Stinger® Reference - Alcatel

Stinger®
Reference
Part Number: 363-217-007R9.10.0
For software version 9.10.0
October 2006
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Contents
Customer Service ........................................................................................................iii
About This Reference ........................................................................vii
What is in this reference ............................................................................................vii
What you should know..............................................................................................vii
Documentation conventions ......................................................................................vii
Stinger documentation set ........................................................................................viii
Chapter 1
Stinger Command Reference ...........................................................1-1
A............................................................................................................................... 1-3
B ............................................................................................................................. 1-29
C ............................................................................................................................. 1-30
D............................................................................................................................. 1-37
E ............................................................................................................................. 1-50
F ............................................................................................................................ 1-53
G............................................................................................................................. 1-66
H............................................................................................................................. 1-82
I .............................................................................................................................. 1-86
L ........................................................................................................................... 1-103
M .......................................................................................................................... 1-121
N........................................................................................................................... 1-124
O........................................................................................................................... 1-135
P ........................................................................................................................... 1-158
Q........................................................................................................................... 1-182
R ........................................................................................................................... 1-182
S ........................................................................................................................... 1-192
T ........................................................................................................................... 1-217
U........................................................................................................................... 1-225
V ........................................................................................................................... 1-230
W.......................................................................................................................... 1-234
Chapter 2
Stinger Profile Reference..................................................................2-1
A............................................................................................................................... 2-2
B ............................................................................................................................. 2-19
C ............................................................................................................................. 2-24
D............................................................................................................................. 2-34
E ............................................................................................................................. 2-40
F ............................................................................................................................. 2-45
G............................................................................................................................. 2-51
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H............................................................................................................................. 2-53
I .............................................................................................................................. 2-55
L ............................................................................................................................. 2-69
M ............................................................................................................................ 2-80
N............................................................................................................................. 2-85
O............................................................................................................................. 2-88
P ............................................................................................................................. 2-94
Q........................................................................................................................... 2-108
R ........................................................................................................................... 2-110
S ........................................................................................................................... 2-115
T ........................................................................................................................... 2-128
U........................................................................................................................... 2-140
V ........................................................................................................................... 2-142
W.......................................................................................................................... 2-146
X ........................................................................................................................... 2-147
Chapter 3
Stinger Parameter Reference ...........................................................3-1
Numeric.................................................................................................................... 3-2
A............................................................................................................................... 3-4
B ............................................................................................................................. 3-74
C ............................................................................................................................. 3-89
D........................................................................................................................... 3-129
E ........................................................................................................................... 3-163
F ........................................................................................................................... 3-180
G........................................................................................................................... 3-203
H........................................................................................................................... 3-212
I ............................................................................................................................ 3-224
j ............................................................................................................................ 3-257
K........................................................................................................................... 3-257
L ........................................................................................................................... 3-258
M .......................................................................................................................... 3-289
N........................................................................................................................... 3-329
O........................................................................................................................... 3-355
P ........................................................................................................................... 3-369
Q........................................................................................................................... 3-405
R ........................................................................................................................... 3-409
S ........................................................................................................................... 3-441
T ........................................................................................................................... 3-506
U........................................................................................................................... 3-547
V ........................................................................................................................... 3-561
W.......................................................................................................................... 3-574
X ........................................................................................................................... 3-579
Y ........................................................................................................................... 3-579
Chapter 4
Progress and Disconnect Codes .......................................................4-1
Progress codes .......................................................................................................... 4-1
Disconnect codes ...................................................................................................... 4-3
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About This Reference
What is in this reference
This manual provides an alphabetic reference to all the Stinger profiles, parameters,
and commands, and details the settings and options you can specify.
Note This manual describes the full set of features for Stinger units running the
current True AccessTM Operating System (TAOS) software version. Some features
might not be available with earlier versions or specialty loads of the software.
!
Warning Before installing your Stinger unit, be sure to read the safety instructions
in the Edge Access and Broadband Access Safety and Compliance Guide. For information
specific to your unit, see the “Safety-Related Electrical, Physical, and Environmental
Information” appendix in the Getting Started Guide for your Stinger unit.
What you should know
This reference is intended for the person who configures and maintains a Stinger
unit. To use it effectively, you must have a basic understanding of Stinger security
and configuration and be familiar with authentication servers and networking
concepts.
Documentation conventions
Following are the special characters and typographical conventions used in this
manual:
Convention
Meaning
Monospace text
Represents text that appears on your computer’s screen, or that
can appear on your computer’s screen.
Boldface
monospace text
Represents characters that you enter exactly as shown (unless the
characters are also in italics—see Italics, following). If you can
enter the characters but are not specifically instructed to, they do
not appear in boldface.
Italics
Represent variable information. Do not enter the words
themselves in the command. Enter the information they
represent. In ordinary text, italics are used for titles of
publications, for some terms that would otherwise be in
quotation marks, and to show emphasis.
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Stinger documentation set
Convention
Meaning
[ ]
Indicate an optional argument you might add to a command. To
include such an argument, type only the information inside the
brackets. Do not type the brackets unless they appear in boldface.
|
Separates command choices that are mutually exclusive.
>
Separates levels of profiles, subprofiles, and parameters in a
hierarchical menu when the path to a menu item is referred to in
text.
:
Separates levels of profiles, subprofiles, and parameters in a
pathname displayed in the command-line interface or referred to
in text.
Key1+Key2
Represents a combination keystroke. To enter a combination
keystroke, press the first key and hold it down while you press
one or more other keys. Release all the keys at the same time.
(For example, Ctrl+H means hold down the Control key and
press the H key.)
Press Enter
Means press the Enter, or Return, key or its equivalent on your
computer.
Note:
Introduces important additional information.
!
Caution:
!
Warning:
Warns that a failure to follow the recommended procedure can
result in loss of data or damage to equipment.
Warns that a failure to take appropriate safety precautions can
result in physical injury.
Stinger documentation set
The Stinger documentation set consists of the following manuals, which can be found
at http://www.lucent.com/support and http://www.lucentdocs.com/ins.
Read me first:
–
Edge Access and Broadband Access Safety and Compliance Guide. Contains
important safety instructions and country-specific information that you must
read before installing a Stinger unit.
–
TAOS Command-Line Interface Guide. Introduces the TAOS command-line
environment and shows you how to use the command-line interface
effectively. This guide describes keyboard shortcuts and introduces
commands, security levels, profile structure, and parameter types.
Installation and basic configuration:
–
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Getting Started Guide for your Stinger platform. Shows how to install your
Stinger chassis and hardware. This guide also shows you how to use the
command-line interface to configure and verify IP access and basic access
security on the unit, and how to configure Stinger control module
redundancy on units that support it.
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Stinger documentation set
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Module guides. For each Stinger line interface module (LIM), trunk module,
or other type of module, an individual guide describes the module's features
and provides instructions for configuring the module and verifying its status.
Configuration:
–
Stinger ATM Configuration Guide. Describes how to integrate the Stinger unit
into the ATM and Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) access infrastructure. The
guide explains how to configure PVCs, and shows how to use standard ATM
features such as quality of service (QoS), connection admission control
(CAC), and subtending.
–
Stinger IP Control Module Configuration Guide. For Stinger systems with an IP
control module (IP2000 or IP2100), this guide describes how to integrate the
system into the IP infrastructure. Topics include IP-routed switch-through
ATM PVCs and RFC 2684 PVCs, IEEE 802.1Q VLAN, and forwarding
multicast video transmissions on DSL interfaces.
–
Stinger Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) Supplement. For the optional
PNNI software, this guide provides quick-start instructions for configuring
PNNI and soft PVCs (SPVCs), and describes the related profiles and
commands.
–
Stinger SNMP Management of the ATM Stack Supplement. Describes SNMP
management of ATM ports, interfaces, and connections on a Stinger unit to
provide guidelines for configuring and managing ATM circuits through any
SNMP management utility.
–
Stinger T1000 Module Routing and Tunneling Supplement. For the optional T1000
module, this guide describes how to configure the Layer 3 routing and virtual
private network (VPN) capabilities.
RADIUS: TAOS RADIUS Guide and Reference. Describes how to set up a unit to use
the Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) server, and contains a
complete reference to RADIUS attributes.
Administration and troubleshooting: Stinger Administration Guide. Describes
how to administer the Stinger unit and manage its operations. Each chapter
focuses on a particular aspect of Stinger administration and operations. The
chapters describe tools for system management, network management, and
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management.
Reference:
Stinger® Reference
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Stinger Reference (this manual). An alphabetic reference to Stinger profiles,
parameters, and commands.
–
TAOS Glossary. Defines terms used in documentation for Stinger units.
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A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-29
C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-30
D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-37
E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-50
G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-66
H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-82
I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-86
L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-103
M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-121
N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-124
O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-135
P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-158
Q. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-182
R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-182
S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-192
T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-217
U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-225
V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-230
W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-234
The information contained here is designed for quick reference. All commands are
listed alphabetically.
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?
?
Description Displays a list of all available commands, or help text about a specific
command. A list of all available commands also shows the permission level required
for the use of each command.
Permission level user
Usage ? [-a ] | [command-name]
Command element
Description
–a
List all commands. (Without this option, the list includes
only commands authorized by the current user profile.)
command-name
Display information about the specified command.
Example To display a list of commands authorized for your current login:
admin> ?
?
( user )
alarm
( system )
arptable
( system )
atmInternalLines
( system )
atmsig
( system )
atmtrunkreset
( diagnostic )
AtmTrunks
( system )
atmvccstat
( system )
atmvcl
( system )
atmvcx
( system )
atmvpl
( system )
atmvpx
( system )
auth
( user )
briChannels
( system )
cat
( system )
clear
( user )
cleval
( system )
clock-source
( diagnostic )
[More? <ret>=next entry, <sp>=next page, <^C>=abort]
To display help text about a command:
admin> ? dir
dir
list all profile types
dir profile-type
list all profiles of the specified type
dir profile-type profile-index list the specified profile instance
Dependencies The current security level is set by the current user profile and
determines which commands are displayed in response to the ? command. If the
current user profile does not have sufficient privileges to execute a command, that
command is not displayed unless you include the -a option. By default, commands
that go with the current user security level are always displayed. For details, see
“auth” on page 1-28.
See Also
1-2
help, auth
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A
A
adslmibdisplay
Description Display ADSL statistics stored in MIB variables.
Permission level system
Usage adslmibdisplay option port interval-offset
Command element
Description
option
Action that the system takes. Specify one of the following
values:
t—Display control module time.
a—Display physical entry.
b—Display channel entry.
c—Display performance data interval totals.
d—Display channel performance interval totals.
p—Display performance data entry.
q—Display channel performance entry.
i—Display performance data interval. You must also
specify an interval-offset value.
j—Display channel performance interval. You must
also specify an interval-offset value.
m—Display monitor parameters.
z—Display various variables.
f—Display initialization failure information.
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adslmibdisplay
k—Display performance data for port and interval
offset. Interval offset has a range from 0 through 7.
l—Display channel performance data for port and
interval offset. Interval offset has a range from 0
through 7.
n—Clear all performance data counters and flags for
the specified port.
o—Clear all performance data counters and flags for all
ports on this slot.
s—Simulate end-of-day by setting the number of
elapsed 15-minute intervals to 95 and the number of
elapsed seconds in the current interval to 890. This
command disables the synchronization of elapsed
seconds count to the controller clock until you enter
the adslmib w command.
v—Simulate end-of-interval by setting number of
elapsed seconds in current interval to 890. This
command disables the synchronization of
elapsed-second count to the controller clock until you
enter the adslmib w command.
w—Synchronize elapsed seconds in the current interval
back to the controller clock.
port
ADSL port number. You must always specify a port
number.
interval-offset
Offset from the current 15-minute interval, backwards in
time. You must specify an interval-offset value when you
use the i and j options. Valid values are from 1 through
96. A value of 1 specifies the last valid complete
15-minute interval. An interval-offset of 2 specifies the
next to last, and forth. A value of 0 specifies the current
15-minute interval and returns an error message because
this interval has not completed.
Example Displaying the current time
The adslmibdisplay t port command displays the current time retrieved from the
active control module. For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay t 1
Date: 06/04/2004
Time: 21:06:56
Example Displaying ADSL physical entries
The adslmibdisplay a port command displays basic ATU-C and ATU-R information.
For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay a 1
<<< ATU-C Physical Entry >>>
SerialNum: STGR-LIM-GSA-72
VendorID: 000000000000000A
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adslmibdisplay
Version:
Noise Margin:
Power Attenuation:
Status:
Tx Power:
Attainable Rate:
GO-C.12.3.2
130
20
1
80
21604000
<<< ATU-R Physical Entry >>>
SerialNum:
VendorID: FFB54753504E0007
Version:
Noise Margin: 50
Power Attenuation: 50
Status: 1
Tx Power: 0
Attainable Rate: 1164000
Example Displaying channel entries
The adslmibdisplay b port command displays ATU-C and ATU-R train-up data. For
example:
admin> adslmibdisplay b 1
<<< ATU-C Channel Entry >>>
InterleaveDelay: 16
CurrTxRate: 20297000
PrevTxRate: 0
CrcBlkLength: 43131
<<< ATU-R Channel Entry >>>
InterleaveDelay: 16
CurrTxRate: 1018300
PrevTxRate: 0
CrcBlkLength: 2163
Example Displaying interval statistics for disruption of service events
For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay c 1
Lofs: 0
Loss:
Lols:
Lprs:
ESs:
Inits:
Num of Valid Intervals:
0
0
0
0
1
13
Example Displaying interval totals for ADSL block counts
The adslmibdisplay d port command displays ADSL block statistics. For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay d 1
RxBlks:
TxBlks:
CorrBlks:
UncorrBlks:
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adslmibdisplay
Num of Valid Intervals: 13
Example Displaying disruption of service statistics
The adslmibdisplay p port command displays disruption of service statistics for the
current 15-minute interval, current one-day interval, and previous one-day interval.
For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay p 1
<<< ATU-C Performance Data
Lofs:
Loss:
Lols:
Lprs:
ESs:
Inits:
ValidIntervals:
InvalidIntervals:
Curr15MinTimeElapsed:
Curr15MinLofs:
Curr15MinLoss:
Curr15MinLols:
Curr15MinLprs:
Curr15MinESs:
Curr15MinInits:
Curr1DayTimeElapsed:
Curr1DayLofs:
Curr1DayLoss:
Curr1DayLols:
Curr1DayLprs:
Curr1DayESs:
Curr1DayInits:
Prev1DayMoniSecs:
Prev1DayLofs:
Prev1DayLoss:
Prev1DayLols:
Prev1DayLprs:
Prev1DayESs:
Prev1DayInits:
Entry >>>
0
0
0
0
0
1
13
0
897 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0
12597 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
1
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0
<<< ATU-R Performance Data Entry >>>
Lofs: 0
Loss: 0
Lols: 0
Lprs: 0
ESs: 0
Inits: 0
ValidIntervals: 13
InvalidIntervals: 0
Curr15MinTimeElapsed: 897 sec
Curr15MinLofs: 0 sec
Curr15MinLoss: 0 sec
Curr15MinLols: 0 sec
Curr15MinLprs: 0 sec
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adslmibdisplay
Curr15MinESs:
Curr15MinInits:
Curr1DayTimeElapsed:
Curr1DayLofs:
Curr1DayLoss:
Curr1DayLols:
Curr1DayLprs:
Curr1DayESs:
Curr1DayInits:
Prev1DayMoniSecs:
Prev1DayLofs:
Prev1DayLoss:
Prev1DayLols:
Prev1DayLprs:
Prev1DayESs:
Prev1DayInits:
0 sec
0
12597 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0 sec
0
Example Displaying ADSL block counts
The adslmibdisplay q port command displays ADSL block counts for the current
15-minute interval, current one-day interval, and previous one-day interval. For
example:
admin> adslmibdisplay q 1
<<< ATU-C Channel Performance Data Entry >>>
RxBlks: 675786
TxBlks: 698694
CorrBlks: 60
UcorBlks: 0
ValidIntervals: 14
InvalidIntervals: 0
Curr15MinTimeElapsed: 154
Curr15MinRxBlks: 7729
Curr15MinTxBlks: 7991
Curr15MinCorrBlks: 0
Curr15MinUcorBlks: 0
Curr1DayTimeElapsed: 12754
Curr1DayRxBlks: 675786
Curr1DayTxBlks: 698694
Curr1DayCorrBlks: 60
Curr1DayUcorBlks: 0
Prev1DayMoniSecs: 0
Prev1DayRxBlks: 0
Prev1DayTxBlks: 0
Prev1DayCorrBlks: 0
Prev1DayUcorBlks: 0
<<< ATU-R Channel Performance Data Entry >>>
RxBlks: 698694
TxBlks: 675786
CorrBlks: 869
UcorBlks: 0
ValidIntervals: 14
InvalidIntervals: 0
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adslmibdisplay
Curr15MinTimeElapsed:
Curr15MinRxBlks:
Curr15MinTxBlks:
Curr15MinCorrBlks:
Curr15MinUcorBlks:
Curr1DayTimeElapsed:
Curr1DayRxBlks:
Curr1DayTxBlks:
Curr1DayCorrBlks:
Curr1DayUcorBlks:
Prev1DayMoniSecs:
Prev1DayRxBlks:
Prev1DayTxBlks:
Prev1DayCorrBlks:
Prev1DayUcorBlks:
154
7991
7729
11
0
12754
698694
675786
1015
0
0
0
0
0
0
Example Displaying performance data interval
The adslmibdisplay i port interval-offset command displays disruption of service
statistics for the specified 15 minute interval. For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay i 1 1
<<< ATU-C Interval Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 13
Lofs: 0 sec
Loss: 0 sec
Lols: 0 sec
Lprs: 0 sec
ESs: 0 sec
Inits: 0
ValidData: 1
<<< ATU-R Interval Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 13
Lofs: 0 sec
Loss: 0 sec
Lols: 0 sec
Lprs: 0 sec
ESs: 0 sec
Inits: 0
ValidData: 1
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adslmibdisplay
admin> adslmibdisplay i 1 2
<<< ATU-C Interval Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 12
Lofs: 0 sec
Loss: 0 sec
Lols: 0 sec
Lprs: 0 sec
ESs: 0 sec
Inits: 0
ValidData: 1
<<< ATU-R Interval Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 12
Lofs: 0 sec
Loss: 0 sec
Lols: 0 sec
Lprs: 0 sec
ESs: 0 sec
Inits: 0
ValidData: 1
Example Displaying channel performance intervals
The adslmibdisplay j port interval-offset command displays channel
performance (ADSL block statistics) for the specified interval.
For example, the following command shows ADSL block statistics for the last
completed 15-minute interval:
admin> adslmibdisplay j 1 1
<<< ATU-C Interval Channel Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 14
recvBlks: 49560
txBlks: 51240
corrBlks: 3
uncorrBlks: 0
ValidData: 1
<<< ATU-R Interval Channel Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 14
recvBlks: 51240
txBlks: 49560
corrBlks: 63
uncorrBlks: 0
ValidData: 1
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adslmibdisplay
The following sample command shows ADSL block statistics for the second to last
completed 15-minute interval:
admin> adslmibdisplay j 1 2
<<< ATU-C Interval Channel Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 13
recvBlks: 50445
txBlks: 52155
corrBlks: 3
uncorrBlks: 0
ValidData: 1
<<< ATU-R Interval Channel Performance Data Entry >>>
Number: 13
recvBlks: 52155
txBlks: 50445
corrBlks: 58
uncorrBlks: 0
ValidData: 1
Example Displaying monitor parameters
The adslmibdisplay m port command displays statistics about the number of
disruption of service traps sent. For example:
admin> adslmibdisplay m 1
Monitor Seconds:
Enable Old Status:
Enable Current Status:
Lofs Trap Sent:
Loss Trap Sent:
Lprs Trap Sent:
Lols Trap Sent:
ESs Trap Sent:
Rate Changed Trap Sent:
Init Fail Trap Sent:
13233
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Example Displaying time and interval information
The adslmibdisplay z port command displays time and interval information. For
example:
admin> adslmibdisplay z 1
Interval Elapsed Second:
Elapsed Interval Count:
Elapsed Second In A Day:
Adjusted One Second:
305
15
13805
1000
Example Displaying initialization failure statistics
The adslmibdisplay f port command displays initialization failure counts:
admin> adslmibdisplay f 1
Data Init Fail:
Config Init Fail:
Protocol Init Fail:
No Peer Seconds:
1-10
0
0
0
0
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agerefpga
agerefpga
Description Manages Agere NP5 FPGAs.
Permission level system
Usage agerefpga [-d | -r | -s | -c |] [m | p ]
Command element
Description
-d
Download images for NP FPGAs to flash.
-r
Restart FPGAs.
-s
Display statistics and status.
( m - MPUBM; p - PSB;)
-c
Clear statistics.
( m - MPUBM; p - PSB;)
Example To display the dumping status and statistics for PSB:
admin> agerefpga -s
Dumping status and statistics for
PSB:
---FPGA Pump Status:0x31
PSB ident 0x9 (0x9)
PSB Version 0x20
ESOP count=1210978
EEOP count=1210978
EERR count=0
ISOP count=1070461
IEOP count=1070461
IERR count=0
EINT=0x0
EINT_MSK=0x0
IINT=0x0
IINT_MSK=0x0
HITHRESH=0x60
LOTHRESH=0x20
DCM_STATUS=0xf
DCM_RESET=0x0
GCTRL=0xf
TPA_CTRL=0x1
agsh
Description Displays the queue ID and traffic shaping parameters on the IP2100
module.
Permission level debug
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alarm
Usage Use the agsh npTTPS command to display traffic shaping parameters on
the CM NP
Example
super> agsh npTTPS -i 0 275
parameter byte: 00:01:02:03:04:05:06:07:08:09:10:11:12:13:14:15:
Qid 275 TM addr 006037d0: 06:07:00:c8:00:c8:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
TS addr 004037d0: 00:00:00:91:21:45:03:be:00:92:01:00:00:00:00:00
alarm
Description Enables users to acknowledge, show, and clear alarms.
Permission level system
Usage alarm [ -a | -c | -s | -l] address
Command element
Description
-a
Acknowledge alarms.
-c
Clear alarms.
-s
Show alarms. Lists the alarms, the address of the device
that has the alarm condition, and the status of the alarm.
-l
List all alarms that are enabled.
address
Location of the alarm, in [ shelf slot item ] format. If
address is unspecified, then the action is for all alarms on
the unit. Default values are used for unspecified items
Example To show all alarms, use the -s option.:
admin> alarm -s
Type
Secondary CM Down
Line Down
Line Down
Line Down
Line Down
Address
State
-- -- -Active
{ 1 17 1 }
Active
{ 1 17 2 }
Active
{ 1 18 1 }
Active
{ 1 18 2 }
Active
Example To list all enabled alarms, use the -l option:
super> alarm -l
Name
lalit
satish
success
test1
test2
Address
{ 0 0
{ 0 0
{ 1 1
{ 1 2
{ 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
}
}
}
}
}
Event
Input Relay Open
Primary Switchover
Slot State Change
Line State Change
Fan Failure
See Also alarm-stat (profile), alarm-state
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apsmgr
apsmgr
Description Provides manual controls for protection groups, and displays names,
numbers, and modes of the protection groups active in automatic protection
switching (APS).
Permission level debug
Usage apsmgr [-a][-c command
[low-direction]] [-h]
aps-cfg-name
[channel]
Command element
Description
-a
List all protection groups.
-c
Enter a manual switch command.
-h
Display help text for this command.
command
Specify one of the following:
lop—(Lockout of protection). Prevents a working
channel from being switched to the protection
channel.
low—(Lockout of working). Prevents a protection
channel from being switched to the working channel.
Similar to the lop command, but for the working
channel.
clow—(Clear lockout of working). Clears the low
command for the assigned line.
fsw—(Forced switch of working to protection).
Switches traffic currently on the working channel to
the protection channel.
fsp—(Force switch of protection to working).
Switches the switched traffic from the protection
channel back to the working channel.
msw—(Manual switch of protection to working). A
low-priority version of the fsw command.
msp—(Manual switch of working to Protection). A
low-priority version of the fsp command.
exer—(EXERcise). Tests the signaling protocol.
clear—Clears the following commands: lop, fsw, fsp,
msw, msp, exer.
aps-cfg-name
Specifies the name of the aps-config profile—for example,
pg1.
channel
Specifies the channel that the command addresses—for
example, 1:17:1.
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arptable
Command element
Description
low-direction
Specifies the direction of the working channel to be locked
out by the low command. Valid values are
low-none—The working channel is not locked out.
low-recv—The working channel is locked out in the
receive direction only.
low-send—The working channel is locked out in the
send direction only.
low-both—The working channel is locked out in both
the send and receive directions.
Example The following example uses the -a option to display all protected groups:
admin> apsmgr -a
Name
pg1
PG
255
Work
0:0:0
Prot
1:18:2
RMode
Rever
DMode
Uni
State
Up
Field
Description
Name
Specifies the name of the protection group, and of the
aps-config profile.
PG
Specifies the number of the protection group.
Work
Specifies the address of the working channel.
Prot
Specifies the address of the protection (backup) channel.
RMode
Specifies whether channel operation is revertive (Rever) or
nonrevertive (Non-Rev).
DMode
Specifies whether channel directional mode is unidirectional
(uni) or bidirectional (bid).
State
Up indicates the protection group is activated and has a valid
protection group index; otherwise, Down is displayed.
The following example uses the -c option with the clear command:
admin> apsmgr -c clear pg1 1:18:2 none
arptable
Description Displays or modifies the Stinger Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
table. Each entry in the ARP table associates a known IP address with a physical
address. For remote IP addresses, the Stinger unit can use the ARP table to respond
with its own media access control (MAC) address to ARP requests.
Permission level system
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arptable
Usage
arptable [-a IP_address MAC_address]|[-d IP_address]|[-f]
Command element
Description
-a
Add an ARP table entry for the device with the
specified hostname and MAC address.
IP address
MAC_address
-d IP address
Delete the ARP table entry for the device at the
specified hostname.
-f
Clear the ARP table.
Example To display the ARP table:
admin> arptable
IP Address
10.103.0.2
10.103.0.220
10.103.0.1
10.103.0.8
10.103.0.7
10.103.0.49
MAC Address
00:C0:7B:7A:AC:54
00:C0:7B:71:83:02
08:00:20:7B:24:27
00:00:0C:05:B3:A2
00:00:0C:76:58:4E
00:C0:80:89:19:95
Type
DYN
DYN
DYN
DYN
DYN
DYN
IF
0
0
0
0
0
0
Retries/Pkts/RefCnt
0/0/552
0/0/2791
0/0/4296
0/0/6493
0/0/6572
0/0/397
Timestamp
22760
22760
22811
23058
23233
23208
The ARP table displays the following information:
Field
Description
IP Address
Address contained in ARP requests.
MAC Address
MAC address of the host.
Type
How the address is learned, dynamically (DYN) or by
specification of a static route (STAT).
IF
Interface on which the Stinger unit receives the ARP request.
Retries
Number of retries needed to refresh the entry after it times
out.
Pkts
Number of packets sent out to refresh the entry after it times
out.
RefCnt
Number of times the Stinger unit consults the entry.
Time Stamp
Number of seconds since the system has started up. The
Stinger unit updates this field every time an ARP entry is
refreshed.
Example To add an ARP table entry for a device with the physical address
00A024A61535 at IP address 10.9.8.20:
admin> arptable -a 10.9.8.20 00A024A61535
See Also nslookup
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atmconnectionfailures
atmconnectionfailures
Description atmConnectionFailures is a a system command for displaying
information about asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) connection failures.
Permission level system
Usage atmConnectionFailures
Example
admin> atmConnectionFailures
Profile
Reason
4-2-17-1
NG/VPI/VCI 152/0/35 or 801/202/36 is not valid for VCC
4-3-17-1
NG/VPI 153/0 or 801/203 is not valid for VCC
atminternallines
Description Displays statistics for the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) internal
lines.
Permission level system
Usage atminternallines -[ a | d | f | u ]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all lines.
-d
Show disabled lines.
-f
Show all free lines.
-u
Show in-use lines.
Example To display statistics for all ATM lines:
admin> atminternallines -a
All ATM Internal lines:
{
1 17
2 }
(dvOp
dvUpSt
dvRq
sAdm
nailg)
(Up
Idle
UP
UP
00802)
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following
information:
Field
Description
dvOp
The current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
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atmqos
Field
Description
dvUpSt
The status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Active indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
The required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal mode.
sAdm
The desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the down state.
Up specifies that the line should start up in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line to
the desired state. It indicates that an operation has been initiated to
change the Stinger unit to the state desired.
nailg
The dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
See Also atmqos, atm-if-config (profile), atm-internal (profile),
atm-options
atmqos
Description Displays quality of service (QoS) statistics on Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) connections.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage atmqos -[a|c|d] qos-name
Syntax Element
Description
Show QoS statistics on all ATM connections.
-a
-c
qos-name
Show all connections that use the specified atm-qos profile
(the QoS Name in the atmqos -a output).
-d
qos-name
Display QOS statistics for the specified atm-qos profile (the
QoS Name in the atmqos -a output) only.
Example To display QoS statistics on all ATM connections:
admin> atmqos -a
Td Index
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QoS Name
Category
PCR (Cells SCR (Cells MCR (Cells
Per Second) Per Second) Per Second)
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atmsig
1
default
UBR
0
-
-
2
default-ctl
NRT_VBR
75
75
-
3
default-rcc
NRT_VBR
905
452
-
4
default-ilmi
NRT_VBR
37
37
-
5
pseudo-abr-sig
ABR
471
-
235
Label
Description
Td Index
Traffic descriptor index.
QoS Name
Name assigned to the atm-qos profile.
Category
Quality of service (QoS).
PCR
Peak cell rate in number of cells per second.
SCR
Sustainable cell rate in number of cells per second.
MCR
Minimum cell rate in number of cells per second.
Example Examples using the -c and -d options follow:
admin> atmqos -c atmqos416
vc-11-1-0-35
Total Number Of Connections : 1
admin> atmqos -d atmqos416
Traffic Descriptor
: 416
Traffic Type
: NO_CLP_SCR
PCR(Cells Per Second) : 1000
SCR
: 1000
MBS
: 5
QOS Class
: 0
ATM Service Category : RT_VBR
See Also atminternallines, atmtrunks, atmvccstat,imagroups, imalines
atmsig
Description Displays signaling statistics for an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
connection.
Permission level system
Usage atmsig [[-i interface]|[-c interface]|-p| shelf slot port]]
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Command element
Description
-i interface
Show ATM signaling statistics by interface.
-p shelf slot port
Show ATM signaling statistics by shelf, slot
and port.
-c interface
Clear ATM signaling statistics by interface.
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atmtrunkmgr
Example To display ATM signaling statistics for interface 11:
admin> atmsig -i 11
Physical Address = { 1 17 1 }
Interface = 11
SSCOP Connections Events = 0
SSCOP Errored PDUs = 0
Received Call Setup Attempts = 0
Transmitted Call Setup Attempts = 7
Received Unavailable Routes = 0
Transmitted Unavailable Routes = 0
Received Unavailable Resources = 0
Transmitted Unavailable Resources = 0
Received Called Party Rejects = 0
Transmitted Called Party Rejects = 0
Received Msg Errors = 0
Transmitted Msg Errors = 0
See Also atmtrunks, atmvccstat
atmtrunkmgr
Description Indicates the status of connections for Asynchronous Transfer Mode
(ATM) trunk modules and their connections.
Permission level
system
Example atmtrunkmgr [-t |-g connection-profile-name nailed-group ]
Command element
Description
Toggle debug level from 0 through 4. Each entry of the
atmtrunkmgr -t command adds 1 to the debug level. After
level 4 is reached, the level is reset to 0.
-g connection-profile Display status of dedicated (nailed) groups. If the code is 1,
nailed-group
there is an active nailed group to connect to. If the
interface is not operational, the return code is 0 (zero).
-t
Example The following example commands switch debug levels from 1 to 2:
admin> atmtrunkmgr -t
current atmtrunkmgr debug level =
1
admin> atmtrunkmgr -t
current atmtrunkmgr debug level =
2
Example The following example queries a connection named ckt with nailed group
801:
admin> atmtrunkmgr -g ckt 801
return from atmTrunkDevGetChansByNGAndProf chan= 1.
See Also atmtrunkreset, atmtrunks, atmvcl, atmvcx, atmvpl
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atmtrunkreset
atmtrunkreset
Description Resets the unit’s trunk modules.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage atmtrunkreset [-17|-18]
Command element
Description
No options
Display the options for this command.
-17
Reset trunk module 1.
-18
Reset trunk module 2.
See Also atmtrunks
atmtrunks
Description Indicates the status of the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) trunk
modules on a Stinger unit.
Permission level system
Usage atmtrunks [ -a | -c [slot [port]] | -d | -f | -s | -u ]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all ATM trunks.
-c [slot [port]]
Reset trunk statistics for OC3-ATM and DS3-ATM trunk
modules.
When you use the slot option, the unit resets trunk
statistics for the specified slot.
When you use the port option with the slot option,
the unit resets trunk statistics for the specified port.
When you do not use any options, the unit resets
trunk statistics for all OC3-ATM and DS3-ATM
trunk modules.
-d
Show disabled trunks.
-f
Show all free trunks.
-s
Show trunk port redundancy operations.
-u
Show in-use trunks.
Example To display the status of all ATM trunk modules:
admin> atmtrunks -a
All OC3 ATM trunks:
OC3 Lines
m(dvOp
Line
{
1 17 1 } (Down
1-20
dvUpSt
Idle
dvRq
UP
sAdm
UP
nailg)
00801)
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atmvccstat
Line
{
1 17 2 } (Up
All DS3 ATM trunks:
DS3 Lines(
dvOp
Line
{
1 18 1 } (Up
Line
{
1 18 2 } (Down
All E3 ATM trunks:
E3 Lines
(dvOp
Idle
UP
UP
00802)
dvUpSt
Idle
Idle
dvRq
UP
UP
sAdm
UP
UP
nailg)
00851)
00852)
dvUpSt
dvRq
sAdm
nailg)
Example To clear trunk statistics for all trunks:
admin> atmtrunks -c
Clearing ATM Trunk Statistics for All Trunks
Example To clear trunk statistics for a specific slot:
admin> atmtrunks -c 17
Clearing ATM Trunk Statistics for Slot 17
Example To clear statistics for a specific port on a trunk module:
admin> atmtrunks -c 17 1
Clearing ATM Trunk Statistics for Slot 17 port 1
See Also atmtrunkmgr, atmvccstat
atmvccstat
Description Displays the ATMVCC status window, which shows active
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) virtual channel connections (VCCs) in the
following format:
slot/port/virtual path identifier (VPI)/virtual channel identifier (VCI)
The command also displays the receive (Rx) and transmit (Tx) cell counts for ATM
VCCs.
Permission level system
Usage atmvccstat
Example To display the ATMVCC status window:
admin> atmvccstat
2 Connections
x Status
0002 17-1-48
x Serial number: 10048257
0001 17-1-47
Version: 9.7.3
x
x Rx Pkt:
16906
x Tx Pkt:
4488
x
Col:
5
x
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atmvcl
06/14/2005
02:49:15 Up: 0
days,
sh/ sl/ if/
vpi/vci
Rx
Tx
17/ 1/ 48/
0
/65
401
117
17/ 1/ 47/
0
/67
54
32
00:39:00
See Also atmtrunks, atmvcx
atmvcl
Description Displays Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) virtual channel links
(VCLs).
Permission level
system
Usage atmvcl [ -c | -a | -sh shelf | -s shelf slot | -p shelf slot port |
-t shelf slot port | -x shelf slot port | -d shelf slot port vpi vci]
Command element
Description
-c
Show a count of the different types of calls. The
system displays the number of terminating
permanent virtual circuits (PVCs), PVC segments
without cross-connections (created by SNMP), and
PVC segments with cross-connections in a Stinger
unit.
This option can be used with the -a (default), -s, or
-p options.
-a
Show all ATM VCLs.
-sh shelf
Show ATM VCLs by shelf.
-s shelf slot
Show ATM VCLs by slot.
-p shelf slot port
Show ATM VCLs by slot and port.
-t shelf slot port
Show terminating ATM VCLs by slot and port.
-x shelf slot port
Show cross-connect ATM VCLs by slot and port.
-d shelf slot port vpi vci Show detailed ATM VCL info.
|grep
Searches for the value argument. See the grep
command.
argument
Example To show a count of different types of calls:
admin> atmvcl -c
Totals:
PVC XConnect
PVC Terminate
PVC Legs Only
SVC In
SVC Out
SPVC Initiator
1-22
Up
1576
152
0
591
399
192
Down
768
48
4
0
0
0
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atmvcl
SPVC Target
Invalid
384
0
0
Example To show all VCLs:
admin> atmvcl -a
Intf Shelf Slot Port
Vpi
11
1
17
1
0
11
1
17
1
0
11
1
17
1
0
11
1
17
1
0
11
1
17
1
0
11
1
17
1
0
61
1
1
1
0
62
1
1
2
0
63
1
1
3
0
311
2
1
1
0
318
2
1
8
0
319
2
1
9
0
Totals:
PVC XConnect
PVC Terminate
PVC Legs Only
SVC In
SVC Out
SPVC Initiator
SPVC Target
Invalid
Up
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Vci
900
902
999
1000
1001
1002
35
35
35
35
35
35
XConnID
3
2
6
1
4
5
6
4
5
1
2
3
Kind
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
pvc
OStatus
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
Kind
pvc
pvc
OStatus
up
up
Down
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Example To show all VCLs on remote shelf 2:
admin> atmvcl -sh 2
Intf Shelf Slot Port
311
2
1
1
318
2
1
8
...
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Vpi
0
0
Vci
35
35
XConnID
1
2
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atmvcl
Example To show the VCLs on slot 1 of remote shelf 2:
admin> atmvcl -s 2 1
Intf Shelf Slot Port
311
2
1
1
318
2
1
8
319
2
1
9
...
Vpi
0
0
0
Vci
35
35
35
XConnID
1
2
3
Kind
pvc
pvc
pvc
OStatus
up
up
up
Example To show the VCLs in VPI 0 and VCI 35 on port 9 of slot 1 on remote shelf
2:
admin> atmvcl -d 2 1 9
PA = { 2 1 9 }, physIF
Physical Address = { 2
Interface = 319
VCC Endpoint = no
Vpi = 0
Vci = 35
Oper Status = up
Rx Traffic Descr Index
Tx Traffic Descr Index
Conn Kind = pvc
Cast Type = p2p
Cross Connect ID = 3
0 35
= 283, nextIf = 319
1 9 }
= 1
= 1
Example To show only VCLs that include the value 41:
admin> atmvcl -a | grep 41
Intf
116
120
Shelf
2
2
Slot
6
6
Port
1
3
Vpi
0
0
Vci
41
41
XConnID
23
0
Kind
spvcI
pvc
OStatus
up
down
<grep> Found 2 line(s) matching search criteria
Totals:
PVC
SVC In
SVC Out
SPVC Initiator
SPVC Target
Invalid
Up
2
0
13
13
0
0
Down
5
0
0
0
0
See Also atmtrunkreset, atmvcx, atmvpl, atmvpx, grep
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atmvcx
atmvcx
Description Displays Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) virtual channel
cross-connects. A cross-connect receives a cell stream on one interface and transmits
it on another.
Permission level system
Usage atmvcx [-a | -sh shelf | -s shelf slot | -p shelf slot port]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all ATM virtual channel cross-connects.
-sh shelf
Show ATM virtual channel cross-connects by shelf.
-s shelf slot
Show ATM virtual channel cross-connects by slot.
-p shelf slot port
Show ATM virtual channel cross-connects by slot and port.
Example To display information about all virtual channel cross-connects on the
system:
admin> atmvcx -a
Profile
Kind
Permanent VC X-Connects:
13456789-123
pvc
213456789-1234567890
pvc
213456789-1234567891
pvc
SPVC/SVC VC X-Connects:
spvc-init
svc
Intf|Sh |Sl|Port|VPI|VCI| Oper
Low ::
High::
Low ::
High::
Low ::
High::
19
323
19
321
19
322
1
1
1
1
1
1
17
6
17
6
17
6
2
3
2
1
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
52
50
50
51
51
down
down
up
up
up
up
Low :: 19
High:: 321
1
1
17 2
6 1
0
0
55
35
up
up
Field
Indicates
Profile
Name of the profile in which the ATM circuit is configured.
Kind
Call control type.
Intf
ATM interface index.
Sh
Shelf on which a virtual channel link (VCL) of the cross-connect is
established.
Low refers to the ATM interface that has a numerically lower
interface index value than the other ATM interface identified in
the cross-connect.
High refers to the ATM interface with the numerically higher
interface index value.
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atmvpl
Field
Indicates
Sl
Slot on the specified shelf on which a virtual channel link (VCL) of
the cross-connect is established.
Low refers to the ATM interface that has a numerically lower
interface index value than the other ATM interface identified in
the cross-connect.
High refers to the ATM interface with the numerically higher
interface index value.
Port
Port of the specified slot on which a VCL of the cross-connect is
established.
Low refers to the ATM interface that has a numerically lower
interface index value than the other ATM interface identified in
the cross-connect.
High refers to the ATM interface with the numerically higher
interface index value.
VPI
Virtual path identifier (VPI) assigned to the VCL.
VCI
Virtual channel identifier (VCI) assigned to the VCL.
OStatus
Current operational status of the cross-connect.
See Also atmtrunkreset, atmvcl, atmvpl, atmvpx
atmvpl
Description Displays statistics about the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
virtual path links (VPLs).
Permission level system
Usage atmvpl [ -a | -sh shelf | -s shelf slot | -p shelf slot port |
-d shelf slot port vpi]
Command element
Description
-a
-sh shelf
-s shelf slot
-p shelf slot port
-d shelf slot port vpi
Show all ATM VPLs.
Show ATM VPLs by shelf.
Show ATM VPLs by slot.
Show ATM VPLs by slot and port.
Show detailed ATM VPL info.
Example To display all ATM VPLs:
admin>
Intf
15
16
atmvpl
Shelf
1
1
-a
Slot
18
18
Port
1
2
Vpi
10
20
XConnID
1
1
Kind
pvc
pvc
OStatus
up
up
...
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atmvpx
Example To display the ATM VPLs in slot 18:
admin>
Intf
15
16
...
atmvpl
Shelf
1
1
-s 18
Slot
18
18
Port
1
2
Vpi
10
20
XConnID
1
1
Kind
pvc
pvc
OStatus
up
up
Example To display the ATM VPLs in shelf 2, slot 18 for port 1, VPI 20:
admin> atmvpl -d
Physical Address
Interface = 16
Vpi = 20
Oper Status = up
Rx Traffic Descr
Tx Traffic Descr
Conn Kind = pvc
Cast Type = p2p
Cross Connect ID
2 18 1 20
= { 2 18 1 }
Index = 1
Index = 1
= 1
See Also atmvcl, atmvcx, atmvpx
atmvpx
Description Displays Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) virtual path
cross-connects. A cross-connect receives a cell stream on one interface and transmits
it on another.
Usage atmvpx [ -a | -sh shelf | -s shelf slot | -p shelf slot port ]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all ATM virtual path cross-connects.
-sh shelf
Show ATM virtual path cross-connects by shelf.
-s shelf slot
Show ATM virtual path cross-connects by slot.
-p shelf slot port
Show ATM virtual path cross-connects by slot and port.
Example To display all information about virtual path cross-connects on slot 1 on
remote shelf 2:
admin> atmvpx -s 2 1
Profile
pvc-vp-2-1-5
Low
High
Kind Intf/ Sh/Sl/Port/ VPI/Oper Intf/ Sh/Sl/Port/ VPI/Oper
pvc
11
1 17
1
11 down 255
2 1
5
15 down
Field
Indicates
Profile
Name of the profile in which the ATM circuit is
configured.
Kind
Call control type.
Intf
ATM interface index.
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auth
Field
Indicates
Sh
Shelf on which a virtual channel link (VCL) of the
cross-connect is established.
Low refers to the ATM interface that has a
numerically lower interface index value than the
other ATM interface identified in the cross-connect.
High refers to the ATM interface with the numerically
higher interface index value.
Sl
Slot on the specified shelf on which a virtual channel
link (VCL) of the cross-connect is established.
Low refers to the ATM interface that has a
numerically lower interface index value than the
other ATM interface identified in the cross-connect.
High refers to the ATM interface with the
numerically higher interface index value.
Port
Port of the specified slot on which a VCL of the
cross-connect is established.
Low refers to the ATM interface that has a
numerically lower interface index value than the
other ATM interface identified in the cross-connect.
High refers to the ATM interface with the
numerically higher interface index value.
VPI
Virtual path identifier (VPI) assigned to the VCL.
VCI
Virtual channel identifier (VCI) assigned to the VCL.
OStatus
Current operational status of the cross-connect.
See Also atmvcl, atmvcx, atmvpl
auth
Description Authenticates your current login by applying a specified user profile.
Use this command to increase or decrease the permissions of the current login. For
information about permission levels in user profiles, see the description of the user
profile.
Permission level user
Usage auth user-name
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Command element
Description
user-name
Authenticate the specified user profile.
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B
Example To log in as Joe:
admin> auth joe
Password:
If you supply the proper password for the user profile you have specified, the Stinger
unit enables the privileges in that profile and then displays the system prompt again.
The user profile can specify its own system prompt, which is a useful way to indicate
certain permission levels. For example:
admin> auth admin
Password:
If you supply the wrong password at the prompt, the following message appears:
Login incorrect
User:
Enter the username again to display the Password prompt.
See Also whoami, ?
B
brichannels
Description Displays statistics for Basic Rate Interface (BRI) channels.
Permission level
system
Usage briChannels [-a | -d | -c | -i]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all available channels.
-d
Show disabled channels.
-c
Show all possible channels.
-i
Show in-use channels.
Example To display all available BRI channels:
admin> brichannels -a
BRI channels available for use:
(dvOp
dvUpSt
dvRq
sAdm nailg)
See Also idsl-bandwidth
brtbls -r
Description Displays two “router” interfaces for a bridge group on STP-enabled
ports.
Permission level debug
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C
Usage brtbls -r
Example The following command shows two “router” interfaces for a bridge group
on STP-enabled port.
super> brtbls -r 10
IF-NUM PhyAddr
------ ------24 {1 8 3}
23 {1 8 2}
C
caleashow
Description Displays information about all Communications Assistance for Law
Enforcement Act (CALEA) leaf connections and their associated root connections.
Permission level system
Usage caleashow
Example To display information about all CALEA connections:
admin> caleashow
Calea Connection Root Connection This Side
Other Side
---------------- --------------- ------------------------------calea1
root1
{18/1 /0 /67
} {18/1 /0 /68
}
calea2
root1
{18/1 /0 /67
}
Field
Displays
Calea Connection
Name of the CALEA leaf connection profile.
Root Connection
Name of the root connection profile associated with the
CALEA leaf connection.
This Side
Interface, virtual path identifier (VPI), and virtual
channel identifier (VCI) specified in the atm-options
subprofile of the root connection profile. If this field is
empty, the virtual channel connection (VCC) is not
being intercepted by the CALEA connection.
Other Side
Interface, virtual path identifier (VPI), and virtual
channel identifier (VCI) specified in the
atm-connect-options subprofile of the root connection
profile. If this field is empty, the VCC is not being
intercepted by the CALEA connection.
cat
Description Prints a file residing on a PCMCIA flash memory card to the screen to
help you verify the contents of a saved configuration file.
Permission level system
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changepasswd
Usage cat [socket[ /pathName]]
Command element
Description
socket
The number of the flash card slot—for example, 1.
pathname
The directory and the filename on the flash card.
Normally, the file contains a saved configuration.
Example admin> cat 1/config/asavecfg.txt
Dependencies The flash card must formatted.
See Also ls, format, mkdir, mv, rm, save
changepasswd
Description The changepasswd command enables a user to change their password
from the terminal session.
Permission level user
Usage changepasswd
Dependencies If password validation is enabled for the user’s account (the
enforce-password-check parameter in the user profile is set to yes), the new
password must be at least 8 characters long, containing at least two numbers and four
alphabetical characters.
chassisdesc
Description Displays the name of the platform that is operating.
Permission level user
Usage chassisdesc
Example To display the platform name:
admin> chassisdesc
Lucent Stinger-10
clear
Description Clears the command-line interface screen or the terminal session
screen. The system prompt appears at the top row of the command-line interface
screen, or the top row of the VT100 window used in the terminal session display.
Permission level user
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cleval
Usage clear [-r]
Command element
Description
-r
Reset the terminal session’s terminal display attributes.
See Also screen
cleval
Description Shows whether the call logging 30-day evaluation license is granted.
Permission level
system
Usage cleval
Example admin> cleval
This machine is already licensed for Network Management and it is capable of
emitting call logging records
clock-source
Description Displays the current clock-source settings for the system. If a line is
specified as the master clock source, it provides the source of timing information for
synchronous connections. The clock allows the sending device and the receiving
device to determine where one block of data ends and the next begins.
If multiple lines specify that they are eligible to be the clock source, you can assign
clock-source priority among multiple lines. In the output of the clock-source
command, the value 1 signifies the highest priority.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage clock-source
Example The clock-source command on the control module shows the master
clock’s module line number:
admin> clock-source
Master line: 1
Source List:
Source: line 1 Available*
priority: 2
Source: line 3 Available
priority: 2
On the modules, the clock-source command uses one-base indexes for the module’s
lines. For example, to open a session with a DS3-ATM trunk module and display its
clock-source settings:
admin> open 1 1
ds3-1/2> clock-source
Master line: 1
Source List:
Source: line 1 Available*
Source: line 3 Available
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priority: 2
priority: 2
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clr-history
Following are examples of log messages generated for clock-source transitions:
LOG notice, Shelf 1,
Master clock source
LOG notice, Shelf 1,
Master clock source
Controller, Time: 19:44:39-changed to slot-1/8 line 1
Controller, Time: 10:34:56-changed to local oscillator
Dependencies The clock-source command lists only currently eligible local clock
sources. Sources with Layer 2 up, which are preferred, are marked with an asterisk.
In addition, a message is logged whenever the system clock source changes. You must
first execute the open command to open a session with the module.
See Also open, clock-priority
clr-history
Description Clears the fatal-error history log.
Permission level system
Usage clr-history [-f]
Command element
Descriptions
-f
Forces the clear operation without requiring verification.
Use this option if entering only clr-history does not
clear the fatal-history log.
Example To clear the fatal-error history log:
admin> clr-history
See Also fatal-history
cltactivate
Description Enables a copper loop test (CLT).
Permission level system
Usage cltactivate [ -s remote_shelf ] [ -t timeout ] slot port [cltslot
[mode [terminal [loop]]]]
Command element Description
-s remote_shelf
On hosted Stinger systems, identifies the remote shelf on
which to run the copper loop test. The command is entered
from the host Stinger unit.
-t timeout
Specify a timeout value in minutes for the copper loop test
from 0 through 30, where 0 means no timeout.
slot
Slot number of the LIM containing the copper loop to be
tested.
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cltactivate external-loop
Command element Description
port
Port number of the copper loop to be tested.
cltslot
Slot number of the copper loop test (CLT) module or path
selector module (PSM) running the test.
mode
Connection configuration of the copper loop. The default
value, bridged, specifies that the copper loop is connected to
the test head and the corresponding port of the spare LIM.
Specify looking-out to connect the copper loop only to the test
head.
terminal
Connection point of the copper loop. Specify one of the
following values:
internal-tester-terminal—Copper loop is connected to
the internal test head of the CLT module. If you specify no
argument, the system takes this default value.
external-tester-terminal—Copper loop is connected to
the external test terminals of the CLT module or PSM.
auxiliary-tester-terminal—Copper loop is connected to
the auxiliary test terminals of the CLT module or PSM.
loop
Copper loop number of the T1 or E1 port. This parameter
applies only to copper loops connected to T1 or E1 LIMs, and is
ignored for all other LIMs.
1—Transmit copper loop.
2—Receive copper loop.
Note For a detailed discussion of this command and all its parameters, see the Stinger
Copper Loop Test (CLT) Module Guide.
See Also cltactivate external-loop, cltdeactivate, cltcmd
cltactivate external-loop
Description Sets a copper loop test (CLT) module to external-loop access mode. The
CLT slot is detected automatically and the access mode is set to looking-out.
Permission level system
Usage cltactivate [ -s remote_shelf ] external-loop
See Also cltactivate, cltdeactivate, cltcmd
cltcmd
Description Runs a copper loop test (CLT).
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cltdeactivate
Permission level
system
Note For a detailed discussion of this command and all its parameters, see the Stinger
Copper Loop Test (CLT) Module Guide.
See Also cltactivate
cltdeactivate
Description Disables a copper loop test (CLT).
Permission level
system
Usage cltdeactivate [ -s remote_shelf ] [cltSlot]
Note For a detailed discussion of this command and all its parameters, see the Stinger
Copper Loop Test (CLT) Module Guide.
See Also cltactivate
cltextend
Description Extend the duration of an activated copper loop test.
Permission level system
Usage cltextend [ -s shelf ]
Command element
Description
-s shelf
Extend the duration of the copper loop test on a
specified shelf.
Example Following is an example of the cltextend command:
admin> cltextend
LOG notice, Shelf 1, Controller-1, Time: 10:13:36-Copper loop access extended at shelf 1
Dependencies On hosted systems, when you use the -s shelf argument, you must
enter the command from the controller on the host shelf.
cmmodemshowcountries
Description Displays a list of the countries supported by the modem installed in a
revision 2 control module.
Permission level system
Usage cmmodemshowcountries
Example To display a list of the countries supported by a modem:
admin> cmmodemshowcountries
The country codes supported by this modem are:
0, Japan
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cmmodemshowcurrentcountry
9, Australia
a, Austria
f, Belgium
16, Brazil
26, China
31, Denmark
3c, Finland
3d, France
42, Germany
46, Greece
53, India
57, Ireland
59, Italy
61, Korea
6c, Malaysia
73, Mexico
7b, Netherlands
82, Norway
8a, Poland
8b, Portugal
9c, Singapore
9f, South Africa
a0, Spain
a5, Sweden
a6, Switzerland
b4, United Kingdom
b5, United States
fd, unknown
fe, Taiwan
cmmodemshowcurrentcountry
Description Displays the country code that is currently configured for a modem.
Permission level debug
Usage cmmodemshowcurrentcountry
Example To display the country code currently configured for a modem:
admin> cmmodemshowcurrentcountry
The country code programmed is b5, United States
connection
Description Specifies that the upper left portion of the status window displays
connection status information. If the status window is not already displayed, this
command opens it with the connection status information displayed.
Permission level system
Usage connection
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D
Example To open a window with connection status information displayed:
admin> connection
Press the Escape key to display a prompt below the status window
See Also clear, list, log, screen, status, view
D
date
Description Displays or sets the Stinger system date and time. The date and time are
stored in the timedate profile.
Permission level update
Usage date
Example admin> date
Wed Mar 7 16:17:41 2001
Dependencies You can set the Stinger system date and time in the timedate profile.
See Also TIMEDATE
debug
Description Enables or disables diagnostic output.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage debug on | off
Command element
Description
on
Enables diagnostic output.
off
Disables diagnostic output.
Example To enable diagnostic output:
admin> debug on
Diagnostic output enabled
admin> FRMAIN: Setting timer DCE
FRMAIN: time 88121200, mkstatus type 1, seq (026,025)
See Also auth
degen-tone
Description Stops multiport tone testing on the ports of a line interface module
(LIM) in the designated slot of a Stinger unit.
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deisolate
Permission level system
Usage degen-tone shelf slot
Command element
Description
shelf
Shelf of the LIM whose ports are being tested.
slot
Number of a slot in a Stinger unit.
Example To stop multiport tone testing on a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5:
admin> degen-tone 1 5
See Also gen-tone
deisolate
Description Stops galvanic isolation testing on the ports of a line interface module
(LIM) in the designated slot of a Stinger unit.
Permission level system
Usage deisolate shelf slot
Command element
Description
shelf
Shelf of the LIM whose ports are being tested.
slot
Number of a slot in a Stinger unit.
Example To stop galvanic isolation testing on a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5:
admin> deisolate 1 5
See Also isolate
delete
Description Permanently deletes a profile from local storage. Any flash memory
space that was used by the profile becomes available to the system.
Permission level update
Usage delete [-f] profile-type [profile-index]
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Command element
Description
-f
Delete without prompting for confirmation.
profile-type
Type of profile, as listed by the dir command.
profile-index
The index of the specified profile type. Not all profile
types require an index.
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deltcmd
Example To delete the connection profile previously created for Tom Lynch:
admin> delete conn tlynch
Delete profile CONNECTION /tlynch? [y/n] y
CONNECTION /tlynch deleted
See Also get, new, read
deltcmd
Description The deltcmd command executes dual ended line testing on a port.
Permission level system
Usage The test is run in two parts.
The first step initiates the test, using the following deltcmd command syntax:
deltcmd shelf slot port
The second step uploads the raw test results for analysis using the following deltcmd
command syntax:
deltcmd -t [-p tftp-port] host shelf slot port [remote-file]
Syntax element
Specifies
shelf port
Shelf number of the Stinger system to be tested.
slot
Slot number.
port
Number of port to be tested.
-p tftp-port
Use the specified optional TFTP port number.
host
TFTP host.
remote-file
Name of a file on the remote host. If no file name is specified,
the default file name is derived from address of the port being
tested. For example, if the port being tested is {1 14 3}, test
results are saved in a file called delt-1-14-3 on the remote
host.
Example The following sample command initiates testing on port 12 of an ADSL2+
LIM in slot 13 of shelf 1:
admin> seltCmd 1 14 12
DELT complete on {1 14 12}
Example The following sample command transfers the results from the previous
test via TFTP, to a host with an IP address of 135.17.134.96.
admin> deltCmd -t 135.17.134.96 1 13 12
DELT data transfer: sending delt-1-13-12 to 135.17.134.96
DELT data transfer: 5000 bytes sent
DELT data transfer completed
Dependencies A test can take up to 90 seconds to complete. You can run more than
one test simultaneously on a unit. However, only one DELT operation per LIM is
allowed.
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device
device
Description Initiates a state change in a specified device. The device is specified by
its interface address. This command is typically used to administratively put the
device in an UP or DOWN state.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage device -d|-t|-u|-? interface_address
Command element
Description
-d
Put the specified device in a DOWN state.
-u
Put the specified device in an UP state.
interface_address
Interface address of the device, specified as shelf, slot,
item number, and logical item number.
Example To administratively disconnect device 24 in slot 3 on shelf 1:
admin> device -d {{1 3 24} 0}
See Also show, slot
dir
Description Lists profiles. With no options, the dir command lists all profile types
supported by the Stinger unit. It can also be used to list all profiles of a certain type,
or to list file-system information about a specific profile.
Permission level system
Usage dir [profile-type [profile-index]]
Command element
Description
profile-type
List all the profiles of the specified type.
profile-index
Display information about the specified profile.
Example To list all profile types, enter the dir command with no variables:
admin> dir
ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF
ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF
AL-DMT-STAT
AL-DMT
ANSWER-DEFAULTS
ATMPVC-STAT
ATMVCC-STAT
BANDWIDTH-ALLOC
BANDWIDTH-STATS
BASE
CALL-INFO
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SNMP Permanent Interface Admin State
SNMP Physical Interface Admin State
Dmt Alcatel adsl line status
Alcatel cell dmt adsl line parameters
Answer profile
ATM PVC State
ATM VCC State
Bandwidth allocation for slots for ATM
Bandwidth statistics for slots for ATM
System version and enabled features
Active call information
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dir
CALL-LOGGING
CONNECTION
DEVICE-STATE
DEVICE-SUMMARY
ERROR
ETHER-INFO
ETHERNET
EXT-TSRV
EXTERNAL-AUTH
IP-GLOBAL
IP-INTERFACE
IP-ROUTE
LOAD-SELECT
LOG
SDSL
SDSL-STAT
SERIAL
SLOT-INFO
SLOT-STATE
SLOT-TYPE
SNMP
SYSTEM
TERMINAL-SERVER
TIMEDATE
TRAP
USER
Call logging
Connection (WAN) profiles
Device Operational State
Device availability summary information
Fatal Error log
Ethernet Interfaces Information
Ethernet Interfaces Configuration
Remote Terminal Server Config Information
External authentication info
Global TCP/IP parameters
IP interfaces
Static IP routes
Code images to load
System event logging configuration
Sdsl line parameters
Sdsl line status
Serial interfaces
Slot Info profile
Slot Operational State
Slot Type profile
SNMP configuration
System-wide basic parameters
Terminal server parameters
Current system date and time
SNMP trap destinations
Administrative user accounts
Example To list all connection profiles, as well as all RADIUS profiles for dedicated
(nailed) connections, specify conn as the profile type. For example:
admin> dir conn
169 08/31/2002
195 09/12/2002
189 11/14/2002
177 11/14/2002
187 10/22/2002
201 10/14/2002
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22:21:07
10:14:08
09:34:44
11:38:09
15:34:53
14:29:32
dallas
chicago
nyc1
nyc2
la
sacto
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dircode
This form of the command is useful for displaying valid profile indexes. The index is
in the rightmost field. The listing includes the following information:
The first field shows the number of bytes that the profile uses.
The second field shows the date that the profile was last modified.
The third field shows the time that the profile was last modified.
The fourth field shows the profile index. If the profile does not have an index, the
fourth field contains a period. If only one profile exists, the field displays that
profile’s name.
Example To list information about a specific profile, include its index on the
command line:
admin> dir conn dallas
169 08/31/2002 22:21:07
dallas
Example To list all profiles types with a given string, use dir with the grep
command:
admin> dir | grep -i ima
DS1-ATM
DS1 ATM/IMA line configuration parameters
IMA-GROUP-STAT
IMA group status
IMAGROUP
Inverse Multiplexing for ATM (IMA)group parameters
IMAHW-CONFIG
Inverse Multiplexing for ATM (IMA) HW parameters
LOAD-SELECT
Code images to load
<grep> Found 5 line(s) matching search criteria
See Also list, get, grep
dircode
Description Displays the contents of the PCMCIA flash memory card code directory.
The flash cards contain code for the modules, run-time control module, and profiles.
The system configuration is stored in the onboard nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM).
Permission level system
Usage dircode
The following error messages can appear when you use the dircode command:
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Error message
Description
Card N is not formatted
for use with this system
The flash card is blank, corrupted, or
formatted for another environment, such
as DOS. To use this card, you must issue a
format command first.
Card N is temporarily
unavailable
The flash card is currently starting up or is
being formatted.
Card N is unavailable
The flash card experienced an error and is
inaccessible. Verify that the card is inserted
properly.
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dmtaldsllines
Example
admin> dircode
Flash card code directory:
Card 1, format FTL/FAT, capacity
/current:
shelf-controller
1229934 Mon
sdsl-atm-card
525661
Mon
al-dmtadsl-atm-card 620347
Mon
8MB
Jun
Jun
Jun
10 11:22:16 2002 Version 9.0a0e0
10 11:22:46 2002 Version 9.0a0e0
10 11:23:20 2002 Version 9.0a0e0
The information displayed by this command includes the card number (1 or 2) and
the size of the code directory. For each expansion module installed in the system, it
also shows the following information:
The type of card the load is for
The size of the code related to the card
The date the load was copied to the flash card
The code version
See Also format, fsck, load
dmtaldsllines
Description Displays discrete multitone (DMT) ADSL line use.
Permission level system
Usage dmtaldsllines [-a| -d| -f | -sh | -sl | -u ]
Command element Description
No options
Display the options for this command.
-a
Display all DMT ADSL lines.
-d
Display all disabled DMT ADSL lines.
-f
Display all free DMT ADSL lines.
-sh shelf
Limit the output to lines on the specified shelf.
-sl shelf slot
Limit the output to lines on the specified slot.
-u
Display all Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) DMT ADSL
lines in use.
Example To display all DMT ADSL lines:
admin> dmtaldsllines -a
All DMT ADSL lines:
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
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{
{
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
}
}
}
}
}
}
(dvOp
(Up
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
dvUpSt dvRq
Assign UP
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
sAdm
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
nailg lmode )
00101
- )
00102
- )
00103
- )
00104
- )
00105
- )
00106
- )
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dmtaldsllines
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
{
{
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
ATU-C
ATU-R)
Line { 1 7 1 }
Line { 1 7 2 }
7
8
9
10
11
12
}
}
}
}
}
}
(Down
Idle
DOWN
DOWN 00107
(Down
Idle
DOWN
DOWN 00108
(Down
Idle
DOWN
DOWN 00109
(Down
Idle
DOWN
DOWN 00110
(Down
Idle
DOWN
DOWN 00111
(Down
Idle
DOWN
DOWN 00112
(dvOp
dvUpSt
dvRq
sAdm nailg
lmode
(Up
Idle
(Down Idle
UP
UP
00301
0
DOWN DOWN 00302
0
.
.
.
.
DOWN DOWN 01342 0
DOWN DOWN 01343 0
DOWN DOWN 01344 0
UP UP 01345 8128000
Line { 1 7 68 } (Down Idle
Line { 1 7 69 } (Down Idle
Line { 1 7 70 } (Down Idle
Line { 1 7 71 } (Up Assign
<<-- ABRs Specific to Ports.
Line { 1 7 72 } (Up Assign UP
UP
01346
-
8128000
)
)
)
)
)
)
0)
0)
0)
0)
0)
847586)
872612)
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following status
information:
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Assign indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal operations
mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the deactivated state.
Up specifies that the line should be activated in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line
to the desired state. It indicates that an operation has been initiated
(for example, someone has dialed in) that should change the Stinger
unit to the desired state.
nailg
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Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
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dnstab
Field
Description
lmode
Not used. This column indicates the line mode of ports on IMA
capable LIMs.
See Also sdsllines, shdsllines
dnstab
Description Displays the fallback Domain Name System (DNS) table, a local DNS
host table used only when the regular name lookup fails. This table contains up to
eight entries, each including a hostname and a list of the host IP addresses.
Permission level system
Usage dnstab [-s] [entry number]
Command element
Description
-s
Show the entire DNS host table.
entry number
Number of an entry in the DNS host table. Use this
option to display a specific table entry.
Entering the command with no options displays the usage summary.
Example To display the entire DNS host table:
admin> dnstab -s
Local DNS Table: enabled, AutoUpdate: enabled.
Local DNS Table
Name
IP Address
# Reads Time of last read
___________ ______________
_______ __________________
1: "wheelers"
206.65.212.9
*
- --2: "foxhound"
1.0.0.1
- --3: ""
------- --5: ""
------- --6: ""
------- --7: ""
------- --8: ""
------- --Field
Description
Local DNS Table
Whether enabled is set to yes in the
ip-global:dns-local-table subprofile.
AutoUpdate
Whether auto-update is set to yes in the
ip-global:dns-local-table subprofile.
Name
Hostname.
IP Address
IP address. An asterisk (*) indicates that the entry has been
automatically updated by a DNS query.
# Reads
Number of accesses since the entry was created.
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dslclstats
Field
Description
Time of last read
Time and date the entry was last accessed. If the Simple
Network Time Protocol (SNTP) is not in use, the field
contains hyphens.
Dependencies For the fallback table to be available, parameters must be configured
in the table-config subprofile of the dns-local-table subprofile of the ip-global
profile.
dslclstats
Description Displays statistics regarding the number of start, stop, and stream
call-logging packets sent from a particular interface.
Permission level system
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dsllines
Usage dslclstats
This command can be run from any line interface module (LIM) or from the control
module. When run from the control module, the command reports the counters for
call-logging for trunk cards.
Example admin> dslclstats
DSL CL Start pkts sent = 7
DSL CL Stream pkts sent = 754
DSL CL Stop
pkts sent = 3
dsllines
Description Displays the status of all DSL lines.
Permission level system
Usage dsllines [ -a | -d | -f | -s | -sh | -sl | -u ]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all DSL lines.
-d
Show disabled lines.
-f
Show all free lines.
-s
Show all lines summary.
-sh shelf
Limit the output to lines on the specified shelf.
-sl shelf slot
Limit the output to lines on the specified slot.
-u
Show in-use lines.
Example To show all free lines:
admin> dsllines -f
Free DSL lines:
(dvOp
Line
{
1 4 3 } (Down
Line
{
1 4 4 } (Up
dvUpSt
Idle
Idle
dvRq
UP
UP
sAdm
UP
UP
nailg
00153
00154
xDSL)
ADSL)
ADSL)
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following status
information:
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Active indicates that the line is handling a call.
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dsllines
Field
Description
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal operations
mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the deactivated state.
Up specifies that the line should be activated in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up, or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line to
the desired state. It indicates that an operation has been initiated (for
example, someone has dialed in) that should change the Stinger unit
to the desired state.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
xDSL
Type of DSL line.
Example To show a summary of all lines:
admin> dsllines -s
Summary of All DSL lines:
Shelf Slot Lim-Type Total-Port
1
1
SDSL
48
1
2
SDSL
48
1
3
HDSL2
32
Enabled-Port
48
48
32
Default-port
0
0
0
The data displayed includes the following fields:
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Field
Description
Shelf
Shelf number of the LIM.
Slot
Slot number of the LIM.
Lim-Type
Type of LIM.
Total-Port
Total number of ports for this LIM.
Enabled-Port
Number of ports that are enabled.
Default-port
Number of ports with default settings.
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dumpcachestat
dumpcachestat
Description Displays statistics about cache usage.
Permission level system
Usage dumpcachestat
Example
admin> dumpcachestat
Cache Updates 0
total 22
Cache Attempts 0
total 44
Cache Hits
0
total 22
Add count 321 Del count 216
Array Add count 0 Del count 0
Number of flash devices created 1 deleted 0
See Also ipcache
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E
E
ether-display
Description Displays the contents of Ethernet packets.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage ether-display port# n
Command element
Description
port#
The Ethernet port on which the packets are received
or transmitted. If you specify 0 (zero) for the port
number, the Stinger unit displays all ports on the shelf.
n
The number of octets to display in each Ethernet
packet.
Example To display Ethernet packet contents for port 0 in 12-octet sizes:
admin> ether-display 0 12
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 60 octets
10799E40: 08 00 20 75 80 6b 00
ETHER RECV: 12 of 60 octets
1077D980: 00 c0 7b 5e ad 3c 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 509 octets
1079A480: 00 80 c7 2f 27 ca 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 330 octets
1079AAC0: 08 00 20 75 80 6b 00
ETHER RECV: 12 of 60 octets
1077DFD0: 00 c0 7b 5e ad 3c 08
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 451 octets
1079B100: 08 00 20 75 80 6b 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 723 octets
1079B740: 00 20 af f8 0f 1d 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 84 octets
1078F580: 08 00 20 75 80 6b 00
ETHER RECV: 12 of 60 octets
1077E620: 00 c0 7b 5e ad 3c 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 238 octets
1078FBC0: 00 20 af f8 0f 1d 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 373 octets
10790200: 00 20 af f8 0f 1d 00
ETHER RECV: 12 of 60 octets
1077EC70: 00 c0 7b 5e ad 3c 00
ETHER XMIT: 12 of 267 octets
10790840: 00 20 af f8 0f 1d 00
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c0
7b 5e ad 3c
.. u.k.. {^.<
80
c7 2f 27 ca
..{^.<.. ./'.
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
.../'... {^.<
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
00
20 75 80 6b
..{^.<..
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
.. u.k.. {^.<
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
. ...... {^.<
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
.. u.k.. {^.<
20
af f8 0f 1d
..{^.<.
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
. ...... {^.<
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
. ...... {^.<
20
af f8 0f 1d
..{^.<.
c0
7b 5e ad 3c
. ...... {^.<
.. u.k.. {^.<
u.k
....
....
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ether-group
Example To stop displaying the Ethernet statistics, enter:
admin> ether-display 0 0
Note You must set debug to on for ether-display to have any effect.
ether-group
Description Displays the details of the ether-group:
Permission level system
Usage ether-group
Command Output
element
Description
grp-number
Corresponds to the ether-group number.
lag-id
Corresponds to ether-group->lacp-options->lag-id.
logical-if
Yes if Ethernet {1 24 ether-group-number} is configured.
slot
Corresponds to the slot that this ether-group is attached. It is
0 if the ether-group is not yet attached to a slot.
ports
Corresponds to the ports in the slot that are part of the
ether-group.
Example To display the ether-group details:
admin> ether-group
grp-number
lag-id
1
11
logical-if
slot
yes
1
ports
2
ether-stats
Description The ether-stats command displays the Data Plane statistics.
Permission level user
Usage ether-stats -[ d | c ] <port #>
Command Output
element
Description
-d
-c
Displays statistics.
port
GE-OLIM port number. You must always specify a port
number.
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Clears statistics.
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ether-stats
Example To display the BCM port 1 statistics:
golim-1/11> ether-stats -d 1
BCM port 1 statistics:
TX:
IfOutOctets
IfOutUcastPkts
IfOutDiscards
IfOutErrors
IfOutQLen
IpForwDatagrams
IfHCOutOctets
IfHCOutUcastPkts
IfHCOutMulticastPkts
IfHCOutBroadcastPckts
EtherStatsTXNoErrors
BcmIPMCOutDroppedPckts
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TX+RX:
EtherStatsDropEvents
EtherStatsMulticastPkts
EtherStatsBroadcastPkts
EtherStatsUndersizePkts
EtherStatsFragments
EtherStatsPkts64Octets
EtherStatsPkts65to127Octets
EtherStatsPkts128to255Octets
EtherStatsPkts256to511Octets
EtherStatsPkts512to1023Octets
EtherStatsPkts1024to1518Octets
EtherStatsOversizePkts
EtherStatsJabbers
EtherStatsOctets
EtherStatsPkts
EtherStatsCollisions
EtherStatsCRCAlignErrors
BcmEtherStatsPkts1519to1522Octets
BcmEtherStatsPkts1522to2047Octets
BcmEtherStatsPkts2048to4095Octets
BcmEtherStatsPkts4095to9216Octets
BcmIPMCBridgedPckts
BcmIPMCRoutedPckts
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RX:
IfInOctets
IfInUcastPkts
IfInNUcastPkts
IfInDiscards
IfInErrors
IfInUnknownProtos
IpInReceives
IpInHdrErrors
IpInDiscards
IfHCInOctets
IfHCInUcastPkts
IfHCInMulticastPkts
IfHCInBroadcastPkts
EtherStatsRXNoErrors
BcmIPMCInDroppedPckts
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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F
F
fatal-history
Description Displays the Stinger fatal-error log. Every time a fatal error occurs on a
Stinger system, it is logged to the fatal-error history log. Available flash memory space
limits the number of entries in the log. You can clear the log with the clr-history
command.
Permission level system
Usage fatal-history
Example To display the fatal-history log:
admin> fatal-history
OPERATOR RESET: Index: 99 Revision: 1.3Ap6 Shelf 1
Date: 09/20/2002.
Time: 16:56:01
Reset from unknown, user profile super.
OPERATOR RESET: Index: 99 Revision: 1.3Ap6 Shelf 9
Date: 09/24/2002.
Time: 11:56:10
Reset from unknown, user profile super.
See Also clr-history
filtcache
Description Displays the number of times a cached RADIUS filter profile was used,
and enables you to flush all filter cache buffers.
Permission level user
Usage filtcache -s [filtername]| -f [-f]
Command element
Description
-s [filtername]
If filtername is not specified, the command displays
statistics for all cached filters. If it is specified, the
command displays statistics only for the specified filter.
-f [-f]
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Flush all cached filters. The second -f flag specifies that all
filters are flushed without a prompt for confirmation being
displayed.
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filterdisp
Example The following command displays how many times a filter named myfilter
has been used:
admin> filtcache -s myfilter
Filter Name Time Created
Exp After(min) Use Cnt Refresh Cache
____________________________________________________________________
myfilter
18:44:30
10
2
No
The following command flushes all cached filters:
admin> filtcache -f
Flush all cached filter profiles? [y/n] y
All 3 cached RADIUS filter profiles flushed.
The following command displays how many times all cached RADIUS filters have
been used:
admin> filtcache -s
Filter Name
Time Created
Exp After(min) Use Cnt Refresh Cache
______________________________________________________________________
myfilter
20:01:50
1440
3
Yes
filter-b
21:03:34
10
2
No
filter-c
21:10:32
8
14
Yes
See Also filterdisp
filterdisp
Description Enables you to display information about filters in use for active
sessions.
Permission level system
Usage
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filterdisp [sessNum ] -a | -i [id]| -n [name]
Command element
Description
No options
Display all active sessions and their filter names.
sessNum
Display filter details for the specified session.
-a
Display all filters and their corresponding IDs.
-i id
Return the filter ID for the specified filter name.
-n name
Return the filter name for the specified filter ID.
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filterdisp
Example Displaying all active sessions
To display all active sessions and their filter names:
admin> filterdisp
ID
Username
Src Route-Filter Data-Filter Call-Filter TOS-Filter
-------------------------------------------------------------------010 dialin-23
ext
a234567890123
016 dialin-4
ext
a234567890124
017 edleung
ext
a234567890125
018 jwebster
ext
a234567890126
019 pyan
loc
datfilt2
callfilt4
tostestfilt
020 guest
ext
a234567890123
021 pvc2
loc route-pvc
gen_callfilt
022 pvc4
loc
gen_callfilt
023 pvc5
loc
<end user list> 9 active user(s)
The output displays a session ID number, a username, and an indication of whether
the session was authenticated locally. Sessions authenticated by local profiles display
the filter names specified in the connection profile. Sessions authenticated by
RADIUS display the filter names specified in the RADIUS profile. The fields in the
command output provide the following information:
Field
Specifies
ID
Identification number for the session.
Username
Name of the authenticated profile.
Src
Whether the profile is downloaded through RADIUS (ext)
or recognized as a local profile (loc).
Route-Filter
Whether a route filter has been applied to the session. For
sessions authenticated locally, the name of the filter is
supplied. For externally authenticated sessions,
<filters present> indicates that a route filter has been
applied. If blank, no route filter applies.
Data-Filter
Whether a data filter has been applied to the session. For
sessions authenticated locally, the name of the filter is supplied. For externally authenticated sessions, <filters
present> indicates that a data filter has been applied. If
blank, no data filter applies.
Call-Filter
Whether a call filter has been applied to the session. For sessions authenticated locally, the name of the filter is supplied.
For externally authenticated sessions, <filters present>
indicates that a call filter has been applied. If blank, no call
filter applies.
TOS-Filter
Whether a type of service (TOS) filter has been applied to
the session. For sessions authenticated locally, the name of
the filter is supplied. For externally authenticated sessions,
the label <filters present> indicates that a TOS filter has
been applied. If blank, no TOS filter applies.
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filterdisp
Example To display the filter details for a particular session, specify the session ID as
an argument on the filterdisp command line. (To obtain the session ID number, use
the filterdisp command without an argument.) If you specify an invalid session
number, the command returns an error. For example:
admin> filterdisp 3
Error: Invalid user session ID
Example The following sample output shows that no filters are applied to the
sessions:
admin> filterdisp 23
Hostname:
pvc5
No associated filters
admin> filterdisp 10
Hostname:
dialin-4
No associated external filters
Example In the following sample output, call filters have been applied to a session
that was authenticated locally:
admin> filterdisp 22
Hostname:
pvc4
Call Filter
Direction: In
Forward = no
Type = Generic Filter
offset = 0
len = 0
more = no
comp-neq = no
mask = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
value = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
Call Filter
Direction: Out
Forward = yes
Type = Generic Filter
offset = 0
len = 0
more = no
comp-neq = no
mask = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
value = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
Example The following sample output shows filters applied to an externally
authenticated session:
admin> filterdisp 17
Hostname:
edleung
searching for external filters...
Externally obtained filters exist
Data Filter
Direction: Out
Forward = yes
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format
Type = IP Filter
protocol = 0
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
destination-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
destination-address = 0.0.0.0
Src-Port-Cmp = none
source-port = 0
Dst-Port-Cmp = none
dest-port = 0
tcp-estab = no
Forward = yes
Type = Generic Filter
offset = 12
len = 2
more = no
comp-neq = no
dummyForPadding = 0
mask = ff:ff:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
value = 08:06:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
Dependencies The filterdisp command does not support virtual routers
(VRouters) for externally authenticated sessions.
See Also filtcache
format
Description Formats a PCMCIA flash memory card, preparing it for use in a Stinger
unit. You must format the card before you can use the load command to load code.
Permission level code
Usage format [ -f | -o | -e |-b | -x] [device]
Command element
Description
-f
Force format without asking for verification.
-o
Format in version 2 old format.
-e
Erase the entire flash card.
-b
Format the flash card and reserve space for boot region.
-x
For ATA flash cards only, format without a Master Boot
Record.
-e -b
Erase the boot region of a flash card.
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format
Command element
device
Description
Name of the flash card to be formatted. The following are
valid names:
[flash-card-]1
[flash-card-]2
Device names can be abbreviated as 1 and 2.
The following error messages can appear when you use the format command
Error message
Description
error: flash card N is
not present
No flash card is detected in the specified slot (1
or 2).
error: flash card N is
unavailable
The flash card in the specified slot is already
being formatted, is just starting up, or is in an
error condition.
error: flash card N is
write-protected
The write-protect switch is set on the card in
the specified slot (1 or 2).
error: flash card N is
currently in use
One or more images on the flash card are
currently in use (being read by a line interface
or trunk module in LOAD state or being
written as part of a code download).
LOG error, Shelf N,
Controller-1, Time: hh:mm:ss-ITP-1/12: _getPartData:
_file_read(fd=5,
ii->fragCnt=2925) FAILED
The flash card in the specified slot has not
finished booting and as a result the format
command has failed.
Example To format a PCMCIA flash memory card after inserting it in the second
(righthand) slot in the control module:
admin> format flash-card-2
format will erase existing card 2 data; confirm: [y/n] y
See Also dircode, fsck, load
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fsck
fsck
Description Audits inconsistent file conditions (which can include file contents) on
a PCMCIA flash memory card.
For each file found, the command displays the type-name, type-number, decimal and
hexadecimal byte counts, date written to flash memory, and whether blocks that
were in use were allocated to a file. Any detected errors are reported. No errors are
fixed.
Permission level code
Usage fsck [-b -c -v] device
Command element
Significance
-b
Ignore bad identifiers.
Each flash card file system contains two directory blocks:
an in-use block and an empty block used for deleting
information. Both directory blocks contain an identifier
that labels it a directory block. A candidate directory block
is one that is missing the magic identifier but contains
information that can be interpreted as directory-block
information.
If the fsck command finds no valid directory block but
does find a candidate directory block, the -b option
causes the system to ignore the missing identifier and
use the candidate directory block anyway. The file
system is to be used normally until the next reboot,
assuming that the fsck command finds no other errors.
-c
Do not check file contents.
By default, fsck checks the file contents for validity,
which involves opening and reading every file, checking
the file header, verifying the data length and CRC value,
and performing other functions. This option causes fsck
to check only the file-system format.
-v
Display verbose messages, including the number of
blocks used, a block list, and (unless the –c option is
specified) information about the files found.
device
Name of the flash card to be checked. The following are
valid names:
[flash-card-]1
[flash-card-]2
Device names can be abbreviated as 1 and 2.
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ftp
Example To run a file-system check of the card named flash-card-1:
admin> fsck 1
Volume Stats:
Block Size: 512 (typical: 512)
Blocks Per Cluster: 4 (typical: 1, may be powers of 2 up to 16)
Reserved Blocks: 1 (typical: 1, but may be 0 - hundreds)
Number of FATs: 2 (must be 2)
Number of Root Directory Entries: 128 (typically between 32 and 224)
Total Blocks: 13824
Media Descriptor: f0 (ignored)
Volume Info calculated from values above:
Blocks Per Fat: 11
Fat Start Block: 1
Root Dir Start Block: 23
Data Start Block: 31
Number of Root Dir Blocks: 8
Number of Clusters: 3448
FAT Type: Fat12
Cluster Usage
Usable Clusters: 3446
Free Clusters: 2284
Clusters lost during interrupted writes: 0
Other reserved clusters: 1158
See Also dircode, format, load
ftp
Description The command interface to the TAOS FTP client consists of a subset of
the FTP service commands defined in RFC 959, File Transfer Protocol (FTP). You use
these commands to set the FTP file transfer type and working directory, to transfer
files, and to otherwise manipulate FTP as you require.
Permission level update
Usage ftp [-s source ip-address] [hostname] [port]
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Command element
Description
-s source ip-address
Specify the source filename to transfer and IP address of
the FTP server.
hostname
Specify the name of an FTP server.
port
Specify the server’s FTP port value if it differs from the
default value of 21.
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ftp
Following are brief descriptions of open and the other FTP service commands:
Command element
Description
ascii
Sets the file transfer type for ASCII files.
binary
Sets the file transfer type so that files containing
non-ASCII characters can be transferred correctly.
bye
Synonym for “quit” . Ends the FTP session and closes
any open connections.
cd [directory]
Accesses a working directory named directory on the
remote system.
close
Closes the connection with the remote system without
exiting from FTP.
debug
Toggles debug output on and off.
dir [directory]
Synonym for ls. Displays a listing of directory on the
remote system.
exit
Synonym for quit. Ends the FTP session and closes any
open connections.
get [remote filename]
[local filename]
Transfers a file named remote filename from the
remote system to the local system. You can provide a
remote file’s pathname as a valid remote filename.
If you do not enter a local filename value, FTP
transfers the file to the local current directory (LCD),
using the remote filename. If you do not enter either a
remote or local filename, you are prompted for both.
hash
Toggles the display of # as the progress indicator during
file transfer.
help
Displays a list of commands recognized by the FTP
client.
lcd [directory]
Sets the local current directory (LCD) to directory. If
you do not enter a directory, the Stinger unit displays
the current LCD to you.
ls [directory]
Synonym for dir. Displays a listing of directory on the
remote system.
open [hostname]
Opens a connection to a remote system named
hostname. If you do not specify a hostname, you are
prompted for one.
put [local filename]
[remote filename]
Transfers a file named local filename from the local
system to the remote system. You can provide a local
file’s pathname as a valid local filename.
If you do not enter a remote filename value, FTP
transfers the file to the remote system’s current
working directory (CWD) using the local filename. If
you do not enter either a local or remote filename, you
are prompted for both.
pwd
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Displays the pathname of the working directory on the
remote system.
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Command element
Description
quit
Synonym for exit. Ends the FTP session and closes any
open connections.
set -s source ip-address Sets options for a connection. You can display the
options for the set command by entering set ?.
In this release, the set command can be used only to
set the source IP address of a connection using the -s
option.
The system uses the value specified with the set -s
command instead of the value provided by the
system-ip-addr parameter in the ip-global profile.
Note If you are using set command, the client should
not be connected to an FTP server.
user [username] [password] Initializes a login to the host to which the FTP client is
connected. If you do not enter a username or
password, you are prompted to do so.
Note The URL interface to the TAOS FTP client is based on the interface defined in
RFC 1738, Uniform Resource Locators (URLs). With the TAOS implementation, the
colon is replaced with a space after ftp, and includes a local directory name. You can
use the URLs in file transfer scripts.
Usage ftp [-s source ip-address]
//username:password@hostname:port/url-path/filename;type=a|i local-dir
Command Element
Description
-s source ip-address
Specify the source filename to transfer and IP address
of the FTP server.
username
Optional username. If the remote server requires a
username, the system prompts you to enter one. Be
sure to enter a colon (:) after any username you enter,
and to omit the colon if you omit the username.
password
Optional password. If the remote server requires a
password, the system prompts you to enter one. You
must first enter a username to specify a password.
hostname
Fully qualified domain name of a network host, or the
host’s IP address in dotted decimal notation.
If you use a domain name, use a fully qualified one as
specified in Section 3.5 of RFC 1034, Domain
Names—Concepts and Facilities, and Section 2.1 of
RFC 1123, Requirements for Internet Hosts—Application
and Support. A domain name is a sequence of domain
labels separated by periods (.), starting and ending
with an alphanumeric character, and optionally
containing hyphens (-). In contrast to an IP address, the
rightmost label can never start with a number.
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ftp
Command Element
Description
port
Number of the port, in decimal notation, on an FTP
host to which to connect. If you do not enter a port
number, port defaults to 21. Be sure to enter a colon
(:) before any port number you enter, and to omit the
colon if you omit the port number.
url-path
Path on the remote system of one or more directory
names to the file that you want to transfer. The slashes
(/) that precede and follow the path are not part of the
pathname(s). If you omit the path, be sure to retain
both slashes.
filename
Name of the file on the remote host to transfer.
type=a|i
Optional file transfer type:
Enter ;type=a to transfer ASCII files.
Enter ;type=i to transfer files containing
non-ASCII characters, in binary mode.
Note If you do not enter a type, the file transfer type
defaults to binary mode.
Be sure to enter a semicolon (;) before type, and to
omit the semicolon if you do not enter a file transfer
type.
local-dir
Optional path of one or more names to the local
directory of flash memory where the Stinger unit is to
store the transferred file. You can enter a PCMCIA slot
number and a directory name (for example,
1/current). If you enter only a directory name, the unit
uses the first slot with a file allocation table (FAT)
formatted PCMCIA card. Be sure to include a space
before local-dir.
If you omit local-dir, the Stinger unit stores the file in
the root directory of the first PCMCIA slot that
contains a FAT-formatted flash card.
Example The following example shows a File Transfer Protocol connecting to a FTP
server, logging in with a name and password, changing the current working directory
on the server, changing the local current working directory, switching to binary
transfer mode, downloading a binary file, and quitting the application.
admin> ftp 111.11.26.12
220 ds2 FTP server (SunOS 5.6) ready.
Name:ddoug
331 Password required for ddoug.
Password:
230 User ddoug logged in.
ftp> cd /tftpboot/ddoug
250 CWD command successful.
ftp> lcd current
Local directory now 1/current
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ftp
ftp> binary
200 Type set to I.
ftp> get stngrcm.ffs
200 PORT command successful.
150 Binary data connection for stngrcm.ffs
(149.52.26.125,7018) (2258239 bytes).
2258239 bytes recieved in 30 seconds
226 Binary Transfer complete.
ftp> quit
221 Goodbye.
Example The following example shows how to connect to an FTP server and specify
a source IP address of 1.1.1.1:
admin> ftp -s 1.1.1.1 60.60.60.1
220 dsl-snmp FTP server (SunOS 5.6) ready.
Name:mmahendra
331 Password required for mmahendra.
Password:
230 User mmahendra logged in.
Example The following example specifies a source IP address of 1.1.1.1:
ftp> set -s 1.1.1.1
Source IP Address set to : 1.1.1.1
ftp> open 60.60.60.1
220 dsl-snmp FTP server (SunOS 5.6) ready.
Name:mmahendra
331 Password required for mmahendra.
Password:
230 User mmahendra logged in.
Dependencies To use the FTP client capability, your unit must have a
FAT-formatted flash memory card in its PCMCIA slot.
The FTP client supports active connections only. In addition, you cannot cancel an
FTP download or upload that is already in progress.
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fwfile
fwfile
Description Display the version of firmware running on the ADSL LIM or device
and the default firmware for the device.
Permission level system
Usage fwfile -s|t
Option
Specifies
-s
Show the running and default versions of firmware.
-t
Toggle firmware file download debugs.
Example To display the running and current versions of firmware for a LIM, open a
session with the LIM and enter the command. For example:
dadsl-atm-72a-1/2> fwfile -s
Running version of the firmware is 0273
Default version of the firmware is 0278
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G
G
gbondGroups
Description This command displays the bonded groups.
Permission level system
Usage gbondGroups -[ a | d | u ]
Command Element
Description
a
List all Gbond groups
d
List all disabled groups
u
List in-use groups
Example To display all the Gbond groups:
admin> gbondgroups -a
gbondlines
Description This command displays the bonded lines. On LIM, gbondlines lists all
the lines and marks the bonded lines as GBOND.
Permission level system
Usage gbondLines -[ a | f | u ]
Command Element
Description
a
List all Gbond lines
f
List all free lines
u
List in-use lines
G
Example To display all the Gbond lines:
admin> gbondlines -a
gecacstat
Description Displays statistics about connection admission control (CAC)
bandwidth allocation for the Gigabit Ethernet ports on a GE OLIM.
Permission level system
Usage gecacstat shelf slot
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Command element
Description
shelf
Shelf with the GE OLIM whose statistics are to be tested.
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gecacstat
Command element
Description
slot
Slot in which the GE OLIM is located.
Example To display CAC statistics a GE OLIM in shelf 1, slot 1:
admin> gecacstat 1 1
GE LIM port Cac Data for shelf : 1 slot : 1
PORT {1 1 1} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 2} (stngr-golim-card) (ACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 297196
702804
DN
1000000
1000000 297196
702804
PORT {1 1 3} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 4} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 5} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 6} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 7} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 8} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 9} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
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gen-tone
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
PORT {1 1 10} (stngr-golim-card) (INACTIVE)
Stream
Total BW
Gtd BW
Gtd Allocated
Gtd Available
UP
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
DN
1000000
1000000 0
1000000
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following status
information:
Field
Description
Stream
The direction of the traffic flow:
UP is the upstream direction toward the network.
DN is the downstream direction toward the CR GE COP and the
DSL customer.
Total BW
The bandwidth of the link in kilobits per second.
Gtd BW
The guaranteed bandwidth in kilobits per second.
Gtd
Allocated
The amount of guaranteed bandwidth, in kilobits per second,
currently allocated to connections.
Gtd
Available
The amount of guaranteed bandwidth, in kilobits per second,
currently unused by connections.
See Also SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
gen-tone
Description Enables multiport tone tests for a range of line interface module (LIM)
ports or a list of individual ports. The tests require that you connect an external test
tone generator to the external or auxiliary port of a copper loop test (CLT) module or
path selector module (PSM).
Permission level system
Usage gen-tone shelf slot
ext start-port - end-port | p1 [p2. . . .]
| aux start-port - end-port | p1 [p2. . . .]
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Command element
Description
shelf
Shelf of the LIM whose ports are to be tested.
slot
Slot in which the LIM is located.
ext
Connection to the test tone generator is through the
external port of a a CLT module or PSM.
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gen-tone
Command element
Description
aux
Connection to the test tone generator is through the
auxiliary port of a CLT module or PSM.
start-port
First port of the range to be tested.
end-port
Last port of the range to be tested.
p1 [p2. . . .]
List of ports to be tested.
Example To test ports 1 through 10 for a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5 using the auxiliary
port on a CLT module or PSM:
admin> gen-tone 1 5 aux 1 - 10
Example To test ports 3, 4, and 9 for a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5, using the auxiliary port
on a CLT module or PSM:
admin> gen-tone 1 5 aux 3 4 9
Example To test ports 3 and 9 only for a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5, using the external
port on a CLT module or PSM:
admin> gen-tone 1 5 ext 3 9
See Also degen-tone
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get
get
Description Displays the contents of a profile or subprofile, but does not make it
writable. Only the working profile can be modified. For information about reading a
profile into the edit buffer to make it the working profile, see “read” on page 1-182.
The get command recognizes the period character (.) as shorthand for the working
profile (the profile in the edit buffer).
Permission level system
Usage get profile-type [profile-index] [[subprofile] [param-name
[param-index]]
Command element
Description
profile-type
Type of profile to be displayed, which might require an
index as well. A period (.) represents the working
profile (the profile in the edit buffer).
profile-index
Profile index (the name or address that distinguishes a
profile from others of the same type). To see profile
indexes, use the dir command.
subprofile
Subprofile within the specified profile.
param-name
Parameter within the specified profile. If the
parameter is in a subprofile, you must specify the
subprofile name first.
param-index
Complex parameters have an index. For example, the
interface-address parameter contains both the
physical-address and logical-item indexes.
Example Displaying the contents of a profile
To display the contents of a connection profile called dallas:
admin> get connection dallas
[in CONNECTION/dallas]
station*=dallas
active=yes
encapsulation-protocol=atm
called-number-type=national
dial-number=85283
clid=""
ip-options={ yes yes 1.1.1.1/8 0.0.0.0/0 7 100 255 no no 0 +
session-options={ "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 "" }
telco-options={ ans-and-orig no off 1 no no 64k-clear 0 "" "" +
answer-options={ }
usrRad-options={ global 0.0.0.0 1646 "" 1 acct-base-10 }
calledNumber=""
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get
Example Displaying the contents of a subprofile
To display the ip-options subprofile in the connection profile called dallas:
admin> get connection dallas ip-options
[in CONNECTION/dallas:ip-options]
ip-routing-enabled=yes
vj-header-prediction=yes
remote-address=0.0.0.0/0
local-address=0.0.0.0/0
routing-metric=7
preference=100
down-preference=255
private-route=no
temporary-route=no
ip-direct=0.0.0.0
rip=routing-off
client-default-gateway=0.0.0.0
if-remote-address=0.0.0.0
tos-options={ no 00 normal input }
source-ip-check=no
Example Displaying the contents of the working profile
The get command, followed by a period (.), displays the contents of the current
location in the working profile:
admin> get .
[in CONNECTION/dallas:ip-options]
ip-routing-enabled=yes
vj-header-prediction=yes
remote-address=0.0.0.0/0
local-address=0.0.0.0/0
routing-metric=7
preference=100
down-preference=255
private-route=no
temporary-route=no
ip-direct=0.0.0.0
rip=routing-off
client-default-gateway=0.0.0.0
if-remote-address=0.0.0.0
tos-options={ no 00 normal input }
source-ip-check=no
Example Displaying a higher context than the current location
You can add a space and two periods (..) to get . to display a higher context than
the current location in the working profile:
admin> get . ..
[in CONNECTION/dallas]
station*=dallas
active=yes
encapsulation-protocol=atm
called-number-type=national
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dial-number=""
clid=""
ip-options={ yes yes 10.122.99.1/24 0.0.0.0/0 7 100 255 no no +
session-options={ "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 "" 0}
telco-options={ ans-and-orig no off 1 no no 56k-restricted 0 +
usrRad-options={ global 0.0.0.0 1646 "" 1 acct-base-10 }
calledNumber=""
framed-only=no
atm-options={ aal5-llc 0 32 }
atm-connect-options={ aal5-llc 0 32 }
Example Displaying a deeper context than the working profile
To display a deeper context than the current location in the working profile, specify
one or more subprofiles after the period:
admin> get . ip
[in CONNECTION/dallas:ip-options]
ip-routing-enabled=yes
vj-header-prediction=yes
remote-address=0.0.0.0/0
local-address=0.0.0.0/0
routing-metric=7
preference=100
down-preference=255
private-route=no
temporary-route=no
ip-direct=0.0.0.0
rip=routing-off
client-default-gateway=0.0.0.0
if-remote-address=0.0.0.0
tos-options={ no 00 normal input }
source-ip-check=no
Example Displaying a parameter name or parameter index
Use the param-name argument to display the IP address of an Ethernet interface:
admin> get ip-int {{1 c 1}0} ip-address
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { shelf-1 controller 1 } 0 }:ip-address]
ip-address=10.65.12.224/24
Use the param-name param-index argument to display a complete physical address:
admin> get ip-int {{1 c 1}0} interface-address physical-address
[in IP-INTERFACE/{{shelf-1 controller 1} 0}:interface-address:
physical-address]
shelf=shelf-1
slot=controller
item-number=1
See Also list, read, write
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gmac
gmac
Description Provide diagnostics on the Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) driver.
Permission level system
Usage gmac [ -v |-i [-u |-d] | -n | -s | -l [-i | -e| -d |-p] –p |-r |-w
|-d[-c |-a | -e] | -t |-? ]
Command element
Description
-v
Show gmac version.
-i
[-u/d]
With no additional option, initialize/reset the GigE port.
-u
Force GigE link up.
-d
Force GigE link down.
-n
Set up network processor to communicate with GMAC.
-s
Set up a SAR channel for communicating with GMAC .
-l
[-i/e/d/p]
Loopback.
-i
Port set for internal loopback.
-e
Port set for external loopback.
-d
Port set for no loopback.
-p
Run loopback test for Ethernet power-on self test
(POST).
-p
Ping test.
-r
Read a PHY register.
-w
Write to a PHY register.
-d
[-c/a/e]
With no additional option, display all statistics.
-c
Clear GMAC statistics.
-a
Display ATM statistics.
-e
Display Ethernet statistics.
-t
Set debug level (0 through 3).
-?
Display a summary of commands.
Example Set up the network processor for communication with the GMAC:
admin> gmac -n
NP setup for gmac done.
Example Set up a SAR channel for communicating with the GMAC:
admin> gmac -s
GMAC: SAR conn. open with vpi = 0, vci = 200
Example Display the GMAC version:
admin> gmac -v
GMAC version : 0x0b
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gmac
Example Reset the Gigabit Ethernet port:
admin> gmac -i
gigE port reset.
Example Display Gigabit Ethernet statistics:
admin> gmac -d -c
Clearing gmac stats.
admin> ping 201.168.53.122
PING 201.168.53.122 (201.168.53.122):
^C
--- 201.168.53.122 ping statistics --6 packets transmitted, 0 packets received
round-trip min/avg/max = 0/0/0 ms
admin> gmac -d
Gigabit Ethernet port statistics :
txOctetsLow
= 384
txOctetsHigh
= 0
txGoodPackets
= 6
txPkt64
= 6
txPkt65127
= 0
txPkt128255
= 0
txPkt256511
= 0
txPkt5121023
= 0
txPkt1024Max
= 0
txPktDefer
= 0
txPktUndSz
= 0
txUnderFlow
= 0
txPfcf = 0
txPfcc = 0
txRfcf = 0
txRfcc = 0
txOverFlow
= 0
txAlmostFull
= 0
rxOctetsLow
= 20965266
rxOctetsHigh
= 0
rxGoodPackets
= 15393
rxPkt64
= 0
rxPkt65127
= 0
rx128255
= 0
rx256511
= 0
rx5121023
= 0
rx1024Max
= 15393
rxMacType
= 0
rxCrcErrors
= 0
rxUnderSize
= 0
rxOverSize
= 0
rxAlmostFull
= 0
rxOverRun
= 0
rxMulticastPackets
= 15392
rxBroadcastPackets
= 0
...
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golimlines
golimlines
Description Displays Gigabit Ethernet OLIM line use.
Permission level system
Usage golimlines [-a| -d| -f | -u ]
Command element Description
No options
Display the options for this command.
-a
Display all Gigabit Ethernet OLIM lines in the system.
-d
Display all disabled Gigabit Ethernet OLIM lines.
-f
Display all free Gigabit Ethernet OLIM lines.
-u
Display all Gigabit Ethernet OLIM lines in use.
Example To display all Gigabit Ethernet OLIM lines in the system:
admin> golimlines -a
All GOLIM lines:
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 1
1 2
1 3
1 4
1 5
1 6
1 7
1 8
1 9
1 10
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
(dvOp
(Down
(Up
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
dvUpSt dvRq
Idle
UP
Assign UP
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
sAdm
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
nailg)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
00000)
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following status
information:
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Assign indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal operations
mode.
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golimMode
Field
Description
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the deactivated state.
Up specifies that the line should be activated in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line
to the desired state. It indicates that an operation has been initiated
that should change the Stinger unit to the desired state.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
See Also dmtaldsllines, sdsllines
golimMode
Description The golimMode command verifies if the GE-OLIM slot is functioning as
an Ethernet switch.
Permission level user
Usage golimMode
Example The following output is displayed if the golimMode coammand is run on a
Control Module:
Slot# Mode
TrunkPorts HostedPorts CascadePorts
1
HOSTED
9,10
1-6
7,8
2
SWITCH
1-10
-
gre
Description Displays Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) protocol statistics.
Permission level user
Usage gre c | z | k | s
Command element
Description
c
Display GRE counters.
z
Clear GRE counters.
k
Display the GRE key table.
s
Display GRE slot information.
Example To display GRE counters, use the gre c command:
admin> gre c
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grep
Received
Total packets:
Delivered locally:
to slot/key:
to slot/proto:
0
0
0
0
Transmitted
Total requests:
Packets sent:
0
0
PB stats:
Received packets:
0
Transmitted packets:0
Keys added: 0
deleted: 0
Delivered: 0
Hits:
0
Misses: 0
CB msgs rcvd: 11
sent: 21
processed: 14
generated: 21
Example To display the slots for which GRE is enabled, use the gre s command:
admin> gre s
Master shelf 1
Enabled slots:
1/3
1/13
1/7
grep
Description Filters the output of certain TAOS commands to make a specified
pattern. The command is modeled on the grep command from the UNIX
environment and has numerous applications in the TAOS operating system. The
number of commands that support the grep capability changes as the functionality is
integrated into the system. Following is a representative list of commands that
currently support the grep feature:
arptable
briChannels
cadslLines
callroute
dadslLines
dir
ds3AtmLines
filterdisp
help
if-admin
ifmgr
ipcache
list
modem
oc3AtmLines
ospf
swanLines
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grep
t1channels
uds3Lines
userstat
vdslchannels
Permission level user
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grep
Usage command | grep [-c expression|-i expression]| -v expression]
Command element
Description
| grep
Displays only information that matches the expression
pattern.
-c expression
Counts occurrences of the expression only. Does not
display information.
-i expression
Uses pattern matching against the expression that is not
case sensitive.
-v expression
Displays only information that does not match the
expression pattern.
For the expression argument, the grep feature supports the following regular
expressions, wildcard characters, and patterns:
Regular expression
Description
\ (backslash)
Turns off any special meaning of the following character.
. (period)
Matches any single character in the input string.
* (asterisk)
Matches zero or more occurrences of the previous
character.
’’ (single quotation
marks)
Enclose an expression to be matched.
""(double quotation
marks)
Enclose a pattern that contains spaces or other quotation
marks.
^ (circumflex)
Specifies the beginning of a line.
$ (dollar sign)
Specifies the end of line.
| (vertical bar)
Specifies a logical OR relationship.
[] (square brackets)
Specifies any one of the characters in a range.
() (parentheses)
Identifies group expressions
To search for a character that is a wildcard, you must precede it with the backslash
character, even if the wildcard character is within the boundaries of quotation marks.
The output data from the command is scanned line by line. If the pattern you specify
is encountered in the line, that line is displayed. If you use the -c argument, the
number of lines found matching the pattern are counted and displayed at the end of
the command. Note that the field headers and footers might be omitted from the
display if they do not match the pattern. However, error messages are exempt from
pattern matching.
Note If you use the grep feature with a command that does not support filtering, the
system does not display an error. Instead, the command output is simply not filtered.
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gunzip
Example Following are two uses of the grep command related to virtual links and
soft permanent virtual circuits (SPVCs):
admin> ? | grep atmv
atmvccstat ( system )
atmvcl ( system )
atmvcx ( system )
atmvpl ( system )
atmvpx ( system )
admin> ? | grep spv
spvcc ( system )
spvcstat ( system )
spvpc ( system )
See Also ?, dir
gunzip
Description The gunzip command uncompresses files on the flash card that have
been compressed by the gzip command. This command functions in the same way as
the UNIX gunzip command, and performs the same function as the gzip command
used with the -d option.
Permission level system
Usage gunzip [-options] file
Command element
Description
-p
show original uncompressed file name
-V
Toggle verbose mode
-t
Time the compression operation
Example The following example uncompresses and replaces a file named
save.conf.gz in the zz subdirectory of flash card number 1. The resulting
uncompressed file is named save.conf.
admin> gunzip 1/zz/save.conf.gz
Dependencies This command can be used only if the allow-system parameter is set
to yes in the user profile.
gzip
Description The gzip command compresses files on the flash card. This command
functions in the same way as the UNIX gzip command.
Permission level system
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gzip
Usage gzip [-options] file
Command element
Description
-d
Decompress the specified file(default for 'gunzip')
-1 to -9
Set the compression level (-1 : fastest; -9 : best)
-f
Compress using Z_FILTERED
-h
Compress using Z_HUFFMAN_ONLY
-V
Toggle verbose mode
-t
Time the compression operation
Example The following example compresses and replaces a file named save.conf in
the zz subdirectory of flash card number 1 at the best level of compression. The
resulting file is named save.conf.gz.
admin> gzip -9 1/zz/save.conf
Dependencies This command can be used only if the allow-system parameter is set
to yes in the user profile.
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H
H
hdsl2lines
Description Displays the port status and dedicated (nailed) group for each HDSL2
port.
Permission level System
Usage hdsl2lines [ -a | -d | -f | -u | -sh | -sl | -t ]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all HDSL2 lines.
-d
Show disabled lines.
-f
Show all free lines.
-u
Show in-use lines.
-sh shelf
Limit the output to lines on the specified shelf.
-sl shelf slot
Limit the output to lines on the specified slot.
-t
Toggle debug flag.
Example To display all lines for the HDSL2 module in shelf 1, slot 4:
admin> hdsl2 -a -sl 1 4
All HDSL2 lines:
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
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{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
(dvOp
(Up
(Down
(Up
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Up
(Up
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
dvUpSt dvRq
Assign UP
Idle
DOWN
Assign UP
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Assign UP
Idle
UP
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
sAdm
UP
DOWN
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
nailg lmode )
00101
- )
00102
- )
00103
- )
00104
- )
00105
- )
00106
- )
00107
- )
00108
- )
00109
- )
00110
- )
00111
- )
00112
- )
00113
- )
00114
- )
00115
- )
00115
- )
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help
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Assign indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be
nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal
operations mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations
and enter the down state.
Up specifies that the line should start up in normal
operations mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as
when a device is powering up or you change the desired state
on a running slot. Changing the desired state does not
automatically change a line to the desired state. It indicates that
an operation has been initiated that should change the Stinger
unit to the state desired.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
lmode
Not used. The column indicates the line mode of ports on IMA
capable LIMs.
help
Description Displays a list of all available commands or help text about a specific
command. The question-mark (?) is a shortcut version of this command.
Permission level user
Usage help [-a]|[command-name]
Command element
Description
–a
List all commands. (Without this option, the list
includes only commands authorized by the current
user profile.)
command-name
Display information about the specified command.
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help
Example To display a list of commands authorized for your current login:
admin> help
?
( user )
arp
( system )
auth
( user )
clear
( user )
clock-source
( diagnostic )
clr-history
( system )
connection
( system )
date
( update )
delete
( update )
device
( diagnostic )
dir
( system )
dircode
( system )
ether-display
( diagnostic )
fatal-history
( system )
format
( code )
get
( system )
help
( user )
if-admin
( diagnostic )
line
( system )
[More? <ret>=next entry, <sp>=next page, <^C>=abort]
Example To display help text about the dir command:
admin> help dir
dir
list all profile types
dir profile-type
list all profiles of the specified type
dir profile-type profile-index list the specified profile instance
Dependencies The current security level is set by the current user profile and
determines which commands are displayed in response to this command. If the
current user profile does not have sufficient privileges to run a command, the
command is not displayed unless you specify the -a option. By default, commands
that go with the current user security level are always displayed.
See Also auth
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history
history
Description The history command displays command logs to the terminal session.
Permission level user
Usage history
Example Following is a sample output of the history command, followed by a
description of the fields in the output:
admin> history
Date
Time
11/13/2003 16:31:00
11/13/2003 16:30:52
11/13/2003 16:30:49
11/13/2003 16:30:41
11/13/2003 16:30:32
11/13/2003 16:30:29
11/13/2003 16:30:25
11/13/2003 16:30:16
11/13/2003 16:30:07
11/13/2003 16:29:58
Source
console
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
135.17.134.39
User
admin
user2
user2
user2
user2
user2
user2
user1
user1
user1
Id
01
03
03
03
03
03
03
02
02
02
Card
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
{01 08}
Command
history
quit
save c log
dir cmd-log
help
atmcacstat
show
quit
history
dir
Field
Description
Date
Date the command was entered.
Time
Time the command was entered
Source
How the user initiated the session, for example, via telnet or by
connecting to the serial port.
User
The user profile associated with the user who entered the
command.
Id
User session ID number.
Card
Shelf and slot number from which the command was entered.
Command
Command entered by the user.
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I
I
if-admin
Description Displays information about or specifies the state of a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) interface.
Each device in the system has a unique SNMP interface number assigned to the
device when a module is installed. Interface numbers are stored in nonvolatile RAM
(NVRAM), which is not affected by system resets. A physical device keeps the same
interface number across system resets or power failures.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage if-admin -a | -d interface| -l | -u interface| -r interface
Command element
Description
-a
List available SNMP interface numbers.
-d interface
Administratively disconnect a specified SNMP
interface
-l
List SNMP interface and device address mappings.
-u interface
Administratively turn on a specified SNMP interface.
-r interface
Reset an SNMP interface.
Example To display a list of all SNMP interface numbers assigned by the system,
specify the -l option:
admin> if-admin -l
SNMP-IF
DEVICE ADDRESS
101
{ 1 11 32 }
1
{ 1 17 1 }
102
{ 1 11 33 }
2
{ 1 3 1 }
103
{ 1 11 34 }
3
{ 1 3 2 }
104
{ 1 11 35 }
4
{ 1 3 3 }
105
{ 1 11 36 }
5
{ 1 3 4 }
106
{ 1 11 37 }
6
{ 1 3 5 }
107
{ 1 11 38 }
7
{ 1 3 6 }
108
{ 1 11 39 }
8
{ 1 3 7 }
[More <ret>=next entry, <sp>=next page, <^C>=abort]
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ifmgr-d
Example To turn on SNMP interface number 111:
admin> if-admin -u 111
interface 111 state change forced
ifmgr-d
Description Displays the virtual STP interface.
Permission level debug
Usage ifmgr [-d | l | n | k | v |]
Command element
Description
-d
Displays interface table entries.
-d <ifNum>
Displays details of given i/f table entry.
-l
Displays local interface table entries.
-l <ifNum>
Displays details of given local i/f table entry.
-n <conn profile name>
Displays the slot and ifNum of conn.
-k
Kill virtual WAN interface.
-v
Displays VLAN ID usage information for each Olim
domain.
Example In the following output, virtual interface 32 is designated ie-stp-1-2111
and the real interface 33 (a routed VLAN) is designated ie1-2111.
super> ifmgr -d
bif slot sif u m p ifname
host-name remote-addr
local-addr
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------000 1:08 000 *
ie0
0.0.0.0/32
9.9.9.55/32
001 1:08 001 *
ie1
0.0.0.0/32
0.0.0.0/32
002 1:08 002 *
ie2
0.0.0.0/32
10.10.10.2/32
032 1:08 007 *
ie-stp-1-210.0.0.0/32
0.0.0.0/32
033 1:08 008 *
ie1-2111
0.0.0.0/32
31.31.31.2/32
034 1:08 009 *
ie2-2111
0.0.0.0/32
31.31.31.2/32
if-trap-admin
Description With the if-trap-admin command, you can change the setting of the
desired-trap-trap parameter for all admin-state-phys-if profiles,
admin-state-perm-if profiles or both admin-state-phys-if and
admin-state-perm-if profiles.
Permission level update
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if-trap-admin
Usage if-trap-admin [ -a | -s | -m ] state
Command element
Description
-a
Change trap settings for all profiles (
ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF and ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF )
-s
Change trap settings for ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF profile
-m
Change trap settings for ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF profile
state
Select one of, system ( the default), enable, or
disable.
Example The following sample commands change the setting of the
desired-trap-state for all slots in the system to system-defined:
admin> if-trap-admin -a system
Massive desired-trap-state change done
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igmp
igmp
Description Displays multicast information about Internet Group Management
Protocol (IGMP) groups and clients.
Permission level system
Usage igmp [mbone | groups | clients | slots | vc ] [profile
[mcast-profile] | delete [grp_addr][if_num] ] [smbone | sgroups [bridgeNum]
| sclients [bridgeNum] ] [sslots | sdelete [bridgeNum][grp_addr][if_num] ]
Command element
Description
mbone
Display multicast mbones (backbones).
groups
Display active multicast group addresses and interfaces.
clients
Display multicast clients.
slots
Display multicast enable slots.
vc
Display the multicast VCs that are configured and
active.
profile
Display multicast profiles.
delete
Delete the client.
smbone
Display all snooping MBONE interfaces, or the snooping
MBONE interface for the specified bridge group.
sgroups
Display all multicast groups joined within a specified
bridge group.
sclients
Display the IGMP clients for a specified bridge group.
sslots
Display the slots using IGMP snooping.
sdelete
Delete the groups joined through the trunk module.
Note For the following examples, the MBONE interface is on the Gigabit Ethernet
port and the clients are on a trunk interface (a remote client), and on ADSL LIM slots
1 and 5.
Example Display multicast clients:
admin> igmp client
IGMP Clients
Client
1(Mbone)
14
Version
2
2
RecvCount
0
0
CLU
0
0
ALU
0
0
The output contains the following fields:
Field
Description
Client
Interface ID on which the client resides. The value 0 (zero)
represents the Ethernet. Other numbers are WAN interfaces,
numbered according to when they became active. The interface
labeled Mbone is the interface on which the multicast router
resides.
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igmp
Field
Description
Version
IGMP version.
RecvCount
Number of IGMP messages received on that interface.
CLU/ALU
CLU is current line utilization, and ALU is average line
utilization. Both indicate the percentage of bandwidth used
across this interface. If bandwidth utilization is high, some
IGMP packet types are not forwarded.
Example Display active multicast group addresses and interfaces:
admin> igmp group
IGMP Group address Routing Table
Up Time: 0d 0:13:52
Group Address
Members
230.0.0.9
14
*(Mbone)
Slot 1:5
Slot 1:2
Expire time
00:00:31
Counts
0 :: 0 S4
0 :: 0 S4
The output contains the following fields:
Field
Description
Group address
Multicast address used for the group. An asterisk
indicates the IP multicast address being monitored. If a
group has no members, the system forwards multicast
traffic for the group to the MBONE interface (the
default route).
Members
Interface ID of multicast group members.
Expire time
When this membership expires. The system sends out
IGMP queries every 60 seconds, so the expiration time
is usually renewed. If the expiration time is reached, the
system removes the entry from the table. If the field
contains periods, this membership never expires. A
string of periods means that the default route never
times out.
Counts
Number of packets forwarded to the client, the number
of packets dropped due to lack of resources, and the
state of the membership. The state is displayed for
debugging.
Example Display information about slots supporting IGMP clients:
admin> igmp slot
IGMP Client Slots
Shelf:Slot
1:8
1:5
1:2
Group
230.0.0.9
230.0.0.9
230.0.0.9
SendCount
0
0
0
The output contains the following fields:
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imagroups
Field
Description
Shelf:Slot
Shelf and slot card the MBONE connection is on.
Group
Interface number of connection.
SendCount
Number of packets sent across the interface.
Example Display information about multicast service profiles:
admin> igmp profile
IGMP Service Profiles
Service Name
: test
Filter Type
: MCAST_FILTER_INCLUSIVE
Filter List( Group Range) :
235.1.1.1 - 235.1.1.1 ( Count = 1 )
The output contains the following fields:
Field
Description
Service Name
Name of the multicast service profile.
Filter Type
Inclusive or exclusive multicast group filtering in the
named profile.
Filter List
Multicast group addresses to be filtered.
Example Display information about the current MBONE interface:
admin> igmp mbone
Mbone is currently:
Slot 1:8 ifNum = 1
imagroups
Description Displays the status of any groups of E1 or T1 interfaces configured in
inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) mode that are in use, free, or disabled, on any
line interface modules (LIMs) in a Stinger unit.
Permission level
Usage
system
imagroups [ -a | -d | -f | -u ]
Command element
Description
No options
Display the options for this command.
-a
Show all IMA groups.
-d
Show disabled groups.
-f
Show all free groups.
-u
Show groups that are in use.
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imalines
Example To display all IMA groups:
admin> imagroups -a
All IMA groups:
(dvOp
(Down
ima-co { 1 2 25 }
dvUpSt dvRq
Idle
UP
sAdm
UP
nailg)
100)
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Active indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be
nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal
operations mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations
and enter the down state.
Up specifies that the line should start up in normal
operations mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as
when a device is powering up or you change the desired state
on a running slot. Changing the desired state does not
automatically change a line to the desired state. It indicates that
an operation has been initiated that should change the Stinger
unit to the state desired.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
imalines
Description Displays the status of all T1 or E1 lines, or those that are in use, free, or
disabled, on any line interface modules (LIMs) in a Stinger unit.
Permission level system
Usage imalines [ -a | -d | -f | -u ]
Command element
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Description
No options
Display the options for this command.
-a
Show all inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) lines.
-d
Show disabled lines.
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imalines
Command element
Description
-f
Show all free lines.
-u
Show lines that are in use.
Example To display the status of all IMA lines:
admin> imalines -a
All IMA lines:
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(dvOp
(Up
(Up
(Up
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
dvUpSt
Assign
Assign
Assign
Idle
Idle
Idle
Idle
Idle
dvRq
UP
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
sAdm
UP
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
lMode
IMA
IMA
IMA
ATM
ATM
ATM
ATM
ATM
Nailg)
00101)
00101)
00101)
00104)
00105)
00106)
00107)
00108)
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Active indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be
nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal
operations mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations
and enter the down state.
Up specifies that the line should start up in normal
operations mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as
when a device is powering up or you change the desired state
on a running slot. Changing the desired state does not
automatically change a line to the desired state. It indicates that
an operation has been initiated that should change the Stinger
unit to the state desired.
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info
Field
Description
lMode
Interface mode:
IMA indicates an interface that is part of an IMA group.
ATM indicates a single, ungrouped interface.
Both IMA and ATM interface types can support
User-to-Network Interface (UNI) or Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) signaling.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
See Also imagroups
info
Description info displays system and controller information.
Permission level system on CM-v1 and MRT controllers
Permission level debug on CM-v2, CM-v2.1, IP2000, and IP2100 controllers
Usage info
Example With no arguments, info displays system and controller information.
admin> info
Platform
: Lucent Stinger FS
System Name
: Stinger1
Serial Number
: 1308432130
Software Version : TAOS 9.8.1 (stngrcm2)
Boot Version
: TAOS 9.8.1
Controller Role : Primary
Hardware revision: 2.2 Model E - IP (Version B) with gigE fiber interface.
info np conn
Description Displays the queue IDs for a connection. The queue IDs are listed under
the Principal DID list near the bottom of the command output.
Usage Use this command to display a connection’s traffic shaping parameters
on the IP2100
Example
The following command displays queue IDs related to a PPPoE session:
super> info np conn 1 1 18
Connection Handles
if
sh/sl act cPort dPort type
18
1/1 Y 000000 000000 LIM
Encaps: PPPoE - MTU=1492 (50)
uctl
0/149
udata
0/148
dctl
0/149
ddata
0/148
Control & Data Service Queues:
------------------------------
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info np mpm
ControlQID
Scheduler
272
CBR
Lport
CosQueue
0x0000
1
DataQID
Scheduler
276
CBR
Lport
CosQueue
0x0000
3
PDU Ids:
--------PduID
port
852099
0x0200
327812
0x0200
vpi/vci
0/149
0/148
VLAN Configuration
Tree
3072
3072
: Vlan is not enabled
Packet Flow configuration: No Packet Flow is attached
Multicast Configuration
: Multicast is not enabled
Bridge Configuration
: Bridging is not enabled
Filter Configuration
: No Filters applied
TCP Estab Outgoing Filter: Not enabled
QOS Configuration
Downstream
Upstream
:
: dn-q
: default
Principal DID List:
Did
Type
QId
cosId Cloned
---------- --------------- ---------- ----- -----2006
DATA_EX
277
1
No
55156
UNICAST
279
3
No
Layer 2 DID List: Empty
info np mpm
Description Displays the VLAN-MAC to port mapping table in the network
processor.
Permission level debug
Usage info np mpm
Example With no arguments, info np mpm displays VLAN ID, interface number of
the Gigabit Ethernet port, and the DID used to send a frame to the gateway and its
associated connection handle.
admin> info np mpm
MAC Address VlanID IfNum Did CnHdl
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info np qid
----------00:00:E2:19:BD:16
------ -----
---
-----
2111 33 572243 8894a240
info np qid
Description The debug-level command for displaying the queue. It contains the
configured traffic shaping parameters .
Permission level debug
Usage To access the debug environment, log in using the default super (super-user)
profile. For example:
admin> auth super
Password:
The default password for this account is Ascend. If the password has not been
changed, you should change it now to prevent unauthorized super-user access to the
system.
Example
super> info np qid 277
Type
CosId
Cos
1
SchedId
--
PIQ
0
BIQ
0
TS parameters: 00 0c 00 09 00 0c 48 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 18
-------------PCR interval
: 12 + 9/15 timeslots
SCR interval
: 12 + 72/127 timeslots
MBS
: 0 cells
SCR+PCR
: 24
TM parameters: 06 07 00 c8 00 c8 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
-------------MTU
: 1543 bytes
Queue Size
:
200 (Max 256-byte blocks in queue)
Scheduler Threshold :
200 (Max 256-byte blocks for scheduler)
Bridge Port
: 0x0
Dependencies The debug environment contains many hidden commands and
parameters that are not intended for general use.
inputrelaytest
Description The inputrelaytest command simulates the status of relays to
generate relay alarm and trap conditions for testing.
Permission level system
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inputrelaytest
Usage inputrelaytest [ -p | -i |
-m | -(0-7) | -t | -s -h]
Command element
Description
-p
Enables/disables the input relay alarm test. When you
have completed the test, you must enter the
inputrelaytest -p command again to return to
external input relay alarm mode.
-i
Reinitializes the test.
-m
-0
Toggles the close or open setting when you set an
individual relay.
Specifies that all relays are used for testing.
-(1 through 7)
Specifies an individual relay for testing.
-t
Shows the simulation test input relay status.
-s
Shows the external input relay status.
-h
Help
Example The following sample configure an alarm profile, configure a trap profile,
and runs an input relay test.
The following commands configure the unit to generate an alarm by illuminating the
major LED when the input relays are closed:
admin> new alarm relay
ALARM/relay read
admin> set enabled = yes
admin> set event = input-relay-closed
admin> set physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
admin> set action alarm-led-major = on
admin> write
ALARM/relay written
Example The following commands create the trap profile for the specified events:
admin> new trap relay
TRAP/relay read
admin> community-name = public
admin> host-address = 135.17.134.31
admin> host-port = 2345
Example The following commands enable the test mode:
admin> inputrelaytest -p
Test input relay alarm is enabled
Remember to run "inputrelaytest -p" again to return to external input relay
alarm mode when finish the test!
Example The following commands close all relays:
admin> inputrelaytest -m
Set relay CLOSED mode
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ipcache
admin> inputrelaytest -0
All test input relay closed
Example The following commands simulates an individual input relay, relay 1, as
open:
admin> inputrelaytest -m
Set relay OPEN mode
admin> inputrelaytest -1
Test input relay 1 open
Example The following sample command shows the status of the input relays:
admin> inputrelaytest -t
Test Input Relay Status
Item Status
-----------------------1
OPEN
2
OPEN
3
OPEN
4
OPEN
5
OPEN
6
OPEN
7
OPEN
Example The following command shows the status of the external input relays:
admin> inputrelaytest -s
External Input Relay Status
Item Status
-----------------------1
OPEN
2
OPEN
3
OPEN
4
OPEN
5
OPEN
6
OPEN
7
OPEN
ipcache
Description A utility that displays, debugs, enables, and disables the IP route cache.
Permission level
Usage
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system
ipcache [-r vroutername] cache | debug | disable | enable
Command element
Description
-r vroutername
Name of the virtual router (VRouter). If you do not
specify a name, the system uses the global VRouter.
cache
Display the cache.
debug
Enable or disable debugging
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ipcache
disable
Disable IP route cache routing on module. Enabled by
default. Available only on modules.
enable
Enable IP route cache routing on module. Available
only on modules.
Example To display output on the control module:
admin> ipcache cache
Hsh
Address
Gateway
Ifname
Sh/Sl/T
MTU
20
50.0.0.20
200.168.26.74
wan392
1/14/D
1524
40
20.0.0.40
20.0.0.40
ie1-3-1 1/3/S
1500
Cache Limit 0 Cache Count 2 Cache over limit 0 No.packets 9
Mem Usage: Allocated 1k bytes
Free block count 22
Field
Description
Hsh
Hash code.
Address
Destination IP address.
Gateway
IP address of the gateway.
Ifname
Interface name.
Sh/Sl/T
Sh is an abbreviation for shelf.
Sl is an abbreviation for slot.
Type (T) is either D (dynamic cache entry) or S (static cache
entry).
MTU
Maximum transmission unit.
MPath
Displays cache entries derived from multipath routes. If Y is
displayed, the route is listed.
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ip-pools
Example To display output on a module in slot 3:
admin> open 1 3
ether2-1/3> ipcache cache
Hsh
0
20
40
Address
99.1.1.1
50.0.0.20
20.0.0.40
Gateway
200.168.21.30
200.168.28.170
20.0.0.40
Sh/Sl/T
1/14/D
1/15/D
1/3 /S
Switched
0
85068
0
MTU
1524
1524
1500
MPath
Y/0.0.0.0/0
Y/0.0.0.0/0
N
See Also dumpcachestat, iproute
ip-pools
Description
Permission level
Usage ip-pools [-r VRoutername]
Command element
Description
-r VRoutername
To display IP pool information for a specific virtual
router (VRouter), replace VRoutername with the name
of a VRouter. If you do not specify a VRouter name,
the system assumes the global VRouter.
Example The following example displays the status of global address pools. The
output shows two configured pools, with the base address, address count, and
number of addresses in use for each pool:
admin> ip-pools
Pool#
1
2
Base
192.168.0.0
10.0.0.0
Count
10
1000
Number of remaining allocated addresses:
InUse
0
0
0
Example The following example is for a VRouter vrtr1:
admin> ip-pools vrtr1
Pool#
1
Base
20.0.0.0
Count
100
Number of remaining allocated addresses:
1-100
InUse
0
0
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ipportmap
ipportmap
Description Displays active User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and Transmission
Control Protocol (TCP) port mappings.
Permission level system
Usage ipportmap -c | -m
Argument
Description
-c
Display the cache state.
-m
Display current mappings.
Example To display the number of active ports:
admin> ipportmap -c
Port Counts
Active Ports: 18
Active UDP Ports: 17
Active TCP Ports: 1
IP Port Cache is ON
Example To display the protocol, IP address, shelf number, and slot number for each
port:
admin>
Port
23
11107
9212
1018
9213
9214
1019
3350
1701
1020
5150
161
123
7
520
1021
1022
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ipportmap -m
Proto
Addr
TCP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
127.0.0.1/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
UDP
0.0.0.0/32
Sh/Sl/ID/TAG
1/42/0 /0
1/7 /0 /ffffffff
1/7 /0 /ffffffff
1/7 /0 /ffffffff
1/42/0 /0
1/8 /0 /ffffffff
1/8 /0 /ffffffff
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
1/42/0 /0
Refcnt
1066
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
ICMPCB
803b4550
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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iproute
Description Enables you to manually add or delete IP routes. Changes to the
routing table do not persist across system resets.
Permission level system
Usage iproute
[add dest_IPaddr[/subnet_mask] gateway_IPaddr[/subnet_mask] [pref] [metric]
|delete dest_IPaddr/subnet_mask [gateway_IPaddr[/subnet_mask]]]
Command element
Description
add
Add an IP route to the routing table.
delete
Delete an IP route from the routing table.
dest_IPaddr/subnet_mask
Destination network address and optional
subnet mask (in bits). The default is 0.0.0.0/0.
gateway_IPaddr/subnet_mask
IP address of the router that can forward
packets to the destination network, and
optional subnet mask (in bits). The default is
0.0.0.0.
pref
Route preference. The default is 100.
metric
Virtual hop count of the route. You can enter a
value between 1 and 15. The default is 1.
Example To add a static IP route to the unit’s routing table, use the iproute add
command. For example, the following command adds a route to the 10.1.2.0
network, through the IP router located at 10.0.0.3/24. The metric to the route is 1
(one hop away).
admin> iproute add 10.1.2.0/24 10.0.0.3/24 1
If you try to add a route to a destination that is already in the routing table, the
Stinger unit replaces the existing route only if it has a higher metric than the route
you are attempting to add. If you get the message Warning: a better route appears
to exist, the Stinger unit has rejected your attempt to add a route.
Note Routing Information Protocol (RIP) updates can change the metric for the
route. Also, any routes you add with the add option are lost when you reset the
Stinger unit.
Example To remove a static IP route from the unit’s routing table, enter the
iproute delete command. For example, the following command removes the route
to the 10.1.2.0 network:
admin> iproute delete 10.1.2.0/24 10.0.0.3/24
Note RIP updates can add back any route you remove with delete option. Also, the
Stinger unit restores all routes listed in the ip-route profile after a system reset.
See Also ipcache
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isolate
isolate
Description Enables galvanic isolation tests for a range of line interface module
(LIM) ports or a list of individual ports.
Permission level system
Usage isolate shelf slot start-port - end-port | shelf slot p1 [p2. . . .]
Command element
Description
start-port
First port of the range to be tested
end-port
Last port of the range to be tested
p1 [p2. . . .]
List of ports to be tested
Example To test ports 1 through 10 for a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5:
admin> isolate 1 5 1 - 10
To test ports 3, 4, and 9 for a LIM in shelf 1, slot 5:
admin> isolate 1 5 3 4 9
See Also deisolate
L
lacp
Description The lacp command shows information about LACP control traffic and
LACP traffic that terminates on or originates from the Stinger system. These types of
traffic are not processed by the IP2100 network processor.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage lacp [options]
Option
Description
-d
Show current debug settings.
-d <level>
Set debug levels. <level> is a bitmask:
0x00 - none
0x01 - events
0x02 - cli
0x04 - timer
0x08 - packet
0x10 - timer detail
0x20 - sync
0x3f - all
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lacp
Option
Description
-a
Show all aggregators.
-a <group>
Show details of one aggregator identified by the ETHER-GROUP
profile.
-c
Show all channels.
-c <ifname>
Show details of one channel identified by its interface name.
-s
Show systemID.
-t d|c
Show or clear statistics for control module slow path traffic going in
and out of the LAG interface. This is traffic originated or terminated
on the control module CPU. Examples of such traffic include SNMP,
ARP, RADIUS, ICMP, and TELNET.
-t d: Display statistics.
-t c: Clear statistics.
-w
Invoke a wizard to audit your configuration.
-?
Display this summary.
Example For example, the following command displays all LAGs (also referred to as
Aggregators) in the Stinger system:
super> lacp -a
% Aggregator agg1 1000000
% Admin Key: 0001 - Oper Key 0001
%
Link: ie2 (2) sync: 1
%
Link: ie1 (1) sync: 1
The following command shows information only about LAG #1:
super> lacp -a 1
% Aggregator agg1 1000000 Admin Key: 0001 - Oper Key 0001 Partner LAG:
0x20f4,00-e0-2b-8e-1e-00 Partner Oper Key 0029
%
Link: ie2 (2) sync: 1
%
Link: ie1 (1) sync: 1
Example The following command shows all links contained in LAGs. The interface
names ie1 and ie2 are the first and second Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.
super> lacp -c
Aggregated Links:
=================
% Aggregator agg1 1000000
% Admin Key: 0001 - Oper Key 0001
% Collecting link count: 2 - Distributing link count: 2
% Individual: 0 - Ready: 1
% Partner LAG- 0x20f4,00-e0-2b-8e-1e-00
%
Link: ie2 (2) sync: 1
%
Link: ie1 (1) sync: 1
Orphan Links:
=============
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lacp
The following command shows information about the link on the interface named
ie1 (the first Gigabit Ethernet interface). You can obtain interface names in the
output of the ifmgr -d command..
super> lacp -c ie1
% LACP link info: ie1 - 1
% LAG ID:
0xffff,00-c0-7b-43-f2-8a
% Partner oper LAG ID: 0x0000,00-e0-2b-8e-1e-00
% Actor priority: 0xffff (65535)
% Admin key: 0x0001 (1) Oper key: 0x0001 (1)
% Receive machine state : Current
% Periodic Transmission machine state : Fast periodic
% Mux machine state : Collecting/Distributing
% Oper state:
ACT:1 TIM:0 AGG:1 SYN:1 COL:1 DIS:1 DEF:0 EXP:0
% Partner oper state: ACT:1 TIM:1 AGG:1 SYN:1 COL:1 DIS:1 DEF:0 EXP:0
% Partner link info: admin port 0
% Partner oper port: 29
% Partner admin LAG ID: 0x0000-00:00:00:00:0000
% Admin state:
ACT:1 TIM:0 AGG:1 SYN:0 COL:0 DIS:0 DEF:1 EXP:0
% Partner admin state: ACT:1 TIM:0 AGG:1 SYN:0 COL:0 DIS:0 DEF:1 EXP:0
% Partner system priority - admin:0x8000 - oper:0x20f4
% Aggregator ID: 1000000s
Example The next command displays the LACP system ID:
super> lacp -s
% System ffff,00-c0-7b-43-f2-8a
Example The following command invokes a wizard that audits your LACP system
configuration. The following output indicates that the configuration passes the audit:
super> lacp -w
LACP Configuration Audit:
=========================
-- Link Aggregation Groups: -o LAG 1:
- port { shelf-1 first-control-module 2 }
- port { shelf-1 first-control-module 3 }
The following output indicates that an error was found:
super> lacp -w
LACP Configuration Audit:
=========================
-- No Link Aggregation Group. -The possible error messages are as follows:
WARNING: this LAG only has 1 port. It will only be activated once it has 2
ports.
ERROR : Ethernet port { shelf-1 first-control-module 3 }, ether-group 1
missing ETHER-GROUP profile
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line
ERROR : Ethernet port { shelf-1 first-control-module 3 }, ether-group 1
missing LAG ETHERNET profile { shelf-1 slot-ether-group 1 }
WARNING: Ethernet port { shelf-1 first-control-module 3 }, ether-group 1
ETHER-GROUP disabled
Example The following command displays statistics about slow path traffic through
the IP2100 network processor. A distribution discard in the slow path statistics indicates
that the system tried to send a slow path packet (for instance a RIP packet) but it was
dropped because none of the ports in the LAG was in the distributing state.
super> lacp -t d
Slow Path Traffic Statistics:
=============================
NB: Link Aggregation Control or Marker frames are not accounted for here.
o LAG 1:
distribution discards:
2
- port { shelf-1 first-control-module 2 }
distributed frames:
12
collected frames:
4
- port { shelf-1 first-control-module 3 }
distributed frames:
20
collected frames:
8
line
Description Specifies that the upper-right or lower-right portion of the status
window (or both) displays line and channel status information. If the status window
is not already displayed, this command opens it with the connection status
information displayed.
Permission level system
Usage line all | enabled | top | bottom
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Command element
Description
all
Display status information about all lines.
enabled
Display status information only about enabled lines.
top
Display line status in the upper portion of the status
window.
bottom
Display line status in the lower portion of the status
window (the default).
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line
Example To display line status information in the upper part of the status window:
admin> line top
2 Connections
001 tomw TCP 1/7/14 19200
002 timl TCP 1/7/3 56000
SanFran+ 1/13/8
Berkeley 1/01/04
1/01/05
Clevela+ 1/01/01
Oakland 1/01/02
RA I........ ........ ......
RA N........ ........ ......
RA T........ ........ ......
RA T........ ........ ......
RA S........ ........ ......
M: 48 L: info Src: shelf-1/controller
Issued: 16:48:02, 09/27/2002
[Next/Last Conn
<dn/up arw>, Next?Last Page: <pg dn/up>, Exit: <esc>]
Line status information includes the following identifiers and codes:
A line identifier in shelf/slot/line format.
A two-character code indicating the line’s link status.
A single-character code indicating channel status. For Signaling System 7 (SS7)
data trunk, this character code is always 7.
Following are the link-status codes:
Link-status code
Description
LS (UDS3 lines)
Loss of signal. No signal has been detected.
LF (UDS3 lines)
Loss of frame. A signal is present but is not valid for
framing.
RA
Red Alarm. The line is not connected, or it is improperly
configured, experiencing a very high error rate, or
supplying inadequate synchronization.
YA
Yellow Alarm. The Stinger unit is receiving a Yellow
Alarm pattern, which indicates that the other end of the
line cannot recognize the signals the Stinger unit is
transmitting.
DF
D-channel fail. The D channel for a PRI line is not
currently communicating.
1S
All ones. The network is sending a keepalive signal to the
Stinger unit to indicate that the line is currently
inoperative.
DS
Disabled. The line might be physically connected, but the
profile specifies that it is inactive.
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list
Following are the channel-status codes:
Channel status code
Description
.
The channel is not available for one of the following
reasons:
The line is disabled.
The channel has no physical link or does not exist.
The channel configuration specifies that the channel
is unused.
The channel is reserved for framing.
*
The channel is connected in a current call.
-
The channel is currently idle, but in service.
c
The channel is currently not available because it is in the
process of clearing the most recent call, or because it is in
the process of sending echo cancellation tones to receive
a call.
d
The Stinger unit is dialing from this channel for an
outgoing call.
r
The channel is ringing for an incoming call.
m
The channel is in maintenance/backup mode (ISDN and
SS7 only).
n
The channel is dedicated (nailed).
o
The channel is out of service (ISDN and SS7 only).
s
The channel is an active D channel (ISDN only).
See Also connection, log, view
list
Description Lists the contents of the current or specified context in the working
profile. Listing a subprofile changes the current context to that subprofile. Specifying
two periods (..) as the command argument changes the current context back to one
level higher in the working profile (making the subprofile inactive). The list
command works only on the working profile.
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list
Usage list [..] [param-name [param-index] [subprofile]]
Command element
Description
.. (two periods)
Close the current subprofile, return to the previous
higher context, and list it.
You can also enter list .. with the name of a
subprofile from the higher context—for example,
list .. ip-options. In this way the single entry of
the command switches the context and lists the
specified subprofile.
param-name
List a parameter in the current context. If the
parameter is in a subprofile, you must specify the
subprofile name first.
param-index
List complex parameters that have an index. For
example, the interface-address parameter contains
both the physical-address and logical-item
indexes.
subprofile
List the contents of a subprofile that is visible in the
current context, and make that subprofile the current
context.
Example To make a connection profile named dallas the working profile:
admin> read connection dallas
To list its contents:
admin> list
[in CONNECTION/dallas]
station*=dallas
active=yes
encapsulation-protocol=atm
called-number-type=national
dial-number=85283
clid=""
ip-options={ yes yes 1.1.1.1/8 0.0.0.0/0 7 100 255 no no 0 +
session-options={ "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 "" }
telco-options={ ans-and-orig no off 1 no no 64k-clear 0 "" "" +
usrRad-options={ global 0.0.0.0 1646 "" 1 acct-base-10 }
calledNumber=""
To list the ip-options subprofile:
admin> list ip-options
[in CONNECTION/dallas:ip-options]
ip-routing-enabled=yes
vj-header-prediction=yes
remote-address=0.0.0.0/0
local-address=0.0.0.0/0
routing-metric=7
preference=100
down-preference=255
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private-route=no
temporary-route=no
ip-direct=0.0.0.0
rip=routing-off
client-default-gateway=0.0.0.0
if-remote-address=0.0.0.0
tos-options={ no 00 normal input }
source-ip-check=no
To return to the top-level context of the profile:
admin> list ..
To use the list command to display the telco-options subprofile:
admin> list .. telco
[in CONNECTION/dallas:telco-options]
answer-originate=ans-and-orig
nailed-groups=1
force-56kbps=no
data-service=56k-restricted
call-by-call=0
billing-number=""
transit-number=""
The list command works only on the working profile. To make an existing profile
the working profile, use the read command. When you create a new profile, it
becomes the working profile automatically.
See Also dir, get, read, new, set, write
load
Description Uploads a code image to flash memory or runs a remote configuration
script. The code image or script can be located on the disk of the PC you are using for
the terminal session with the Stinger unit, on a network host that supports Trivial
File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), or on the PCMCIA flash memory card file system of the
control module.
Permission level update
Usage load [-v] [-l] [-t] [-e password] load-type [subtype] source
[target-device]
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Command element
Description
-v
Display verbose output for configuration loads.
-l
Load the code to the local controller only and do not
transfer the image to the peer.
-t
Load the peer control module as well as the current
control module.
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Command element
Description
-e
Password to generate a key for encryption or
decryption. This option supports only a load type of
config using a source of network.
password
load-type
Type of the image to upload. If no load type is
specified, the load types that reside on the source
device are loaded. Following are valid values:
config—Configuration file
file—Generic file.
boot-cm—Control module boot image.
tar—Software binaries.
gzip—Compressed binaries.
cm—Control module image.
cm-v2—Code for the new control modules.
cm-ip21—Code for the IP2100 control module.
sdsl-atm—Code for an SDSL LIM.
sdsl-atm-v2—Code for version 2 SDSL LIM.
dadsl-atm-24—Code for a 24-port ADSL LIM.
glite-atm-48—Code for an ADSL 48-port G.lite
LIM.
hdsl2—Code for a 32-port LIM.
t1000—Code for T1000 module.
ima—Code for a 24-port or 8-port inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) T1 or E1 module.
stngridsl—Not supported.
48-dmt-atm—Code for a 48-port annex A LIM.
48b-dmt-atm—Code for a 48-port annex B LIM.
shdsl—Code for an SHDSL LIM.
72-ct-dmt-atm—Code for the Centillium based
72-port annex A ADSL LIM.
vdsl—Not supported.
ep-gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for the enhanced
processor ADSL2+ capable LIMs.
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Command element
Description
ep-hs-gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for a 48-port or
72-port high-bandwidth LIM.
gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for the Globespan
based ADSL2+ capable LIMs
fet—Code for the Fast Ethernet trunk module
olim—Code for the 6-port OLIM.
crt-cm—Code for the Stinger CR COP module.
gecrt-cm—Code for the GE COP module.
golim—Code for the Gigabit Ethernet OLIM.
geb-gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for the Gigabit
Ethernet ADSL IP LIM.
subtype
Subtype of the image. Following are valid values:
normal—Regular image. The default.
debug—Debugging image.
diagnostic—Diagnostic image.
source
Location from which the file is loaded. Following are
valid values:
network host filename—After typing the word
network, you can specify a hostname or IP
address and path to the file on a TFTP host.
console [filename]—The PC connected to the
Stinger unit via the serial port.
flash device filename—The flash card number
and filename of the configuration file. Multiple
filenames are allowed for network tar loads.
target-device
Name of the PCMCIA flash card to load. Following
are valid device names:
[flash-card-]1 (the default)
[flash-card-]2
The device names can be abbreviated as 1 and 2. You
need not specify a target device if the load type is
config.
Example To load a configuration file named unit.cfg from network host 10.8.7.2
to flash card 1:
admin> load config network 10.8.7.2 /unit.cfg
Example To load Stinger control module image stngrtcm.ffs from a TFTP server
pclab-20 and copy the image to the peer control module:
admin> load -t cm network pclab-20 stngrtcm.ffs
loading code from 207.137.197.90
file stngrtcm.ffs...
done.
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load
Attempting to write image(s) to other controller
Trying device 1 of remote controller first
Transferring 1/current/stngrtcm.ffs ...
done.
1 image successfully transferred
Example To load Stinger tar image stngrrel.tar from TFTP server pclab-20 and
copy all images to the secondary control module:
admin> load -t tar network pclab-20 stngrrel.tar
loading code from 207.137.197.90
file stngrrel.tar...
untaring and loading image for...
cm (stngrcm/stngrcm.ffs)...
sdsl-atm-card (stngrcsdsl/stngrcsdsl.ffs)...
al-dmtadsl-atm-card (stngrcaldsl/stngrcaldsl.ffs)...
done.
Attempting to write image(s) to other controller
Trying device 1 of remote controller first
Attempting to transfer all loads
Transferring 1/current/stngrcm.ffs ...
done.
Transferring 1/current/stngrcsdsl.ffs ...
done.
Transferring 1/current/stngrcaldsl.ffs ...
done.
3 images successfully transferred
Example To load the unitrel.tar file from a network host named host1:
admin> load tar network host1 unitrel.tar
Dependencies Consider the following:
A load operation and a loadmate operation cannot be run simultaneously.
You can set parameters in the load-select profile to specify which control
module images to load to flash memory when you use a load tar command. An
explicit load command for a particular module type overrides the settings in the
load-select profile. The load command supports type checking to verify that the
load type specified on the command line matches the image header.
If you are using an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) virtual channel
connection (VCC) as an inband management channel, you must be careful when
downloading a configuration file using the load configuration command.
A connection profile and an associated atm-qos profile define each management
channel. If the management channel’s connection profile or atm-qos profile
stored in the Stinger unit is different from the profile defined in the configuration
file, the inband management channel might be disconnected during the load.
If the connection profile and associated atm-qos profile are different, to
successfully load the configuration proceed as follows:
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Delete the connection profile and associated atm-qos profile from the
configuration file.
b
Load the modified configuration file.
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c
Using the command-line interface, change the connection profile and
associated atm-qos profile to match the profiles that were in the original
configuration file.
If there is no difference between the profiles, no special action is needed.
See Also dircode, format, fsck, save
loadmate
Description Loads code images from one control module to the other. The
command can be entered from either the primary control module or the secondary
control module
Permission level update
Usage loadmate [load-type] [subtype] source-device [target-device]
[filename]
Command element
Description
load-type
Type of image to transfer. If no load type is specified,
then all load types that reside on the source device
are transferred. Following are valid values:
file—Generic file.
boot-cm—Control module boot image.
cm—Control module image.
cm-v2—Code for the new control modules.
cm-ip21—Code for the IP2100 control module.
sdsl-atm—Code for an SDSL LIM.
sdsl-atm-v2—Code for version 2 SDSL LIM.
dadsl-atm-24—Code for a 24-port ADSL LIM.
glite-atm-48—Code for an ADSL 48-port G.lite
LIM.
hdsl2—Code for a 32-port LIM.
t1000—Code for T1000 module.
ima—Code for a 24-port or 8-port inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) T1 or E1 module.
stngridsl—Not supported.
48-dmt-atm—Code for a 48-port annex A LIM.
48b-dmt-atm—Code for a 48-port annex B LIM.
shdsl—Code for an SHDSL LIM.
72-ct-dmt-atm—Code for the Centillium based
72-port annex A ADSL LIM.
32-dmt-aslam—Not supported.
vdsl—Not supported.
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Command element
Description
ep-gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for the enhaced
processor ADSL2+ capable LIMs.
ep-hs-gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for a 48-port or
72-port high-bandwidth LIM.
gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for the Globespan
based ADSL2+ capable LIMs
fet—Code for the Fast Ethernet trunk module
olim—Code for the 6-port OLIM.
crt-cm—Code for the Stinger CR COP module.
gecrt-cm—Code for the GE COP module.
golim—Code for the Gigabit Ethernet OLIM.
geb-gs-adsl2plus-atm—Code for the Gigabit
Ethernet ADSL IP LIM.
subtype
Subtype of the image. Following are valid values:
normal—Regular image (default).
debug—Debugging image.
diagnostic—Diagnostic image.
source-device
Either of the following:
Boot image number (1 or 2) on the source control
module for boot images. If no boot number is
specified, then boot image 2 is used as the default.
PCMCIA flash memory card number of the
source control module for nonboot images.
target-device
PCMCIA flash memory card number of the
destination control module for nonboot images. This
value must be specified for nonboot images, but is not
used for boot images.
filename
Name of the file when the load type is file.
Example To copy the control module’s software image from flash card 1 of the
control module in slot 8 to flash card 1 of the control module in slot 9, enter the
following command on the control module in slot 8:
admin> loadmate cm 1 1
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loadslave
Example To copy boot image 2 on the control module in slot 8 to the onboard flash
memory of the control module in slot 9, enter the following command on the control
module in slot 8:
admin> loadmate boot
Example To transfer all images of any known load type on flash card 1 of the control
module in slot 9 to flash card 2 of the control module in slot 8, enter the following
command on the control module in slot 9:
admin> loadmate 1 2 (executed)
Dependencies A load and loadmate operation or two loadmate operations cannot
be run simultaneously. Both control modules must be running TAOS release 7.11.2
or later.
See Also dircode, format, fsck, load, save
loadslave
Description Loads software to a remote shelf from the host’s flash memory. Use of
this command is usually optional, because the system performs this function
automatically in most cases. For details, see the documentation on hosted operation
of remote shelves.
Permission level system
Usage loadslave shelf image
Field
Description
shelf
Specify the shelf ID of the remote shelf.
image
Specify the number of the file to load as shown in the following list:
1
cmb.bin
Bootloader image 1.
2
dcmb.bin
Bootloader image 2.
3
cm.ffs
Operational (runtime) software
Example Before resetting the host, use the loadslave command to transfer the
upgraded operational code to each remote shelf. For example, the following
commands load the boot code to shelves 2, 3, and 4:
HOST> loadslave 2 3
HOST> loadslave 3 3
HOST> loadslave 4 3
Dependencies This command is functional only within a multishelf configuration.
To upgrade the shelves manually, the loadslave command must be entered before
resetting the host. (After the reset, system automatically upgrades remote shelves
with older software.)
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log
Description Specifies that the upper-right or lower-right portion of the status
window (or both) must display a message from the Stinger unit’s log buffer that
contains the most recent system events. If the status window is not already displayed,
this command opens it with the connection status information displayed.
The log profile controls whether logs are sent to a syslog host, as well as how many
logs are stored in the Stinger unit’s buffer. The number of events stored in the log is
set by the save-number parameter.
Permission level system
Usage log [top | bottom | [-p -r -t]]
Command element
Description
top
Display the log in the upper-right portion of the
status window.
bottom
Display the log in the lower-right portion of the
status window.
-p
Print the contents of the system log to screen, with
the most recent entry first.
-r
Print the contents of the system log in reverse order,
with the oldest log entry first
-t
Truncate the command output to the screen width.
Many log entries are longer than the standard
80 characters of terminal output. This option
truncates the output of the command to the screen
width as defined by the current width set by the
screen command.
-d
Delete log-entry profiles.
Example To display the system log with the most recent log entry first:
admin> log -p
Time
Date
11:11:25 10/16/2002
11:11:20 10/16/2002
11:11:20 10/16/2002
11:10:15 10/16/2002
11:10:10 10/16/2002
11:10:10 10/16/2002
11:10:10 10/16/2002
11:10:10 10/16/2002
11:10:10 10/16/2002
Source
shelf-1/controller
shelf-1/slot-10
shelf-1/slot-10
shelf-1/controller
shelf-1/slot-5
shelf-1/slot-5
shelf-1/slot-5
shelf-1/slot-5
shelf-1/slot-5
Level
notice
info
info
notice
notice
notice
notice
notice
notice
Description
Slot 1/10, state UP 2
Software version 9.0.0
Card serial number 91469
Slot 1/5, state UP 2
100BaseT: Link down
ie1-5-3: Link down
ie1-5-2: Link down
ie1-5-1: Link down
ie1-5-1: Link down
To display the event log in the lower portion of the status window:
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admin> log bottom
2 Connections
001 tomw TCP 1/7/14 19200
002 timl TCP 1/7/3 56000
Status
Serial number: 6201732
Rx Pkt:
Tx Pkt:
Col:
Version: 1.0F
11185897
42460
129
12/26/2002 12:20:15
Up:
3 days, 21:47:32
M: 29 L: info Src: shelf-1/controller
Issued: 16:48:02, 09/27/2002
[Next/Last Conn <dn/up arw>, Next?Last Page: <pg dn/up>, Exit: <esc>]
The first line of the event-log window shows the log entry number (M:00 through
M:N, where N is set in the save-number parameter of the log profile), the level of
message, and the device on which the event occurred. The last line shows the date
and time when the event occurred.
The message levels are as follows:
Message level
Description
emergency
A failure or major error has occurred, and normal operation is
doubtful.
alert
A failure or major error has occurred, but normal operation can
probably continue.
critical
An interface has gone down, or there has been a security error.
error
Something that should not occur has occurred.
warning
Something out of the ordinary, such as a login failure due to an
invalid username or password, has happened in otherwise
normal operations.
notice
Something of interest, such as a link going up or down, has
happened during normal operation.
info
A change in state or status was noticed. Such messages are not
of general interest.
debug
The message is of interest only if you are debugging a
configuration.
The text of the most recent message is displayed in the middle of the window. You
can press the Up-Arrow key to see previous messages, and return to more recent
messages by pressing the Down-Arrow key.
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Following are some sample informational messages:
Information message
Description
48 out of 48 modems
passed POST
All of the modems on a card passed the power-on
self test (POST).
Incoming call
A call has been received but not yet routed.
Outgoing call
The unit has dialed a call.
Added Bandwidth
The unit has added bandwidth to an active call.
Ethernet up
The Ethernet interface has been initialized and is
running.
LAN session up
A Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) session has been
established.
LAN session down
A PPP session has been terminated.
Assigned to port
The unit has determined the assignment of an
incoming call to a digital modem or High-Level Data
Link Control (HDLC) channel.
Call Terminated
An active call was disconnected normally, although
not necessarily by operator command.
Removed Bandwidth
The unit has removed bandwidth from an active
call.
RADIUS config error
The unit has detected an error in the configuration
of a RADIUS user profile.
Requested Service
Not Authorized
This message appears in the terminal server
interface if the user requests a service not
authorized by the RADIUS server.
Following are some sample warning messages:
Warning message
Description
Network problem
The call setup was faulty because of problems in the
WAN or in the line profile configuration. The D channel
might be getting an error message from the switch, or the
telephone company might be experiencing a problem.
Call disconnected
The call has ended unexpectedly.
Far end hung up
The remote end terminated the call normally.
Press the Escape key to display a prompt below the status window.
See Also connection, log (profile), view
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ls
Description Shows the contents of any PCMCIA flash memory card directory:
filename, subtype, status, size, creation date, the amount of space currently in use,
and the amount of space available on the card.
Permission level system
Usage ls [socket[/path]]
Command element
Description
socket
Flash card number
/path
Subdirectory on the flash card
Example To list the contents of the flash card on the current control module:
admin> ls
ls Flash card 1:
/:
current/
z/
/current:
stngrcm.ffs
stngrrsdsl.ffs
stngrt1000.ffs
/z:
save.conf
Total space:
used:
free:
0 Mon Jun
0 Mon Jun
9 16:40:50 2003
9 16:42:18 2003
4477734 Tue Jul 1 10:00:24 2003 Version 9.5-206.0e0
1013721 Tue Jul 1 10:00:40 2003 Version 9.5-206.0e0
1314833 Tue Jul 1 10:01:02 2003 Version 9.5-206.0e0
1439600 Fri Jun 27 16:45:56 2003
31997952 bytes
8347648 bytes
23650304 bytes
See Also cat, mkdir, mv, rm
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M
macLimitInfo
Description Displays the status of the MAC learning.
Permission level system
Usage macLimitInfo
Port#
Configured-Limit
Current-Count
State
-----
----------------
-------------
--------
1
0
10
Learning
2
0
0
Learning
3
0
0
Learning
4
0
1
Learning
5
0
0
Learning
6
0
0
Learning
7
0
0
Learning
8
0
0
Learning
9
0
0
Learning
10
0
0
Learning
mcacStats
Description Shows Multicast CAC statistics.
Permission level system
Usage mcacStats
Example To show mutlicast CAC statistics:
admin> mcacStats
mkdir
Description Creates a new directory on a PCMCIA flash memory card.
Permission level system
Usage mkdir socket/path
Command element
Description
socket
Flash card number
/path
Subdirectory on the flash card
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mprt
Example To create the directory test on flash card 1:
admin> mkdir 1/test
See Also cat, ls, mv, rm
mprt
Description Displays multipath routes.
Permission level system
Usage mprt [-l]
Command element
Description
-l
Display page-by-page output.
Example To list multipath routes page by page:
admin> mprt -l
MP Route Gateway
1.1.1.1/32
200.200.200.3
200.200.200.2
200.200.200.4
200.200.200.5
200.200.200.6
200.200.200.7
200.200.200.8
200.200.200.9
200.200.200.10
200.200.200.11
200.200.200.12
200.200.200.13
200.200.200.14
200.200.200.15
200.200.200.16
200.200.200.17
200.200.200.18
200.200.200.19
200.200.200.20
200.200.200.1
200.200.200.21
200.200.200.22
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mspdimage
Description This command is used to download MSPD tarball to MSPD LIM.
Permission level System
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mv
Usage mspdimage <-option>
Command element
Description
-d <slot>
Download image to slot
mv
Description Moves a file or directory from one file or directory to another on a
PCMCIA flash memory card.
Permission level system
Usage mv socket1/path1 socket2/path2
Command element
Description
socket1
Number of the flash card on which path1 is found.
socket2
Number of the flash card on which path2 is found.
path1
File and/or directory to be moved.
path2
File and/or directory that replaces path1.
Note You cannot move a file or directory from one flash card to another with the mv
command.
Example To replace the /test1 directory on flash card 1 with the /test2 directory:
admin> mv 1/test1 1/test2
See Also cat, ls, mkdir, rm
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N
netstat
Description Displays the Stinger interface and routing tables, protocol statistics, and
active sockets.
Permission level system
Usage netstat [-i] [-g] [-r[host]] [?] [-n | -d][-s identifiers][-z]
Command element
Description
No options
Display User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) statistics.
-i
Display the IP interface table.
-g
Display interfaces bound to soft IP addresses.
-r host
Display the IP routing table. You can specify a
hostname after the –r option to display the routing
table entry for that host.
-?
Display a usage summary.
-n
Display numeric addresses rather than symbolic names
(the default).
-d
Display symbolic names rather than numeric addresses.
-s identifiers
Display protocol statistics. If no identifiers follow the –s
option, all protocol statistics are printed. If you specify
one or more identifiers, they determine the type of
protocol statistics to display. Following are the valid
protocol identifiers:
udp
tcp
icmp
ip
igmp
mcast
-z
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Display zombie routes created for Routing Information
Protocol (RIP). Zombie routes are those that have been
deleted from the main routing table and are advertised
with an infinite metric (16) for a period of 2 minutes to
cause neighboring routers to flush this route from their
tables.
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netstat
Example To display both UDP and TCP statistics, do not specify any options:
admin> netstat
udp:
-Socket- Local Port InQLen
1/c
0
1023
0
1/c
1
route
0
1/c
2
echo
0
1/c
3
ntp
0
1/c
4
1022
0
1/c
5
snmp
0
1/1
0
1
0
1/1
1
1018
0
1/3
0
3
0
1/3
1
1021
0
1/5
0
5
0
1/5
1
1020
0
tcp:
Socket Local
1/c 0
*.23
1/c 1
10.2.3.114.23
InQMax
1
0
32
32
128
128
256
128
256
128
256
128
InQDrops
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Remote
*.*
15.5.248.121.44581
Total Rx
0
25
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
State
LISTEN
ESTABLISHED
The display fields contain the following information:
Field
Description
Socket
Shelf, slot, and socket corresponding to a local UDP or TCP port.
Local Port
Port on which the Stinger unit is listening for UDP packets.
InQLen
Number of packets in the input queue for the socket. The packets
are waiting to be processed.
InQMax
Maximum number of packets that can reside in the input queue for
the socket. A value of 0 (zero) means no limit. The Stinger unit
drops excess packets.
InQDrops
Number of packets dropped from the input queue because the value
of InQMax was reached.
Total Rx
Total number of packets received on the socket, including dropped
packets.
Local
Local IP address and port for a TCP session. For example, in the
value 10.2.3.114.23, 10.2.3.114 specifies the IP address and 23
specifies the port for a TCP session. If the address portion contains
only an asterisk (*), the Stinger unit is listening for the start of a TCP
session.
Remote
Remote IP address and port for a TCP session. For example, in the
value 15.5.248.121.44581, 15.5.248.121 specifies the IP address
and 44581 specifies the port for a TCP session. If the specification
contains only asterisks (*.*), the Stinger unit is listening for the start
of a TCP session.
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netstat
Field
Description
State
State of the session. Following are the possible state values:
CLOSED—The socket is not in use.
LISTEN—The socket is listening for incoming connections. Note
that no session is associated with the LISTEN state, because this
state precedes the establishment of a TCP session.
SYN_SENT—The socket is trying to establish a connection.
SYN_RECEIVED—The connection is being synchronized.
ESTABLISHED—The connection is established.
CLOSE_WAIT—The remote side has shut down the connection,
and the Stinger unit is waiting for the socket to close.
FIN_WAIT_1—The socket is closed, and the Stinger unit is
shutting down the connection.
CLOSING—The socket is closed. The Stinger unit is waiting for
acknowledgment that the remote end has shut down.
LAST_ACK—The remote end has shut down and closed the
socket, and it is waiting for an acknowledgment from the
Stinger unit.
FIN_WAIT_2—The socket is closed, and the Stinger unit is waiting
for the remote end to shut down the connection.
TIME_WAIT—The socket is closed, and the Stinger unit is waiting
for a remote-shutdown retransmission.
For UDP, netstat reports the following services:
Service
UDP port number
Route
520
Echo
7
NTP
123
SNMP
161
SNMPTrap
162
For TCP, netstat reports the following services:
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Service
TCP port number
telnet
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netstat
Example The Stinger interface table shows the address of each interface. To display
the Stinger interface table, specify the -i option:
admin> netstat -i
The entries in the interface table associated with the Stinger Ethernet interfaces use
the following naming convention, where ie stands for interface ethernet:
ie[shelf]-[slot]-[item]
For example, the following output shows a four-port Ethernet module in slot 13:
Name
ie0
lo0
rj0
bh0
wan4
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-2
ie1-12-3
ie1-12-4
MTU
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
Net/Dest
12.65.212.0/24
127.0.0.1/32
127.0.0.2/32
127.0.0.3/32
10.122.99.1
11.168.6.0/24
10.122.72.0/24
10.122.73.0/24
10.122.74.0/24
Address
12.65.212.227
127.0.0.1
127.0.0.2
127.0.0.3
11.168.6.227
10.122.72.1
10.122.73.1
10.122.74.1
Ipkts Ierr Opkts
107219
0 54351
4867
0 4867
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
430276 651
0
0
0
0
0
0 3142
0
0 3141
Oerr
0
0
0
0
0
0
3144
0
0
The fields in the interface table contain the following information:
Field
Description
Name
Name of the interface must be one of the following:
ie0 or ie[shelf]-[slot]-[item]—Indicates an Ethernet
interface.
lo0—Indicates a loopback interface.
rj0—Indicates a reject interface, used in network
summarization.
bh0—Indicates a blackhole interface, used in network
summarization. (Blackhole routes are used to ensure that
illegal internet traffic does not pass a firewall.)
wanN—Indicates a WAN connection, displayed in this report
as it becomes active.
wanabe—Indicates an inactive RADIUS dialout profile.
MTU
Maximum transmission unit, the maximum packet size allowed
on the interface.
Net/Dest
Network or the target host this interface can reach.
Address
Address of this interface.
Ipkts
Number of packets received.
Ierr
Number of packets that contain errors.
Opkts
Number of packets transmitted.
Oerr
Number of transmitted packets that contain errors.
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netstat
Example To display the routing table, specify the -r option. For example:
admin> netstat -r
Destination
0.0.0.0/0
10.0.0.0/24
10.0.100.0/24
10.0.200.0/24
10.122.72.0/24
10.122.72.1/32
10.122.73.0/24
10.122.73.1/32
10.122.74.1/32
10.122.99.0/24
10.122.99.1/32
127.0.0.1/32
127.0.0.2/32
127.0.0.3/32
11.0.2.0/24
11.168.6.0/24
11.168.6.0/24
11.168.6.0/24
11.168.6.0/24
Gateway
206.65.212.1
11.168.6.249
11.168.6.86
11.168.6.86
10.122.99.1
10.122.99.1
11.168.6.249
11.168.6.116
11.168.6.142
11.168.6.96
IF
ie0
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-2
lo0
ie1-12-3
lo0
lo0
wan4
wan4
local
rj0
bh0
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-1
ie1-12-1
Flg
SG
RGT
RGT
RGT
C
CP
C
CP
CP
SG
S
CP
CP
CP
RGT
C
*RGTM
*RGTM
*RGTM
Pref Metric Use
100
100
100
100
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
0
0
0
100
0
100
100
100
1
3
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
0
0
0
2
0
8
8
8
4891
0
0
0
3141
0
3140
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
14589
0
0
0
Age
48630
9236
48601
48601
48630
48630
48630
48630
48630
48630
48630
48672
48672
48672
48626
48630
48606
48610
48624
The fields in the routing table contain the following information:
1-128
Field
Description
Destination
Route’s target address. To send a packet to this address, the
Stinger unit uses this route. If the target address appears more
than once in the routing table, the Stinger unit uses the most
specific route (having the largest subnet mask) that matches
that address.
Gateway
Next hop router that can forward packets to the given
destination. Direct routes (without a gateway) show a hyphen
in this field.
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netstat
Field
Description
IF
Name of the interface through which to send packets over this
route:
ie0 or ie[shelf]-[slot]-[item]—Indicates an Ethernet
interface.
lo0—Indicates a loopback interface.
rj0—Indicates a reject interface, used in network
summarization.
bh0—Indicates a blackhole interface, used in network
summarization. (Blackhole routes are used to ensure that
illegal internet traffic does not pass a firewall).
wanN—Indicates a WAN connection, entered as it becomes
active.
wanabe—Indicates an inactive RADIUS dialout profile.
local—Indicates a single route targeted at the local
machine.
Flg
One or more of the following flags:
C—A directly connected route, such as Ethernet
I—An Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) redirect
dynamic route
N—A route placed in the table via SNMP MIB II
R—A route learned from RIP
r—A transient RADIUS-like route
S —A static route
?—A route of unknown origin, which indicates an error
G—An indirect route via a gateway
P—A private route
T—A temporary route
M—A multipath route
*—A backup static route for a transient RADIUS-like route
Pref
Preference value. See the description of the preference
parameter for information about defaults for route preferences.
Metric
RIP-style metric for the route, with a range of 0 through 16.
Use
Number of times the route was referenced since it was created.
(Many of these references are internal, so this is not a count of
the number of packets sent over this route.)
Age
Age of the route in seconds. RIP and ICMP entries are aged
once every 10 seconds.
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netstat
Example You can include identifiers in the command line to display IP, UDP, TCP,
ICMP, and Internet Group Membership Protocol (IGMP) protocol statistics. The
system displays TCP statistics collected from line modules as well as the shelf
controller. All other types of statistics are collected for the shelf controller only. The
following example uses the tcp identifier:
admin> netstat -s tcp
tcp:
17 active opens
160 passive opens
0 connect attempts failed
9 connections were reset
4294967215 connections currently established
75620 segments received
82645 segments transmitted
313 segments retransmitted
1 active closes
1 passive closes
The following sample output shows 40 packets received with IP header errors:
admin> netstat -s igmp
igmp:
4067 packets received
3814 query packets received
9 leave packets received
40 hdr error packets received
Alert
292 packets transmitted
89 query packets sent
175 response packets sent
28 leave packets sent
0 disconnects while awaiting transmission
Example The -g command option can be used to display the group of connections
using the same source-if interface. For example:
admin> netstat -g -i sip1
Interface
CONNECTION
sip1
pipe1
sip1
pipe2
remote-address
10.0.0.1
10.0.0.2
source address
10.0.0.254
10.0.0.254
You can also include the all argument to display groups of connections with
source-if configured. The output list is grouped by shared soft IP interface. For
example:
admin> netstat -g all
Interface
CONNECTION
sip1
pipe1
sip1
pipe2
sip2
pipe3
sip2
pipe4
remote-address
10.0.0.1
10.0.0.2
15.9.7.1
15.9.7.2
source address
10.0.0.254
10.0.0.254
15.9.7.254
15.9.7.254
See Also nslookup, ping, traceroute
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new
new
Description Creates an instance of the specified profile type and makes the new
profile the working profile. You can also use the command to assign the profile its
index value.
To write a new profile, you must uniquely identify it by setting its index field. In a
profile listing, a parameter name followed by an asterisk (*) identifies the index field.
In most cases, the profile’s parameters are assigned default values.
Permission level system
Usage new profile-type [profile-index][-f]
Command element
Description
profile-type
Type of profile you want to create.
profile-index
Index value of the profile.
-f
Do not prompt for confirmation when issuing a new
command that would overwrite the unsaved
contents of the edit buffer.
If you create a new indexed profile without using the profile-index argument, a
default index (usually null or zero) is used. For example:
Profile type
Default index
user
""
serial
{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }
ethernet
{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }
ip-interface
{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
If you specify the profile-index on the command line, it is validated before use. For
example:
admin> new sdsl {12 2 3}
error: bad index: unknown value "12"
admin> new system foo
error: profile has no index
If you specify a valid index, it is applied to the new profile, which is read into the edit
buffer. For example:
admin> new sdsl {1 2 3}
SDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-2 3 } read
admin> list
[in SDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-2 3 } (new)]
name=""
physical-address*={ shelf-1 slot-2 3 }
enabled=no
line-config={ 0 0 static { any-shelf any-slot 0 } }
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new
Example To create a new connection profile called tim:
admin> new conn tim
CONNECTION/tim read
admin> list
[in CONNECTION/tim (new)]
station*=tim
active=no
encapsulation-protocol=atm
called-number-type=national
dial-number=""
clid=""
ip-options={ yes yes 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 7 100 255 no no 0 +
session-options={ "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 "" }
telco-options={ ans-and-orig no off 1 no no 56k-restricted 0 +
usrRad-options={ global 0.0.0.0 1646 "" 1 acct-base-10 }
calledNumber=""
admin> write
CONNECTION/tim written
Dependencies The index you choose might affect the factory default values set in
the profile. For example, if you specify the profile-index default for a user profile,
the factory default permission settings are as follows:
admin> new user default
USER/default read
admin> list
[in USER/default (new)]
name*=default
password=""
active-enabled=yes
allow-termserv=no
allow-system=no
allow-diagnostic=no
allow-update=no
allow-password=no
allow-code=no
allow-debug=no
idle-logout=0
prompt=*
default-status=no
top-status=general-info
bottom-status=log-window
left-status=connection-list
use-scroll-regions=no
log-display-level=none
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nslookup
If you specify admin instead, the factory-default permissions are set as follows:
admin> new user admin
USER/admin read
admin> list
[in USER/admin (new)]
name*=admin
password=MyPW
active-enabled=yes
allow-termserv=yes
allow-system=yes
allow-diagnostic=yes
allow-update=yes
allow-password=no
allow-code=yes
allow-debug=no
idle-logout=0
prompt=*
default-status=no
top-status=general-info
bottom-status=log-window
left-status=connection-list
use-scroll-regions=no
log-display-level=error
See Also delete, list, read, set, write
nslookup
Description Resolves the IP address of a specified hostname by performing a
Domain Name System (DNS) lookup. The ip-global profile must be configured with
the address of at least one DNS server.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage nslookup hostname
Command element
Description
hostname
The hostname for which you want to obtain an IP address.
Example To look up a host’s IP address in DNS:
admin> nslookup host-231
Resolving host host-231.
IP address for host host-231 is 10.65.12.231.
See Also netstat
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nvram
nvram
Description Provides functions for managing or clearing onboard nonvolatile RAM
(NVRAM).
The onboard NVRAM stores the system configuration. Clearing NVRAM initializes
the system. If a default.cfg is saved to flash memory, the system loads the
configuration to NVRAM, which allows minimal configuration. If the system finds no
default.cfg file, it starts up unconfigured, just as it was when you first installed it.
You can then restore the configuration from a recent backup.
Permission level update
Usage nvram [[[-f] [-r primary_controller | secondary_controller |
both_controllers]] |-u|-c|-e|-g|-?]]
Command element
Description
No options
Clear NVRAM and reset the unit.
-f
Clear NVRAM without prompting for confirmation.
-r
Specify the control module(s) to clear and reboot:
primary_controller—Primary control module.
secondary_controller—Secondary control
module.
both_controllers (the default)—Both control
modules.
-u
Display NVRAM usage statistics.
-c
Compact the NVRAM storage.
-e
Enable extended profiling.
-g
Generate CDT tree statistic for NVRAM. For internal
use only.
-?
Display a usage summary.
Example To display memory usage information:
admin> nvram -u
NVRAM seg[0]:start 14000098 size 258040 avail 191680 cmpct 0
To clear NVRAM and reset the unit:
admin> nvram
Clear configuration and reboot? [y/n]
Dependencies You must reset the Stinger unit after clearing NVRAM and reloading
a configuration.
If you add or replace a control module or clear your system configuration, you must
enter the nvram -e command again from the primary control module to enable
extended profiling.
See Also load, reset, save
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O
O
oam
Description Enables you to send F4 and F5 operations, administration and
maintenance (OAM) connectivity and loopback testing cells from a port on a Stinger
trunk module or line interface module (LIM) to a remote DSL port—for example, to a
customer premises equipment (CPE) device.
F4 OAM segment and end-to-end loopback testing is supported only on Stinger
trunk modules.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage oam -e|-c|-l|-p|-L|-C [slot] [port] [vpi] [vci]
Command element
Description
-e
Display details about the continuity check status.
-c
Run an OAM F5 continuity test.
-l
Run an OAM F5 loopback test.
-p
Turn OAM internal debug on or off.
-L
Run an OAM F4 loopback test.
-C
Run an OAM F4 continuity test.
slot
Slot number.
port
Port number on a CPE device.
vpi
Virtual path identifier (VPI) number.
vci
Virtual channel identifier (VCI) number.
s
Run a segment test. This option must be followed by a
value for the n variable.
n
Number of consecutive segments in the segment test.
-q fault loc
Display entries with LOC defects.
-q cc generating
Display OAM entries showing CC cell generation.
-q cc monitoring
Display OAM entries for monitoring CC cells.
-q cc activating
Display OAM entries in the activating state.
-q cc deactivating
Display OAM entries in the deactivating state.
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oamloop
Example To send 64 consecutive segment F4 loopback cells to VPI 15 on DSL port 2,
enter the oam command using syntax 2:
admin> oam -L 2 15 s 64
To display additional information about the outgoing and incoming segment test
cells:
admin> oam -p
To display all active OAM channels:
admin> oam -e
OAM Entry list
Entry=826ef120, Linear Port=2003 vpi=0, vci=3 state=Up loopTx=0 loopRx=0
Segment Continuity=READY End2End Continuity=READY isVpc=No
Entry=826ef3b0, Linear Port=2003 vpi=0, vci=4 state=Up loopTx=0 loopRx=0
Segment Continuity=READY End2End Continuity=READY isVpc=No
Entry=826eee50, Linear Port=2003 vpi=0, vci=32 state=Up loopTx=0 loopRx=0
Segment Continuity=READY End2End Continuity=READY isVpc=No
Total Active Oam Channel=3
See Also oamloop
oamloop
Description Sends Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
operation-and-maintenance (OAM) loopback cells on an ATM interface.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage oamloop -e|-s [-c count][-i sec] shelf slot vpi vci
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Command element
Description
-e
(End-to-end). Transmit an end-to-end OAM loop cell,
to be looped by the user connection point.
-s
(Segment). Transmit a segment OAM loop cell, to be
looped by the first network connection point.
-c count
Transmit the specified number of cells. If this
argument is not specified, the count defaults to 0
(zero), which means that the cells are transmitted
continuously until the administrator sends an
interrupt by pressing Ctrl-C.
-i sec
Transmit the cells at the specified interval in seconds.
If this argument is not specified, the interval defaults
to 1 second.
shelf
Shelf on which the trunk module is located.
slot
Slot in which the trunk module is located.
vpi
Virtual path identifier (VPI) on which to transmit the
looped-back cells.
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olimlines
Command element
Description
vci
Virtual channel identifier (VCI) on which to send the
looped-back cells.
Example Following is a sample oamloop command line and output:
admin> oamloop -c 10 -e 1 2 1 32
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=9
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=10
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=11
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=12
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=13
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=14
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=15
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=16
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=17
Received our End2End OAM loopback cell, Id=18
--- OAM loop statistics --10 cells transmitted, 10 cells received, 0% cell loss
See Also oam
olimlines
Description Displays OLIM line use.
Permission level system
Usage olimlines [-a| -d| -f | -u ]
Command element Description
No options
Display the options for this command.
-a
Display all OLIM lines in the system.
-d
Display all disabled OLIM lines.
-f
Display all free OLIM lines.
-u
Display all OLIM lines in use.
Example To display all OLIM lines in the system:
admin> olimlines -a
All OLIM lines:
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
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Idle
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open
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the
following status information:
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Assign indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal operations
mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the deactivated state.
Up specifies that the line should be activated in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line
to the desired state.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
lmode
Not used. This column indicates the line mode of ports on IMA
capable LIMs.
open
Description Sets up a telnet-like session across the control bus to a trunk module
or line interface module (LIM) so that you can enter commands on that module.
Each trunk module and LIM has its own processor, memory, operating system, and
set of debug commands.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage open shelf [slot]
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Command element
Description
shelf
Shelf ID number. 1 in a Stinger host or standalone unit.
2-7 for a Stinger MRT slave unit. 2-25 for a Stinger
Compact Remote slave unit
slot
Number of the expansion slot you want to diagnose
(1-16).
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open
Example To open a session with a DS3-ATM trunk module installed in slot 1:
admin> open 1 1
The prompt changes to show your location, and you can list the available commands:
ds3-1/2> ?
?
auth
cbcardif
checkd
clear
clock-source
debug
debugd
display
dp-ram-display
dpram-test
dspBypassClients
dspDial
dspSetDddTimeslot
fill
frreset
gdb
help
lifDebug
logdebug
logtest
mibcbagt
mibcbreq
mibmgr
modify
nailedState
nlcb
open
quit
revision
slots
stackLimit
stackUsage
tdm
timedMsgTest
tprofmgr
tss
update
version
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system )
( user )
To return to the control module:
ds3-1/2> quit
See Also show, slot
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ospf
Description Displays information related to Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
routing, including link state advertisements (LSAs), border routers’ routing tables,
and the OSPF areas, interfaces, statistics, and routing table. You can use the ospf
command even when OSPF is disabled.
Permission level system
Usage ospf [options]
The options can be one or more of the following:
Command element
Description
?
Display help information.
size
Display size of the OSPF routing table.
areas
Display OSPF areas.
stats
Display OSPF statistics.
intf [ip_addr]
Display information about one or more OSPF interfaces.
translators
Display the router IDs of not-so-stubby area (NSSA)
border routers.
lsa area ls-type ls-id
ls-orig
Display detailed information about OSPF LSAs.
area is the area ID.
ls-type is the LSA type. You can specify one of the
following options for ls-type:
–
rtr (type 1) is a router-LSA that describes the
collected states of the router’s interfaces.
–
net (type 2) is network-LSA that describes the
set of routers attached to the network.
–
sum (types 3 and 4) describes routes to networks
in remote areas, or autonomous system
boundary routers.
ls-id is the target address of the router.
ls-orig is the address of the advertising router.
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lsdb [area]
Display an OSPF link-state database summary for an
area. If you do not specify the area option, the summary
for the first configured area (or for the only defined area)
is displayed. If you specify the area option, the unit
displays a summary for the specified area. The area
option is meaningful if the unit is operating as an area
border router (ABR).
nbrs [ip_addr]
Display information about one or more OSPF neighbors.
routers
Display OSPF router information.
ext
Display OSPF external autonomous system
advertisements.
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Command element
Description
rtab
Display OSPF routing table.
database ext
Display OSPF database summary.
internal
Display OSPF internal routes.
Example Displaying the size of the OSPF routing table
To display information about the size of the OSPF routing table, include the size
option with the ospf command. For example:
admin> ospf size
# Router-LSAs:
# Network-LSAs:
# Summary-LSAs:
# Summary Router-LSAs:
# AS External-LSAs (type-5):
# AS External-LSAs (type-7):
#
#
#
#
Intra-area routes:
Inter-area routes:
Type 1 external routes:
Type 2 external routes:
2
0
0
0
1
0
4
0
0
0
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Router-LSAs
Number of router link advertisements known as
type 1 LSAs.
Network-LSAs
Number of network link advertisements known as
type 2 LSAs.
Summary-LSAs
Number of summary link advertisements known as
type 3 LSAs. Type 3 LSAs describe routes to
networks.
Summary Router-LSAs
Number of summary link advertisements known as
type 4 LSAs. Type 4 LSAs describe routes to
autonomous system boundary routers.
AS External-LSAs (type-5)
Number of autonomous system external (ASE) link
advertisements known as type 5 LSAs.
AS External-LSAs (type-7)
Number of ASE-7 link advertisements known as
type 7 LSAs.
Intra-area routes
Number of routes that have a destination within the
area.
Inter-area routes
Number of routes that have a destination outside the
area.
Type 1 external routes
Number of external type 1 routes that are typically
in the scope of OSPF-IGP.
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Field
Specifies
Type 2 external routes
Number of external typ -2 routes that are typically
outside the scope of OSPF-IGP.
Example Displaying OSPF areas
To display information about OSPF areas, include the areas option with the ospf
command. For example:
admin> ospf areas
Area ID Authentication Area Type #ifcs
0.0.0.0 Simple-passwd Normal
1
#nets
0
#rtrs
2
#brdrs
0
#intnr
3
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Area ID
Area number in dotted decimal format.
Authentication
Type of authentication: Simple-passwd, MD5, or Null.
Area Type
Type of OSPF area: Normal, Stub, or NSSA.
#ifcs
Number of Stinger unit interfaces specified in the area.
#nets
Number of reachable networks in the area.
#rtrs
Number of reachable routers in the area.
#brdrs
Number of reachable ABRs in the area.
#intnr
Number of reachable internal routers in the area.
Example Displaying general information about OSPF
To display general information about OSPF, include the stats option with the ospf
command. For example:
admin> ospf stats
OSPF version:
2
OSPF Router ID:
200.192.192.2
AS boundary capability:
Yes
Attached areas:
1
Estimated # ext.(5) routes:
300
OSPF packets rcvd:
94565
OSPF packets rcvd w/ errs:
0
Transit nodes allocated:
3058
Transit nodes freed:
3056
LS adv. allocated:
1529
LS adv. freed:
1528
Queue headers alloc:
32
Queue headers avail:
32
# Dijkstra runs:
4
Incremental summ. updates:
0
Incremental VL updates:
0
Buffer alloc failures:
0
Multicast pkts sent:
94595
Unicast pkts sent:
5
LS adv. aged out:
0
LS adv. flushed:
0
Incremental ext.(5) updates: 0
Incremental ext.(7) updates:
0
External (type-5) LSA database Current state:
Normal
Number of LSAs:
1
Number of overflows:
0
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The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
OSPF version
Version of the OSPF protocols running.
OSPF Router ID
IP address assigned to the Stinger unit, which is
typically the address specified for the Ethernet
interface.
AS boundary capability
Yes if the Stinger unit functions as an
autonomous system border router (ASBR) or No if
it does not function as an ASBR.
Attached areas
Number of areas to which this Stinger unit
attaches.
Estimated # ext.(5)
routes
Number of ASE-5 routes that the Stinger unit can
maintain before it goes into an overload state.
OSPF packets rcvd
Total number of OSPF packets received by the
Stinger unit.
OSPF packets rcvd w/
errs
Total number of OSPF errored packets received by
the Stinger unit.
Transit nodes allocated
Allocated transit nodes generated only by router
LSAs (type 1) and network LSAs (type 2).
Transit nodes freed
Freed transit nodes generated only by router LSAs
(type 1) and network LSAs (type 2).
LS adv. allocated
Number of LSAs allocated.
LS adv. freed
Number of LSAs freed.
Queue headers alloc
Number of queue headers allocated. LSAs can
reside in multiple queues. Queue headers are the
elements of the queues that contain the pointer to
the LSA.
Queue headers avail
Available memory for queue headers. To
prevent memory fragmentation, the Stinger unit
allocates memory in blocks. The Stinger unit
allocates queue headers from the memory blocks.
When the unit frees all queue headers from a
specific memory block, the Stinger unit returns
the block to the pool of available
memory blocks.
# Dijkstra runs
Number of times that the Stinger unit has run the
Dijkstra algorithm (short path computation).
Incremental summ. updates
Number of summary updates that the Stinger unit
runs when small changes cause generation of
summary LSAs (type 3) and summary router LSAs
(type 4).
Incremental VL updates
Number of incremental virtual link updates that
the Stinger unit performs.
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Field
Specifies
Buffer alloc failures
Number of buffer allocation problems that the
Stinger unit has detected and from which it has
recovered.
Multicast pkts sent
Number of multicast packets sent by OSPF.
Unicast pkts sent
Number of unicast packets sent by OSPF.
LS adv. aged out
Number of LSAs that the Stinger unit has aged and
removed from its tables.
LS adv. flushed
Number of LSAs that the Stinger unit has flushed.
Incremental ext.(5) updates
Number of incremental ASE-5 updates.
Incremental ext.(7) updates
Number of incremental ASE-7 updates.
Current state
State of the external (type 5) LSA database: Normal
or Overload.
Number of LSAs
Number of LSAs in the external (type 5) LSA
database.
Number of overflows
Number of ASE-5s that exceeded the limit of the
database.
Example Displaying summarized information about OSPF interfaces
To display summarized information about OSPF interfaces:
admin> ospf intf
Ifc Address
Phys
200.194.194.2 phani
Assoc. Area
0.0.0.0
Type
P-P
State
P-P
#nbrs #adjs DInt
1
1
120
The fields in the output contain the following information:
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Field
Specifies
Ifc Address
Address assigned to the Stinger unit’s Ethernet interface. To
identify WAN links, use the Type and State fields.
Phys
Name of the interface or the connection profile for WAN links.
Assoc. Area
Area in which the interface resides.
Type
Point-to-point (P-P) or broadcast (Bcast). WAN links are P-P
links.
State
State of the link according to RFC 1583. There are many
possible states, and not all states apply to all interfaces.
#nbrs
Number of neighbors of the interface.
#adjs
Number of adjacencies on the interface.
DInt
Number of seconds that the Stinger unit waits for a router
update before removing the router’s entry from its table. The
interval is called the dead interval.
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Example Displaying information about a specific OSPF interface
To display detailed information for a specific interface, use the following syntax:
ospf intf ip_addr
For example:
admin> ospf intf 200.194.194.2
Interface address:
200.194.194.2
Attached area:
0.0.0.0
Physical interface:
phani (wan1)
Interface mask:
255.255.255.255
Interface type:
P-P
State:
(0x8) P-P
Designated Router:
0.0.0.0
Backup DR:
0.0.0.0
Remote Address:
200.194.194.3
DR Priority:
5 Hello interval: 30
Rxmt interval:
Dead interval:
120 TX delay:
1
Poll interval:
Max pkt size:
1500 TOS 0 cost:
10
# Neighbors:
1 # Adjacencies:
1
# Full adjs.:
# Mcast floods: 1856 # Mcast acks: 1855
5
0
1
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Interface Address
IP address of the Stinger unit’s Ethernet interface.
Attached Area
Area in which the interface resides.
Physical interface
Name of the interface or the connection profile for WAN
links.
Interface type
Point-to-point (P-P) or broadcast (Bcast).
State
State of the link according to RFC 1583. There are many
possible states, and not all states apply to all interfaces.
Designated Router
IP address of the designated router for the interface.
Backup DR
IP address of the backup designated router for the
interface.
Remote Address
IP address of the remote end of a point-to-point (WAN)
link.
DR Priority
Priority of the designated router.
Hello interval
Interval in seconds that the Stinger unit sends hello
packets.
Rxmt interval
Retransmission interval.
Dead interval
Number of seconds that the Stinger unit waits for a
router update before removing the router’s entry from its
table.
TX delay
Interface transmission delay.
Poll interval
Poll interval of nonbroadcast multiaccess networks.
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Field
Specifies
Max pkt size
Maximum size of a packet that the Stinger unit can send
to the interface.
TOS 0 cost
Type of service (TOS) normal (0) cost.
# neighbors
Number of neighbors.
# adjacencies
Number of adjacencies.
# Full adjs.
Number of fully formed adjacencies.
# Mcast floods
Number of multicast floods on the interface.
# Mcast acks
Number of multicast acknowledgments on the interface.
Example Listing the router IDs of NSSA border routers that are translating type 7 LSAs to
type 5 LSAs.
To list the router ID enter the ospf translators command. For example:
admin> ospf
Area ID
0.0.0.1
0.0.0.2
translators
Router ID
10.105.0.13
12.1.1.1
Example Displaying OSPF link state advertisements (LSAs)
To specify an LSA to be expanded, use the following format for the ospf command:
ospf lsa area ls-type ls-id ls-orig
The command requires that you include the first four fields of the LSA as listed in the
database. You can select the first four fields and paste them in after typing the
command.
For example, to show an expanded view of an autonomous system external (ASE)
LSA for area 0.0.0.0, where the target address of the router is 10.5.2.160 and the
address of the advertising router is 10.5.2.162:
admin> ospf lsa 0.0.0.0 ase 10.5.2.160 10.5.2.162
LSA type: ASE ls id: 10.5.2.160 adv rtr: 110.5.2.162 age: 568
seq #: 80000037 cksum: 0xfffa
Net mask: 255.255.255.255 Tos 0 metric: 10 E type: 1
Forwarding Address: 0.0.0.0 Tag: c0000000
The fields in the output contain the following information:
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Field
Specifies
LSA type
Type of LSA.
ls id
Target address of the router.
adv rtr
Address of the advertising router.
age
Age of the route in seconds.
seq #
Number that begins with 80000000 and increments by one for
each LSA received.
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Field
Specifies
cksum
Checksum for the LSA.
Net mask
Subnet mask of the LSA.
Tos
Type of service (TOS) for the LSA.
metric
Cost of the link, not of a route. The cost of a route is the sum of all
intervening links, including the cost of the connected route.
E type
External type of the LSA indicating either 1 (type 1) or 2 (type 2).
Forwarding
Address
Forwarding address of the LSA (described in RFC 1583).
Tag
Tag of the LSA (described in the OSFP RFC).
Example Displaying an expanded view of a router LSA
To show an expanded view of a router LSA, use the rtr option. For example:
admin> ospf lsa 0.0.0.0 rtr 202.1.1.1 202.1.1.1
LS age:
66
LS options: (0x2) E
LS type:
1
LS ID (destination): 202.1.1.1
LS originator:
202.1.1.1
LS sequence no:
0x80000399
LS checksum:
0xb449
LS length:
48
Router type:
(0x2) ASBR
# router ifcs:
2
Link ID:
10.105.0.8
Link Data:
10.105.0.7
Interface type:
(2) TrnsNetwork
No. of metrics: 0
TOS 0 metric:
10 (0)
Link ID:
10.123.0.6
Link Data:
10.123.0.7
Interface type:
(2) TrnsNetwork
No. of metrics: 0
TOS 0 metric:
10 (0)
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
LS age
Age of the LSA in seconds.
LS options
Optional functions associated with the LSA. When E is
specified, an OSPF area can be configured as a stub area.
When T is specified, routes only for type of
service (TOS) 0 are calculated.
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Field
Specifies
LS type
Type of link as defined in RFC 1583:
Type 1 (RTR) are router-LSAs that describe the collected
states of the router’s interfaces.
Type 2 (NET) are network-LSAs that describe the set of
routers attached to the network.
Types 3 and 4 (SUM) describe routes to networks in
remote areas, or autonomous system boundary routers.
Type 5 (ASE) are autonomous system external (ASE)
LSAs that describe routes to destinations external to the
autonomous system. A default route for the
autonomous system can also be described by an ASE
LSA.
LS ID
IP address of the advertisement’s destination.
LS originator
IP address of the advertisement’s source.
LS sequence no
Number that begins with 80000000 and increments by one
for each LSA. It is used for detecting old and
duplicate LSAs.
LS checksum
A checksum covering the entire packet, except for the
64-bit authentication field.
LS length
Length of the LSA in bytes.
Router type
Type of router, either ASBR or ABR.
# router ifcs
Number of interfaces on the router.
Link ID
IP address of the associated router interface.
Link Data
Name of the device on the other side of the link.
Interface type
Type of interface:
TrnsNetwork (transit network)—A network that carries
traffic that does not have its source or destination in the
network itself.
Stub (stub network)—A network in which all external
routes are summarized by a default route.
P-P (point-to-point)—A link over a serial line.
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No. of metrics
Metric for TOS 0.
TOS
Type of service (TOS) for the LSA.
metric
Cost of the link, not of a route. The cost of a route is the
sum of all intervening links, including the cost of the
connected route.
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Example Displaying an expanded view of a network LSA
To show an expanded view of a network LSA, include the net option. For example:
admin> ospf lsa 0.0.0.0 net 100.103.100.204 10.103.0.204
LS age:
814
LS options: (0x2) E
LS type:
2
LS ID (destination): 100.103.100.204
LS originator:
10.103.0.204
LS sequence no:
0x80000027
LS checksum:
0x8f32
LS length:
36
Network mask:
255.255.0.0
Attached Router: 10.103.0.204
(1)
Attached Router: 10.103.0.254
(1)
Attached Router: 10.123.0.254
(1)
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
LS age
Age of the LSA in seconds.
LS options
Optional functions associated with the LSA. When E is
specified, entire OSPF areas can be configured as stub areas.
When T is specified, routes only for TOS 0 are calculated.
LS type
Type of link as defined in RFC 1583:
Type 1 (RTR) are router-LSAs that describe the collected
states of the router’s interfaces.
Type 2 (NET) are network-LSAs that describe the set of
routers attached to the network.
Types 3 and 4 (SUM) describe routes to networks in
remote areas, or autonomous system boundary routers.
Type 5 (ASE) are autonomous system external (ASE)
LSAs that describe routes to destinations external to the
autonomous system. A default route for the
autonomous system can also be described by an ASE
LSA.
LS ID
IP address of the advertisement’s destination.
LS originator
IP address of the advertisement’s source.
LS sequence no
Number that begins with 80000000 and increments by one
for each LSA. It is used for detecting old and duplicate LSAs.
LS checksum
A checksum covering the entire packet, except for the
64-bit authentication field.
LS length
Length of the LSA in bytes.
Network mask
Subnet mask.
Attached Router
Another router running OSPF on the network. The number
in parentheses is the cost to that router.
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Example Displaying the OSPF link-state database
To display the link-state database for the first configured area (or for the only defined
area), include the lsdb option with the ospf command. For example:
admin> ospf lsdb
Area: 0.0.0.0
Type LS ID
LS originator
RTR 200.192.192.2
200.192.192.2
RTR 200.192.192.3
200.192.192.3
# advertisements:
Checksum total:
Seqno
0x800005f8
0x800005f8
Age
696
163
Xsum
0x6f0b
0x6f09
2
0xde14
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Area
Area ID.
Type
Type of link as defined in RFC 1583:
Type 1 (RTR) are router-LSAs that describe the collected
states of the router’s interfaces.
Type 2 (NET) are network-LSAs that describe the set of
routers attached to the network.
Types 3 and 4 (SUM) describe routes to networks in
remote areas, or autonomous system boundary routers.
Type 7 are ASE-7 link advertisements that are only
flooded within an NSSA.
LS ID
Specifies the target address of the route.
LS originator
Specifies the address of the advertising router.
Seqno
Indicates a hexadecimal number that begins with 80000000
and increments by one for each LSA received.
Age
Specifies the age of the route in seconds.
Xsum
Indicates the checksum of the LSA.
advertisements
Specifies the total number of entries in the link-state
database.
Checksum total
Indicates the checksum of the link-state database.
You can expand each entry in the link-state database to view additional information
about a particular LSA.
Example Displaying OSPF neighbor information
To display information about OSPF neighbors to the Stinger unit, include the nbrs
options with the ospf command. For example:
admin> ospf nbrs
Neighbor ID
Neighbor addr
200.192.192.3
200.194.194.3
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State
Full/-
LSrxl DBsum LSreq Prio Ifc
0
0
0
5
phani
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The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Neighbor ID
Address assigned to the interface. In the Stinger unit, the IP
address is always the address assigned to the Ethernet interface.
Neighbor addr
IP address of the router used to reach a neighbor (often the
same address as the neighbor itself).
State
State of the link-state database exchange. Full indicates that
the databases are fully aligned between the Stinger unit and its
neighbor.
LSrxl
Number of LSAs in the retransmission list.
DBsum
Number of LSAs in the database summary list.
LSreq
Number of LSAs in the request list.
Prio
Designated router election priority assigned to the Stinger unit.
Ifc
Interface name for the ethernet or connection profile name for
the WAN.
To display information about a specific neighbor, include the neighbor’s IP address
specification with the nbrs option. For example:
admin> ospf nbrs 10.105.0.4
OSPF Router ID:
10.105.0.4
Neighbor IP address:
Neighbor State:
Physical interface:
DR choice:
Backup choice:
DR Priority:
DB summ qlen:
0 LS rxmt qlen:
Last hello:
6
# LS rxmits:
0 # Direct acks:
# Old LS rcvd:
0 # Dup acks rcv:
# Adj. resets:
0
10.105.0.4
(0x8) 2Way
ie1-7-1 (ie1-7-1)
10.105.0.8
10.105.0.49
5
0 LS req qlen:
0
0
# Dup LS rcvd:
# Nbr losses:
0
0
0
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
OSPF Router ID
IP address of the neighbor.
Neighbor IP address
IP address of the router used to reach the neighbor
(often the same address as the neighbor itself).
Neighbor State
State of the link-state database exchange.
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Field
Specifies
Physical interface
The name of the interface on which the unit and the
neighbor communicate:
ie0 or ie[shelf]-[slot]-[item] is an Ethernet
interface.
wanN is a WAN connection, entered as it becomes
active.
DR choice
IP address of the neighbor’s designated router.
Backup choice
IP address of the neighbor’s backup designated router.
DR Priority
Priority of the designated router.
DB summary qlen
Number of LSAs in the database summary list.
LS rxl qlen
Number of LSAs in the retransmission list.
LS req qlen
Number of LSAs in the request list.
Last hello
How long ago (in seconds) a hello packet was received.
# LS rxmits
Number of link-state update retransmissions.
# Direct acks
Number of direct acknowledgments sent.
# Dup LS rcvd
Number of duplicate LSAs received.
# Old LS rcvd
Number of old link-state updates received.
# Dup acks rcv
Number of duplicate acknowledgments received.
# Nbr losses
Number of times the neighbor went offline.
# Adj. resets
Number of times the adjacency has been re-established
after a restart.
Example Displaying OSPF routers
To display OSPF routers, include the routers option with the ospf command. For
example:
admin> ospf routers
DType RType Destination
ASBR
OSPF
200.192.192.3
Area
0.0.0.0
Cost
10
Next hop(s)
200.194.194.3
#
2
The fields in the output contain the following information:
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Field
Specifies
DType
Internal route type.
RType
internal router type.
Destination
Router’s IP address.
Area
Area in which the router resides.
Cost
Cost of the router.
Next hop(s)
Next hop in the route to the destination.
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Field
Specifies
#
Number of the interface used to reach the destination.
Example Displaying OSPF external autonomous system advertisements
To display OSPF external autonomous system advertisements, include the ext option
with the ospf command. For example:
admin> ospf ext
Type LS ID
ASE5 200.192.192.0
# advertisements:
Checksum total:
LS originator
200.192.192.2
1
0xc24d
Seqno
0x800005f6
Age
751
Xsum
0xc24d
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Type
ASE5.
LS ID
Target address of the route.
LS originator
Address of the advertising router.
Seqno
Hexadecimal number that begins with 80000000 and
increments by one for each LSA received.
Age
Age of the route in seconds.
Xsum
Checksum of the LSA.
# advertisements
Total number of entries in the ASE5 database.
Checksum total
Checksum of the ASE5 database.
Example Displaying the OSPF routing table
To display the OSPF routing table, include the rtab option with the ospf command:
admin> ospf
DTyp RType
RTE FIX
RTE OSPF
ASBR NONE
RTE OSPF
RTE OSPF
RTE NONE
ASBR OSPF
RTE OSPF
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Destination
200.192.192.0/24
200.194.194.2/32
200.192.192.2/32
200.192.192.2/32
200.194.194.3/32
200.194.194.0/24
200.192.192.3/32
200.192.192.3/32
Area
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
Cost
1
20
0
0
10
0
10
10
Flags
0x82
0x1
0x0
0x1
0x101
0x2
0x100
0x1
Next hop(s)
#
0.0.0.170
10
200.194.194.3 2
None
1
0.0.0.170
10
200.194.194.3 2
None
1
200.194.194.3 2
200.194.194.3 2
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The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
DType
Internal route type. DType displays one of the following
values: RTE (generic route), ASBR (autonomous system
border route), or BR (area border route).
RType
Internal router type. RType displays one of the following
values: FIX (static route), NONE, DEL (deleted), OSPF
(OSPF-computed), OSE1 (type 1 external), or OSE2
(type 2 external).
Destination
Destination address and subnet mask of the route.
Area
Area ID of the route.
Cost
Cost of the route.
Flags
Hexadecimal number representing an internal flag.
Next hop(s)
Next hop in the route to the destination.
#
Number of the interface used to reach the destination.
Example Displaying summarized OSPF database information
To display summarized information about the OSPF database, include the database
option with the ospf command. For example:
admin> ospf database
Router Link States (Area: 0.0.0.0)
Type LS ID
LS originator
Seqno
Age
Xsum
RTR 200.192.192.2
200.192.192.2
0x800005f8 783 0x6f0b
RTR 200.192.192.3
200.192.192.3
0x800005f8 250 0x6f09
# advertisements:
2
Checksum total:
0xde14
External ASE5 Link States
Type LS ID
LS originator
Seqno
ASE5 200.192.192.0
200.192.192.2
0x800005f6
# advertisements:
1
Checksum total:
0xc24d
Age
Xsum
783 0xc24d
If you specify the ext option, the Stinger unit displays only ASE5 LSAs.
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ospf
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Type
Type of link as defined in RFC 1583:
Type 1 (RTR) are router-LSAs that describe the
collected states of the router’s interfaces.
Type 2 (NET) are network-LSAs that describe the set
of routers attached to the network.
Types 3 and 4 (SUM) describe routes to networks in
remote areas, or autonomous system boundary
routers.
Type 5 (ASE) are autonomous system external (ASE)
LSAs that describe routes to destinations external to
the autonomous system. A default route for the
autonomous system can also be described by an
ASE LSA.
Type 7 are ASE-7 link advertisements that are only
flooded within an NSSA.
LS ID
Target address of the route.
LS originator
Address of the advertising router.
Seqno
Hexadecimal number that begins with 80000000 and
increments by one for each LSA received.
Age
Age of the route in seconds.
Xsum
Checksum of the LSA.
# advertisements
Total number of entries in the database.
Checksum total
Checksum of the database.
Example Displaying internal OSPF routes
When the Stinger unit uses the internal routes feature, it exports routes by means of
the router LSA (type 1), instead of by means of the usual ASE-5. If the Stinger unit
resides in a stub area and needs to export routes, it cannot use the ASE-5 method. To
display internal routes, include the internal option with the ospf command. For
example:
admin> ospf internal
Destination
10.5.2.160
10.5.2.161
100.5.4.78
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Area: 0.0.0.0
Mask
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.255
255.255.255.0
Cost
10
10
10
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ospfd
The fields in the output contain the following information:
Field
Specifies
Area
Name of the area.
Destination
Destination of the route.
Mask
Subnet mask for the route.
Cost
Cost of the route.
See Also ospfd
ospfd
Description Displays diagnostic information for Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
tasks.
Permission level system
Usage ospfd [options]
Command element
Description
ospfd adjacency
Display diagnostic information about OSPF adjacency
formation.
ospfd all
Display diagnostic information about all OSPF routes.
ospfd debug
Display the current OSPF debug state
ospfd events
Display diagnostic information about OSPF events.
ospfd flood
Display diagnostic information about OSPF flooding.
ospfd lsa
Display diagnostic information about OSPF link-state
advertisements (LSAs) that the unit has received and
transmitted.
ospfd log
Write debug messages to the log.
ospfd none
Disable the display of all OSPF diagnostic information.
ospfd packets
Display diagnostic information about the current
exchange of OSPF packets.
ospfd retransmission
Display diagnostic information about OSPF
retransmissions.
ospfd route
Display diagnostic information about the OSPF routing
table.
ospfd spf
Display the OSPF algorithm calculations.
Example Displaying diagnostic information about OSPF adjacency formation
To display information about OSPF adjacency formation, use the ospfd adjacency
command. For example:
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admin> ospfd adjacency
OSPF-55568: State change, neighbor 8.8.8.2, new state 0x4 (Init),
event 10 (1Way)
OSPF-55568: DR/BDR election begins for ie1-34-3
OSPF-55568: Backup Designated Router, changed from 8.8.8.2 to 0.0.0.0
OSPF-55596: State change, neighbor 8.8.8.2, new state 0x8 (2Way),
event 3 (2Way)
OSPF-55596: State change, neighbor 8.8.8.2, new state 0x10 (Exstart),
event 14 (Go)
OSPF-55596: DR/BDR election begins for ie1-34-3
OSPF-55596: Backup Designated Router, changed from 0.0.0.0 to 8.8.8.2
OSPF-55596: State change, neighbor 8.8.8.2, new state 0x20 (Exchng),
event 5 (NegDn)
Example Displaying information about current OSPF packet exchanges
To display information about current OSPF packet exchanges, use the ospfd packets
command. For example:
admin> ospfd packets
OSPF-254967: Received packet type 1 (Hello) from 10.105.0.2
(ie1-2-4 ie1-2-4)
OSPF-54258: Sending multicast, type 5 (LS Ack), destination 224.0.0.5
(ie1-34-3 ie1-34-3)
OSPF-54258: Sending unicast type 4 (LS Upd) dst 70.70.70.56
Example Displaying information about all OSPF events occurring on the router
To display information about all OSPF events occurring on the router, use the ospfd
events command. For example:
admin> ospfd events
OSPF-54366: State change, neighbor 8.8.8.2, new state 0x1 (Down),
event 12 (IATim)
OSPF-54366: DR/BDR election begins for ie1-34-3
OSPF-54366: Backup Designated Router, changed from 8.8.8.8 to 0.0.0.0
Example Displaying information about the OSPF packets being flooded
To display information about the OSPF packets being flooded, use the ospfd flood
command. For example:
admin> ospfd flood
OSPF-254224: From 10.105.0.2, new LS advertisement of age |1|: type 5
(ASE5) id 22.22.22.22 org 10.105.0.
Example Displaying information by router about LSA generation
To display information by router about LSA generation, use the ospfd lsa command.
For example:
admin> ospfd lsa
iproute add 45.45.45.48/32 70.70.70.34
Route added.
OSPF-57077: Originating LS advertisement: type 5 (ASE5) id
45.45.45.48 org 80.80.80.14 of age |0|
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Example Displaying information about changes to the routing table
To display information about changes to the routing table, use the ospfd route
command. For example:
admin> ospfd route
OSPF-255325: Export -> [-] dst=22.22.22.22/32 gw=255.255.255.255 if=-1
cost=16
Example Displaying information about OSPF algorithm calculations
To display information about OSPF algorithm calculations, use the ospfd spf
command. For example:
admin> ospfd spf
OSPF-255462: Dijkstra calculation performed, on 1 area(s)
OSPF-255462: Destination ASBR 10.105.0.2 now unreachable
See Also ospf
P
pim
Description pim is an administrative system command for displaying information
related to protocol independent multicast (PIM) related information.
Permission level system
Usage pim [ groups | rp | nbr | if [ifnum] | bsr | hash [group] ]
Example The following command displays the bootstrap router (BSR) status
immediately after writing the ip-global profile:
admin> pim bsr
Stinger BSR State : PENDING_BSR
Details of CURRENT BSR:
BSR IP Address
: 0.0.0.0
BSR Interface
: 0
BSR Priority
: 0
BSR holdtime
: 0
BSR Current Frag Tag : 0
BSR HASH masklen
: 0
Example The following command shows the static mapping in the group
rendezvous point (RP) set for the system:
admin> pim rp
Group
231.1.1.1/32
RP-Address
1.1.1.3
RPF neighbor
1.1.1.3
Priority
-
holdtime
-
Example The following command shows the PIM neighbor across the Gigabit
Ethernet interface:
admin> pim nbr
Neighbor
1.1.1.10
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Interface
1
Priority
100
Holdtime
105:96
DR
No
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ping
Example The pim groups command displays information about all multicast groups.
For example:
admin> pim groups
Group Addr
223.1.1.1
224.4.4.4
RP/Source Addr upJPTimer
192.168.101.1 40
10.10.10.10
70
Tree(Rpt/Spt)
RPT
RPT
Example The pim if command displays information and statistics about the
specified PIM interface. For example:
admin> pim if 1
pimHelloIntvl
30
pimHelloHoldtime
105
pimHelloPriority
1
pimJpIntvl
60
pimJpHoldtime
210
pimLanPruneDelay
5000
pimOdDelay
2500
pimDR
FALSE
genId
22305411
PIM Statistics
4 packets received
0 bad checksum packets received
0 bad version packets received
3 hello packet received
0 join/prune packets received
0 Boot strap packets received
1 C-RP Adv packets received
5 packets transmitted
4 hello packets sent
0 join/prune packets sent
1 boot strap packets sent
Example The pim hash command displays the IP address of the best RP for a group
or group range. For example:
admin> pim hash 234.1.1.1
Best RP for group 234.1.1.1 is 1.1.1.10
ping
Description Sends Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Echo Request packets
to the specified host as a way to verify that the host is established and the
transmission path to the host is open. The host returns ICMP Echo Response packets,
and the command generates statistics about the exchange.
Permission level diagnostic
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Usage ping [-q|-f host|-v][-c count][-i delay][-s packetsize] hostname
Command element
Description
-q
Quiet. Do not display informational messages. Just
display the summary lines at the beginning and end of
the command.
-f host
Set the Don't Fragment (DF) bit in the IP header of Ping
packets.
Setting the DF bit enables the Stinger unit to identify the
permissible datagram size, also called the path maximum
transmission unit (PMTU), of the path from the remote
host. If any datagram is too large to be forwarded
without fragmentation by some router along the path,
the router discards it and returns an ICMP Destination
Unreachable message with a code that indicates
fragmentation is needed and that the DF bit is set.
-v
Verbose. List every ICMP packet received, except Echo
Response packets.
-c count
Send only the specified number of packets.
-i delay
Wait the specified number of seconds before sending the
next packet. The default delay period is 1 second.
-s packetsize
Send the specified number of data bytes. The default size
is 64 bytes, not including the 8-byte ICMP header. The
minimum is 16.
hostname
The station’s IP address or Domain Name System (DNS)
hostname.
Example To ping a host named Host-231 on a local network:
admin> ping host-231
PING host-231 (10.65.12.231): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=0 ttl=255 time=0 ms
64 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=1 ttl=255 time=0 ms
64 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=2 ttl=255 time=0 ms
64 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=3 ttl=255 time=0 ms
64 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=4 ttl=255 time=0 ms
^C
--- host-231 ping statistics --5 packets transmitted, 5 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max=0/0/0 ms
Press Ctrl-C to stop.
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Example To exchange only three packets, each of which contains only 16 bytes, use
the ping command as follows:
admin> ping -c 3 -s 16 host-231
PING host-231 (10.65.12.231): 8 data bytes
16 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=0 ttl=255 time=0 ms
16 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=1 ttl=255 time=0 ms
16 bytes from 10.65.12.231: icmp_seq=2 ttl=255 time=0 ms
--- host-231 ping statistics --3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max=0/0/0 ms
Example To exchange three packets and suppress the output for each exchange, use
the ping command as follows:
admin> ping -c3 -q host-231
PING host-231 (10.65.12.231): 56 data bytes
--- host-231 ping statistics --3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max=0/0/0 ms
See Also netstat, telnet, terminal-server, traceroute
pnnidisplay
Description Displays general information about the Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) implementation, including internal counters.
Permission level
system
Usage pnnidisplay
Example Following is sample output that shows that PNNI 1.0 is supported and that
the system failed to compute routes 148 times because the destination was
unreachable.
admin> pnnidisplay
HighestVersion
LowestVersion
DtlCountOriginator
DtlCountBorder
CrankbackCountOriginator
CrankbackCountBorder
AltRteCountOriginator
AltRteCountBorder
RteFailCountOriginator
RteFailCountBorder
RteFailUnreachOrg
RteFailUnreachBrdr
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=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Version1point0
Version1point0
0
0
0
0
0
0
148
0
148
0
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The display output contains the following fields:
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Field
Indicates
HighestVersion
Highest version of the PNNI protocols supported
in the unit.
LowestVersion
Lowest version of the PNNI protocols supported in
the unit.
DtlCountOriginator
Number of destination transit list (DTL) stacks the
unit has originated and placed in PNNI signaling
messages.
DtlCountBorder
Number of partial DTL stacks the unit has added
into signaling messages in an entry border node.
CrankbackCount
Originator
Number of connection setup messages, including
DTL stacks the unit has originated, that have
reversed to this node.
CrankbackCountBorder
Number of connection setup messages, including
DTL stacks the unit has added in an entry border
node, that have reversed to this node.
AltRteCountOriginator
Number of alternate DTL stacks the unit has
computed and placed into signaling messages it
originated.
AltRteCountBorder
Number of alternate partial DTL stacks the unit
has computed and placed into signaling messages
in an entry border node.
RteFailCountOriginator
Number of times the unit failed to compute a
viable DTL stack as originator for a call. This value
indicates the number of times a call was cleared
due to originator routing failure.
RteFailCountBorder
Number of times the unit failed to compute a
viable partial DTL stack in an entry border node
for a call. This value indicates the number of times
a call was either cleared or cranked back from this
node due to border routing failure.
RteFailUnreachOrg
Number of times the unit failed to compute a
viable DTL stack as originator because the
destination was unreachable. This value indicates
those calls that were cleared because the specified
transit network was unreachable or the
destination was unreachable.
RteFailUnreachBrdr
Number of times the unit failed to compute a
viable partial DTL stack in an entry border node
because the target of the path calculation was
unreachable. This value indicates those calls that
were cleared or cranked back because the
specified transit network was unreachable or the
destination was unreachable.
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pnniinterfacedisplay
See Also pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay, pnnimapdisplay,
pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
pnniinterfacedisplay
Description Displays specific interface details for Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI).
Permission level
system
Usage pnniinterfacedisplay
Example Following is sample command output showing that both ports in trunk
module 1 (slot 17) are configured for PNNI:
admin> pnniinterfacedisplay
Port
801
Port
802
PhyAddr
{1 17 1}
IntIndex
11
Node
1
AggrToken
0
VpCap
Y
Cbr Wt
5040
RtVbr Wt
5040
NrtVbr Wt
5040
Abr Wt
5040
Ubr Wt
5040
PhyAddr
{1 17 2}
IntIndex
12
Node
1
AggrToken
0
VpCap
Y
Cbr Wt
5040
RtVbr Wt
5040
NrtVbr Wt
5040
Abr Wt
5040
Ubr Wt
5040
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
Port
Dedicated (nailed) group number associated with the physical
port.
PhyAddr
Physical address of the trunk port in the following format:
{ shelf-n slot-n item-n }
IntIndex
Entry number in the interface table.
Node
PNNI node index. Only node index 1 is currently supported.
AggrToken
Configured aggregation token for this interface.
VpCap
Y if the interface is capable of having virtual private channels
(VPCs) established within it, or N if it is not.
Cbr Wt
Configured administrative weight of this interface for the
constant bit rate (CBR) service category.
RtVbr Wt
Configured administrative weight of this interface for the
real-time variable bit rate (VBR) service category.
NrtVbr Wt
Configured administrative weight of this interface for the
non-real-time VBR service category.
Abr Wt
Configured administrative weight of this interface for the
available bit rate (ABR) service category.
Ubr Wt
Configured administrative weight of this interface for the
unspecified bit rate (UBR) service category.
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pnnilinkdisplay
See Also pnnidisplay, pnnilinkdisplay, pnnimapdisplay, pnninnbrdisplay,
pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology, pnniptsestatus, pnnireachableaddr,
pnniroutebase.
pnnilinkdisplay
Description Displays information about the operation of logical links attached to
the local Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node and the relationship to
nodes on the other end of the links. A PNNI logical link is a logical representation of
the connectivity between two logical nodes, including the physical link and virtual
path connection.
Permission level system
Usage pnnilinkdisplay [-d [ local node index [ port Id ] ] ]
Command element
Description
No options
Show a summary of all PNNI logical links.
-d
Show details of all entries.
-d local node index
Show details for the specified local node.
-d local node index port Id
Show details for the specified local node and
port.
Example The following output shows two logical links, one on each of the
configured trunk ports in slot 17. The first link is attempting Hello protocol exchanges
with its neighbors, and the second is established as a lowest-level horizontal link.
admin> pnnilinkdisplay
Node PortId
1
801
PhysicalAddr
{1 17 1}
IntfIndex
11
LinkType
Unknown
HelloState
Attempt
RemoteNodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
Node PortId
1
802
PhysicalAddr
{1 17 2}
IntfIndex
12
LinkType
HelloState
Lowest horiz Twoway inside
RemoteNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
Node
PNNI node index. Only node index 1 is currently supported.
PortId
Dedicated (nailed) group number associated with the
physical port. The node index (1) and port ID identify the
interface to which the link is attached.
PhysicalAddr
Physical address of the trunk port in the following format:
{ shelf-n slot-n item-n }
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Field
Indicates
IntIndex
Entry number in the interface table for the interface to
which the logical link corresponds. The value is valid only
for LinkType values of Unknown, Lowest Level Horizontal
Link, and Lowest Level Outside Link. All other link types
display a zero value.
LinkType
Type of logical link. Possible types are Unknown, Lowest
Level Horizontal Link, Horizontal link to/from LGN,
Lowest Level Outside Link, Uplink, and Outside link, and
Uplink.
HelloState
State of the Hello protocol exchange across the link or the
state of the corresponding LGN Horizontal Link Hello State
Machine. For uplinks, the field displays NA. Other link types
have the following valid values: NA, Down, Attempt, Oneway
Inside, Twoway Inside, Oneway Outside, Twoway Outside,
Common Outside.
RemoteNodeId
Node ID of the neighboring node on the other end of the
link. The value is valid only for LinkType values of Lowest
Level Outside Link or Uplink. If the upnode has not yet been
identified, or if the LinkType is Lowest Level Horizontal
Link, the field displays zero.
RemotePortId
Port ID of the port at the other end of the link. If the
LinkType field value is Outside link and Uplink, the field
shows the port ID assigned by the lowest-level neighbor
node to identify the outside link. If the remote port ID is
unknown or if the LinkType is Uplink, the field displays
zero.
DerAggrToken
Derived aggregation token value on the link. For horizontal
links between lowest-level nodes the value is always zero.
SvccRccIndex
Switched virtual channel connection (SVCC)-based routing
control channel (RCC) used to exchange information with
the neighboring peer logical group node. (Not currently
supported.)
RcvHellos
Number of Hello packets received over this link. The value
is valid for horizontal and outside links between
lowest-level nodes and for links of unknown type. Other
link types display zero.
XmtHellos
Number of Hello packets transmitted over this link. The
value is valid for horizontal and outside links between
lowest-level nodes and for links of unknown type. Other
link types display zero.
UpnodeId
Node ID of the neighbor node. For horizontal links, or
when the link type or the neighbor’s node ID is not yet
known, the field displays zero.
UpnodeAtmAddress
ATM end-system address (AESA) used to establish
connections to the upstream neighbor node. For horizontal
links, or when the link type or upstream neighbors node ID
is not yet known, the field displays zero.
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pnnimapdisplay
Field
Indicates
CommonPeerGroupId
Peer group ID of the lowest-level common peer group in the
hierarchy of the neighboring node and the local node. For
horizontal links, or when the LinkTtype or common peer
group is not yet known, the field displays zero.
LinkVersion
Version of PNNI routing protocol used to exchange
information over this link. If communication with the
neighbor node has not yet been established, or if the link
type is Uplink or Link to/from LGN, the field displays
Unknown.
Example With the -d option, the pnnilinkdisplay command displays additional
details. For example, the following output shows that the link on the first port in
slot 17 (port ID 801) has transmitted 121 Hello packets but has received no
information from the remote node.
admin> pnnilinkdisplay -d 1 801
Node PortId
1
801
PhysicalAddr
{1 17 1}
IntIndex
11
LinkType
Unknown
HelloState
Attempt
RemoteNodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
RemotePortId
0
DerAggrToken
0
SvccRccIndex
0
RcvHellos
0
XmtHellos
121
UpnodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
UpnodeAtmAddress
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
CommonPeerGroupId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
LinkVersion
1
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnimapdisplay,
pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
pnnimapdisplay
Description Displays information about the Private Network-to-Network Interface
(PNNI) hierarchy. You can use this information to find and analyze the operation of
all links and nodes within the PNNI hierarchy from the perspective of a local node.
Permission level system
Usage pnnimapdisplay [-d [ local node index [originating node Id
[originating port Id]]]]
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Command element
Description
No options
Display a summary of all Map
entries—information about links
between local and remote nodes.
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pnnimapdisplay
-d local node index
Display details of all Map and Metric
entries for the specified local node.
-d local node index originating
node Id
Display details of all Map and Metric
entries for the specified local node and
originating node.
-d local node index originating
node Id originating port Id
Display details of all Map and Metric
entries for the specified local node, the
originating node, and the originating
port.
Example In the following sample output, the system reports a link on each of its
active PNNI ports, with details about the originating and remote port IDs:
admin> pnnimapdisplay
Nd Index
1 1
OriginatingNodeId
OrigPortId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00 802
RemoteNodeId
RmtPortId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00 801
Nd Index
1 1
OriginatingNodeId
OrigPortId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00 801
RemoteNodeId
RmtPortId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00 802
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
Nd
PNNI node index. Only node index 1 is currently
supported.
Index
Which of the many possible maps is referred to. There
can be multiple entries for nodal connectivity from a
specific node and port pair, in addition to any entry for a
horizontal link or uplink (link moving upward in the
hierarchy).
OriginatingNodeId
PNNI node ID of the originating node.
OriginatingPortId
Port ID as assigned by the originating node.
RemoteNodeId
PNNI node ID of the remote node at the other end of the
link from the originating node. If unknown, the field
displays zero.
RemotePortId
Port ID as assigned by the remote node at the other end
of the link from the originating node. If unknown, the
field displays zero.
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Field
Indicates
MapType
Type of PNNI entity being described by this entry in the
map table. Valid values are HorizontalLink, Uplink, and
Node.
PeerGroupId
Peer group ID of the originating node.
AggrToken
Derived aggregation token value for this link. For nodes
and for horizontal links between lowest-level nodes, the
field displays zero.
VPCap
A value of 1 indicates that virtual path connections
(VPCs) can be established across the PNNI entity. A value
of zero indicates that VPCs cannot be established.
PtseId
PNNI topology state element (PTSE) ID for the PTSE that
contains the information group(s) describing the PNNI
entity. The PTSE is originated by the originating node.
MetricsTag
Integer that represents a set of traffic parameters. The
zero value indicates that no metrics are associated with
the link or nodal connectivity.
Qos
Service categories to which this set of metrics applies.
Dir
Direction in which metrics apply (In for the in direction
or Out for the out direction).
AdmWt
Administrative weight of the service category.
MCR
Maximum cell rate in cells per second for the service
category.
ACR
Available cell rate in cells per second for the service
category.
CTD
Maximum cell transfer delay in microseconds for the
service category.
CDV
Cumulative cell delay variation in microseconds for the
service category.
CLR0
Cell loss ratio for CLP=0 traffic for the service category.
CLR0+1
Cumulative cell loss ratio for CLP=0+1 traffic for the
service category.
Example With the -d option, the pnnimapdisplay command displays additional
details about each link. In the following example, the command displays information
about the link originating on port 802, including the type of link, the routing metrics,
and attributes from this node to the specified remote node:
admin> pnnimapdisplay -d 1
Nd Index
1 1
OriginatingNodeId
OrigPortId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00 802
RemoteNodeId
RmtPortId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
801
MapType
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PeerGroupId
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HorizontalLink
60:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:00
AggrToken
0
VpCap
1
Qos
Cbr
Rtvbr
NrtVbr
Abr
Ubr
Cbr
Rtvbr
NrtVbr
Abr
Ubr
Cbr
Rtvbr
NrtVbr
Abr
Ubr
Dir
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
AdmWt
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
5040
MCR
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
PtseId
4
ACR
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
366792
MTag
1118482
CTD
6890
6890
6890
6890
6890
1574
1574
1574
1574
1574
674
674
674
674
674
CDV
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
1554
1554
1554
1554
1554
654
654
654
654
654
CLR0
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
CLR0+1
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
pnninbrdisplay
Description Displays information about the relationship between a local Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node and a neighboring node within the same
peer group. A neighbor node is a node that is directly connected to a particular node
via a logical link.
Permission level system
Usage pnninbrdisplay [-d [local node index [neighbor node Id]]]
Command element
Description
No options
Display a summary of all
neighbors—the PNNI node ID and state
of its neighbor peers.
-d
Display details of all neighbors.
-d local node index
Display details of all entries for the
specified local node.
-d local node index neighbor node Id
Display details of specified local node
with the neighbor node.
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pnninbrdisplay
Example In the following sample output, the system recognizes one neighbor node,
and identifies the link to that neighbor as fully established:
admin> pnninbrdisplay
Node PeerState
1
Full
PeerPortCount
1
PeerNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
The display output contains the following fields:
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Field
Indicates
Node
PNNI node index. Only node index 1 is currently supported.
PeerState
State of the local node’s neighboring peer state machine
associated with PeerNodeId field. The field can display
NP Down (neighboring peer is down), Negotiating,
Exchanging, Loading, or Full.
PeerPortCount
Total number of ports to the neighboring peer. If the peer
communicates only through a switched virtual channel
connection (SVCC)-based routing control channel (RCC),
the field displays zero. (SVCC-based RCCs are currently not
supported.)
PeerNodeId
PNNI node ID of the neighboring peer node.
PeerSvccRccIndex
Identifies the SVCC-based RCC being used to communicate
with the neighboring peer. (SVCC-based RCCs are currently not
supported.) If both the local node and the neighboring peer
are lowest-level nodes, the field displays zero.
PeerRcvDbSums
Number of database summary packets received from the
neighboring peer.
PeerXmtDbSums
Number of database summary packets transmitted to the
neighboring peer.
PeerRcvPtsps
Number of PNNI topology state packets (PTSPs) received
from the neighboring peer.
PeerXmtPtsps
Number of PTSPs retransmitted to the neighboring peer.
PeerRcvPtseReq
Number of PNNI topology state element (PTSE) Request
packets received from the neighboring peer.
PeerXmtPtseReq
Number of PTSE Request packets transmitted to the
neighboring peer.
PeerRcvPtseAck
Number of PTSE acknowledgement (ACK) packets received
from the neighboring peer.
PeerXmtPtseAck
Number of PTSE ACK packets transmitted to the
neighboring peer.
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pnninodedisplay
Example With the -d option, the pnninbrdisplay command displays additional
details about the neighbor node, including statistics about packet exchanges with the
neighbor, as shown in the following sample output:
admin> pnninbrdisplay -d
Node PeerState
1
Full
PeerPortCount
1
PeerNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
PeerSvcRccIdx
0
PeerRcvDbSums
2
PeerXmtDbSums
3
PeerRcvPtsps PeerXmtPtsps
64
64
PeerRcvPtseReq PeerXmtPtseReq PeerRcvPtseAck PeerXmtPtseAck
0
1
48
7
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnnimapdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
pnninodedisplay
Description Displays information about factors that affect the operation of the
Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) logical node. Stinger units support a
single logical node, which is always a lowest-level node.
Permission level system
Usage pnninodedisplay [-d [ local node index ]]
Command element
Description
No options
Show a summary of all entries—the node
and some state information.
-d
Show details of all entries.
-d local node index
Show details of the specified entry.
Example Following is sample output:
admin> pnninodedisplay
Node NodeId
1
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
OperStat
UP
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NO
Ptses
21
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The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
Node
PNNI node index. Only node index 1 is currently supported.
Node Id
PNNI node ID of the local node.
OperStat
Operational status of the node (Up or Down).
DBOverload
Whether the local node is currently operating in topology
database overload state (Yes or No).
Ptses
Total number of PNNI topology state elements (PTSEs) in
the node’s topology database at this time.
NodeLevel
Level of PNNI hierarchy at which the node exists. Value is
from 0 to 104.
LowestLevel
Whether the node acts as a lowest-level node (Yes or No).
AdminStatus
Administrative status of the node. Up indicates that the node
is allowed to become active. Down means the node is inactive
and is not allowed to become active.
DomainName
Name of the local node’s PNNI routing domain. All
lowest-level nodes with the same domain name are
presumed to be connected.
AtmAddress
Local node’s Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) address.
PeerGroupId
Local node’s peer group ID.
RestrictedTransit
Whether the node is restricted to not allowing support of
switched virtual circuits (SVCs) (Yes or No).
PglLeaderPri
Leadership priority value the local node advertises. With the
current software version, zero is displayed, because the
node cannot become a peer group leader.
PglState
State of the node regarding peer group leader election with
the peer group. Following are valid values:
Starting
Awaiting
Awaiting Full
Initial Delay
Calculating
Await Unanimity
Oper PGL
Oper Not PGL
Hung Election
Await Reelection
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PglTimeStamp
Time at which the current peer group leader was
established.
PreferredPgl
A node that the local node identifies as the leader of its peer
group.
PeerGroupLeader
Identifies the current peer group leader.
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pnninodetopology
Example With the -d option, the pnninodedisplay command displays many
additional fields about the configuration and current state of the logical node. For
example:
admin> pnninodedisplay -d
Node NodeId
1
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
OperStat
UP
DBOverload
NO
Ptses
21
NodeLevel
96
LowestLevel
YES
AdminStatus
UP
DomainName
stinger1r
AtmAddress
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
PeerGroupId
60:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:00
PglLeaderPri
0
PglState
Oper not PGL
RestrictedTransit
NO
PglTimeStamp
01/01/1990 00:00:00
PreferredPgl
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
PeerGroupLeader
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnnimapdisplay, pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodetopology, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
pnninodetopology
Description Displays the information about nodes that the local node has obtained
from nodal information Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) topology state
element (PTSE).
Permission level system
Usage pnninodetopology [-d [local node index [node Id]]]
Command element
Description
No options
Display a summary of all Map entries.
-d local node index
Display details of all Map entries.
-d local node index node Id
Display details for a single entry for the specified
local node and map node.
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pnninodetopology
Example With no options on the pnninodetopology command line, the command
displays the node index and PNNI node ID (map node ID), as shown in the following
output:
admin> pnninodetopology
Node MapNodeId
1
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
1
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
The MapNodeID field is described in the field descriptors table following the next
example.
Example With the -d option, the command displays additional details about the
nodes, as shown in the following sample output:
admin> pnninodetopology -d
Node MapNodeId
1
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
PeerGroupId
60:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:00
NodeAtmAddress
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
RestrictedTransit
NO
NodeDatabaseOverload
NO
NodeComplexRep
NO
IAMLeader
NO
RestrictedBranching
NO
LeadershipPriority
0
PreferredPgl
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
ParentNodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
ParentAtmAddress
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
NodeParentPeerGroupId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
ParentPglNodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
Node MapNodeId
1
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
PeerGroupId
60:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:00
NodeAtmAddress
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
RestrictedTransit
NO
NodeComplexRep
NO
RestrictedBranching
NO
NodeDatabaseOverload
NO
IAMLeader
NO
LeadershipPriority
0
PreferredPgl
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
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ParentNodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
ParentAtmAddress
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
NodeParentPeerGroupId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
ParentPglNodeId
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
Node
PNNI node index. Only node index 1 is currently
supported.
MapNodeId
PNNI node ID of the node being represented.
PeerGroupId
PNNI peer group ID of the node being represented.
NodeAtmAddress
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) address of the
node being represented.
RestrictedTransit
Whether the node is restricted to not allowing
support of switched virtual connection (SVCs) (Yes
or No).
NodeComplexRep
Whether the node uses complex node
representation (Yes or No).
RestrictedBranching
Whether the node is restricted from supporting
additional point-to-multipoint branches (Yes or No).
OperStat
Operational status of the node (Up or Down).
NodeDatabaseOverload
Whether the node is currently operating in topology
database overload state (Yes or No).
IAmLeader
Whether the originating node claims to be leader of
its peer group (Yes or No).
LeadershipPriority
Leadership priority value the node advertises.
PreferredPgl
A node that the local node identifies as leader of its
peer group.
ParentNodeId
If the node is peer group leader, the node ID of the
parent logical group node (LGN). If the node is not
peer group leader, this field displays zero.
ParentAtmAddress
If the node is peer group leader, the ATM address of
the parent LGN. If the node is not peer group leader,
this field displays zero.
ParentPeerGroupId
If the node is peer group leader, the node’s parent
peer group ID. If the node is not peer group leader,
this field displays zero.
ParentPglNodeId
If the node is peer group leader, the node ID of the
peer group leader of the parent peer group. If the
node is not peer group leader, this field displays
zero.
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pnniptsestatus
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnnimapdisplay, pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
pnniptsestatus
Description Displays Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) topology state
elements (PTSEs) in the local node’s topology database.
Permission level system
Usage pnniptsestatus [[originating node Id [ptse type]] | ptse type]
Command element
Description
No options.
Display the current topology database.
originating node Id
Display details of all entries for the specified
originating node.
originating node Id ptse type Display details of all entries for the specified
originating node and PTSE type.
Display details of all entries for the specified PTSE
type. Specify one of following values for the
corresponding PTSE types:
ptse type
-o—other
-s—nodal state parameters
-f—nodal information
-i—internal address
-e—external address
-h—horizontal links
-u—uplinks
Example With no options on the command line, the pnniptsestatus command
displays the current topology database:
admin> pnniptsestatus
OrigNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
Node
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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PtseId (hex)
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
a
b
SeqNum
47
60
2
4
3
2
3
8
5
4
LifeTime
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
CheckSum
11143
51918
46441
7165
52636
15160
61997
62930
25143
12231
PtseType
NodalInfo
InternalAddr
HorizontalLink
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
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pnniptsestatus
1
1
1
1
c
d
e
11
10
10
9
1
3600
3600
3600
3600
37892
37791
37691
6042
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
OrigNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
Node
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PtseId (hex)
1
2
4
5
6
7
a
SeqNum
43
50
41
43
43
42
2
LifeTime
3308
1658
2678
2145
2061
1850
3301
CheckSum
56751
43086
33703
33718
33721
33667
46435
PtseType
NodalInfo
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
InternalAddr
HorizontalLink
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
OrigNodeId
PNNI node ID of the node that originated the PTSE.
Node
Local node number.
PtseId
Hexadecimal value of the PTSE identifier assigned to the
PTSE by the originating node.
SeqNum
Sequence of the entry in the local topology database.
LifeTime
Remaining lifetime for the given PTSE as stated in the
topology database.
Checksum
The entry’s PTSE checksum as stated in the topology
database.
PtseType
Type of information contained in the PTSE entry. Valid
values are Other, NodalState, NodalInfo, InternalAddr,
ExteriorAddr, HorizontalLinks, and Uplinks.
Example You can specify an originating node ID on the command line, use an
option to retrieve information about a specific PTSE type, or retrieve specific PTSE
types originated by a specific node. For example, the following sample command
displays information only about horizontal link PTSEs:
admin> pnniptsestatus -h
OrigNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
Node PtseId (hex)
1
4
SeqNum
2
LifeTime
3600
CheckSum
46441
PtseType
HorizontalLink
OrigNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:38:ff:b6:ca:99:00:00:00
Node PtseId (hex)
1
a
SeqNum
2
LifeTime
3301
CheckSum
46435
PtseType
HorizontalLink
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnnimapdisplay, pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnniptsestatus,
pnnireachableaddr, pnniroutebase.
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pnnireachableaddr
pnnireachableaddr
Description Displays a list of all reachable addresses from each node visible to the
local node in the Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI).
Permission level system
Usage pnnireachableaddr [-n node Id] | [-a address]
Command element
Description
No options
Display all reachable address entries.
-n node Id
Display for a given node all reachable addresses.
-a address
Display for a given address all entries that match.
Example With no options on the pnnireachableaddr command line, the command
prints the entire list of reachable addresses. Following is an excerpt showing a few
entries from sample output:
admin> pnnireachableaddr
AdvertisedNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
PortId
36610
Index
2
PrefixLength (bits)
152
ReachableAddr
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:18:dd:98:00:ff:18:dd:98:00:02
AdvertisedNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
PortId
36610
Index
3
PrefixLength (bits)
152
ReachableAddr
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:18:dd:98:00:ff:18:dd:98:00:f1
AdvertisedNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
PortId
36610
Index
4
PrefixLength (bits)
152
ReachableAddr
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:18:dd:98:00:ff:18:dd:98:00:f2
AdvertisedNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:31:a3:99:30:ff:18:dd:98:00:00:00
PortId
36610
Index
5
PrefixLength (bits)
152
ReachableAddr
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:18:dd:98:00:ff:f7:48:cf:3b:01
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pnniroutebase
Example You can use a pnnireachableaddr command option to display reachable
addresses from a specified node or Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) address. For
example, the following output shows addresses that are reachable from the specified
ATM prefix:
admin> pnnireachableaddr -a 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:17:fd:27:09
AdvertisedNodeId
60:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:17:fd:27:09:ff:e8:71:75:03:00:00
PortId
0
Index
1
PrefixLength (bits)
104
ReachableAddr
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:17:fd:27:09
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Indicates
AdvertisingNodeId
PNNI node ID of a node that advertises reachability to
the ATM prefix displayed in the ReachableAddr field
(displayed in hexadecimal).
PortId
Port ID used by the advertising node to reach the
ATM prefix displayed in the ReachableAddr field.
Index
Arbitrary index used to enumerate the addresses
advertised by the advertising node.
PrefixLength
Number of significant bits in the prefix displayed in
the ReachableAddr field.
ReachableAddress
ATM prefix of the reachable address (displayed in
hexadecimal).
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnnimapdisplay, pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology,
pnniptsestatus, pnniroutebase.
pnniroutebase
Description Displays the number of current Private Network-to-Network Interface
(PNNI) routes from nodes in the PNNI routing domain to valid addresses and transit
networks.
Permission level system
Usage pnniroutebase
Example admin> pnniroutebase
pnniRouteAddrNumber = 161
See Also pnnidisplay, pnniinterfacedisplay, pnnilinkdisplay,
pnnimapdisplay, pnninnbrdisplay, pnninodedisplay, pnninodetopology,
pnniptsestatus, pnnireachableaddr.
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pnnisvccrccdisplay
pnnisvccrccdisplay
Description The pnniSvccRccDisplay command displays details about switched
virtual channel connection (SVCC) based routing control channels (RCCs).
Permission level system
Usage pnniSvccRccDisplay [ -d [ local node [ index ] ] ]
Command element
Description
no options
Display basic information about the SVCC link or links
used for RCCs.
-d local node
Display details for all SVCC-based RCCs, or for those
associated with a particular local node.
Example To display more details use the -d option. For example, the following
output shows details about the SVCC-based RCCs associated with node 1:
admin> pnnisvccrccdisplay -d 1
Node Index
Addr:LogItem
VPI|VCI
1
1
{1 17 1}: 0
0 | 32
IntfIndex
21
HelloState
Twoway inside
RemoteNodeId
50:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:17:fd:27:10:ff:1a:80:c3:00:01:01
Version
1POINT0
RcvHellos
16
XmtHellos
16
RemoteNodeId
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:17:fd:27:10:ff:1a:80:c3:00:01:01
prtcache
Description Displays statistics about cached RADIUS private-route profiles, and
enables you to flush the cache.
Note All cached RADIUS private-route profiles are read-only. You can delete a
single cached profile by using the delete command. To delete all cached profiles, use
the prtcache command.
Permission level diagnostic, update
Usage prtcache -s [profile_name]| -f [-f] | -t
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Command element
Description
-s
Display statistics for all cached private-route
profiles.
profile_name
Name of a RADIUS private-route profile. If
profile_name is specified, the command displays
statistics only for the specified private-route profile.
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prtcache
Command element
Description
-f [-f]
Flush all cached entries. The second -f option
specifies that the system flushes all cached routes
without waiting for confirmation.
-t
Toggle debug output.
Example To display statistics for all cached private-route profiles:
admin> prtcache -s
Profile Name
Created
Exp After(min)
Use Count Refresh Cache
______________________________________________________________________
check
12:32:53
1
0
Yes
my-route
10:32:53
23
8
No
The display output contains the following fields:
Field
Description
Profile Name
Name of the cached profile.
Created
Time at which the profile was created.
Exp After
Number of minutes after which the profile is removed from
the cache.
Use Count
Number of times the cached profile was referred to in the
past.
Refresh Cache
Whether the profile’s cache time is refreshed if the profile is
used.
Example To display statistics for statistics for the private-route profile named
check:
admin> prtcache -s check
Profile Name
Created
Exp After(min)
Use Count
Refresh Cache
______________________________________________________________________
check
12:32:53
1
0
Yes
Example To flush all cached private-route profiles:
admin> prtcache -f
Flush all cached Private Route Table Profiles ? [y/n] y
All cached Private Route Table Profiles flushed.
If no profiles have been cached, using the -f option displays the following output:
admin> prtcache -f
Flush all cached Private Route Table Profiles ? [y/n] y
No cached Profiles to flush.
If the user does not have the required permission:
admin> prtcache -f
error: Command requires 'diagnose' or 'update' privileges
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Q
Q
quit
Description Terminates the current telnet session.
Permission level user
Usage quit
Example To terminate the current telnet session:
admin> quit
Connection closed by foreign host.
my-station%
R
read
Description Reads a copy of the specified profile into the edit buffer, making it the
working profile. If the profile is one of a kind, such as the ip-global profile, it has no
index field. If an index field exists for a profile, it must be specified on the command
line. Only the working profile can be modified. The set and list commands apply
only to the working profile.
Note The working profile remains in the edit buffer until you overwrite the buffer
with another read command or the new command. To save changes made in the
buffer, you must use the write command.
Permission level system
Usage read profile-type [profile-index][-f]
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Command element
Description
profile-type
Type of profile to be read (or the profile itself if it
does not require an index specification).
profile-index
Name or address that distinguishes a profile from
others of the same type. To see profile indexes,
enter the dir command (dir profile-type).
-f
Do not prompt for confirmation when overwriting
the unsaved contents of the edit buffer.
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readflash
By default, if you issue a read command that will overwrite the contents of the edit
buffer when the buffer contains unsaved changes, the system displays a message
prompting for confirmation. For example:
admin> read connection david
Reading will overwrite the changes you've made.
Read anyway? [y/n] y
CONNECTION/david read
You can avoid this prompt by using the –f option on the read command line.
Example To find the right index for an ip-interface profile, read that profile, and
list its contents:
admin> dir ip-interface
66 12/20/2002 14:02:02
66 12/27/2002 16:34:40
66 12/27/2002 16:34:47
66 12/27/2002 16:34:54
66 12/28/2002 00:21:06
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
shelf-1
shelf-1
shelf-1
shelf-1
shelf-1
slot-12 1 } 0 }
slot-12 2 } 0 }
slot-12 3 } 0 }
slot-12 4 } 0 }
controller 1 } 0 }
admin> read ip-int {{1 c 1} 0}
IP-INTERFACE/{ { shelf-1 controller 1 } 0 } read
admin> list
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { Shelf-1 controller 1} 0 }]
interface-address*={ { shelf-1 controller 1 } 0 }
ip-address=10.6.212.227/24
rip-mode=routing-send-and-recv
The profile remains in the edit buffer until another read command or a new command
overwrites the buffer. The set command modifies the profile. The write command
saves changes without clearing the buffer.
admin> set ip-address=10.6.212.228/24
admin> write
IP-INTERFACE/{ { shelf-1 controller 1 } 0 } written
The working profile is represented by a period (.) character. Even after you have
used the get command to display other profiles, or have entered other commands,
you can still use the get command to display the working profile:
admin> get .
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { Shelf-1 controller 1} 0 }]
interface-address*={ { shelf-1 controller 1 } 0 }
ip-address=10.6.212.228/24
rip-mode=routing-send-and-recv
See Also get, list, new, set, write
readflash
Description Displays the contents of flash-card-1 and flash-card-2.
Permission level update
Usage readflash
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rearslotshow
Example admin> readflash
Flash1 (task "CLI session
octets @ 0x80659308
[0000]: a6 0a 0d 00 d6 ec
[0010]: 02 03 ec fd 7f 7c
[0020]: a6 d3 f6 4e 3a 4d
[0030]: 12 24 48 90 21 49
Flash2 (task "CLI session
octets @ 0x80659308
[0000]: a6 0a 0d 00 d6 ec
[0010]: 02 03 ec fd 7f 7c
[0020]: a6 d3 f6 4e 3a 4d
[0030]: 12 24 48 90 21 49
input task" at 0x80ba2810, time: 71861.25) 64
a6 3d
9c 65
a7 a5
a1 2a
input
1f 8b
95 3f
94 49
6a 5a
task"
08
0e
72
42
at
00 00 00 00
9f b9 67 26
67 12 da 04
ad 82 18 d3
0x80ba2810,
00
99
87
02
time: 71861.25) 64
a6
9c
a7
a1
1f
95
94
6a
08
0e
72
42
00
9f
67
ad
00
99
87
02
3d
65
a5
2a
8b
3f
49
5a
00
b9
12
82
00
67
da
18
00
26
04
d3
Dependencies The readflash command requires that you enable diagnostic output.
rearslotshow
Description Displays the state of all slots used for line protection modules (LPMs),
path selector modules (PSMs), and copper loop test (CLT) modules, and reports the
status of the midplane sparing bus.
Permission level System
Note Slots that are equipped with interface redundancy modules (IRMs) or LPMs
with redundancy (LPM-Rs) in older Stinger units are reported as Empty by the
rearslotshow command. Also, when a copper loop is being tested on a Stinger LS
unit with a PSM or CLT module, the command does not display any midplane sparing
bus usage.
Usage rearslotshow [shelf]
Command element
Description
shelf
To display the state of all slots used for LPMs,
PSMs, and CLT modules, or report the status of the
midplane sparing for a remote unit, replace the
optional argument shelf with the shelf ID of the
remote unit.
Example admin> rearslotshow
Slot
[ 1
[ 2
[ 3
[ 4
[ 5
[ 6
[ 7
[ 10
[ 11
[ 12
1-184
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
Slot
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ID
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
IRM,
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
LPM
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
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red-prof-sync
[
[
[
[
13
14
15
16
]
]
]
]
0
0
0
0
Empty
Empty
Empty
Empty
(
(
(
(
IRM, LPM )
IRM, LPM )
IRM, LPM )
IRM, LPM )
Midplane sparing bus usage :
4
4
3
2
1
8765 4321 0987 6543 2109 8765 4321 0987 6543 2109 8765 4321
.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....
red-prof-sync
Description Forces the profile context to be transferred from the primary control
module to the secondary control module. This command enables you to synchronize
the redundant control module profile context at any moment—not just while saving
the profile by issuing the write command.
Permission level
system
Usage red-prof-sync
Example admin> red-prof-sync
admin>
Primary Controller: profile transfer to Secondary Controller completed
redundant-controller-switch
Description Enables you to make the secondary control module primary.
If two control modules are available, one of them is the primary controller, and the
other one the secondary controller. At start-up time, both controllers negotiate to
become primary. You can influence this process by setting the primary preference flag
in the redundancy profile to the slot number of the controller that will become
primary when two controllers are present. If the primary fails, the secondary
automatically takes over control of the system. The new primary deactivates all slot
modules and reactivates the system.
Permission level
Usage
system
redundant-controller-switch [-f]
Command element
Description
-f
Forces a switchover.
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refresh
Example Following are samples of command output under different conditions:
Command entered on a secondary control module:
admin> redundant-controller-switch
This controller is not the PRIMARY, it does not own the bus !
Command entered on the primary control module when the secondary is not
requesting to be primary:
admin> redundant-controller-switch
The remote controller is not requesting the bus,
it cannot become PRIMARY !
Command entered on the primary control module when no secondary exists:
admin> redundant-controller-switch
There is no remote controller !
See Also refresh
refresh
Description Opens a connection to a RADIUS server and retrieves the latest
configuration information.
Permission level system
Usage refresh -a | -e |-n |-p |-r | -t
Command element
Description
-a
Refresh all types of configuration.
-e
Update PPPoE server profiles from the RADIUS server
-n
Refresh dedicated (nailed) profile configurations.
-p
Refresh address pool configurations.
-r
Refresh static route configurations.
-t
Refresh terminal server configurations.
-s
Clear the current Source Auth information (purging
all existing Source Auth entries from the cache) and
reload it from RADIUS.
See Also rad-auth-client
relayoff
Description Turns off an alarm relay.
Permission level diagnostic
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remote
Usage relayoff [major | minor]
Command element
Description
major
Turn off the MAJOR relay.
minor
Turn off the MINOR relay.
Example To turn off the MAJOR relay:
admin> relayoff major
remote
Description Enables you to manage another unit remotely. During a remote
management session, the user interface of the remote device is displayed as if you
had opened a Telnet connection to the device.
When you use the remote command on the shelf controller, the Stinger unit locates
the host card that has an active connection to the remote unit. It then opens a session
to that card, and uses the remote command on the card to bring up the remote
management session. The remote command uses a proprietary protocol to connect to
the remote unit and bring up its user interface.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage remote station_name
Command element
Description
station_name
Specifies the station name of the remote device. The
value you enter must match the value of a station
parameter in a connection profile, or of the user ID at
the start of a RADIUS profile.
Example To manage the unit called allwyn remotely:
admin> remote allwyn
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remote
allwynp50 Edit
Main Edit Menu
Configure
>00-000 System
20-000 Ethernet
30-000 Serial WAN
10-100 1
Link A
B1 A
B2
20-100
00-200 11:23:55
M31 Line
Ch
Outgoing Call
Sessions
>1 Active
20-500 DYN Stat
Qual Good 01:23:44
OK
1 channel
CLU 100% ALU 100%
20-300 WAN Stat
>Rx Pkt:
667435 ^
Tx Pkt:
3276757
CRC:
323v
20-400 Ether Stat
>Rx Pkt:
99871435
Tx Pkt:
76876757
Col:
73298
00-100 Sys Option
>Security Prof:1 ^
Software +10.0+
S/N:4293801
v
00-400 HW Config
>SWAN Interface
Adrs: 00c05b45390
Enet I/F: AUI
Press Ctrl-n to move cursor to the next menu item. Press return to select it.
Press Tab to move to another window--thick border indicates active window.
To exit from the remote management session and return to the command-line
interface session on the shelf controller, type Ctrl+C three times in quick succession.
Either end of the connection can terminate a Multilink Protocol Plus (MP+)
connection by hanging up all channels of the connection.
The Stinger unit generates an error message for any condition that causes the session
to terminate before the unit sends the full number of packets. The following messages
might appear:
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Error message
Explanation
not authorized
Permissions are insufficient for beginning a
remote management session. You must
authenticate a user profile that enables the
system permission.
cannot find profile for
station
No profile was found for the specified station
name.
profile for station does
not specify MPP
A profile was located for the station name, but
it did not specify the MP+ encapsulation
protocol.
cannot establish connection
for station
The MP+ connection to the remote station
could not be established.
station did not negotiate MPP
The remote station did not negotiate an MP+
connection.
far end does not support
remote management
The remote station is running a version of
TAOS that does not support remote
management.
management session failed
A temporary condition, such as premature
termination of the connection, caused the
management session to fail.
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remoteshelf
Error message
Explanation
far end rejected session
The remote station was configured to reject
remote management.
Dependencies Consider the following:
The connection must use the MP+ protocol.
The connection must already be established.
Because your initial permissions are set by the default security profile on the
remote system, you might need to authenticate the full access or other
administrator-level security profile before managing the unit.
A remote management session can time out, because the traffic it generates does
not restart the idle timer. Therefore, the idle parameter in the connection profile
at both the calling and answering ends of the connection must be disabled during
a remote management session, and restored just before exiting.
Remote management works best at higher terminal speeds.
remoteshelf
Description remoteshelf displays information about enabled remote shelves
Permission level system
Usage remoteshelf [ -s | -o | -b ] option
Command element
Description
With no options
Show information for all remote shelves.
-s shelf
Show detailed information for a single remote shelf.
-o slot
Show all remote shelves associated with a given
OLIM slot.
-b bin
Show detailed information for a remote shelf
associated with the specified nailed group bin.
Example The following command shows details about remote shelf 3:
HOST> remoteshelf -s 3
Shelf:
3
Shelf Name:
MyShelfName
Shelf Location: MyShelfLocation
Shelf Type:
Stinger MRT
Host Port:
{ { 1 17 1 } 0 }
Shelf Enabled:
Yes
Oper State:
OPER_UP
Up Count:
2
Last Up Time:
Wed Sep 17 15:45:25 2003
Last down Time: Wed Sep 17 15:45:21 2003
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reset
Example The following command displays all configured remote shelves:
HOST> remoteshelf
Shelf Name
2 MyShelfName
AdminState OperState
Enabled
OPER_Down
host-port
{{ 0 0 0} 0}
up-count
reset
Description Resets the Stinger unit. When you reset a unit, it restarts, and all active
connections are terminated. All users are logged out, and the default security level is
reactivated. In addition, a system reset can cause a WAN line to temporarily be shut
down due to momentary loss of signaling or framing information. After a reset, the
Stinger unit runs a power-on self test (POST).
Permission level update
Usage reset [ -f ][ -r primary_controller | secondary_controller |
both_controllers ][ -a | -m | -s shelf_ID ]
Command element
Description
-f
Perform the reset without prompting for
confirmation.
-a
Reset all shelf controllers in a hosted system.
-m
Reset only the master controller in a hosted
system.
-r primary_controller
Reset the primary controller only.
-r secondary_controller
Reset the secondary controller only.
-r both_controllers
Reset both controllers (the default).
-s shelf_ID
Reset a specific remote shelf in a hosted system.
Example With no options, the default action is to reset all controllers in the hosted
system:
admin> reset
See Also nvram
rm
Description Deletes a file or directory on a PCMCIA flash memory card.
Permission level system
Usage rm socket/path
Command element
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Description
socket
Flash card number.
path
Subdirectory to be deleted.
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romUpdate
Example To remove the /test1 directory on flash card 1:
admin> rm 1/test1
See Also cat, ls, mkdir, mv
romUpdate
Description
This can be used to upgrade Boot rom on 1471 and 1473 LIMs on
the field.
Permission level Code
Usage romUpdate <-b| -c | -v>
Command Element
b
Description
G
b <flash filename>
update with a binary image.
c
calculate ROM checksum and
print checksum and version.
v
show ROM flash vendor and
device IDs .
Example To show ROM flash vendor and device ID:
video-vdsl2-1/1> romUpdate -v
Flash Vendor 20
Flash ID E3
Example To calculate ROM checksum and print checksum and version.
video-vdsl2-1/1> romUpdate -c
ROM Checksum 783F
ROM version 1.2 s
Example Following is how the cli command “romUpdate” can be used to upgrade
BOOT TOMs:
video-vdsl2-1/1> rom -b 1/current/videolim913.bin
Trying to get binary flash file 1/current/videolim913.bin
Downloaded File Checksum = 8053
You are about to attempt PROGRAMMING THE BOOTPROM
If not handled properly this could PERMANENTLY DAMAGE your hardware
Do you want to quit? [y/n] n
Are you authorized to do this? [y/n] y
!! WARNING !!
!! WARNING !!
Do not power off or bounce this card while
the programming is in progress or the pack will have
to be sent back to the factory for repairs!!!
!! WARNING !!
!! WARNING !!
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S
existing Checksum 8053
Please Wait Erasing Existing ROM
ROM Erased in 5 seconds
Flash Programmed Successfully Attempt 1
video-vdsl2-1/1> rom -c
ROM Checksum 8053
ROM version 1.3
video-vdsl2-1/1> rom -v
Flash Vendor 20
Flash ID E3
video-vdsl2-1/1>
S
save
Description Saves configuration information to a file. The file can reside either on
the hard disk of the PC you are using to issue commands to the Stinger unit, or on a
networked host. The file is saved in a format that can be loaded into the Stinger unit
to restore a configuration.
The save command uses the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) to transfer the
configuration across the network. To save the Stinger configuration on a remote host,
you must have the necessary permissions in the directory.
Permission level update
Usage save [-a] [-m] [-z] [-e encryption_type password]
[target [profile-type [profile-index]]
| network host filename [-p profile1, profile2...
| -x profile1, profile2...]
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Command element
Description
-a
Explicitly save all fields, even those with default values.
If you do not specify this option, the file stores only
those fields whose values have been changed from the
default.
-m
Use Management Information Base (MIB) tags instead
of field and value names, and use profile-type numbers
rather than profile-type text names.
-z
Save the target configuration files in gzip compressed
file format.
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save
Command element
Description
-e
Use encryption.
encryption_type
password
The encryption_type argument specifies the
method to be used for encryption and decryption.
You can specify DES or MD5.
The password argument specifies the password
used to generate the key for encryption and
decryption.
The -e option supports only a network target.
target
Destination of the file to be saved. Valid specifications
are:
network host filename—A network hostname or
IP address and the name of the file on that host.
console—The PC you are using in a terminal
session.
flash device filename—The PCMCIA flash
memory card.
profile-type
Type of profile to be read, or the profile itself if it does
not require an index specification.
profile-index
Name or address that distinguishes a profile from
others of the same type. To see profile indexes, enter
the dir profile-type command.
network host
filename
Hostname or IP address of the source network and the
name of the file on that host.
-p profile1,
profile2...
Save the specified list of profiles (used only with the
network option).
-x profile1,
profile2...
Save all profiles, except those in the specified list (used
only with the network option).
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save
Note Most telnet utilities have a capture function. For example, telnet.cfg has a
capture function under the file menu. Start the capture before issuing the save
command, and end the capture after the terminal display has ended. The capture
function usually reports the name of the target file into which the display has been
saved.
Example To save all connection profiles to a file on a PC’s hard disk (after starting
the capture utility in the terminal emulation software):
admin> save console connection
; saving profiles of type CONNECTION
; profile saved Thu Jan 2 13:02:54 2002
new CONNECTION dallas
set active=yes
set ip-options remote-address=10.122.99.1/24
write -f
;
; profile saved Thu Jan 2 13:02:54 2002
new CONNECTION chicago
set active=yes
set dial-number=999
set ip-options remote-address=10.168.6.57/24
set ip-options routing-metric=2
write -f
;
To save the file, stop the capture in the terminal emulation software.
Example To save the entire configuration to hard disk, start the capture utility and
specify the console option:
admin> save console
; saving all profiles
...
All configured profiles and parameters scroll to the capture buffer. When the entire
configuration has been displayed, the following output appears:
;
;
; all profiles saved
To save the file, stop the capture.
Example The following example shows how to save a specific profile to a file on a
network host:
admin> save network host-231 /users/marcel/ipglobal ip-global
configuration being saved to 10.65.12.231
file /users/marcel/ipglobal...save
admin>
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scDiagMode
Example The following example shows how the save command specifies a profile
type by its internal number when saving with the -m option:
admin> save -m console system
; saving profiles of type SYSTEM
; profile saved Sat Mar 29 13:29:42 2002
new 3
set 1=1
set 2=eng-lab-43
write -f
Note If the first item following a new, read, or dir command is numeric, the system
handles the item as a profile-type number.
See Also load, nvram
scDiagMode
Description Enables viewing the status of the on-demand sealing current test. You
can enable, disable and view the status of the on-demand sealing current test for each
LPM slot.
Permission level
Usage scDiagMode -[e | t | d | s]
Command element
Description
-e slot port [-t timeout]
Enables SC diagnostic on slot/port. Default timeout
is five minutes.
t
Enables SC diagnostic on slot/port. Default time
out is five minutes.
Sealing current test is disabled for the slot after the
time-out period. If time out equals 0, then time out
is disabled. The sealing current test is disabled on
issuing the disable command.
-d slot
Disables SC diagnostic on slot.
-s
Displays SC diagnostic status for slot.
Example The following example shows how to enable and disable SC diagnostic on
slot and display SC diagnostic status for slot.
admin>rear
Shelf 1 (standalone) :
Slot
Slot ID
[ 1 ]
0 Empty ( IRM, LPM )
[ 2 ]
ec 48 port VDSL2 LPM for CR/LS/RT/LSPLUS <== the lpm
[ 3 ]
9a LSRT 48 port LPM
[ 4 ]
0 Empty ( IRM, LPM )
[ 5 ]
0 Empty ( IRM, LPM )
[ 6 ]
0 Empty ( IRM, LPM )
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10
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12
13
14
15
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Empty
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Midplane sparing bus usage :
7
6
5
4 3
2109 8765 4321 0987 6543 2109 8765 4321 0987
.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....
3
2
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6543 2109 8765 4321 0987 6543 2109 8765 4321
.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....
Test Bus usage : not in use
admin>scdiagmode -s 2
Slot 2 don't have sealing current diagnostic enabled.
admin>scdiagmode -e 2 3
LOG notice, Shelf 1, Controller-1, Time: 16:49:38-Sealing Current Diagnostic enabled for 2/3.
admin>scdiagmode -s 2
Slot 2 has sealing current diagnostic on port 3.
admin>scdiagmode -d 2
LOG notice, Shelf 1, Controller-1, Time: 16:50:01-Sealing Current Diagnostic disabled for slot 2.
admin>scdiagmode -s 2
Slot 2 don't have sealing current diagnostic enabled.
admin>scdiagmode -e 2 1 -t 1
LOG notice, Shelf 1, Controller-1, Time: 16:50:37-Sealing Current Diagnostic enabled for 2/1.
admin>scdiagmode -s 2
Slot 2 has sealing current diagnostic on port 1.
After 1 minute:
admin>
LOG notice, Shelf 1, Controller-1, Time: 16:51:37-Sealing Current Diagnostic expired for slot 2.
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screen
admin>scdiagmode -s 2
Slot 2 don't have sealing current diagnostic enabled.
screen
Description Changes window display sizes for the current session only. If the
status window is open when you enter the screen command, the window is resized
dynamically. If it is not open, the status window is resized when you next open it.
Permission level update
Usage screen [screen-length] [status-length] [-w width]
Command element
Description
screen-length
Number of lines displayed in the command-line
window. The default is 24 lines, which is the minimum
size. The maximum size is 999 lines
status-length
Number of lines displayed in the status window,
including dividing lines. The default is 18 lines, which
is the minimum size. The maximum size is 993 lines.
The status-length value must be less than
screen-length by at least 6 lines
-w width
Screen width, a value from 80 (the default) to 256.
Example If only the screen-length argument is specified, and the stored
status-length is not less than the specified value by six lines, the status-length is
automatically adjusted. This scenario is demonstrated in the following example:
admin> screen 55 22
new screen-length 55
new status-length 22
admin> screen 24
error: screen-length conflict, adjusting status-length from 22 to 18
new screen-length 24
new status-length 18
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sdsllines
Example The screen command enables you to specify the width of the screen. For
example, the following command sets the screen width to 256 characters:
admin> screen -w 256
The specified screen width is the number of characters that are visible without
scrolling, including the system prompt and spaces following it.
For example, if the screen width is 80 characters and the prompt is admin> (a
6-character prompt followed by a space), the maximum number of visible characters
in a command is 72. If you enter a long command (for example, one that has 100
characters), 28 of the characters are not visible at any one time. You can scroll to the
characters not currently visible by moving the cursor left or right. The Ctrl-L, Ctrl-R
control sequence allows you to redraw the current line.
See Also screen-length, screen-width
sdsllines
Description Displays SDSL channel information.
Permission level system
Usage sdsllines -a | -d | -f | -sh | -sl | -u
Command element
Description
-a
Display all available channels.
-d
Display all disabled channels.
-f
Display all possible channels.
-sh shelf
Limit the output to lines on the specified shelf.
-sl shelf slot
Limit the output to lines on the specified slot.
-u
Display all in-use channels.
Example To display all SDSL channels available, use the -a option:
admin> sdsllines -a
All SDSL lines:
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
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{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
(dvOp
(Up
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
dvUpSt dvRq
Assign UP
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
Idle
DOWN
sAdm
UP
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
nailg lmode )
00151
- )
00152
- )
00153
- )
00154
- )
00155
- )
00156
- )
00157
- )
00158
- )
00159
- )
00160
- )
00161
- )
00162
- )
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seltcmd
Line
Line
Line
Line
{
{
{
{
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
13
14
15
16
}
}
}
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(Down
(Down
(Down
(Down
Idle
Idle
Idle
Idle
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
00163
00164
00165
00166
-
)
)
)
)
The data displayed includes the physical address and channel number, and the
following status information about each channel:
Field
Description
dvOp
The current operational state of the channel (also specified by
the device-state parameter):
Down—Indicates that the channel is in a nonoperational
state.
Up—Indicates that the channel is in normal operations
mode.
dvUpSt
The status of the channel in normal operations mode:
Idle—Indicates that no call is on the line.
Assign—Indicates that the channel is handling a call.
dvRq
The required state of the channel as specified by the reqd-state
setting:
Down—Indicates that the channel is required to be
nonoperational.
Up—Indicates that the channel is required to be in normal
operations mode.
sAdm
The desired administrative state of the line:
Down—Indicates that the line should terminate all
operations and enter the down state.
Up—Indicates that the line should start up in normal
operations mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as
when a device is powering up or you change the desired state
on a running slot. Changing the desired state does not
automatically change a line to the desired state. It indicates that
an operation has been initiated that should change the Stinger
unit to the state desired.
nailg
The dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
lmode
Not used. The column indicates the line mode of ports on IMA
capable LIMs.
See Also device-type, device-state
seltcmd
Description The seltcmd command executes single ended line testing on a port.
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set
Permission level system
Usage The test is run in two parts.
The first step initiates the test, using the following seltcmd command syntax:
seltcmd shelf slot port
The second step uploads the raw test results for analysis using the following seltcmd
command syntax:
seltcmd -t [-p tftp-port] host shelf slot port [remote-file]
Syntax element
Specifies
shelf port
Shelf number of the Stinger system to be tested.
slot
Slot number.
port
Number of port to be tested.
-p tftp-port
Use the specified optional TFTP port number.
host
TFTP host.
remote-file
Name of a file on the remote host. If no file name is specified,
the default file name is derived from address of the port being
tested. For example, if the port being tested is {1 14 3}, test
results are saved in a file called selt-1-14-3 on the remote
host.
Example The following sample command initiates testing on port 12 of an ADSL2+
LIM in slot 13 of shelf 1:
admin> seltCmd 1 13 12
SELT operation started
SELT complete on {1 13 12}
Example The following sample command transfers the results from the previous
test via TFTP, to a host with an IP address of 135.17.134.96.
admin> seltCmd -t 135.17.134.96 1 13 12
SELT data transfer: sending selt-1-13-12 to 135.17.134.96
SELT data transfer: 5000 bytes sent
SELT data transfer completed
Dependencies A test can take up to 90 seconds to complete. You can run more than
one test simultaneously on a unit. However, only one SELT operation per LIM is
allowed.
set
Description Sets a parameter’s value or displays help text for a parameter in the
current or specified context of the working profile. To save the new setting, you must
write the profile.
Permission level system
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shdsllines
Usage set param-name [param-index] [subprofile] = value | ?
Command element
Description
param-name
Name of the parameter in the current or specified
context of the working profile.
param-index
Parameter index, which might be required for
complex parameters. (See the physical-address
parameter example.)
subprofile
Subprofile name within the working profile. By
specifying its name on the command line, you can set
a parameter in a subprofile without opening the
subprofile.
= value
Valid parameter value. The equals (=) sign is part of
the required syntax unless you are using the question
mark (?) for help.
?
Display help text about the specified parameter. Omit
the equals (=) sign. To display help about the address
parameter, for example, enter set address ? from
within the profile and subprofile that contains the
address parameter.
Example set enabled = yes
See Also list, new, physical-address, read, write
shdsllines
Description Displays the status of all SHDSL lines.
Permission level system
Usage shdsllines [-a | -d | -f | -u | -sh | -sl | -t]
Command element
Description
-a
Show all SHDSL lines.
-d
Show disabled lines
-f
Show all free lines
-u
Show in-use lines
-sh shelf
Limit the output to lines on the specified shelf.
-sl shelf slot
Limit the output to lines on the specified slot.
-t
Toggle debug flag.
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shdsllines
Example To show all free lines:
admin> shdsllines -f
Free SHDSL lines:
Line
Line
{
{
1
1
(dvOp
4 3 } (Up
4 4 } (Up
dvUpSt
Idle
Idle
dvRq
UP
UP
sAdm
UP
UP
nailg
00153
00154
lmode)
- )
- )
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following status
information:
Field
Description
dvOp
The current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
The status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Assign indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
The required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal operations
mode.
sAdm
The desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the deactivated state.
Up specifies that the line should be activated in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up, or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line to
the desired state. It indicates that an operation has been initiated (for
example, someone has dialed in) that should change the Stinger unit
to the desired state.
nailg
The dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
lmode
Indicates the type of SHDSL LIM installed and the mode of the line:
- indicates a port on a legacy SHDSL LIM
ATM indcates the line is configured for ATM UNI mode
IMA indicates the line is configured for IMA mode
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show
show
Description Displays information about installed modules and their status.
Permission level system
Usage show [-a ... | -s [shelf-number [slot-number [item-number]]]
Command element
Description
No options
List all modules for all shelves in the system.
-a ...
Include modules absent. Display all slots that
the Stinger unit currently maintains state
information for, including slots in the state of
none. The none state indicates that configuration
profiles are being preserved for a slot whose
module has been removed.
-s
Show additional information for debugging.
shelf-number
The shelf ID number. 1 in a Stinger host or
standalone unit. 2-7 for a Stinger MRT slave
unit. 2-25 for a Stinger Compact Remote slave
unit
slot-number
The slot number. (1-16)
item-number
The item number.
Example To display all installed modules:
admin> show
Shelf 1 ( master ):
{
{
{
{
{
shelf-1
shelf-1
shelf-1
shelf-3
shelf-3
Reqd
slot-1 0 }
UP
trunk-module-1 0 } UP
trunk-module-2 0 } UP
slot-1 0 }
UP
first-control-mod+ UP
Oper
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
Slot Type
mrt-36-adsl-card
oc3-atm-trunk-daughter-card
ds3-atm-trunk-daughter-card
mrt-36-adsl-card
mrt-cm
The output includes the address of each slot in which an expansion module is
installed, the required status and actual operating status of the module, and the type
of module installed. The required and operating status can be one of the following:
Status
Description
UP
Normal operational mode. The module is activated and
running.
DOWN
Not in an operational mode. The module has shut down all
functions and can be deactivated by the shelf controller.
POST
The download is complete, and the devices in the module are
running power-on self tests (POSTs).
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sleep
Status
Description
BOOT
The module is running BOOT code. Under normal conditions,
the LOAD status follows.
LOAD
The module is loading code as part of starting up.
RESET
The module is being reset.
NONE
The module has been swapped out, but its configuration
remains in flash memory.
OCCUPIED
The module is using two slots.
DIAG
The specified remote shelf coredumps across the host system
and does not have a local Ethernet interface.
See Also device, slot
sleep
Description Specifies the number of seconds the system pauses before it executes
the next command.
Permission level system
Usage sleep [seconds]
Command element
Description
seconds
A value from 0 through 60 seconds. The default setting is
5 seconds.
Example From the command-line interface, the following sample command
configures the system to pause for 10 seconds before it executes the next command:
admin> sleep 10
The sleep command is useful for provisioning connection profiles using the
NavisAccess™ management software. The command enables the system to
completely delete an old configuration profile before using a new profile with the
same name. NavisAccess™ management software users can introduce this command
in a configuration file sent to a Stinger unit to time saving the configuration profiles.
slot
Description Changes the administrative state of a module, forcing a state change
(up or down). The down state allows temporary removal of a card without the loss of its
configuration.
Permission level diagnostic
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slot
Usage slot -u | -d | -r | -t | -b | -m | -w [shelf-number [slot-number]]
Command element
Description
-u
Activate the specified module.
-d
Deactivate the specified module.
-r
Delete the profiles for a module that has been
removed.
-t
Toggle module debug level.
-b
Force a hardware reset of a module.
-m
Put a module into maintenance state.
-w
Change or display the watchdog failure limit.
shelf-number
Shelf ID number. 1 in a Stinger host or standalone
unit. 2-7 for a Stinger MRT slave unit. 2-25 for a
Stinger Compact Remote slave unit
slot-number
Number of an expansion slot in the specified shelf
(1 through 16).
The Stinger unit generates new syslog records when you use the following
commands:
slot -b—Reset a module.
slot -d—Stop operation of a module.
slot -u—Start operation of a module.
When you use slot -b or slot -d, the Stinger unit also generates new nonvolatile
RAM (NVRAM) records.
Example To start up the expansion module in slot 5:
admin> slot -u 5
slot 1/5 state change forced
Example In the next example, a module has been removed, as indicated by a status
of NONE in the output of the show command:
admin> show 1 4
Shelf 1 ( standalone
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
{ shelf-1 slot-4
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):
0 }
1 }
2 }
3 }
4 }
5 }
6 }
7 }
8 }
9 }
10 }
11 }
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
UP
al-dmtadsl-atm-card:
xdsl-12-line1
xdsl-12-line-2
xdsl-12-line-3
xdsl-12-line-4
xdsl-12-line-5
xdsl-12-line-6
xdsl-12-line-7
xdsl-12-line-8
xdsl-12-line-9
xdsl-12-line-10
xdsl-12-line-11
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slot-clock-source
{ shelf-1 slot-4 12 }
{ shelf-1 slot-4 13 }
NONE
xdsl-12-line-12
xdsl-12-virt-device
The NONE status indicates that the module was removed but that its profiles have been
saved. The Stinger unit retains information about the module that was in the slot and
saves its profiles until a module of a different type is installed in the same slot, or until
you delete the profile:
admin> slot -r 4
slot 1/4 removed
Either action deletes all the old profiles associated with the slot. When you insert a
different type of module, the system creates appropriate new profiles.
Note If you replace a line interface module (LIM) and wish to retain the existing
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) addresses for the slot (whether the addresses
were generated by the system or assigned explicitly), do not use the slot -r
command. Simply remove the old LIM and insert the new LIM into the slot. The
system recognizes the existing ATM addresses and does not generate new ones. A soft
permanent virtual circuit (SPVC) initiator switch can reestablish subscriber SPVCs,
because the SPVC addresses have not changed.
See Also device, open, show
slot-clock-source
Description Shows the clock sources available from trunk modules.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage slot-clock-source
Example To show the available clock sources:
admin> slot-clock-source
Best line: 18.1
Local Source List:
Source: line 18.1 Available*
priority: 2
The clock source is displayed in slot.line format, in which slot indicates the trunk
module slot number and .line indicates the trunk module line number.
snmpauthpass
Description Generates the authentication key of a Simple Network Management
Protocol version 3 (SNMPv3) user-based security model (USM) user.
Permission level update
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snmpprivpass
Usage snmpauthpass username password
Command element
Description
username
SNMPv3 USM user for whom an authentication
key is generated.
password
Password for generating the authentication key.
The snmpauthpass command can accept a username in escape sequence format.
Example To generate the authentication key of the user robin with the password
abc123:
admin> snmpauthpass robin abc123
Dependencies The password you specify is not stored in the system. It is used to
generate an authentication key when the user is authenticated. The key is stored in
the system.
See Also snmpprivpass
snmpprivpass
Description Generates the privacy key of a Simple Network Management Protocol
version 3 (SNMPv3) user-based security model (USM) user.
Permission level update
Usage snmpprivpass username password
Command element
Description
username
SNMPv3 USM user for whom a privacy key is
generated.
password
Password for generating the privacy key.
The snmpprivpass command can accept a username in escape sequence format.
Example To generate the privacy key of the user robin with the password abc123:
admin> snmpprivpass robin abc123
Dependencies The password you specify is not stored in the system. It is used to
generate a privacy key when the user is authenticated. The key is stored in the
system.
sntp
Description Displays statistics concerning the state of the Simple Network Time
Protocol (SNTP) server.
SNTP enables a group of servers to synchronize their clocks with reference to a
primary time server. The SNTP server retrieves the correct time from an official
source and distributes the information to other servers and networks.
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splimports
Permission level system
Usage sntp -d
Example
admin> sntp -d
SNTP:
mode: disabled, threshold: 10
max delta: 0, last Delta: 0
waiting for first update
system start time: Wed Oct 11 15:18:40 2000
original system start time: Wed Oct 11 15:18:40 2000
SNMP start delta: 5
SNMP trap sent: 0
time left for next request: 0 sec
splimports
Description Displays the redundancy or ignore-lineup setting for a line interface
module’s (LIM) ports.
Permission level debug
Usage splimports -i [ -n | -s | -y ] | -s [ -a | -i | -m | -w ] [slotnumber]
Command element
Description
-i
Ignore-lineup feature setting for LIM ports. Use the -i
option with the following arguments to display
specific ignore-lineup settings:
-n—Ports that are disabled for the ignore-lineup
feature.
-s—Ports that are configured for system-defined
ignore-lineup.
-y—Ports that are enabled for the ignore-lineup
feature (default option).
-s
Redundancy setting for LIM ports. Use the -s option
with the following arguments to display ports with
specific redundancy settings:
-a—Ports enabled for automatic redundancy.
-i—Ports that are disabled for automatic or manual
redundancy.
-m—Ports enabled for manual redundancy.
-w—Ports enabled for both automatic and manual
redundancy (default option).
slotnumber
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Settings for ports in the specified slot. If no slot
number is specified, the command applies to all slots.
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spvcc
Example
admin> splimports -i -s
Line
Type
-------------------1-1-1
SDSL
1-1-2
SDSL
1-1-3
SDSL
1-1-4
SDSL
1-1-5
SDSL
admin> splimports -s -i
Line
Type
Sparing Mode
-------------------------------------------1-1-1
SDSL
Inactive
1-1-2
SDSL
Inactive
1-1-3
SDSL
Inactive
1-1-4
SDSL
Inactive
1-1-5
SDSL
Inactive
spvcc
Description Displays Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) soft permanent virtual
channel connection (PVCC) statistics.
Permission level system
Usage spvcc [-a | -sh | -s | -p | -d ] shelf slot port vpi
Command
element
Description
-a
Show all ATM soft PVCC entries.
-sh shelf
Show ATM soft PVCC entries by shelf.
-s shelf slot
Show ATM soft PVCC entries by slot.
-p shelf slot
port
Show ATM soft PVCC entries by slot and port.
-d shelf slot
port vpi
Show detailed information about an ATM soft PVCC
associated with a specific virtual path identifier (VPI).
Example To display detailed statistics for a specific PVCC, you can first show all ATM
soft PVCCs to verify the slot, port, and VPI of the one you want. Then, enter the
spvcc command again with that information:
admin> spvcc -a
Profile Intf/Slot/Port/ VPI/ VCI/targVPI/targVCI TargSel OStatus
spvc1
16
1
2
0
32
0
33
req
inProg
.....
admin> spvcc -d 16 2 0
Profile = ray-1
Physical Address = { 1 1 2 }
Interface = 16
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spvcshow
OperStatus = inProg
VCL Vpi = 0
VCL Vci = 32
TargetSelect = req
TargetVpi = 0
TargetVci = 33
Target ATM address =
47.41.0.31.0.31.0.31.0.31.0.31.11.22.33.44.55.66.0.0
LastReleaseCause = 3
LastReleaseDiagnostic = 81
RetryFailures = 19
RetryInterval = 10
RetryTimer = 7
RetryThreshold = 1
RetryLimit = 0
spvcshow
Description Shows Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) soft permanent virtual
circuit (SPVC) addresses.
Permission level system
Usage spvcshow [-a | -sh | -s | -p ] shelf slot port
Command element
Description
-a
Show all ATM SPVC addresses.
-sh shelf
Show ATM SPVC address entries by shelf.
-s
shelf slot
Show ATM SPVC address entries by slot.
-p
shelf slot port
Show ATM SPVC address entries by slot and port.
Example To show the ATM SPVC addresses for all ports on remote shelf 2:
admin> spvcshow -sh 2
ADDR:Item Stat SPVC-ATM-Address
2-1-1:0
up 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:01:00
2-1-2:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:02:00
2-1-3:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:03:00
2-1-4:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:04:00
2-1-5:0
up 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:05:00
2-1-6:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:06:00
2-1-7:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:07:00
2-1-8:0
up 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:08:00
2-1-9:0
up 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:09:00
2-1-10:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:0a:00
2-1-11:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:0b:00
2-1-12:0 down 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:0d:61:c0:39:ff:00:00:00:01:0c:00
...
See Also spvcc, spvpc
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spvcstat
Description Show overall Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) soft permanent
virtual circuit (SPVC) and soft permanent virtual path (SPVP) information.
Permission level system
Usage spvcstat
Example admin> spvcstat
Call Failures = 88
Currently Failing PVCCs = 1
Currently Failing PVPCs = 1
spvpc
Description Displays Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) soft permanent virtual
path connection (PVPC) statistics.
Permission level system
Usage spvpc [-a | -sh | -s | -p | -d ] shelf slot port vpi
Command element
Description
-a
Show all ATM soft PVPC entries.
-sh shelf
Show ATM soft PVPC entries by shelf.
-s shelf slot
Show ATM soft PVPC entries by slot.
-p shelf slot port
Show ATM soft PVPC entries by slot and port.
-d shelf slot port vpi
Show detailed ATM soft PVPC information.
Example To display detailed statistics for a specific PVPC, you can first show all ATM
soft PVPCs to verify the shelf, slot, port, and VPI of the one you want. Then enter the
spvpc command again with that information:
admin> spvpc -a
Profile
Shelf/Slot/Port VPI/targVPI TargSel OStatus RFail LastCause
spvp-2.1
1
2
1
15 15
req
inProg 21 RecOnTimerExpiry
....
admin> spvpc -d 1 18 2 5
Profile = spvc-init-1
Physical Address = { 1 18 2 }
OperStatus = inProg
VCL Vpi = 5
TargetSelect = req
TargetVpi = 0
Target ATM address =
47.41.0.31.0.31.0.31.0.31.0.31.11.22.33.44.55.66.0.0.
LastReleaseCause = 3
LastReleaseDiagnostic = 81
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stats
RetryFailures = 10
RetryInterval = 10
RetryTimer = 5
RetryThreshold = 1
RetryLimit = 0
stats
Description Collect and display AAL5, ATM, Ethernet, or network processor
statistics for the specified port or device. Network processor statistics require a card
with a network processor. To display statistics for the Fast Ethernet Trunk Module or
a LIM, you must open a session to that card.
Permission level system
Usage stats stats-cmd [np] stats-type [port|conn-id|all]
Command element
Description
stats-cmd
One of the following actions:
enable—Enable statistics collection on the specified port
or device.
disable—Disable statistics collection on the specified
port or device.
traffic—Display traffic statistics.
rate—Display traffic statistics per second. This
command toggles the display of rate information.
error—Display error statistics.
stats-type
clear—Clears statistics.
Type of statistics to report. Specify one of the following
values:
aal5—AAL5 statistics for Fast Ethernet Trunk module.
atm—ATM statistics on the Utopia port for the Fast
Ethernet Trunk module.
ether—Statistics for the Fast Ethernet Trunk module's
Ethernet ports.
hdlc — Statistics for the
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Command element
Description
np stats-type
Type of information to display about network processor
operations. Specify one of the following options:
app—APP driver statistics.
conn slot ifnum—Connection statistics. Optional
arguments are:
–
slot—Display statistics only for the specified slot.
–
slot ifnumber—Display statistics only for the
specified interface. You must also specify a slot
number.
fpp—Fast Pattern Processor (FPP) statistics. FPP is a
component of the network processor.
ipport—Display statistics for open UDP/TCP ports.
ipqos ifnum [up|down]—IP QoS statistics.
For VLAN circuit or stacked VLAN connections, replace
ifnum with the WAN interface number.
For VLAN circuit or stacked VLAN connections, you
must also specify the direction in which the traffic flow
is to be monitored. To monitor upstream traffic
transmitted over an interface, specify up; specify down to
monitor downstream traffic.
The up and down options are not applicable to stacked
VLAN connections or routed and transparent-bridged
connections.
l2tp—Statistics for Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (l2tp).
lacp—Displays basic Link Aggregation Control Protocol
distribution statistics for upstream and downstream
traffic.
lport lportnum [count|count rspslot]—Logical port
statistics.
lportNum is the logical port number, a value from 1
through 16.
count specifies the number of entries to display. Valid
values are from 1 through 16. If you specify 3 for lport
and 4 for count, the output shows entries for logical
ports 3, 4, 5, and 6. If you specify 14 for lport and 5 for
count, the output is truncated to show ports 14, 15,
and 16. If no value is specified, the output displays
information only for the logical port specified.
rspslot is the RSP slot number—1 or 2. When you
specify an RSP slot number, you must also set a nonzero
value for count.
If you do not specify a value for rspslot, the system
uses the default RSP slot number.
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Command element
Description
parity—Statistics about NP memory parity errors.
pppoe—Statistics about Point-to-Point Protocol over
Ethernet (PPPoE) sessions.
rspglobal [rspslot]—Route Switch processor's global
statistics.
sch sid [count|count rspslot]—Scheduler statistics. sid
is the scheduler ID. count specifies the number of
entries to display. Valid values are from 1 through 16. If
you specify 3 for lport and 4 for count, the output
shows entries for logical ports 3, 4, 5, and 6. If you
specify 14 for lport and 5 for count, the output is
truncated to show information for logical ports 14, 15,
and 16. If no value is specified, the output displays
information only for the logical port specified.
rspslot is the RSP slot number—1 or 2. When you
specify an RSP slot number, you must also set a nonzero
value for count.
If you do not specify a value for rspslot, the system
uses the default RSP slot number.
Example The following command enables statistics collection on all the Ethernet
ports:
admin> stats enable ether all
Statistics collection enabled for ether port 1
Statistics collection enabled for ether port 2
Example The following sample command enables statistics collection on a specific
Ethernet port, in this example, Ethernet port 1:
admin> stats enable ether 1
Statistics collection enabled for ether port 1
Example The following command disables statistics collection from all Ethernet
ports:
admin> stats disable ether all
Statistics collection disabled for ether port 1
Statistics collection disabled for ether port 2
Example The following command clears statistics for all Ethernet ports:
admin> stats clear ether all
Port 1 Cleared
Port 2 Cleared
Example To display traffic statistics on a specific Ethernet port, append the port
number to the stats traffic ether command. For example:
admin> stats traffic ether 1
Rx frames
: 21647
Rx bytes
:1385748
Rx multicast
:2
1-214
Tx frames
Tx bytes
Tx multicast
: 21222
: 1443416
: 2
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Rx
Rx
Rx
Rx
broadcast
MAC pause
IW frames
Host frames
:
:
:
:
21642
0
30271
5
Tx
Tx
Tx
Tx
broadcast
MAC pause
control
Host frames
:
:
:
:
21217
0
0
5
Example To show the error statistics on all Ethernet ports, enter the stats error
ether command. For example:
admin> stats error ether
PORT Rx FCS
Tx FCS
Rx Drop
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
Tx Drop
0
0
Rx Mac
0
0
Tx SColl
0
0
Example The following displays LACP distibution statistics for upstream traffic:
admin> stats traffic np lacp
LACP NP distribution statistics (upstream)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
frames dropped (no distributing port):
distribution errors:
frames distributed to GE port 1:
frames distributed to GE port 2:
flooded frames distributed to GE port 1:
flooded frames distributed to GE port 2:
LACP NP distribution statistics (downstream)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
frames dropped from non-distributing GE port 1:
frames dropped from non-distributing GE port 2:
frames accepted from GE port 1:
frames accepted from GE port 2:
0
0
562
435
319
674
383197
3
767
2075
The last two upstream counters show the distribution of flooded frames across the
LAG ports when port blocking is disabled. These counters are not incremented when
port blocking is enabled, because in that configuration the system doesn’t flood traffic
upstream, it sends traffic to the configured “router” port.
Example The following command resets the LACP traffic counters:
admin> stats clear np lacp
Example The following displays the NP parity error statistics:
admin> stats error np parity
RBB FCRAM Control And Status(5.1.0x20) = 0x00000010
QE FCRAM Control And Status(3.0.0x2a0) = 0x00000010
DATA FCRAM Control And Status(2.1.0x60) = 0x00000010
PR0 FCRAM Control And Status(1.0.0x20) = 0x00c40010
Classifier Node 2 Interrupt Status(2.0x10.0) = 0x00000000
Classifier Node 3 Interrupt Status(3.0x10.0) = 0x00000000
TM Node 4 Interrupt Status(4.0x10.0) = 0x00000000
TM Node 5 Interrupt Status(5.0x10.0) = 0x00000000
Policing and Statistics Interrupt Status(8.0x10.0) = 0x00000000
Example The following command resets the NP parity error counters:
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admin> stats clear np parity
NP5 Parity Clear executed successfully!
status
Description Displays the status windows. You can configure the content of the
windows to show connection, line, or log-message information.
Permission level system
Usage status [ on | off ]
Command element
Description
on
Display the status windows.
off
Hide the status windows.
Example To display status windows:
admin> status
or
admin> status on
2 Connections
001 tomw TCP 1/7/14 19200
002 timl TCP 1/7/3 56000
Status
Serial number: 6201732
Rx Pkt:
11185897
Col:
129
12/26/2002 12:20:15
Up:
Version: 9.0F
3 days, 21:47:32
M: 29 L: info Src: shelf-1/controller
Issued: 16:48:02, 09/27/2002
[Next/Last Conn: <dn/up arw>, Next?Last Page: <pg dn/up>, Exit: <esc>]
To hide the windows:
admin> status
or
admin> status off
See Also connection, log, view
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T
telnet
Description Opens a telnet session across the network to the specified host.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage telnet [-a | -b | -t ][ -l [e] | -r [e] ] hostname [portnumber]
Command element
Description
-a
ASCII mode, or standard 7-bit mode. In 7-bit mode,
bit eight is set to 0 (zero). This value is the default if
no other mode is specified.
-b
Binary mode. The Stinger unit attempts to negotiate
the telnet 8-bit binary option with the server at the
remote end. You can run X-Modem and other 8-bit
file transfer protocols in this mode.
-t
Transparent mode. You can send and receive binary
files, and run the same file-transfer protocols,
without having to be in binary mode.
-l [e]
Local echo. As you type a line, it echoes on your
terminal screen, but is not actually transmitted until
you enter a carriage return.
-r [e]
Remote echo. Turn local echo off.
hostname
IP address or Domain Name System (DNS) name of
a networked host.
portnumber
Port number for telnet sessions. The default port is
23.
Example To open a telnet session to host-231:
admin> telnet host-231
Connecting to host-231 (10.65.12.231)...
Escape character is '^]'
Connected
You can also open a session after starting the telnet program. To display the available
commands:
admin> telnet
telnet> ?
?
help
open
quit
close
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Displays this information.
"
"
"
Connect to a site.
Quit Telnet.
Close current Telnet connection.
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send
set
Send Telnet command. Type 'send ?' for help.
Set special char. Type 'set ?' for help.
Note During an open telnet connection, type the Ctrl key plus a right square
bracket (Ctrl+]) to display the telnet> prompt and the telnet command-line
interface. Any valid telnet command returns you to the open session. Note that
Ctrl+] does not function in binary mode telnet. If you log into the Stinger unit by
telnet, you might want to change its escape sequence from Ctrl+] to a different
setting.
See Also ping
terminal-server
Description Starts terminal-server mode, which has its own command interface.
Permission level termserv
Usage terminal-server
Example To enter terminal-server mode and display the list of available commands:
admin> terminal-server
admin% ?
?
Display help information
help
"
"
"
quit
Closes terminal server session
hangup
"
"
"
"
local
Go to local mode
remote
remote <station>
set
Set various items. Type 'set ?' for help
show
Show various tables. Type 'show ?' for help
iproute
Manage IP routes. Type 'iproute ?' for help
telnet
telnet [-a|-b|-t] <host-name> [<port-number>]
tcp
tcp <host-name> <port-number>
ping
ping <host-name>
traceroute
Trace route to host. Type 'traceroute -?' for help
rlogin
rlogin [-l user -ec] <host-name>
To exit terminal server mode:
admin% quit
admin>
See Also ping, telnet
thermalstatus
Description Displays a number of temperature-related values to show the overall
thermal status of the unit. The values include:
Ambient temperature at fan tray intake.
Shelf-controller temperature.
High, low, and alarm temperature thresholds.
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Slot-card temperature for slot cards that support temperature reporting.
Currently, no slot cards support thermal information reporting.
Power supply thermal status, and whether the power supplies are in an
overheated state.
Fan tray status, including the fan tray operational mode, low-noise speed in
revolutions per minute (RPM), current fan mode, and current speed of each fan
in RPMs.
Permission level system
Usage thermalstatus
Example To display the overall thermal status of the unit:
admin> thermalstatus
System Thermal status
Ambient temperature at intake : 27 C (80 F)
Shelf controller temperature : 35 C (95 F)
High temperature threshold : 36 C (96 F)
Low temperature threshold
: 32 C (89 F)
Alarm temperature threshold : 38 C (100 F)
Slot cards:
(no slot cards contain thermal information)
Power supply thermal status
Power Supply #
Temp
=================================
A
OK
B
OK
C
n/a
D
OK
Fantray status
Fan operational mode: auto-regulation
Low-noise RPM:
2000
Current fan mode:
Full-speed
Fan #
RPM
Status
============================================
1
3289
GOOD
2
3214
GOOD
3
3075
GOOD
4
3143
GOOD
5
3214
GOOD
6
3289
GOOD
topology
Description Displays the topology of a hosted Stinger MRT system.
Permission level diagnostic
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Usage topology [ -p | -d | -s | -r ] Shelf_ID
Command element
Description
With no options
Display the entire topology.
-p
Display a pictoral view of the topology.
-d shelf
Display the topology details of a shelf.
-s shelf
Display the statistics of a shelf.
-r shelf
Send an init packet from the host to a remote shelf
without resetting the shelf.
Example In the following example, remote shelf 3 is connected to EXP1, and no
remote shelves are connected after it. On EXP2 remote shelf 2 is connected, followed
by remote shelf 5.
admin> topology
Slaves connected to EXP1 of Master
==================================
ShelfId
: 3
Operational State
: UP
Admin State
: UP
Position
: 1
MrtType
: STINGER_MRT_23INCH_PLATFORM
MRT Connected to Exp1
: 1
MRT Connected to Exp2
: 16
Port connected to - On Master
: 0
Port connected to - On Slave
: 0
Slaves connected to EXP2 of Master
==================================
ShelfId
: 2
Operational State
: UP
Admin State
: UP
Position
: 1
MrtType
: STINGER_MRT_23INCH_PLATFORM
MRT Connected to Exp1
: 1
MRT Connected to Exp2
: 5
Port connected to - On Master
: 1
Port connected to - On Slave
: 0
ShelfId
Operational State
Admin State
Position
MrtType
MRT Connected to Exp1
MRT Connected to Exp2
Port connected to - On Master
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
5
UP
UP
2
STINGER_MRT_23INCH_PLATFORM
2
16
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Port connected to - On Slave
: 0
Field
Description
ShelfId
ID of the remote shelf.
Operational State
Operational state of the remote shelf.
Admin State
State set by the administrator, either in a profile
or by using a command.
Position
Position of the remote shelf relative to the host.
MrtType
Description of the Stinger MRT platform.
MRT Connected to Exp1
ID of shelf connected to that EXP1 port. The
string ANY-SHELF indicates an invalid shelf ID.
The number 16 indicates that no remote shelf is
connected to the port.
MRT Connected to Exp2
ID of shelf connected to that EXP2 port. The
string ANY-SHELF indicates an invalid shelf ID.
The number 16 indicates that no remote shelf is
connected to the port.
Port connected to - On Master
The cascade port used by the host to connect to
the remote shelf. The string ANY-PORT indicates
an invalid port number.
Port connected to - On Slave
The cascade port used by the remote shelf to
connect to host. The string ANY-PORT indicates an
invalid port number.
Example For a picture of the topology, use the topology -p command. For example:
admin> topology -p
-------------------|
MASTER: 1
|
EXP1---------------------------EXP2
|
|
|
|
-------EXP1-------------EXP1------| Slave
: 5 |
| Slave
: 4 |
-------EXP2-------------EXP2------|
|
|
|
-------EXP1-------------EXP1------| Slave
: 3 |
| Slave
: 6 |
-------EXP2-------------EXP2------Example You can also display the details about a particular shelf by using the
topology -d command and specifying the remote shelf ID. For example:
admin> topology -d 5
ShelfId
Operational State
Admin State
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: UP
: UP
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Position
: 2
MrtType
: STINGER_MRT_23INCH_PLATFORM
MRT Connected to Exp1 : 2
MRT Connected to Exp2 : 16
Port connected to - On Master : 1
Port connected to - On Slave : 0
Example To display statistics about the types of packets received and sent to a
particular shelf, use the topology -s command with the remote shelf ID. For
example:
admin> topology -s 3
Statistics of Shelf: 3
discovery restart
: 0
Number of requests received
Valid
: 1
Duplicate ShelfId : 0
Admin State not UP: 0
Invalid
: 0
Discarded
: 0
Number of Ack Sent
: 1
Number of Nack Sent
: 0
Number of Reset Sent : 0
Number of Init Sent
: 0
Field
Description
discovery restart
Number of times autodiscovery has been restarted.
Number of requests
received
Valid
Count of valid requests received.
Duplicate ShelfId
Another MRT sent requests with this shelf ID.
Admin State not UP
Request was received when administrative state for this
shelf was down or unknown.
Invalid
An invalid request was received. A request is invalid is
it contains a protocol Id or version mismatch, or is sent
from invalid intermediate shelf.
Discarded
Request discarded, which might indicate that the
intermediate shelf is down.
Number of Ack Sent
Number of Acks sent to the shelf.
Number of Nack Sent
Number of Nacks sent to the shelf.
Number of Reset Sent
Number of Resets sent to the shelf.
Number of Init Sent
Number of Inits sent to the shelf.
Example When you specify shelf ID 1, indicating the host, the topology -s
command displays the number of erroneous packets received. For example:
admin> topology -s 1
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Discarded packets
: 0
Request Rcvd with Invalid ShelfID
: 0
Field
Description
Discarded packets
Packets discarded due to header errors, intermediate
shelves being down. No action had been taken on
these packets, they were silently discarded.
Request Rcvd with
Invalid ShelfID
Autodiscovery received from with invalid shelf ID (a
shelf ID outside the range from 2 to 7).
Example If you execute the topology -s command on the remote shelf, statistics
are displayed for that shelf only. For example:
admin> open 3 8
SLAVE3/8>> topology -s
Statistics of Shelf: 3
Discarded packets
Discovery restart
Number of Req Sent
Number of Ack Rcvd
Number of Nack Rcvd
Number of PassThruReq
Number of PassThruRep
Number of Init Rcvd
Number of Reset Rcvd
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0
0
126
0
0
0
0
0
0
Field
Description
Discarded packets
Packet discarded due to header errors.
Discovery restart
Number of times Auto Discovery has been restarted.
Number of Req Sent
Number of Auto Discovery Request sent.
Number of Ack Rcvd
Number of Acks received from the host.
Number of Nack Rcvd
Number of Nacks received from the host.
Number of PassThruReq
Number of pass through request forwarded.
Number of PassThruRep
Number of pass through replies forwarded.
Number of Init Rcvd
Number of Inits received from the host.
Number of Reset Rcvd
Number of Resets received from the host.
Example Usually, the host sends an init packet to a remote shelf only if its
administrative state is UP and its operational state is DOWN. To restart autodiscovery
between the host and a remote shelf without resetting the shelf, use the topology -r
command and specify the shelf’s ID. For example:
admin> topol -r 2
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traceroute
Description Traces the route an IP packet follows by launching User Datagram
Protocol (UDP) probe packets with a low time-to-live (TTL) value and then listening
for an Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) time exceeded reply message from a
router. Probes start with a TTL of 1 (one) and increase by 1 until either a probe packet
reaches the destination host or the TTL reaches the maximum.
Three probes are sent at each TTL setting. The second line of command output shows
the address of the router and round-trip time of each probe. If the probe answers
come from different gateways, the address of each responding system is printed. If
the Stinger unit receives no response within a 3-second timeout interval, the
command output is an asterisk (*).
The destination host is not supposed to process the UDP probe packets, so the
destination port is set to an unlikely value, such as 33434. When the packets reach
the destination host, it sends back an ICMP port unreachable message.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage traceroute [-n] [-v] [-m max_ttl] [-p port] [-q nqueries]
[-w waittime] [-s src_IPaddr] hostname [datasize]
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Command element
Description
-n
Print hop addresses numerically rather than
symbolically and numerically. (This option
eliminates a name server address-to-name lookup
for each gateway found on the path.)
-v
Verbose output. Include received ICMP packets other
than time exceeded and ICMP port unreachable.
-m max_ttl
Maximum TTL (maximum number of hops) used in
outgoing probe packets. The default is 30 hops.
-p port
Base UDP port number used in probes. If a device is
listening on a port in the default range, this option
can be used to pick an unused port range. The
default is 33434.
-q nqueries
Maximum number of queries for each hop. The
default is 3.
-w waittime
Time to wait for a response to a query. The default is
3 seconds.
-s src_IPaddr
IP address of the source host.
hostname
IP address or Domain Name System (DNS) name of a
networked host.
datasize
Size of the data field of the UDP probe datagram sent
by traceroute. The default is 0 (zero), which results
in a datagram size of 38 bytes (a UDP packet carrying
no data).
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Example To trace the route to host-231:
admin> traceroute host-231
traceroute to host-231 (10.65.12.231), 30 hops max, 0 byte packets
1 host-231.abc.com (10.65.12.231) 0 ms 0 ms 0 ms
To perform the same trace, but with a maximum TTL of 60 hops:
admin> traceroute -m 60 host-231
traceroute to host-231 (10.65.12.231), 60 hops max, 0 byte packets
1 host-231.abc.com (10.65.12.231) 0 ms 0 ms 0 ms
The following annotations can appear in the command output after the time field:
Output annotation
Description
!H
Host reached.
!N
Network unreachable.
!P
Protocol unreachable.
!S
Source route failed. Occurrence of this event might
indicate a problem with the associated device.
!F
Fragmentation needed. Occurrence of this event
might indicate a problem with the associated device.
!?
ICMP subcode. The event indicates an error.
!??
Reply received with inappropriate type. The event
indicates an error.
See Also ping, netstat
U
uptime
Description Reports the number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds the system
and individual modules have been active (in the Up state).
Permission level system
Usage uptime [[ -a ] | [[shelf] slot ]]
Command element
Description
No options
Display the system uptime.
-a
Display the time all modules in the Up state have
been active.
slot
Display the amount of time for the specified
module on the master shelf has been active.
shelf slot
Display the amount of time for the module
specified by shelf and slot has been active (Up).
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usergroupcheck
Example The following example shows the amount of time that all modules in the
Up state have been active. (Modules that are not in the Up state are not reported.)
admin> uptime -a
17:50:44
{ shelf-1 slot-4 } al-dmtadsl-atm-card
0 days 02:45:42
{ shelf-1 slot-6 } sdsl-atm-card
0 days 02:45:48
{ shelf-1 control-module } shelf-controller 0 days 02:47:05
8.0a0e0
8.0a0e0
8.0a0e0
Note To enable network management stations to obtain uptime information, the
following SNMP variable has been added to the Ascend Enterprise Management
Information Base (MIB):
slotLastChange
SYNTAX
ACCESS
STATUS
DESCRIPTION
OBJECT-TYPE
TimeTicks
read-only
mandatory
"The value of sysUpTime at the time the slot card
entered its current state."
::= { slotEntry 9 }
The slotLastChange variable reports the value of sysUpTime at the time the module
entered its current state.
usergroupcheck
Description Enables validation of user and group specifications.
Permission level system
Usage usergroupcheck [ -u user | -g group ] [ -a ]
Command element
Description
-u user
Verify the user-group profile specified by the user-group
parameter in the user profile called user, and display the
commands to which user has access.
-g group
Verify that the user-group profile specified by group
specifies a valid list of commands. If the command user
group contains commands that are valid on a module, this
option displays the commands.
-a
Verify that all user-group profiles specify valid lists of
commands, and that all user-group profiles specified by
user profiles are valid.
Example For example, to verify the user-group profile specified in the user profile
called bill:
admin> usergroupcheck -u bill
Group provisioning: Commands all valid.
Commands available to this user are:
?
( user )
auth
( user )
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userstat
clear
date
delete
dtunnel
filtcache
get
gre
grep
help
l2tp
l2tpcards
l2tpsessions
l2tptunnels
list
netware
new
prtcache
quit
whoami
write
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user )
update
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system
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Example To verify that the newyork command user group contains a valid list of
commands:
admin> usergroupcheck -g newyork
Group provisioning commands all valid
Example To verify that all user-group profiles specify valid lists of commands, and
that all user-group profiles specified by user profiles are valid:
admin> usergroupcheck -a
All groups and users verified
userstat
Description Displays user session status.
Permission level system
Usage userstat [[-s | -t | -k sessionID | -a ipaddress | -u username | -l |
-d ] [-o format]] .
Command element
Description
No options
Display user session status.
-s
Show users (default).
-t
Show the total number of active users.
-k sessionID
Terminate a user session.
-a ipAddress
Show the session with a matching IP address.
-u username
Show the session with a matching username.
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userstat
-l
Display the output in wide format (more than
80 characters).
-d
Dump the session. Do not pass session output through
more format values.
-o format
Show only the details specified. By default, all information
is displayed. Replace format with one or more of the
following to focus the display:
%i—Session ID
%l—Physical address (Line/chan)
%s—Location (Slot:Item)
%r—Transmit and receive rates (Tx/Rx rate)
%d—Type of service (Svc)
%a—Address
%u—Username
%c—Connection time
%t—Idle time
%n—Dialed number
Example To display user session status:
admin> userstat
SessionID Line/Chan Slot:Item Tx/Rx Rate Svc Address
228687860 1.01.02/01 1:03:01/01 56K/56K
TCP 10.100.0.1
228687861 1.02.03/02 1:04:02/00 28800/33600 TCP 10.168.6.24
<end user list> 2 active user(s)
Username
barney
jake
The display output contains the following fields:
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Field
Description
SessionID
Unique ID assigned to the session.
Line/Chan
Physical address (shelf.slot.line/channel) of the network
port on which the connection was established.
Slot:Item
Location (Shelf:slot:item/logical-item) of the host port to
which the call was routed.
Tx/Rx Rate
Transmit and receive rates.
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userstat
Field
Description
Svc
Type of service in use for the session. Following are the possible
values:
---—(The service is being negotiated.)
SLP—Serial line IP
TLN—telnet
BTN—Binary telnet
TCP—Raw Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
TRM—Terminal server
VCN—Virtual connect
DTP—DTPT
Dialed#
The number dialed to initiate this session. (This information
appears only when you use the -l option.)
ConnTime
The amount of time (in hours:minutes:seconds format) since
the session was established. (This information appears only
when you use the -l option.)
IdleTime
The amount of time (in hours:minutes:seconds format) since
data was last transmitted across the connection. (This
information appears only when you use the -l option.)
Example If you use the -o option and indicate the codes for session ID and line or
channel information, the command shows only the following details:
admin> userstat -o %i %l
SessionID Line/Chan
228687860 1.01.02/01
228687861 1.02.03/02
<end user list> 1 active user(s)
Example To terminate a user session, include the -k option and session ID with the
userstat command:
admin> userstat
SessionID Line/Chan Slot:Item
246986325 1.01.02/01 1:13:01/000
100.100.8.2
<end user list> 1 active user(s)
Rate Svc
33600 TCP
Address
100.100.8.2
Username
admin> userstat -k 246986325
Session 246986325 cleared
Example To display the total number of active users enter the userstat command
with the -t option. For example:
admin> userstat -t
2 active user(s)
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V
vdsldebug
Description Debug vdsl VLANs.
Permission level debug
Usage vdsldebug
Example The following example shows how to debug the vdsl VLANs:
admin>vdsldebug
DCLCALL:Vdsl debug is now on
admin>deb on
Diagnostic output enabled
admin>new CONNECTION
CONNECTION/"" read
admin>set station = tt-bir-333
(New index value; will save as new profile CONNECTION/tt-bir-333.)
admin>set active = yes
admin>set encapsulation-protocol = ethernet
admin>set ip-options remote-address = 14.10.10.33/32
admin>set ip-options netmask-remote = 255.255.255.255
admin>set ip-options local-address = 14.10.20.33/32
admin>set ip-options netmask-local = 255.255.255.255
admin>set mp-options enabled = no
admin>set bir-options enable = yes
admin>set bir-options proxy-arp = yes
admin>set ether-options nailed-group = 251
admin>set ether-options vlan-id = 333
admin>write -f
DCLCALL-VDSL: vdslDuplicateVlan ng 251 vlan 333 : returns 0
DCLCALL-VDSL: _allocNewVlanVciNgMap ng 251 getbuff ok
DCLCALL-VDSL : vdslGetInternalVci ng 251 vlanId 333 alloc new vci map okay
DCLCALL-VDSL : vdslGetInternalVci ng 251 vlanId 333 returning vci 35 count
is now 1
CONNECTION/tt-bir-333 written
vdsllines
Description Displays the status of all very-high-bit-rate digital subscriber lines
(VDSL).
Permission level system
Usage vdsllines [ -a | -d | -f | -sh shelf | -sl shelf slot | -u ]
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Command element
Description
-a
Show all VDSL lines.
-d
Show disabled lines.
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vdsllines
Command element
Description
-f
Show all free lines.
-sh shelf
Limit the output to lines on the specified shelf.
-sl shelf slot
Limit the output to lines on the specified slot.
-u
Show in-use lines.
Example To show all free lines:
admin> vdsllines -f
Free VDSL lines:
(dvOp dvUpSt dvRq
sAdm
nailg lmode )
Line
{
1 14 1 }
(Up
Idle
UP
UP
00651
- )
Line
{
1 14 2 }
(Up
Idle
UP
UP
00652
- )
The data displayed includes the physical address of each line and the following status
information:
Field
Description
dvOp
Current operational state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is in a nonoperational state.
Up indicates that the line is in normal operations mode.
dvUpSt
Status of the line in normal operations mode:
Idle indicates that no call is on the line.
Active indicates that the line is handling a call.
dvRq
Required state of the line:
Down indicates that the line is required to be nonoperational.
Up indicates that the line is required to be in normal operations
mode.
sAdm
Desired administrative state of the line:
Down specifies that the line should terminate all operations and
enter the deactivated state.
Up specifies that the line should be activated in normal operations
mode.
The actual state of the line can differ from the desired state, as when a
device is powering up, or you change the desired state on a running
slot. Changing the desired state does not automatically change a line to
the desired state. It indicates that an operation has been initiated (for
example, someone has dialed in) that should change the Stinger unit
to the desired state.
nailg
Dedicated (nailed) group to which the line is assigned.
lmode
Not used. This column indicates the line mode of ports on IMA capable
LIMs.
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vdslngvlanmap
Description Displays the vdsl VLANs on a nailed group.
Permission level system
Usage vdslngvlanmap
Example To display the vdsl VLANs on a nailed group:
admin> vdslngvlanmap
ng 251 : 0 333 400 600 700 800
ng 252 : 500
version
Description Displays the current system software version, control module revision
number, and control module model number.
Permission level system
Usage version
Example To display version information:
admin> version
Software version 9.2-167
* * * 9_2-167/stngrcm2 <satishb> Jun 01 2002 04:09 * * *
Hardware revision: 2.0 Model A
Dependencies If no hardware revision is displayed, a revision 1 control module is
present and is running a software version earlier than TAOS 9.1-142. The system
displays the control module model number only if a revision 2 control module is
present.
view
Description Changes the information displayed in the top or bottom status window.
Permission level system
Usage view
position status-type
Command element
Description
position
Area of the status window to be affected by the
command:
top
bottom
left
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vlanDatabase
Command element
Description
status-type
Type of status information to display.
If the specified window position is top or bottom,
the window can display one of the following
types of status information:
–
general—General status information
–
log—32-message log buffer
–
line—Line and channel status
If the specified window position is left, the
window can display one of the following types of
status information:
–
connection—WAN connection status
–
session—Management status
Example To display session information:
admin> view left session
3 Sessions
console
admin
pratul
1/13/8
RA ........ ........ ........
135.254.196.37
135.254.196.37
M: 48 L: info Src: shelf-1/controller
Issued: 16:48:02, 09/27/2002
[Next/Last Conn:<dn/up arw>, Next?Last Page: <pg dn/up>, Exit: <esc>]
See Also connection, ledoff, log
vlanDatabase
Description Displays the detailed information about the VLANs configured on a
GE-OLIM card.
Permission level user
Usage vlanDatabase
Example The following example lists the VLANs configured on a GE-OLIM card:
golim-1/10> vlanDatabase
VlanId
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MemberPorts
BridgeGroup
BridgeType
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vrouter
------
-----------
-----------------
-----------
----------
100
2
ge2-ge3
1 BRIDGE VLAN CIRCUIT
200
2
ge7,ge9
2 BRIDGE VLAN CIRCUIT
vrouter
Description Displays entries in the virtual router (VRouter) table.
Permission level system
Usage vrouter [dump [full]]
Command element
Description
dump
Display the entries in the VRouter table.
full
Display extended information about the entries in the
VRouter table.
Example To display VRouter table entries:
admin> vrouter dump
Total number of VRouters = 1
Index = 1, Name = cli, ID = 1
W
wandisplay
Description Specifies the number of bytes of a WAN message display.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage wandisplay n
Command element
Description
n
Number of bytes to display. A 0 (zero) turns off the display.
Example To display the first 25 bytes of each WAN message:
admin> wandisplay 25
Display the first 25 bytes of WAN messages
See Also wanopening, wandsess
wandsess
Description Enables you to specify the number of bytes to display for a single WAN
session.
Permission level diagnostic
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wannext
Usage wandsess sess n
Command
element
Description
sess
Local or RADIUS profile name used to specify the session.
n
Number of bytes to display.
Example admin> wandsess tim 120
admin> wandsess bob 160
admin> wandsess
120
tim
160
bob
See Also wandisplay, wannext, wanopening
wannext
Description Specifies the number of bytes of a WAN message to display for the next
call only.
Permission level diagnostic
Usage wannext n
Command element
Description
n
Number of bytes to display. A 0 (zero) turns off the display.
Example To display 25-byte WAN messages for the next call:
admin> wannext 25
Display the first 25 bytes of WAN messages for the NEXT call
See Also Wandisplay, wandsess, wanOpening
wanopening
Description Specifies the number of bytes of a WAN opening message to display.
Permission level
diagnostic
Usage wanopening n
Command element
Description
n
Number of bytes to display. A 0 (zero) turns off the display.
Example To display 50 bytes of each WAN opening message:
admin> wanopening 50
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which
Display the first 50 bytes of WAN messages during OPENING only
See Also wandisplay, wandsess
which
Description Enables you to look up the dedicated (nailed) group associated with the
port used for an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) connection.
Permission level system
Usage which [ -p | -n
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] [ -c ] port | group [ifType]
Command element
Description
-p
Show the port—and channel, for the IDSL line
interface module (LIM)—associated with the
dedicated (nailed) group indicated by group.
-n
Show the dedicated (nailed) group or groups
associated with the port indicated by port, in {shelf
slot item} format.
-c
List the connections associated with the nailed group
or port.
port
Physical address of the port.
group
Dedicated group number.
ifType
IANA interface type.
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which
Example To display the port associated with dedicated (nailed) group 21:
admin> which -p 21
The port corresponding to nailed group 21 is:
{ shelf-1 slot-1 21 }
Add the -c option to include a display of the connections associated with this
dedicated (nailed) group:
admin> which -p -c 21
The port corresponding to nailed group 21 is:
{ shelf-1 slot-1 21 }
The connection(s) associated with this nailed group are:
lim-1-21-ckt-1
lim-1-21-ckt-8
lim-1-21-ckt-7
lim-1-21-ckt-6
lim-1-21-ckt-5
lim-1-21-ckt-4
lim-1-21-ckt-3
lim-1-21-ckt-2
Example To display the dedicated (nailed) group corresponding to port 1 of an IDSL
module in slot 13:
admin>
Nailed
601
Nailed
601
Nailed
which -n {1 13 1}
group corresponding to port { shelf-1 slot-13 idsl-1 channel 1 } is
group corresponding to port { shelf-1 slot-13 idsl-1 channel 2 } is
group corresponding to port { shelf-1 slot-13 atm-internal-1} is 633
Note For the IDSL line interface module (LIM), the dedicated (nailed) groups
assigned to both BRI channels and the dedicated (nailed) group assigned to the ATM
interface are displayed. The ATM Internal interface has the same physical address as
the first BRI channel. The IDSL line is identified by idsl- before the line number. The
ATM Internal interface is identified by atm-internal- before the line number.
Example You can use the which command to determine which port is in use when
you have the dedicated (nailed) group assignment of a connection profile. For
example, if the circuit uses nailed-group 296:
admin> which -p 296
The port corresponding to nailed group 296 is: { shelf-1 slot-6 46 }
In the case of the port on an IDSL card, if the circuit uses nailed-group 601, and
nailed-group 633 as its ATM internal interface:
admin> which -p 601
The port corresponding to nailed group 601 is:
{ shelf-1 slot-13 idsl-1 chan-1 }
{ shelf-1 slot-13 idsl-1 chan-22 }
admin> which -p 633
The port corresponding to nailed group 633 is: { shelf-1 slot-13
atm-internal-1}
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who
Example If the argument specifies a slot that is not populated, or a dedicated
(nailed) group that is not assigned, the command returns a message that the number
was not found. For example:
admin> which -p 43
The port corresponding to nailed group 43 is:
NONE!
Example If more than one port has the same dedicated (nailed) group associated
with it (which is illegal), the which command returns all the ports that have this
dedicated (nailed) group. Using the which command can be a convenient way to find
duplicate dedicated (nailed) groups. For example:
admin> read sdsl {1 6 46}
SDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-6 46 } read
admin> set line-config nailed-group=801
admin> write
SDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-6 46 } written
admin> which -p 801
The port corresponding to nailed group 801 is:
{ shelf-1 slot-6 46 }
{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
Duplicate dedicated (nailed) group assignments can occur only when you change
default nailed-group numbers. To fix the problem, change the dedicated (nailed)
group assignments in one or more profiles, and then verify by using the which
command again.
Dependencies The following rules apply when using the which command:
If you enter a physical address, the system assumes the logical item to be zero.
If you do not enter an IANA interface type, the system attempts to guess the
IANA type of the given address.
For an IDSL port, the format {{ shelf slot item}0} represents an entire line.
who
Description Enables you to display information about or disconnect administrative
users.
Permission level system
Usage who [am i ]|[-k username IPaddress]
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Command element
Description
No options
Display the names of administrative users, user
profiles, and IP addresses of administrative users
from telnet sessions.
am i
Display the current user and user profile for an
administrative session.
-k username IPaddress
Disconnect an administrative session for a specified
user at a specified IP address.
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whoami
Example Without any arguments, the output of the command displays names of
administrative users, user profiles, and IP addresses of administrative users from
Telnet sessions. An asterisk (*) denotes the current session. For example:
admin> who
user
* admin
pratul
profile
super
admin
admin
from
console
135.254.196.37
135.254.196.37
To display the current user and user profile for an administrative session, use the
who am i command. The output of this command is similar to the existing whoami
command. For example:
admin> who am i
User Name : admin
User Profile : admin
To disconnect an administrative session, use the -k option with the who command.
For example, the following command disconnects the user pratul logged in from IP
address 200.254.96.37:
admin> who -k pratul 200.254.196.37
LOG critical, Shelf 1, Controller-1, Time: 05:24:17-user admin from 200.254.196.37 disconnected user pratul from 135.254.196.37
1 administrative user killed.
The preceding command disconnects all sessions with the user name pratul logged in
from IP address 200.254.96.7.
Dependencies You cannot use the who -k command to disconnect the current
session or a session from the console if for its serial port the user-profile parameter
in the serial profile is set to a value other than null.
whoami
Description Displays the name of the user profile associated with the current
session.
Permission level user
Usage whoami
Example To display the name of your user profile:
admin> whoami
tommy
See Also auth
write
Description Validates the settings of the working profile and then writes it from the
edit buffer to nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM).
If you modify a profile and do not use the write command before reading another
profile, the changes are lost.
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write
Permission level update
Usage write [ -f]
Command element
Description
-f
Force the write operation without prompting for
confirmation, overwriting an existing profile if one
exists with the same index.
Example To create a new connection profile, modify it, and write it to NVRAM:
admin> new conn newyork
CONNECTION/newyork read
admin> list
[in CONNECTION/newyork (new)]
station*=newyork
active=no
encapsulation-protocol=atm
called-number-type=national
dial-number=""
clid=""
ip-options={ yes yes 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 7 100 255 no no 0 +
session-options={ "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 "" }
telco-options={ ans-and-orig no off 1 no no 56k-restricted 0 +
usrRad-options={ global 0.0.0.0 1646 "" 1 acct-base-10 }
calledNumber=""
admin> write
CONNECTION/newyork written
Dependencies Consider the following:
If the working profile has an index field—a parameter followed by an
asterisk(*)—that parameter must have a value or the write operation is not
allowed.
If you issue a write command when the current profile has not been modified
from the saved version, the write does not occur and the following message is
displayed:
admin> write
Nothing new to write; nothing written.
You can force the write to occur by using the –f option on the write command
line.
Note The write always occurs if the profile has not been written previously.
See Also list, new, read, set
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2
A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24
D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-34
E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-40
F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-45
G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-51
H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-53
I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-55
L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-69
M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-80
N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-85
O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-88
P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-94
Q. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-108
R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-110
S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-115
T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-128
U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-140
V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-142
W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-146
X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-147
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A
A
access-properties
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure settings for the vacm-access
profile.
Usage Following is a listing of the access-properties subprofile with its default
settings:
[in VACM-ACCESS/{ "" "" v1 no+ }:access-properties]
group-name = ""
context-prefix = ""
security-model = v1
security-level = none
action
Description A subprofile that specifies the action performed by the Stinger unit
when it detects the event specified by the event parameter setting.
Usage Following is a listing of the action subprofile with its default settings:
[in ALARM/robin:action]
alarm-led-minor=off
alarm-led-major=off
alarm-relay-minor=off
alarm-relay-minor-duration=0
alarm-relay-major=off
alarm-relay-major-duration=0
addr-index
Description A subprofile that defines the index to the summary address.
Usage Following is a listing of the addr-index subprofile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-SUMMARY-ADDR/"":addr-index (new)]
node-index = 0
type = internal-summary
address = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
prefix-len = 0
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ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF
ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF
Description A read-only profile that holds information about the Stinger dedicated
(nailed) interfaces. The system creates a profile for an active dedicated interface and
assigns it an interface index.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the admin-state-perm profile:
[in ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF/frdevice1]
station*=frdevice1
snmp-interface=19
desired-state=admin-state-up
desired-trap-state=trap-state-enabled
inet-profile-type=1
ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF
Description A read-only profile that indicates information about the system’s
physical interfaces. The system creates a profile for each of its physical interfaces.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the admin-state-phys-if profile:
[in ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF/{ shelf-1 slot-1 1 }]
device-address* = { shelf-1 slot-1 1 }
slot-type = dadsl-atm-24-card
snmp-interface = 13
modem-table-index = 0
desired-state = admin-state-down
desired-trap-state = trap-state-enabled
ADSL-BIN-LOADING
Description A profile that enables you to configure frequency bin-loading settings
for ADSL lines. You mask or disable an unwanted frequency using the bin-loading
parameter. The AL-DMT:bin-loading subprofile displays the adsl-bin-loading profile
configured for a specific ADSL line.
Usage Following is a listing of the adsl-bin-loading profile with its default settings:
[in ADSL-BIN-LOADING/default (new)]
name* = default
bits-per-bin = 14
bin-loading = [ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes+
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ALARM
ALARM
Description A profile that enables you to configure the unit’s status lights (LEDs)
and alarm relays to respond to specific conditions.
Usage Following is a listing of the alarm profile with its default settings:
[in ALARM/robin]
name*=robin
enabled=no
event=line-state-change
physical-address={ any-shelf any-slot 0 }
action={ off off off 0 off 0 }
Note You can configure default ALARM profiles that apply to the entire Stinger unit by
setting the physical-address parameter to { 0 0 0 } (any shelf, any slot, any item).
See Also action
alarm-id
Description A subprofile that identifies an alarm by shelf and module.
Usage Following is a listing of the alarm-id subprofile with its default settings:
[in ALARM-STAT/{ { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 } line-state-change+]
alarm-id* = { { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 } line-state-change }
alarm-state = alarm-active
See Also alarm (command), ALARM-STAT
ALARM-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the status of alarms. When there are
alarms, alarm-stat parameters are created. The profile lists an alarm-id subprofile for
each of the alarms that have occurred. The alarm-id subprofile consists of the
physical address of the device that has the alarm condition and an indication of the
alarm event.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the alarm-stat profile:
[in ALARM-STAT/{ { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 } line-state-change+]
alarm-id* = { { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 } line-state-change }
alarm-state = alarm-active
See Also alarm-id
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AL-DMT
AL-DMT
Description A profile that enables you to configure each of the 12 asymmetric
digital subscriber line (ADSL) ports on each installed Asynchronous Transfer Mode
(ATM) ADSL line interface module (LIM). The profile is also used to configure VDSL
lines.
Usage Following is a listing of an al-dmt profile for the device on shelf 1, slot 4 with
its default settings:
[in AL-DMT/{ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }]
name=1:4:1
physical-address*={ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }
enabled=yes
sparing-mode = inactive
ignore-lineup = system-defined
line-config={ 0 301 static { any-shelf any-slot 0 } +
fast-path-config={ 10 50 1000 8000 200 1000 }
interleave-path-config={ 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 16 }
margin-config={ 6 6 0 0 31 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 }
thresh-profile = default
bin-loading-profile = default
dsl-type = adsl
vdsl-config = { { 1 ansi ptm-64-65 auto-select fast fast automatic-atstartup a+
sealing-current=no
AL-DMT-STAT
Description A read-only profile that provides statistics and connection status for
each rate adaptive digital subscriber line (RADSL) interface.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the al-dmt-stat profile:
[in AL-DMT-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-4 1 }
line-state = active
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-7-vci-32-255
vp-switching-vpi = 7
physical-status = { 155 coe port-up 0 0 512000 2336000 interleave +
physical-statistic = { { 4 1 43 } yes 2 passed 4 7 3 6 0 11 40142 231 65 +
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ANSWER-DEFAULTS
ANSWER-DEFAULTS
Description A profile that enables you to configure system defaults for incoming
session requests. The system uses the values in this profile before it answers an
incoming call. The values you set override factory defaults.
Usage Following is a listing of the answer-defaults profile with its default settings:
[in ANSWER-DEFAULTS]
use-answer-for-all-defaults = yes
force-56kbps = no
profiles-required = yes
clid-auth-mode = ignore
clid-selection = first
ppp-answer = { yes no-ppp-auth none "" yes 0 none 1524 no 600 600 1524+
mp-answer = { yes 1 2 }
mpp-answer = { yes quadratic transmit 1 1 15 5 10 70 }
fr-answer = { yes }
tcp-clear-answer = { yes }
ip-answer = { yes yes no 1 no }
session-info = { "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 0 }
atm-answer = { }
Dependencies Consider the following:
Similar settings in a client’s profile, which are applied after a call has been
authenticated, always override the default settings in this profile.
The following answer-defaults entries do not apply to Stinger units:
force-56kbps = no
clid-auth-mode = ignore
clid-selection = first
mp-answer = { yes 1 2 }
mpp-answer = { yes quadratic transmit 1 1 15 5 10 70 }
tcp-clear-answer = { yes }
answer-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure answering procedures
within a connection profile.
Usage Following is a listing of the answer-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":answer-options (new)]
profile-required = no
ans-default = no
profile-flags = no
clid-auth-mode = ignore
clid-selection = first
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APS-CONFIG
APS-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure the protection group in a
channel that uses automatic protection switching (APS). The protection group is
created for each OC3-ATM trunk port on the trunk aggregation module when the
aps-config profile is configured and activated, and is referred to from an oc3-atm
profile by its aps-config-name parameter.
Usage Following is a listing of an aps-config profile named pg1 with its default
settings:
[in APS-CONFIG/pg1 (new)]
name = pg1
active = no
linear-protection-channel = { 1 trunk-module-1 2 }
protection-mode = 1+1
direction-mode = bidirectional
revertive-mode = revertive
wtr-timer-duration = 30000
psbf-failure-timer-duration = 250
psbf-clear-timer-duration = 1000
mode-mismatch-failure-timer-duration = 250
mode-mismatch-clear-timer-duration = 1000
channel-mismatch-failure-timer-duration = 250
channel-mismatch-clear-timer-duration = 1000
fepl-mismatch-failure-timer-duration = 250
fepl-mismatch-clear-timer-duration = 1000
protection-channel-signal-degrade-exponent = 6
protection-channel-signal-failure-exponent = 3
working-channel-signal-degrade-exponent = 6
working-channel-signal-failure-exponent = 3
byte-mirror-support = yes
APS-STAT
Description A read-only profile that is created whenever a protection group is
activated. The profile is indexed by the protection group's name.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of an aps-stat profile called pg1:
[in APS-STAT/pg1]
name = pg1
protection-channel = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 2 }
working-channel = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
aps-state = on-working
bridge-status = True
last-switch-time = 0
switch-count = 0
aps-cfg-creation-time = 356537747
number-of-channels = 2
psbf-failure = False
channel-mismatch-failure = False
mode-mismatch-failure = False
fepl-failure = False
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atm-aal-options
recv-psbf-count = 0
recv-mode-mismatch-count = 0
recv-channel-mismatch-count = 0
recv-fepl-count = 0
extra-traffic-flag = False
protection-mode = 1+1
direction-mode = bidirectional
revertive-mode = revertive
rx-k1-byte-value = 00
rx-k2-byte-value = 05
tx-k1-byte-value = 00
tx-k2-byte-value = 00
Note The parameters in this profile have no factory defaults. The Stinger system
retrieves the value of each field from its automatic protection switching (APS) system
information before it creates the profile and refreshes the profile periodically. The
system creates a completely new profile whenever a protection group is activated and
deletes it when the corresponding protection group is deactivated.
atm-aal-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to specify the ATM adaptation layer
(AAL) type.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-aal-options subprofile with its default
values:
[in CONNECTION/"":atm-aal-options (new)]
aal-enabled = no
aal-type = aal-0
transmit-sdu-size = 1
receive-sdu-size = 1
ATM-ADDR-ALIAS
Description A profile that associates a text alias with an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) address or portion of an ATM address, up to a maximum of 22 bytes.
After you define an alias, you can use the alias in place of the associated numbers in
some contexts. The system also displays the alias name in the output of some
commands.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-addr-alias profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-ADDR-ALIAS/"" (new)]
alias-name* = ""
address = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
length = 0
See Also PNNI-NODE-CONFIG
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ATM-CONFIG
ATM-CONFIG
Description Deprecated and not used.
See Also HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
atm-connect-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure options for the second leg of
an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) circuit.
Usage Following is a listing of an atm-connect-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":atm-connect-options (new)]
atm1483type = aal5-llc
vpi = 0
vci = 35
atm-enabled = yes
nailed-group = 1
cast-type = p2p
conn-kind = pvc
vp-switching = no
target-atm-address =
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
target-select = required
target-vpi = 0
target-vci = 0
spvc-retry-interval = 10
spvc-retry-threshold = 1
spvc-retry-limit = 0
atm-direct-enabled = no
atm-direct-profile = ""
vc-fault-management = none
vc-max-loopback-cell-loss = 1
fr-08-mode = translation
atm-circuit-profile = ""
oam-ais-f5 = disable
oam-support = yes
mtu = 1560
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ATM-IF-CONFIG
ATM-IF-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure Asynchronous Transfer Mode
(ATM) interfaces.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-if-config profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-IF-CONFIG/{ { shelf-1 slot-10 0 } 4 } (new)]
address* = { { shelf-1 slot-10 0 } 4 }
base-config = { 255 8192 8 13 0 0 0.0.0.0 ""
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:1a:dd:9+
extension-config = { atmf-uni-pvc-only other 0 1 5 4 private 255 255 32 +
See Also base-config, extension-config
ATM-IF-SIG-PARAMS
Description A profile that enables you to configure Asynchronous Transfer Mode
(ATM) interface signaling parameters.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-if-sig-params profile with its default values:
[in ATM-IF-SIG-PARAMS/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } (new)]
address* = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
q2931-options = { 2 1 180000 4000 30000 30000 10000 10000 30000 120000 +
qsaal-options = { 50 4 25 67 1000 0 0 0 15000 no no no }
ATM-IF-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates information about the state of the
physical and logical interfaces.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the atm-if-stat profile with sample
settings:
[in ATM-IF-STAT/{ { shelf-1 slot-1 20 } 0 }]
address* = { { shelf-1 slot-1 20 } 0 }
if-number = 159
nailed-group = 20
port-state = down
signalling-state = not-configured
pnni-link-state = not-configured
ilmi-link-state = up
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ATM-INTERNAL
ATM-INTERNAL
Description A profile that enables you to configure the Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) internal interface of line interface modules (LIMs) that require an
internal interface to terminate ATM traffic, such as router and ISDN digital subscriber
line (IDSL) modules.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-internal profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-INTERNAL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }]
name = ""
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
enabled = yes
line-config = { 1 15 }
traffic-shapers = [ { no 1000 1000 2 no 1 } { no 1000 1000 2 no 2 } { no +
Note The atm-internal network profile is enabled by default (enabled = yes). If
you have previously disabled it, enable it if you intend to use an IDSL module, and
save your changes.
ATM-INTERNAL-STAT
Description A profile that provides status parameters of the internal Asynchronous
Transfer Mode (ATM) network.
Usage Following are the read-only parameters of the atm-internal-stat profile
with typical values:
[in ATM-INTERNAL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-14 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-14 1 }
line-state = active
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-7-vci-32-255
vp-switching-vpi = 15
ATM-OAM
Description A profile that enables you to specify operation, administration and
management (OAM) F4/F5 support via Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP).
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-oam profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-OAM/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 0 } (new)]
oam-address* = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 0 }
loopback-config = { no segment 1 0 no 1 30 }
continuity-config = { no segment }
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atm-options
Dependencies Consider the following:
For every virtual path identifier-virtual channel identifier (VPI-VCI) pair for
which a test is performed, you must create a separate atm-oam profile.
When testing multiple circuits using one profile, you can run a loopback test
only. One Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) circuit is tested at a time. On each
ATM circuit, a specified number of loopback cells are sent, with an interval of one
second between each transmission. After the test on one circuit is complete, the
unit tests the next circuit.
Any changes made in an atm-oam profile restart the test. Only that test whose
subprofile is changed is restarted.
While testing one ATM circuit using one profile, loopback and continuity tests
can be run concurrently.
If the test is in a waiting stage and you change any of the test parameters, the
unit restarts the test using the new parameters.
atm-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure options for an
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) terminating connection on the first (incoming)
leg of an ATM circuit.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":atm-options (new)]
atm1483type = aal5-llc
vpi = 0
vci = 35
atm-enabled = yes
nailed-group = 1
cast-type = p2p
conn-kind = pvc
vp-switching = no
target-atm-address =
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
target-select = required
target-vpi = 0
target-vci = 0
spvc-retry-interval = 10
spvc-retry-threshold = 1
spvc-retry-limit = 0
atm-direct-enabled = no
atm-direct-profile = ""
vc-fault-management = none
vc-max-loopback-cell-loss = 1
fr-08-mode = translation
atm-circuit-profile = ""
oam-ais-f5 = disable
oam-support = yes
mtu = 1560
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ATMP
ATMP
Description A profile that enables you to configure Ascend Tunnel Management
Protocol (ATMP) home agent or foreign agent operations, enabling the Stinger unit to
operate as a home agent, a foreign agent, or both.
Usage Following is a listing of the atmp profile with its default settings:
[in ATMP]
agent-mode = home-agent
agent-type = gateway-home-agent
udp-port = 5150
home-agent-password =””
atmp-sap-reply = no
retry-timeout = 3
retry-limit = 10
idle-timer = 30
mtu-limit = 0
force-fragmentation = no
atmp-snmp-trap = no
Dependencies After configuring this profile, you must reset the system to begin
ATMP operations.
atm-parameters
Description A subprofile of the high-speed-slot-static-config and switchconfig profiles.
In the high-speed-slot-static-config profile, the atm-parameters subprofile
enables you to set the priority of the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) cells
associated with the line interface module (LIM) or control module.
In the switch-config profile, the atm-parameters subprofile enables you to set
various ATM parameters for an outgoing queue. Each configured queue must be
associated with an outgoing port, which is either a control module slot or a trunk
port. Each outgoing port can have multiple outgoing queues.
Usage Following are listings of atm-parameters subprofiles:
In the high-speed-slot-static-config profile:
[in HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG:atm-parameters (new)]
incoming-priority = low-priority
In the switch-config profile:
[in SWITCH-CONFIG/tram-18:atm-parameters]
outgoing-queue = [ { yes 1:18:1 { shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 } yes no no +
outgoing-shaper = [ { 0 1 8000 } { 0 1 8000 } { 0 1 8000 } { 0 1 8000 } {+
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ATM-PREFIX
ATM-PREFIX
Description A profile that enables you to configure an address or a prefix setting
explicitly so that the system uses the setting you specify rather than the systemgenerated default.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-prefix profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-PREFIX/default (new)]
prefix-name* = default
use-short-address = no
pnni-node-prefix = { 13 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:00:00:00:00 }
spvc-address-prefix = { 0 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 }
svc-address-prefix = { 0 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 }
Dependencies In the atm-prefix profile, when the soft permanent virtual
connection (SPVC) and switched virtual connection (SVC) prefix addresses are zero
(0), the SPVC prefix and SVC prefix take their values from the PNNI node prefix.
Whenever you explicitly configure an address or a prefix setting, the system uses the
value you specify rather than the system-generated default. If you delete the atmprefix profile, the system creates a new one at the next system startup and derives
the default prefix from the primary controller serial number.
ATMPVC-STAT
Description A read-only profile that monitors the status of an Asynchronous
Transfer Mode (ATM) permanent virtual channel (PVC).
Usage Read-only. Following is sample listing of the atmpvc-stat profile:
[in ATMPVC-STAT/unit1]
circuit-name* = unit1
pvc-type = connecting
current-state = pvc-data-transfer
vcc-members = [ { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 0 120 801 } { shelf-1 slot-13 12+
magic-keys = [ 0 201326688 ]
ATM-QOS
Description A profile that enables you to configure Quality of Service (QoS) settings
for an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) link.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-qos profile with sample settings:
[in ATM-QOS/"" (new)]
contract-name* = ""
traffic-descriptor-index = 0
traffic-descriptor-type = noclp-noscr
atm-service-category = cbr
peak-rate-kbits-per-sec = 16
peak-cell-rate-cells-per-sec = 37
sustainable-rate-kbits-per-sec = 16
sustainable-cell-rate-cells-per-sec = 37
minimum-rate-kbits-per-sec = 16
minimum-cell-rate-cells-per-sec = 37
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ignore-cell-delay-variation-tolerance = yes
cell-delay-variation-tolerance = 20
ignore-max-burst-size = yes
max-burst-size = 4
aal-type = aal-0
early-packet-discard = no
partial-packet-discard = no
tag-or-discard = discard
external-change = no
sub-channel = 1
track-underlying-dsl = no
Note To disable peak cell rate (PCR) policing, set peak-rate-kbits-per-sec and
cell-delay-variation-tolerance values to zero (0).
Dependencies If you attempt to save an atm-qos profile and the traffic-
descriptor-type and atm-service category parameters are set to incompatible
settings, the Stinger unit generates an error message. Table 2-1 lists the compatible
settings for the atm-service category and traffic-descriptor-type parameters.
Table 2-1. Compatible settings for the atm-service-category and traffic-descriptortype parameters
traffic-descriptor-type
parameter
atm-service-category parameter
Setting
cbr
noclp-noscr
Valid
real-time-vbr or nonreal-time-vbr
Valid
noclp-scr
Valid
clp-notagging-scr
Valid
clp-tagging-scr
Valid
clp-transparent-noscr
Valid
Valid
clp-transparent-scr
Valid
noclp-tagging-noscr
noclp-noscr-cdvt
Valid
Valid
noclp-scr-cdvt
Valid
clp-notagging-scr-cdvt
Valid
clp-tagging-scr-cdvt
Valid
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atm-qos-options
atm-qos-options
Description A subprofile that specifies the traffic contract name(s) for the upstream
and downstream traffic on the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) circuit.
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-qos-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/tim:atm-qos-options]
usr-up-stream-contract=""
usr-dn-stream-contract=""
subtending-hops = 0-level
ATM-SPVC-ADDR-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure the address for an
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) soft permanent virtual channel (SPVC).
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-spvc-addr-config profile with its default
settings:
[in ATM-SPVC-ADDR-CONFIG/{ { shelf-1 slot-1 1 } 0 }]
index* = { { shelf-1 slot-1 1 } 0 }
spvc-atm-address =
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:11:37:93:00:ff:74:09:b7:3d:01:00
external-change = no
ATM-SPVC-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) soft permanent virtual channel (SPVC).
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-spvc-config profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-SPVC-CONFIG (new)]
failure-trap-enable = yes
failure-notification-interval = 30
Dependencies This profile only appears on the interface when a corresponding
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) MIB table has been entered. The
profile disappears from the interface when that MIB table is removed.
ATMVCC-STAT
Description A profile that provides status information about each side of a circuit.
The system creates an atmvcc-stat profile for each virtual channel connection (VCC)
interface.
Usage Following is a listing of an atmvcc-stat profile:
[in ATMVCC-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-10 47 0 35 }]
vcc-ident* = { shelf-1 slot-10 47 0 35 }
circuit-name = kam-1
current-state = vcc-data-transfer
vcc-type = connecting
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ATM-VCL-CONFIG
ATM-VCL-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) virtual channel link (VCL).
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-vcl-config profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-VCL-CONFIG/{ { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 0 } (new)]
id* = { { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 0 }
rx-traffic-desc = 1
tx-traffic-desc = 1
aal-type = not-present
tx-sdu-size = 0
rx-sdu-size = 0
aal5-encaps = llc-encapsulation
mcast-type = p2p
call-kind = pvc
Dependencies This profile only appears on the interface when a corresponding
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) MIB table has been entered. The
profile disappears from the interface when that MIB table is removed.
ATM-VPL-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) virtual path link (VCL).
Usage Following is a listing of the atm-vpl-config profile with its default settings:
[in ATM-VPL-CONFIG/{ { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 } (new)]
id* = { { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 }
rx-traffic-desc = 1
tx-traffic-desc = 1
mcast-type = p2p
call-kind = pvc
Dependencies This profile only appears on the interface when a corresponding
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) MIB table has been entered. The
profile disappears from the interface when that MIB table is removed.
See Also id*
auth-src-ipaddr
Description A subprofile that includes parameters for specifying the source IP
address to be used in RADIUS authentication packets.
Example auth-src-ipaddr = { system-default { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } }
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client, EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
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auxiliary-syslog[n]
auxiliary-syslog[n]
Description The log profile contains two auxiliary-syslog subprofiles. Each
syslog data stream is configured independently.
All the settings in the log profile, except the syslog-format value, affect the first
data stream. The syslog-format setting controls the format of all syslog streams.
The settings in the auxiliary-syslog[1] subprofile affect the second data stream.
The settings in the auxiliary-syslog[2] subprofile affect the third data stream.
Usage Following is a listing of the auxiliary-syslog[1] subprofile with its default
settings:
[in LOG:auxiliary-syslog[1]]
syslog-enabled = no
syslog-level = info
host = 0.0.0.0
port = 514
facility = local0
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B
bandwidth-config[n]
Description Deprecated and not used.
See Also
SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
BANDWIDTH-STATS
Description A read-only profile that provides information about bandwidth
allocation for a line interface module (LIM).
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the bandwidth-stats profile with sample
settings:
[in BANDWIDTH-STATS]
max-upstream-bandwidth=622160
active-upstream-bandwidth-on-trunks=155540
standby-upstream-bandwidth-on-trunks=466620
BASE
Description A read-only profile that displays the software version, enabled features,
network interfaces, and other system information.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of a base profile with sample settings:
[in BASE]
shelf-number = 1
software-version = 9
software-revision = 3
software-level = ""
manufacturer = dba-ascend-mfg
d-channel-enabled = yes
aim-enabled = no
switched-enabled = yes
multi-rate-enabled = no
t1-pri-conversion-enabled = no
frame-relay-enabled = yes
maxlink-client-enabled = disabled
data-call-enabled = yes
serial-number = 9487770
hardware-level = 0
countries-enabled = 511
domestic-enabled = yes
phs-2-1-support = no
firewalls-enabled = no
network-management-enabled = no
phs-support = no
routing-protocols-disabled = no
tnt-adsl-restricted = yes
tnt-sdsl-restricted = yes
tnt-idsl-restricted = yes
metallic-test-access-unit = no
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base-config
ss7asg = disabled
atmp-enabled = disabled
l2tp-enabled = disabled
pptp-enabled = disabled
l2f-enabled = disabled
sdtn-enabled = disabled
vrouter-enabled = disabled
v110-enabled = disabled
network-mgmt-voip-enabled = no
wormarq-enabled = disabled
nm-copper-loop-test-enabled = yes
nm-reporting-enabled = no
nm-vpn-enabled = no
nm-navis-radius-enabled = yes
restrict-redundancy-enabled = no
pnni-enabled = yes
ima-enabled = yes
subtended-connections-enabled = no
aps-enabled = yes
nm-prov = yes
nm-prov-core = no
ras-enabled = no
h248 = no
calea = no
base-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure bandwidth allocation
settings for Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) transmissions
Usage Following is a listing of the base-config subprofile with its default settings:
[in ATM-IF-CONFIG/{
max-vpcs = 255
max-vccs = 8192
max-active-vpi-bits
max-active-vci-bits
ilmi-vpi = 0
ilmi-vci = 0
neighbor-ip-address
neighbor-name = ""
subsc-atm-address =
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{ shelf-1 slot-10 0 } 4 }:base-config (new)]
= 8
= 13
= 0.0.0.0
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bir-options
bir-options
Description A subprofile for specifying bridged IP routing (BIR) settings.
Usage Specify settings in this subprofile to enable the Stinger unit to establish a
connection that uses BIR. Following is a listing of the subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":bir-options]
enable = no
proxy-arp = no
multiple-ip-address = { no [ { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 } { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 +
bootp-relay
Description A subprofile containing options for configuring the BOOTP relay
feature. You can enable or disable BOOTP relay and specify a bootp-server address.
Multiple DHCP servers are not supported.
Usage Following is a listing of a bootp-relay subprofile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay (new)]
active = no
bootp-servers = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ]
relay-agent-information = { { no 0.0.0.0 } {no 0.0.0.0} }
boot-version
Description The boot-version profile contains parameters which are updated when
the boot code comes up.
Usage Following is a listing of a boot-version profile with its default settings:
[in BOOT-VERSION]
boot-cm-version=9.7.3
BRAS
Description This profile is used to store the IP address of the upstream BRAS used
for terminating bridged IPoA connections and the IP address of the Gigabit Ethernet
interface connected to that BRAS. The ip-address parameter is used only as the
source address in VLAN based ARP packets and has no other function. The bras-ipaddress parameter specifies the IP address of the BRAS. The ip-address and brasip-address must be in the same subnet. This profile is indexed by {shelf slot port} and
bras-id. The bras-id corresponds to the bras-id specified in the connection profile.
When changes to a BRAS profile are written all connections terminating on the BRAS
are bounced.
Usage Following is a listing of the bras profile with sample settings:
[in BRAS/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } ]
enabled = no
interface-address* = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
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bridge-group
ip-address = 0.0.0.0/0
bras-ip-address = 0.0.0.0/0
bridge-group
Description The index of a bridge-group profile specifies bridging-group number
for the VLAN.
Usage Following are the bridge-group parameters, shown with default settings:
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0]
enable = no
bridging-group = 0
mac-entry-age-time = 300
igmp-snooping = no
port-block-enabled = yes
lan-router-interface-address = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
wan-router-interface-profile = ""
bridging-options
Description A subprofile of either the connection or ethernet profile that specifies
packet bridging settings.
Usage Following is a listing of the CONNECTION/"":bridging-options subprofile with
its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":bridging-options]
bridging-group = 0
bridge = no
dial-on-broadcast = no
Following is a listing of the ethernet:briging-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in ETHERNET/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:bridging-options]
bridging-group = 0
bridge = no
dial-on-broadcast = no
bridge-type = transparent-bridging
vlan-stack-user-vlan-id = 0
qos-interface-group = 0
packet-flows = ""
mac-address-learning-limit = 0
Following is a listing of the vlan-ethernet:briging-options subprofile with its
default settings:
[in VLAN-ETHERNET/{{ shelf-1 first-control-module 2 } 50}}:bridging-options]
bridging-group = 0
bridge = no
dial-on-broadcast = no
bridge-type = vlan-circuit
vlan-stack-user-vlan-id = 0
qos-interface-group = 0
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bridging-options
packet-flows = ""
mac-address-learning-limit = 0
packet-type = none
bras-id = 0
multicast-cac-profile = default
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C
CALL-INFO
Description A read-only profile that provides active call information.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of a call-info profile with its default
settings:
[in CALL-INFO/{ 38 }]
mbid* = { 38 }
call-service = nailed-up
called-number-type = 2
nailed-up-group = 801
call-by-call = 0
phone-number = ""
transit-number = ""
billing-number = ""
switched-call-type = 2
ft1-caller = 0
calling-number = { "" unknown unknown unspecified unspecified }
force-56kbps = 0
redirect-number = ""
call-direction = 1
isdn-signaling = False
calling-number
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates active call information about the
number that is calling.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the calling-number subprofile with its
default settings:
[in CALL-INFO/{ 38 }:calling-number]
calling-number = ""
type-of-number = unknown
numbering-plan = unknown
presentation = unspecified
screening = unspecified
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CALL-LOGGING
CALL-LOGGING
Description A profile that enables you to configure the Stinger unit to
communicate with one or more call-log hosts. Call logging is a RADIUS-accounting
based feature for logging call information from the Stinger unit. Its main purpose is to
duplicate accounting information for sites that wish to keep accounting records
separate from call-logging details used to manage resources or troubleshoot call
problems.
Once you have configured call logging, the Stinger unit sends Start session, Stop
session, and Failure-to-Start session packets to a call-log host. A call-log host is a local
host that supports the RADIUS accounting protocol and is configured properly to
communicate with the Stinger unit (for example, a RADIUS accounting server or a
host running NavisAccess). The call-log information is sent independently of RADIUS
accounting records. If both call logging and RADIUS accounting are in use, the
information is sent in parallel.
Usage Following is a listing of the call-logging profile with its default settings:
[in CALL-LOGGING (new)]
call-log-enable = no
call-log-host-1 = 0.0.0.0
call-log-host-2 = 0.0.0.0
call-log-host-3 = 0.0.0.0
call-log-port = 1646
call-log-key = ""
call-log-timeout = 1
call-log-id-base = acct-base-10
call-log-reset-time = 0
call-log-stop-only = yes
call-log-limit-retry = 0
call-log-server-index = host-1
call-log-evaluation-end-julian-time = 0
call-log-radius-compat = 16-bit-vendor-specific
call-log-multi-packet = no
call-log-stream-period = 15
call-log-connection-packets-enable = no
call-log-csm-modem-diag = no
CALL-ROUTE
Description A profile that the Stinger unit uses to control the routing of incoming
and outgoing calls. Every possible destination within a system has one or more
profiles of this type.
Usage Following is a listing of the call-route profile with sample settings:
[in CALL-ROUTE/{ { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 }]
index* = { { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 }
trunk-group = 0
phone-number = ""
preferred-source = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
call-route-type = any-call-type
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CARD-CODE
CARD-CODE
Description Not used. A read-only profile that displays the enabled features on a
module.
channel-config[n]
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure each logical link associated
with an ISDN digital subscriber line (IDSL).
Usage Following is a listing of a channel-config subprofile with its default settings:
[in IDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-13 1 }:line-interface:channel-config[1]]
spid = ""
phone-number = ""
trunk-group = 0
channel-usage = switched-channel
route-port = { { 0 0 } { 0 } }
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
nailed-group = 605
channel-state
Description A read-only subprofile that displays the state of each of the two ISDN
digital subscriber line (IDSL) channels.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of a channel-state subprofile with its default
settings:
[in IDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-13 1 }:channel-state]
channel-state[1] = disabled
channel-state[2] = disabled
circuit-id
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure settings for the circuit
identifier suboption of DHCP option 82.
Usage Following is a listing of the circuit-id subprofile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:circuit-id]
enable = no
if-ip = 0.0.0.0
version = 1
dhcp-allow-any-src-port = no
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:dhcp-snooping:circuit-id (new)]
enable = no
if-ip = 0.0.0.0
vendor-option-string = ""
version = 1
dhcp-allow-any-src-port = no
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CLT-ACCESS
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:pppoe-snooping:circuit-id (new)]
enable = no
if-ip = 0.0.0.0
vendor-option-string = ""
version = 1
dhcp-allow-any-src-port = no
CLT-ACCESS
Description Deprecated and not used.
See Also CLT-MS-ACCESS
CLT-COMMAND
Description A profile that enables you to configure the parameters required to run
any of the tests provided by the copper loop test (CLT) module. The test-operation
parameter defines the test to be performed. Any change to the value of this
parameter initiates the test identified by the new value.
Note The test-operation parameter should be set after all the other parameters for
the desired test are configured.
Usage Following is a listing of the clt-command profile with sample settings:
[in CLT-COMMAND (new)]
cltm-slot = slot-16
test-time-stamp = 0
test-sequence = 0
test-operation = none
dmm-type = resistance
dmm-lead = tip-ring
background-noise-filter = psd
background-noise-termination = term100
loop-resistance-unit = metric
loop-resistance-temp = 0
impulse-noise-start-thresh = 50
impulse-noise-start-delta = 2
impulse-noise-start-max-count = 1
impulse-noise-start-dead-time = 1
impulse-noise-start-timer = 1
calibration-type = insertion-loss
tone-send-freq = 10
tone-send-level = 0
tone-send-period = 0
tdr-unit = metric
tdr-gauge = 0
tdr-vp = 0
tdr-avg = 1
tdr-get-type = automatic
tdr-start-distance = 0
tdr-measurement-length = 0
dmmdcd-period = 0
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dmmdcd-voltage = 0
dmmdcd-impedance = 10
dmmcap-period = 0
dmmall-type = resistance
dmmall-period = 0
dmmall-input-imp = 0
ctone-type = adsl
ctone-tone = quiet
ttone-lead = tip-ring
ttone-level = 0
ttone-period = 0
btap-start-length = 0
btap-measure-length = 0
fclloc-unit = metric
fclloc-gauge = 0
shortloc-unit = metric
shortloc-gauge = 0
shortloc-type = detect
setresp-mode = on
setresp-mode-period = 0
CLT-MS-ACCESS
Description An indexed profile that enables you to configure and activate access to
the copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Following is a listing of the clt-ms-access profile with its default settings:
[in CLT-MS-ACCESS]
cltm-shelf = shelf-2
cltm-slot = slot-3
access-slot = slot-1
access-port = 1
access-loop = 1
access-mode = looking-out
access-terminal = internal-tester-terminal
activate-access = no
access-result = idle
access-timeout = 5
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CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
Description Displays the status of the copper loop test (CLT) access.
Usage Following is a listing of the clt-ms-access-stat profile with its default
settings:
[in CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT/shelf-1]
cltm-shelf* = shelf-1
access-result = idle
access-start-time = { 0 0 0 }
access-start-date = { Monday January 1990 1 }
access-end-time = { 0 0 0 }
access-end-date = { Monday January 1990 1 }
access-change-reason = deactivation
CLT-RESULT
Description A profile that indicates the test result of all the tests the tester module
has executed. The test-result-status parameter is set to not-valid at the start of
each test and is updated to valid or out-of-range at the end of each test. All of the
clt-result profile is cleared at the start of each test, and, depending on the test, the
corresponding result parameters are updated at the end.
Usage Following is a listing of a clt-result profile with sample settings:
[in CLT-RESULT (new)]
cltm-slot = slot-16
test-result-time-stamp = 0
test-result-sequence = 0
test-result-status = not-ready
dmm-result = 0
loop-resistance = 0
loop-resistance-length-1 = 0
loop-resistance-length-2 = 0
loop-resistance-length-3 = 0
coil-detection-coil-count = 0
impulse-noise-read-low-threshold = 0
impulse-noise-read-mid-threshold = 0
impulse-noise-read-high-threshold = 0
rcv-tone-frequency = 0
rcv-tone-level = 0
tdr-manual-sample-count = 0
tdr-automatic-fault-distance = 0
hardware-revision = 0
sofware-revision = 0
psd-frequency-level = [ { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0+
tdr-distance-level = [ { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 } { 0 0 +
dc-delta-resistance-t-r = 0
dc-delta-resistance-t-s = 0
dc-delta-resistance-r-s = 0
dc-delta-voltage-t-s = 0
dc-delta-voltage-r-s = 0
cap-equivalent-t-r = 0
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cap-equivalent-t-s = 0
cap-equivalent-r-s = 0
dmm-all-t-r = 0
dmm-all-t-s = 0
dmm-all-r-s = 0
ringer = 0
atu-r = 0
bridge-tap-number = 0
bridge-tap-length = 0
bridge-tap-table = [ { 0 0 0 } { 0 0 0 } { 0 0 0 } { 0 0 0 } { 0 0 0 } { 0 0 +
voice-detection = 0
first-coil-location = 0
short-location = 0
splitter-det-result = 0
cmd-log
Description The cmd-log profile contains read-only parameters that provide details
about a logged command entry. If this feature is enabled, the system creates a cmd-log
profile for every command entered by a user.
Usage Following is a listing of a sample cmd-log profile with an index number of 92:
[in CMD-LOG/92]
user = admin
session-id = 2
login-source = console
log-date = { Friday November 2003 7 }
log-time = { 6 58 12 }
information = "dir cmd-log"
index* = 92
shelf = 1
slot = 9
CONNECTION
Description A profile that enables you to configure connection-specific
information, including user-password authentication settings, compression values,
filter specifications, and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) options.
Usage Following is a listing of the connection profile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/""]
station* = ""
active = no
encapsulation-protocol = atm-circuit
called-number-type = national
dial-number = ""
clid = ""
auto-profiles = yes
ip-options = { yes yes 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 1 60 120 no 0 0.0.0.0 +
bridging-options = { 0 no no }
session-options = { "" "" no 120 no-idle 120 "" 0 disabled autobaud+
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telco-options = { ans-and-orig no ft1 1 no no 56k-clear 0 "" "" no +
ppp-options = { no-ppp-auth none "" none "" "" "" "" stac 1524 no 6+
mp-options = { 1 1 2 }
mpp-options = { "" quadratic transmit 1 1 15 5 10 70 }
fr-options = { "" 16 "" transparent-link no "" 16 "" }
tcp-clear-options = { "" 0 "" 0 "" 0 "" 0 no "" 256 20 }
usrRad-options = { global 0.0.0.0 1646 "" 1 acct-base-10 }
calledNumber = ""
shared-prof = no
max-shared-users = 0
tunnel-options = { disabled atmp-protocol 0 rip-off "" "" 5150 "" "+
vrouter = ""
cross-connect-index = 0
atm-options = { aal5-llc 0 35 1 p2p pvc no 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:+
atm-connect-options = { aal5-llc 0 35 1 p2p pvc no 00:00:00:00:00:0+
port-redirect-options = { none 0 0.0.0.0 }
pppoe-options = { no no }
pppoa-options = { yes }
atm-qos-options = { default default 0-level }
bir-options = { no no }
atm-aal-options = { no aal-0 1 1 }
conn-user = default
Dependencies The following connection profile entries do not apply to Stinger
units:
called-number-type = national
dial-number = ""
clid = ""
expect-callback = no
mp-options = { 1 1 2 }
mpp-options = { "" quadratic transmit 1 1 15 5 10 70 }
tcp-clear-options = { "" 0 "" 0 "" 0 "" 0 no "" 256 20 }
calledNumber = ""
contact-closure
Description The contact-closure subprofile indicates the contact closure state of
the corresponding remote shelf. This profile is read-only.
Usage Following are the read-only fields in a profile for shelf 2:
[in REMOTE-SHELF-STAT/shelf-2:contact-closure]
contact-closure[1] = no
contact-closure[2] = no
contact-closure[3] = no
contact-closure[4] = no
contact-closure[5] = no
contact-closure[6] = no
contact-closure[7] = no
Note Only the first two contact closure values are meaningful for Stinger MRT units.
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context[n]
context[n]
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure options for an individual
controller. The index for each subprofile is a controller number.
Usage Following is a listing of the context[n] subprofile with its default setting:
[in REDUNDANCY:context[1]]
must-agree=no
context-stats[n]
Description A subprofile that contains the redundancy statistics for a particular
control module. There is one context-stats subprofile for each control module.
Usage Following are the read-only parameters in the context-stats subprofile:
[in REDUNDANCY-STATS:context-stats[1]]
state = monitoring
function = secondary
select-reason = defer-to-running-primary
prior-function = secondary
last-reboot = crash
local = { 9487770 }
pair = { 10486893 }
chassis-serial-number = 0
initialization-time = 382400025
post-start = 382400029
post-end = 382400031
selection-start = 382400029
selection-end = 382400031
load-start = 382400031
load-end = 382400074
inauguration-time = 382400074
last-sent = 382400074
last-received = 382400074
last-profile-sync = 0
last-code-sync = 0
last-log-recv = 0
update-time = 382400074
continuity-config
Description A subprofile that you use to configure continuity check parameters.
Usage Set values in this profile to specify the continuity check parameters.
Following is a listing of continuity-config subprofile with its default settings:
[in ATM-OAM/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 0 }:continuity-config (new)]
enabled = no
continuity-level = segment
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controller-static-config
controller-static-config
Description Deprecated and not used.
See Also switch-config
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D
date
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the day of the week and the
current system date.
Usage Following is a listing of the date subprofile with sample settings:
[in TIMEDATE:date]
weekday=Friday
month=October
day=18
year=1996
Note You can also use the date command to set the day of the week and the system
date.
DEBUG
Description A profile that enables you to configure Stinger debug options.
Usage Following is a listing of the debug profile with its default settings:
[in DEBUG/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }]
physical-Address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
active = yes
enable-core-dump = no
core-dump-server = ""
enable-gdb = no
gdb-host = ""
generic-field = 2147483647
min-warning-core-dump = 0
max-warning-core-dump = 0
core-dump-rip-update = update-high-freq
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device-address
device-address
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the address for the device
carrying the call.
Usage Following is a listing for the device-address subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CALL-ROUTE/{ { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 }:index:device-address]
physical-address = { shelf-1 any-slot 0 }
logical-item = 0
See Also index, preferred-source
DEVICE-STATE
Description A read-only profile that indicates the current state of a device. The
Stinger unit does not store the device-state profile in nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM),
so the profile’s settings do not persist across system resets or power cycles. The
device-state parameter setting might differ from the reqd-state parameter setting
during state changes, such as when a device is being disconnected. State changes are
complete when the device-state and the reqd-state values match.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the device-state profile with sample
settings:
[in DEVICE-STATE/{ { shelf-1 slot-13 19 } 0 }]
device-address* = { { shelf-1 slot-13 19 } 0 }
device-state = down-dev-state
up-status = idle-up-status
reqd-state = down-reqd-state
route-id = { 0 }
used-count = 0
bad-count = 0
last-32 = 0
Dependencies A Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) manager can read
the device-state profile.
dhcp-snooping
Description The dhcp-snooping subprofile configures the system to snoop client-to-
server DHCP request packets and add identifiers before bridging the packets
upstream.
Usage Following is a listing of the dhcp-snooping profile with its default settings:
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:dhcp-snooping (new)]
enable = no
circuit-id = { no 0.0.0.0 "" 1 no }
remote-id = { no 0.0.0.0 "" 1 no }
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dialout-configuration
dialout-configuration
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
dialout-options
Description Not supported. A tunnel-server subprofile that specifies dial-out options
for a specific Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) network server (LNS). The
parameters in this subprofile do not apply to Stinger units operating as L2TP access
concentrators (LACs).
Location TUNNEL-SERVER
dlci-ident
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates data link connection identifier
(DLCI) information.
Usage Read only. Following is a listing of a dlci-ident subprofile with sample
settings:
[in FRDLCI-STAT/{ 16 3 fr13_20_1 transparent-link }:dlci-ident]
dlci = 16
dlci-route-id = 3
fr-profile = fr13_20_1
fr-link-type = transparent-link
dlci-members[n]
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates the data link connection identifier
(DLCI) information for each of the DLCI members.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the dlci-members subprofile:
[in FRPVC-STAT/801_0_120:dlci-members[1]]
dlci = 16
dlci-route-id = 3
fr-profile = fr13_20_1
fr-link-type = transparent-link
dns-local-table
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure a Domain Name System
(DNS) table of up to eight hostnames and their IP addresses. The system consults the
table in RAM for address resolution only if requests to the DNS server fail. The local
table acts as a safeguard to ensure that the system can resolve certain DNS names,
even if all DNS servers are inaccessible.
The local DNS table is propagated to RAM from the settings in this subprofile. At
startup, the system copies values in the profile to the table in RAM. If you
subsequently modify the dns-local-table subprofile, the changes are propagated to
the table in RAM when the profile is written.
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DS1-ATM
Usage Following is a listing of the dns-local-table subprofile with its default
settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:dns-local-table]
enabled = no
auto-update = no
table-config = [ { "" 0.0.0.0 } { "" 0.0.0.0 } { "" 0.0.0.0 } { "" 0.+
See Also table-config
DS1-ATM
Description A profile that enables you to configure hardware-specific parameters
that are common to the inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) chip. For example,
because 24-port IMA line interface modules (LIMs) contain three chips, three profiles
are created. However, because eight-port IMA LIMs contain a single chip, only one
profile is created.
Usage Following is a listing of ds1-atm profile with its default settings:
[in DS1-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
name = 0:0:0
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
enabled = no
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-mode = inactive
ignore-lineup = system-defined
line-config = { esf b8zs 4294967246 no-loopback not-eligible high-priority +
DS1-ATM-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the statistics for DS1-ATM modules.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of a ds1-atm-stat profile:
[in DS1-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-2 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-2 1 }
line-mode = uni
line-state = disabled
loss-of-carrier = True
loss-of-sync = False
ais-receive = True
yellow-receive = False
ber-receive = False
carrier-established = False
cell-delineation = False
network-loopback = False
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
vp-switching-vpi = 15
ima-link-status = { not-in-group not-in-group not-in-group not-in-group +
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DS3-ATM
ima-link-statistic = { 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 }
utopia-address = 4294967295
send-code-status = disabled
pattern-test-status = none
DS3-ATM
Description A profile that enables you to configure a DS3-ATM module.
Usage Following is a listing of the ds3-atm profile with its default settings:
[in DS3-ATM/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }]
name=""
physical-address*={ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }
enabled=no
spare-physical-address={ any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-mode=inactive
ignore-lineup = system-defined
line-config={ 9 0 static { shelf-1 slot-1 0 } no-loopback no +
DS3-ATM-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the status of a DS3-ATM trunk
module.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the ds3-atm-stat profile:
[in DS3-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }
line-state = active
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = manual
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-4095
vc-switching-vpi = "0 10 20 30 40 50"
vcc-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30+
f-bit-error-count = 227
p-bit-error-count = 9
cp-bit-error-count = 5
feb-error-count = 24
bpv-error-count = 5303
loss-of-signal = False
loss-of-frame = False
yellow-receive = False
ais-receive = False
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DSL-THRESHOLD
DSL-THRESHOLD
Description A profile that enables you to configure threshold settings for digital
subscriber line (DSL) services.
Usage Following is a listing of the dsl-threshold profile with its default settings:
[in DSL-THRESHOLD/default]
name* = default
enabled = no
atuc-15min-lofs = 0
atuc-15min-loss = 0
atuc-15min-lols = 0
atuc-15min-lprs = 0
atuc-15min-ess = 0
atuc-fast-rate-up = 0
atuc-interleave-rate-up = 0
atuc-fast-rate-down = 0
atuc-interleave-rate-down = 0
atuc-init-failure-trap = disable
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E
E3-ATM
Description A profile that enables you to configure the parameters for an E3 trunk
module.
Usage Following is a listing of the e3-atm profile with its default values:
[in E3-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
name = ""
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
enabled = no
ignore-lineup = system-defined
line-config = { 9 1 no-loopback no g832-adm vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191 [ 0 0 0 0+
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-mode = inactive
E3-ATM-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the status of a E3-ATM trunk module.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the e3-atm-stat profile:
[in E3-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
line-state = active
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = manual
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191
vc-switching-vpi = "0 10 20 30 40 50"
vcc-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30+
f-bit-error-count = 0
p-bit-error-count = 0
cp-bit-error-count = 0
feb-error-count = 0
bpv-error-count = 0
loss-of-signal = False
loss-of-frame = False
yellow-receive = False
ais-receive = False
ecmp-options
Description Provides support for load balancing of equal cost multipath (ECMP)
routes.
Usage Following is a listing of the ecmp-options profile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:ecmp-options]
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ecmp-type = load-balanced
source-ip-address = no
destination-ip-address = no
ip-protocol = no
ERROR
Description A read-only profile that provides information about any errors that
occur when the Stinger unit is running.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the error profile:
[in ERROR/562]
is-post = no
type = 99
abstime = 380755993
slot = 9
version = 9.0-169a0e0
user-profile = admin
stack-trace = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]
loadname = stngrcm
index* = 562
shelf = 1
login-source = 192.168.120.10
ETHER-GROUP
Description A profile used to when aggregating the Gigabit Ethernet ports on the
IP2100 control module. An Ethernet port is made part of the group by specifying the
ETHER-GROUP index-item-number value in the ether-group parameter in the ETHERNET
profile for the port.
Dependencies Requires an IP2100 control module.
Usage Following are the sample ETHER-GROUP profile contents, shown with
default settings, for configuring bridge-level STP settings:
[in ETHER-GROUP/1]
index-item-number* = 1
enabled = yes
type = lacp
lacp-options = { 1 }
STP-options = { stp 32768 20 2 15 }
[in ETHER-GROUP/1:STP-options]
protocol = stp
bridge-priority = 32768
max-age = 20
hello-time = 2
forward-delay = 15
[in ETHER-GROUP/1:lacp-options]
lag-id = 0
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ETHER-INFO
ETHER-INFO
Description A read-only profile that indicates the Media Access Control (MAC)
address and link state of an Ethernet interface. The ether-info profile is created
when the Ethernet module enters an active state and deleted when the slot is
deactivated. The contents of the profile are not written to nonvolatile RAM
(NVRAM).
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the ether-info profile with sample
settings:
[in ETHER-INFO/{ shelf-1 slot-2 1 }]
interface-address*={ shelf-1 slot-2 1 }
mac-address=00:c0:7b:68:ef:98
link-state=up
media-speed-mbit = 100
ETHER-QOS
Description Specifies the information rate.
Usage Following is a listing of a ether-qos subprofile with its default settings:
[in ETHER-QOS/"" (new)]
contract-name* = ""
priority = 0
committed-information-rate = 0
committed-burst-size = 3
excess-information-rate = 0
excess-burst-size = 0
ETHERNET
Description A profile that enables you to configure the physical characteristics of an
Ethernet interface. With the optional line element module (LEM) of a router module,
two additional Ethernet interfaces are supported by the Stinger unit.
An operator creates an ETHERNET profile when LACP is in use. When the GigE ports
are operating as a LAG, all port-specific settings are taken from the virtual ETHERNET
profile rather than the ETHERNET profiles for the physical ports.
Usage Following is a listing of the ethernet profile with its default settings:
[in ETHERNET/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }]
interface-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
link-state-enabled = no
enabled = yes
ether-group=0
ether-if-type = utp
bridging-enabled = no
filter-name = ""
duplex-mode = full-duplex
pppoe-options = { no no }
bridging-options = { 0 no }
lacp-options = { 65535 active }
media-speed-mbit = 100mb
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ethernet-filter
auto-negotiate = no
y-cable = yes
vlan-stack-tag-type = 91:00
ethernet-filter
Description Filters input streams on the basis of Ethernet type and MAC addresses.
Usage Following is a listing of the ethernet-filter subprofile shown with default
settings:
[in FILTER/””:input-filters[1]:ethernet-filter]
source-mac-address = 00:00:00:00:00:00
destination-mac-address = 00:00:00:00:00:00
ethernet-type = 00:00
extension-config
Description A subprofile containing supplemental parameters for configuring the
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) cell layer.
Usage Following is a listing of the extension-config subprofile with its default
settings:
[in ATM-IF-CONFIG/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:extension-config (new)]
config-type = atmf-uni-pvc-only
config-side = other
ilmi-admin-status = no
ilmi-connectivity = no
conn-estab-interval = 1
loss-detect-interval = 5
poll-inact-factor = 4
device-type = private
max-switched-vpc-vpi = 255
max-switched-vcc-vpi = 255
min-switched-vcc-vci = 32
sig-vcc-rx-qos-name = default-ctl
sig-vcc-tx-qos-name = default-ctl
pvc-failure-trap-enabled = no
pvc-failure-intvl = 30
EXTERNAL-AUTH
Description A profile that enables you to configure options for an external RADIUS
server.
Usage Following is a listing of the external-auth profile with sample settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH (new)]
auth-type = None
acct-type = none
rad-serv-enable = no
rad-auth-client = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 0 "" no 1 no no no 0 yes yes 0+
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rad-acct-client = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 0 "" 1 0 acct-base-10 all-ses+
rad-auth-server = { 0 no rad-serv-attr-any [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0 0.+
tac-auth-client = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 0 "" 0 }
tacplus-auth-client = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 0 "" 0 0 }
tacplus-acct-client = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 0 "" }
password-profile = { "" "" ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** }
local-profiles-first = lpf-yes
noattr6-use-termsrv = yes
cli-user-auth = local-then-external
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F
fast-path-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure minimum, maximum, and
planned upstream and downstream bit rates for a rate-adaptive connection on a fast
channel.
Usage Following is a listing of the fast-path-config subprofile with sample settings:
[in AL-DMT/{ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }:fast-path-config]
min-bitrate-up=10
min-bitrate-down=50
max-bitrate-up=1000
max-bitrate-down=8000
planned-bitrate-up=200
planned-bitrate-down=200
FILTER
Description A profile that specifies input and output filter specifications.
Usage Values set in this profile can be applied to any number of connection or
RADIUS profiles. Following is a listing of the filter profile with its default settings:
[in FILTER/""]
filter-name* = ""
input-filters = [ { no no generic-filter { 0 0 no no 00:00:00:00:00:0+
output-filters = [ { no no generic-filter { 0 0 no no 00:00:00:00:00:+
filter-list[n]
Description A subprofile containing a multicast group address. At least 1008
filter-list subprofiles can be specified.
Usage Following is a listing of a filter-list subprofile with its default values:
[in MCAST-SERVICE/"":filter-list[1] (new)]
active = no
mcast-ip-address = 0.0.0.0
group-range-count = 1
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flow
flow
Description An array of 32 indexed subprofiles for classifying and prioritizing for up
to 32 packet flows, including the default packet flow which consists of all packets that
do not match one of the configured rules.
Usage Following is a listing of the flow subprofile shown with default settings:
[in PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow (new)]
flow[1] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[2] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[3] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[4] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[5] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[6] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[7] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[8] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[9] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } }
flow[10] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[11] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[12] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[13] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[14] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[15] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[16] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[17] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[18] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[19] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[20] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[21] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[22] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[23] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[24] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[25] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[26] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[27] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[28] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[29] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[30] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[31] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[32] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 }+
flow[n]
Description An array of 32 indexed subprofiles for configuring classification rules
and a scheduling priority for up to 32 different flows.
Usage Following is a listing of the flow subprofile shown with default settings:
[in PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[1] (new)]
layer2-classifier = { 0 0 00:00 }
packet-classifier = { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 }
scheduling = { 0 }
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flow-list
Description An array of 32 indexed subprofiles used to configure a set of flow
classification rules and corresponding service parameters applicable to those flows.
Usage Following is a listing of the flow-list profile shown with default settings:
[in FLOW-SERVICES/"":flow-list (new)]
flow-list[1] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[2] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[3] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[4] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[5] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[6] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[7] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[8] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[9] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[10] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[11] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[12] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[13] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[14] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[15] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[16] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[17] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[18] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[19] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[20] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[21] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[22] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[23] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[24] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[25] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[26] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[27] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[28] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[29] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[30] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[31] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-list[32] = { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } }
flow-services
Description Defines the mapping between enterprise VLAN IDs in inbound traffic
and NSP VLAN user IDs for outbound traffic on the Gigabit Ethernet port.
Usage Following is a listing of the flow-services profile shown with default
settings:
[in FLOW-SERVICES/"" (new)]
name* = ""
service-type = none
flow-list = [ { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } } { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 } } { { 0 0 00:00 }+
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FRAME-RELAY
FRAME-RELAY
Description A profile that enables you to configure frame relay connections.
Usage Following is a listing of the frame-relay profile with its default settings:
[in FRAME-RELAY/""]
fr-name* = ""
active = no
nailed-up-group = 1
nailed-mode = ft1
called-number-type = 2
switched-call-type = 56k-clear
phone-number = ""
billing-number = ""
transit-number = ""
call-by-call-id = 0
link-mgmt = none
link-type = dte
n391-val = 6
n392-val = 3
n393-val = 4
t391-val = 10
t392-val = 15
MRU = 1532
dceN392-val = 3
dceN393-val = 4
link-mgmt-dlci = dlci0
mfr-bundle-name = ""
frf5-options = { no 0 35 16 }
Dependencies The frf5-options subprofile is not supported for the IDSL line
interface module (LIM).
frame-relay-options
Description A subprofile that specifies the options to match the frame-relay profile
when configuring an ISDN digital subscriber line (IDSL) to frame relay connection.
Usage Following is an example of a frame-relay-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/""]frame-relay-profile = ""
dlci = 16
circuit-name = ""
fr-link-type = transparent-link
fr-direct-enabled = no
fr-direct-profile = ""
fr-direct-dlci = 16
mfr-bundle-name = ""
fr-enabled = yes
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fr-answer
fr-answer
Description A subprofile that enables the Stinger unit to answer incoming
connections that use frame relay encapsulation.
Usage Following is a listing of an fr-answer subprofile with its default setting:
[in ANSWER-DEFAULTS:fr-answer (new)]
enabled = yes
FRDLCI-STAT
Description This read-only profile that indicates the state of the frame relay data
link connection identifier (DLCI) for the permanent virtual channel (PVC).
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the frdlci-stat profile with sample
settings:
[in FRDLCI-STAT/{ 16 3 fr13_20_1 transparent-link }]
dlci-ident* = { 16 3 fr13_20_1 transparent-link }
circuit-name = 801_0_120
current-state = pvc-data-transfer
tag = 4225504
shelf-number = shelf-1
slot-number = slot-13
fr-options
Description A subprofile that specifies the options to match the frame-relay profile
when configuring an ISDN digital subscriber line (IDSL) to frame relay connection.
Usage Following is a listing of the fr-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":fr-options (new)]
frame-relay-profile = ""
dlci = 16
circuit-name = ""
fr-link-type = transparent-link
fr-direct-enabled = no
fr-direct-profile = ""
fr-direct-dlci = 16
mfr-bundle-name = ""
fr-enabled = yes
Dependencies Frame relay calls must be enabled in the answer-defaults profile.
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FRPVC-STAT
FRPVC-STAT
Description This read-only profile that displays the state of the frame relay
permanent virtual connection (PVC).
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the frpvc-stat profile with sample
settings:
[in FRPVC-STAT/801_0_120]
circuit-name* = 801_0_120
current-state = pvc-data-transfer
transparentPvc = yes
trunkLinkIndex = 0
activeLinkCount = 3
dlci-members = [ { 16 3 fr13_20_1 transparent-link } { 17 4 f _20 transpare+
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G
GBONDGROUP
Description A new profile, GBONDGROUP, is introduced to configure the bonded
group.
Usage Following is a listing of the GBONDGROUP profile with its settings:
name* = gbondrr
active = no
nailed-group = 0
asm-version = v1
ignore-lineup = system-defined
num-links = 1
group-id = 0
sid-format = eight-bits
diff-delay-max-up = 20000
diff-delay-max-dn = 0
max-aggr-rate-up = 12600000
max-aggr-rate-dn = 126000000
min-aggr-rate-up = 3150000
min-aggr-rate-dn = 31500000
vp-switching-vpi = 15
tx-shaping-mode = vc
phys-addr = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
gbond-link-statistic
Description This subprofile is added in AL-DMT-STAT profile together with a
parameter to identify the current line operational mode.
Usage Following is a listing of the gbond-link-statistic profile with its settings:
[in AL-DMT-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-3 22 }:gbond-link-statistic]
incoming-cells = 20
outgoing-cells = 5152608
incoming-asm-cells = 566436
outgoing-asm-cells = 15
incoming-err-slc = 6
incoming-err-parity = 1
elapsed-seconds = 20
gbond-link-status
Description This subprofile is added in AL-DMT-STAT profile together with a
parameter to identify the current line operational mode.
Usage Following is a listing of the gbond-link-status profile with its settings:
[in AL-DMT-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-3 1 }:gbond-link-status]
tx-link-number = 0
rx-link-status = scbt
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gen-filter
tx-link-status = scbt
group-id = 101
rx-asm-status = rx-ok
req-tx-delay = 0
act-tx-delay = 0
gen-filter
Description A subprofile for defining a generic packet filter.
Usage Set values in this subprofile to configure one of up to 12 input or output
generic packet filters. Following are listings of gen-filter subprofiles:
For input filters:
[in FILTER/"":input-filters[1]:gen-filter]
offset = 0
len = 0
more = no
comp-neq = no
mask = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
value = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
For output filters:
[in FILTER/"":output-filters[1]:gen-filter]
offset = 0
len = 0
more = no
comp-neq = no
mask = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
value = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
GOLIM-SWITCH-CONFIG
Description This profile captures the details of a GE-OLIM functioning like an
Ethernet switch. The profile is configured on par slot basis. The index of the profile
looks like {A B 0}, where A is the shelf number and B is the slot number.
Usage Following is a listing of the GOLIM-SWITCH-CONFIG profile with its settings:
[in GOLIM-SWITCH-CONFIG/{ shelf-1 slot-10 0 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-10 0 }
trunk-port = [ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } { any-shelf any-slot 0 } { any-shelf
an+
mac-entry-aging-time = 300
port-block-enabled = no
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H
H
HDSL2
Description A profile that enables you to configure HDSL2 ports.
Usage Following is a listing of the hdsl2 profile with its default settings:
[in HDSL2/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
name = ""
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
enabled = no
sparing-mode = inactive
ignore-lineup = system-defined
line-config = { 0 1 15 static { any-shelf any-slot 0 } coe no not-eligible +
thresh-profiles = { DEFVAL "" "" [ { "" "" } { "" "" } { "" "" } { "" "" } +
HDSL2-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the status of each HDSL2 interface.
The Stinger unit creates an hdsl2-stat profile for each HDSL2 interface in the
system.
Usage Following is a listing of the hdsl2 profile with sample settings for an active
line:
[in HDSL2-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-2 10 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-2 10 }
line-state = active
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
vp-switching-vpi = 15
physical-status = { 0 cpe port-up 1544000 A100 1 }
physical-statistic = { { 0 0 3 } yes 36 3 passed 10 0 in-sync 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +
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HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure auxiliary Asynchronous
Transfer Mode (ATM) parameters for each trunk or trunk aggregation module
(TRAM).
Usage Following is a listing of the high-speed-slot-static-config profile with its
default settings:
[in HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }]
name = ""
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
atm-parameters = { low-priority }
trunk-cac-config = { yes "" 148598 10 }
Dependencies The trunk-cac-config profile was previously located in the atmconfig profile. Its use in that location has been deprecated.
If a user has already set this profile in the atm-config profile under a previous TAOS
release, the parameters are copied into the corresponding high-speed-slot-staticconfig profile. The parameters are now invisible in the atm-config profile unless
allow-debug is set to yes.
host-port
Description The host-port subprofile specifies the physical address of the remote
shelf. This profile is read-only.
Usage Following are the read-only fields in a profile for shelf 2:
[in REMOTE-SHELF-STAT/shelf-2:host-port]
physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
logical-item = 0
Location REMOTE-SHELF-CONFIG
REMOTE-SHELF-STAT
host-port-2
Description If the remote shelf supports two Gigabit Ethernet uplinks to the host,
this subprofile specifies the address of the second GE-OLIM port to which the remote
shelf GE COP GIGE-2 port is linked.
Usage Following are the fields in a REMOTE-SHELF-CONFIG profile for shelf 2 hostport-2:
[in REMOTE-SHELF-CONFIG/shelf-2:host-port]
physical-address = { shelf-1 slot-2 4 }
logical-item = 0
Location REMOTE-SHELF-CONFIG
REMOTE-SHELF-STAT
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I
I
id*
Description A subprofile that identifies the virtual channel link (VCL).
Usage Following is a listing of the id subprofile with its default settings:
[in ATM-VCL-CONFIG/{ { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 0 }:id (new)]
address = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
vpi = 0
vci = 0
IDSL
Description A profile that enables you to configure ISDN digital subscriber line
(IDSL) ports.
Usage Following is an example of the idsl profile with its default settings:
[in IDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-13 5 }]
name = 1:13:5
line-interface = { no [ {switched-channel 605 } { switched-channel 605 } ] +
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-13 5 }
sparing-mode = inactive
IDSL-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the state of the ISDN digital
subscriber line (IDSL) channels.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of an idsl-stat profile:
[in IDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-14 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-14 1 }
line-state = point-to-point
channel-state = [ nailed-up nailed-up ]
error-count = [ 0 0 ]
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
physical-status = { 444 }
physical-statistic = { { 0 0 6 } 107 [ 0 0 0 ] }
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IF-SPARING-CONFIG
IF-SPARING-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure spare line interface modules
(LIMs) using automatic sparing.
Usage Following is a listing of the if-sparing-config profile with its default
settings:
[in IF-SPARING-CONFIG (new)]
if-spared-slot = [ any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot any-sl+
if-spare-slot = [ any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slo+
if-auto-spare-info = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 +
lim-auto-spare-info = [ any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot ot any-+
if-sparing-config
Description A read-only subprofile that contains the slot number of the redundant
line interface module (LIM) for each LIM port.
Usage Following is a listing of an if-sparing-config subprofile:
[in LIM-SPARING-CONFIG/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:if-sparing-config (new)]
if-sparing-config[n] = any-slot
igmp-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the timers defined in RFC
2236, Internet Group Management Protocol Version 2, on multicast client interfaces.
Usage Following is a listing of the igmp-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":ip-options:igmp-options]
robust-count = 2
query-interval = 125
query-response-interval = 100
last-member-query-interval = 10
last-member-query-count = 2
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IMAGROUP
IMAGROUP
Description A profile that enables you to configure an inverse multiplexing over
ATM (IMA) port. When you enter the command new imagroup, a new profile is
created to establish all group-related IMA parameters.
Usage Following is a sample listing of an imagroup profile:
[in IMAGROUP/"" (new)]
name* = ""
active = no
nailed-group = 0
group-symmetry-mode = symmetric-operation
version = v1-1
do-version-fallback = no
ignore-lineup = system-defined
lasr = yes
ne-tx-clk-mode = ctc
tx-min-num-links = 1
rx-min-num-links = 1
ima-id = 0
frame-length = 128
diff-delay-max = 25
check-far-end-ima-id = no
expected-far-end-ima-id = 0
far-end-check-frame-length = no
expected-far-end-frame-length = 128
atm-if-delay = 0
tpp-test-link = 0
tpp-test-pattern = -1
tpp-state = disabled
vp-switching-vpi = 15
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IMA-GROUP-STAT
IMA-GROUP-STAT
Description A profile that indicates the performance of an inverse multiplexing
over ATM (IMA) group. The profile is automatically created by the system once the
imagroup profile is properly configured and associated with a ds1-atm profile.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the ima-group-stat profile:
[in IMA-GROUP-STAT/ima3_1]
name* = ima3_1
physical-address = { shelf-1 slot-3 25 }
near-end-ima-group-state = operational
failure-status = no-failure
far-end-txclock-mode = ctc
tx-timing-ref-link = 0
rx-timing-ref-link = 0
rx-ima-id = 0
rx-frame-length = 128
least-delay-link = 0
diff-delay-max-obs = 0
running-secs = 1435
tx-avail-cellrate = 2147488176
rx-avail-cellrate = 4493
tx-num-config-links = 2
rx-num-config-links = 2
tx-num-active-links = 1
rx-num-active-links = 1
tx-oam-label-value = 3
rx-oam-label-value = 3
last-change-time = 52
tpp-test-link = 1
tpp-test-pattern = 100
tpp-test-status = link-fail
valid-intervals = 0
invalid-intervals = 96
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
vp-switching-vpi = 0
ima-group-statistic = { 40 0 6571424 }
nailed-group = 310
ima-group-statistic
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates the status of the inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) group.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the ima-group-statistic
subprofile:
[in IMA-GROUP-STAT:ima-group-statistic]
unavailable-secs = 56
near-end-num-failures = 3
far-end-num-failures = 6
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IMAHW-CONFIG
IMAHW-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure hardware-specific parameters
common to the inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) chip. For example, because the
24-port IMA line interface modules (LIMs) contain three chips, three profiles are
created. However, the 8-port IMA LIMs contain a single chip so only one profile is
created for it.
Usage Following is a listing of the imahw-config profile with sample settings:
[in IMAHW-CONFIG/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
name = ""
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
alpha-ima-value = 2
beta-ima-value = 2
gamma-ima-value = 1
alpha-cell-delin-value = 7
delta-cell-delin-value = 6
ima-link-statistic
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates statistics for the inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) link.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of an imp-link-statistic subprofile:
[in DS1-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-2 20 }:ima-link-statistic]
ima-violations-counter = 0
oif-anomalies-counter = 0
near-end-sev-errored-secs-counter = 0
far-end-sev-errored-secs-counter = 0
near-end-unavail-secs-counter = 0
far-end-unavail-secs-counter = 0
near-end-tx-unusable-secs-counter = 0
near-end-rx-unusable-secs-counter = 0
far-end-tx-unusable-secs-counter = 0
far-end-rx-unusable-secs-counter = 0
near-end-tx-num-failures-counter = 0
near-end-rx-num-failures-counter = 0
far-end-tx-num-failures-counter = 0
far-end-rx-num-failures-counter = 0
tx-stuffs-counter = 0
rx-stuffs-counter = 0
elapsed-seconds = 0
Location DS1-ATM-STAT
SHDSL-STAT
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ima-link-status
ima-link-status
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates the inverse multiplexing over
ATM (IMA) link.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of an ima-link-status subprofile:
[in DS1-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-2 20 }:ima-link-status]
near-end-tx-link-state = not-in-group
near-end-rx-link-state = not-in-group
far-end-tx-link-state = not-in-group
far-end-rx-link-state = not-in-group
near-end-rx-failure-status = no-failure
far-end-rx-failure-status = no-failure
tx-lid = 0
rx-lid = 0
relative-delay = 0
rx-test-pattern = 0
rx-testproc-status = disabled
valid-intervals = 96
invalid-intervals = 0
Location DS1-ATM-STAT
SHDSL-STAT
ima-option-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure an inverse multiplexing over
ATM (IMA) interface.
Usage Following is a listing of an ima-option-config subprofile with sample
settings:
[in DS1-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 1 }:line-config:ima-option-config ]
txlink-config = { 0 3 fast auto 10 0 }
rxlink-config = { 3 fast 10 100 auto 10 2500 10000 10 }
Location DS1-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot any-port }:line-config
SHDSL/{ any-shelf any-slot any-port }:line-config
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ima-rt
ima-rt
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates status of the inverse multiplexing
over ATM (IMA) route.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the ima-rt subprofile:
[in IMA-GROUP-STAT:ima-rt]
name* = ima-rt
physical-address = { shelf-1 slot-2 25 }
near-end-ima-group-state = operational
far-end-ima-group-state = operational
failure-status = no-failure
far-end-txclock-mode = ctc
tx-timing-ref-link = 1
rx-timing-ref-link = 1
rx-ima-id = 0
rx-frame-length = 128
least-delay-link = 0
diff-delay-max-obs = 0
running-secs = 53461
tx-avail-cellrate = 7244
rx-avail-cellrate = 7188
tx-num-config-links = 2
rx-num-config-links = 2
tx-num-active-links = 2
rx-num-active-links = 2
tx-oam-label-value = 3
rx-oam-label-value = 3
last-change-time = 1315
tpp-test-link = 0
tpp-test-pattern = 255
tpp-test-status = disabled
valid-intervals = 0
invalid-intervals = 96
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
vp-switching-vpi = 15
ima-group-statistic = { 56 3 6 }
Location IMA-GROUP-STAT
immediate-mode-options
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
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index n
index n
Description Index of the called device.
Usage Following is a listing of the index subprofile with its default settings:
[in CALL-ROUTE/{ { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 }:index]
device-address = { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 }
entry-number = 0
input-filters[n]
Description A subprofile that defines an input-filter specification. The filter
specifications are applied in order (1 through 12) to the inbound packet stream. The
order in which the input filters are defined is significant.
Usage To define an input filter specification, list the parameters of the subprofile as
follows, and set the appropriate values:
[in FILTER/"":input-filters[1]]
valid-entry = no
forward = no
Type = generic-filter
gen-filter = { 0 0 no no 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00+
ip-filter = { 0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 none 0 none 0 no }
route-filter = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 none }
tos-filter = { 0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 none 0 none 0 000 no+
ethernet-filter = { 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00 }
integrity-config[n]
Description A subprofile for internal use only.
Location SYSTEM-INTEGRITY
interleave-path-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure minimum, maximum, and
planned upstream and downstream bit rates for a rate-adaptive connection on an
interleaved channel.
Usage Following is a listing of the interleave-path-config subprofile with its
default settings:
[in AL-DMT/{ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }:interleave-path-config]
min-bitrate-up=0
min-bitrate-down=0
max-bitrate-up=0
max-bitrate-down=0
planned-bitrate-up=0
planned-bitrate-down=0
max-delay-up=16
max-delay-down=16
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interval-performance-monitoring[n]
interval-performance-monitoring[n]
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates synchronous optical network
(SONET) performance values for the preceding four 15-minute intervals, providing
performance data for the past hour.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the interval-performance-monitoring
subprofile:
[in OC3-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }:interval-performancemonitoring[1]]
sonet-section-errored-seconds=0
sonet-section-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-section-severely-errored-framing-seconds=0
sonet-section-coding-violations=0
sonet-line-errored-seconds=0
sonet-line-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-line-coding-violations=0
sonet-line-unavailable-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-line-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-line-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-line-coding-violations=0
sonet-far-end-line-unavailable-seconds=0
sonet-path-errored-seconds=0
sonet-path-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-path-coding-violations=0
sonet-path-unavailable-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-path-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-path-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-path-coding-violations=0
sonet-far-end-path-unavailable-seconds=0
Dependencies The information in the performance-monitoring subprofile updates
the values in the interval-performance-monitoring subprofile.
ip-address-option
Description The ip-address-option subprofile contains a four-element array, with
each element representing one pair of remote and local IP addresses.
Usage Following is a listing of the ip-address-option profile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":bir-options:multiple-ip-address:ip-address-option (new)]
ip-address-option[1] = { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 }
ip-address-option[2] = { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 }
ip-address-option[3] = { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 }
ip-address-option[4] = { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 }
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ip-address-option[n]
ip-address-option[n]
Description The ip-address-option[n] subprofile contains the destination IP
address of a WAN virtual interface and the IP address of the local virtual interface.
Usage Following is a sample listing of an ip-address-option subprofile:
[in CONNECTION/"":bir-options:multiple-ip-address:ip-address-option[1]
(new)]
remote-address = 0.0.0.0/0
netmask-remote = 0.0.0.0
local-address = 0.0.0.0/0
netmask-local = 0.0.0.0
ip-answer
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the general settings to be
used as defaults for incoming IP calls that do not specify a different value in the
caller’s profile
Usage Following is a listing of the ip-answer subprofile with its default settings:
[in ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ip-answer]
enabled = yes
vj-header-prediction = yes
assign-address = yes
routing-metric = 1
private-route-profile-required = no
ip-filter
Description An input-filter or output-filter subprofile for defining an IP packet
filter.
Usage Set values in this subprofile to configure one of up to 12 input or output IP
packet filters. Following is a listing of an ip-filter subprofile with its default settings:
For input filters:
[in FILTER/"":input-filters[1]:ip-filter]
protocol = 0
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
dest-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
dest-address = 0.0.0.0
Src-Port-Cmp = none
source-port = 0
Dst-Port-Cmp = none
dest-port = 0
tcp-estab = no
icmp-type = any
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IP-GLOBAL
For output filters:
[in FILTER/"":output-filters[1]:ip-filter]
protocol = 0
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
dest-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
dest-address = 0.0.0.0
Src-Port-Cmp = none
source-port = 0
Dst-Port-Cmp = none
dest-port = 0
tcp-estab = no
icmp-type = any
IP-GLOBAL
Description A profile that enables you to configure the IP router systemwide.
Usage Following is a listing of the ip-global profile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL]
domain-name = ""
dns-primary-server = 0.0.0.0
dns-secondary-server = 0.0.0.0
dns-server-query-type = udp
system-ip-addr = 192.168.120.202
soft-ip-interface-addr = 0.0.0.0
netbios-primary-ns = 0.0.0.0
netbios-secondary-ns = 0.0.0.0
must-accept-address-assign = no
pool-summary = no
pool-selection = connection-based
pool-chaining = no
pool-ospf-adv-type = type-1
pool-base-address = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0.0 0+
assign-count = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 +
pool-name = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""+
rip-policy = Poison-Rvrs
summarize-rip-routes = no
rip-trigger = yes
min-rip-trigger-delay = 5
max-rip-trigger-delay = 8
bootp-enabled = no
bootp-relay = { no [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ] }
drop-source-routed-ip-packets = no
ignore-def-route = yes
rarp-enabled = no
udp-cksum = yes
tcp-timeout = 0
dialout-poison = no
telnet-enabled = yes
telnet-password = ""
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user-profile = admin
shared-prof = no
dns-list-attempt = no
static-pref = 100
rip-pref = 100
rip-queue-depth = 50
ospf-pref = 10
ospf-ase-pref = 150
ospf-global = { no yes 0 }
rip-tag = c8:00:00:00
rip-ase-type = 1
iproute-cache-enable = yes
iproute-cache-size = 0
ipport-cache-enable = yes
suppress-host-routes = no
sntp-info = { sntp-disabled utc+0000 [ 192.168.120.10 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ] 10 }
dns-list-size = 6
client-primary-dns-server = 0.0.0.0
client-secondary-dns-server = 0.0.0.0
allow-as-client-dns-info = True
dns-local-table = { no no [ { "" 0.0.0.0 } { "" 0.0.0.0 } { "" 0.0.0.0 } { 0+
multicast-forwarding = no
mbone-profile = ""
mbone-lan-interface = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
multicast-hbeat-addr = 0.0.0.0
multicast-hbeat-port = 0
multicast-hbeat-slot-time = 0
multicast-hbeat-Number-Slot = 0
multicast-hbeat-Alarm-threshold = 0
multicast-hbeat-src-addr = 0.0.0.0
multicast-hbeat-src-addr-mask = 0.0.0.0
sec-domain-name = ""
multicast-member-timeout = 360
finger = no
ignore-icmp-redirects = no
icmp-reply-directed-bcast = yes
send-icmp-dest-unreachable = yes
global-vrouter = main
router-id = 0.0.0.0
default-filter-cache-time = 1440
default-prt-cache-time = 1440
tcp-syn-flood-protect = no
throttle-no-port-match-udp-traffic-on-slot = no
pim-options = { no no 0.0.0.0 0 60 }
multiple-mbone = { [ ““ ““ ““ ““ ] [ { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } { { +
multicast-forwarding = no
multiple-multicast-server-vc = no
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IP-INTERFACE
IP-INTERFACE
Description A profile that enables you to configure a logical IP interface for an
Ethernet port.
Usage Following is a listing of the profile with its default settings:
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }]
interface-address* = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
ip-address = 0.0.0.0/0
netmask = 0.0.0.0
proxy-mode = Off
rip-mode = routing-off
route-filter = ""
rip2-use-multicast = yes
ospf = { no 0.0.0.0 normal 10 40 5 simple ascend0 0 1 16777215 type-1
c0:00:00:+
multicast-allowed = no
igmp-options = { 2 125 100 10 2 v2 }
multicast-rate-limit = 100
multicast-group-leave-delay = 0
multicast-group-leave-delay-msec = 0
multicast-service-profile = ""
multicast-max-groups = 0
multicast-cac-profile = default
directed-broadcast-allowed = yes
vrouter = ""
management-only-interface = no
vlan-enabled = no
vlan-id = 0
pim-options = { no 30 105 yes 1 60 210 yes 5000 2500 }
fast-leave = no
bootp-relay-enable = yes
qos-interface-group = 0
packet-flows = ""
scheduling = { 0 0
Dependencies Consider the following:
For ip-interface profiles, the default profile (with the zero logical-item number)
must have an IP address configured, or none of the other ip-interface profiles
for the same port will function. Do not delete the default profile if you want your
other configurations to work.
If proxy-mode is enabled in any of the ip-interface profiles for a given Ethernet
port, it is enabled for all ARP requests coming into the physical port.
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ip-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure connection-specific IP-
routing settings.
Usage Following is a listing of the ip-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":ip-options]
ip-routing-enabled = yes
vj-header-prediction = yes
remote-address = 0.0.0.0/0
local-address = 0.0.0.0/0
source-if = ""
routing-metric = 1
preference = 60
down-preference = 120
private-route = no
address-pool = 0
ip-direct = 0.0.0.0
rip = routing-off
route-filter = ""
source-ip-check = no
reverse-path-check = no
multicast-allowed = no
multicast-rate-limit = 100
multicast-group-leave-delay = 0
client-dns-primary-addr = 0.0.0.0
client-dns-secondary-addr = 0.0.0.0
client-dns-addr-assign = yes
client-default-gateway = 0.0.0.0
tos-options = { no 000 normal incoming precedence-tos 00 }
tos-filter = ""
client-wins-primary-addr = 0.0.0.0
client-wins-secondary-addr = 0.0.0.0
client-wins-addr-assign = yes
private-route-table = ""
private-route-profile-required = no
igmp-options = { 2 125 100 10 2 }
fast-leave = no
qos-interface-group = 0
packet-flows = ""
multicast-server-vc = no
multiple-mcast-filter = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""+
See Also tos-options
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IP-ROUTE
IP-ROUTE
Description A profile that defines a static IP route. The system adds the specified
route to the routing table explicitly, rather than through dynamic updates when RIP
is enabled on an interface. Static routes enable the system to communicate with another
network without the added overhead of enabling RIP.
Usage Following is a listing of the ip-route profile with its default settings:
[in IP-ROUTE/"" (new)]
name* = ""
dest-address = 0.0.0.0/0
netmask = 0.0.0.0
gateway-address = 0.0.0.0
metric = 8
cost = 1
preference = 60
third-party = no
ase-type = type-1
ase-tag = c0:00:00:00
private-route = no
active-route = yes
ase7-adv = N/A
vrouter = ""
inter-vrouter = ""
L
l2tp-config
Description An l2-tunnel-global subprofile for configuring Layer 2 Tunneling
Protocol (L2TP) timers, retry parameters for tunnel establishment, and other L2TP
access concentrator (LAC) operations. These settings affect the system in all L2TP
negotiations. They are not specific to one L2TP network server (LNS).
Usage Following is a listing of the l2tp-config subprofile with its default settings:
[in L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config]
first-retry-timer = 1000
retry-count = 6
hello-timer = 60
control-connect-establish-timer = 60
lac-incoming-call-timer = 60
base-udp-port = 0
dialout-auth-lns = no
dialout-send-profile-name = no
verify-remote-host-name = no
acct-tunnel-connection-encoding = normal
tunnel-server-pre-sccrq-lookup = no
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L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL
Description A profile that enables you to configure Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
(L2TP) access concentrator (LAC) operations globally. The parameters in the l2tunnel-global profile are used for all LAC operations, such as global tunnel
authentication. They are not specific to one L2TP network server (LNS).
Usage Following is a listing of the l2-tunnel-global profile with its default settings:
[in L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL]
l2tp-mode = disabled
l2tp-auth-enabled = no
l2tp-rx-window = 0
l2tp-system-name = ""
l2tp-config = { 1000 6 60 60 60 0 no no no normal no }
LACP
Description A profile used to specify system wide LACP settings.
Usage Following is a listing of the l2-tunnel-global profile with its default settings:
[in LACP
system-priority = 65535
lacp-options
Description An ETHERNET subprofile for defining 802.3ad Link Aggregation port-
level configuration options.
Usage Following is a listing of the lacp-options subprofile shown with default
settings:
[in ETHERNET/{ shelf-1 first-control-module 2 }:lacp-options]
priority = 65535
participation = active
lan-router-interface-address
Description Index of the vlan-ethernet profile to be used as the “router” VLAN
interface in terms of traffic handling for this bridge group. The specified VLAN
interface is the default path for uplinks from users to the VLAN, and is used in port
blocking to prevent other, unintended uses of the other interfaces that are part of the
VLAN. This setting and the wan-router-interface-address setting are mutually
exclusive.
Usage Following is a listing of the lan-router-interface-address profile shown
with default settings:
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:lan-router-interface-address (new)]
physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
logical-item = 0
Dependencies If IGMP snooping is enabled, this must be the Ethernet interface on
which downstream multicast streams are received.
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layer2-classifier
layer2-classifier
Description A flow-list subprofile for defining classification rules to identify a
specific layer 2 traffic flow.
Usage Following is a listing of the layer2-classifier subprofile shown with default
settings:
[in FLOW-SERVICES/"":flow-list[1]:layer2-classifier (new)]
vlan-id = 0
ethernet-priority = 0
ethernet-type = 00:00
LIM-SPARING-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure line interface module (LIM)
redundancy (sparing) and designate the primary and secondary LIM.
Usage Following is a listing of the lim-sparing-config profile with its default
settings:
[in LIM-SPARING-CONFIG/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
spare-slot-type = unknown
sparing-mode = inactive
spare-slot-number = slot-16
manually-spared-slot-number = any-slot
if-sparing-config = [ any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot any-slot slot any+
auto-lim-sparing-config = { [ { yes 10 100 3 12 } { yes 10 100 3 12 } { 10 +
lim-sparing-config n
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the redundancy of up to 16
line interface modules (LIMs).
Usage Following is a listing of the lim-sparing-config n subprofile with its default
settings:
[in LIM-SPARING-CONFIG/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:auto-lim-sparing-config:
lim-sparing-config[1] }
active = yes
error-averaging-period = 10
error-threshold = 100
up-down-threshold = 3
modem-failure-threshold = 12
LIM-SPARING-STATUS
Description A read-only profile that indicates whether line interface module (LIM)
sparing is enabled, as well as the slot numbers of the primary and secondary LIMs.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the lim-sparing-status profile with its
default settings:
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[in LIM-SPARING-STATUS]
spare-slot-type = none
sparing-mode = inactive
spare-slot-number = any-slot
spared-slot-number = any-slot
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
lim-sparing-status = [ { yes yes sparing-none } { yes yes sparing-none } { +
lim-sparing-status[n]
Description One of 16 port subprofiles that indicate the redundancy status of a
given line interface module (LIM).
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the lim-sparing-status subprofile with
its default settings:
[in LIM-SPARING-STATUS:lim-sparing-status[1]]
active = yes
lim-status-ok = yes
sparing-state = sparing-none
line-config
Description A subprofile that has a differing function depending on the profile that
includes it.
In an al-dmt, ds1-atm, hdsl2, sdsl, and shdsl profile, the line-config subprofile
configures the corresponding line interface module (LIM).
In an ds3-atm, e3-atm and oc3-atm profile the line-config subprofile configures
the lines for the corresponding trunk module.
In an atm-internal profile the line-config subprofile configures an internal line.
Usage Following are listings of the line-config subprofiles with their default
values:
[in AL-DMT/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 0
nailed-group = 1
vp-switching-vpi = 15
activation = static
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
rate-adapt-mode-up = automatic-at-startup
rate-adapt-mode-down = automatic-at-startup
rate-adapt-ratio-up = 100
rate-adapt-ratio-down = 100
max-aggr-power-level-up = 13
max-aggr-power-level-down = 20
max-power-spectral-density = 40
line-code = auto-select
line-latency-down = fast
line-latency-up = fast
trellis-encoding = yes
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gain-default = 20-db
upstream-start-bin = 6
upstream-end-bin = 31
downstream-start-bin = 32
downstream-end-bin = 255
loop-back = none
bit-swapping = no
fbm-dbm-mode = fbm
alcatel-us-413-boost = unknown
psd-mask-down = co
psd-mask-up = annexm-all
line-code-config = { yes yes yes no no no no no }
[in ATM-INTERNAL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
nailed-group = 1
vp-switching-vpi = 15
[in DS1-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
frame-type = esf
encoding = b8zs
nailed-group = 4294967246
loopback = no-loopback
clock-source = not-eligible
clock-priority = high-priority
FDL = none
send-code = no-code
front-end-type = short-haul
line-length = 1-133
line-build-out = 0-db
pcm-mode = clear-channel
coset-enabled = yes
scrambling-enabled = no
hec-correction-enabled = no
vp-switching-vpi = 15
vc-oamf4-support = [ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes+
ima-option-config = { { 0 3 fast auto 10 0 } { 3 fast 10 100 auto 10 +
status-change-trap-enable = no
[in DS3-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 9
nailed-group = 1
activation = static
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
loopback = no-loopback
high-tx-output = no
receive-equalization = no
framer-mode = C-BIT-PLCP
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191
vc-switching-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]
vc-oamf4-support = [ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes+
clock-source = not-eligible
clock-priority = middle-priority
cell-payload-scramble = yes
status-change-trap-enable = no
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[in E3-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 9
nailed-group = 1
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
loopback = no-loopback
high-tx-output = no
framer-mode = g832-adm
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191
vc-switching-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]
vc-oamf4-support = [ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes+
clock-source = not-eligible
clock-priority = middle-priority
cell-payload-scramble = yes
status-change-trap-enable = no
[in HDSL2/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 0
nailed-group = 1
vp-switching-vpi = 15
activation = static
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
unit-type = coe
ntr-enabled = no
clock-source = not-eligible
clock-priority = middle-priority
loop-back = none
margin = 2db
snext-margin = disable
rate-mode = auto
min-rate = 72000
max-rate = 2312000
gshdsl-standard-network-type = north-american-annex-a
annexb-anfp-enabled = no
gshdsl-psd-type = symmetric
master-binding-port = no
[in OC3-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 0
nailed-group = 1
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
loopback = no-loopback
framer-mode = sonet
framer-rate = STS-3c
tx-scramble-disabled = no
tx-cell-payload-scramble-disabled = no
loop-timing = no
shared-clk=no
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191
vc-switching-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]
vc-oamf4-support = [ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes+
clock-source = not-eligible
clock-priority = middle-priority
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line-code-config
[in SDSL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 0
nailed-group = 1
vp-switching-vpi = 15
activation = static
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
data-rate-mode = singlebaud
max-rate = 784000
auto-base-rate = 272000
unit-type = coe
line-mode = atm
loop-back = none
[in SHDSL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config (new)]
trunk-group = 0
nailed-group = 1
vp-switching-vpi = 15
activation = static
call-route-info = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
unit-type = coe
ntr-enabled = no
clock-source = not-eligible
clock-priority = middle-priority
loop-back = none
margin = 2db
snext-margin = disable
rate-mode = auto
min-rate = 72000
max-rate = 2312000
gshdsl-standard-network-type = north-american-annex-a
annexb-anfp-enabled = no
gshdsl-psd-type = symmetric
master-binding-port = no
Dependencies Settings in the atm-internal profile currently apply only to ISDN
digital subscriber line (IDSL) or router modules.
line-code-config
Description Defines which operational modes are allowed. It provides you more
control on what modes are allowed to train under the new configuration.
Usage Following is a listing of a line-code-config subprofile with its default settings:
[in AL-DMT/{ shelf-1 slot-1 1 }:line-config:line-code-config]
g-lite = yes
ansi-dmt = yes
g-dmt = yes
adsl2 = no
adsl2plus = no
adsl2re = no
annex-m = no
annex-mplus = no
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LINE-DIAG
Dependencies
Location AL-DMT: line-config
LINE-DIAG
Description A profile that enables you to configure line testing settings.
Usage Following is a listing of the line-diag profile with its default settings:
[in LINE-DIAG/{ shelf-1 slot-13 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-13 1 }
bert-timer = 1-minute
bert-enable = no
idt-enable = no
idt-num-of-msg = 1000
bert-bit-duration = 6-power
bist-enabled = no
selt-delt-enable = no-test
LINE-DIAG-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the state of the line diagnostics set in
the line-diag profile.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the line-diag-stat profile with its default
settings:
[in LINE-DIAG-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-13 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-13 1 }
bert-operation-state = stopped
idt-operation-state = stopped
bert-error-counter = 0
idt-send-count = 0
idt-recv-count = 0
idt-error-counter = 0
bist-operation-state = stopped
bist-result = none
selt-delt-operation-state = stopped
line-interface
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure an ISDN digital subscriber
line (IDSL).
Usage Following is a listing of the line-interface subprofile with its default
settings:
[in IDSL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-interface (new)]
enabled = no
dual-link = no
channel-config = [ { switched-channel 1 } { switched-channel 1 } ]
dial-plan = 0
answer-number-1 = ""
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answer-number-2 = ""
idsl-bandwidth = idsl-128
ignore-lineup = system-defined
LINE-TESTS
Description A profile that activates either the galvanic isolation and multiport tone
tests. Each line interface module (LIM) has a line-tests profile
Usage Following is a listing of a line-tests profile with its default settings:
[in LINE-TESTS]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-5 0 }
clt-slot-number = slot-13
start-port = 0
end-port = 0
port-activation-array = [ no no no no no no no no no no no no +
port-status = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+
specific-ports = no
test-type = gal-iso
test-terminal = external-tester-terminal
activate-test = no
LOAD-SELECT
Description A profile that enables you to configure which module images to load to
flash memory when the load tar command is issued.
Usage Following is a listing of a load-select profile with its default settings:
For all Stinger models except the Stinger MRT:
[in LOAD-SELECT]
unknown-cards = auto
fet = auto
sdsl-atm = auto
al-dmtadsl-atm = auto
sdsl-atm-v2 = auto
dadsl-atm-24 = auto
glite-atm-48 = auto
hdsl2 = auto
annexb-dmtadsl = auto
t1000 = auto
ima = auto
stngr-32-idsl = auto
40-dmt-adsl = auto
48-dmt-adsl = auto
48b-dmt-adsl = auto
72-shdsl = auto
72-ct-dmt-adsl = auto
gs-adsl2plus-atm = auto
geb-gs-adsl2plus-atm = auto
32-dmt-aslam = auto
vdsl = auto
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olim = auto
golim = auto
crtcm = auto
gecrtcm = auto
ep-hs-gs-adsl2plus-atm= auto
ep-gs-ima-shdsl-atm = auto
For the Stinger MRT:
[in LOAD-SELECT]
unknown-cards = auto
mrt-dmt = auto
Note An explicit load command for a particular module type overrides the settings
in the Load-Select profile.
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LOG
LOG
Description A profile that enables you to configure systemwide event-logging
settings. Systemwide event logging includes the Stinger log buffer accessed by the log
command, and any syslog host designated by the log profile.
Usage Following is a listing of a log profile with its default settings:
[in LOG]
save-level = info
save-number = 100
software-debug = no
call-info = none
syslog-enabled = no
host = 0.0.0.0
port = 514
facility = local0
syslog-format = tnt
log-call-progress = no
log-software-version = no
syslog-level = info
auxiliary-syslog = [ { no info 0.0.0.0 514 local0 } { no info 0.0.0.0 local+
history-size = 0
loopback-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure loopback test parameters.
Usage Following is a listing of a loopback-config subprofile with its default settings:
[in ATM-OAM/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 0 }:loopback-config (new)]
enabled = no
loopback-level = segment
loopback-cells-per-test = 1
error-threshhold = 0
restart-after-trap = no
total-loopback-tests = 1
test-iteration-interval = 30
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M
magic-keys
Description A subprofile for internal use only.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the magic-keys subprofile:
[in ATMPVC-STAT/unit1:magic-keys]
magic-keys[1] = 0
magic-keys[2] = 201326688
See Also vcc-members, vcc-members N
margin-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure noise-margin values for
asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) line interface modules (LIMs).
Usage Following is a sample listing of a margin-config subprofile:
[in AL-DMT/{ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }:margin-config]
target-noise-margin-up=6
target-noise-margin-down=6
min-noise-margin-up=0
min-noise-margin-down=0
max-add-noise-margin-up=31
max-add-noise-margin-down=31
ra-downshift-margin-up=0
ra-downshift-int-up=0
ra-downshift-margin-down=0
ra-downshift-int-down=0
ra-upshift-margin-up=0
ra-upshift-int-up=0
ra-upshift-margin-down=0
ra-upshift-int-down=0
MCAST-SERVICE
Description A profile that enables you to define sets of multicast destination
addresses that can be accessed by multicast clients.
Usage Set values in this profile to configure destination filters. Support is included
for at least 1008 active mcast-service profiles. Following is a listing of the mcastservice profile with its default settings:
[in MCAST-SERVICE/"" (new)]
service-name* = ""
active = no
snmp-trap-enable = no
filter-type = none
filter-list = [ { no 0.0.0.0 } { no 0.0.0.0 } { no 0.0.0.0 } { no 0.0.0 n+
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menu-mode-options
menu-mode-options
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
metrics-index
Description Not supported. A subprofile that contains a complex index value into the
set of parameters associated with the metrics-tag and metrics-direction
parameters.
Usage Following is a listing of the metrics-index subprofile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-METRICS/{ 0 0 incoming 0 }:metrics-index (new)]
node-index = 1
metrics-tag = 0
metrics-direction = incoming
metrics-index = 0
MODEM
Description Not used.
modem-configuration
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
mp-answer
Description Not supported.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS
mp-options
Description Not supported. A connection subprofile containing settings for incoming
MultiLink Protocol (MP) session requests.
Usage Following is a listing of the mp-options subprofile with its default settings.
These settings are not supported in Stinger units.
[in CONNECTION/"":mp-options]
base-channel-count = 1
minimum-channels = 1
maximum-channels = 2
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mpp-answer
mpp-answer
Description Not supported. An answer-defaults subprofile containing default
settings for incoming MultiLink Protocol Plus™ (MPP or MP+) session requests.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS
mpp-options
Description Not supported. An answer-defaults subprofile containing default
settings for incoming MultiLink Protocol Plus™ (MPP or MP+) session requests.
Location CONNECTION/""
MULTICAST-CAC
Description Configures the CAC rules. The CAC rules apply to the first join for each
multicast group that the system receives. If the system receives the first join, then it
accepts all joins for the same group. The system currently supports only a single
multicast-cac profile. This profile applies to both IGMP proxy and snooping
configurations.
Usage Following is a listing of the muticast-cac with its default settings:
[in MULTICAST-CAC]
name = default
bw-allocated = 0
multicast-cac-list = [ { 0.0.0.0 no 0 } { 0.0.0.0 no 0 } { 0.0.0.0 no 0 } {
0.0+
MULTI-LINK-FR
Description A profile that enables you to configure a frame relay connection with
multiple links.
Usage Following is a listing of the multi-link-fr profile with its default settings:
[in MULTI-LINK-FR/"" (new)]
mfr-bundle-name* = ""
active = no
mfr-bundle-type = mfr-dte
max-bundle-members = 1
min-bandwidth = 0
multiple-ip-address
Description The multiple-ip-address subprofile contains the elements used to
statically configure up to four WAN virtual interfaces across a BIR connection.
Usage Following is a listing of the multiple-ip-address profile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":bir-options:multiple-ip-address (new)]
enable = no
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multiple-mbone
ip-address-option = [ { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 } { 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 } { 0.0+
multiple-mbone
Description A subprofile to specify the parameters used to configure multiple
multicast backbone (MBONE) router interfaces.
Usage Following is a listing of the multiple-mbone subprofile with its default
settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:multiple-mbone]
mbone-profile = [ "" "" "" "" ]
mbone-lan-interface = [ { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } { { any-shelf any-slo+
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multiple-mcast-filter
multiple-mcast-filter
Description An array of 20 indexed parameters that allows multiple filters to be
applied in sequence on the same connection.
Usage Following is a listing of the multiple-mcast-filter profile shown with
default settings:
[in CONNECTION/vlan-pvc-1:ip-options:multiple-mcast-filter]
multiple-mcast-filter[1] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[2] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[3] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[4] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[5] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[6] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[7] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[8] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[9] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[10] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[11] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[12] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[13] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[14] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[15] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[16] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[17] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[18] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[19] = ""
multiple-mcast-filter[20] = ""
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node-pgl
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the node peer group leader
(PGL) in the Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI).
Usage Following is a listing of the node-pgl profile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-NODE-CONFIG/1:node-pgl ]
leadership-priority = 0
parent-node-index = 0
init-time = 15
override-delay = 30
reelect-time = 15
node-scope-mapping
Description Not currently used. A subprofile for specifying scope mapping
information for the node.
Usage Following is a listing of the node-scope-mapping subprofile with its default
settings:
[in PNNI-NODE-CONFIG/1:node-scope-mapping]
local-net = 96
local-net-plus-1 = 96
local-net-plus-2 = 96
site-minus-1 = 80
intra-site = 80
site-plus-1 = 72
organization-minus-1 = 72
intra-organization = 64
organization-plus-1 = 64
community-minus-1 = 64
intra-community = 48
community-plus-1 = 48
regional = 32
inter-regional = 32
global = 0
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node-svcc-rcc
node-svcc-rcc
Description Not currently used. A subprofile that specifies SVCC-based routing
control channel (RCC) variables
Usage Following is a listing of the node-svcc-rcc subprofile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-NODE-CONFIG/1:node-svcc-rcc ]
init-time = 4
retry-time = 30
calling-integrity-time = 5
called-integrity-time = 50traffic-descr-index = 0v
traffic-descr-index = 0
node-timer
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure initial Private Network-to-
Network Interface (PNNI) timer settings and significant change thresholds for the
node.
Usage Following is a listing of the node-time subprofile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-NODE-CONFIG/1:node-timer ]
ptse-holddown = 10
hello-holddown = 10
hello-interval = 15
hello-inactivity-factor = 5
hlink-inact = 120
ptse-refresh-interval = 1800
ptse-lifetime-factor = 200
rxmt-interval = 5
peer-delayed-ack-interval = 10
avcr-pm = 50
avcr-mt = 3
cdv-pm = 25ctd-pm = 50
ctd-pm = 50
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG N
notch-config
Description Parameter settings in this subprofile are used to configure the notch
filters on VDSL connections.
Usage The following listing illustrates the default settings of the subprofile.
[in AL-DMT/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:vdsl-config:spectrumconfig:notch-config]
nc-1810k = no
nc-3500k = no
nc-7000k = no
nc-10100k = no
notch-enable = [ no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no
no no no no no no+
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NP-PORT
Location
AL-DMT:VDSL-Config:Spectrum-Config:Notch-Config
NP-PORT
Description A profile that enables you to specify the NP-PORT parameters.
Usage Following is a listing of the NP-PORT profile with its default settings:
[in NP-PORT/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
port-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
requested-fixed-bandwidth = 1000
fixed-bandwidth-preference = discrete-fixed-rate
NP-PORT-STAT
Description A profile that lists the NP-PORT statistics.
Usage Following is a listing of the NP-PORT-STAT profile with its default settings:
[in NP-PORT-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }]
port-address* = { shelf-1 slot-1 0 }
allocated-fixed-bandwidth = 36805
bandwidth-allocation-status = bandwidth-serviced
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OAM-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure the number of trunk F5 OAM
connections to be supported a system with an IP2100 CM.
Usage Following is a listing of the oam-config profile with its default settings:
[in OAM-CONFIG]
number-of-oam-connections = 0
OC3-ATM
Description A profile that enables you to configure settings for the OC3-ATM
interface.
Usage Following is a listing of the oc3-atm profile with its default settings:
[in OC3-ATM/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }]
name = 1:17:1
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
enabled = no
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-mode = inactive
ignore-lineup = system-defined
aps-config-name = pg1
line-config = { 0 801 local-loopback sonet STS-3c no no no no vpi-0-255-vc+
OC3-ATM-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates ATM framer status and error counters
for an OC3-ATM interface.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of an oc3-atm-stat profile:
[in OC3-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
line-state = active
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-1023
vc-switching-vpi = "0 10 20 30 40 50"
vcc-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30+
aps-config-name = ""
aps-channel-status = unknown
aps-channel-sd-condition = False
aps-channel-sf-condition = False
aps-channel-low-direction = low-none
aps-channel-recv-sd-count = 0
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aps-channel-recv-sf-count = 0
aps-channel-recv-ais-count = 0
aps-channel-recv-rdi-count = 0
loss-of-signal = False
loss-of-frame = False
out-of-frame = False
section-state = sonet-section-active-no-defect
path-state = sonet-path-active-no-defect
ais-receive = False
yellow-receive = False
out-of-cell-delineation = False
loss-of-cell-delineation = False
aps-receive = False
rsop-bip-error-count = 0
rlop-bip-error-count = 0
rlop-febe-error-count = 0
rpop-bip-error-count = 0
rpop-febe-error-count = 0
racp-chcs-error-count = 0
racp-uchcs-error-count = 0
racp-rx-cell-count = 0
tacp-tx-cell-count = 0
frequency-justification-count = 3
HEC-cell-drop-counter = 0
FIFO-overflow-counter = 0
idle-cell-counter = 3778231663
valid-cell-counter = 280935
time-elapsed = 191
performance-monitoring = { 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 }
interval-performance-monitoring = [ { 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
olim-port-config
Description An olim-port-usage subprofile used to configure a Gigabit Ethernet
OLIM port to function as a link to a CR GE COP, as a cascade port, or as a trunk.
Usage Following is a sample listing of an olim-port-config subprofile with its
default settings:
[in OLIM-PORT-USAGE/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }:olim-port-config]
olim-port-config[1] = { cr 0 0 }
olim-port-config[2] = { cr 0 0 }
olim-port-config[3] = { cr 0 0 }
olim-port-config[4] = { cr 0 0 }
olim-port-config[5] = { cr 0 0 }
olim-port-config[6] = { cr 0 0 }
olim-port-config[7] = { cascade 0 0 }
olim-port-config[8] = { cascade 0 0 }
olim-port-config[9] = { trunk 0 0 }
olim-port-config[10] = { trunk 0 0 }
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OLIM-PORT-USAGE
OLIM-PORT-USAGE
Description A profile that allows the function of the Gigabit Ethernet OLIM ports to
be configured.
Usage Following is a sample listing of an olim-port-usage profile with its default
settings:
[in OLIM-PORT-USAGE/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }]
slot-address* = { shelf-1 slot-1 0 }
olim-port-config = [ { cr 0 0 } { cr 0 0 } { cr 0 0 } { cr 0 0 } { cr 0 0 } {+
ospf
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF) routing on an Ethernet interface.
Usage Following is a listing of an ospf subprofile with its default settings:
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:ospf (new)]
active = no
area = 0.0.0.0
area-type = normal
hello-interval = 10
dead-interval = 40
priority = 5
authen-type = simple
auth-key = ascend0
key-id = 0
cost = 1
down-cost = 16777215
ase-type = type-1
ase-tag = c0:00:00:00
transit-delay = 1
retransmit-interval = 5
non-multicast = no
network-type = Broadcast
poll-interval = 10
profile-type = lan
md5-auth-key = ascend0
OSPF-AREA-RANGE
Description A profile that enables you to define an area within an Open Shortest
Path First (OSPF) autonomous system.
Usage Following is a listing of an ospf-area-range profile with its default settings:
[in ospf-area-range/"" (new)]
name* = ""
area-id = 0.0.0.0
area-network-addr = 0.0.0.0/0
area-network-mask = 0.0.0.0
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ospf-global
advertize = no
ospf-global
Description A subprofile that enables you to define global Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF) behavior.
Usage Following is a listing of an ospf-global subprofile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:ospf-global (new)]
enable = no
as-boundary-router = yes
ospf-set-trap = 00:00:00:00
ospf-max-lsa = 0
OSPF-NBMA-NEIGHBOR
Description A profile that enables you to configure an Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF) router for operation on a nonbroadcast multiaccess (NBMA) network.
Usage Following is a listing of an ospf-nbma-neighbor profile with its default
settings:
[in ospf-nbma-neighbor/"" (new)]
name* = ""
host-name = ""
ip-address = 0.0.0.0
dr-capable = no
ospf-options
Description A subprofile that contains settings for Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
routing.
Usage Following is a listing of an ospf-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":ip-options:ospf-options (new)]
active = no
area = 0.0.0.0
area-type = normal
hello-interval = 30
dead-interval = 120
priority = 5
authen-type = simple
auth-key = ascend0
key-id = 0
cost = 10
down-cost = 1000
ase-type = type-1
ase-tag = c0:00:00:00
transit-delay = 1
retransmit-interval = 5
non-multicast = no
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OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK
network-type = Point-to-Point
poll-interval = 10
md5-auth-key = ascend0
OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK
Description A profile that includes settings for creating Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF) virtual connections .
Usage Following is a listing of an ospf-virtual-link profile with its default settings:
[in OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK/0.0.0.0 (new)]
neighbor-router-id* = 0.0.0.0
transit-area-id = 0.0.0.0
rexmit-delay = 5
xmit-delay = 1
hello-interval = 30
dead-interval = 120
authen-type = simple
authen-key = ascend0
key-id = 0
md5-authen-key = ascend0
outgoing-queue[n]
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) for an outgoing queue. Each configured queue must be associated with
an outgoing port that is either a control module slot or a trunk port. Each outgoing
port can have multiple outgoing queues.
Usage Following is a listing of the outgoting-queue subprofile with its default
settings:
[in SWITCH-CONFIG/tram-18:atm-parameters:outgoing-queue[1]]
active = yes
name = 1:18:1
physical-address = { shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }
cbr = yes
real-time-vbr = no
non-real-time-vbr = no
ubr = no
high-priority-weight = 5
low-priority-weight = 0
source-port = { shelf-1 trunk-module-2 2 }
hop-level = any-level
outgoing-shaper[n]
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the shapers available for the
entire system. A trunk port might use zero, one, or more shaper(s) to shape outgoing
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) traffic with certain virtual path identifiers
(VPIs).
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output-filters[n]
Usage Following is a listing of the outgoing-shaper subprofile with its default
settings:
[in SWITCH-CONFIG:atm-parameters:outgoing-shaper[1] (new)]
queue-index = 0
vpi = 1
bandwidth = 8000
output-filters[n]
Description A subprofile that defines an output-filter specification. The filter
specifications are applied in order (1 through 12) to the inbound packet stream. The
order in which the output filters are defined is significant.
Usage To define an output filter specification, list the parameters of the subprofile as
follows, and set the appropriate values:
[in FILTER/"":output-filters[1]]
valid-entry = no
forward = no
Type = generic-filter
gen-filter = { 0 0 no no 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00+
ip-filter = { 0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 none 0 none 0 no }
route-filter = { 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 none }
tos-filter = { 0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 none 0 none 0 000 no+
ethernet-filter = { 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00:00:00:00:00 00:00 }
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packet-classifier
Description Specifies a classification rule.
Usage Following is a listing of the packet-classifier profile shown with default
settings:
[in PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[1]:packet-classifier (new)]
interface-group = 0
source-ip-address = 0.0.0.0/0
source-ip-netmask = 0.0.0.0
destination-ip-address = 0.0.0.0/0
destination-ip-netmask = 0.0.0.0
ip-protocol = 0
ip-tos = 0
source-port-comparison = none
source-port = 0
destination-port-comparison = none
destination-port = 0
packet-flows
Description The packet-flows profile defines classifications by input interface,
packet content, or both, and assigns corresponding scheduling priorities.
Usage Following is a listing of the packet-flows profile shown with default settings:
[in PACKET-FLOWS/"" (new)]
name* = ""
marking-type = none
flow = [ { { 0 0 00:00 } { 0 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 0 0 none 0 none 0 } { 0 } } +
global-packet-marking = [ { 0 0 0 } { 1 0 0 } { 2 0 0 } { 3 0 0 } { 4 0 0 } {+
exception-packet-marking = { 8 0 0 }
password-profile
Description A subprofile of external-auth containing settings for calling line ID
(CLID) and Dialed Number Information Service (DNIS) passwords set in a RADIUS
profile.
Usage Following is a listing of a password-profile subprofile with its default
settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:password-profile]
clid = ""
dnis = ""
banner = ******
init-banner = ******
pool = ******
frdl = ******
dialout = ******
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dialout-routes = ******
pppoe-servers = ******
performance-monitoring
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates cumulative synchronous optical
network (SONET) performance counters, which are reset at the end of every
15-minute interval.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the performance-monitoring subprofile
with its default settings:
[in OC3-ATM-STAT/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }:performance-monitoring]
sonet-section-errored-seconds=0
sonet-section-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-section-severely-errored-framing-seconds=0
sonet-section-coding-violations=0
sonet-line-errored-seconds=0
sonet-line-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-line-coding-violations=0
sonet-line-unavailable-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-line-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-line-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-line-coding-violations=0
sonet-far-end-line-unavailable-seconds=0
sonet-path-errored-seconds=0
sonet-path-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-path-coding-violations=0
sonet-path-unavailable-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-path-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-path-severely-errored-seconds=0
sonet-far-end-path-coding-violations=0
sonet-far-end-path-unavailable-seconds=0
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permit-list
permit-list
Description Configure up to 20 entries in the tacl profile, each of which specifies a
source IP address that is explicitly allowed telnet access to the system.
Usage Following is a listing of the permit-list profile shown with default settings:
[in TACL:permit-list (new)]
permit-list[1] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[2] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[3] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[4] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[5] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[6] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[7] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[8] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[9] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[10] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[11] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[12] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[13] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[14] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[15] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[16] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[17] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[18] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[19] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[20] = { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 }
permit-list[n]
Description Specify a source IP address that is explicitly allowed telnet access to
the system.
Usage
[in TACL:permit-list[n] (new)]
valid-entry = no
source-address = 0.0.0.0/0
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
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physical-statistic
Description A read-only subprofile of the al-dmt-stat, hdsl2-stat,and sdsl-stat
profiles that reports statistics about xDSL performance.
Usage A read-only profile. Following is a sample listing of the each of the different
physical-statistics subprofiles for the asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL),
HDSL2, and SDSL line interface modules (LIMs):
[in AL-DMT-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-11 21 }:physical-statistic]
line-up-timer = { 0 1 4 }
rx-signal-present = yes
up-dwn-cntr = 1
self-test = passed
noise-margin-down = 112
attenuation-down = 1
output-power-down = 7
noise-margin-up = 9
attenuation-up = 1
output-power-up = 11
near-end-fec = 0
near-end-crc = 1
near-end-hec = 0
far-end-fec = 0
far-end-crc = 0
far-end-hec = 0
received-rs-blocks = 15887016
transmitted-rs-blocks = 15887016
incoming-cells = 5097739
outgoing-cells = 13989942
[in HDSL2-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-3 21 }:physical-statistic]
line-up-timer = { 0 1 11 }
rx-signal-present = yes
line-quality = 41
up-dwn-cntr = 1
self-test = passed
transmit-power = 10
framer-sync-status = in-sync
code-violations = 0
errored-second = 0
severely-errored-second = 0
losw-second = 1
unavailable-second = 0
loop-attenuation = 107
snr-margin = 42
stur-loop-attenuation = 0
stur-snr = 40
[in IDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-14 1 }:physical-statistic]
line-up-timer = { 0 0 6 }
up-dwn-cntr = 107
error-count = [ 0 0 0 ]
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physical-statistic
[in SDSL-STAT { shelf-1 slot-1 0 }:physical-statistic]
line-up-timer={ 1 13 55 }
rx-signal-present=yes
line-quality=15
up-dwn-cntr=0
self-test=passed
far-end-db-attenuation=4
firmware-startup-stage=normal-operation
bert-timer=2 minutes
bert-enable=no
bert-operation-state=stopped
bert-error-counter=0
[in SHDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-3 21 }:physical-statistic]
line-up-timer = { 0 1 11 }
rx-signal-present = yes
line-quality = 41
up-dwn-cntr = 1
self-test = passed
transmit-power = 10
framer-sync-status = in-sync
code-violations = 0
errored-second = 0
severely-errored-second = 0
losw-second = 1
unavailable-second = 0
loop-attenuation = 107
snr-margin = 42
stur-loop-attenuation = 0
stur-snr = 40
See Also physical-status
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physical-status
Description A read-only subprofile of the al-dmt-stat, hdsl2-stat,and sdsl-stat
profiles that reports the status of XDSL interfaces.
Usage A read-only profile. Following is a sample listing of the each of the different
physical-status subprofiles for the asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL),
HDSL2, and SDSL line interface modules (LIMs):
[in AL-DMT-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-11 21 }:physical-status]
if-group-index = 367
unit-type = coe
dev-line-state = port-up
up-stream-rate-fast = 800000
down-stream-rate-fast = 7744000
up-stream-rate-interleaved = 0
down-stream-rate-interleaved = 0
up-stream-latency = fast
down-stream-latency = fast
firmware-ver = O69.5
ansi-adsl-ver = 2
initial-adsl-ver = 1
hardware-ver = 5
modem-hw-state = init-ok
accum-bit-err = 0
num-sec-valid = 3886
num-sec-invalid = 0
operational-mode = ansi-alcatel-1-4-1
last-state-change = { { 15 34 42 } { Wednesday April 2004 14 } }
[in HDSL2-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-3 21 }:physical-status]
if-group-index = 143
unit-type = coe
interface-type = hdsl2
dev-line-state = port-up
operational-rate = 1544000
firmware-ver = "B64 "
hardware-ver = 0
network-type = annex-b-anfp
last-state-change = { { 15 34 42 } { Wednesday April 2004 14 } }
[in IDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-14 1 }:physical-status]
if-group-index = 444
last-state-change = { { 15 34 42 } { Wednesday April 2004 14 } }
[in SDSL-STAT { shelf-1 slot-1 0 }:physical-status ]
if-group-index=0
unit-type=coe
dev-line-state=port-up
up-stream-rate=784000
down-stream-rate=784000
major-firmware-ver=13
minor-firmware-ver=2
hardware-ver=2
last-state-change = { { 15 34 42 } { Wednesday April 2004 14 } }
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pim-group-rp-mapping
[in SHDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-2 10 }:physical-status]
if-group-index = 226
unit-type = coe
interface-type = g-shdsl
dev-line-state = startup-handshake
operational-rate = 0
firmware-ver = "R2.0 "
hardware-ver = 0
network-type = annex-a
last-state-change = { { 15 34 42 } { Wednesday April 2004 14 } }
See Also physical-statistic
pim-group-rp-mapping
Description A profile to configure associations between groups and rendezvous
points (RPs). These static mappings provide a basic interoperability mechanism if the
automatic methods of obtaining mappings should fail.
Each pim-group-rp-mapping profile specifies a mapping between an RP (specified as
a reachable IP address) and a range of multicast groups (specified as a group and
mask). The system uses these mappings to determine an RP for a given group.
Usage Following are the parameters, shown with their default settings, for
configuring a static group-to-RP mapping:
[in PIM-GROUP-RP-MAPPING/””]
name* = ““
rp-address = 0.0.0.0
group-address = 0.0.0.0/0
group-mask = 0.0.0.0
pim-options
Description Subprofiles for enabling Protocol Independent Multicast sparse mode
(PIM-SM) on a Stinger unit.
Usage Following are sample listings of pim-options profiles:
[in IP-GLOBAL:pim-options]
enable = no
cbsr-enable = no
cbsr-ip-address = 0.0.0.0
cbsr-priority = 0
cbsr-interval = 60
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:pim-options]
enable = no
hello-interval = 30
hello-hold-time = 105
hello-priority-option = yes
hello-priority = 1
join-prune-interval = 60
join-prune-hold-time = 210
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lan-delay-option = yes
lan-delay = 5000
override-interval = 2500
PNNI-IF-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure a Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI).
Usage Following is a sample listing of the pnni-if-config profile:
[in PNNI-IF-CONFIG/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } (new)]
address* = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
if-node-index = 1
if-aggr-token = 0
if-vp-capability = true
if-adm-weight-cbr = 5040
if-adm-weight-rt-vbr = 5040
if-adm-weight-nrt-vbr = 5040
if-adm-weight-abr = 5040
if-adm-weight-ubr = 5040
if-rcc-service-category = nrt-vbr
if-rcc-qos-name = default-ctl
external-change = no
PNNI-METRICS
Description A profile that enables you to configure the attachment of settings for
routing metrics and attributes for Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI)
nodes, links, and reachable addresses.
Usage Following is a sample listing of a pnni-metrics profile:
[in PNNI-METRICS/{ 1 0 incoming 0 }]
metrics-index* = { 1 0 incoming 0 }
metrics-classes = 0
metrics-gcac-clp = clpequal0or1
metrics-admin-weight = 5040
metrics1 = 4294967295
metrics2 = 4294967295
metrics3 = 4294967295
metrics4 = 4294967295
metrics5 = 4294967295
metrics6 = 4294967295
metrics7 = 4294967295
metrics8 = 4294967295
external-change = no
active = no
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PNNI-NODE-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure settings that affect Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node operations.
Usage Following is a listing of the pnni-node-config profile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-NODE-CONFIG/1]
node-index* = 1
node-level = 96
node-id =00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00+
curr-node-id =
48:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:d0:6a:96:00:ff:d0:6a:+
node-lowest = true
node-admin-status = up
node-domain-name = ""
node-atm-address =
39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:d0:6a:96:00:ff:d0:6a:96+
node-peer-group-id = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
curr-node-peer-group-id = 48:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:00:00:00:00
node-restricted-transit = false
node-complex-rep = false
node-pgl = { 0 0 15 30 15 }
node-timer = { 10 10 15 5 120 1800 200 5 10 50 3 25 50 }
node-svcc-rcc = { 4 30 35 50 0 }
node-scope-mapping = { 96 96 35 80 80 72 72 64 64 64 48 48 32 0 0 }
See Also node-pgl, node-scope-mapping, node-svcc-rcc, node-timer
pnni-node-prefix
Description A subprofile that contains the system or manually generated value
used as the prefix for the default node Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) address.
Usage Following is a listing of a pnni-node-prefix subprofile with its default
settings:
[in ATM-PREFIX/default:pnni-node-prefix]
length = 13
address = 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:00:00:00:00
See Also spvc-addr-prefix, svc-addr-prefix
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PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
Description A profile that enables you to configure Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) reachable addresses. A reachable address is an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) address that can be reached either directly through one of the unit’s
interfaces or through an advertising node that the unit can reach. You can configure
a static route to a reachable address prefix, which enables the unit to reach all ATM
addresses for end systems and other nodes whose ATM addresses match the prefix.
Usage Following is a listing of the pnni-route-addr profile with its default settings:
[in PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR/"" (new)]
name* = ""
addr-index = { 0 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:0+
if-index = 0
adv-node-id = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
adv-port-id = 0
type = exterior
proto = other
pnni-scope = 0
vp-capability = false
metrics-tag = 0
ptse-id-ptse-id = 0
originate-advert = true
info = ""
oper-status = inactive
time-stamp = 0
external-change = no
active = no
See Also addr-index
PNNI-ROUTE-TNS
Description A profile that enables you to configure a static route to a Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) transit network. A transit network lies between
the networks of the two end points of a connection. A connection’s data transits the
network, but does not originate or stop there.
Usage Following is a listing of the pnni-route-tns profile which includes a listing of
its associated subprofile.
[in PNNI-ROUTE-TNS/{ 0 other other 00:00:00:00 0 } ]
tns-index* = { 0 other other 00:00:00:00 0 }
tns-if-index = 0
tns-advertising-node-id = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:0+
tns-advertised-port-id = 0
tns-route-type = exterior
tns-pnni-scope = 0
tns-vp-capability = no
tns-metrics-tag = 0
tns-originate-advertisement = yes
active = no
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PNNI-SUMMARY-ADDR
Description A profile that explicitly configures summary addresses.
Usage Following is a listing of the pnni-summary-addr profile with its default
settings:
[in PNNI-SUMMARY-ADDR/""]
index-name* = ""
addr-index = { 1 internal-summary 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00+
suppress = false
state = inactive
active = no
See Also addr-index
port-redirect-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to redirect certain packet types to a
specified server. For example, you can redirect Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
traffic to a Web cache server on a local network. You can use the port redirection
capability to redirect any TCP or UDP packet on the basis of its protocol and port
information.
Usage Following is a listing of the port-redirect-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":port-redirect-options]
protocol = none
port-number = 0
redirect-address = 0.0.0.0
ppp-answer
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure default settings for incoming
PPP session requests. You set values in this subprofile to specify general values to be
used as defaults for incoming PPP session requests that do not specify a different
value in the caller’s profile.
Usage Following is a listing of the ppp-answer subprofile with its default settings:
[in ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ppp-answer]
enabled = yes
receive-auth-mode = no-ppp-auth
bi-directional-auth = none
substitute-send-name = ""
disconnect-on-auth-timeout = yes
bridging-group = 0
link-compression = none
mru = 1524
lqm = no
lqm-minimum-period = 600
lqm-maximum-period = 600
use-magic-number = no
mtu = 1524
max-pap-auth-retry = 0
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pppoa-options
pppoa-options
Description A subprofile of the connection profile that enables a router module to
process PPP over Asynchronous Transfer Mode (PPPoA) packets.
Usage Following is a listing of the CONNECTION/"":pppoa-options subprofile with its
default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":pppoa-options]
pppoa = yes
pppoe-options
Description A subprofile of the connection and the ethernet profiles that enables a
router module to process PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) packets, as defined in RFC 2516
Usage Following are listings of both versions of the subprofile:
Following is a listing of the CONNECTION/"":pppoe-options subprofile with its
default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":pppoe-options]
pppoe = no
bridge-non-pppoe = no
server-profile = ""
Following is a listing of the ETHERNET/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:pppoe-options
subprofile with its default settings:
[in ETHERNET/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:pppoe-options]
pppoe = no
bridge-non-pppoe = no
pppoe-server
Description A profile to configure a list of PPPoE service names and apply the list to
PPPoE subscriber profiles.
Usage Following is a listing of the pppoe-server profile with its default settings:
[in PPPOE-SERVER/default (new)]
name* = default
empty-service-name-action = accept
service-name-list = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ]
list-service-name-action = ignore
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pppoe-snooping
Description The pppoe-snooping subprofile configures the system to snoop
incoming PPPoE Discover packets (Ether Type 0x8863) on connections and adds
vendor-specific information before bridging packets to an upstream interface.
Usage Following is a listing of the pppoe-snooping profile with its default settings:
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:pppoe-snooping (new)]
enable = no
circuit-id = { no 0.0.0.0 "" 1 no }
remote-id = { no 0.0.0.0 "" 1 no }
ppp-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the Stinger unit to establish
a connection that uses Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) authentication.
Usage Following is a listing of the ppp-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":ppp-options]
send-auth-mode = no-ppp-auth
ppp-circuit = none
ppp-circuit-name = ""
bi-directional-auth = none
send-password = ""
substitute-send-name = ""
recv-password = ""
substitute-recv-name = ""
link-compression = stac
mru = 1524
lqm = no
lqm-minimum-period = 600
lqm-maximum-period = 600
split-code-dot-user-enabled = no
mtu = 1524
preferred-source
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the address of a device
within the system. Calls that originate at the preferred source may be routed to the
indexed destination.
Usage Following is a listing of the preferred-source subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CALL-ROUTE/{ { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 } 0 }:preferred-source]
physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
logical-item = 0
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PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE
PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE
Description A profile that enables you to configure a private routing table. Specific
connection or radius profiles can refer to a private routing table by name to have
access to its routes.
Usage Following is a listing of the private-route-table profile with its default
setting:
[in PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE/""]
name* = ""
route-description-list = [ { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 } { no 0.+
psd-frequency-level
Description A subprofile of the clt-result profile that contains the results of the
PSD test for the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the subprofile:
[in CLT-RESULT:psd-frequency-level[1] (new)]
frequency = 0
level = 0
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Q
q2931-options
Description A subprofile of atm-if-sig-parms containing Q.2931 parameters
specifying the timers and retry values associated with the functionality of the Q.2931 signaling
layer.
Usage Following is a listing of a q2931-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in ATM-IF-SIG-PARAMS/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:q2931-options (new)]
ax-restart = 2
ax-statenq = 1
301-ms = 180000
303-ms = 4000
306-ms = 30000
308-ms = 30000
309-ms = 10000
310-ms = 10000
313-ms = 30000
316-ms = 120000
317-ms = 60000
322-ms = 4000
331-ms = 60000
333-ms = 10000
397-ms = 180000
398-ms = 4000
399-ms = 14000
aal-retry-ms = 10000
303-num-reties = 1
308-num-retries = 1
316-num-retries = 1
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qsaal-options
Description A subprofile of atm-if-sig-parms that contains the Q.SAAL parameters
that specify the timers and retry values associated with the functionality of the
Q.SAAL layer.
Usage Following is a listing of the qsaal-options subprofile with its default values:
[in ATM-IF-SIG-PARAMS/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:qsaal-options (new)]
window-size = 50
max-cc = 4
max-pd = 25
max-stat = 67
tcc-ms = 1000
tpoll-ms = 0
tkeepalive-ms = 0
tnoresponse-ms = 0
tidle-ms = 15000
poll-after-retransmission = no
repeat-ustat = no
ustat-rsp-to-poll = no
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R
rad-acct-client
Description A subprofile that defines how the Stinger unit interacts as a client to
RADIUS accounting servers.
Usage Following is a listing of the rad-acct-client subprofile with its default
settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client]
acct-server-1 = 0.0.0.0
acct-server-2 = 0.0.0.0
acct-server-3 = 0.0.0.0
acct-src-ipaddr = { system-default { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } }
acct-port = 0
acct-src-port = 0
acct-key = ""
acct-timeout = 1
acct-sess-interval = 0
acct-id-base = acct-base-10
acct-reset-time = 0
acct-checkpoint = 0
acct-checkpoint-timer = all-sessions
acct-stop-only = yes
acct-limit-retry = 0
acct-drop-stop-on-auth-fail = no
acct-radius-compat = old-ascend
tunnel-accounting = no
acct-call-type = all
See Also rad-auth-client, rad-auth-server, tac-auth-client, tacplus-auth-
client
rad-auth-client
Description A subprofile that defines how the Stinger unit interacts as a client to
RADIUS authentication servers.
Usage Following is a listing of the rad-auth-client subprofile with its default
settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-server-1 = 0.0.0.0
auth-server-2 = 0.0.0.0
auth-server-3 = 0.0.0.0
auth-src-ipaddr = { system-default { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } }
auth-port = 0
auth-src-port = 0
auth-key = ""
auth-pool = no
auth-timeout = 1
auth-rsp-required = no
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auth-id-fail-return-busy = n
auth-id-timeout-return-busy
auth-sess-interval = 0
auth-TS-secure = yes
auth-Send67 = yes
auth-frm-adr-start = no
auth-boot-host = 0.0.0.0
auth-boot-host-2 = 0.0.0.0
auth-boot-port = 0
auth-reset-time = 0
auth-id-max-retry-time = 0
auth-radius-compat = old-ascend
auth-keep-user-name = change-name
auth-realm-delimiters = /\@%
id-auth-prefix = ""
allow-auth-config-rqsts = yes
auth-req-delim-count = 0
auth-req-strip-side = none
id-auth-prefix-x25 = ""
allow-unencrypted-tunnel-password = no
rad-auth-server
Description A subprofile that defines how Remote Authentication Dial-In User
Service (RADIUS) clients interact with the Stinger unit. With the appropriate
software, clients can issue RADIUS commands for session termination and filter
changes.
Usage Following is a listing of a rad-auth-server subprofile with its default settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server (new)]
auth-port = 0
auth-session-key = no
auth-attribute-type = rad-serv-attr-any
auth-client = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 +
auth-netmask = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 +
auth-key = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ]
auth-radius-compat = old-ascend
See Also rad-acct-client, rad-auth-client, tac-auth-client,
tacplus-auth-client
REDUNDANCY
Description A profile that enables you to configure redundant control modules.
Usage Following is a listing of the redundancy profile with its default settings:
[in REDUNDANCY (new)]
context = [ { } { } ]
primary-preference = no-preference
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REDUNDANCY-STATS
REDUNDANCY-STATS
Description A profile that contains the control module redundancy context
statistics.
Usage Following is a listing of the read-only redundancy-stats profile:
[in REDUNDANCY-STATS]
context-stats = [ { monitoring secondary defer-to-running-primary primary +
relay-agent-information
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure DHCP option 82, the relay
agent information option, by associating a unique identifier with a broadband device
such as a DSL CPE or Integrated Access Device (IAD).
Usage Following is a listing of the relay-agent-information subprofile with its
default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information]
circuit-id = { no 0.0.0.0 }
remote-id = { no 0.0.0.0 }
remote-id
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure settings for the remote
identifier suboption of DHCP option 82.
Usage Following is a listing of the remote-id subprofile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:remote-id]
enable = no
if-ip = 0.0.0.0
dhcp-allow-any-src-port = no
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:dhcp-snooping:remote-id (new)]
enable = no
if-ip = 0.0.0.0
vendor-option-string = ""
version = 1
dhcp-allow-any-src-port = no
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:pppoe-snooping:remote-id (new)]
enable = no
if-ip = 0.0.0.0
vendor-option-string = ""
version = 1
dhcp-allow-any-src-port = no
remote-shelf-config
Description A subprofile for enabling and configuring each remote shelf in service
on the host system.
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remote-shelf-stat
Usage Following is a listing of the remote-shelf-config profile shown with default
values for the remote shelf with shelf-ID 3:
[in REMOTE-SHELF-CONFIG/shelf-3]
remote-shelf-id* = shelf-3
host-port = { { shelf-1 any-slot 0 } 0 }
enabled = no
name = ""
location = ""
nailed-group-bin = 0
remote-shelf-type = stngr-cr-3
validation-config = { system-defined 0 }
Dependencies The remote-shelf-config profile can only be created if shelfcontroller-type is set to master.
See Also shelf-controller-type
remote-shelf-stat
Description The remote-shelf-stat resides on the host for monitoring remote
shelves. This profile is read-only and can not be deleted by a user.
Usage Following are the read-only fields in a profile for shelf 3:
[in REMOTE-SHELF-STAT/shelf-3]
remote-shelf-id* = shelf-3
host-port = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
host-port-2 = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
remote-shelf-oper-state = remote-shelf-oper-state-up
name = MyShelfName
location = MyShelfLocation
internal-fan-unit-failed = no
external-fan-unit-failed = no
door-open = no
over-temperature = no
contact-closure = [ no no no no no no no ]
topology = { remote-shelf-cascade-port-none any-shelf any-shelf }
validation-status = { no 0 0 }
nailed-group-bin = 0
rlogin-options
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER:terminal-mode-configuration
route-description-list[n]
Description A subprofile that defines a route to be included in the private routing
table. Specific connection or RADIUS profiles can refer to a private routing table by
name to have access to its routes.
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route-filter
Usage Set values in this subprofile to configure one of up to 24 routes. Following is
a listing of a route-description-list subprofile with its default settings:
[in PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE/"":route-description-list[1]]
enabled = no
dest-address = 0.0.0.0/0
netmask = 0.0.0.0
gateway-address = 0.0.0.0
metric = 0
route-filter
Description An input-filter or output-filter subprofile for defining a packet
filter to be applied to RIP updates.
Usage Set values in this subprofile to configure one of up to 12 input or output
route filters. Following are sample route-filter listings:
[in FILTER/"":input-filters[1]:route-filter]
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
route-mask = 0.0.0.0
route-address = 0.0.0.0
add-metric = 0
action = none
[in FILTER/"":output-filters[1]:route-filter]
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
route-mask = 0.0.0.0
route-address = 0.0.0.0
add-metric = 0
action = none
rxlink-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the receiving link in an
inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) connection.
Usage Following is a listing of an rxlink-config subprofile.
[in DS1-ATM/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:line-config:ima-option-config:
rxlink-config]
add-link-cond-time = 3
link-recovery-type = fast
rec-link-cond-time = 10
rx-lid-learning-time = 100
fault-clearing-type = auto
fault-clearing-time = 10
in-defect-int-time = 2500
out-defect-int-time = 10000
defect-ratio = 10
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scheduling
Description Specifies a scheduling priority.
Usage Following are the default listings of the scheduling profiles:
[in PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[1]:scheduling (new)]
queue-priority = 0
yellow-queue-priority = -1
red-queue-priority = -1
committed-information-rate = 0
committed-burst-size = 0
excess-burst-size = 0
[in IP-INTERFACE/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:scheduling (new)]
priority = 0
bandwidth = 0
[in VLAN-ETHERNET/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }:scheduling (new)]
priority = 0
bandwidth = 0
SDSL
Description A profile containing configuration settings for an SDSL line interface
module (LIM).
Usage Following is a listing of the sdsl profile with its default settings:
[in SDSL/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }]
name=""
physical-address*={ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }
enabled=no
sparing-mode = inactive
line-config={ 0 0 static { any-shelf any-slot 0 } }
SDSL-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the status of the SDSL line.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the sdsl-stat profile:
[in SDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-13 20 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-13 20 }
line-state = disabled
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
vp-switching-vpi = 15
error-count = 0
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security-properties
physical-status = { 0 coe out-of-service 0 0 0 0 0 }
physical-statistic = { { 0 0 0 } no 0 0 passed 0 idle 0 }
security-properties
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the security model and
name for a view-based access control model (VACM).
Usage Following is a listing of the security-properties subprofile with its default
settings:
[in VACM-SECURITY-GROUP/{ v1 "" }:security-properties (new)]
security-model = v1
security-name = ""
SELT-DELT-PARAMS
Description A profile that specifies the TFTP server parameters and the filename
used to save single ended loop test (SELT) and dual ended loop test (DELT) results.
Usage Following is a listing of the selt-delt-params profile with its default settings:
[in SELT-DELT-PARAMS]
ip-tftp = 192.168.1.1
port-tftp = 69
results-filename = SeltDelt.dat
timeout-tftp = 300
SERIAL
Description A profile that specifies physical interface settings for a system serial
interface.
Usage Following is a listing of the serial profile with its default settings:
[in SERIAL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
term-rate = 9600-bps
flow-control = none
user-profile = admin
auto-logout = no
console-mode = on
service-name-list
Description A list of up to 16 PPPoE service names.
Usage Following is a listing of the service-name-list profile shown with default
settings:
[in PPPOE-SERVER/default:service-name-list (new)]
service-name-list[1] = ""
service-name-list[2] = ""
service-name-list[3] = ""
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service-options
service-name-list[4] = ""
service-name-list[5] = ""
service-name-list[6] = ""
service-name-list[7] = ""
service-name-list[8] = ""
service-name-list[9] = ""
service-name-list[10] = ""
service-name-list[11] = ""
service-name-list[12] = ""
service-name-list[13] = ""
service-name-list[14] = ""
service-name-list[15] = ""
service-name-list[16] = ""
service-options
Description A flow-list subprofile for defining service-specific parameters
applicable to the layer 2 traffic flow.
Usage Following is a listing of the service-options profile shown with default
settings:
[in FLOW-SERVICES/"":flow-list[1]:service-options (new)]
vlan-id = 0
session-info
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure settings for established
sessions. Set values in this subprofile to affect default time-outs, or to set default
filters for RADIUS-authenticated profiles.
Usage Following is a listing of the session-info subprofile with its default settings:
[in ANSWER-DEFAULTS:session-info]
call-filter = ""
data-filter = ""
filter-persistence = no
filter-required = no
idle-timer = 120
ts-idle-mode = no-idle
ts-idle-timer = 120
max-call-duration = 0
Dependencies If the same value is set in a connection profile, the connection-
specific setting is used.
session-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure settings for an established
session.
Usage Following is a listing of the session-options subprofile with its default
settings:
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SHDSL
[in CONNECTION/"":session-options]
call-filter = ""
data-filter = ""
filter-persistence = no
filter-required = no
flow-services = ""
idle-timer = 120
ts-idle-mode = no-idle
ts-idle-timer = 120
backup = ""
max-call-duration = 0
ses-rate-type = disabled
ses-rate-mode = autobaud
ses-sdsl-rate = 784000
ses-adsl-dmt-up-rate = 928000
ses-adsl-dmt-down-rate = 8000000
traffic-shaper = 16
SHDSL
Description A profile that enables you to configure settings for SHDSL and SHDSL
IMA capable LIMs.
Usage Following is a listing of the shdsl profile with its default settings:
[in SHDSL/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 } (new)]
name = ""
physical-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
enabled = no
sparing-mode = inactive
ignore-lineup = system-defined
line-config = { 0 1 15 static { any-shelf any-slot 0 } coe no not-eligible +
SHDSL-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the status of each SHDSL interface.
The Stinger unit creates an shdsl-stat profile for each SHDSL interface in the
system.
Usage Following is a listing of the shdsl profile with sample settings for an active
line:
[in SHDSL-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-2 10 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-2 10 }
line-state = active
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
vp-switching-vpi = 15
physical-status = { 0 cpe port-up 1544000 A100 1 }
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slip-mode-configuration
physical-statistic = { { 0 0 3 } yes 36 3 passed 10 0 in-sync 0 0 0 0 0 no+
line-mode = uni
ima-link-status = { active active active active+
ima-link-statistic = { 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1+
slip-mode-configuration
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
SLOT-ADMIN
Description A profile that enables you to specify the operational state of the module
in a particular slot.
Usage Following is a listing of the slot-admin profile with its default settings:
[in SLOT-ADMIN/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }]
slot-address* = { shelf-1 slot-1 0 }
reqd-state = reqd-state-up
SLOT-INFO
Description A read-only profile that displays the software version, serial number,
and other system information about the Stinger unit.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the slot-info profile. Use the Get
command to display the listing.
[in SLOT-INFO]
slot-address={ shelf-1 slot-7 0 }
serial-number=77777777
software-version=1
software-revision=2
software-level=E
software-release=""
hardware-level=0
SLOT-STATE
Description A read-only profile that indicates the current state of a slot module.
The slot-state profile does not reside in nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM), so it does not
persist across system resets or power cycles. Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) managers can read the slot-state profile.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the slot-state profile:
[in SLOT-STATE/{ shelf-1 slot-2 0 }]
slot-address*={ shelf-1 slot-2 0 }
current-state=oper-state-none
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SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure additional per-slot static
parameters. There is one slot-static-config profile available for each line interface
module (LIM) and control module slot. This profile can not be deleted by a user.
Usage Following is a listing of the slot-static-config profile with its default
settings:
[in SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG/{ shelf-1 slot-1 0 }]
name = 1:1
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-1 0 }
atm-parameters = { low-priority }
interface-type = default
use-vp-switching-workaround = no
need-max-vpswitching-vpis = no
adsl-card-annex-type = annex-c
prof-update = yes
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-15-vci-32-127
allow-max-up-stream-bandwidth = 70000
allow-guaranteed-up-stream-bandwidth = 42500
port-cac-enable = no
port-over-subscription = 10
slot-cac-enable = yes
slot-over-subscription = 10
lim-vc-f4oam-support = yes
self-test = enable
vp-switching-required = yes
num-of-vci = two-k
ffw-scheduling-priority = scheduler-priority-0
power-rear-slot = yes
golim-mode = hosted
SLOT-TYPE
Description A read-only profile that stores information about the type of slot card
installed in each shelf/slot location. The slot-type profile resides in nonvolatile RAM
(NVRAM) and persists over system resets.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the slot-type profile.
[in SLOT-TYPE/{ shelf-1 slot-8 0 }]
slot-address*={ shelf-1 slot-8 0 }
slot-type=sdsl-card
slot-vpi-vci-range
Description Deprecated and not used.
Location
ATM-CONFIG
See Also SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
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SLOT-VR-CONFIG
SLOT-VR-CONFIG
Description A profile used to specify the address pool used to assign IP addresses for
incoming PPP calls. The parameter values in this profile are used only if the poolselection parameter in the ip-global or vrouter profile is set to slot-based.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the slot-vr-config profile.
[in SLOT-VR-CONFIG/{ { shelf-1 slot-1 0 } "" }]
index* = { { shelf-1 slot-1 0 } "" }
address-pool = 0
SNMP
Description A profile configures settings that determine Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) security, specify a contact and location, and control
which hosts can access the Stinger unit by means of the SNMP manager utilities.
Usage Following is a listing of the snmp profile with its default settings:
[in SNMP (new)]
enabled = yes
read-community = *******
read-write-enabled = yes
read-write-community = ********
enforce-address-security = no
read-access-hosts = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0 +
write-access-hosts = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 +
contact = ""
location = ""
queue-depth = 0
csm-modem-diag = no
engine-id = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
engine-boots = 0
snmp-message-type = v1-and-v3
security-level = none
enable-vacm = no
notification-log-age-out = 1440
bit-strings-allowed = yes
SNMP-MANAGER
Description A profile that enables you to configure the security hosts of the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) manager.
Usage Following is a listing of the snmp-manager profile with its default settings:
[in SNMP-MANAGER/"" (new)]
name* = ""
active = no
write-access = no
snmp-message-type = v1-and-v3
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SNMPV3-NOTIFICATION
SNMPV3-NOTIFICATION
Description A profile that, in conjunction with the snmpv3-target-params profile,
configures the Stinger unit to perform the following tasks:
Send SNMPv1 traps (Trap PDUs) or SNMPv2 Traps (Trap2 PDUs).
Send traps to a specified IP address and port.
Send Trap2 PDUs with different levels of security.
Send Trap2 PDUs with different user names.
Usage Following is a listing of the snmpv3-notification profile with its default
settings:
[in SNMPV3-NOTIFICATION/default]
name* = default
active-enabled = yes
tag = default
type = trap
See Also SNMPV3-TARGET-PARAM
SNMPV3-TARGET-PARAM
Description A profile that, in conjunction with the snmpv3-notification profile,
configures the Stinger unit to perform the following tasks:
Send SNMPv1 traps (Trap PDUs) or SNMPv2 traps (Trap2 PDUs).
Send traps to a specified IP address and port.
Send Trap2 PDUs with different levels of security.
Send Trap2 PDUs with different usernames.
The SNMPv3 notification feature follows the specifications in RFC 2573.
Usage Following is a listing of the snmpv3-target-params profile with its default
settings:
[in SNMPV3-TARGET-PARAM/default]
name* = default
active-enabled = yes
msg-proc-model = v1
security-model = v1
security-name =
security-level = none
See Also SNMPV3-NOTIFICATION
SNMPV3-USM-USER
Description A profile that permits you to create and edit user profiles for support of
SNMPv3 user-based security model (USM) privacy.
Usage Following is a listing of the snmpv3-usm-user profile with its default settings:
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sntp-info
[in SNMPV3-USM-USER/groupz]
name* =groupz
active-enabled = no
read-write-access = no
auth-protocol = md5-auth
priv-protocol = no-priv
auth-key =
priv-key =
public-str = ""
sntp-info
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the use of the Simple
Network Time Protocol (SNTP), which is described in RFC 1305.
Usage Following is a listing of the sntp-info subprofile with its default settings:
[in IP-GLOBAL:sntp-info]
enabled = sntp-disabled
GMT-offset = utc+0000
host = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ]
update-threshold = 10
SONET
Description A profile that enables you to configure settings for an OC12-ATM
SONET interface.
Usage Following is a listing of the SONET profile with its default settings:
[in SONET/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }]
name = 1:17:1
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
enabled = no
ignore-lineup = system-defined
aps-config-name =
line-config = { 0 851 payload-atm no-loopback sonet no no vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191+
atm-config = { ast-x43 ast-x43 yes }
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-mode = inactive
SONET-STAT
Description A read-only profile that indicates the state of the physical interface,
error counters, and ATM framer status for each OC12 interface.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of a SONET-STAT profile:
[in SONET-STAT/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }
line-state = active
line-rate = OC-12c
vpi-vci-range = vpi-0-255-vci-32-8191
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SONET-STAT
vc-switching-vpi = ""
vcc-vpi = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]
aps-config-name = ""
aps-channel-status = unknown
aps-channel-sd-condition = False
aps-channel-sf-condition = False
aps-channel-low-direction = low-none
aps-channel-recv-sd-count = 0
aps-channel-recv-sf-count = 0
aps-channel-recv-ais-count = 0
aps-channel-recv-rdi-count = 0
loss-of-signal = False
loss-of-frame = False
out-of-frame = False
section-state = sonet-section-active-no-defect
path-state = sonet-path-active-no-defect
ais-receive = False
yellow-receive = False
out-of-cell-delineation = False
loss-of-cell-delineation = False
aps-receive = False
rsop-bip-error-count = 46350
rlop-bip-error-count = 52896
rlop-febe-error-count = 0
rpop-bip-error-count = 0
rpop-febe-error-count = 0
racp-chcs-error-count = 0
racp-uchcs-error-count = 0
racp-rx-cell-count = 0
tacp-tx-cell-count = 0
frequency-justification-count = 0
HEC-cell-drop-counter = 0
FIFO-overflow-counter = 0
idle-cell-counter = 0
valid-cell-counter = 0
short-packet-counter = 0
bad-crc-packet-counter = 0
bad-seq-packet-counter = 0
valid-packet-counter = 0
time-elapsed = 743
valid-intervals = 79
performance-monitoring = { 646 664 0 46350 0 0 0 664 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 }
interval-performance-monitoring = [ { 876 901 0 7323 0 0 0 901 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +
spare-physical-address = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sparing-state = sparing-none
sparing-change-reason = unknown
sparing-change-time = 0
sparing-change-counter = 0
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spectrum-config
spectrum-config
Description Parameter settings in this subprofile are used to configure spectrum
usage when the dsl-type parameter, in the AL-DMT profile, is set to vdsl.
Usage Following is a listing of the subprofile with its default settings:
[in AL-DMT/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:vdsl-config:spectrumconfig]
bandplan = bp-998
u0-band = a-25-138
scenario = cabinet
etsi-variant = a
up-psd-template = m1
down-psd-template = m1
notch-config = { no no no no no }
adsl-presence = none
adsl-friendly = no
Location AL-DMT:VDSL-Config:Spectrum-Config sub-profile.
spvc-address-prefix
Description A subprofile of the atm-prefix profile that contains the prefix portion of
the SPVC target address.
Usage Following is a listing of the spvc-address-prefix subprofile with its default
settings:
[in ATM-PREFIX/default:spvc-address-prefix]
length = 0
address = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
SSH-SERVER-CONFIG
Description A profile containing the parameters used for enabling and configuring
the SSH daemon.
Usage Following is a listing of the ssh-server-config profile with its default
settings:
[in SSH-SERVER-CONFIG (new)]
ssh-enabled = no
ssh-version = any-ssh-version
server-key-size = 768
server-key-regeneration-interval = 3600
login-grace-time = 300
authentication-attempts = 3
authentication-type = password-authentication
allow-empty-passwords = no
host-key = ""
host-key-length = 0
dss-host-key = ""
dss-host-key-length = 0
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svc-addr-prefix
svc-addr-prefix
Description A subprofile that contains the prefix portion of the SVC target address
Usage Following is a listing of the svc-addr-prefix subprofile with its default
settings:
[in ATM-PREFIX/default:svc-addr-prefix]
length = 0
address = 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00
See Also pnni-node-prefix, spvc-addr-prefix
SWITCH-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC). This profile is indexed by
the module on which the ASIC is located (for example, controller, tram-17, or tram18). The system creates a profile for the controller ASIC. If a trunk aggregation
module (TRAM) is installed, it also creates a switch-config profile for those
processors.
Usage Following is a listing of the switch-config profile with its default settings:
[in SWITCH-CONFIG/controller]
switch-name* = controller
atm-parameters = { [ { yes 1:17:1 { shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 } yes no +
See Also atm-parameters
SYSTEM
Description A profile that enables you to configure systemwide settings for call
management.
Usage Following is a listing of the system profile with its default settings:
[in SYSTEM]
name = Stinger99
system-rmt-mgmt = ye
use-trunk-groups = no
num-digits-trunk-groups = 1
idle-logout = 0
max-dialout-time = 20
parallel-dialing = 12
single-file-incoming = yes
sessionid-base = 492534668
call-routing-sort-method = item-first
digital-call-routing-sort-method = slot-first
exact-match-call-routing = no
shelf-controller-type = standalone
new-nas-port-id-format = yes
nas-port-format = 3-2-2-2
perm-conn-upd-mode = all
userstat-format = "%i %l %s %r %d %a %u %c %t %n"
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SYSTEM-INTEGRITY
control-bus-type = dpram
system-8k-clock = controller
ignore-lineup = no
connection-profile-auto-naming-convention = lower-interface-number-first
link-phys-trap-state = trap-state-enabled
link-perm-trap-state = trap-state-enabled
lim-link-phys-trap-state = trap-state-disabled
lim-link-perm-trap-state = trap-state-disabled
cac-preference = connection-time
traffic-shapers = [ { no 1000 1000 2 no 1 } { no 1000 1000 2 no 2 } { no 100+
validation-enable = yes
user-second-level-authentication = none
maximum-login-attempts = 3
audit-user-profiles = no
scheduler-queue-size = 200
atm-qos-rate-unit = kbps
np-update-time = 0
np-default-filtering-policy = forward
lim-self-test = disable
np-fpp-compact-timer = 3600
np-fpp-class-mem-mode = high-performance
slot-type-check = no
pppoe-default-server-name = default
send-clg-party-ie-in-spvc-setup = no
lockup-recovery-enabled = yes
phantom-lim-detection = yes
multicast-cac = disable
multicast-cac-max-bw = 0
multicast-cac-used-bw =0
sealing-current-pulse-width = 1
sealing-current-frequency = 1
vbr-shaping-scr = yes
SYSTEM-INTEGRITY
Description A profile for internal use only.
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T1-STAT
Description A read-only profile that displays information about the state of a T1
line and its channels.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of a t1-stat profile:
[in T1-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-1 1 }]
physical-address* = { shelf-1 slot-1 1 }
line-state = disabled
channel-state = [ disabled disabled disabled disabled disabled disabled+
error-count = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ]
loss-of-carrier = False
loss-of-sync = False
ais-receive = False
yellow-receive = False
ber-receive = False
carrier-established = False
network-loopback = False
table-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the Domain Name System
(DNS) local table, storing up to eight host names and initial IP addresses.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the table-config subprofile:
[in IP-GLOBAL:dns-local-table:table-config[1]]
host-name = ""
ip-address = 0.0.0.0
tac-auth-client
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the way in which a Stinger
unit interacts as a client of Terminal Access Controller Access Control System
(TACACS) protocol authentication servers.
Usage Following is a listing of the tac-auth-client subprofile with its default
settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:tac-auth-client]
auth-server-1 = 0.0.0.0
auth-server-2 = 0.0.0.0
auth-server-3 = 0.0.0.0
auth-port = 0
auth-src-port = 0
auth-key = ""
auth-timeout = 0
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tacplus-acct-client
tacplus-acct-client
Description A subprofile that defines how the Stinger unit interacts as a client of
TACACS+ accounting servers.
Usage Following is a listing of a tacplus-acct-client subprofile with its default
settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-acct-client (new)]
acct-server-1 = 0.0.0.0
acct-server-2 = 0.0.0.0
acct-server-3 = 0.0.0.0
acct-port = 0
acct-src-port = 0
acct-key = ""
tacplus-auth-client
Description A subprofile that defines how the Stinger unit interacts as a client of
TACACS+ authentication servers.
Usage Following is a listing of a tacplus-auth-client subprofile with its default
settings:
[in EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-auth-client (new)]
auth-server-1 = 0.0.0.0
auth-server-2 = 0.0.0.0
auth-server-3 = 0.0.0.0
auth-port = 0
auth-src-port = 0
auth-key = ""
auth-timeout-time = 0
auth-retries = 0
tacl
Description Configure restrictions for telnet access.
Usage Following is a listing of the tacl profile shown with default settings:
[in TACL (new)]
enable-permit = no
permit-list = [ { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 } { no 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0 } { no 0.0.
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tcp-clear-answer
tcp-clear-answer
Description Not supported. A subprofile that enables TCP-Clear sessions.
Usage Following is a listing of the tcp-clear-answer subprofile, which is not
supported in Stinger units.
[in ANSWER-DEFAULTS:tcp-clear-answer]
enabled = yes
tcp-clear-options
Description Not supported. A subprofile that enables you to configure default settings
for a TCP-Clear session.
Usage Following is a listing of the tcp-clear-options subprofile, which is not
supported in Stinger units.
[in CONNECTION/"":tcp-clear-options (new)]
host = ""
port = 0
host2 = ""
port2 = 0
host3 = ""
port3 = 0
host4 = ""
port4 = 0
detect-end-of-packet = no
end-of-packet-pattern = ""
flush-length = 256
flush-time = 20
tdr-distance-level
Description A subprofile that contains distance and level data pairs for the time-
domain reflectometry (TDR) test of the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Following is a listing of the subprofile with its defaults.
[in CLT-RESULT:tdr-distance-level[1]]
distance = 0
level = 0
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telco-options
telco-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure options negotiated with the
telephone company carrier.
Usage Following is a listing of the telco-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":telco-options (new)]
answer-originate = ans-and-orig
callback = no
call-type = ft1
nailed-groups = 1
nailed-up-group = 1
ft1-caller = no
force-56kbps = no
data-service = 56k-clear
call-by-call = 0
billing-number = ""
transit-number = ""
expect-callback = no
delay-callback = 0
nas-port-type = any
telnet-options
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER:terminal-mode-configuration
terminal-mode-configuration
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
TERMINAL-SERVER
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER
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THERMAL
THERMAL
Description Not supported. A profile that enables you to specify temperature
thresholds for the built-in temperature sensors in the Stinger control module.
Usage Following is a listing of the thermal profile with its default settings:
[in THERMAL]
bottom-low-temperature-threshold = 0
bottom-high-temperature-threshold = 60
top-low-temperature-threshold = 0
top-high-temperature-threshold = 60
Dependencies Temperature sensors are available only in version 3 and higher of
the control module.
THRESH-HDSL2-SHDSL
Description Not supported.
thresh-profiles
Description Not supported.
Location HDSL2
time
Description A subprofile that specifies the current hour, minute, and second.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the time subprofile:
[in TIMEDATE:time]
hour = 12
minute = 37
second = 33
Note As an alternative, you can use the set command—for example, set time
hour=16. You can also use the date command to set the current hour, minute, and
second.
TIMEDATE
Description A profile that shows the current system time and date.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the timedate profile:
[in TIMEDATE]
time = { 12 37 33 }
date = { Friday March 29 2002 }
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tns-index
tns-index
Description A subprofile that specifies a complex index value identifying the transit
network selection (TNS). The index elements are defined in the subprofile.
Usage Following is a listing of the tns-index subprofile:
[in PNNI-ROUTE-TNS/{ 0 other other "" 0 }:tns-index ]
node-index = 0
route-tns-type = other
route-tns-plan = other
route-tns-id = ""
route-tns-index = 0
tos-filter
Description An input-filter or output-filter subprofile for defining a type of
service (ToS) filter.
Usage Set values in this subprofile to configure one of up to 12 input or output ToS
filters. Following are sample tos-filter listings:
[in FILTER/"":input-filters[1]:tos-filter]
protocol = 0
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
dest-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
dest-address = 0.0.0.0
Src-Port-Cmp = none
source-port = 0
Dst-Port-Cmp = none
dest-port = 0
precedence = 000
type-of-service = normal
marking-type = precedence-tos
dscp = 00
[in FILTER/"":output-filters[1]:tos-filter]
protocol = 0
source-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
source-address = 0.0.0.0
dest-address-mask = 0.0.0.0
dest-address = 0.0.0.0
Src-Port-Cmp = none
source-port = 0
Dst-Port-Cmp = none
dest-port = 0
precedence = 000
type-of-service = normal
marking-type = precedence-tos
dscp = 00
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tos-options
tos-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure type-of-service (TOS)
settings for IP routed WAN connections. Stinger units do not implement priority
queuing, but they do set information that can be used by other routers to prioritize
and select links for particular data streams. You set values in this subprofile to
configure the Stinger unit to set quality of service (QoS) priority bits and TOS classes
of service on behalf of customer applications.
Usage Following is a listing of the tos-options subprofile with its default settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":ip-options:tos-options]
active = no
precedence = 000
type-of-service = normal
apply-to = incoming
marking-type = precedence-tos
dscp = 00
See Also ip-options
traffic-shapers
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the bandwidth of virtual
circuits.
Usage Following is a listing of a traffic-shapers subprofile with its default settings:
[in ATM-CONFIG:traffic-shapers[1]]
enabled = no
bit-rate = 1000
peak-rate = 1000
max-burst-size = 2
aggregate = no
priority-number = 1
transceiver-info
Description A read-only subprofile that identifies the interface and the type of
transceiver in the trunk card.
Usage Following is a listing of the transceiver-info profile:
[in TRUNK-DAUGHTER-DEV/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }:transceiver-info]
reach-type = long-reach
interface-type = interface-oc12
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TRAP
TRAP
Description A profile that enables you to configure the way in which the Stinger
unit traps events. A trap is a mechanism in Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) for reporting system change in real time. To report system change, the
Stinger unit sends a traps-PDU (protocol data unit) to the SNMP manager. (For the
most up-to-date information about events, see the Ascend Enterprise MIB.)
Usage Following is a listing of the trap profile with its default settings:
[in TRAP/"" (new)]
host-name* = ""
active-enabled = yes
community-name = ""
host-address = 0.0.0.0
host-port = 162
inform-time-out = 1500
inform-retry-count = 4
notify-tag-list = default
target-params-name = default
notification-log-enable = no
notification-log-limit = 50
trap-sequencing = no
heart-beat-trap-interval = 5
trap-optimization-enabled = no
alarm-enabled = yes
security-enabled = no
port-enabled = no
slot-enabled = no
coldstart-enabled = yes
warmstart-enabled = yes
linkdown-enabled = yes
linkup-enabled = yes
ascend-enabled = yes
console-enabled = yes
use-exceeded-enabled = yes
password-enabled = yes
fr-linkup-enabled = yes
fr-linkdown-enabled = yes
event-overwrite-enabled = yes
radius-change-enabled = yes
mcast-monitor-enabled = yes
lan-modem-enabled = yes
slot-profile-change-enabled = yes
power-supply-enabled = yes
authentication-enabled = yes
config-change-enabled = yes
sys-clock-drift-enabled = yes
suspect-access-resource-enabled = yes
ospf-enabled = no
ospf-if-config-error-enabled = no
ospf-if-auth-failure-enabled = no
ospf-if-state-change-enabled = no
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TRAP
ospf-if-rx-bad-packet = no
ospf-tx-retransmit-enabled = no
ospf-nbr-state-change-enabled = no
ospf-virt-if-config-error-enabled = no
ospf-virt-if-auth-failure-enabled = no
ospf-virt-if-state-change-enabled = no
ospf-virt-if-rx-bad-packet = no
ospf-virt-if-tx-retransmit-enabled = no
ospf-virt-nbr-state-change-enabled = no
ospf-originateLsa-enabled = no
ospf-maxAgeLsa-enabled = no
ospf-lsdb-overflow-enabled = no
ospf-approaching-overflow-enabled = no
watchdog-warning-enabled = yes
controller-switchover-enabled = no
call-log-serv-change-enabled = yes
wan-line-state-change-enabled = yes
call-log-dropped-pkt-enabled = yes
lim-sparing-enabled = no
interface-sparing-enabled = no
secondary-controller-state-change-enabled = no
pctfi-trunk-status-change-enabled = yes
no-resource-available-enabled = yes
dsl-thresh-trap-enabled = no
atm-pvc-failure-trap-enabled = no
atm-ima-alarm-trap-enabled = no
ascend-link-down-trap-enabled = no
ascend-link-up-trap-enabled = no
snmp-illegal-access-attempt = no
hdsl2-shdsl-threshold-traps-enabled = yes
clock-change-trap-enabled = no
oam-timeout-trap-enabled = no
ascend-adsl-trap-enabled = no
ascend-multicast-link-trap-enabled = no
ascend-cac-fail-trap-enabled = no
spvc-target-cac-fail-trap-enabled = yes
heart-beat-trap-enabled = no
ascend-flash-card-trap-enabled = yes
ascend-sw-mismatch-trap-enabled = no
ascend-hashcode-mismatch-trap-enabled = no
remote-shelf-enabled = yes
trap-shelf-clli = no
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tree-properties
tree-properties
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the identifiers of a view in a
view-based access control model (VACM).
Usage Following is a listing of the tree-view-properties subprofile with its default
settings:
[in VACM-VIEW-TREE/{ "" "" }:tree-properties (new)]
view-name = ""
view-tree-oid = ""
See Also trunk-cac-config[n]
trunk-cac-config
Description A subprofile of the high-speed-slot profile that the system creates for
each trunk port.
Usage Following is a listing of a trunk-cac subprofile with its default settings:
[in HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-1 1 }:trunk-cacconfig]
enable = yes
port-num = 1:17:1
line-rate = 148598
over-subscription = 10
Dependencies This parameter was previously located in the atm-config profile. Its
use in that location has been deprecated.
If a user has already set these parameters under a previous release in the atm-config
profile, the parameters are copied into the corresponding high-speed-slot-staticconfig profile. The parameters are now invisible in the atm-config profile unless
allow-debug is set to yes.
trunk-cac-config[n]
Description Deprecated and not used.
Location ATM-CONFIG:trunk-cac-config
See Also HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
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TRUNK-DAUGHTER-DEV
TRUNK-DAUGHTER-DEV
Description A profile that enables you to configure a trunk daughter device.
Usage Following is a listing of the trunk-daughter-dev profile:
[in TRUNK-DAUGHTER-DEV/{ shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }]
device-address* = { shelf-1 trunk-module-2 1 }
device-state = trunk-daughter-oper-state-up
trunk-daughter-type = trunk-daughter-oc3-quad
previous-trunk-daughter-type = trunk-daughter-none
transceiver-info = { long-reach interface-oc12 }
tunnel-options
Description A subprofile configures virtual private network (VPN) connectivity
using Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) or Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol
(ATMP) tunneling.
Usage Following is a listing of the tunnel-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/"":tunnel-options]
profile-type = disabled
tunneling-protocol = atmp-protocol
max-tunnels = 0
atmp-ha-rip = rip-off
primary-tunnel-server = ""
secondary-tunnel-server = ""
udp-port = 5150
password = ""
home-network-name = ""
client-auth-id = ""
server-auth-id = ""
vrouter = ""
assignment-id = ""
Dependencies RADIUS-authenticated PPP sessions can use some L2TP tunnel
features, such as tunnel tags, that are not supported in the local command-line
interface.
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TUNNEL-SERVER
TUNNEL-SERVER
Description A profile that enables you to configure server-level tunnel
authentication and other options specific to a Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)
network server (LNS).
Usage Following is a listing of the tunnel-server profile with its default settings:
[in TUNNEL-SERVER/""]
server-endpoint* = ""
enabled = yes
shared-secret = ""
client-auth-id = ""
server-auth-id = ""
dialout-options = { no "" "" "" "" no no }
See Also dialout-options
txlink-config
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure the transmitting link in an
inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) connection.
Usage Following is a sample listing of the txlink-config subprofile:
[in DS1-ATM/{ shelf-1 any-slot 0 }:line-config:ima-option-config:txlinkconfi+
ne-tx-lid = 0
add-link-cond-time = 3
link-recovery-type = fast
fault-clearing-type = auto
fault-clearing-time = 10
priority = 0
See Also ima-option-config, line-config
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U
USER
Description A profile that defines a name, a password, privileges, and default
displays for user login accounts.
Usage Following is a listing of a user profile with its default settings:
[in USER/default]
name*=default
password=""
active-enabled=yes
enforce-password-check = no
first-level-user = ""
login-level = first-level
allow-termserv=no
allow-system=no
allow-diagnostic=no
allow-update=no
allow-password=no
allow-code=no
idle-logout=0
prompt="admin> "
default-status=no
top-status=general-info
bottom-status=log-window
left-status=connection-list
use-scroll-regions=yes
log-display-level=none
screen-length=24
status-length=18
user-group = ““
last-login-date = { Wednesday November 2003 12 }
user-acct-expiration-date = { Saturday November 2006 11 }
user-passwd-expiration-date = { Sunday January 2004 11 }
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user-group
user-group
Description The user-group profile enables you to define command access for each
user you specify. You can specify access settings and a list of up to 512 commands that
users in the command user group have permission to use.
Usage Following are the parameters, shown with their default settings:
[in USER-GROUP/"" (new)]
name* = ""
use-group-permissions = no
allow-termserv = no
allow-system = no
allow-diagnostic = no
allow-update = no
allow-password = no
allow-code = no
allow-debug = no
exclude-listed-commands = no
command = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""+
profile = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""+
usrrad-options
Description A subprofile that enables you to configure connection-specific RADIUS
accounting options.
Usage Following is a listing of the usrrad-options subprofile with its default
settings:
[in CONNECTION/tim:usrRad-options]
acct-type=global
acct-host=0.0.0.0
acct-port=1646
acct-key=""
acct-timeout=1
acct-id-base=acct-base-10
Dependencies RADIUS accounting must be configured in the rad-acct-client
subprofile of the external-auth profile.
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V
VACM-ACCESS
Description A profile that enables you to configure the view-based access control
model (VACM), specifying view names for different kinds of access, such as read,
write, notify.
Usage Following is a listing of the vacm-access profile with its default settings:
[in VACM-ACCESS/{ "" "" v1 no+ } (new)]
access-properties* = { "" "" v1 no+ }
active = no
match-method = exact-match
read-view-name = ""
write-view-name = ""
notify-view-name = ""
VACM-SECURITY-GROUP
Description A profile that enables you to configure the mapping of a security name
and security model in an incoming or outgoing message to a view-based access
control model (VACM) security group.
Usage Following is a listing of the vacm-security-group profile with its default
settings:
[in VACM-SECURITY-GROUP/{ v1 "" } (new)]
security-properties* = { v1 "" }
active = no
group-name = ""
VACM-VIEW-TREE
Description A profile that enables you to configure the views of the view-based
access control model (VACM).
Usage Following is a listing of the vacm-view-tree profile with its default settings:
[in VACM-VIEW-TREE/{ "" "" } (new)]
tree-properties* = { "" "" }
active = no
tree-oid-mask = ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
tree-type = included
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validation-status
validation-status
Description Validation status of the remote shelf.
Usage Following are the read-only fields in a profile for shelf 3:
[in REMOTE-SHELF-STAT/shelf-3:validation-status]
id-valid = disabled
validation-id-setting = 0
validation-id = 0
vcc-ident
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates values for a virtual channel
connection (VCC) on an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) link.
Usage Read-only. Following is a listing of the vcc-ident subprofile with sample
[in ATMVCC-STAT/{ shelf-1 slot-1 3 0 41 1 }:vcc-ident]
shelf-number = shelf-1
slot-number = slot-1
port = 3
vpi = 0
vci = 41
nailed-group = 1
vcc-members
Description A read-only subprofile that indicates the values for the virtual channel
connections (VCCs) on an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) link.
Usage Read-only. Following is a sample listing of the vcc-members subprofile:
[in ATMPVC-STAT/unit1:vcc-members]
vcc-members[1]={ shelf-1 slot-2 14 0 37 }
vcc-members[2]={ shelf-1 trunk-module-2 2 0 10
vcc-members[n]
Description A read-only subprofile of the atmpvc-stat:vcc-members subprofile that.
contains values for a virtual channel connection (VCC) on an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) link.
Following is a sample listing of the vcc-members n subprofile:
[in ATMPVC-STAT/unit1:vcc-members[1]]
shelf-number = shelf-1
slot-number = trunk-module-1
port = 1
vpi = 0
vci = 120
nailed-group = 801
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VDSL-Config
VDSL-Config
Description This subprofile contains the parameter that configure the line for VDSL
service when the dsl-type parameter, in the AL-DMT profile, is set to vdsl.
Usage Following is a listing of the VDSL-Config subprofile with its default settings
[in AL-DMT/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }:vdsl-config]
line-config = { 1 ansi ptm-64-65 auto-select fast fast automatic-at-startup
aut+
spectrum-config = { bp-998 a-25-138 cabinet a m1 m1 { no no no no } none no }
fast-path-config = { 100 1000 30000 60000 0 0 0 0 }
interleave-path-config = { 100 1000 30000 60000 0 0 0 0 no-symbols nosymbols }
margin-config = { 60 60 40 40 100 100 }
Location AL-DMT
VDSL2-config
Description Configures VDSL2 settings. This subprofile can be set when vdsl2 is set
as the line-code in the al-dmt vdsl-config:line-config subprofile.
Usage The vdsl2-config subprofile simplifies the task of configuring vdsl2 train-ups.
It achieves this by approximating as closely as possible, the 993.2 standard description
for region, profile type and PSD mask.
Following is a listing of the vdsl2-config subprofile with its default settings.
[in AL-DMT/{ shelf-1 slot-4 1 }:vdsl-config:vdsl2-config]
region = europe
profile = p12a
mask-europe = b8-4-998-m2x-a
mask-up-north-america = eu-32
mask-dn-north-america = d-32
Location al-dmt:vdsl-config
VLAN-ETHERNET
Description A profile that enables you to specify the configuration of IEEE 802.1Q
virtual local area networks (VLANs).
Usage Following is a listing of the vlan-ethernet profile with its default settings:
[in VLAN-ETHERNET/{ { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } (new)]
interface-address* = { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 }
vlan-enabled = no
vlan-id = 0
enabled = no
filter-name = ""
pppoe-options = { no no }
bridging-options = { 0 no no }
8021q-mode = tagged
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VROUTER
VROUTER
Description A profile that defines a virtual router (VRouter).
Usage Following is a listing of the vrouter profile with its default settings:
[in VROUTER/""]
name* = ""
active = yes
vrouter-ip-addr = 0.0.0.0
pool-base-address = [ 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0+
assign-count = [ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +
pool-name = [ "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "+
pool-summary = no
pool-selection = connection-based
pool-chaining = no
share-global-pool = yes
rip-policy = Poison-Rvrs
summarize-rip-routes = no
rip-trigger = yes
domain-name = ""
sec-domain-name = ""
dns-primary-server = 0.0.0.0
dns-secondary-server = 0.0.0.0
client-primary-dns-server = 0.0.0.0
client-secondary-dns-server = 0.0.0.0
allow-as-client-dns-info = True
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W
wan-router-interface-profile
Description Name of the connection profile to be used as the “router” port in terms
of traffic handling for this bridge group, i.e., the default path for uplinks from users.
The specified connection must be on a trunk interface. This setting and the lanrouter-interface-address setting are mutually exclusive.
Usage Following is a listing of the wan-router-interface-profile profile shown
with default settings:
[in BRIDGE-GROUP/0:wan-router-interface-profile (new)]
wan-router-interface-profile = ""
Dependencies This setting and the lan-router-interface-address setting are
mutually exclusive.
WATCHDOG-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to specify Simple Network Management
Protocol (SNMP) traps (notifications) for specific conditions.
Usage Following is a listing of the watchdog-config profile with sample settings:
[in WATCHDOG-CONFIG/{ fan fantray 1 }]
watchdog-index* = { fan fantray 1 }
watchdog-trap-enable = yes
watchdog-name = "Stinger 10 Fan"
system-created-slave-profile = no
watchdog-index*
Description A complex field that contains the watchdog type, location ID, and unit
number of a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) watchdog. A watchdog is
a software routine that monitors the status of a particular aspect of a Stinger unit—
for example, the temperature of a module.
Usage Following is a listing of the watchdog-index field with its default settings:
[in WATCHDOG-CONFIG/{ none 0 }:watchdog-index (new)]
watchdog-type = ( bad value )
location-id = none
unit = 0
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X
XDSL-SLOT-CONFIG
Description A profile that enables you to configure an xDSL slot.
Usage Following is a listing of the xdsl-slot-config profile with its default settings:
[in XDSL-SLOT-CONFIG/{ any-shelf any-slot 0 }]
slot-address* = { any-shelf any-slot 0 }
sealing-current-on = no
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3
Numeric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-74
C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-89
D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-129
E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-163
F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-180
G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-203
H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-212
I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-224
j . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-257
K. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-257
L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-258
M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-289
N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-329
O. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-355
P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-369
Q. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-405
R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-409
S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-441
T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-506
U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-547
V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-561
W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-574
X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-579
Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-579
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Numeric
Numeric
32-dmt-aslam
Description Deprecated and not used.
Location LOAD-SELECT
40-dmt-adsl
Description Deprecated and not used.
Location LOAD-SELECT
48-dmt-adsl
Description Specifies whether code images for ADSL 48-port line interface modules
(LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for ADSL 48-port LIMs that are installed
in the Stinger unit and to skip images for modules that are not installed. This is
the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no ADSL 48-port LIMs are
installed.
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an ADSL 48-port LIM is
installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a particular module. The system does not delete the profile unless you
use the slot –r command to permanently remove a module that is no longer
installed in the system, or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the
system does not load unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles
for modules that are no longer installed in the system.
Example set 48-dmt-adsl = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
72-ct-dmt-adsl
Description Specifies whether code images for ADSL 72-port Annex A line
interface modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for ADSL 72-port Annex A LIMs that are
installed in the Stinger unit and to skip images for modules that are not installed.
This is the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no ADSL 72-port Annex A
LIMs are installed.
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72-gs-dmt-adsl
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an ADSL 72-port Annex A
LIM is installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a particular module. The system does not delete the profile unless you
use the slot –r command to permanently remove a module that is no longer
installed in the system, or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the
system does not load unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles
for modules that are no longer installed in the system.
Example set 72-ct-dmt-adsl = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
72-gs-dmt-adsl
Description Specifies whether code images for ADSL 72-port Globespan line
interface modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for ADSL 72-port Globespan LIMs that
are installed in the Stinger unit and to skip images for modules that are not
installed. This is the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no ADSL 72-port Globespan
LIMs are installed.
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an ADSL 72-port Globespan
LIM is installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a particular module. The system does not delete the profile unless you
use the slot –r command to permanently remove a module that is no longer
installed in the system, or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the
system does not load unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles
for modules that are no longer installed in the system.
Example set 72-gs-dmt-adsl = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
72-shdsl
Description Specifies whether code images for SHDSL 72-port line interface
modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for SHDSL 72-port LIMs that are
installed in the Stinger unit and to skip images for modules that are not installed.
This is the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no SHDSL 72-port LIMs are
installed.
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8021q-mode
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an SHDSL 72-port LIM is
installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a particular module. The system does not delete the profile unless you
use the slot –r command to permanently remove a module that is no longer
installed in the system, or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the
system does not load unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles
for modules that are no longer installed in the system.
Example set 72-shdsl = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
8021q-mode
Description Specifies the tagged and untagged VLAN switching mode. Note that
you can configure this only for GE-OLIM cards.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
tagged—Tagged VLAN switching mode.
untagged—Untagged VLAN switching mode.
Example set 8021q-mode = tagged
Location VLAN-ETHERNET
A
aal5-encaps
Description Specifies the type of data encapsulation used over the ATM adaptation
layer 5 (AAL5) service-specific convergence Sublayer (SSCS).
Usage Specify one of the following values:
llc-encapsulation (the default)
multi-frame-relay-sscs
other-encapsulation
vcmux-bridged-8023
vcmux-bridged-8025
vcmux-bridged-8026
vcmux-lanemul-8023
vcmux-lanemul-8025
vcmux-routed:
unknown-encapsulation
Example set aal5-encaps = vcmux-bridged-8023
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aal-enabled
Location ATM-VCL-CONFIG
aal-enabled
Description Enables ATM adaptation layer (AAL) options.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
no—Disables AAL options. This is the default value.
yes—Enables AAL options
Example set aal-enabled = yes
Location CONNECTION:atm-aal-options
aal-type
Description The ATM adaptation layer (AAL) type.
Usage Set one of the following values:
aal0—Sets AAL0 type of layer.
aal5—Sets AAL5 type of layer.
unspecified—Does not specify a type of AAL.
Example set aal-type = aal5
Location ATM-QOS
abstime
Description Read-only. Indicates the absolute time, used as the index for error
logging.
Usage Read-only value with the range 0 to 4294967295.
Example abstime = 380038282
Location ERROR
access-change-reason
Description Reason for the change in this profile.
Permission level
Usage Valid values are as follows:
unknown—Unknown reason or the if the profile has not changed since it was
created.
activation—CLT access was activated.
deactivation—CLT access was deactivated.
extension—CLT duration was extended.
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access-end-date
failure—CLT access failed.
Example access-change-reason = deactivation
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
access-end-date
Description Specifed end date of the test.
Usage A date in the format Day Month Year Date. The default setting for this
parameter is Monday January 1990 1.
Example access-end-date = { Monday January 1990 1 }
Dependencies If you activate a test and do not specify a timeout value, the
maximum system time is used, which is 23:59:59, 12/31/2089. This value changes
accordingly when you extend test access.
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
access-end-time
Description Specifed end time of the test.
Usage A time in the format HH:MM:SS. The default setting for this parameter is
0:0:0.
Example access-end-time = { 0 0 0 }
Dependencies If you activate a test and do not specify a timeout value, the
maximum system time is used, which is 23:59:59, 12/31/2089. This value changes
accordingly when you extend test access.
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
access-loop
Description Specifies the copper loop for a particular LIM port to be accessed in a
copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Specify either 1 or 2. The default is 1.
Example set access-loop = 2
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
access-mode
Description Specifies the type of connection used in the configuration of the copper
loop for a copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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access-port
bridged —Copper loop is connected to the test head and the corresponding port
of the spare LIM.
looking-out—Copper loop is connected only to the test head. This is the default.
Example set access-mode = looking-out
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
access-port
Description Specifies the port number of the copper loop to be tested.
Usage Enter the port number of the copper loop to be tested. The default is 1.
Example set access-port = 2
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
access-result
Description Indicates the current state of a copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
idle —Test head is inactive, and no copper loops are connected. This is the
default
access-activated—Test head is active, and a copper loop is connected as
specified.
resource-busy—Access failed. The resource to enable CLT module access is in
use.
Example set access-result = idle
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
access-slot
Description Specifies the slot number of the line interface module (LIM) containing
the copper loop to be tested.
Usage Enter the slot number, preceded by slot-, of the LIM. The default is slot-16.
Specify one of the following:
any-slot—Special value used to specify any slot.
slot-1—Slot 1.
slot-2—Slot 2.
slot-3—Slot 3.
slot-4—Slot 4.
slot-5—Slot 5.
slot-6—Slot 6.
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access-start-date
slot-7—Slot 7.
slot-10—Slot 10.
slot-11—Slot 11.
slot-12—Slot 12.
slot-13—Slot 14.
slot-14—Slot 14.
slot-15—Slot 15.
slot-16—Slot 16.
Example set access-slot = slot-2
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
access-start-date
Description Starting date of the test.
Usage A date in the format Day Month Year Date. The default setting for this
parameter is Monday January 1990 1.
Example access-start-date = { Monday January 1990 1 }
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
access-start-time
Description Starting time of the test.
Usage A time in the format HH:MM:SS. The default setting for this parameter is
0:0:0.
Example access-start-time = { 0 0 0 }
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS-STAT
access-terminal
Description Specifies the connection point of the copper loop used in the
configuration of the copper loop for a copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
internal-tester-terminal—Copper loop is connected to the internal test head
of the CLT module. This is the default.
external-tester-terminal—Copper loop is connected to the external test
terminals of the CLT module or path selector module (PSM).
auxiliary-tester-terminal—Copper loop is connected to the auxiliary test
terminals of the CLT module or PSM.
external-loop—Internal test head of the CLT module is connected to external
terminals.
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access-timeout
Example set access-terminal = external-tester-terminal
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
access-timeout
Description Set a timeout value for a copper loop test.
Usage A value in minutes from 0 through 30.
Example set access-timeout = 5
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
acct-call-type
Description A Parameter that allows you to configure the calls for which Radius
accounting can be done on Stinger.
Usage Specifies the call types for which radius accounting can be enabled.The valid
values(enumerated field) are:
all—all type of calls. (default)
ppp—all ppp calls.
non-ppp— all non-ppp calls
Example acct-call-type = all
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-checkpoint
Description Specifies the interval (in seconds) at which to send checkpoint packets
to the RADIUS daemon.
Usage Specify an integer from 0 to 60. The default is 0 (zero).
Example set acct-checkpoint = 30
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-checkpoint-timer
Description Specifies whether to send RADIUS checkpoint accounting packets on a
per-session basis.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
per-session—Specifies that checkpoint packets are sent on a per-session basis at
the interval specified by the acct-checkpoint parameter.
all-sessions (the default)—Specifies that checkpoint packets are all sent at the
same time.
Example set acct-checkpoint-timer = per-session
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acct-drop-stop-on-auth-fail
Dependencies For acct-checkpoint-timer to apply, you must set acct-type to
radius.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-drop-stop-on-auth-fail
Description Specifies whether RADIUS accounting stop packets are dropped for
connections that fail authentication.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that RADIUS Accounting Stop packets are dropped for
connections that fail authentication.
no—Specifies that RADIUS Accounting Stop packets are sent for connections that
fail authentication. This is the default.
Example set acct-drop-stop-on-auth-fail = yes
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-host
Description Specifies a RADIUS accounting server for the Stinger unit to use for the
connection.
Usage Enter the IP address of a RADIUS accounting server. The default is 0.0.0.0,
which causes the Stinger unit to look for an accounting server at the address specified
by the external-auth profile.
Example set acct-host = 10.9.8.2/24
Location CONNECTION:usrrad-options
acct-id-base
Description Specifies whether the numeric base of the RADIUS Acct-Session-ID
attribute is 10 or 16. You can set acct-id-base globally and for each connection.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
acct-base-10—Specifies a decimal base. This is the default.
acct-base-16—Specifies a hexadecimal base.
The value you specify controls how the Stinger system presents the Acct-Session-ID
attribute to the RADIUS accounting server.
Note The Acct-Session-ID attribute is defined in section 5.5 of the RADIUS
accounting specification.
Example set acct-id-base = acct-base-16
Dependencies Consider the following:
If acct-type does not specify radius, the acct-id-base value does not apply.
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acct-key
Changing the value of acct-id-base while accounting sessions are active results
in inconsistent reporting between the Start and Stop records.
Location CONNECTION:usrrad-options
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-key
Description Specifies a RADIUS shared secret. A shared secret acts as a password
between the Stinger unit and the accounting server.
Usage Specify the text of the shared secret. The value you specify must match the
value in the RADIUS clients file. If you specify a null value, the system logs the
following warning:
warning: acct-key is empty (bad for security)
Example set acct-key = mypw
Dependencies If the acct-type parameter value does not specify radius, acct-key
does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:usrrad-options
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-limit-retry
Description Specifies the maximum number of times the Stinger system tries to
send accounting packets.
When the Stinger unit is configured for RADIUS accounting, it sends accounting Start
and Stop packets to the RADIUS server to record connections. If the server does not
acknowledge a packet within the number of seconds you specify for acct-timeout,
the Stinger unit tries again, resending the packet until the server responds, or
dropping the packet if the queue of packets to be resent is full. You can limit the
number of retries by setting a maximum.
Usage To set the maximum number of retries for accounting packets, set
acct-limit-retry to a value greater than 0 (zero). A value of 0 (the default) indicates
an unlimited number of retries.
Note The Stinger unit always makes at least one attempt. For example, if you set the
number of retries to 10, the Stinger unit makes 11 attempts—the original attempt
plus 10 retries.
Example set acct-limit-retry = 10
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-port
Description Specifies the UDP destination port to use for external accounting
requests. When using RADIUS accounting, you can set acct-port globally and for
each connection.
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acct-radius-compat
Usage Specify a UDP port number from 1 to 32767. The value must match the port
number the accounting daemon uses. Following are the defaults for RADIUS:
The default in a connection profile is 1646.
The default in the external-auth profile is 0 (zero).
Example set acct-port = 1500
Dependencies If the acct-type parameter value does not specify radius, acct-port
does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:usrrad-options
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-radius-compat
Description Enables or disables vendor-specific attribute (VSA) compatibility mode
when the Stinger unit is using RADIUS for accounting purposes.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
old-ascend—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not send the vendor-specific
attribute to the RADIUS server and does not recognize the vendor-specific
attribute if the server sends it. This is the default.
vendor-specific—Specifies that the Stinger unit uses the vendor-specific
attribute to encapsulate Lucent vendor attributes, and uses the RFC-defined
User-Password encryption algorithm as well.
Example set acct-radius-compat = vendor-specific
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-reset-time
Description Specifies the number of seconds that must elapse before the Stinger
unit returns to using the primary RADIUS accounting server.
Usage Specify the number of seconds. The default is 0 (zero), which specifies that
the Stinger unit does not return to using the primary RADIUS accounting server.
Example set acct-reset-time = 60
Dependencies For acct-reset-time to apply, you must specify at least one value
for the Acct-Server-N parameter.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-server-n
Description Specifies the IP addresses of up to three external accounting servers.
The Stinger unit first tries to connect to server 1. If it receives no response, it tries to
connect to server 2. If it still receives no response, it tries to connect to server 3.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0, which
indicates that no accounting server exists.
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acct-sess-interval
Example set acct-server-1 = 10.2.3.4/24
Dependencies Consider the following:
If the acct-type parameter value does not specify radius, acct-server-n does
not apply.
If the Stinger unit connects to a server other than server 1, and acct-reset-time
is set to 0, the Stinger unit continues to use that server until it fails to service
requests, even if server 1 comes back online. If the acct-reset-time parameter is
set to a value other than 0 (zero), the Stinger unit returns to using the primary
accounting server after the number of seconds specified by acct-reset-time has
elapsed.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-sess-interval
Description Specifies the number of seconds between RADIUS accounting reports
that record the number of open sessions.
Usage Specify a number of seconds from 0 to 65535. The default is 0 (zero), which
turns off regular RADIUS open-session reports.
Example set acct-sess-interval = 15
Dependencies If the acct-type parameter value does not specify RADIUS,
acct-sess-interval does not apply. Acct-Sess-Interval has no effect unless the
Lucent RADIUS daemon is running.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-src-ipaddr
Description Includes parameters for specifying the IP address to be used in RADIUS
accounting packets.
Example acct-src-ipaddr = { system-default { { any-shelf any-slot 0 } 0 } }
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-src-port
Description Specifies the UDP source port to use for RADIUS accounting.
Usage Specify a value from 0 to 65535. The default is 0 (zero), which specifies that
the Stinger unit selects the source port from the nonprivileged port range, 1024
through 2000.
Example set acct-src-port = 3278
Dependencies The Stinger unit uses the source port number to demultiplex the
RADIUS reply packets to the appropriate line or trunk module. The system uses a
separate source port for each module and shelf controller. On the Stinger unit, the
actual source port is the value of acct-src-port plus the slot number. The slot
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acct-stop-only
number is 0 (zero) for the control module. So, if you set acct-src-port to 1000,
packets originating from the control module have a source port value of 1000, while
packets originating from slot 6 have a source port value of 1006.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-stop-only
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit can send an Accounting Stop packet
that does not contain a username. (At times, the Stinger unit can send an Accounting
Stop packet to the RADIUS server without having sent an Accounting Start packet.
These Stop packets have no username.)
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit can send an Accounting Stop packet even if it
does not contain a username. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit cannot send an Accounting Sop packet if it
does not contain a username.
Example set acct-stop-only = no
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-timeout
Description Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) that the Stinger unit waits for
a response to a RADIUS accounting request. You can set acct-timeout globally and
for each connection.
If it does not receive a response within the specified time, the Stinger unit sends the
accounting request to the next server specified by acct-server-n. If all RADIUS
accounting servers are busy, the Stinger unit stores the accounting request and tries
again at a later time. It can queue up to 154 requests.
Usage Specify an integer from 1 to 10. Following are the defaults:
The default for a connection profile is 1.
The default for the external-auth profile is 1.
Example set acct-timeout = 5
Dependencies If the acct-type parameter does not specify radius, acct-timeout
does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:usrrad-options
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-acct-client
acct-tunnel-connection-encoding
Description Specifies an encoding method for the value of the RADIUS
Acct-Tunnel-Connection attribute. NavisRadius™ software uses the value generated
by the default setting of this parameter.
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acct-type
Usage Specify one of the following values:
normal—Generates the Acct-Tunnel-Connection attribute value from the source and
destination IP addresses, tunnel ID, and connection ID. This is the default.
decimal-call-serial-number—Generates the Acct-Tunnel-Connection attribute
value from the 32-bit Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) call serial number (CSN)
encoded as a decimal string.
hexadecimal-call-serial-number—Generates the Acct-Tunnel-Connection
attribute value from the L2TP CSN encoded as a hexadecimal string.
Example set acct-tunnel-connection = decimal-call-serial-number
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
acct-type
Description Specifies whether to use RADIUS accounting or no accounting at all.
You can specify accounting globally and for each connection.
Usage To enable or disable accounting in the external-auth profile, specify one of
the following values:
none—Disables accounting. This is the default.
radius—Enables RADIUS accounting.
To set accounting policy for a particular connection, specify one of the following
values in the connection profile:
global—Specifies that the Stinger unit sends accounting information to one of
the accounting servers specified by the external-auth profile. This is the default.
local—Specifies that the Stinger unit sends accounting information to the
accounting server specified by acct-host in the connection profile.
both—Specifies that the Stinger unit sends accounting information to both the
global and local servers.
Example set acct-type = radius
Dependencies Consider the following:
If you set auth-type to radius/logout, the Stinger unit disables RADIUS
accounting. For acct-type to have any effect in a connection profile, you must
set auth-type to radius.
If you set acct-type to radius, you must set the acct-server parameter to
specify at least one accounting server, and that server must be running a version
of the daemon that specifically supports accounting.
Location CONNECTION:usrrad-options
EXTERNAL-AUTH
accum-bit-err
Description Read-only. Indicates the read-only number of actual bit errors detected
during a continuous bit-error-rate test (BERT).
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acf-comp-enabled
Usage The accum-bit-err value is read-only.
Example accum-bit-err = 0
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
acf-comp-enabled
Description Not used. Specifies whether the PPP address and control field
compression are enabled or disabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Compression is enabled.
no—Compression is disabled. This is the default.
Location CONNECTION:ppp-options
action
Description Specifies an action to take on a route that matches the filter
specification.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
add—Increases the metric field of the matching routes by the add-metric value
and then add them to the routing table.
accept—Adds the matching routes to the routing table.
deny—Rejects the matching routes (does not add them to the routing table).
Example set action = add
Dependencies This setting applies only if the type parameter in the input filter
or output filter subprofile is set to route-filter.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:route-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:route-filter
activate-access
Description Indicates whether the copper loop is connected for a copper loop test
(CLT).
Usage Valid values for this parameter are as follows:
yes—Copper loop is connected as specified.
no—Copper loop is disconnected from the test head or test terminals. This is the
default.
extend—Extend an active copper loop test beyond a specified timeout value.
After you have written the profile, the setting of the activate-access parameter
setting will be yes.
Example set activate-access = extend
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activate-test
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
activate-test
Description Activates or deactivates a test.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Disconnects any existing calls on tested ports and begins the test.
no—Reconnects any disconnected calls and stops the test. This is the default.
Example set activate-test = yes
Location LINE-TESTS
activation
Description Not currently used.
Usage Leave the default value: static.
Example activation = static
Location AL-DMT:line-config
DS3-ATM:line-config
HDSL2:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
active
Description Specifies the activation of an interface or feature. An active interface is
available for use.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
In the mcast-service profile:
yes—Service is enabled. Access to multicast groups by the client is controlled by
this profile.
no—Service is disabled. Access to any multicast groups by the client is
blocked. This is the default value.
In the mcast-service:filter-list[n] profile:
yes—Filter is enabled. Access to mcast-ip-address is controlled by filter-type
parameter.
no (the default)—Filter is disabled.
In other profiles:
yes—Activates the interface or feature. This is the default in the debug,
lim-sparing-status, switch-config, and vrouter profiles only.
no—Makes the interface or feature unavailable for use. This is the default in all
other profiles.
Example set active = yes
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active (GBONDGROUP, GBOND-GROUP-STAT)
Location APS-CONFIG
CONNECTION
CONNECTION:ip-options:tos-options
DEBUG
FRAME-RELAY
IMA-GROUP
LIM-SPARING-CONFIG:auto-lim-sparing-config:lim-sparing-config[n]
LIM-SPARING-STATUS:lim-sparing-status[n]
MCAST-SERVICE
MCAST-SERVICE:filter-list[n]
MULTI-LINK-FR
IMAGROUP
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
PNNI-METRICS
PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
PNNI-ROUTE-TNS
PNNI-SUMMARY-ADDR
SWITCH-CONFIG:atm-parameters:outgoing-queue:outgoing-queue[n]
VACM-ACCESS
VACM-SECURITY-GROUP
VACM-VIEW-TREE
VROUTER
active (GBONDGROUP, GBOND-GROUP-STAT)
Description Sets the profile status either to active or inactive. The field type is
boolean.
Usage Valid values are yes or no.
Example active = yes
Location GBONDGROUP, GBOND-GROUP-STAT
active-enabled
Description Specifies whether one of the following profiles is enabled or disabled:
user profile—Specifies whether the profile is enabled or disabled. A disabled
profile is not available for use. A dash appears before each inactive profile.
snmpv3-notifications or snmpv3-target-param profile—Specifies whether the
profile is used to generate notifications.
trap profile—Specifies whether traps are sent to the host specified by the profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
In a user profile
yes—Enables the user profile. This is the default.
no—Disables the user profile.
In an snmpv3-notifications or snmpv3-target-param profile
yes—Specifies that the profile is used to generate notifications.
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activelinkcount
no—Specifies that the profile is not used to generate notifications. This is the
default.
In a trap profile
yes—Specifies traps are sent. This is the default.
no—Specifies that traps are not sent.
Example set active-enabled = yes
Location USER
SNMPV3-NOTIFICATIONS
SNMPV3-TARGET-PARAM
TRAP
activelinkcount
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of active data link connection
identifiers (DLCI) in the permanent virtual circuit (PVC).
Usage Read-only numeric parameter with a range of 0 to 65535.
Example activelinkcount = 10
Location FRPVC-STAT
active-route
Description Enables or disables the entry of a route in the routing table. (Setting
the parameter to no is a useful way to make a route temporarily inactive, so you can
reinstate the route later.)
Usage Specify yes or no. The default is yes, except for the ip-route profile called
default. For the default ip-route profile, the default is no.
yes—Activates the static route and add it to the routing table.
no—Deactivates the route. An inactive route does not affect packet routing.
Example set active-route = yes
Dependencies The default route is an ip-route profile with the name default and
a destination address of 0.0.0.0/0. To activate the default route, you must set
gateway-address to the IP address of the default router, and set active-route to yes.
Location IP-ROUTE
active-upstream-bandwidth-on-trunks
Description Read-only. Indicates the active trunk-side bandwidth, based on the
number of trunk ports and their status.
Usage The active-upstream-bandwidth-on-trunks value is read-only.
Example active-upstream-bandwidth-on-trunks = 155540
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add-link-cond-time
Location BANDWIDTH-STATS
add-link-cond-time
Description Not currently used. Specifies the link conditioning time-out, in seconds,
during link addition or insertion.
Usage Leave the default value.
Example add-link-cond-time = 0
Location DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:txlink-config
DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:rxlink-config
add-metric
Description Specifies a number to add to the metric value for a route that matches
the route filter specification, if the specified value for the action parameter is add.
Usage Specify a number from 1 to 15. The number you specify must not result in a
route metric greater than 15. The default is 0 (zero).
Example set add-metric = 5
Dependencies This setting applies only if in the input or output subprofile, the type
parameter is set to route-filter and the action parameter is set to add.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:route-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:route-filter
add-persistence
Description Specifies the number of seconds that average line utilization (ALU)
must persist beyond the target-utilization threshold before the Stinger unit adds
bandwidth from available channels.
Usage Specify an integer from 1 to 300. The default is 5.
Example set add-persistence = 15
Dependencies Consider the following:
When adding bandwidth, the unit adds the number of channels specified by
increment-channel-count parameter in the mpp-options subprofile.
When the seconds-history parameter value is high, add-persistence has little
effect.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:mpp-answer
CONNECTION:mpp-options
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address
address
Description Specifies an address or a prefix to an address in one of several profiles.
Depending on which profile the parameter is in, the address setting can be
configurable or read-only.
Usage Address parameters have different uses in different profiles. The specific use
of the address determines the number of bytes the address needs.
In the atm-addr-alias profile, the address parameter specifies the Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node, the ATM end-system address, or a
part of the end-system address. The number of bytes is specified in the length
parameter setting in the same profile.
In the addr-index subprofile of the pnni-route-addr profile, the address
parameter specifies the prefix of a reachable ATM address.
In the pnni-summary-addr profile, the address parameter specifies the prefix of a
reachable ATM address.
Example set address = 47410017001700170017001700
Location ATM-ADDR-ALIAS
ATM-IF-CONFIG
ATM-IF-SIG-PARAMS
ATM-IF-STAT
PNNI-IF-CONFIG
PNNI-SUMMARY-ADDR:addr-index
See Also address (ATM-PREFIX:pnni-node-prefix), address
(ATM-PREFIX:spvc-address-prefix), address (ATM-PREFIX:svc-address-prefix)
address (ATM-PREFIX:pnni-node-prefix)
Description Specifies the address prefix for Private Network-to-Network Interface
(PNNI) node ATM addresses.
Usage Enter an address prefix value from 1 to 13 bytes long. The default value is a
prefix value generated from the primary controller serial number.
Example set address = 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:bc:e7:6c:02
Dependencies Whenever you explicitly configure an address or a prefix setting, the
system uses the value you specify rather than the system-generated default. If you
delete the atm-prefix profile, the system creates a new one at the next system
startup.
Location ATM-PREFIX:pnni-node-prefix
See Also address, address (ATM-PREFIX:spvc-address-prefix), address
(ATM-PREFIX:svc-address-prefix)
address (ATM-PREFIX:spvc-address-prefix)
Description Specifies a prefix value used to generate the address in the default set
of atm-spvc-addr-config profiles.
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address (ATM-PREFIX:svc-address-prefix)
Usage Enter an address prefix value from 1 to 13 bytes long. The default value is 0.
Example set address = 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:bc:e7:6c:02
Dependencies With the default setting of 0, the value is taken from the address
parameter in the pnni-node-prefix subprofile.
Location ATM-PREFIX:spvc-address-prefix
See Also address (ATM-PREFIX:pnni-node-prefix), address, address
(ATM-PREFIX:svc-address-prefix)
address (ATM-PREFIX:svc-address-prefix)
Description Specifies a prefix value used to generate the address in the default set
of atm-svc-addr-config profiles.
Usage Enter an address prefix value from 1 to 13 bytes long. The default value is 0.
Example set address = 39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:bc:e7:6c:02
Dependencies With the default setting of 0, the value is taken from the address
parameter in the pnni-node-prefix subprofile.
Location ATM-PREFIX:svc-address-prefix
See Also address (ATM-PREFIX:pnni-node-prefix), address
(ATM-PREFIX:spvc-address-prefix), address
address-pool
Description Specifies the number of an address pool from which to acquire an
address.
When pool chaining is enabled, a pool number within a chain includes addresses
defined in all other pools within the chain. For example, if pools 1, 2, and 3 are in a
pool chain, setting this parameter to 1 has the same effect as setting it to 2 or 3.
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 150. The default is 0 (zero).
Example set address-pool = 5
Dependencies If address-pool is set to 0 (zero) and assign-address is set to yes,
the Stinger unit gets IP addresses from the first defined address pool.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
SLOT-VR-CONFIG
adsl2plus-enabled
Description Enables or disables the ADSL and ADSL2+ license.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)— Enables the ADSL and ADSL2+ license.
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adsl-friendly
no— Disables the ADSL and ADSL2+ license.
Example adsl2plus-enabled=yes
Location base
adsl-friendly
Description Selects whether to suppress the PSD below 1100KHz for operation with
ADSL service in the same binder group.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
no —(the default)PSD not suppressed.
ye s —PSD suppressed below 1100KHz.
Example adsl-friendly = no
Dependencies This setting is ignored if the e ts i -v ar i an t parameter is set to a
and the s c en ar i o parameter is set to c a bi n et and the st a nd ar d parameter in
the v d sl -c o nf i g: li n e- co n fi g profile is set to e ts i .
Location AL-DMT:VDSL-Config:Spectrum-Config
adsl-presence
Description Selects the type of ADSL that is present in the binder group.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
no n e —(the default) No ADSL in the binder group.
ao p — selects ETSI p2 mask (ISDN).
ao i — selects ETSI p1 mask (POTS)
Example adsl-presence = none
Dependencies This setting is used only when the scenario parameter is set to
exchange and the standard parameter in the vdsl-config:line-config profile is set to
etsi.
Location AL-DMT:VDSL-Config:Spectrum-Config
advertize
Description Enables or disables an area border router’s advertisement of an Open
Shortest Path First (OSPF) area. Unadvertised areas allow certain networks to be
intentionally hidden from other areas.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—The area border router summarizes and advertise routes from this area.
no (the default)—The area border router does not summarize or propagate routes
from this area.
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adv-node-id
Example set advertize = yes
Location OSPF-AREA-RANGE
adv-node-id
Description Specifies the ID of a Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI)
node that advertises reachability to the address prefix.
Usage You can enter the full 22-byte ID or an alias.
Example set adv-node-id =
00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:0+
Location PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
adv-port-id
Description Specifies the identifier on the advertising node of the interface used to
reach the address prefix.
Usage Specify a number from zero (0) to 2147483647. The default is 0.
Example set adv-port-id = 0
Location PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
agent-mode
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit operates as an Ascend Tunnel
Management Protocol (ATMP) Foreign Agent or Home Agent, or selects which of
those two modes to use for different traffic streams.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
tunnel-disabled (the default)—Disables ATMP.
home-agent—Operates as a Home Agent.
foreign-agent—Operates as a Foreign Agent.
home-and-foreign-agent—Operates as both a Home Agent and a Foreign Agent.
Example set agent-mode = foreign-agent
Dependencies If you change the agent-mode setting from its default, the new value
does not take effect until you reset the system.
Location ATMP
agent-type
Description In an Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol (ATMP) Home Agent
configuration, this parameter specifies gateway-home-agent (the default) or
router-home-agent, depending on how the Home Agent accesses the home network.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
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aggregate
gateway-home-agent (the default)—Delivers tunneled data to the home network
without routing. The connection between the Home Agent and the home
network must be a leased connection.
router-home-agent—Routes tunneled data to the home network.
Example set agent-type = router-home-agent
Dependencies This setting applies only when the agent-mode parameter is set to
home-agent.
Location ATMP
aggregate
Description Specifies whether virtual circuits using this traffic shaper are to be
aggregated or not.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Virtual circuits are aggregated. If the parameter set to yes and the traffic
shaper is applied to more than one virtual circuit, the combined virtual circuits
share the full bandwidth defined in the shaper.
no (the default)—Virtual circuits are not aggregated.
Example set aggregate = yes
Location SYSTEM:traffic-shapers n
ATM-INTERNAL:traffic-shapers n
aim-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates whether the unit enables Ascend Inverse
Multiplexing (AIM).
Usage The aim-enabled setting is read-only. Values are as follows:
yes—Indicates that AIM is enabled.
no—Indicates that AIM is not enabled. This is the default.
Example aim-enabled = yes
Location BASE
ais-receive
Description Read-only. Indicates whether the remote end is sending an Alarm
Indication signal (AIS) on the line. The remote end sends an AIS (instead of normal
data) to take the line out of service.
Usage The ais-receive setting is read-only. Values are as follows:
true—Indicates that the remote end is sending an AIS.
false—Indicates that the remote end is not sending an AIS.
Example ais-receive = true
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alarm-clear-table-limit
Location DS1-ATM-STAT
DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
OC3-ATM-STAT
T1-STAT
alarm-clear-table-limit
Description Specifies the maximum number of alarms that can be stored in
alarmClearTable.
Usage Specify a number from 1 through 200. The default is 100.
Example set alarm-clear-table-limit = 150
Location SNMP
alarm-enabled
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit traps alarm events and sends a trap
protocol data unit (PDU) to the SNMP manager. The Ascend Enterprise MIB defines
the following alarm events. For a complete list, see the Stinger Administration Guide or
the Ascend Enterprise MIB.
Alarm event
Indicates that the unit
coldStart
(RFC-1215 trap-type 0)
Is reinitializing itself in such a way that it might
alter the configuration of either the SNMP manager or the unit.
warmStart
(RFC-1215 trap-type 1)
Is reinitializing itself so that neither the configuration of the SNMP manager nor that of the unit
will change.
linkDown
(RFC-1215 trap-type 2)
Recognizes a failure in one of the communication
links represented in the SNMP manager’s configuration.
linkUp
(RFC-1215 trap-type 3)
Recognizes that one of the communication links
represented in the SNMP manager's configuration has come up.
frDLCIStatusChange
(RFC-1315 trap-type 1)
Recognizes that one of the virtual circuits has
changed states. The link has been created, invalidated, or toggled between the active and inactive
states.
eventTableOverwrite
(Lucent trap-type 16)
Detected that a new event has overwritten an
unread event. Once sent, additional overwrites
will not cause another trap to be sent until at least
one table’s worth of new events has occurred.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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alarm-led-major
yes (the default)—Specifies that the Stinger unit sends alarm-event traps to the
host specified in the host-address parameter setting in the TRAP profile.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not send alarm-event traps.
Example set alarm-enabled = no
Location TRAP
alarm-led-major
Description Specifies the behavior of the MAJOR alarm status light when the
system detects a major alarm.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
on—The major alarm status light illuminates when the system detects the event
specified by event in the alarm profile.
off (the default)—The major alarm status light remains off when the system
detects an event.
Example set alarm-led-major = on
Location ALARM:action
alarm-led-minor
Description Specifies the behavior of the MINOR alarm status light when the
system detects a minor alarm.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
on—The minor alarm status light illuminates when the system detects the event
specified by event in the alarm profile.
off (the default)—The minor alarm status light remains off when the system
detects an event.
Example set alarm-led-minor = on
Location ALARM:action
alarm-relay-major
Description Specifies the behavior of the major alarm relay.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
on—Sets the relay for the major alarm circuit to close when the system detects
the condition specified by event.
off (the default)—Sets the relay for the major alarm circuit to ignore the
condition specified by event.
Example set alarm-relay-major = on
Location ALARM:action
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alarm-relay-major-duration
alarm-relay-major-duration
Description Specifies the number of seconds that the Stinger unit leaves
alarm-relay-major in the position specified in the alarm-relay-major parameter.
Usage Specify an integer. The default is 0 (zero), which directs the Stinger unit to
leave the alarm set indefinitely.
Example set alarm-relay-major-duration = 30
Location ALARM:action
alarm-relay-minor
Description Specifies the behavior of the minor alarm relay.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
on—Sets the relay for the minor alarm circuit to close when the system detects
the condition specified by event.
off (the default)—Sets the relay for the minor alarm circuit to ignore the
condition specified by event.
Example set alarm-relay-minor = on
Location ALARM:action
alarm-relay-minor-duration
Description Specifies the number of seconds that the Stinger unit leaves
alarm-relay-minor in the position specified in the alarm-relay-minor parameter.
Usage Specify a number. The default is 0 (zero), which directs the Stinger unit to
leave the alarm set indefinitely.
Example set alarm-relay-minor-duration = 30
Location ALARM:action
alarm-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the status of the alarm specified by alarm-id.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
alarm-active—Indicates that the alarm is active and appropriate action has been
taken (setting status lights or closing relays).
alarm-acknowledged—Indicates that the alarm has been acknowledged by the
user.
Example alarm-state = alarm-active
Note You can acknowledge the alarm by using the alarm -a command.
Location ALARM-STAT
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alcatel-us-413-boost
alcatel-us-413-boost
Description Provides an increase in upstream rate in T1.413 mode for 24 or 48-port
Annex A line interface modules (LIMs) based on the Globespan chip set when
connected to Alcatel customer premises equipment (CPE).
Caution This parameter is irrelevant for any other situation. Use it with extreme
caution.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
new—Use with firmware releases 3.6.7.0 or later.
old—Use with firmware release earlier than 3.6.7.0.
unknown—Lucent Technologies recommends that this value be used for all
firmware releases. This is the default value.
Example set alcatel-us-413-boost = old
Location AL-DMT:line-config
al-dmtadsl-atm
Description Controls whether code images for ADSL line interface modules (LIMs)
are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Loads the code image if there is a module installed of that type. This is the
default.
load—Loads the image when one is present in the tar file
skip—Skips the code image when one is present in the tar file
Example set al-dmtadsl-atm = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
alias-name
Description Specifies a name to represent the address identified the atm-addr-alias
profile. This parameter provides a more convenient way of accessing the ATM
address.
Usage Specify a string of up to 20 characters. The default is null.
Example set alias-name = node1alias
Location ATM-ADDR-ALIAS
allow-as-client-dns-info
Description Enables or disables an exit mechanism to local servers if the client
Domain Name System (DNS) servers are not found. To isolate local network
information, set this parameter to false.
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allow-auth-config-rqsts
When specified in a vrouter profile, this DNS setting is exclusive to the virtual router.
If DNS settings are not specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual router uses the DNS
settings defined in the ip-global profile
Usage Valid values are as follows:
true (the default)—Makes the local DNS servers accessible to PPP connections if
the client DNS servers are unavailable.
false—Does not make local DNS servers accessible to PPP connections if the
client DNS servers are unavailable.
Example set allow-as-client-dns-info = false
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
allow-auth-config-rqsts
Description Specifies whether the unit allows external configuration requests in
authentication processing.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Specifies that the unit allows external configuration requests
in authentication processing.
no—Specifies that the unit does not allow external configuration requests in
authentication processing.
Example set allow-auth-config-rqsts = no
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
allow-code
Description Specifies whether permission to upload code to the Stinger unit and
use the following code-level commands is enabled or disabled:
format—Prepares a flash card for use.
fsck—Checks the file system on a flash card.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants permission to upload code to the Stinger unit.
no (the default)—Denies permission to upload code to the Stinger unit.
Example set allow-code = yes
Location USER
allow-debug
Description Enables or disables user access to debug commands.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
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allow-diagnostic
no—User cannot use debug commands. This is the default value.
yes—User can use debug commands.
Example set allow-debug
= yes
Location USER
allow-diagnostic
Description Specifies permission to all commands with a permission level of
diagnostic, including the following:
Command
Description
clock-source
Display clock-source statistics.
debug
Enable or disable diagnostic output.
device
Start or halt a device.
ether-display
Display the contents of received Ethernet packets.
if-admin
Administer an interface.
open
Start a session with a line interface or trunk module.
ping
Ping the specified host.
slot
Administer a line interface or trunk module.
telnet
Open a Telnet session.
traceroute
Display route statistics.
uptime
Report how long the system has been operational and how
long individual modules have been operational.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants permission to use diagnostic commands.
no (the default)—Denies permission to use diagnostic commands.
Example set allow-diagnostic = yes
Location USER
allow-empty-passwords
Description Whether empty password are allowed for secure shell authentication.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants Secure Shell (SSH) access without password authentication. This
setting is insecure.
no (the default)—Passwords are required for SSH access.
Example set allow-empty-passwords = yes
Location SSH-SERVER-CONFIG
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allow-guaranteed-up-stream-bandwidth
allow-guaranteed-up-stream-bandwidth
Description Specifies the guaranteed upstream bandwidth for a slot.
Usage Specify an integer in kilobits per second from 0 to 599040. The default is
42500Kbps for each line interface module (LIM), which distributes the sum of
599040Kbps across the 14 LIM slots. Typically, slots with a high requirement for
real-time traffic need high guaranteed bandwidth.
Example set allow-guaranteed-up-stream-bandwidth = 80000
Dependencies Even when the system is heavily loaded or the network is congested,
the slot should be able to send upstream traffic at the rate of the specified
allow-guaranteed-up-stream-bandwidth value. The total of all guaranteed upstream
bandwidth for all slots cannot exceed the maximum upstream capacity of the system.
Location SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
allow-max-up-stream-bandwidth
Description Specifies the maximum upstream bandwidth for the slot.
Usage Specify a value in kilobits per second (Kbps) from 1000 to 599040. The
default is 70,000Kbps for each line interface module (LIM), and 1000Kbps for each
control module.
Example set allow-max-up-stream-bandwidth = 80000
Dependencies For some LIMs, the default allow-max-up-stream-bandwidth setting
of 70Mbps is too low, which can cause a fully loaded LIM to drop upstream data cells.
For any LIM that supports upstream bandwidth greater than 70Mbps, you must
modify the default setting for the allow-max-up-stream-bandwidth parameter to
prevent the module from dropping data cells when it is fully loaded.
Note A 155Mb throughput on a LIM is not guaranteed traffic. If a LIM allows traffic
up to that limit, the system makes a best-effort attempt to deliver it.
Location SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
allow-password
Description Specifies permission to view passwords.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants permission to view passwords.
no (the default)—Denies permission to view passwords.
Example set allow-password = yes
Location USER
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allow-system
allow-system
Description Enables or disables permission to use all commands with a permission
level of system, including the following:
Command
Description
arptable
Display or modify the Stinger address resolution protocol
(ARP) table.
clr-history
Clear the fatal-error history log.
connection
Display the connection-status window.
dir
List profiles and profile types.
dircode
Show the contents of the PCMCIA module code.
fatal-history
List the fatal-error history log.
get
Display settings in a profile.
iproute
Add or delete IP routes.
line
Display the line-status window.
list
List settings in the working profile.
log
Display and control the event-log window.
netstat
Display the routing or interface tables.
new
Create a new profile.
read
Make the specified profile the working profile.
refresh
Refresh the remote configuration.
set
Specify a value.
show
Show shelves, slots, ports, or items.
status
Display the system status or hide the status window.
userstat
Display user session status.
version
Display software-version information.
view
Change the contents of a status window.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants permission to use system commands.
no—Denies permission to use system commands. This is the default.
Example set allow-system = yes
Location USER
allow-termserv
Description Not used. Enables or disables permission to use the terminal server and
its commands.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants permission to use the terminal server and its commands.
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allow-unencrypted-tunnel-password
no—Denies permission to use the terminal server and its commands. This is the
default.
Example set allow-termserv = yes
Location USER
allow-unencrypted-tunnel-password
Description Enables or disables acceptance of unencrypted tunnel passwords from
RADIUS.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
no (the default)—Only encrypted tunnel passwords from RADIUS are accepted.
yes—Unencrypted or encrypted tunnel-passwords are accepted from RADIUS.
Example set allow-unencrypted-tunnel-password = yes
Dependencies When this parameter is set to yes, RADIUS must encrypt the tunnel
password before sending out to the tunnel server.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
allow-update
Description Specifies permission to use all commands with a permission level of
update, including the following:
Command
Description
date
Set the system date.
delete
Delete the specified profile.
load
Load code or saved configuration to flash.
nvram
Clear the configuration and reboot the system.
reset
Reboot the system.
save
Save a profile for a future restore.
write
Store the working profile and save changes.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Grants permission to use update commands.
no—Denies permission to use update commands. This is the default.
Example set allow-update = yes
Location USER
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alpha-cell-delin-value
alpha-cell-delin-value
Description Specifies the number of consecutive cells with incorrect header error
control (HEC) that must be reached before the Stinger unit leaves the SYNC state
(where the Stinger unit has correctly recognized cell boundaries) to go to the HUNT
state (where the Stinger unit is still searching for the cell boundary) in an ATM
connection.
Not used on the SHDSL with IMA capability LIM.
Usage Specify a number from one to 16. The default is 7.
Example alpha-cell-delin-value = 7
Location IMAHW-CONFIG
alpha-ima-value
Description Specifies the number of consecutive invalid IMA Control Protocol (ICP)
cells that the Stinger unit must detect before changing to inverse multiplexing ATM
(IMA) HUNT state (cell-by-cell validation) from the SYNC state (frame-by-frame
validation).
Usage Specify the number 1 (one) or the number 2. The default is 2.
Example set alpha-ima-value = 1
Location IMAHW-CONFIG
annexb-anfp-enabled
Description Parameter for internal use only.
Location HDSL2:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
annexb-dmtadsl
Description Not used. Specifies whether code images for 12-port Annex B ADSL line
interface modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Load the code image if there is a module installed of that type. This is the
default.
load—Load the code image when one is present in the tar file.
skip—Skip the code image when one is present in the tar file.
Example set annexb-dmtadsl = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
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ans-default
ans-default
Description Not used.
Location CONNECTION:answer-options
ansi-adsl-ver
Description Read-only. Indicates the supported issue of the ANSI T1.413 standard
(issue 2).
Usage The ansi-adsl-ver value is read-only.
Example ansi-adsl-ver = 2
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
answer-number-1
Description Specifies the first telephone number to be used for the analog device
attached to the Stinger unit. The Stinger unit uses this number, or the value in
answer-number-2, to route all calls it receives with this number to the device.
Usage Enter a telephone number of up to 24 characters.
Example set answer-number-1 = 747-5775
Location
IDSL:line-interface
answer-number-2
Description Specifies a second telephone number to be used for the analog device
attached to the Stinger unit. The Stinger unit uses this number, or the value in
answer-number-1, to route all calls it receives with this number to the device.
Usage Enter a telephone number of up to 24 characters.
Example set answer-number-2 = 747-5776
Location
IDSL:line-interface
answer-originate
Description Not supported. Specifies whether the connection profile allows dial-out
capability.
Location CONNECTION:telco-options
apply-to
Description Specifies the direction in which type-of-service (TOS) settings are
enabled.
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aps-cfg-creation-time
Usage Specify one of the following values:
input (the default)—Set bits in packets received on the interface.
output—Set bits in packets transmitted on the interface.
both—Set bits in packets sent and received on the interface.
Example set apply-to = both
Dependencies For this setting to apply, TOS and IP routing must be enabled in the
connection profile.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:tos-options
aps-cfg-creation-time
Description Read-only. A timestamp that indicates the amount of time that has
elapsed since the creation of the aps-config profile in automatic protection switching
(APS). The TAOS timestamp shows the number of ticks since December 1, 1990.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 through 2147483647.
Example aps-cfg-creation-time = 356537747
Location APS-STAT
aps-channel-low-direction
Description Read-only. Indicates the state of lockout of the working (LOW)
direction in the automatic protection (APS) system.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows
low-none (the default)—No lock out of the working channel in either direction
currently exists.
low-recv—There is a lock out of the working channel in the receive direction.
low-send—There is a lock out of the working channel in the send direction.
low-both—There is a lock out of the working channel in the both directions.
Example aps-channel-low-direction = none
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-channel-recv-ais-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of Alarm Indication signal (AIS)-L
errors received on the channel.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 through 2147483647.
The default is 0.
Example aps-channel-recv-ais-count = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
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aps-channel-recv-rdi-count
aps-channel-recv-rdi-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of restricted digital information (RDI)-L
received on the protection channel.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 through 2147483647.
The default is 0.
Example aps-channel-recv-rdi-count = 2
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-channel-recv-sd-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of signal degrade conditions (line
bit-error rates beyond the configured threshold) received over the K1K2 automatic
protection switching (APS) channel from the far-end.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 through 2147483647.
The default is 0.
Example aps-channel-rec-sf-condition = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-channel-recv-sf-condition
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of signal degrade conditions (line
bit-error rates beyond the configured threshold) received over the K1K2 APS channel
from the far-end.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 through 2147483647.
The default is 0.
Example aps-channel-rec-sf-condition = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-channel-recv-sf-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of signal failure condition—loss of
signal, loss of frame, Alarm Indication signal (AIS)-L or bit-error rate (BER)
exceeding the configured threshold— received on the channel.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 through 2147483647.
The default is 0.
Example aps-channel-rec-sf-condition = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
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aps-channel-sd-condition
aps-channel-sd-condition
Description Read-only. Indicates whether there is currently a signal degrade
condition—line bit-error rates beyond the configured threshold—received over the
K1K2 APS channel from the far end.
Usage Values for this read-only parameter are true and false.
Example aps-channel-sd-condition = false
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-channel-sf-condition
Description Read-only. Indicates whether there is currently a signal-failure
condition—loss of signal, loss of frame, Alarm Indication signal (AIS)-L or bit-error
rate (BER)— exceeding the configured threshold.
Usage The values for this read-only parameter are true and false.
Example aps-channel-sf-condition = false
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-channel-status
Description Read-only. Indicates the current status of the channel (port).
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
on-protection—The channel is currently switched to the protection channel.
on-working—The channel is currently switched to the working channel.
Example aps-channel-status = on-working
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
aps-config-name
Description Does one of the following:
In the OC3-ATM profile, configures the protection group in a channel using
automatic protection switching (APS).
The protection group is created for each OC3-ATM trunk port on the trunk
aggregation module (TRAM) when the aps-config profile is configured and
activated, and is referred to from one of the OC3-ATM profiles.
In the OC3-ATM-STAT profile, indicates the name of the APS group.
Usage Specify the name of the aps-config profile.
Example set aps-config-name = pg1
Location OC3-ATM
OC3-ATM-STAT
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aps-enabled
aps-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates the license status of the automatic protection
switching (APS) feature.
Usage Read-only parameter with the following values:
no—APS feature is not enabled.
yes (the default)—APS feature is enabled.
Example aps-enabled = yes
Location BASE
aps-state
Description Indicates the current state of the protection group.
Usage Values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
unknown— The state of protection group is unknown. Occurs when, for example,
protection group is not started.
on-protection— The active channel is currently the protection channel.
on-working— The active channel is currently the working channel.
Example aps-state = on-working
Location APS-STAT
area
Description Specifies the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) area that the connection
or interface belongs to.
Usage Specify an area ID in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0, which
represents the backbone network.
Example set area = 0.0.0.1
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
area-id
Description Specifies the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) area ID for this area
range.
Usage Specify an area ID in dotted decimal notation. Area numbers are not IP
addresses, although they use a similar format. The area ID of 0.0.0.0 is reserved for
the backbone.
Example set area-id = 0.0.0.2
Location OSPF-AREA-RANGE
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area-network-addr
area-network-addr
Description Specifies a network address range belonging to an area within an Open
Shortest Path First (OSPF) autonomous system (AS). Network addresses with the
same area id belong to the same OSPF area.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. If the area represents a
network subnet, enter the IP network number of the network subnet.
Example set area-network-addr = 192.168.200.0
Location OSPF-AREA-RANGE
area-network-mask
Description Specifies the subnet mask for a network address range belonging to an
area within an Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) autonomous system (AS).
Usage Specify a subnet mask in dotted decimal notation.
Example set area-network-mask = 255.255.255.0
Location OSPF-AREA-RANGE
area-type
Description Specifies the type of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) area that the
connection or interface belongs to.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
normal (the default)—The router maintains information about external routes.
stub—All external routes are summarized by a default route. A stub area is
similar to a regular area, except that the routers do not enter external routes in
the area’s databases. For an area that has only one exit point, you need not
maintain information about external routes.
nssa—An OSPF not-so-stubby area (NSSA).
Example set area-type = normal
Dependencies You must set area-type consistently on all OSPF routers within the
area. If you change the OSPF area-type from normal to nssa or vice versa, you must
reset the system for the change to take effect.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
as-boundary-router
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit performs autonomous system border
router (ASBR) calculations.
ASBRs perform calculations related to external routes. Normally, when the Stinger
unit imports external routes from Routing Information Protocol (RIP), it performs the
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ascend-adsl-trap-enabled
ASBR calculations for those routes. However, you can use the as-boundary-router
setting to prevent the Stinger unit from performing ASBR calculations.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
yes (the default)—The Stinger unit performs ASBR calculations.
no—The Stinger unit does not perform ASBR calculations.
Example set as-boundary-router = no
Location IP-GLOBAL:ospf-global
ascend-adsl-trap-enabled
Description Enables or disables sending of the ADSL remote power-down trap
(notification) and Ascend-specific ADSL link-down trap to the identified host.
Usage Select one of the following values:
yes—Enables sending of the trap.
no—Disables sending of the trap. This is the default value.
Example set ascend-adsl-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
ascend-cac-fail-trap-enabled
Description Enables or disables sending of a trap (notification) whenever a
connection admission control (CAC) failure occurs for an Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) connection.
Usage Select one of the following values:
yes—Enables sending of the trap.
no—Disables sending of the trap. This is the default value.
Example set ascend-cac-fail-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
ascend-enabled
Description Specifies whether the Stinger SNMP agent generates a trap
(notification) to indicate a change of state in a host interface. All port connections are
monitored by the system and reported by means of this trap.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that a trap is generated to indicate a change of state in a host
interface. This is the default.
no—Specifies that a trap is not generated to indicate a change of state in a host
interface.
Example set ascend-enabled = no
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ascend-flash-card-trap-enabled
Dependencies If you set ascend-enabled to yes, you must also set port-enabled in
the trap profile to yes.
Location TRAP
ascend-flash-card-trap-enabled
Description Enables/disables the Stinger unit from generating a trap whenever you
insert or remove a flash card from a control module.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Enables trap generation.
no—Disables trap generation.
Example set ascend-flash-card-trap-enabled = no
Location TRAP
ascend-hashcode-mismatch-trap-enabled
Description Enables/disables the sending of a trap if the primary and secondary
control modules have different software licenses enabled. By default, the sytem does
not send a trap when the primary and secondary control modules have different
software licenses enabled (this parameter is set to no). Specify yes to enable the
system to send a trap.
Note If ascend-hashcode-mismatch-trap-enabled is enabled, the system sends only
a single trap for all instances of mismatched software licenses between the control
modules.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables trap generation.
no (the default)—Disables trap generation.
Example set ascend-hashcode-mismatch-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
ascend-link-down-trap-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system sends the Ascend link-down trap
(notification) to the identified host when a failure occurs in a communication link
between the unit and the SNMP manager.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—The system sends the Ascend link-down trap to the host.
no (the default)—The system does not send the Ascend link-down trap to the
host.
Example set ascend-link-down-trap-enabled = yes
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ascend-link-up-trap-enabled
Dependencies The linkdown-enabled parameter must be set to yes for this trap to
be enabled.
Location TRAP
ascend-link-up-trap-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system sends the Ascend link-up trap
(notification) to the identified host when the communication link between the unit
and the SNMP manager is reestablished.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—The system sends the Ascend link-up trap to the host.
no (the default)—The system does not send the Ascend link-up trap to the host.
Example set ascend-link-uptrap-enabled = yes
Dependencies The linkup-enabled parameter must be set to yes for this trap to be
enabled.
Location TRAP
ascend-sw-mismatch-trap-enabled
Description Enables/disables the sending of a trap if the primary and secondary
control modules have different software versions. By default, the sytem does not
send a trap when the primary and secondary control modules have different software
versions (this parameter is set to no). Specify yes to enable the system to send a trap.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables trap generation.
no (the default)—Disables trap generation.
Example set ascend-sw-mismatch-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
ase-tag
Description Specifies the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) autonomous system
external (ASE) tag for the link. The tag is attached to each external route.
The ase-tag setting is not used by the OSPF protocol itself. Area border routers
(ABRs) can use it to filter a record.
Usage Specify a 32-bit hexadecimal number. The default is c0:00:00:00.
Example set ase-tag = c8000000
CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
IP-ROUTE
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ase-type
ase-type
Description Specifies the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) autonomous system
external (ASE) type of the link state advertisement (LSA).
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
Type-1 (the default)—Specifies a type 1 external metric. This metric is expressed
in the same units as the link-state metric.
Type-2—Specifies a type 2 external metric. This metric is considered larger than
any link-state path. Using a type 2 external metric assumes that routing between
autonomous systems is the major cost of routing a packet. A type 2 metric
eliminates the need for conversion of external costs to internal link-state metrics.
Example set ase-type = type-1
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
IP-ROUTE
Location GBONDGROUP
asm-version
Description Version of the Autonomous Synchronous Message control protocol.
Currently supported version is 1 as per ITU-T G.998.1[pre-published].
Usage This is a read-only parameter.
Example asm-version = 1
assign-address
Description Enables or disables dynamic IP address assignment for incoming calls.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Assigns dynamic IP addresses to incoming calls as required.
no (the default)—Disables dynamic IP address assignment.
Example set assign-address = yes
Dependencies The unit must have at least one configured pool of IP addresses. You
can configure the pool locally or in RADIUS.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ip-answer
assign-count[n]
Description An array of 128 elements, each of which can specify the number of
host addresses contained in one IP address pool. For each pool, a contiguous block of
addresses must be available, starting with the address you specify by using the
pool-base-address parameter. The addresses in a pool are available for dynamic
assignment to callers.
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assignment-id
When specified in a vrouter profile, address pools are exclusive to that virtual router.
If address pools are not specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual router(s) can share
the address pools defined in the ip-global profile.
Usage For each pool, specify a number from 0 through 65535. The default is 0
(zero).
Example set assign-count 1 = 25
set pool-base-address = 1.1.1.125
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
assignment-id
Description In a Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) mobile-client profile, this
parameter specifies an identification (name) assigned to tunnels to allow grouping
sessions. The value has local significance only. It is not transmitted to the remote
tunnel end point.
Usage Specify a name of up to 31 characters. The default is null.
Example set assignment-id = xyzserver
Dependencies This setting applies only when tunneling-protocol is set to
l2tp-protocol and profile-type is set to mobile-client.
Location CONNECTION:tunnel-options
assign-vpi-vci
Description Specifies whether the virtual path identifier and virtual channel
identifier (VPI-VCI) of the signaling virtual channel connection (VCC) is assigned
locally or by the remote peer.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the local stack assigns the VPI-VCI. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the remote peer assigns the VPI-VCI
Example set assign-vpi-vci = yes
Location ATM-IF-SIG-PARAMS[n]:q2931-options
async-analog-profile
Description Specifies the connection profile name for asynchronous framing and
analog bearer dial-out request.
Usage Specify an alphanumeric text string of up to 31 characters. The default value
is blank.
Example set async-analog-profile = analog_name
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async-control-char-map
Location TUNNEL-SERVER:dialout-options
async-control-char-map
Description Read-only. A 4-byte (32-bit) field that indicates which of the 32 control
codes are not to be sent in the clear.
Usage Read-only parameter consisting of four pairs of hexadecimal digits.
Example async-control-char-map = 12:34:56:78
Location CONNECTION:ppp-options
async-digital-profile
Description Specifies the connection profile name for asynchronous framing and
digital bearer dial-out request.
Usage Specify an alphanumeric text string of up to 31 characters. The default value
is blank.
Example set async-analog-profile = analog_name
Location TUNNEL-SERVER:dialout-options
at-answer-string
Description Not used.
atm1483type
Description Specifies the multiplexing method for carrying multiple protocols over
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) circuits by means of the ATM adaptation layer 5
(AAL5). Stinger systems support the encapsulation methods for carrying routed PDUs
in the payload field of ATM adaptation layer (AAL) type 5 defined in RFC 2684,
Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
aal5-llc—Specifies that system identifies the protocols by prefixing the protocol
data unit (PDU) with an IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) header. This is
the default.
aal5-vc—Specifies that the system performs higher-layer protocol multiplexing
by creating separate ATM virtual circuits (virtual circuit multiplexing).
Example set atm1483type = aal5-vc
Location CONNECTION:atm-options
CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
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atm-circuit-profile
atm-circuit-profile
Description Specifies the name of a connection profile that defines an
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) circuit between a WAN interface and an ATM
internal interface. These ATM circuits are used to switch incoming traffic directly
from a WAN interface to a module that can process the data stream, such as a router
module to route an IP data stream.
Usage Specify the name of a connection profile. The default value is an empty
string.
Caution Currently, only ISDN digital subscriber line (IDSL) and router modules
support ATM internal interfaces. This parameter has meaning in the atm-options
subprofile only. Although it also appears in the atm-connect-options subprofile, the
parameter is not used and must be left at the default null value.
Example set atm-circuit-profile = ckt-7
Location CONNECTION:atm-options
CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
atm-direct-enabled
Description Specifies whether the ATM direct feature is enabled.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
yes—Specifies that ATM direct is enabled.
no—Specifies that ATM direct is disabled. This is the default value.
Example set atm-direct-enabled = yes
Location CONNECTION:atm-options
atm-direct-profile
Description Specifies the name of the ATM connection profile to be used for the
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) direct connection.
Usage Specify a name of up to 31 characters
Example set atm-direct-profile = atmdirect
Location CONNECTION:atm-options
CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
atm-enabled
Description Specifies whether Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is enabled for
the connection.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that ATM is enabled for the connection. This is the default.
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atm-if-delay
no—Specifies that ATM is not enabled for the connection.
Example set atm-enabled = no
Dependencies If the encapsulation-protocol parameter in the connection profile
is not set to atm or atm-circuit, the value specified by atm-enabled does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:atm-options
CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
atm-if-delay
Description Specifies the minimum time in seconds for IMA data cell rate (IDCR)
changes between the subsequent ATM layer. This parameter pertains to inverse
multiplexing ATM (IMA).
Not used on the SHDSL LIM with IMA capability.
Usage The valid range is from 0 (zero) through 2147483647. The default is 0.
Example set atm-if-delay = 0
Location IMAGROUP
atm-ima-alarm-trap-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system sends the inverse multiplexing ATM
(IMA) alarm trap (notification) to the identified host.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—The system sends the IMA alarm trap to the host.
no (the default)—The system does not send IMA alarm trap to the host.
Example set atm-ima-alarm-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
atmp-enabled
Description Indicates the license status for Ascend Tunneling Management Protocol
(ATMP) tunnel protocol.
Usage Read-only parameter with the license enabled by default.
enabled— ATMP tunnel protocol is enabled.
disabled—ATMP tunnel protocol is not enabled.
Example atmp-enabled = enabled
Location BASE
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atmp-ha-rip
atmp-ha-rip
Description In an Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol (ATMP) Home Agent
gateway profile, this parameter enables or disables construction of mobile-client
routes in RIP-v2 responses to the home router. When this feature is enabled, the
Home Agent informs the home router about routes to its mobile clients and saves the home
router from maintaining a static route for each ATMP mobile client.
This feature also provides the basis for a resilient configuration, in which a secondary
Home Agent can take over for a primary Home Agent if the primary agent becomes
unavailable.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
rip-off (the default)—Does not construct routes to mobile clients by using RIP.
rip-send-v2—Sends the home router RIP-v2 response packets specifying
mobile-client routes. The routes specify a mobile-client IP address and subnet
mask, with the next hop set to 0.0.0.0 and the metric set to 1.
Example set atmp-ha-rip = rip-send-v2
Dependencies Consider the following:
This parameter does not apply unless profile-type is set to gateway-profile.
The ip-options rip parameter must be set to routing-off so that the home
router does not send RIP updates to the Home Agent, which does not inspect
them. Otherwise, RIP updates are forwarded, incorrectly, to the mobile clients.
Location CONNECTION:tunnel-options
atmp-sap-reply
Description Not supported. Enables or disables a Home Agent’s ability to reply to an
IPX Nearest Server query.
Location ATMP
atmp-snmp-trap
Description Enables or disables the following SNMP traps for the Ascend Tunnel
Management Protocol (ATMP):
atmpMaxTunnelExceeded (27)—Generated when the number of tunnels to a home
network exceeds the maximum value.
atmpAgentErrorSen (28)—Generated when errors have occurred at the agent
level or with tunnel creation and are sent to the peer agent.
atmpAgentErrorRecvTrap (29)—Generated when errors are received from the
peer agent.
Usage Specify yes or no. The default value is no.
yes— Enables ATMP SNMP traps.
no—Does not enable ATMP SNMP traps.
Example set atmp-snmp-trap = yes
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atm-pvc-failure-trap-enabled
Location ATMP
atm-pvc-failure-trap-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system sends the permanent virtual circuit (PVC)
or soft PVC (SPVC) failure trap (notification) to the identified host.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—The system sends the PVC or soft PVC failure trap to the host.
no (the default)—The system does not send the PVC or soft PVC failure trap to
the host.
Example set atm-pvc-failure-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
atm-qos-rate-unit
Description Specifies the cell rate mode accepted in atm-qos profiles.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
kbps - The following atm-qos cell-rate parameters are user-writable:
–
peak-rate-kbits-per-sec
–
sustainable-rate-kbits-per-sec
–
minimum-rate-kbits-per-sec
The system internally derives corresponding CPS values from these settings, and
ignores user settings expressed in CPS. This is the default value.
cps - The following atm-qos cell-rate parameters are user writable:
–
peak-cell-rate-cells-per-sec
–
sustainable-cell-rate-cells-per-sec
–
minimum-cell-rate-cells-per-sec
The system internally derives corresponding Kbps values from these settings, and
ignores user settings expressed in Kbps..
Example set atm-qos-rate-unit = cps
Dependencies Cell rate values (PCR, SCR, and MCR) are expressed in paired sets of
parameters in atm-qos profiles. Each cell rate is expressed in kilobits per second
(kbps) and a corresponding cells per second (cps) value. Only one of each pair of
parameters is user-writable, depending on atm-qos-rate-unit setting.
Note A system reset is recommended after changing the value of this parameter.
Location SYSTEM
atm-service-category
Description Specifies the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) service class for the
quality of service (QoS) contract. Also referred to as ATM service category.
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attenuation-down
Usage Valid values are as follows:
cbr—Specifies constant bit rate, a service class for connections that depend on
precise clocking to ensure undistorted delivery of bits. This is the default.
vbr-rt—Specifies variable bit rate-real time a service class that handles the
packaging of special delay-sensitive applications (such as packet video) that
require low cell-delay variation between endpoints.
vbr-nrt—Specifies a service class that handles packaging for the transfer of long,
bursty data streams over a pre-established ATM connection.
ubr—Specifies unspecified bit rate, a service class that handles bursty LAN traffic,
as well as data that accepts delays and cell loss. It is a best-effort service that does
not specify bit rates or traffic values, and offers no QoS guarantees.
Example set atm-service-category = ubr
Dependencies If encapsulation-protocol is not set to ATM or ATM-Circuit,
atm-service-category does not apply.
Dependencies If traffic-descriptor-type is set to clp-notagging-mcr,
atm-service-category must be set to vbr-nrt. If it is set to any other value, the
system rejects the profile and displays an error message.
Location ATM-QOS
attenuation-down
Description Read-only. Indicates the current downstream attenuation in decibels.
Use this parameter to check the decrease in power of the signal in the downstream
communication.
Usage The attenuation-down value is read-only.
Example attenuation-down = 6
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-statistic
attenuation-up
Description Read-only. Indicates the current upstream attenuation in decibels. Use
this parameter to check the decrease in power of the signal in the upstream
communication.
Usage The attenuation-up value is read-only.
Example attenuation-up = 41
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-statistic
atuc-15min-ess
Description Specifies the number of errored seconds encountered by a DSL
interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) notification (trap) is sent
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atuc-15min-lofs
Usage One notification is sent per interval per interface. A value of zero (0) disables
the notification. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atuc-15min-ess = 10
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-15min-lofs
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-frame seconds encountered by a DSL
interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) notification (trap) is sent.
Usage One notification is sent per 15 minute interval per interface. A value of 0
disables the trap. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atuc-15min-lofs = 10
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-15min-lols
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-link seconds encountered by a DSL
interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) notification (trap) is sent.
Usage One notification is sent per interval per interface. A value of 0 disables the
notification. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atuc-15min-lols = 20
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-15min-loss
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-signal-seconds encountered by a DSL
interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) notification (trap) is sent.
Usage One notification is sent per 15-minute interval per interface. A value of 0
disables the trap. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atuc-15min-loss = 28
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-15min-lprs
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-power seconds encountered by a DSL
interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) notification (trap) is sent
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atuc-fast-rate-down
Usage One notification is sent per interval per interface. A value of 0 disables the
notification. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atuc-15min-lprs = 10
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-fast-rate-down
Description Specifies the amount of change in rate of a fast channel that must occur
to cause a notification (trap) to be sent. A notification is produced when the value of
atuc-fast-rate-down exceeds the value of an internal parameter based on the
channel rate down.
Usage Enter a value from zero (0) through 2147483647. A value of 0 disables the
trap.
Example set atuc-fast-rate-down = 0
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-fast-rate-up
Description Specifies the amount of change in rate of a fast channel that must occur
to cause a notification (trap) to be sent. A notification is produced when the value of
atuc-fast-rate-up exceeds the value of an internal parameter based on the channel
rate up.
Usage Enter a value from 0 through 2147483647. A value of 0 disables the trap.
Example set atuc-fast-rate-up = 0
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-init-failure-trap
Description Enables/disables InitFailureTrap.
Usage Specify enable or disable.
Example set atuc-init-failure-trap = disable
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-interleave-rate-up
Description Specifies the amount of change in rate of an interleaved channel that
must occur to cause a notification (trap) to be sent. A notification is produced when
the value of atuc-interleave-rate-up exceeds the value of an internal parameter
based on the channel rate up.
Usage Enter a value from zero (0) through 2147483647. A value of 0 disables the
trap.
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atuc-interleave-rate-down
Example set atuc-interleave-rate-up = 0
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atuc-interleave-rate-down
Description Specifies the amount of change in rate of an interleaved channel that
must occur to cause a notification (trap) to be sent. A notification is produced when
the value of atuc-interleave-rate-down exceeds the value of an internal parameter
based on the channel rate down.
Usage Enter a value from zero (0) through 2147483647. A value of 0 disables the
trap.
Example set atuc-interleave-rate-down = 0
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atu-r
Description Read-only. Indicates the results of the ADSL transceiver unit-remote
(ATU-R) test.
Usage Read-only parameter with the following values:
no—ATU-R is not present.
yes—ATU-R is present.
Example atu-r = yes
Dependencies This test is valid only for ADSL line interface modules (LIMs).
Location CLT-RESULT
atur-15min-ess
Description Specifies the number of errored seconds encountered by a remote
ADSL interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification is sent.
Usage One notification is sent per interval per interface. A value of zero (0) disables
the notification. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atur-15min-ess = 10
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-15min-lofs
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-frame seconds encountered by a remote
ADSL interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification is sent.
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atur-15min-loss
Usage One notification is sent per 15-minute interval per interface. A value of 0
disables the trap. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atur-15min-lofs = 10
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-15min-loss
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-signal-seconds encountered by a
remote ADSL interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification is sent.
Usage One notification is sent per 15-minute interval per interface. A value of 0
disables the trap. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atur-15min-loss = 28
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-15min-lprs
Description Specifies the number of loss-of-power seconds encountered by a
remote ADSL interface within any given 15-minute data collection period before a
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification is sent
Usage One notification is sent per interval per interface. A value of 0 disables the
notification. Enter a value from 0 through 900.
Example set atur-15min-lprs = 10
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-fast-rate-down
Description Specifies the decrease in rate of a fast channel that will cause a trap to
be sent.
Usage Specify a value from 0 to 4294967295. A value of 0 disables the trap.
Example set atuc-fast-rate-down = 0
Dependencies This parameter applies to fast channels only.
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-fast-rate-up
Description Specifies the increase in rate of a fast channel that will cause a trap to
be sent.
Usage Specify a value from 0 to 4294967295. A value of 0 disables the trap.
Example set atuc-fast-rate-up = 0
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atur-interleave-rate-down
Dependencies This threshold applies to fast channels only.
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-interleave-rate-down
Description Specifies the decrease in rate of an interleaved channel that will cause a
trap to be sent.
Usage Specify a value from 0 to 4294967295. A value of 0 disables the trap.
Example set atur-interleave-rate-down = 0
Dependencies This parameter applies to interleaved channels only.
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
atur-interleave-rate-up
Description Specifies the increase in rate of an interleaved channel that will cause a
trap to be sent.
Usage Specify a value from 0 to 4294967295. A value of 0 disables the trap.
Example set atur-interleave-rate-up = 0
Dependencies This parameter applies to interleaved channels only.
Location DSL-THRESHOLD
audit-user-profiles
Description Enables/disables system monitoring of user profiles for expired
passwords or user accounts.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables the system to audit user profiles for expired passwords and user
accounts. If a user account is expired, the system disables that account and
terminates any active user sessions. A user with an expired account is denied
access to the system.
no (the default)—Disables auditing of user profiles for expired passwords or user
accounts.
Example set audit-user-profiles = yes
Dependencies If the audit-user-profiles parameter is set to yes, by default, a user
account expires after three years and a password expires after 60 days.
Note The system-generated user profile admin and its password do not expire. Users
with Admin privileges can modify user account and password expiration dates.
Location SYSTEM
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auth-attribute-type
Description Specifies the attribute(s) used for session matching.
Usage Valid values are as follows
rad-serv-attr-any—Specifies that the first Remote Authentication Dial-In User
Service (RADIUS) attribute is used for session matching. This is the default.
rad-serv-attr-key—Specifies that the session key is used for session matching.
rad-serv-attr-all—Specifies that all attributes must match for session
matching.
Example set auth-attribute-type = rad-serv-attr-any
Dependencies If the rad-serv-enable parameter in the external-auth profile is set
to no, auth-attribute-type does not apply.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
auth-boot-host
Description Specifies the IP address of the authentication boot host.
Usage Specify the IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set auth-boot-host = 10.2.3.4
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-boot-host-2
Note This setting is for a customer-specific application outside of the United States. It
is not intended for general use.
Description Specifies the IP address of the secondary RADIUS server to which ZGR
answer-number requests, subaddress requests, and external-configuration requests
are sent. External-configuration requests include requests for banner configurations,
IP address pools, frame relay link configurations, dial-out profiles, answer numbers,
ZGR answer numbers, and dial-out routes.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set auth-boot-host-2 = 200.54.6.79
Dependencies For auth-boot-host-2 to apply, you must set auth-type to radius.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-boot-port
Description Specifies the user datagram protocol (UDP) port to use for RADIUS
authentication.
Usage Specify a number between zero (0) and 65535.
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auth-client n
Example set auth-boot-port = 1111
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-client n
Description Specifies up to nine IP addresses of Remote Authentication Dial-In User
Service (RADIUS) clients permitted to issue RADIUS commands for session
termination and filter changes.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The address
255.255.255.255 indicates that any client can issue RADIUS commands. (Currently, a
maximum of nine clients is supported.) The default is 0.0.0.0, which indicates that no
client can issue RADIUS commands.
Example set auth-client 1 = 10.2.3.4
Dependencies If the rad-serv-enable parameter in the external-auth profile is set
to no, auth-client n does not apply. In addition, if you do not use auth-netmask n to
supply a subnet mask, the system supplies a default subnet mask based on the
address class.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
auth-cli-user-dnis
Description Specifies a pseudo-dialed number identification service (DNIS) number
for Telnet command-line interface users that need to be authenticated by the
RADIUS server.
Specifying a value for this parameter enables a unit to use the DNIS number as a
proxy to send access requests to a RADIUS server that holds the Telnet user accounts.
Usage Specify an integer of up to 40 characters.
If the value is not null, the number is sent to RADIUS in Access Request packets
as the DNIS attribute Called-Station-Id.
If the value of auth-cli-user-dnis is null, Called-Station-Id is not sent.
Example set auth-cli-user-dnis = 5051
Dependencies The auth-cli-user-dnis value applies only when the cli-user-auth
parameter is not set to local-only.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
authen-key
Description Specifies an authentication key that appears in Open Shortest Path
First (OSPF) virtual link configurations. The value of authen-key is a 64-bit clear
password inserted into the OSPF packet header. It is used between two OSPF virtual
link routers for authenticating traffic in the router’s area.
Usage Specify a string of up to eight characters.
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authentication-attempts
Example set authen-key = lucospf2
Dependencies authen-key does not apply if authen-type is set to none.
Location OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK
authentication-attempts
Description The number of failed login attempts allowed before the SSH server
disconnects.
Usage Specify an integer value from 1 to 20.
Example set authentication-attempts = 5
Location SSH-SERVER-CONFIG
authentication-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system generates a notification (trap) when an
authentication failure occurs.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the system generates a trap when an authentication failure
occurs. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the system does not generate a trap when an authentication
failure occurs.
Example set authentication-enabled = no
Location TRAP
authentication-type
Description Type of password authentication.
Usage This parameter reports only the value password-authentication.
Example authentication-type = password-authentication
Location SSH-SERVER-CONFIG
authen-type
Description Specifies the type of authentication to use for validating Open Shortest
Path First (OSPF) packet exchanges.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
none—Specifies that routing exchanges are not authenticated. The 64-bit
authentication field in the OSPF header can contain data, but it is not examined
on packet reception. When you use this setting, the Stinger unit performs a
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auth-frm-adr-start
checksum on the entire contents of each OSPF packet (other than the 64-bit
authentication field) to ensure against data corruption.
simple—Requires that you specify a 64-bit value for auth-key. Each packet sent
on a particular network must have the configured value in its OSPF header’s
64-bit authentication field. Simple authentication is designed to prevent
configuration errors from affecting the OSPF routing database. It is not designed
for firewall protection. This is the default.
md5—Specifies that the Stinger unit validates OSPF packet exchanges by using
MD5 encryption and an authentication key ID that you specify by means of the
key-id setting. Packets must contain the specified value in the OSPF header Key
ID field to be allowed into the router’s OSPF area.
Example set authen-type = md5
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK
auth-frm-adr-start
Description Specifies whether to send a second RADIUS Accounting Start record
when the RADIUS Framed-Address value is assigned.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables the Stinger unit to send a second RADIUS Accounting Start record
when the RADIUS Framed-Address value is assigned.
no—Prevents the Stinger unit from sending a second RADIUS Accounting Start
record. This is the default.
Example set auth-frm-adr-start = yes
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-id-fail-return-busy
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit returns user busy (decimal 17) or
normal call clearing (decimal 16) as the cause element in ISDN Disconnect packets
when calling line ID (CLID) or called-number authentication fails.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit returns user busy (decimal 17) when CLID
or called-number authentication fails.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit returns normal call clearing (decimal 16)
when CLID or called-number authentication fails. This is the default.
Example set auth-id-fail-return-busy = yes
Dependencies For auth-id-fail-return-busy to apply, auth-type must be set to
radius.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
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auth-id-max-retry-time
auth-id-max-retry-time
Description Specifies the maximum time limit for retrying RADIUS servers during
the process of ID authentication.
Usage Specify a number between zero (0) and 10. A value of 0 sets the limit to the
internal default value.
Example set auth-id-max-retry-time = 0
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-id-timeout-return-busy
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit returns User Busy (decimal 17) or
Normal Call Clearing (decimal 16) as the Cause Element in ISDN Disconnect packets
when called line ID (CLID) or dialed number identification service (DNIS) times out.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit returns User Busy (decimal 17) when CLID
or called-number authentication times out.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit returns Normal Call Clearing (decimal 16)
when CLID or called-number authentication times out. This is the default.
Example set auth-id-timeout-return-busy = yes
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-keep-user-name
Description Specifies how to handle the RADIUS User-Name attribute.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
change-name—Specifies that the name provided by the server is used for the
status display and for RADIUS accounting purposes. This is the default.
keep-name—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not use the username returned
by the server. If a name has been specified—that is, if called line ID (CLID) or
dialed number identification service (DNIS) authentication is not used—the
system uses that name. Otherwise, the system uses the name sent to the server
for authentication.
keep-realm-name—Specifies that if the username sent to the server for
authentication is in a realm, the system behaves as if auth-keep-user-name is set
to keep-name. (For example, if the username contains one of the characters @,\,/,
or %, the username is in a realm.) Otherwise, the system behaves as if
change-name is specified.
Note A user authenticated by called line ID (CLID) or dialed number identification
service (DNIS) will appear to have the CLID or DNIS number as his or her username.
If this condition is a problem, set auth-keep-user-name to keep-realm-name.
Example set auth-keep-user-name = keep-name
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auth-key
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-key
Description Specifies an authentication key that appears in Open Shortest Path
First (OSPF), SNMPv3 user-based security model (USM), and external authentication
configurations:
For OSPF, the value of auth-key is a 64-bit clear password inserted into the OSPF
packet header. It is used by OSPF routers for authenticating traffic in the router’s
area.
For SNMPv3 USM configurations, auth-key is an authentication key generated
by the snmpAuthPass command.
For RADIUS, the auth-key value is a string of up to 22 characters. Because the
Stinger unit can act both as a client to external servers and as a server responding
to client commands, you can set auth-key in both the rad-auth-client and
rad-auth-server subprofiles.
Usage The value you specify depends upon your configuration:
For OSPF, specify a string of up to nine characters. The default is ascend0.
For RADIUS, specify up to 22 characters. The default is null. For security
purposes, the string is hidden when auth-key is displayed. If you specify a null
value, the system logs the following warning:
warning: auth-key is empty (bad for security)
For most SNMPv3 USM configurations, do not set the string directly. Instead, use
the snmpAuthPass command to generate the value. If you have permission to
view passwords, the authentication key appears as a string with escape sequences
for save and restore purposes. Otherwise, the authentication key appears as a
row of asterisks. The default is null.
Example Suppose you use the snmpAuthPass command to generate the following
16-byte string for an SNMPv3 USM configuration:
27 0a dc 75 f8 98 e5 7c 4c 03 22 7d dd ac 0d ef
The system displays this value as the following auth-key value:
'\x0a\xdcu\xf8\x98\xe5|L\x03"}\xdd\xac\x0d\xef
Dependencies Consider the following:
For OSPF routing, auth-key does not apply if authen-type is set to none.
For auth-key to apply in a RADIUS configuration, you must set auth-type to
radius.
For SNMPv3 USM configurations, auth-key does not apply if auth-protocol is set
to no-auth.
You must generate the authentication key by means of the snmpAuthPass
command before the snmpv3-usm-user profile can be used for communication
with the SNMP manager.
If you change the authentication protocol from message-digest algorithm 5
(MD5) to secure hash algorithm (SHA) (or vice versa) for an SNMPv3 USM
configuration, you must change the authentication key by means of the
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snmpAuthPass command. The previous protocol-and-key combination is used
until you specify a new one.
If you change the value of auth-key directly for SNMPv3 USM, keep in mind that
the length of the escape sequence must be 10 (16D in hexadecimal) if MD5 is in
use and 14 (20D in hexadecimal) if SHA is in use. If you specify an invalid value,
the unit uses the previous key, if one exists, to communicate with the SNMP
manager. If no previous key exists, this USM user cannot communicate with the
network until a valid key is set by means of the snmpAuthPass command.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
SNMPV3-USM-USER
auth-netmask n
Description Specifies up to nine subnet masks. The Stinger unit matches each mask
to the IP addresses of a Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) client
permitted to issue RADIUS commands for session termination and filter changes.
Usage Specify a subnet mask in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set auth-netmask 1 = 255.255.255.248
Dependencies If the rad-serv-enable parameter is set to no, or if no auth-client n
setting specifies an IP address, auth-netmask n does not apply.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
auth-pool
Description Enables or disables allocation of an IP address from the default pool.
Usage Select one of the following values:
yes—Enables allocation of IP address from the pool. Address is passed to the
RADIUS server.
no—Disables allocation of IP addresses from the pool. This is the default.
Example set auth-pool = yes
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-pool-add
Description Internal field, not settable from user interface.
Usage Read-only IP address or netmask field.
Example auth-pool-add = 192.207.23.13
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
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auth-port
Description Specifies the UDP port to use for communication with the external
authentication server. The value you specify must match the port specified for use in
the server’s configuration.
Usage Specify the UDP destination port to use for authentication. The default UDP
port used by the RADIUS daemon is specified in the /etc/services file (UNIX).
Example set auth-port = 1565
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tac-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-auth-client
auth-protocol
Description Specifies authentication of messages sent on behalf of this user to or
from the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) engine and, if enabled, the
type of authentication protocol to be used.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
no-auth—Disables authentication for this user.
md5-auth—Enables authentication and specifies that the message-digest
algorithm 5 (MD5) must be used. This is the default.
sha-auth—Enables authentication and specifies that the secure hash algorithm
(SHA) must be used.
Example auth-protocol = md5-auth
Dependencies If this parameter is set to a value other than no-auth, the password
parameter must specify the password to be used.
Location SNMPV3-USM-USER
auth-radius-compat
Description Enables or disables vendor-specific attribute (VSA) compatibility mode
when the Stinger unit is using RADIUS for authentication and authorization
purposes.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
old-ascend—The Stinger unit does not send the vendor-specific attribute to the
RADIUS server and does not recognize the vendor-specific attribute if the server
sends it. This is the default.
vendor-specific—The Stinger unit uses the vendor-specific attribute to
encapsulate Lucent vendor attributes, and uses the RFC-defined User-Password
encryption algorithm as well.
Example set auth-radius-compat = vendor-specific
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
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auth-realm-delimiters
auth-realm-delimiters
Description Specifies the characters that delimit a realm from the username.
Usage Specify up to seven characters in any order. The default is @\/%. If you do not
specify any characters, the system behaves as though auth-keep-user-name is set to
change-name.
Example set auth-realm-delimiters = "%"
Dependencies The auth-realm-delimiters setting does not apply unless
auth-keep-user-name is set to keep-realm-name.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-req-delim-count
Description Specifies the number of delimiters to strip from a username in a
RADIUS authentication request.
Usage Specify a number between zero (0) and 65535. The default is 0.
Example set auth-req-delim-count = 2
Dependencies You must be sure that the delimiters to strip are specified in the
auth-realm-delimiters parameter.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-req-strip-side
Description Specifies the side from which to strip characters in a username of a
RADIUS authentication request.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
none (the default)—Does not strip characters from a username.
left—Strips characters from the left side of the username.
right—Strips characters from the right side of the username.
Example set auth-req-strip-side = left-req-strip-side = left
Dependencies The auth-req-delim-count value must be greater than zero (0) for
this parameter to take effect.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-reset-time
Description Specifies the authentication-timeout period, in seconds, after which
the Stinger unit returns to the primary RADIUS authentication server. (The
auth-server-n setting specifies the primary RADIUS authentication server.)
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auth-retries
Usage Specify the number of seconds. The default is 0 (zero), which specifies that
the Stinger unit does not return to using the primary RADIUS authentication server.
Example set auth-reset-time = 60
Dependencies For auth-reset-time to apply, you must specify at least one value
for auth-server-n.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-retries
Description Specifies the number of times the Stinger unit attempts to connect to a
backup TACACS+ server.
Usage Specify a number. The 0 (zero) default specifies that the Stinger unit does not
attempt to connect to a backup TACACS+ server.
Example set auth-retries = 2
Dependencies For auth-retries to apply, you must set auth-type to tacacsplus.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-auth-client
auth-rsp-required
Description Specifies how the Stinger unit responds if an authentication request
times out after a call has passed calling line ID (CLID) authentication.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
yes (the default)—Specifies that the Stinger unit drops calls that have passed
CLID authentication.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit allows CLID-authenticated connections even if
there is no response form the external server.
Example set auth-rsp-required = yes
Dependencies For auth-rsp-required to apply, CLID authentication must be in
use, clid-auth-mode must be set to required, and auth-type must be set to radius.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-send67
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit requires Remote Authentication
Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) attributes 6 (User-Service) and 7 (Framed-Protocol) in
a RADIUS user profile when a user wants to initiate PPP.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that if a user wants to initiate PPP, his or her RADIUS profile must
include attributes 6 and 7.
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auth-server-n
no—Specifies that attributes 6 and 7 need not be present in a RADIUS user profile
for a user to initiate PPP. This is the default.
Example set auth-send67 = yes
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-server-n
Description Specifies the IP addresses of up to three external authentication
servers.
The Stinger unit first tries to connect to server 1. If it receives no response, it tries to
connect to server 2. If the Stinger unit still receives no response, it tries server 3. A
Stinger unit that connects to a server other than server 1 continues to use that server
until it fails to service requests, even if server 1 has come back online.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation, separating the optional
subnet mask value from the address with a forward slash (\). The addresses must all
point to servers of the same type, as specified by the auth-type setting. The default is
0.0.0.0, which indicates that no authentication server exists.
Example set auth-server-1 = 10.2.3.4/24
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tac-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-auth-client
auth-sess-interval
Description Specifies the number of seconds between RADIUS authentication
reports concerning the number of open sessions.
Usage Specify a number of seconds from 0 through 65535. The 0 (zero) default turns
off regular RADIUS open-session reports.
Example set auth-sess-interval = 15
Dependencies For auth-sess-interval to apply, you must set auth-type to radius.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-session-key
Description Specifies whether session-key assignments are enabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that session-key assignments are enabled.
no—Specifies that session-key assignments are disabled. This is the default.
Example set auth-session-key = no
Dependencies If rad-serv-enable is set to no, auth-session-key does not apply.
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auth-src-port
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-server
auth-src-port
Description Specifies the UDP source port to use for external authentication.
The Stinger unit uses the source port number to demultiplex the RADIUS reply
packets to the appropriate modules. A separate source port is used for each module.
On the Stinger unit, the actual source port is the value of auth-src-port plus the slot
number, where the control module has a slot number of 0 (zero). So, if
auth-src-port is set to 1000, packets originating from the control module have a
source port value of 1000, while packets originating from slot 6 have a source port
value of 1006.
Usage Specify a value from 0 to 65535. The default is 0 (zero), which specifies that
the source port is selected from the nonprivileged port range (1024 through 2000).
Example set auth-src-port = 9000
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tac-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-auth-client
auth-timeout
Description Specifies the number of seconds between attempts to reach an external
authentication server.
The Stinger unit waits the specified number of seconds for a response to a RADIUS
authentication request. If the Stinger unit does not receive a response within that
time, it times out and sends the authentication request to the next authentication
server (for example, auth-server-2).
Usage Specify an integer from 1 to 10. The default is 1 for a RADIUS request.
Example set auth-timeout = 5
Dependencies If auth-type is set to none, the auth-timeout parameter value does
not apply.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
EXTERNAL-AUTH:tac-auth-client
auth-timeout-time
Description Specifies the number of seconds that must elapse before the Stinger
unit attempts to connect to a backup TACACS+ server.
Usage Specify the number of seconds. The 0 (zero) default specifies that the Stinger
unit does not attempt to use a backup TACACS+ server.
Example set auth-timeout-time = 60
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auth-ts-secure
Dependencies For auth-timeout-time to apply, you must set auth-type to
tacacsplus.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:tacplus-auth-client
auth-ts-secure
Description Specifies security access to the terminal-server interface when the
RADIUS Login-IP-Host (14) value is not specified.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the terminal-server must be secure. If the Login-IP-Host is
not specified, the Stinger unit drops the call. This is the default.
no—Specifies that if the Login-IP-Host is not specified, the Stinger unit allows
the dial-in connection to access the terminal-server interface.
Example set auth-ts-secure = yes
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
auth-type
Description Specifies the type of external authentication server to access for
incoming connections.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
none—Disables the use of an authentication server. This is the default.
radius—Specifies that the Stinger unit accesses a RADIUS server. In a RADIUS
query, the Stinger unit provides a user ID and password to the server. If the
validation succeeds, the server sends back a complete profile. The profile specifies
routing, destination-specific static routes, and usage restrictions for the user.
RADIUS supports Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) and Challenge
Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP), and terminal-server validation.
radius/logout—Identical to radius, except that when you select radius/logout,
the Stinger unit sends a request to the RADIUS server to initiate logout when the
session ends.
Example set auth-type = radius
Dependencies If auth-type is set to a value other than none, you must specify at
least one authentication server address.
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH
auto-base-rate
Description Specifies the initial rate at which the SDSL LIMs train, in kilobytes per
second.
Usage Specify one of the following rates:
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auto-correction-enable
144000
272000 (the default)
400000
528000
784000
1168000
1552000
2320000
Example set auto-base-rate = 272000
Dependencies This parameter is ignored if data-rate-mode is set to fastautobaud.
Location SDSL:line-config
auto-correction-enable
Description Specifies whether autocorrections for this line interface module (LIM)
are enabled or disabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
no—Specifies that the LIM attempts to correct problems every few hours
automatically.
yes—Specifies that the LIM uses the interval-auto-correction parameter to
determine how often to correct itself. This is the default.
Example set auto correction-enable = yes
Location SYSTEM-INTEGRITY:integrity-config
auto-logout
Description Specifies whether to log off the current user profile and go back to
default privileges upon loss of a Data Transmit Ready (DTR) signal from the serial
port.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit automatically logs off the current user profile
if DTR is lost on the serial port.
no—Specifies that the current user profile remains logged in. This is the default.
Example set auto-logout = yes
Location SERIAL
auto-negotiate
Description Enables or disables negotiation by the LAN interface of its own
operating speed and duplex mode.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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auto-profile
yes—The interface determines the appropriate operating speed and duplex mode
by using the autonegotiation protocol.
no—The duplex-mode and media-speed-mbit settings determine operating speed
and mode of the interface. This is the default.
Example set auto-negotiate = yes
Location ETHERNET
auto-profile
Description Specifies whether the automatic creation of an accessory profile for
ATM termination and the ATM circuit is enabled or disabled when the LAN session is
established on an IDSL line interface module (LIM).
When PPP transparent circuit or frame relay circuit encapsulation is configured for
connection profiles assigned to the Stinger unit IDSL LIM, the accessory profiles for
ATM termination and the ATM circuit are automatically created by the system when
the LAN session is established on the interface.
The accessory profiles are automatically created with the station name set to the
station name of the parent PPP transparent circuit or frame relay circuit connection
profile. The suffix _SYXA is added to the name of the accessory ATM termination
profile, and the suffix _SYXC is added to the name of the ATM circuit profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that automatic profile creation is enabled. This is the default.
no—Specifies that automatic profile creation is disabled.
Example set auto-profile = no
Dependencies The ATM termination profile can be either ATM encapsulation or
ATM frame relay circuit encapsulation. For automatic profiles, if the parent profile
(which is the profile configured for PPP transparent circuit or frame relay circuit
encapsulation), is modified or deleted, then the accessory profiles are deleted, if they
exist.
Note A convenient way to delete the accessory profiles without deleting the parent
profile is to set auto-profile to no while the parent profile is active.
Location CONNECTION
auto-telnet
Description Not used.
auto-update
Description Specifies whether regular successful Domain Name System (DNS)
queries update the local DNS table. You can use this feature to build a DNS table
stored in local RAM, to be used if DNS servers become unavailable.
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aux-send-password
When this feature is enabled and a DNS query succeeds, the system performs a
lookup on that hostname in the local table. If no entry exists for the hostname, the
entry's IP address (or multiple addresses) is replaced by the query response. The
number of addresses added to the table depends on the dns-list-attempt and
dns-list-size settings.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables the auto-update feature for the DNS local table.
no—Disables auto-update. The contents of the local DNS table are not affected by
successful DNS queries. This is the default.
Example set auto-update = yes
Dependencies The dns-list-attempt and dns-list-size settings affect how the
table is updated when auto-update is set to yes.
If dns-list-attempt is set to yes, a successful DNS query returns the number of
addresses it finds for the host, up to the value of dns-list-size. In the DNS table in
RAM, those addresses are stored, overwriting the configured address or the addresses
retrieved from earlier DNS queries. If the table in RAM contains more addresses than
dns-list-size specifies, the excess addresses are cleared at each update to prevent
the accumulation of stale addresses.
Location IP-GLOBAL:dns-local-table
aux-send-password
Description Specifies the password the Stinger unit sends when it adds channels to
a Multilink Protocol Plus™ (MP+) call that uses PAP-Token-CHAP authentication.
The unit obtains authentication of the first channel of the MP+ call from the user’s
hand-held security card.
Usage Enter the same password specified by Ascend-Receive-Secret in the RADIUS
user profile for the Stinger unit.
Example set aux-send-password = unit0
Dependencies For aux-send-password to apply, the call must use MP+.
Location CONNECTION:mpp-options
avcr-mt
Description Specifies the minimum threshold, expressed as a percentage, used in
the algorithms that determine significant change for available cell rate (AvCR)
parameters.
Usage Specify a percentage. The default is 3 percent.
Example set avcr-mt = 3
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG:node-timer
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avcr-pm
avcr-pm
Description Specifies the proportional multiplier, expressed as a percentage, used in
the algorithms that determine significant change for available cell rate (AvCR)
parameters—for example, increase by 50 percent, or decrease by 50 percent.
Available cell rate specifications use a proportional multiplier.
Usage Specify a percentage. The default is 50 percent.
Example set avcr-pm = 50
Location PNNI-Node-Config[n]:node-timer
B
background-noise-filter
Description Specifies the type of filter to use for background noise tests performed
with the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
psd—Power spectral density measurement for a 22KHz-to-1.6Mhz range. This is
the default.
e—Reports one noise value at 135-ohm impedance for a 1KHz-to-50kHz range.
Used for ISDN qualification.
f—Reports one value for a 5KHz-to-245KHz range. Used for HDSL qualification.
g—Reports one noise value at 100-ohm impedance for a 20KHz-to 1.1-MHz
range. Used for ADSL qualification.
Example set background-noise-filter = psd
Location CLT-COMMAND
background-noise-termination
Description Sets the receiver termination for a background noise test performed
with the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
term100—Places a 100-ohm termination on the received signal. This is the
default.
term135—Places a 135-ohm termination on the received signal.
bridge100—Puts the receiver in high-impedance mode, and calculates a noise
signal based on 100-ohm impedance.
bridge135—Puts the receiver in high-impedance mode, and calculates a noise
signal based on 135-ohm impedance.
Example set background-noise-termination = bridge135
Location CLT-COMMAND
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backup
backup
Description Specifies the name of a backup connection profile for a dedicated
(nailed) connection. The profile serves as a backup if the remote device goes out of
service. It is not intended to provide alternative lines for getting to a single
destination.
When the system detects that the primary interface is unavailable, it puts the primary
interface in a Backup Active state. It does not remove the routes to the primary interface. It
then diverts traffic from the primary to the backup interface. When the system
detects that the primary interface is available again, it diverts traffic back to the
primary interface. If the backup interface is a switched connection, the Stinger unit
then breaks the connection.
Usage Specify the name of a connection profile. You can enter up to 32 characters.
The default is null.
Example set backup = newyork
Dependencies Consider the following:
One of the side effects of the data-link-layer backup interface is that, when a
dedicated (nailed) interface specifies a backup interface, the routes to the
dedicated interface never go down.
Nested backups are not supported. (The profile for a backup interface cannot
specify another backup interface.)
The profile for a backup interface does not inherit attributes from the profile for
the primary dedicated connection.
Location CONNECTION:session-options
backup-enabled
Description Read-only. Internal field used with backup profiles.
Usage Read-only parameter with the following values:
no—Backup is disabled.
yes—Backup is enabled.
Example backup-enabled = yes
Location CONNECTION:session-options
bad-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of times this device has failed.
Usage Read-only numeric value with range 0 to 4294967295.
Example bad-count = 96
Location DEVICE-STATE
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bandplan
bandplan
Description Specifies the VDSL band plan.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
998—(the default) VDSL band plan 998 is enabled.
997—VDSL band plan 997 is enabled.
Example bandplan = bp-998
Location AL-DMT:VDSL-Config:Spectrum-Config
bandwidth
Description Specifies the bandwidth in kilobits per second.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For the outgoing-shaper[n] subprofile, the range is from 8000Kbps through
148598Kbps. The default is 8000.
For either scheduling subprofile, the range is from 0 to 1,000,000. The default
value of 0 indicates full bandwidth.
Example set bandwidth = 9000
Dependencies For either scheduling subprofile, to configure a nonzero number,
the priority setting must also be nonzero.
Location SWITCHCONFIG:atm-parameters:outgoing-shaper:outgoing-shaper[n]
IP-INTERFACE:scheduling
VLAN-ETHERNET:scheduling
bandwidth-monitor-direction
Description Specifies the direction for monitoring link utilization.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
transmit—Monitors the transmit direction only.
transmit-recv—Monitors both the transmit and receive directions.
none—Turns off link utilization monitoring.
Example set bandwidth-monitor-direction = transmit
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:mp-answer
CONNECTION:mpp-options
banner
Description Not used.
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banner[n]
banner[n]
Description Not used.
base-channel-count
Description Specifies the number of channels to be used for a call when the session
is initially set up, provided that it is a fixed session.
Usage Specify a number between 0 (zero) and 65535. The default is 1 (one).
Example set base channel count = 25
Location CONNECTION:mp-options
base-udp-port
Description Specifies a UDP port number. The default zero value causes the system
to dynamically assign a nonprivate port for exchanging control information while
establishing a tunnel. Having a nonprivate port avoids the possibility of requesting a
UDP port that is already in use.
Usage You can configure nonzero values from 10,000 to 60,000 to use a known
port, which is sometimes a firewall requirement. The system uses the configured
value in the following formula to assign a port number:
base-udp-port + (shelf-number × 100) + slot-number
Example set base-udp-port = 55555
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
ber-receive
Description Read-only. Indicates whether the bit-error-rate threshold has been
reached or not.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
true—Indicates that the bit-error-rate threshold has been reached.
false—Indicates that the bit-error-rate has not been reached.
Example ber-receive = false
Location DS1-ATM-STAT
T1-STAT
bert-enable
Description Specifies whether the bit-error-rate test (BERT) is enabled or disabled.
To check the data integrity of the connection, the BERT counts data errors that occur
on each channel. If the two ends of the connection are physically connected, the
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bert-error-counter
BERT is run between the two units. If the two ends are not connected, the BERT is
run within the module itself. Both ends of the connection must enable the BERT.
Note During a BERT, normal data transmission is interrupted.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables the BERT.
no—Disables the BERT. This is the default
Example set bert-enable = yes
Dependencies Consider the following:
The bert-enable setting is not saved to the unit’s permanent memory. If you
reset the module or the unit, the setting reverts to its default.
The bert-timer setting determines the duration of the BERT.
Location LINE-DIAG
bert-error-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of errors received during the
bit-error-rate test (BERT).
Usage The bert-error-counter parameter is read-only.
Dependencies You must set bert-enable to yes for bert-error-counter to apply.
Example bert-error-counter = 0
Location LINE-DIAG-STAT
bert-operation-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the state of the bit-error-rate test (BERT).
Usage The bert-operation-state setting is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
waiting-for-511-sync—The Stinger unit is waiting for customer premises
equipment (CPE) before starting the BERT.
local-loop-active—The interface is in local analog loopback and is running the
test. No remote device is involved.
active—BERT is running with customer premises equipment (CPE).
stopped—BERT was disabled.
loop-back-setup—The interface is being placed into analog loopback.
start-up—BERT is starting up.
Example bert-operation-state = stopped
Dependencies If the two ends of the connection are not connected, the
bert-operation-state setting does not apply. In this case, you must set bert-enabled
to no to end the BERT.
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bert-timer
Location LINE-DIAG-STAT
bert-timer
Description Specifies the duration of a bit-error-rate test (BERT).
Usage Specify one of the following values:
1 minute (the default)
2 minutes
3 minutes
4 minutes
5 minutes
10 minutes
15 minutes
20 minutes
30 minutes
Example set bert-timer = 1 minute
Dependencies Consider the following:
If the two ends of the connection are not connected, bert-timer does not apply.
In this case, you must set bert-enabled to no to end the BERT.
The bert-timer setting is not saved to the unit’s permanent memory. If you reset
the module or the unit, the setting reverts to its default.
Location LINE-DIAG
beta-ima-value
Description Specifies the beta value used to specify the number of consecutive
invalid IMA Control Protocol (ICP) cells to be detected before moving to inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) HUNT state from the SYNC state.
Usage Valid numbers range from 1 to 5. The default is 2.
Example set beta-ima-value = 2
Location IMAHW-CONFIG
bi-directional-auth
Description Specifies whether Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
(CHAP) authentication must be bidirectional. If bidirectional CHAP is allowed or
required, and the second authentication is attempted, it must be successful.
Otherwise, the Stinger unit rejects the call.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
none (the default)—CHAP authentication is unidirectional. The system identifies
the calling device.
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billing-number
allowed—Authentication can be bidirectional. The system identifies the calling
device, and also allows the calling device to authenticate the Stinger unit. The
system tries to negotiate authentication in the opposite direction as well, but the
call is established even if the called device refuses to perform the second
authentication option.
required—Authentication must be bidirectional. The system requires that both
the calling and called devices authenticate each other. If authentication is not
performed in both directions, the Stinger unit rejects the call.
Example set bi-directional-auth = allowed
Dependencies Bidirectional authentication is applicable only if the authentication
mode is CHAP, MS-CHAP, or cache-token-ppp-auth. If receive-auth-mode is set to
any-ppp-auth and the system negotiates Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
authentication with the caller, bidirectional authentication is automatically disabled,
even if bi-directional-auth is set to required.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ppp-answer
CONNECTION:ppp-options
See Also ppp-answer, ppp-options
billing-number
Description Not supported. Specifies a telephone number provided by the carrier to
be used for billing purposes.
Location CALL-INFO
CONNECTION:telco-options
FRAME-RELAY
bin-loading
Description An array that enables or disables up to 256 bins (intervals) that
correspond to particular frequencies.
Usage For each element in the array, specify one of the following values:
yes (the default)—Enables a bin to allow a frequency.
no—Disables a bin to mask a frequency.
To determine the bin number in the array, divide the frequency in question by 4.3125
and add 1.
Example The following command masks the frequency 640kHz by disabling bin 149
(640/4.3125 + 1 = 149):
set bin-loading 149 = no
Location ADSL-BIN-LOADING
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bin-loading-profile
Description Specifies the name of the adsl-bin-loading profile that applies to this
ADSL line.
Usage Specify the name of a bin-loading profile. By default, the
bin-loading-profile parameter takes the settings of the adsl-bin-loading profile,
default.
Example set bin-loading-profile = default
Location AL-DMT
bit-rate
Description Specifies the maximum sustainable effective bit rate in kilobits per
second.
Usage The valid range is 1 through 135631. The default is 1000 (1Mbps). The
Stinger unit verifies that the bit-rate value of a shaper does not exceed the effective
line rate.
Example set bit-rate = 10000
Location SYSTEM:traffic-shaper
ATM-INTERNAL:traffic-shapers[n]
bits-per-bin
Description Specifies the maximum number of bits per frequency bin (interval).
Usage Although you can specify a number from 0 through 15, leave this parameter
at its default setting of 14, unless you encounter the following situations:
You need to restrict the line rate, but at the same time retain a uniform
distribution of bits per bin across all the bins.
You need to lower the bits per bin to enable the Stinger unit to interoperate with
customer premises equipment (CPE) devices that do not allow 14 bits per bin.
Example set bits-per-bin = 10
Location ADSL-BIN-LOADING
bit-strings-allowed
Description Specifies whether the SNMP agent in a Stinger unit responds to the
BITS data type in bit string format or numeric format.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Specifies that the SNMP agent responds to BITS data in bit
string format.
no—Specifies that the SNMP agent responds to BITS data in numeric format.
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bit-swapping
Example set bit-strings-allowed = no
Location SNMP
bit-swapping
Description Enables or disables bit swapping for an ADSL line interface module
(LIM).
Note On the 48-port ADSL G.lite LIM, bit swapping has no effect.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that bit swapping is enabled
no—Specifies that bit swapping is disabled. This is the default.
Example set bit-swapping = yes
Location AL-DMT:line-config
boot-cm-version
Description Read-only. Indicates the version of the control module (CM) boot
loader currently present on the control module.
Usage Read-only, 20-character, alphanumeric field.
Example boot-cm-version = 9.2-167.0
Location boot-version
bootp-enabled
Description Enables or disables querying a BOOTP server for settings or to check for
a new software load.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—Enables the system to use BOOTP.
no—Disables the use of BOOTP. This is the default.
Example set bootp-enabled = yes
Location IP-GLOBAL
bootp-servers[n]
Description An array that specifies the IP address of a BOOTP server.
Multiple DHCP servers are not supported.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set 1 = 12.34.56.78
Location IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay
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bottom-high-temperature-threshold
bottom-high-temperature-threshold
Description Not supported. Specifies the bottom control module (CM) thermal sensor
high temperature trigger level (in degrees Celsius). When the temperature exceeds
this value, an alarm or watchdog state can be generated.
Usage Specify a numeric value between -20 degrees C and 75 degrees C
(-4 degrees F and 167 degrees F). A value of 60 degrees C (140 degrees F) is the
default.
Example set bottom-high-temperature-threshold = 65
Dependencies This threshold can be used for setting an alarm profile and
watchdog-config profile trap. Temperature sensors are available only in version 3 and
higher of the CM.
Location THERMAL
bottom-low-temperature-threshold
Description Not supported. Specifies the bottom control module (CM) thermal sensor
low temperature trigger level (in degrees Celsius). When the temperature falls below
this value, an alarm or watchdog state can be generated.
Usage Specify a numeric value between -20 degrees C and 75 degrees C
(-4 degrees F and 167 degrees F). A value of 0 degrees C (32 degrees F) is the default.
Example set bottom-low-temperature-threshold = 15
Dependencies This threshold can be used for setting an alarm profile and
watchdog-config profile trap. Temperature sensors are available only in version 3 and
higher of the CM.
Location THERMAL
bottom-status
Description Specifies the default contents of the bottom-right portion of the status
window.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
general-info—Displays general information and statistics for the system.
log-window—Displays saved system-event log entries. This is the default.
line-status—Displays the status of the system telephony interfaces.
Example set bottom-status = general-info
Location USER
bpv-error-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of bipolar violation (BPV) errors
received since the last time the unit was reset. BPV errors might indicate that the line
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bras-id
sent consecutive 1 (one) bits with the same polarity, that three or more consecutive
zeroes were sent, or that an incorrect polarity was present.
Usage The bpv-error-count value is read-only.
Example bpv-error-count = 0
Location DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
bras-id
Description The bras-id field specifies the BRAS profile to use for getting the IP
address of the BRAS and the IP address of the Gigabit Ethernet port on the Stinger
used to connect to this BRAS. The default value of bras-id is zero.
Usage Specify an integer. The default is zero.
Example set bras-id = 2
Location CONNECTION/””:bridging-options
bras-ip-address
Description Represents the IP address of the upstream BRAS used for terminating
bridged IPoA connections. This address should be in the same subnet as the
ip-address specified in the BRAS profile.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is the null
address (0.0.0.0/0).
Example set bras-ip-address = 10.12.1.1/24
Location BRAS
bras-netmask
Description Represents the subnet mask of the BRAS. The value of netmask is set
automatically when you specify a prefix length as part of the IP address.
Usage Specify a mask in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0
Example set bras-netmask = 255.255.255.255
Location BRAS
bridge
Description Enables or disables ethernet bridging on the interface. With ethernet
bridging, the Stinger unit can provide a connection between segments that might be
connected by a telecommunications link.
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bridge-non-pppoe
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables ethernet bridging.
no (the default)—Does not enable ethernet bridging.
Example set bridge = yes
Dependencies In the ETHERNET:bridging-options profile this number is not used
for VLAN bridging.
Location CONNECTION:bridging-options
ETHERNET:bridging-options
VLAN-ETHERNET:bridging-options
bridge-non-pppoe
Description Enables or disables bridging of packets other than PPP over Ethernet
(PPPoE) packets on the interface.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Bridges all types of bridged packets.
no (the default)—Bridges only PPPoE packets and discards other types of bridged
packets.
Example set bridge-non-pppoe = yes
Dependencies Setting bridge-non-pppoe = yes will have no effect unless the
parameter bridging-enabled in the corresponding ethernet profile is set to yes.
Location CONNECTION:pppoe-options
ETHERNET:pppoe-options
bridge-status
Description Read-only. Indicates the status of the bridge in the automatic
protection switching (APS) system.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
true—Bridging is enabled. Bridging is always enabled when the APS system is
enabled in 1+1 protection mode.
false—Bridging is disabled.
Example bridge-status = true
Location APS-STAT
bridge-tap-length
Description Read-only. Indicates the loop length to the first bridge tap detected by
the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Read-only numeric field 0 to 4294967295.
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bridge-tap-number
Example bridge-tap-length = 3500
Dependencies This value is reported in feet if TDR units is set to english, or in
meters if TDR units is set to metric.
Location CLT-RESULT
bridge-tap-number
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of bridge taps detected by the copper
loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Read-only numeric field 0 to 4294967295.
Example bridge-tap-number = 3
Location CLT-RESULT
bridge-tap-table
Description Read-only. Indicates the sets of three values of bridge tap data. One set
of values is reported for each bridge tap detected.
Usage Read-only parameters. Each set of data contains the following values:
Bridge-tap distance in feet or meters.
Bridge-tap length in feet or meters.
Confidence level in percentage. Valid values are 33 or 50%.
Dependencies The current copper loop test (CLT) module hardware supports only a
single set of bridge-tap data.
Location CLT-RESULT
bridge-type
Description Type of bridging.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
transparent-bridging—Default value.
no-bridging—Bridging disabled.
vlan-circuit—Required for 1:1 VLAN bridging.
stacked-vlan—Required for VLAN stacking.
Example set bridge-type = transparent-bridging
Dependencies This parameter’s setting is ignored for ethernet profiles on the
IP2000 and Fast Ethernet circuit packs. The default transparent-bridging setting is
always used.
Location CONNECTION:bridging-options
ETHERNET:bridging-options
VLAN-ETHERNET:bridging-options
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bridging-enabled
bridging-enabled
Description Enables or disables Ethernet bridging or VLAN bridging on the
Ethernet interface.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes— Enables Ethernet bridging or VLAN bridging or both.
no (the default)—Disables both Ethernet bridging and VLAN bridging. The system
does not accept unicast packets received on this port unless the destination MAC
address is equal to the MAC address of the port.
Example set bridging-enabled = yes
Location ETHERNET
bridging-group
Description Specifies a number used to group bridged interfaces. When multiple
bridged interfaces use the same group number, the Stinger unit consults the bridge
logic for a destination interface only within that group. Bridged interfaces that use a
different group number are not considered. The effect is to isolate traffic within a
bridging group.
In the answer-defaults profile, this parameter specifies a default bridging group to
use for PPP session requests that do not specify a group number in the connection or
radius profile.
Note For performance reasons, specifying a unique nonzero bridging-group value
on a PPPoE interface is recommended. A unique group guarantees that packets do
not flow between two bridged interfaces.
Usage Specify a group number from 0 to 65535. The default value is 0 (zero) and
disables bridging.
Example set bridging-group = 1
Dependencies See the configuration guide for each respective circuit pack for
specific dependencies.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ppp-answer
BRIDGE-GROUP
CONNECTION:bridging-options
ETHERNET:bridging-options
VLAN-ETHERNET:bridging-options
btap-measure-length
Description Specifies the loop length—100 to 20000 feet (32 to 6097 meters)—for
a bridge-tap search by the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Specify a number between zero (0) and 65535. The default is zero.
Example set btap-measure-length = 100
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btap-start-length
Location CLT-COMMAND
btap-start-length
Description Specifies the starting location—15 to 20000 feet (5 to
6097 meters)—for a bridge-tap search by the copper loop test (CLT) module.
Usage Specify a number between zero (0) and 65535. The default is zero.
Example set btap-start-length = 50
Location CLT-COMMAND
buffer-chars
Description Not used.
bw-allocated
Description Total bandwidth allocated to this multicast group bundle.
Usage This parameter is similar to the multicast-cac-max-bw in the SYSTEM profile.
The range for this parameter is based on the CM.
On an IP2000 control module, range = 1 to 1000.
On and IP2100 control module, range = 1 to 2000 This parameter provides for
future compatibility.
Example bw-allocated = 0
Dependencies This value for this parameter should always match the value of
multicast-cac-max-bw in the SYSTEM profile.
Location multicast-cac
byte-mirror-count
Description Controls how the Stinger interprets the K1 and K2 bytes in APS
signalling.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the feault)— Specified when APS is being used to connect two Stingers.
Required if one of the Stingers is running a version of TAOS earlier than 9.7.3.
no—Specifies when APS is being used to connect the Stinger to another ATM
switch like a CBX 500.
Example set byte-mirror-count = yes
Location APS-CONFIG/””
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C
cac-preference
Description Specifies whether the system reserves bandwidth for a connection at
connection setup time or when the connection is provisioned.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
connection-time (the default)—The system attempts to reserve bandwidth for a
connection when it is establishing the connection.
provisioning-time—The system attempts to reserve bandwidth for a connection
when it is provisioning the connection. You can configure a new connection or
modify an existing one only if there is sufficient available bandwidth.
Example set cac-preference = provisioning-time
Dependencies Consider the following:
A change in the cac-preference value takes effect only after a system reset.
When you modify the quality-of-service (QoS) definitions in an atm-qos profile,
all connection profiles (both active and inactive) that specify the use of that
profile are affected. The system deallocates the bandwidth assigned to those
connections and then reallocates it according to the new definitions in the
atm-qos profile.
Note If it does not have sufficient bandwidth for all connections, the system
allocates the guaranteed bandwidth for as many connections as possible. The
remaining connections (if any) that use the modified atm-qos profile are allocated
no bandwidth and are therefore not established.
With provisioning-time in effect, if CAC bandwidth allocation fails while the
system is provisioning a new connection or modifying the nailed-group or
atm-qos profile assignment of an existing connection profile, the system displays
an error message and does not write the profile. When the system fails to modify
an existing configuration due to lack of sufficient available bandwidth, the
existing CAC bandwidth is maintained for the connection.
Location SYSTEM
calea
Description Indicates whether the Communications Assistance for Law
Enforcement Act (CALEA) license is enabled.
Usage The calea setting is read-only and can have one of the following values:
yes indicates that the CALEA license is enabled. This is the default value.
no indicates that the CALEA license is not enabled.
Example calea = yes
Location BASE
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calibration-type
calibration-type
Description Specifies the type of calibration needed for certain copper loop test
(CLT) module tests.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
insertion-loss (the default)—Calibration type for an insertion loss test.
background-noise—Calibration type for a background noise test.
Example set calibration-type = insertion-loss
Location CLT-COMMAND
callback
Description Not supported. Enables or disables callback security, which requires
dial-out capability.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes
no (the default)
Location CONNECTION:telco-options
call-by-call
Description Not used.
Location CALL-INFO
call-by-call-id
Description Not used.
Location FRAME-RELAY
callednumber
Description Not supported. Specifies the number called to establish the connection
used for dialed number identification service (DNIS) authentication.
Location CONNECTION
called-number-type
Description Not supported. Specifies the type of telephone number used to dial a call.
Location CALL-INFO
CONNECTION
FRAME-RELAY
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call-filter
call-filter
Description Specifies the name of a filter to apply to the interface. The filter name
can be from a local filter profile or RADIUS pseudo-user profile.
The setting in the answer-defaults profile is used only for RADIUS-authenticated
connections that do not specify a call filter.
If the system applies both a call filter and a data filter to a connection, it applies the
data filter first. Only those packets that the data filter forwards reach the call filter.
Usage Specify the filter name. The default is null, which indicates no filter.
Example set call-filter = test
Dependencies If a local connection profile does not use authentication, it cannot
specify a RADIUS filter profile. Filters are not supported with the current software version.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:session-info
CONNECTION:session-option
call-info
Description Specifies whether, at the time an authenticated call ends, the Stinger
unit reports to syslog the following information about the call:
Station name
Calling telephone number
Called telephone number
Encapsulation protocol
Data rate (in bits per second)
Progress code or disconnect reason
Number of seconds before authentication
Number of bytes or packets received during authentication
Number of bytes or packets sent during authentication
Length of session (in seconds)
Number of bytes or packets received during the session
Number of bytes or packets sent during the session
A one-line syslog message contains information about the terminated call. The
information also appears in the connection status window and is logged as a message
at level INFO. For example:
"Conn=("cjones-p50" 5106785291->? MP 56000 60/185) \
Auth=(3 347/12 332/13) \
Sess=(1 643/18 644/19), Terminated"
If some of the information is not available, that field is displayed as either a question
mark (?) for strings or a zero (0) for numerals.
Note Use call-info only for diagnosing session problems. Because the reports to
syslog rely on the UDP protocol, which does not guarantee delivery, do use
call-info for billing purposes.
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calling-integrity-time
Usage Valid values are as follows:
end-of-call—Specifies that the Stinger unit reports the information to syslog.
none (the default)—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not report the
information.
Example set call-info = end-of-call
Location LOG
calling-integrity-time
Description Not used. Specifies the number of seconds a node waits for an switched
virtual channel connection (SVCC) it has initiated to become fully established before
giving up and tearing it down.
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG:node-svcc-rcc
call-kind
Description Specifies the type of call control for an ATM virtual path link (VPL) or
virtual channel link (VCL) configuration.
Usage Specify one of the following call control types:
pvc—Virtual link of a permanant virtual cirtuit (PVC) or permanent virtual path
(PVP). This is the default value.
svc-incoming—Virtual link established after reception of a signaling request to
set up a switched virtual circuit (SVC). An svc-incoming type call is built
dynamically.
svc-outgoing—Virtual link established after the forwarding or transmission of a
signaling request to set up an SVC. An svc-outgoing type call is built
dynamically.
spvc-initiator—Virtual link at the PVC side of an SVC or PVC cross-connect,
where the switch is the initiator of the soft PVC (SPVC) setup.
spvc-target—Virtual link at the PVC side of an SVC or PVC cross-connect, where
the switch is the target of the soft PVC setup. An spvc-target type call is built
dynamically.
Location ATM-VCL-CONFIG
ATM-VPL-CONFIG
call-log-connection-packets-enable
Description Specifies that call-logging Start and Stop packets are sent when a
connection is established or ended, in contrast to line statistics call logging, which is
always enabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that call-logging Start and Stop packets are sent when a
connection is established or ended.
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call-log-dropped-pkt-enabled
no (the default)—Specifies that call-logging Start and Stop packets are not sent.
To optimize operations use the default.
Example set call-log-connection-packets-enable = yes
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-dropped-pkt-enabled
Description Enables or disables the transmission of an SNMP notification (trap)
when the system detects a change in the status of call-logging packets.
If this parameter is enabled, the system generates a trap when the value of
callLoggingDroppedPacketCount in the call-logging MIB changes. A change from 0 to
1 indicates that packets are being dropped. A change from 1 to 0 indicates that
packets are no longer being dropped.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Enables transmission of a notification when the system detects
a change in the status of call-logging packets.
no—Disables transmission of a notification when the system detects a change in
the status of call-logging packets.
Example set call-log-dropped-pkt-enable = no
Location TRAP
call-log-enable
Description Enables or disables call logging.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables call logging.
no—Disables call logging. This is the default.
Example set call-log-enable = yes
Dependencies If you set call-log-enable to yes, you must specify the IP address of
at least one call-log host for the call-log-host-n setting.
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-evaluation-end-julian-time
Description Internal use only.
call-log-host-1
call-log-host-2
call-log-host-3
Description Specifies the IP address of a call-log host.
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call-log-id-base
The Stinger unit first tries to connect to host 1. If it receives no response, it tries to
connect to host 2. If it still receives no response, it tries host 3. If the Stinger unit
connects to a host other than host 1, it continues to use that host until it fails to
service requests, even if the first host has come back online.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set call-log-host-1 = 10.1.2.3
Dependencies Consider the following:
For call-log-host-1, call-log-host-2, or call-log-host-3 to apply, you must
set call-log-enable to yes.
Call logging is available with NavisRadius™ only. For information, see the
NavisRadius™ documentation.
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-id-base
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit presents a session ID to the call-log
host in base 10 or base 16.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
acct-base-10—Specifies a decimal base. This is the default.
acct-base-16—Specifies a hexadecimal base.
Example set call-log-id-base = acct-base-16
Dependencies Consider the following:
If call-log-enable is set to no, call-log-id-base does not apply.
Changing the value of call-log-id-base while call-logging sessions are active
results in inconsistent reporting between the Start and Stop records.
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-key
Description Specifies a shared secret that enables the call-logging host to recognize
data from the Stinger unit. A shared secret acts as a password between the Stinger
unit and the call-logging host.
Usage Specify the text of the shared secret. The value you specify must match the
value configured on the call-logging host. The default is null.
Example set call-log-key = mypw
Dependencies If call-log-enable is set to no, call-log-key does not apply.
Location CALL-LOGGING
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call-log-limit-retry
call-log-limit-retry
Description Specifies the maximum number of retries for call-logging packets.
When the Stinger unit is configured for call logging, it sends Start and Stop packets to
the call-log host to record connections. If the host does not acknowledge a packet
within the number of seconds you specify for call-log-timeout, the Stinger unit tries
again, resending the packet until the host responds, or dropping the packet if the
queue of packets to be resent is full. You can limit the number of retries by setting a
maximum.
The Stinger unit always makes at least one attempt before this parameter setting goes
into effect. For example, if you set the number of retries to 10, the Stinger unit makes
11 attempts: the original attempt plus 10 retries.
Usage To set the maximum number of retries for Start and Stop packets, set
call-log-limit-retry to a value greater than 0 (zero). A value of 0 (the default)
indicates an unlimited number of retries.
Example set call-log-limit-retry = 10
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-multi-packet
Description Enables or disables delivery by the Stinger unit of multiple requests in a
single call-logging packet to a call-logging host that supports the Lucent 16-bit
vendor-specific attributes (VSAs). Enabling this feature optimizes the transfer of
call-logging data to the network management station.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that multiple all-logging requests are sent in a single packet.
no (the default)—Specifies that multiple all-logging requests are not sent in a
single packet.
Dependencies This parameter can be enabled only if the call-log-radius-compat
parameter is set to the value 16-bit-vendor-specific.
Example set call-log-multi-packet = no
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-port
Description Specifies the UDP destination port to use for call-logging requests.
Usage Specify a UDP port number from 1 to 32767. The value must match the port
number configured on the call-logging host. The default is 1646.
Example set call-log-port = 1500
Dependencies If call-log-enable is set to no in the call-logging profile,
call-log-port does not apply.
Location CALL-LOGGING
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call-log-radius-compat
call-log-radius-compat
Description Enables or disables vendor-specific attribute (VSA) compatibility mode
when the unit is using RADIUS for call logging to the NavisAccess™ manager.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
vendor-specific—Specifies 8-bit VSA support. All standard attributes are sent in
standard RFC format, and all VSAs are sent in 8-bit VSA format. The unit ignores
all VSAs in received packets that do not have vendor-id set to ascend-vendor-id.
16-bit-vendor-specific—Specifies 16-bit VSA support. All standard attributes
are sent in standard RFC format, and all VSAs are sent in the 16-bit VSA format
as Lucent VSAs. The system ignores all VSAs in received packets that do not have
vendor-id set to lucent-vendor-id. In this format, the first 256 Lucent VSAs are
mapped to the 256 Ascend VSAs.
Note The old-ascend setting is no longer available for call-log-radius-compat.
Example set call-log-radius-compat = vendor-specific
Dependencies Consider the following:
For call-log-radius-compat to apply, you must set call-log-enable to yes.
Call logging is available with NavisRadius™ only. For information, see the
NavisRadius™ documentation.
At this time, only NavisRadius™ supports 16-bit VSAs.
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-reset-time
Description Specifies the number of seconds that must elapse before the Stinger
unit returns to using the primary call-log host (call-log-host-1).
Usage Specify the number of seconds. The default is 0 (zero), which specifies that
the Stinger unit does not return to using the primary call-log host.
Example set call-log-reset-time = 60
Dependencies For call-log-reset-time to apply, you must set call-log-enable to
yes in the call-logging profile and specify at least one value for call-log-host-n in
the same profile.
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-serv-change-enabled
Description Enables or disables trap (notification) generation when the call-logging
server changes (Ascend trap 38).
If the call-logging server index is changed, or if the IP address of the active
call-logging server is changed, this trap sends the following information to the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) manager:
The new call logging server index (callLoggingServerIndex)
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call-log-server-index
The IP address of new call logging server (callLoggingServerIPAddress)
The absolute time to show when the server change occurred
(sysAbsoluteCurrentTime)
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
yes—Specifies that the unit generates a trap when the call-logging server
changes.
no (the default)—Specifies that the unit does not generate a trap when the
call-logging server changes.
Example set call-log-serv-change-enabled = yes
Dependencies Call logging is available with NavisRadius™ only. For information,
see the NavisRadius™ documentation.
Location TRAP
call-log-server-index
Description Specifies which of the configured call-log-host-n parameter settings
are used as the active call-logging server.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
host-1 (the default)
host-2
host-3
If the Stinger unit cannot authenticate the specified server, it attempts to use the next
configured server.
Example set call-log-server-index = host-1
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-stop-only
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit sends a Stop packet that does not
contain a username. (At times, the Stinger unit can send a Stop packet to the
call-logging host without having sent a Start packet. Such a Stop packet has no
username.)
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Specifies that the Stinger unit sends a Stop packet even if it
does not contain a username. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not send a Stop packet that does not
contain a username.
Example set call-log-stop-only = no
Location CALL-LOGGING
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call-log-stream-period
call-log-stream-period
Description Specifies the number of minutes between snapshots for stream packets.
Usage Leave the setting for this parameter at its default value of 15.
Example set call-log-stream-period = 15
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-log-timeout
Description Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) that the Stinger unit waits for
a response to a call-logging request. If it does not receive a response within the
specified time, the Stinger unit sends the request to the next host specified by
Call-Log-Host-N. If all call-logging hosts are busy, the Stinger unit stores the request
and tries again at a later time. It can queue up to 154 requests.
Usage Specify an integer from 1 to 10. The default is 1.
Example set call-log-timeout = 5
Dependencies If call-log-enable is set to no, call-log-timeout does not apply.
Location CALL-LOGGING
call-route-info
Description Not used. The current default setting indicates the preferred-source
setting in a call-route profile. Any call received on the specified T1 channel is routed
to the index address.
The preferred method of call routing is to use the call-route profile. However,
although call-route-info is deprecated, any nondefault setting you specify for it
takes precedence over a preferred-source specification in a call-route profile.
Usage Specify a device address within the Stinger unit. Set call-route-info in any
profile or subprofile listed in the location information below. The default indicates
any device and passes the responsibility for call routing to call-route profiles. Lucent
Technologies recommends that you accept the default.
Example set call-route-info = { 1 6 48 }
Location AL-DMT:line-config
DS3-ATM:line-config
E3-ATM:line-config
HDSL2:line-config
OC3-ATM:line-config
SDSL:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
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call-route-type
call-route-type
Description Specifies the type of call that the Stinger unit can route to a host
device.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
any-call-type (the default)—Specifies that the Stinger unit can route any type of
call to a host device.
voice-call-type—Specifies that the Stinger unit can route voice bearer calls,
excluding 3.1kHz audio, to a host device.
digital-call-type—Specifies that the Stinger unit can route general digital calls,
including 3.1kHz audio bearer channel calls, to a host device. As far as the Stinger
unit is concerned, 3.1kHz audio calls are voice-bearing. The Stinger unit routes
them to a modem, not a High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) controller.
trunk-call-type—Specifies that the Stinger unit routes calls to a trunk device.
This value applies to trunk calls.
voip-call-type—Specifies that the Stinger unit treats incoming calls as voice
calls coming from the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) for routing
across a packet network bridge to another PSTN.
phs-call-type—Specifies Personal Handyphone System (PHS) calls.
v110-call-type—Specifies digital calls recognized as containing V.110
rate-adapted bearer channels.
Example set call-route-type = trunk-call-type
Dependencies Consider the following:
The voip-call-type setting is supported only when voip-enabled is set to yes.
When a Voice over IP (VoIP) software license has been enabled, the system
creates a new call-route profile for each installed MultiDSP module that
supports VoIP. The new call-route profile sets the call-route-type value to
voip-call-type., which enables the system to route VoIP calls to the MultiDSP
module.
When the unit receives a VoIP call on a network line, it routes the traffic
internally on its time-division multiplexing (TDM) bus to the MultiDSP module,
which handles VoIP-related functions such as audio coder/decoder (codec)
processing, Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) processing, and UDP processing.
Location CALL-ROUTE
call-routing-sort-method
Description Specifies whether to use the slot-first call-routing sort method or the
item-first sort method for analog calls.
When the system resets, the Stinger unit creates the call-routing database by sorting
the list of all installed devices. During active use, the Stinger unit resorts the list on
the basis of system activity, but the initial sort order determines the initial order in
which the unit uses host modules.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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item-first (the default)—Specifies that the Stinger unit sorts by item number,
then shelf, and then slot number. This setting tends to distribute incoming calls
evenly across multiple host modules, resulting in load balancing across all
modules, even after a system reset.
slot-first—Specifies that the Stinger unit sorts by shelf and slot number, and
then by item number. This setting tends to concentrate incoming calls on one
host module at a time.
Example set call-routing-sort-method = slot-first
Location SYSTEM
call-service
Description Read-only. Indicates the type of call service.
Usage Read-only parameter with one of the following values:
nailed-up—This channel is not switched, but is permanent. No setup procedures
are required.
switched—The call is switched.
serial-wan—The call is served by a serial WAN port or an xDSL port that acts like
a serial WAN port.
atm-wan—The call is connected to an E3-ATM, DS3-ATM, or OC3-ATM port.
Example call-service = nailed-up
Location CALL-INFO
call-type
Description Specifies whether a session must remain established, even if inactive.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
off—Enables the system to end inactive PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) sessions and
reestablish them when activity resumes.
ft1 (the default)—Keeps PPPoE sessions established indefinitely.
ft1-mpp—Not supported.
ft1-bo—Not supported.
Example set call-type = off
Dependencies This setting applies only to Stinger units that support PPPoE sessions
to a router module.
Location CONNECTION:telco-options
cap-equivalent-r-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the ring-to-shield equivalent capacitance in
picofarads for copper loop test (CLT) module capacitance test.
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cap-equivalent-t-r
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Example cap-equivalent-r-s = 1200
Location CLT-RESULT
cap-equivalent-t-r
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-ring equivalent capacitance in
picofarads for copper loop test (CLT) module capacitance test.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Example cap-equivalent-t-r = 1200
Location CLT-RESULT
cap-equivalent-t-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-shield equivalent capacitance in
picofarads for copper loop test (CLT) module capacitance test.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Example cap-equivalent-t-s = 1200
Location CLT-RESULT
carrier-established
Description Read-only. Indicates whether error conditions exist on the physical
line connection.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
true—Indicates there are no error conditions.
false—Indicates there are error conditions.
Example carrier-established = false
Location DS1-ATM-STAT
T1-STAT
cascaded-port
Description On GE-OLIM trunk ports only, this parameter can specify a cascade
port on another GE-OLIM. This allows bidirectional traffic flow between the trunk
port and the specified cascade port. Not currently supported.
Usage The valid range is 0 (the default, which disables cascading) to 10.
Example set cascaded-port = 7
Location OLIM-PORT-USAGE:olim-port-config[n]
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cast-type
cast-type
Description Specifies the connection profile topology type.
Usage With the current software version, only the default value 2p2
(point-to-point) is valid.
Example set cast-type = p2p
Location CONNECTION:atm-options
CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
cbr
Description Specifies whether constant bit rate (CBR) traffic is enabled or disabled
in this queue.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Indicates the queue supports CBR traffic. This is the default.
no—Indicates the queue does not support CBR traffic.
For each queue, one or more Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) services categories
can be set to yes. CBR must be set to yes for at least one and no more than two of the
active queues assigned to a line interface module (LIM), control module, or trunk.
Example set cbr = no
Location SWITCH-CONFIG:atm-parameters:outgoing-queue
cbsr-enable
Description Enables/disables the bootstrap router (BSR) router mechanism. When
set to yes, the Stinger unit acts as a candidate BSR and takes part in electing a BSR in
the Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) domain. With the yes setting, you must
specify a cbsr-ip-address value. This setting is not used when enable is set to no.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables the BSR router mechanism.
no (the default)—Disables the BSR router mechanism.
Example set cbsr-enable = yes
Location IP-GLOBAL:pim-options
cbsr-interval
Description Number of seconds between transmission of bootstrap messages
(BSMs). The default is to send BSMs every 60 seconds. This setting is not used when
cbsr-enable is set to no.
Usage Specify a number of seconds from 5 to 900.
Example set cbsr-interval = 120
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cbsr-ip-address
Location IP-GLOBAL:pim-options
cbsr-ip-address
See Also cbsr-ip-address
Description Local IP address the Stinger unit uses to send bootstrap messages
(BSMs) when cbsr-enable is set to yes. This setting is not used when cbsr-enable is
set to no.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set cbsr-ip-address = 1.1.1.101
Location IP-GLOBAL:pim-options
cbsr-priority
Description Bootstrap router (BSR) priority for the Stinger. The priority is used in
the election of BSR. The system is more likely to be elected BSR with a higher priority
value. To enable the system to exchange bootstrap messages (BSMs) without
becoming BSR, leave the default zero setting, or set a low numeric value. This setting
is not used when cbsr-enable is set to no.
Usage Specify a number from 0 (the default) to 255.
Example set cbsr-priority = 1
Location IP-GLOBAL:pim-options
cdv-pm
Description Specifies a proportional multiplier (a percentage) used to determine
significant change for the cell delay variation (CDV) metrics. CDV is a component of
cell transfer delay (see ctd-pm), induced by buffering and cell scheduling and is
associated with constant bit rate (CBR) and variable bit rate (VBR) quality of service
(QoS).
Usage Specify a percentage. The default value is 25.
Example set cdv-pm = 25
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-timer
See Also ctd-pm
cell-delay-variation-tolerance
Description Specifies the cell delay variation tolerance (CDVT) in microseconds.
Usage Specify a value in the range 0 (zero) to 1500 microseconds. The default value
is 20. This setting is related to the jitter tolerance of the application. Use these
guidelines to help you determine a setting:
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cell-delineation
The ideal delay variation is 0 for an application such as voice.
The default of 20 microseconds is a reasonable jitter threshold for most
applications with a low tolerance for delay—for example, constant bit rate (CBR)
and real-time variable bit rate (VBR) traffic applications.
A higher value can be used for nonreal-time VBR and other applications that are
not delay sensitive.
Example set cell-delay-variation-tolerance = 50
Location ATM-QOS
cell-delineation
Description Read-only. Indicates that ATM cell delineation, which is cell transfer
below the specified header error control (HEC) level, has been reached.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
true—Indicates the receiver line has attained cell delineation. The physical line
LED is turned on only after cell delineation has been reached.
false (the default)—Indicates cell delineation has not been reached.
Example cell-delineation = false
Location DS1-ATM-STAT
cell-level
Description Not used.
cell-mode-first
Description Not used.
cell-payload-scramble
Description Specifies whether cell payload scrambling in Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) cells is enabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables cell payload scrambling. This is the default.
no—Disables cell payload scrambling
Example set cell-payload-scramble = no
Location DS3-ATM:line-config
E3-ATM:line-config
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channel-mismatch-clear-timer-duration
channel-mismatch-clear-timer-duration
Description Specifies the amount of time in tens of milliseconds allowed for
clearing the timer in a channel mismatch in automatic protection switching (APS).
Usage Specify a number from 0 through 4,294,967,295. The default is 1000.
Example set channel-mismatch-clear-timer-duration = 500
Location APS-CONFIG
channel-mismatch-failure
Description Read-only. Indicates whether one channel has been mistakenly
matched with another.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
true—A channel-mismatch failure has occurred.
false—A channel-mismatch failure has not occurred.
Example channel-mismatch-failure = false
Location APS-STAT
channel-mismatch-failure-timer-duration
Description Specifies the channel-mismatch failure timer duration in tens of
milliseconds in automatic protection switching (APS).
Usage Specify a number from 0 through 4,294,967,295. The default is 250.
Example set channel-mismatch-failure-timer-duration = 290
Location APS-CONFIG
channel-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the status of the physical connection on the line.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
disabled—Indicates that line is configured as disabled.
unavailable—Indicates that the line is enabled, but no customer premises
equipment (CPE) device is connected to the IDSL port.
nailed-up—Indicates that physical connection has been made.
Example channel-state = [ disabled disabled ]
Location IDSL-Stat
T1-STAT
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channel-usage
channel-usage
Description Not used.
chassis-serial-number
Description Read-only. Indicates the identity of the Stinger chassis.
Usage Read-only parameter with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Location REDUNDANCY-STATS:context-stats:context-stats[n]
check-far-end-ima-id
Description Enables or disables the verification of the far-end IMA ID during
inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) group startup.
Not supported on the SHDSL LIM with IMA capability.
Description
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that this check is enabled.
no—Specifies that this check is not enabled. This is the default.
Example check-far-end-ima-id = no
Location IMAGROUP
circuit-name
Description Indicates or specifies, according to the profile that includes it, the name
of a circuit.
Usage Valid values for this parameter are as follows:
In an atmpvc-stat profile, circuit-name is a read-only value for the name of the
permanent virtual circuit (PVC).
In an atmvcc-stat profile, circuit-name is a read-only value for the name of the
virtual channel connection (VCC).
In the fr-options subprofile of a connection profile, you can specify a name for
the peer frame relay data link for a frame relay circuit, using up to 14 characters.
Note If you are configuring IDSL, and you do not specify circuit-name in the
fr-options subprofile of the connection profile, the Stinger unit automatically
creates a circuit name based on the vpi, vci, and nailed-group parameters set in
the atm-connect-options subprofile.
In frdlci-stat and frpvc-stat profiles, the circuit name is a read-only
parameter containing the name of the peer frame relay data link.
Example set circuit-name = ozone1
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clear-call
Location ATMPVC-STAT
ATMVCC-STAT
CONNECTION:fr-options
FRDLCI-STAT
FRPVC-STAT
clear-call
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER:terminal-mode-configuration
clear-screen
Description Not used.
Location TERMINAL-SERVER:terminal-mode-configuration
clid
Description Specifies the calling line number for authentication.
Usage Specify an alphanumeric value of up to 24 characters. The default value is
blank.
Example set clid = 510-555-1212
Location CONNECTION
clid-auth-mode
Description Not supported. Specifies an authentication mode to occur before the
system retrieves a caller’s profile by using the caller ID or called number.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS
CONNECTION:answer-options
clid-selection
Description Not supported. Specifies whether to use a Public Switched Telephone
Network (PSTN) caller ID or one supplied by the device requesting a session.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS
CONNECTION:tunnel-options
client-auth-id
Description Specifies the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) access concentrator
(LAC) system name used for tunnel authentication. The name is sent to the L2TP
network server (LNS) in Start Control Connection Request (SCCRQ) packets.
Tunnel authentication can be configured on a tunnel server end point level or on a
connection basis. It occurs during tunnel establishment.
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client-default-gateway
Usage Specify the LAC name, up to 31 characters. The default is null.
Example set client-auth-id = nyserver
Location CONNECTION:tunnel-options
TUNNEL-SERVER
client-default-gateway
Description Specifies a default gateway for traffic from this connection if no specific
route appears in the IP routing table.
Usage Specify an IP address. The default is 0.0.0.0, which causes the system to use
the default route.
Example set client-default-gateway = 2.2.2.2
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
client-dns-addr-assign
Description Enables or disables client Domain Name System (DNS) for the
connection. When client DNS is enabled, the system presents client DNS server
addresses while negotiating the connection. The addresses it presents can be specified
in the connection profile or ip-global profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Makes the client DNS server addresses available to the connection. This is
the default.
no —Does not make the client DNS server addresses available.
Example set client-dns-addr-assign = no
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
client-dns-primary-addr
Description Specifies the IP address of a client Domain Name System (DNS) server
for the connection. Client DNS servers provide a way to protect your local DNS
information from WAN users. Client DNS has two levels: a global configuration, and
a connection-specific configuration. This setting applies to the connection-specific
level.
Usage Specify the IP address of the primary DNS server for the connection. The
default is 0.0.0.0/0, which specifies that no primary DNS server is available for the
connection.
Example set client-dns-primary-addr = 3.3.3.3/28
Dependencies
If client-dns-addr-assign is set to no, this setting does not apply.
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client-dns-secondary-addr
If this setting is null, and client DNS has been configured system-wide in the
ip-global profile, the system uses the global client DNS server address.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
client-dns-secondary-addr
Description Specifies the IP address of a secondary client Domain Name System
(DNS) server for the connection. The unit presents this server address during IP
Control Protocol (IPCP) negotiation only if the server specified by
client-dns-primary-addr is inaccessible.
Usage Specify the IP address of the secondary DNS server for the connection. The
default is 0.0.0.0/0, which specifies that no secondary DNS server is available for the
connection.
Example set client-dns-secondary-addr = 4.4.4.4/28
Dependencies If client-dns-addr-assign is set to no, this setting does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
client-primary-dns-server
Description Specifies the IP address of the primary client Domain Name System
(DNS) server for remote customer premises equipment (CPE) devices that do not
have a client DNS server defined in the client’s profile. The address is presented to
WAN connections during IP Control Protocol (IPCP) negotiation.
Client DNS can be specified system-wide to allow all CPE to access one or two DNS
servers. Or it can be configured on a connection basis, to allow each appropriately
configured connection to access one or two specific servers. At the system level, client
DNS also allows an exit mechanism to the local servers if the client servers are
inaccessible.
When specified in a vrouter profile, the effect of this DNS setting is similar to that in
the ip-global profile, but is exclusive to the virtual router. If DNS settings are not
specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual router uses the DNS settings defined in the
ip-global profile
Usage Specify the IP address of a DNS server for CPE devices that do not require a
connection-specific client DNS configuration. The default is 0.0.0.0/0, which
specifies that no client DNS server is available on a global level.
Example set client-primary-dns-server = 1.1.1.1/28
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
client-secondary-dns-server
Description Specifies the IP address of a secondary client Domain Name System
(DNS) server for remote customer premises equipment (CPE) devices that do not
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client-wins-addr-assign
have a client DNS server defined in the client’s profile. The address is presented to
WAN connections during IP Control Protocol (IPCP) negotiation.
Client DNS can be specified system-wide to allow all CPE to access one or two DNS
servers. Or it can be configured on a connection basis, to allow each appropriately
configured connection to access one or two specific servers. At the system level, client
DNS also allows an exit mechanism to the local servers if the client servers are
inaccessible.
When specified in a vrouter profile, the effect of this DNS setting is similar to that in
the ip-global profile, but is exclusive to the virtual router. If DNS settings are not
specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual router uses the DNS settings defined in the
ip-global profile
Usage Specify the IP address of a DNS server for CPE devices that do not require a
connection-specific client DNS configuration. The default is 0.0.0.0/0, which
specifies that no client DNS server is available on a global level.
Example set client-secondary-dns-server = 2.2.2.2/28
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
client-wins-addr-assign
Description Enables or disables client Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) for
the connection. When client WINS is enabled, the system presents client WINS server
addresses while negotiating the connection. The addresses it presents can be specified
in the connection profile or ip-global profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Makes the client WINS server addresses available to the connection. This is
the default.
no—Does not make the client WINS server addresses available.
Example set client-wins-addr-assign = no
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
client-wins-primary-addr
Description Specifies the IP address of a client Windows Internet Name Service
(WINS) server for the connection.
Client WINS servers provide a way to protect your local WINS information from
WAN users. Client WINS has two levels: a global configuration that applies to all PPP
connections, and a connection-specific configuration. This setting applies to the
connection-specific level.
The system uses the global client addresses only if the connection profile specifies no
WINS server addresses. You can also choose to present your local WINS servers to
clients if no other servers are defined or available.
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client-wins-secondary-addr
Usage Specify the IP address of the primary WINS server for the connection. The
default is 0.0.0.0/0, which specifies that no primary WINS server is available for the
connection.
Example set client-wins-primary-addr = 3.3.3.3/28
Dependencies If client-wins-addr-assign is set to no, this setting does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
client-wins-secondary-addr
Description Specifies the IP address of a secondary client Windows Internet Name
Service (WINS) server for the connection. The unit presents this server address
during IP Control Protocol (IPCP) negotiation only if the server specified by
client-wins-primary-addr is inaccessible.
Usage Specify the IP address of the secondary WINS server for the connection. The
default is 0.0.0.0/0, which specifies that no secondary WINS server is available for the
connection.
Example set client-wins-secondary-addr = 4.4.4.4/28
Dependencies If client-wins-addr-assign is set to no, this setting does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
cli-user-auth
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit authenticates a
command-line-interface user by means of local profiles or an external authentication
server, and if the authentication is to be in any specific order.
Usage Specify one of the following settings:
local-then-external—Specifies that the Stinger unit uses local user profiles for
the first authentication attempt. If that attempt fails, the unit attempts
authentication through an external server, if an external authentication server
exists. This is the default.
local-only—Specifies that the Stinger unit uses only local user profiles.
external-only—Specifies that the Stinger unit uses only an external
authentication server and ignores local user profiles.
external-then-local—Specifies that the Stinger unit authenticates by means of
an external authentication server. If authentication fails or times out, the unit
uses local user profiles to make another attempt.
external-then-local-if-timeout—Specifies that the Stinger unit authenticates
by means of an external authentication server. If authentication times out, the
unit uses local user profiles to make another attempt.
Example set cli-user-auth = local-only
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH
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clock-change-trap-enabled
clock-change-trap-enabled
Description Enables or disables the system generation of a trap (notification) on a
clock change.
Usage Select one of the following values:
yes—Clock change generates a trap.
no—Clock change does not generate a trap. This is the default.
Example set clock-change-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
clock-priority
Description Assigns a clock source priority to an interface.
When multiple interfaces are eligible to be the clock source for synchronous
transmissions, the Stinger unit uses the value you specify to select an interface as the
master clock source.
Usage Valid values are as follows. The default is middle-priority in all profiles
except ds1-atm, in which the default is high-priority.
high-priority—Specifies the highest priority. The Stinger unit chooses an
interface with this priority setting as the clock source over other interfaces with a
lower priority. If more than one interface has the highest priority, the first
available interface becomes the clock source.
middle-priority—Specifies the second priority. The Stinger unit chooses an
interface with this priority setting if every interface with a high-priority setting is
unavailable. If more than one interface has a middle-priority setting, the first
available middle-priority interface becomes the clock source.
low-priority—Specifies the lowest priority. The Stinger unit chooses an interface
with this priority only if every interface with a higher priority setting is
unavailable. If more than one interface has a low-priority setting, the first
available low-priority interface becomes the clock source.
Once the Stinger unit chooses an interface as the clock source, it uses that interface
until it becomes unavailable, or a until a higher-priority source becomes available.
Example set clock-priority = middle-priority
Dependencies Consider the following:
If clock-source is set to not-eligible, this setting does not apply.
If multiple interfaces are eligible to be the clock source and each interface has an
equal clock-priority value, the Stinger unit chooses a clock source at random.
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
DS3-ATM:line-config
E3-ATM:line-config
OC3-ATM:line-config
HDSL2:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
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clock-source
clock-source
Description Specifies whether a Stinger unit can use an interface as the master
clock source for its timing subsystem.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
eligible—The system can obtain its clock signal from the port.
not-eligible (the default)—The system cannot use the port for a clock source.
Example set clock-source = eligible
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
DS3-ATM:line-config
E3-ATM:line-config
OC3-ATM:line-config
HDSL2:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
cltm-shelf
Description Identifies the shelf where a copper loop test (CLT) is to be performed.
The system uses a value of 1 for a standalone or host unit or the shelf number of a
remote unit as the index in the CLT-MS-ACCES profile.
Usage Enter the shelf number, preceded by shelf-.
Example set cltm-shelf = shelf-2
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
cltm-slot
Description Specifies the number of the slot in which a copper loop test (CLT)
module or path selector module (PSM) is installed.
Usage Enter the slot number, preceded by slot-.
Example set cltm-slot = slot-15
Location CLT-MS-ACCESS
CLT-COMMAND
CLT-RESULT
clt-slot-number
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of the slot in which a copper loop test
(CLT) module or path selector module (PSM) is installed.
Usage The clt-slot-number value is read-only.
Example clt-slot-number = any-slot
Location LINE-TESTS
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code-violations
code-violations
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of cyclic redundancy check (CRC)
anomalies occurring during the accumulation period. Use this parameter to check
interface operations.
Usage The code-violations value is read-only.
Example code-violations = 17
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-statistic
HDSL2-STAT:physical-statistic
SDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
SHDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
coil-detection-coil-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of load coils detected during a copper
loop test (CLT).
Usage The coil-detection-coil-count value is read-only.
Example coil-detection-coil-count = 2
Location CLT-RESULT
coldstart-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system generates a notification (trap) when the
Stinger unit reinitializes itself so that the configuration of the SNMP manager or the
system itself might be altered.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the system generates a trap when the Stinger unit reinitializes
itself so that the configuration of the SNMP manager or the system itself might be
altered. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the system does not generates a notification (trap) when the
Stinger unit reinitializes itself so that the configuration of the SNMP manager or
the system itself might be altered.
Example set coldstart-enabled = no
Location TRAP
command[n]
Description Commands to allow or exclude.
Usage Specify up to 512 commands that the users are allowed to use or are
excluded from using.
Example set command 1 = write
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committed-burst-size
Dependencies This parameter is used in conjunction with the
exclude-listed-commands parameter.
Location USER-GROUP
committed-burst-size
Description Determines the maximum number of frames that can be transmitted at
the committed information rate (CIR) before they are available for discarding or
marking.
Usage Numeric field. Range =0 to 256.
Example committed-burst-size = 5
Location ETHER-QOS
committed-information-rate
Description Average bandwidth of the flow in Kbps, from 0 to 1,000,000.
Usage A nonzero value automatically enables the policer in color-blind mode
With the default value of 0, the policer is disabled and the flow is not rate limited.
This is the maximum possible setting for CIR. The flow rate in this case is the rate
defined by the ATM-QOS profile for ATM connections, or by the scheduling
subprofile for routed (IP-INTERFACE) or VLAN (VLAN-ETHERNET) interfaces.
The minimum policing rate (minimum CIR) with an IP2000 module is 16.276
Kbps rounded to 17 Kbps.
With an IP2100 control module, the minimum policing rate (minimum CIR) is
31Kbps.
Example committed-information-rate = 0
Location scheduling
community-minus-1
Description Not used. Specifies a number representing the highest level of the
Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) hierarchy that lies within the
community minus one scope.
Usage Specify a number from 1 (one) to 104. The default is 64.
Example set community-minus-1 = 64
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG:node-scope-mapping
community-name
Description Specifies the SNMP community name associated with SNMP protocol
data units (PDUs). The string you specify becomes a password that the Stinger unit
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community-plus-1
sends to the SNMP manager when an SNMP notification (trap) event occurs. The
password authenticates the sender identified by host-address.
Usage Specify a community name of up to 31 characters. The default is public.
Example set community-name = mycomm
Location TRAP
community-plus-1
Description Not used. Specifies a number representing the highest level of the
Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) hierarchy that lies within the
community plus one scope.
Usage Specify a number from 1 (one) to 104. The default is 48.
Example set community-plus-1 = 48
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-scope-mapping
comp-neq
Description Specifies whether to test for packet data that is equal to a specified
value or not equal to that value.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—The comparison succeeds (the filter matches) if the contents do not equal
the specified value.
no (the default)—The comparison succeeds when the values are equal. For a filter
that requires the packet contents to equal the specified value, leave comp-neq
(compare-not-equals) set to no.
Example set comp-neq = no
Dependencies This setting applies only if the type parameter in the input-filter
or output-filter subprofile is set to generic-filter.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:gen-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:gen-filter
config-change-enabled
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit generates a Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) Config-Change notification (trap 30) whenever the
system configuration is modified or a new software version is loaded.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Specifies that the trap is enabled.
no—Specifies that the trap is not enabled.
Example set config-change-enabled = no
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config-side
Location TRAP
config-side
Description Specifies the role of the managed entity as one side of the
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) interface.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
user—The managed entity has the role of user.
network—The managed entity has the role of network.
other—This is the default.
Example set config-side = other
Dependencies This value does not apply when config-type is set to
atmf-pnni1dot0.
Location ATM-IF-CONFIG:extension-config
config-type
Description Specifies the type of connection setup procedures configured for the
ATM interface.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
atmf-uni-pvc-only (the default)
atmf-pnni1dot—For trunk port interfaces, this value enables a Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) setup.
atmf-auto-config—Sets the configuration type automatically.
Example set config-type = atmf-pnni1dot
Location ATM-IF-CONFIG:extension-config
connection-profile-auto-naming-convention
Description Specifies the naming convention for connection profiles generated by
the system when a cross-connect entry has been created via SNMP.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
lower-interface-number-first (the default)—Creates a connection profile and
assign the profile a name that specifies the slot and port with the low ifIndex
value first, followed by the slot and port with the higher ifIndex value. For
example:
admin> dir connection
147 11/25/2001 18:28:05
146 11/25/2001 18:36:25
17:1-0-50x1:1-0-50
17:1-15x1:1-15
atm-options-entry-first—Creates a connection profile and assign the profile a
name that specifies the slot and port of the first side of the ATM circuit (the
interface specified in the connection atm-options subprofile) , followed by the
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conn-estab-interval
slot and port of the second side of the ATM circuit (the interface specified in the
atm-connect-options subprofile).
admin> dir connection
147 11/25/2001 18:28:05
146 11/25/2001 18:36:25
1:1-0-50x17:1-0-50
1:1-15x17:1-15
Example set connection-profile-auto-naming-convention =
atm-options-entry-first
Location SYSTEM
conn-estab-interval
Description Specifies the number of seconds between successive transmissions of
interim link management interface (ILMI) messages on this interface for the purpose
of detecting establishment of ILMI connectivity. ILMI is not supported with the current
software version.
Usage Set a value from 1 to 65535 seconds. The default value is 1 (one).
Example set conn-estab-interval = 15
Location ATM-IF-CONFIG:extension-config
conn-kind
Description Specifies the kind of soft permanent virtual circuit (SPVC).
Usage With the current software version, valid values are as follows:
pvc—Specifies a virtual link of a permanent virtual circuit (PVC)/permanent
virtual path (PVP). This is the default.
spvc-initiator—Specifies a virtual link at the permanent virtual channel (PVC)
side of an SPVC—the line interface module (LIM)-side connection to customer
premises equipment (CPE).
spvc-target—Specifies a virtual link at the PVC side of an SPVC where the
switch is the target of the SPVC setup
svc-incoming—Not used. Specifies a virtual link established after reception of a
signaling request to set up a switched virtual connection (SVC).
svc-outgoing—Not used. Specifies a virtual link established after forwarding or
transmission of a signaling request to set up an SVC.
Note With the current software version, the settings specified by svc-incoming and
svc-outgoing are build dynamically by the system and are unavailable in the TAOS
command-line interface.
Example set conn-kind = spvc-target
Location CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
CONNECTION:atm-options
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conn-user
conn-user
Description Read-only. Indicates whether a soft permanent virtual circuit (SPVC)
connection is for a user or for a signaling channel.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
default—Represents any normal user connection.
cpcs (common part convergence sublayer)—Indicates that the profile was
created automatically for use by the ATM signaling control channel.
Example conn-user = default
Location CONNECTION
console-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system generates an SNMP notification (trap)
when the console has changed state.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the system generates a trap when the console has changed
state. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the system does not generate a trap when the console has
changed state.
Example set console-enabled = no
Location TRAP
console-mode
Description Specifies the console mode used on the serial console (diagnostic) port.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
on (the default)—Specifies that the console port is activated for the specified
control module.
off—Specifies that the console port is not activated for the specified control
module.
y-cable—Specifies that the console port on a unit with redundant control
modules uses automatic mode. In this mode, when control of the system
switches to the secondary control module so that the secondary became primary,
that control module’s console also switches over and becomes active. This is a
kind of console redunduncy.
Example set console-mode = y-cable
Dependencies For the y-cable setting to apply, the serial ports of both redundant
control modules must be connected through a Y-cable to an administrative terminal.
Location SERIAL
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contact
contact
Description Specifies the person or department to contact for reporting error
conditions. The contact value is SNMP readable and settable.
Usage Specify the name of a contact person or department. You can enter up to
80 characters. The default is null.
Example set contact = rchu
Location SNMP
contact-closure[n]
Description An array of indexed parameters that indicate the contact closure state
on the corresponding remote shelf.
Note Only the first two contact closure values are meaningful for Stinger MRT units.
Usage This parameter is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
yes—Contact-closure sensors on the remote shelf indicate loss of contact closure.
no (the default)—Contact-closure sensors on the remote shelf indicate closure.
Example contact-closure[1] = no
Location REMOTE-SHELF-STAT
context-prefix
Description Specifies a name to be compared with the name present in the
incoming or outgoing protocol data unit (PDU), either as a prefix or as a complete
match. This parameter must be configured as part of the view based access control
model (VACM).
Usage Specify a name in plain text of up to 32 characters.
Example set context-name = electra
Dependencies The value of match-method determines how the value of
context-prefix is matched in the incoming or outgoing PDU:
If match-method is set to exact-match, the name in the PDU must match exactly.
If match-method is set to prefix-match, only the prefix of the name in the PDU
must match.
Location VACM-ACCESS:access-properties
continuity-level
Description Specifies the type of continuity test.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
end-to-end—Specifies testing at the end-to-end level.
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contract-name
segment (the default)—Specifies testing at the segment level.
Example set continuity-level = end-to-end
Location ATM-OAM:continuity-config
contract-name
Description Specifies a name in one of two profiles:
In an atm-qos profile, contract-name specifies the unique name of the
quality-of-service (QoS) contract used with one or more Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) connections.
In an atm-prefix profile, contract-name specifies the name of the profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
In an atm-qos profile, specify a text string of up to 16 characters. The default is
null.
In an atm-prefix profile, specify a name of up to 20 characters. The name
specifies the profile with the default index containing the system-generated ATM
prefix.
Dependencies In the atm-qos profile only, if encapsulation-protocol is not set to
atm or atm-circuit, contract-name does not apply.
Example
For an atm-qos profile:
set contract-name = contract002
For an atm-prefix profile:
set contract-name = target-2
Location ATM-PREFIX
ATM-QOS
control-bus-type
Description Specifies how to send control bus messages. This attribute exists only
when the shelf-controller-type is not SLAVE.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
dpram (dual port RAM; the default)—Specifies a single shared bus between the
control module and each line interface module (LIM). It is an extension of the
control module processor.
pbus (packet bus)—Specifies an ATM start connection between the control
module and each LIM.
dpramfailover—Specifies that dpram is used as the control bus during normal
operation. If a dpram failure is detected then an automatic switchover to the
pbus will occur.
Example set control-bus-type = pbus
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control-connect-establish-timer
Location SYSTEM
control-connect-establish-timer
Description Specifies the number of seconds during which the system can establish
a Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) tunnel with another host. Any change you make
to this value takes effect when the previous timer expires.
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 600. The default is 60.
Example set control-connect-establish-timer = 120
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
controller-switchover-enabled
Description Enables or disables system generation of a trap (notification) on a
control module switchover in a redundant system.
Usage Select one of the following values:
yes—Control module change generates a trap.
no—Control module change does not generate a trap.
Example set controller-switchover-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
core-dump-rip-update
Description Specifies the RIP update rate during a core dump.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
update-higher-freq—RIP updates are sent in higher frequency during core
dumps.
update-high-freq (the default)—RIP updates are sent in high frequency during
core dumps.
update-med-freq—RIP updates are sent in medium frequency during core
dumps.
update-low-freq—RIP updates are sent in low frequency during core dumps.
update-lower-freq—RIP updates are sent in lower frequency during core dumps.
update-off—RIP updates are not sent during core dumps.
Example set core-dump-rip-update = update-off
Location DEBUG
corrected-hec-error-count
Description Read-only. Number of corrected header check sequence (HCS) errors
since the Stinger unit was last reset.
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correction-factor
Usage The corrected-hec-error-count value is read-only.
Example corrected-hec-error-count = 0
Location DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
OC3-ATM-STAT
correction-factor
Description Specifies the number of failures that must be detected by control
module self-tests before a correction is made. The system is configured by default to
perform background integrity tests of the control module application-specific
integrated circuit (ASIC) at a specified interval (10 milliseconds by default).
Usage Valid values range from 1 (one) through 20. The default is 5.
The system keeps a history of the past 20 tests. If the correction factor is 1, 1 failure
out of the past 20 tests results in a correction. If the correction factor is 5, 5 failures
out of 20 result in a correction.
Example set correction-factor = 6
Location SYSTEM-INTEGRITY:integrity-config
coset-enabled
Description Not used. Specifies whether the ATM Forum polynomial (coset
polynomial) is added to the header error control (HEC) field, in the transmit
direction, before the HEC verification of a received cell.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes (the default)—Specifies that the ATM Forum coset polynomial value is added
to HEC before the HEC verification of a received cell.
no—Specifies that the ATM Forum polynomial (coset polynomial) is not added to
HEC before the HEC verification of a received cell.
Example set coset-enabled = no
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
cost
Description Cost of an OSPF link. The lower the cost, the more likely OSPF is to use
the interface to forward data traffic.
The value you can enter for cost depends upon your configuration:
Usage Specify a number from 1 through 16777214. The default is 1 on the Ethernet
interface, or 10 on a WAN link. With the exception of links to stub networks, the
output cost must always be nonzero. A link with a cost of 0xFFFFFF (16777215) is
considered nonoperational.
Example set cost = 50
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countries-enabled
Dependencies In a static route, interpretation of the cost value depends on the
type of external metric set by ase-type. If the Stinger unit is advertising type 1
metrics, OSPF can use the specified number as the cost of the route. Type 2 external
metrics are an order of magnitude larger. Any type 2 metric is considered greater
than the cost of any path internal to the autonomous system.
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options,
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
countries-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates the bit set identifying the countries enabled in the
Stinger unit.
Usage The countries-enabled setting is read-only.
Example countries-enabled = 511
Location BASE
country-code
Description Specifies the country location regarding modem settings, to program
the modem for any operational parameters that need to be adjusted for national
regulations or telephone networks.
Usage Valid values are as follows. The default value is unitedstates.
australia
austria
belgium
brazil
bulgaria
canada
china
czechslovak
denmark
finland
france
germany
greece
hongkong
hungary
india
ireland
israel
italy
japan
korea
luxembourg
malaysia
mexico
netherlands
newzealand
norway
philippines
poland
portugal
russia
singapore
southafrica
spain
sweden
switzerland
taiwan
unitedkingdom
unitedstates
Example set country-code = malaysia
Dependencies When the modem profile is updated and written, a check is made to
see if the modem supports the selected value for country-code. If the modem
supports the value, it is programmed with the new country code. If the modem does
not support the selected country code then country-code is not updated with the
new value and an error message is logged.
Location MODEM
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cp-bit-error-count
cp-bit-error-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of parity errors on C-bit-parity lines
since the last time the unit was reset.
Usage The cp-bit-error-count value is read-only.
Example cp-bit-error-count = 0
Location DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
cross-connect-index
Description Read-only. Indicates the cross-connect index in the AToM MIB. A
cross-connect receives a cell stream on one interface and transmits it on another.
Usage The cross-connect-index value is read-only.
Example cross-connect-index = 0
Location CONNECTION
cslip-auto-detect
Description Not used.
ctd-pm
Description Specifies the proportional multiplier (a percentage) used to determine
significant change for the cell transfer delay (CTD) metrics. Cell transfer delay is the
elapsed time between a cell exit event at one interface for a connection, such as the
source User-Network Interface (UNI), and the corresponding cell entry event at
another interface, such as the destination UNI. The cell transfer delay between two
measurement points is the sum of the total inter-ATM node transmission delay.
Usage Specify a percentage from 1 to 99. The default is 50.
Example set ctd-pm = 60
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-timer
ctone-tone
Description Specifies the type of control tone to be used in a copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
quiet—Specifies the quiet type of tone. This is the default.
restore—Specifies that a normal tone type is restored.
Example set ctone-tone = restore
Location CLT-COMMAND
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ctone-type
ctone-type
Description Specifies the type of DSL service to use for the control tone in a copper
loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
adsl—Specifies that ADSL is used for the control tone. This is the default.
glite—Specifies that G.lite is used for the control tone.
Example set ctone-typt = glite
Location CLT-COMMAND
current-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the state of a slot, a permanent virtual circuit
(PVC), or an ATM virtual channel connection (VCC), depending on the profile.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
In a slot-state profile, current-state indicates the current operational state of
the slot and can have one of the following values:
–
oper-state-down—The slot is in a nonoperational state.
–
oper-state-up—The slot is in normal operations mode.
–
oper-state-diag—The slot is in diagnostics mode.
–
oper-state-dump—The slot is dumping its memory.
–
oper-state-pend—The slot is no longer down, but is not yet ready for normal
operation. This value denotes a transitional state in which additional
shelf-to-slot communications are required to make the slot fully operational.
–
oper-state-post—The slot is running a self-test.
–
oper-state-maint—This state indicates the operator explicitly took the card
out of operation.
–
oper-state-none—The slot is empty.
In an atmpvc-stat profile, current-state indicates the current state of the ATM
permanent virtual circuit (PVC) and can have one of the following values:
–
pvc-inactive—The PVC is inactive.
–
pvc-closed—The PVC exists, but it is closed.
–
pvc-data-transfer—The PVC is active, and data can be transferred.
In an atmvcc-stat profile, current-state indicates the current state of the ATM
virtual channel connection (VCC) and can have one of the following values:
–
vcc-inactive—The VCC is inactive.
–
vcc-closed—The VCC exists, but it is closed.
–
vcc-data-transfer—The VCC is active, and data can be transferred.
In an frpvc-stat or frdlci-stat FRPVC-STAT or FRDLCI-STAT profile,
current-state indicates the current state of the permanent virtual circuit (PVC)
and can have one of the following values:
–
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curr-node-id
–
pvc-closed—The PVC exists, but it is closed.
–
pvc-data-transfer—The PVC is active, and data can be transferred.
Example current-state = pvc-inactive
Location ATMPVC-STAT
ATMVCC-STAT
FRDLCI-STAT
FRPVC-STAT
SLOT-STATE
curr-node-id
Description Specifies the value that the unit is currently using to represent itself as
this Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node.
Usage Specify either the PNNI node ID generated by the system or the ID manually
entered for node-id.
Example set curr-node-id =
48:a0:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:d0:6a:96:00:ff:d0:6a:+
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG
curr-node-peer-group-id
Description Specifies the value the unit is currently using as its peer group ID.
Usage Specify either the Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) peer group
ID generated by the system, or the ID manually entered in node-peer-group-id.
Example set curr-node-peer-group-id =
48:39:84:0f:80:01:bc:72:00:01:00:00:00:00
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG
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D
dadsl-atm-24
Description Specifies whether code images for ADSL 24-port line interface modules
(LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Specifies that the system loads the code image if an ADSL 24-port LIM is
installed. This is the default.
load—Specifies that the system loads the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
skip—Specifies that the system skips the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example set dadsl-atm-24 = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
data-call-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates whether the Stinger unit supports data calls over
integrated services digital network (ISDN) lines.
Usage The data-call-enabled parameter setting is read-only. Valid values are as
follows:
yes—Indicates that the Stinger unit supports data calls over ISDN lines.
no (the default)—Indicates that the Stinger unit does not support data calls over
ISDN lines.
Example data-call-enabled = yes
Location BASE
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data-filter
data-filter
Description Specifies the name of a filter to apply to the interface. The filter name
can be from a local filter profile or RADIUS pseudo-user profile.
The setting in the answer-defaults profile is used only for RADIUS-authenticated
connections that do not specify a data filter.
If the system applies both a call filter and a data filter to a connection, it applies the
data filter first. Only those packets that the data filter forwards reach the call filter.
Usage Specify the filter name. The default is null, which indicates no filter.
Example set data-filter = ip-spoof
Dependencies If a local connection profile does not use authentication, it cannot
specify a RADIUS filter profile. Filters are not supported with the current software version.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:session-info
CONNECTION:session-options
data-ip-address
Description Specifies the IP address of the Ethernet port to be used for stacking data
traffic. The system advertises the address to other members of the stack in stacking
control packets, and those systems, in turn, send stacking data packets to the address
you specify.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0, which
specifies that the system-ip-addr value is advertised instead of the data-ip-address
value.
Example set data-ip-address = 1.1.1.1
Dependencies The Stinger unit supports a soft IP interface, which is an internal
interface that is always operational. Routing protocols always advertise the soft
interface address as reachable on all interfaces that are operational and running a
routing protocol. Like the system-ip-addr, the data-ip-address is an area of memory
that contains the address of one of the Ethernet interfaces of the Stinger unit.
If the specified interface becomes unavailable, all stacking data packets destined for
the interface are lost. Some applications use the soft interface for the
data-ip-address value to keep from being bound to a particular interface. To use the
soft interface as the destination for stacking data packets, enter the soft IP interface
address for data-ip-address.
Location STACKING
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data-rate-mode
data-rate-mode
Description Specifies the per-session DSL data-rate mode.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
autobaud—Specifies that a DSL modem must train up to a set data rate. If a DSL
modem cannot train to this data rate, it connects at the closest rate to which it
can train (the modem’s ceiling rate).
singlebaud (the default)—Specifies that the device trains to a single data rate,
even if the DSL modem can train at a higher or lower data rate.
Note Currently, only the singlebaud setting is supported on the SDSL module.
Example set data-rate-mode = singlebaud
Location SDSL:line-config
data-service
Description Not supported. Specifies the type of service requested of a telephone company
central office (CO) switch.
Location CONNECTION:telco-options
dc-delta-resistance-r-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the ring-to-shield resistance in ohms for a copper
loop test (CLT) module dc-delta resistance test.
Usage Read-only numeric field with a range of 0 to 4294967295. The value
99999999 indicates that the measurement is over range.
Example dc-delta-resistance-r-s = 1200
Location CLT-RESULT
dc-delta-resistance-t-r
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-ring delta resistance in ohms.for a
copper loop test (CLT) module dc-delta resistance test.
Usage Read-only numeric field with a range of 0 to 4294967295. The value
99999999 indicates that the measurement is over range.
Example dc-delta-resistance-t-r = 1200
Location CLT-RESULT
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dc-delta-resistance-t-s
dc-delta-resistance-t-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-shield delta resistance in ohms for a
copper loop test (CLT) module dc-delta resistance test.
Usage Read-only numeric field with a range of 0 to 4294967295. The value
99999999 indicates that the measurement is over range.
Example dc-delta-resistance-t-s = 1200
Location CLT-RESULT
dc-delta-voltage-r-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the ring-to-shield voltage in millivolts for a copper
loop test (CLT) module dc-delta voltage test.
Usage Read-only numeric field with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Example dc-delta-voltage-r-s = 200
Location CLT-RESULT
dc-delta-voltage-t-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-shield voltage in millivolts for a copper
loop test (CLT) module dc-delta voltage test.
Usage Read-only numeric field with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Example dc-delta-voltage-t-s = 200
Location CLT-RESULT
dcen392-val
Description Specifies the total number of errors that must occur during data
circuit-terminating equipment (DCE)-N392-monitored events to cause the network
side to declare the user side’s procedures inactive.
Usage Specify a value from 1 to 10. The value you specify must be less than the
dcen393-val value. The default is 3.
Example set dcen392-val = 7
Dependencies If link-type is set to dte, dcen392-val does not apply.
Location FRAME-RELAY
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dcen393-val
dcen393-val
Description Specifies the data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE)-monitored
event count.
Usage Specify a value from 1 to 10. The value you specify must be greater than the
value of dcen392-val. The default is 4.
Example set dcen393-val = 8
Dependencies If link-type is set to dte, dcen393-val does not apply.
Location FRAME-RELAY
d-channel-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates whether the unit enables D-channel (ISDN)
signaling.
Usage The d-channel-enabled setting is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
yes—Indicates that the unit supports D-channel signaling.
no—Indicates that the unit does not support D-channel signaling.
Example d-channel-enabled = yes
Location BASE
dead-interval
Description Specifies the number of seconds the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
router waits for Hello packets before determining that its neighbor is unavailable.
Usage Specify a number from 0 through 65535. The default is 40 for a connected
route, and 120 for a WAN connection.
Example set dead-interval = 40
See Also CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK
decrement-channel-count
Description Specifies the number of channels the Stinger unit removes as a bundle
when bandwidth changes, either manually or automatically, during a call.
Note You cannot clear a call by decrementing channels.
Usage Specify an integer from 1 to 32. The default is 1.
Example set decrement-channel-count = 2
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:mpp-answer
CONNECTION:mpp-options
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default-filter-cache-time
default-filter-cache-time
Description Specifies the number of minutes to cache RADIUS filter profiles that do
not include a value for Ascend-Cache-Time (57).
Once the cache timer expires, cached profiles are deleted from system memory. The
next time a remote filter is needed, the system retrieves the profile from RADIUS and
stores it in cache again. Keeping a profile in cache increases performance when
establishing sessions that use the filter, at the cost of some system memory.
Usage Specify a number of minutes. The default is 1440 (24 hours). If this parameter
is set to 0 (zero), the default timer is disabled so that only RADIUS profiles specifying
a cache time are cached.
Example set default-filter-cache-time = 600
Dependencies The system uses this setting only if no cache time is specified in the
RADIUS filter profile.
Location IP-GLOBAL
default-prt-cache-time
Description Specifies the number of minutes to cache RADIUS private-route
profiles that do not include a value for Ascend-Cache-Time (57).
Keeping a profile in cache increases the performance of route lookups, at the cost of
some system memory. Once the cache timer expires, cached profiles are deleted from
system memory. The next time a private route is needed, the system retrieves the
profile from RADIUS and stores it in cache again.
Usage Specify a number of minutes. The default is 1440 (24 hours). If this parameter
is set to 0 (zero), the default timer is disabled so that only RADIUS profiles specifying
a cache time are cached.
Example set default-prt-cache-time = 600
Dependencies The system uses this setting only if no cache time is specified in the
RADIUS private-route profile.
Location IP-GLOBAL
default-status
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit displays the status screen by default
when the user logs in.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit displays the status screen when it
authenticates the profile.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not display the status screen when it
authenticates the profile. This is the default.
Example set default-status = yes
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defect-ratio
Dependencies The default-status setting applies to Telnet and console logins. It
does not apply to use of the auth command.
Location USER
defect-ratio
Description Not used. Specifies the ratio of “no-defect-to-defect” time on a link. This
parameter determines the relationship between the following:
The amount of time the Stinger system waits to declare no defect
The amount of time it waits before declaring a defect
The higher the value, the greater the integration time needed before the link can be
used after it is out of alarms.
Usage Enter a number between 0 (zero) and 2147483647. The default is 10.
Example The following example specifies that five times as much time must elapse
before the unit declares no defect and can use the link again.
set defect-ratio = 5
Location DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:rxlink-config
delay
Description Not used.
delay-callback
Description Not supported. Specifies a delay (in seconds) before the system initiates
callback.
Location CONNECTION:telco-options
delta-cell-delin-value
Description Specifies the number of consecutive cells with a correct header error
count (HEC) required for the Stinger unit to move from the PRESYNC state to the
SYNC state.
Not used on the SHDSL with IMA capability LIM.
Usage Specify a number between 1 (one) and 16. The default is 6.
Example set delta-cell-delin-value = 16
Location IMAHW-CONFIG
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desired-state
desired-state
Description Specifies the desired administrative state of a device.
The actual state of the device can differ from the desired state, as when a device is
starting (powering up), or if you change the desired state on a running slot. Changing
the desired state does not force a device to the new state. It directs the Stinger unit to
change the device state in a graceful manner.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
admin-state-down—Specifies that the addressed device should terminate all
operations and enter the DOWN state.
admin-state-up (the default)—Specifies that the addressed device should come
up in normal operations mode.
Dependencies You can change the administrative state of a device by using the
SNMP Set commands or the Stinger slot-d and slot-u commands.
Example set desired-state = admin-state-down
Location ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF
ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF
desired-trap-state
Description Indicates whether linkUp and linkDown notifications (traps) have been
enabled.
Usage The desired-trap-state setting is configurable. Valid values are as follows:
trap-state-enabled—Indicates that linkUp and linkDown traps are generated for
the interface.
trap-state-disabled—Indicates that linkUp and linkDown traps are not
generated for the interface.
system-defined (the default)—Indicates that whether linkUp and linkDown traps
are generated is determined in the system profile.
Example desired-trap-state = trap-state-enabled
Location ADMIN-STATE-PERM-IF
ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF
dest-address
Description Specifies a destination IP address in the following profiles:
In an ip-route profile or the route description in a private-route-table profile,
the default null address (0.0.0.0) represents the default route. The system
forwards packets whose destinations do not match an entry in the routing table
to the default route.
In a filter profile, the combined value of dest-address and dest-address-mask
represents a destination address to be filtered. The default null address (0.0.0.0)
matches all packets.
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dest-address-mask
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set dest-address = 1.1.1.1
Dependencies In a filter profile, this setting applies only if type is set to ip-filter
or tos-filter.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:input-filters[n]:tos-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:tos-filter
IP-ROUTE
PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE
dest-address-mask
Description Specifies a mask that the system applies to the dest-address value
before comparing that value to the destination address of a packet.
You can use this value to hide the host portion of an address, or its host and subnet
portion. After translating the mask and address into binary format, the system applies
the mask to the address by performing a logical AND operation. The mask hides the
portion of the address that appears behind each binary 0 (zero) in the mask.
Usage Specify a mask in decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0, which masks all
bits. A mask of all ones (255.255.255.255) masks no bits, so the system compares the
full destination address of a single host.
Example set dest-address-mask = 255.255.255.255
Dependencies This setting applies only if the type parameter in the input-filter
or output-filter subprofile is set to ip-filter or tos-filter.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:input-filters[n]:tos-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:tos-filter
destination-ip-address
Description Destination IP address.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
In a packet-classifier profile, specify an IP address. After applying the
destination-ip-netmask to this value, a comparison is done. The default value is
0.0.0.0/0.
In an ecmp-options profile, specify yes to use the destination IP address of a
packet header in defining a packet flow or no (the default value) to not use the
destination address.
Example set destination-ip-address = 192.168.0.3
Dependencies In a packet-classifier profile,, if the destination address of the
packet does not match the destination-ip-netmask of the rule, the comparison fails.
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destination-ip-netmask
Location PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[n]:packet-classifier
IP-GLOBAL:ecmp-options
destination-ip-netmask
Description Mask to be applied to the destination-ip-address value before a
comparison is done.
Usage IP address. The default value is 0.0.0.0.
Example set source-ip-netmask = 255.255.255.255
Dependencies If the destination address of the packet does not match the
destination-ip-address of the rule, the comparison fails.
Location PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[n]:packet-classifier
destination-mac-address
Description A destination MAC address.
Usage A six-byte hexadecimal number uniquely representing the destination host.
The system will forward or discard packets addressed to this host, depending on how
the filter is defined.
Example set destination-mac-address = 12:34:56:78:9a:bc
destination-port
Description Number to be compared to the destination port of a packet when
ip-protocol has been set to 17 (UDP) or 6 (TCP).
Usage If a nonzero destination-port is specified in a packet-flow profile, the
ip-protocol value must be set to either 17 (UDP) or 6 (TCP). TCP and UDP port
numbers are typically assigned to services. For a list of well-known port assignments,
see RFC 1700, Assigned Numbers. The default value is 0.
Example set destination-port = 6
Dependencies If the destination address of the packet does not compare as specified
to the destination-port of the rule, the comparison fails.
Location PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[n]:packet-classifier
destination-port-comparison
Description Operator to use in the destination-port comparison.
Usage The following operators can be used to compare destination port values:
none (no comparison is made)
equal (equal to)
less (less than)
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dest-port
greater (greater than)
The default value is none.
Example set destination-port-comparison = less
Location PACKET-FLOWS/"":flow[n]:packet-classifier
dest-port
Description Specifies the port number to be compared with the destination port of a
packet. TCP and UDP port numbers are typically assigned to services.
For a list of assigned port numbers, see RFC 1700, Assigned Numbers, by Reynolds, J.
and Postel, J., October 1994.
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 65535. The default is 0 (zero), which matches
any port.
Example set dest-port = 25
Dependencies This setting applies only if type parameter in the input-filter or
output-filter subprofile is set to ip-filter or tos-filter.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:input-filters[n]:tos-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:tos-filter
detect-end-of-packet
Description Enables or disables detection of the end of a packet.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that end-of-packet detection is enabled.
no—Specifies that end-of-packet detection is not enabled. This is the default.
Example set detect-end-of-packet = yes
Location CONNECTION:tcp-clear-options
detection-interval
Description Specifies the detection interval in milliseconds for continuous
detection. The system attempts to detect any abnormality at the defined milliseconds
interval.
Usage The recommended value is 100ms (the default) for control modules. Valid
values range from 0 (zero) to 65535.
Example set detection-interval = 100
Location SYSTEM INTEGRITY:integrity-config
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device-address
device-address
Description Specifies the three-part address of a module, in the format
{ shelf slot item }:
Syntax element Description
shelf
Specifies the shelf in which the item resides. For a Stinger unit,
the shelf number is always 1.
slot
Specifies the number of the item’s slot physical or virtual slot, as
follows:
On a Stinger FS or Stinger FS+, line interface module (LIM)
slots are numbered from 1 to 16 in the front of the unit,
starting on the left. Slots 8 and 9 in the center are reserved
for the control modules. Trunk modules reside in the center
slots at the back of the unit, which have the virtual slot
numbers 17 and 18.
On a Stinger LS or Stinger RT, LIM slots are numbered from 1 to
5 (Model 1) or from 1 to 7 (Model 2), starting on the left.
Slots 8 and 9 are reserved for the control modules, and slots
numbered 17 and 18 at the far right are reserved for trunk
modules. All physical slots are in the front of the unit.
On a Stinger MRT, the built-in ADSL LIM resides in virtual
slot 1, and the built-in control module is in virtual slot 8. The
built-in STS-3 trunk interface resides in virtual slot 17, and
the single trunk module is in a physical slot numbered
slot 18.
item
Specifies the item on the module. Items are numbered starting
with 1 for the topmost or leftmost item on the module. An item
number of 0 (zero) denotes the entire slot. For example:
In a Stinger FS, Stinger FS+, Stinger LS, or Stinger RT,
line 48 on a LIM in slot 2 has the following address:
{ 1 2 48 }.
In a Stinger MRT, line 4 on a T1 trunk module has the
following address: { 1 18 4 }
Usage In most cases, the device-address value is obtained from the system.
However, you can clone a profile by reading an existing one and changing its device
address. Valid values are as follows:
For shelf—shelf-1 only
For slot—a value from slot-1 through slot-18
For item-number—an integer in the range 0 (indicating the entire slot) through
the total number of interfaces on the module
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device-state
Example The following example shows a listing of the device address for
interface 37 on a LIM in slot 9 of a Stinger FS, and demonstrates how to change the
slot number to 2:
admin> list device-address
[in ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF { shelf-1 slot-9 37 }]
shelf = shelf-1
slot = slot-9
item-number = 37
admin> set slot = slot-2
As an alternative, you can use only the set command. For example:
admin> set device-address slot = slot-2
Location ADMIN-STATE-PHYS-IF
DEVICE-STATE
TRUNK-DAUGHTER-DEV
device-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the current operational state of a device.
Usage The device-state value is read-only. The following are valid values:
For the device-state profile:
down-dev-state—Indicates that the device is in a nonoperational state.
up-dev-state—Indicates that the device is in normal operations mode.
none-dev-state—Indicates that the device does not currently exist.
restart-dev-state—The addressed device is being restarted.
For the trunk-daughter-dev profile:
trunk-daughter-oper-state-down—The device is down, a non-operational state.
trunk-daughter-oper-state-up—The device is in a normal operations mode.
trunk-daughter-oper-state-none—The device does not exist; the daughter card
slot is empty.
trunk_daughter_number-of-states
Example device-state = up-dev-state
Location DEVICE-STATE
TRUNK-DAUGHTER-DEV
device-type
Description Type of device advertised in Integrated Local Management Interface
(ILMI). ILMI is not supported with the current software version.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
private (default)
public
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dev-line-state
Example set device-type = public
Location ATM-IF-CONFIG:extension-config
dev-line-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the status of the ADSL, HDSL2, SDSL, or SHDSL
interface.
Usage The dev-line-state value is read-only. Valid values depend on the profile.
ADSL values:
–
down—There is no connection, or the interface is disabled.
–
activation—The interface is attempting to train but is not yet detecting a
modem at the other end.
–
training—The interface is training with a modem on the other end.
–
port-up—The interface successfully trained up.
–
failed—The interface failed training. (A log message specifies the reason.)
–
loopback—The interface is in loopback test mode.
SDSL values:
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config—The interface is being configured.
–
deactivate—The interface is transitioning to the DOWN state.
–
inactive—The interface is starting up.
–
activating—The interface is waiting for customer premises equipment
(CPE) to start up.
–
active-rx—The interface is waiting for four-level transmission from CPE.
–
port-up—The interface is connected to CPE, and data can be transferred.
–
portup-pending-deactive—The interface has a loss-of-signal or noise-margin
error (noise greater than -5dB).
–
deactivate-lost—The interface is waiting for loss-of-signal timer to expire.
–
hardware-test—A hardware self-test is in progress.
–
out-of-service—The interface is out of service.
–
tip-ring-detect—The interface is running a simple internal bit-error rate
test (BERT) to detect correct tip-ring orientation.
–
forever-bert—The interface is running an internal BERT to detect correct
tip-ring orientation.
–
tip-wait1—The interface is running an internal BERT to detect correct
tip-ring orientation.
–
tip-hunt—The interface is running an internal BERT to detect correct
tip-ring orientation.
–
tip-wait2—The interface is running an internal BERT to detect correct
tip-ring orientation.
–
cell-delineation—The interface is attempting to recover ATM cells (idle
cells as well as data cells) from the receiving octets. If recovery is successful,
the interface transitions to the UP state.
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dhcp-allow-any-src-port
–
deactivate-wait—The interface is waiting to transition to the DOWN state.
SHDSL and HDSL2 values:
–
port-up—Connected to CPE and data can be transferred.
–
test—Line is in test mode.
–
start-up-handshake—Startup handshake is occurring.
–
start-up-training—Startup training is occurring.
–
start-up-download—Startup download is occurring.
–
idle—Line is idle.
–
down—Line is not currently operational.
–
out-of-service—Line is out of service.
–
unknown—Line status is unknown.
–
analog-loopback—Line is in analog loopback mode.
–
digital-loopback—Line is in digital loopback mode.
Example dev-line-state = port-up
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
HDSL2-STAT:physical-status
SHDSL-STAT:physical-status
SDSL-STAT:physical-status
dhcp-allow-any-src-port
Description Process and allow DHCP requests from a nonstandard source port, and
add option 82 to such requests.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enable this feature.
no—Disable this feature. This is the default.
Example set dhcp-allow-any-src-port = yes
Location IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:circuit-id
IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:remote-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping:circuit-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping:remote-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping:circuit-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping:remote-id
dial-number
Description Not supported. Specifies the type of telephone number used to dial out a
call.
Location CONNECTION
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dial-on-broadcast
dial-on-broadcast
Description Not supported. Specifies whether the system attempts to establish a bridged
connection on the interface when it receives a frame whose media access control (MAC)
address is set to broadcast.
Location CONNECTION:bridging-options
ETHERNET:bridging-options
dialout
Description Specifies the password for a dial-out pseudo-user.
Usage Enter a password of up to 21 characters.
Example set dialout = mypass
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:password-profile
dialout-auth-lns
Description Not supported. Specifies the ability of the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
(L2TP) access concentrator (LAC) to accept dial-out requests only from the L2TP
network server (LNS) that was authenticated during the tunnel setup.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Restricts the LAC to accept dial-out requests from only the LNS that was
authenticated during tunnel setup.
no—Allows the LAC to accept dial-out requests from an LNS other than the one
that was authenticated during tunnel setup.
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
dialout-number-auth
Description Enables or disables calling line ID (CLID) authorization for the dial-out
number passed by the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) network server (LNS).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
no—Disables CLID authorization. This is the default.
yes—Enables CLID authorization.
Example set dialout-number-auth = yes
Location TUNNEL-SERVER:dialout-options
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dialout-poison
dialout-poison
Description Enables or disables advertisement of dial-out routes when no trunks
are available. Disabling advertisement (the yes setting) allows a redundant unit to
take over.
Usage Specify yes or no. The default is no.
yes—Stop advertising the system’s IP dial-out routes if no trunks are available.
no—Continue to advertise the unit’s dial-out routes, even if no trunks are
currently available. This is the appropriate setting for Stinger units, which do not
use dial-out routes.
Example set dialout-poison = no
Location IP-GLOBAL
dialout-routes
Description Specifies the password for the dial-out route’s pseudo-user.
Usage Enter a password of up to 21 characters.
Example set dialout-routes = mypass
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:password-profile
dialout-send-profile-name
Description Not supported. Specifies whether the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)
network server (LNS) can send the connection profile name vendor-specific attribute
along with the dial-out request.
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
diff-delay-max
Description Specifies the permissible range of differential delay for inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) groups, expressed in milliseconds (msecs).
Usage The default is 25. To determine the maximum differential delay among the
lines in a group, subtract the smallest delay from the largest.
For a T1 module, the range is from 0 (zero) to 281 msecs.
For an E1 module, the range is from 0 to 225 msecs. If a value greater than 225 is
specified for an E1 module, the system allows you to write the profile, but when
the IMA group negotiation begins on the module, the differential delay is limited
to the maximum permitted value (225 msecs) and the system logs the following
message:
IMAGROUP <groupName> has invalid differential delay(%d)-using 225 msecs
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diff-delay-max-up
Example The following command sets the maximum differential delay for an IMA
group in which line 1 has a delay of 10ms, line 2 has a delay of 25ms and line 3 has a
delay of 5ms. The maximum differential delay among the three lines is 25 minus 5,
or 20ms.
set diff-delay-max = 20
Location IMAGROUP
diff-delay-max-up
Description Maximum upstream differential delay tolerance value specified in
milliseconds between the fastest and the slowest link in the bonded group.
Usage Default value = 20000. Numeric field. Range = 0 to 4294967295.
Example diff-delay-max-up = 10000
Location GBONDGROUP
diff-delay-max-obs
Description Read-only, Indicates the latest maximum differential delay observed
(in milliseconds) between the links having the least and most link propagation delay,
among the receive links that are currently configured in the inverse multiplexing
over ATM (IMA) group.
Usage The diff-delay-max-obs value is read-only. Valid values range from 0 (zero)
to 2147483647.
Example diff-delay-max-obs = 0
Location IMA-GROUP-STAT
direct
Description Not used.
direct-access
Description Not used.
directed-broadcast-allowed
Description Enables or disables forwarding of directed broadcast traffic onto the
interface and its network.
Denial-of-service attacks known as “smurf” attacks typically use Internet Control
Message Protocol (ICMP) Echo Request packets with a spoofed source address and
packets directed to IP broadcast addresses. These attacks are intended to degrade
network performance, possibly to the point that the network becomes unusable. This
setting can prevent the IP router from being used as an intermediary in this type of
denial-of-service attack launched from another network
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directed-broadcast-allowed
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Allows the system to forward directed broadcasts received
from another network.
no—Prevents the router from forwarding directed broadcasts it receives from
another network.
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direction-mode
Note To protect against the router being used in a denial-of-service attack, you must
prevent the router from forwarding directed broadcasts it receives from another
network on all IP interfaces in the system. For example, you must disable directed
broadcasts on both control-module interfaces (so the broadcasts are still disabled if
controller switchover occurs), as well as the IP interfaces of a router module.
Example set directed-broadcast-allowed = no
Location IP-INTERFACE
direction-mode
Description Specifies (in the aps-config profile) and indicates (in the aps-stat
profile) whether the protection group’s mode of direction is unidirectional or
bidirectional in automatic protection switching (APS).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
unidirectional—The end having the failure switches to the protection channel
without communicating to the other end first. The decision to switch is
unilateral. This is the default and is recommended for APS 1+1.
bidirectional—When a failure occurs, it is communicated to the opposite end
and both ends determine whether to switch to the protection channel.
Example set direction-mode = unidirectional
Location APS-CONFIG
APS-STAT
disabled-count
Description Not used.
disconnect-on-auth-timeout
Description Specifies how the Stinger unit disconnects a PPP connection if it times
out while waiting for RADIUS authentication.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Instructs the unit to hang up a PPP connection if RADIUS
authentication times out.
no—Instructs the unit to disconnect cleanly after a RADIUS time-out.
Example set disconnect-on-auth-timeout = yes
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ppp-answer
CONNECTION:ppp-options
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dlci
dlci
Description Specifies or indicates, according to the profile, a data link connection
identifier (DLCI) number for a frame relay connection.
A DLCI is not an address, but a local label that identifies a logical link between a
device and the frame relay switch. The switch uses the DLCI to route frames through
the network, and the DLCI can change as frames are passed through multiple
switches.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For a fr-options subprofile, specify an integer from 16 through 991. The default
is 16. Ask your frame relay network administrator for the value you must enter.
For a dlci-ident or dlci-member[n] subprofile, this setting is a read-only value
up to 15 characters long.
Example set dlci = 17
Dependencies Consider the following:
For dlci to apply, fr-direct-enabled must be set to no.
The dlci setting is ignored for a connection profile that has circuit-type set to
svc. For a switched virtual circuit (SVC), the DLCI value is assigned to the circuit
by the network. The range of DLCI values for circuits is shared between
permanent virtual circuits (PVCs) and SVCs, and is managed between the
network and user entities.
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
FRDLCI-STAT:dlci-ident
FRPVC-STAT:dlci-members:dlci-member:[n]
dlci-route-id
Description Read-only. Indicates the system route ID value associated with a DLCI.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 65535.
Example dlci-route-id = 1818
Location FRDLCI-STAT:dlci-ident
FRPVC-STAT:dlci-members[n]
dmmall-input-imp
Description Specifies the input impedance, in kilohms, for a digital multimeter
(DMM) copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Specify either 100 or 1000kohms.
Example set dmmall-input-imp = 100
Location CLT-COMMAND
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dmmall-period
dmmall-period
Description Specifies the amount of time, in tenths of a second, during which
measurement is made in a digital multimeter (DMM) copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Specify a number between 0 (zero) and 5. The default value, 0, sets the
maximum time period. Values between 1 and 5 set times between 100ms and 500ms.
Example set dmmall-period = 1
Location CLT-COMMAND
dmm-all-r-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the ring-to-shield measurement data for a copper
loop test (CLT) module digital multimeter test.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295. Volts dc and volts
ac are in millivolts. Resistance is in ohms. Capacitance is in picofarads.
Example dmm-all-r-s = 1220
Location CLT-RESULTS
dmm-all-t-r
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-ring measurement data for a copper
loop test (CLT) module digital multimeter test.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295. Volts dc and volts
ac are in millivolts. Resistance is in ohms. Capacitance is in picofarads.
Example dmm-all-t-r = 1220
Location CLT-RESULTS
dmm-all-t-s
Description Read-only. Indicates the tip-to-shield measurement data for a copper
loop test (CLT) module digital multimeter test.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295. Volts dc and volts
ac are in millivolts. Resistance is in ohms. Capacitance is in picofarads.
Example dmm-all-t-s = 1220
Location CLT-RESULTS
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dmmall-type
dmmall-type
Description Specifies the type of digital multimeter (DMM) cooper loop test (CLT)
to run for all measurements: tip to ring, tip to ground, and ring to ground.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
resistance—Measures dc resistance to detect shorts and leakage between tip and
ring, tip and ground, and ring and ground.
dc-voltage—Measures dc voltage to detect unwanted foreign voltage.
ac-voltage—Measures ac voltage to detect unwanted foreign voltage.
capacitance—Measures actual capacitance and estimated length for loop-length
estimation.
Example set dmmall-type = resistance
Location CLT-COMMAND
dmmcap-period
Description Specifies the amount of time, in tenths of a second, during which
measurement is made in a digital multimeter (DMM) copper loop test (CLT) that
measures capacitance.
Usage Specify a number between 0 (zero) and 5. The default value, 0, sets the
maximum time period. Values between 1 and 5 set times between 100ms and 500ms.
Example set dmmcap-period = 2
Location CLT-COMMAND
dmmdcd-impedance
Description Specifies the output impedance, in kilohms, to be used in a digital
multimeter (DMM) copper loop test (CLT) that measures loop resistance based on a
dc Thevenin circuit.
Usage Specify a number between 10 and 1000. The default is 10.
Example set dmmdcd-impedance = 1000
Location CLT-COMMAND
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dmmdcd-period
dmmdcd-period
Description Specifies the amount of time, in tenths of a second, during which
measurement is made in a digital multimeter (DMM) copper loop test (CLT) that
measures loop resistance based on a dc Thevenin circuit.
Usage Specify a number between 1 (one) and 5. Each unit represents
100 milliseconds. Enter the default 0 (zero) value for the maximum time.
Example set dmmdcd-period = 1
Location CLT-COMMAND
dmmdcd-voltage
Description Specifies the test voltage to be used in a digital multimeter (DMM)
copper loop test (CLT) that measures loop resistance based on a dc Thevenin circuit.
Usage Specify a number between -230 and 230. The default is 0 (zero).
Example set dmmdcd-voltage = 230
Location CLT-COMMAND
dmm-lead
Description Specifies the digital multimeter (DMM) measurement leads to be used
in a copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
tip-ring—Measures between tip and ring (lead T-R.) This is the default.
tip-sleeve—Measures between tip and ground (lead T-S).
ring-sleeve—Measures between ring ground (lead R-S).
Example set dmm-lead = tip-sleeve
Location CLT-COMMAND
dmm-result
Description Read-only. Indicates the results of a digital multimeter (DMM) copper
loop test (CLT).
Usage The dmm-result value is read-only. V
Voltage ac and dc are reported in millivolts.
Resistance is reported in ohms.
Capacitance is reported in nanofarads.
Example dmm-result = 0
Location CLT-RESULT
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dmm-type
dmm-type
Description Specifies the type of digital multimeter (DMM) copper loop test (CLT)
to run.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
resistance (the default)—Measures dc resistance to detect shorts and leakage
between tip and ring, tip and ground, and ring and ground.
dc-voltage—Measures dc voltage to detect unwanted foreign voltage.
ac-voltage—Measures ac voltage to detect unwanted foreign voltage.
capacitance—Measures actual capacitance and estimated length for loop-length
estimation.
Example set dmm-type = capacitance
Location CLT-COMMAND
dns-list-attempt
Description Enables or disables the Domain Name System (DNS) list feature.
DNS lists allow the system to return multiple IP addresses to Telnet clients at sites
where DNS responds with more than one address. The system stores the
hostname/address associations in the local DNS table in RAM, overwriting configured
addresses in that table or addresses received from earlier DNS queries. To prevent
stale entries in the table in RAM, the system clears the number of addresses
exceeding the amount specified by dns-list-size.
If the DNS list feature is disabled, the system stores a single returned address in the
local DNS table in RAM, clearing the remaining 34 hostname/address fields.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Returns multiple addresses if available, up to the limit specified by
dns-list-size.
no—Returns only one address from any successful DNS query. This is the default.
Example set dns-list-attempt = yes
Location IP-GLOBAL
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dns-list-size
dns-list-size
Description Specifies the maximum number of hosts in a Domain Name System
(DNS) list, up to 35.
If the DNS list feature is enabled and DNS returns multiple addresses, this setting
determines the number of addresses displayed for a Telnet client.
Usage Enter a number from 0 to 35. The default is 6.
Example set dns-list-size = 10
Dependencies If dns-list-attempt is set to no, dns-list-size has no effect.
Location IP-GLOBAL
dns-primary-server
Description Specifies the IP address of the primary local Domain Name System
(DNS) server to use for lookups.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set dns-primary-server = 2.2.2.2/28
Dependencies When specified in a vrouter profile, this DNS setting is exclusive to
the virtual router. If DNS settings are not specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual
router uses the DNS settings defined in the ip-global profile.
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
dns-secondary-server
Description Specifies the IP address of the secondary local Domain Name System
(DNS) server to use for lookups. This DNS setting is used only if the primary server is
not found.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set dns-secondary-server = 2.2.2.4/28
Dependencies When specified in a vrouter profile, this DNS setting is exclusive to
the virtual router. If DNS settings are not specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual
router use the DNS settings defined in the ip-global profile.
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
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dns-server-query-type
dns-server-query-type
Description Specifies how to query a Domain Name System (DNS) server.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
udp—Queries the DNS server first by means of UDP, and then, if the TC-bit is set
and a retry is necessary, by means of TCP. This is the default.
udp-ignore-tc-bit—Queries the DNS server only by means of UDP.
tcp—Queries the DNS server only by means of TCP.
tcp-keep-open—Queries the DNS server by means of TCP only and then attempts
to keep the TCP session established, rather than opening a new TCP session for
each additional query.
Example set dns-server-query-type = tcp
Location IP-GLOBAL
domain-name
Description Specifies the primary domain name to use for Domain Name System
(DNS) lookups. The system appends this domain name to hostnames when
performing lookups.
Usage Specify a domain name.
Example set domain-name = abc.com
Dependencies When specified in a vrouter profile, this DNS setting is exclusive to
the virtual router. If DNS settings are not specified in a vrouter profile, the virtual
router use the DNS settings defined in the ip-global profile.
Location IP-GLOBAL
VROUTER
domestic-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates whether a Stinger unit can operate domestically.
Usage Read-only parameter with the following possible values:
no—Unit cannnot operate domestically.
yes—Unit can operate domestically.
Example domestic-enabled = no
Location BASE
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door-open
door-open
Description An alarm was received from the remote shelf fan to indicate that the
door is open.
Usage This parameter is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
yes—An alarm was received.
no (the default)—No alarms were received.
Location REMOTE-SHELF-STAT
do-version-fallback
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit automatically falls back to the
earlier version of inverse multiplexing ATM (IMA) if the far-end Stinger unit is
detected to be running the earlier version.
Not supported on the SHDSL LIM with IMA capability.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the unit falls back from version 1.1 to version 1.0.
no—Specifies that the unit does not fall back, but moves to the configAborted
state. This is the default.
Example set do-version-fallback = yes
Location IMAGROUP
down-cost
Description Specifies the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) output cost when the
link is physically down but virtually up.
Usage Specify a value from 1 through 16777215 (the default).
Example set down-cost = 1000
Location IP-INTERFACE:ospf
CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
down-metric
Description Specifies the routing metric, typically measured in number of hops, to
be used in the routing table entry created for this connection when the connection is
inactive.
Usage Numeric parameter with a range of 1 to 15 hops. Default value is 7.
Example set down-metric = 12
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
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down-preference
down-preference
Description Specifies a preference value for a route when the interface is
unavailable. The system uses this value to determine when to bring a route online.
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 214748364. The lower the preference, the more
likely the system is to bring the route online when interface is unavailable. The
default is 120.
Example set down-preference = 255
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
downstream-end-bin
Description Specifies the ending frequency bin (interval) for downstream
transmission.
The upstream and downstream start and end bins define the frequency ranges for
upstream and downstream data. The frequency for a particular bin is defined as
follows:
frequency = bin number x 4.3125kHz
You can use these parameters to adjust the frequency content of the ADSL signals.
For example, splitterless ANSI discrete multitone (DMT) can be supported by
appropriate adjustment of the frequency range.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For 12-port, 24-port, and 48-port Annex A line interface modules (LIMs), specify
a number from 32 to 255. The default is 255.
For 48-port G.lite LIMs, specify a number from 37 to 127. The default is 127.
Example set downstream-end-bin = 50
Dependencies You must adjust the maximum and minimum bit rate parameters to
match the frequency range defined by the start and end bin numbers.
Location AL-DMT:line-config
down-stream-latency
Description Read-only. Indicates the operational downstream latency setting.
Usage The down-stream-latency value is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
none—Indicates that the line is not operational.
fast—Indicates that the setting for least downstream delay is in effect.
interleave—Indicates that interleave latency (greater than fast) in is effect
Example down-stream-latency = interleave
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
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down-stream-rate
down-stream-rate
Description Read-only. Indicates the downstream rate, in bits per second, for an
SDSL line interface module (LIM) and port reported on.
Usage Read-only parameter with a numeric value of 0 to 4294967295bps.
Example down-stream-rate = 18282
Location SDSL-STAT:physical-status
down-stream-rate-fast
Description Read-only. Indicates the downstream data rate in bits per second when
latency is fast.
Usage The down-stream-rate-fast value is read-only. Zero (0) means that latency is
set to interleave or that the data rate is unknown.
Example down-stream-rate-fast = 0
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
down-stream-rate-interleaved
Description Read-only. Indicates the downstream data rate in bits per second when
latency is interleave.
Usage The down-stream-rate-interleaved value is read-only. Zero (0) means that
latency is set to fast or the data rate is unknown.
Example down-stream-rate-interleaved = 2944000
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
downstream-start-bin
Description Specifies the starting downstream frequency bin (interval).
Usage Specify a number from 6 to 511 for ADSL2+ capable line interface
modules(LIMs), for all other LIMs specify a number from 32 to 255. The default is 32.
Example set downstream-start-bin = 35
Location AL-DMT:line-config
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dr-capable
dr-capable
Description Enables/disables the neighboring router from being the designated
router (yes or no).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enable.
no (the default)—Disable.
Example set dr-capable = yes
Location OSPF-NBMA-NEIGHBOR
drop-source-routed-ip-packets
Description Enables or disables forwarding of IP packets that have the source route
option set.
Usage Valid values are the following.
yes—Drop all packets that have a Loose or a Strict source route among their IP
options.
no (the default)—Forward all source-routed packets, as described in RFC 1812.
Example set drop-source-routed-ip-packets = no
Location IP-GLOBAL
dscp
Description Specifies the differentiated services code point (DSCP) value.
Usage Specify a value from 00 (the default) to 3F (hexadecimal). DSCP marking, as
defined in RFC 2474, uses the first 6 bits in the second octet in the IP datagram to
create values (from 00 through 3F) specifying different classes of service:
Bit
positions
TOS-precedence (RFC 791)
DSCP (RFC 2474)
0 to 2
Precedence (eight levels of priority)
DSCP value
3
Delay (normal or low)
DSCP value (continued)
4
Throughput (normal or high)
DSCP value (continued)
5
Reliability (normal or high)
DSCP value (continued)
6 to 7
Reserved
Reserved
Example set dscp = 3f
Dependencies For this setting to apply, you must set the marking-type parameter to
dscp. In addition, type-of-service (TOS) and IP routing must be enabled in the
connection profile, or TOS must be specified as the filter type in the filter profile.
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dsl-thresh-trap-enabled
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:tos-options
FILTER:input-filters:tos-filter
FILTER:output-filters:tos-filter
dsl-thresh-trap-enabled
Description Enables or disables sending of DSL traps (notifications) to the identified
host.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—The system sends DSL traps to the identified host.
no—The system does not send DSL traps to the identified host.
Example set dsl-thresh-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
dsl-type
Description Selects the DSL type for the port and the profiles that are used to
configure the port.
When this parameter is set to vdsl, the parameters and profiles in the new vdsl-config
subprofile are used to configure the line.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
adsl (the default)—selects legacy settings in the al-dmt profile to configure the
port for ADSL operation.
vdsl—selects the settings in the vdsl-config sub-profile to configure the port for
VDSL operation.
Example dsl-type = adsl
Location al-dmt
dss-host-key-length
Description DSS host key length.
Usage This field is read-only.
Example dss-host-key-length = 0
Location SSH-SERVER-CONFIG
dst-port-cmp
Description Specifies whether a filter tests for destination port numbers that are
equal to a specified dest-port value, or port numbers that are less than, greater than,
or not equal to the specified value.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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dual-link
none (the default)—Does not compare destination port numbers.
less—Matches destination port numbers less than the dest-port value.
eql—Matches destination port numbers equal to the dest-port value.
gtr—Matches destination port numbers greater than the dest-port value.
neq—Matches destination port numbers not equal to the dest-port value.
Example set dst-port-cmp = eql
Dependencies This setting applies only if the type parameter in the input-filter
or output-filter subprofile is set to ip-filter or tos-filter.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:input-filters[n]:tos-filter
FILTER:output-filters[n]:tos-filter
dual-link
Description Not currently used.
Location IDSL:line-interface
dual-slot-t1-enabled
Description Indicates whether all 8 T1 ports on the MRT trunk module are enabled.
Usage The following read only values are valid:
yes—All T1 ports are enabled.
no—All T1 ports are not enable.
Dependencies This parameter is only visible on a Stinger MRT.
Location BASE
duplex-mode
Description Specifies the operating mode of the Stinger Ethernet LAN interface.
Usage Valid values are the following:
full-duplex (the default)—Provides higher throughput.
half-duplex—Enables the unit to operate with older equipment that does not
support full duplex.
Example set duplex-mode = half-duplex
Dependencies The system can determine the proper setting for this parameter
when auto-negotiate is set to yes.
Location ETHERNET
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dynamic-algorithm
dynamic-algorithm
Description Specifies the algorithm to use to calculate the average link utilization
(ALU) over a specified number of seconds (seconds-history). After calculating the
average, the Stinger unit compares it to the target-utilization value. If the average
exceeds or falls below the target for a specified number of seconds, the unit adjusts
the bandwidth of the connection.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
quadratic (the default)—Specifies that more weight is given to recent samples of
bandwidth usage than to older samples. The weighting grows at a quadratic rate.
linear—Specifies that more weight is given to recent samples of bandwidth
usage than to older samples. The weighting grows at a linear rate.
constant—Specifies that equal weight is given to all samples.
Example set dynamic-algorithm = linear
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:mpp-answer
CONNECTION:mpp-options
dynamic-anti-spoofing
Description It supports the dynamic anti-spoofing feature that prevents the
spoofing of IP or PPPoE session.It retrieves the CHADDR and the IP address from the
DHCP OFFER and compares to the source IP address in the traffic coming from the
DSL side. It drops the traffic if they are not matching.
Usage Specify yes or no.
Yes - enable dynamic anti spoofing.
No - disable dynamic anti spoofing.
Example set dynamic-anti-spoofing = yes
Location bridging-options subprofile
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E
early-packet-discard
Description Specifies whether all cells in an asynchronous transfer mode (ATM)
packet are discarded if the first cell cannot be queued.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the cell and all remaining cells are discarded. This is the
default.
no—Specifies that the cell and all remaining cells are not discarded. However,
when the end of the current packet is detected, all the cells in the next packet are
discarded. This is the default.
Example set early packet-discard = no
Dependencies If encapsulation-protocol is not set to atm or atm-circuit, the
early-packet-discard setting does not apply.
Location ATM-QOS
ecmp-type
Description Type of ECMP routing to be performed in the system.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
none—Disable ECMP routing. Specify this value to conserve processor memory
when ECMP routes are not required.
load-balanced—Use per-packet load balancing on ECMP routes. This is the
default setting.
flow-based—Use flow-based ECMP routing.
Example set ecmp-type = flow-based
Dependencies If you change the default value, you should do so before adding
ECMP routes to the system. Otherwise, existing ECMP routes will continue to use the
type of load balancing that was previously in effect, so the routing mechanism must
perform both types.
Location IP-GLOBAL:ecmp-options
elapsed-seconds
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of seconds that have elapsed in the
current measurement interval of 15 minutes.
Usage The elapsed-seconds value is read-only. Valid values range from 0 (zero) to
2147483647.
Example elapsed-seconds = 0
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elapsed-seconds
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
elapsed-seconds
Description Number of seconds that have elapsed in the current measurement
interval of 15 minutes.
Example elapsed-seconds = 20
Location gbond-link-statistic
empty-service-name-action
Description Action to take when receiving a PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) Active
Discovery Initiation (PADI) or PPPoE Active Discovery Request (PADR) with an
empty Service Name Tag.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
accept (0)—Reply to the PADI with a PPPoE Active Discovery Offer (PADO) that
specifies the same (empty) Service Name Tag to accept it. This is the default
value, to ensure compatibility with previous system behavior.
ignore (1)—Ignore the PADI. This means the system will not receive a PADR
from the same client with the same service name.
Example set empty-service-name-action = ignore
Location PPPOE-SERVER
enable
Description Enables or disables a feature:
In a trunk-cac-config subprofile, specifies whether connection admission
control (CAC) is enabled on the port specified in port-num in this subprofile.
In a bir-options subprofile, specifies whether bridged IP routing (BIR) is enabled
on an interface.
In a ospf-global profile, globally enables or disables Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF) operation.
In a circuit-id subprofile, enables or disables the circuit identifier suboption of
DHCP option 82.
In a remote-id subprofile, enables or disables the remote identifier suboption of
DHCP option 82.
In a multiple-ip-address subprofile enables or disables static configuration of
multiple IP addresses for this BIR connection.
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enable
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For the trunk-cac-config subprofile:
–
yes—Enables the feature. This is the default in trunk-cac-config subprofile.
–
no—Disables the feature.
For the bir-options subprofile:
–
yes—Enables the feature.
–
no—Disables the feature. This is the default in a bir-options subprofile.
For the ospf-global subprofile:
–
yes—Globally enables OSPF.
–
no—Globally disables OSPF. This is the default.
For the circuit-id subprofile:
–
yes—Enables the circuit identifier suboption of DHCP option 82. The IP2000
encodes the station value (the hostname) of the connection or RADIUS
profile that defines the PVC on which the DHCP client-to-server packet was
received. This ensures that DHCP responses are sent back to the proper
circuit.
–
no (the default)—Disables the circuit identifier suboption of DHCP option 82.
For the remote-id subprofile:
–
yes—Enables the remote identifier suboption of DHCP option 82. The IP2000
encodes a globally unique identifier of the remote CPE from which it
received a DHCP client-to-server packet, to ensure that DHCP responses are
sent back to the proper remote client. The IP2000 can use this field in
addition to or instead of the circuit-id field.
–
no (the default)—Disables the remote identifier suboption of DHCP option
82.
For the multiple-ip-address subprofile:
–
yes—Activates all correctly configured WAN virtual interfaces configured in
the multiple-ip-address subprofile. At least one remote-address field must
be configured in the multiple-ip-address subprofile.
–
no (the default)—Deactivates all correctly configured WAN virtual interfaces
configured in the multiple-ip-address subprofile.
Example set enable = no
Dependencies For the trunk-cac-config subprofile, when the OC3 interface is
disabled, it transmits the OC3 Idle signal to the remote end.
Note The trunk-cac-config:enabled parameter was previously located in the
atm-config profile. Its use in that location has been deprecated.
Dependencies For the ospf-global subprofile consider the following:
After enabling OSPF routing, you must reset the system. The only time the
system brings up OSPF routing on an interface is after a reset. As the system
starts up with OSPF enabled on one or more interfaces, it begins to form
adjacencies and build its routing table.
If you are modifying many OSPF-related profiles, you can use the enable value to
prevent OSPF from reinitializing several times. In this case, set enable to no, write
the OSPF changes, and then set enable to yes again.
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enable-centralized-detection
Dependencies In the multiple-ip-address subprofile this parameter cannot be set
to yes if the bootp-relay-options enable setting is set to yes, and vice versa.
Location BRIDGE-GROUP
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping:circuit-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping:remote-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping:circuit-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping:remote-id
CONNECTION:bir-options
CONNECTION:bir-options:multiple-ip-address:ip-address-option[n]
HIGH-SPEED-SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG:trunk-cac-config
IP-GLOBAL:ospf-global
IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:circuit-id
IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:remote-id
enable-centralized-detection
Description Specifies whether central integrity checking is enabled by the primary
control module for the entire system.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables central integrity checking.
no (the default)—Disables central integrity checking. By default, line interface
modules (LIMs) perform error correction, which is usually sufficient for most
applications. .
Example set enable-centralized-detection = yes
Location SYSTEM-INTEGRITY
enable-continuous-detection
Description Specifies whether continuous switching fabric testing, detection, and
correction are enabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows. The recommended setting is yes for control
modules and no for line interface modules (LIMs).
yes—Enables continuous switching fabric testing, detection, and correction.
no (the default)—Disables continuous switching fabric testing, detection, and
correction.
Example set enable-continuous-detection = no
Location SYSTEM-INTEGRITY:integrity-config
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enable-core-dump
Description Enables or disables a core dump on system failure.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—Enables a core dump on system failure.
no—Disables a core dump on system failure. This is the default value.
Example set enable-core-dump = yes
Location DEBUG
enabled
Description Specifies whether a feature, interface, line, or test is enabled or
disabled.
Following are the results of enabled settings in particular profiles:
If enabled is set to no in the ethernet profile, packets routed to and received by
the interface are discarded.
When an OC3 interface is disabled, it transmits the OC3 idle signal to the remote
end.
In the dns-local-table subprofile of the ip-global profile, the enabled setting
specifies whether the local Domain Name System (DNS) table in RAM is available
when a DNS query fails:
–
If enabled is set to no (the default) and a DNS query times out, the request
fails.
–
If enabled is set to yes, the Stinger unit attempts to resolve the query by
using the host-to-address mapping in the DNS table in RAM. If the query has
an entry in the table in RAM, the system returns the associated IP address(es)
to the requester.
If enabled is set to yes in the continuity-config or loopback-config subprofile of
the atm-oam profile, the system resets the parameter to its no default when the
continuity or loopback tests are complete.
In the remote-shelf-config profile, the enabled setting causes a control link to
be established between the host and the remote shelf.
Usage This parameter is set according to the profile that contains it.
In all profiles except sntp-info, valid values are as follows:
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yes—Enables the feature, interface, line, or test. This is the default for the
atm-internal profile, ethernet profile, snmp profile, tunnel-server profile,
mp-options subprofile, ppp-answer subprofile, and ppp-options subprofile.
–
no—Disables the feature, interface, line, or test. This is the default for all
other profiles.
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enable-gdb
Valid values for the sntp-info profile are as follows:
–
sntp-enabled—Specifies that the time is updated at each request to a server
no matter what the time offset is between the Simple Network Time Protocol
(SNTP) server and the Stinger unit.
–
sntp-passive—Specifies that an update occurs only when the
update-threshold value has been reached.
–
sntp-disabled (the default)—Specifies that no updates occur.
Example set enabled = yes
Location ALARM
AL-DMT
ANSWER-DEFAULTS:ppp-answer
ATM-INTERNAL
ATM-INTERNAL:traffic-shapers
ATM-OAM:continuity-config
ATM-OAM:loopback-config
CONNECTION:mp-options
CONNECTION:ppp-options
DS1-ATN
DS3-ATM
DSL-THRESHOLD
E3-ATM
ETHERNET
HDSL2
IDSL:line-interface
IP-GLOBAL:dns-local-table
IP-GLOBAL:sntp-info
OC3-ATM
PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE
REMOTE-SHELF-CONFIG
SDSL
SHDSL
SNMP
SYSTEM:traffic-shapers
TERMINAL-SERVER
TUNNEL-SERVER
TUNNEL-SERVER:dialout-options
VLAN-ETHERNET
enable-gdb
Description Enables or disables the GNU debugger (GDB).
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—Enables the debugger on system failure.
no—Disables the debugger on system failure. This is the default value.
Example set enable-GDB = yes
Location DEBUG
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enable-permit
enable-permit
Description Enables or disables control over telnet access to the system on the
basis of the permit-list settings in the tacl profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Only the IP addresses specified in the permit-list subprofiles are allowed
telnet access. Setting enable-permit to yes has no effect if none of the
permit-list subprofiles have been configured.
no—The permit-list settings have no effect. This is the default value.
Example set enable-permit = yes
Location TACL
enable-vacm
Description Enables or disables the view-based access control model (VACM).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that each object in each incoming Get, Set, GetNext, and GetBulk
request, and each object in the sysTrapOID of each outgoing trap, is verified for
VACM access.
no (the default)—Disables VACM, enabling access to all objects in the system.
However, security based on SNMPv1 community strings and the SNMP version 3
user-based security modem (SNMPv3 USM) is still used to determine access.
Example set enable-vacm = yes
Location SNMP
encapsulation-protocol
Description Specifies the encapsulation method to use for a connection. Both sides
of the connection must support the specified encapsulation method.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
mpp—Not supported.
mp—Not supported.
ppp—Point-to-point protocol (PPP). Specify this value for PPP clients.
frame-relay— Frame relay.
frame-relay-circuit— Frame relay switching between interfaces.
tcp-raw—Not supported.
atm—Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM).
atm-frame-relay-circuit—ATM-frame relay switching between interfaces.
atm-circuit—ATM-to-ATM switching between interfaces.
atm-ima—Inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) interfaces.
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encoding
Example set encapsulation-protocol = ppp
Location CONNECTION
encoding
Description Specifies the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) layer 1 line encoding
used for the physical link(s).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
ami—Specifies alternate mark inversion (AMI), a signaling method in which the
1 bits have alternating priority.
b8zs (the default)—Specifies bipolar 8-zero substitution (B8ZS), an encoding
method in which an alternating positive and negative voltage represents 1 (one),
no voltage represents 0 (zero), and at least one bit out of every eight must be a 1.
hdb3—Specifies high-density bipolar 3 (HDB3).
Example set encoding = ami
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
end-of-packet-pattern
Description Specifies the pattern to be matched for end-of-packet detection.
Usage Specify a pattern end text of up to 64 characters.
Example set end-of-packet-pattern = ##!
Dependencies The detect-end-of-pattern parameter must be enabled for the
end-of-packet-pattern parameter to take effect.
Location CONNECTION:tcp-clear-options
end-port
Dependencies Specifies the last port to be isolated during an isolation or multiport
tone test.
Usage Specify a port number between 1 and 72.
Example set end-port = 3
Dependencies This parameter is valid only if specific-ports is set to no.
Location LINE-TESTS
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enforce-address-security
enforce-address-security
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit validates the IP address of an SNMP
manager attempting to access the unit. If address security is not enforced, any SNMP
manager that presents the appropriate community name is allowed in.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that, before allowing access, the Stinger unit compares the source
IP address of an SNMP manager to the host addresses specified by
read-access-hosts and write-access-hosts. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not compare IP addresses, but uses only
the community name to validate SNMP access.
Example set enforce-address-security = yes
Dependencies The IP addresses in the read-access-hosts and write-access-hosts
arrays do not restrict access unless enforce-address-security is set to yes.
Location SNMP
enforce-password-check
Description Enables/disables password validation.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables the system to validate that a password is unique and that it is at
least 8 characters in length, with at least two numbers and four alphabetical
characters.
no (the default)—Disables password validation.
Example set enforce-password-check = yes
Location USER
engine-boots
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of times that the SNMP agent on a
Stinger unit has initialized itself since the SNMP engine-id value was last set.
Usage Read-only parameter with a value ranging from 0 to 4294967295.
Example engine-boots = 12
Location SNMP
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engine-id
engine-id
Description Specifies an SNMP agents’s administratively unique identifier.
Usage Specify a 12-byte hexadecimal value consisting of 24 hexadecimal digits. The
default value is 0 (zero).
Example set engine-id = 123456789abcdef0fedcba98
Location SNMP
ep-gs-adsl2plus-atm
Description Specifies whether code images for the enhanced proccessor ADSL2+
capable 48 or 72-port line interface modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Specifies that the system loads the code image if an enhanced proccessor
ADSL2+ LIM is installed. This is the default.
load—Specifies that the system loads the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
skip—Specifies that the system skips the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example ep-gs-adsl2plus-atm = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
ep-hs-gs-adsl2plus-atm
Description Specifies whether code images for the 48- or 72-port high bandwidth
ADSL2+ capable line interface modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Specifies that the system loads the code image if a high bandwidth
ADSL2+ LIM is installed. This is the default.
load—Specifies that the system loads the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
skip—Specifies that the system skips the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
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error-averaging-period
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example ep-hs-gs-adsl2plus-atm = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
error-averaging-period
Description Specifies the time period, in seconds, during which the system
calculates the error-moving average for a modem on this line interface module
(LIM), before the modem is considered to have failed.
Usage Specify a number in the range 1 through 512. The default value is 10
seconds.
Example set error-averaging-period = 15
Dependencies The operation of this parameter depends directly on the value of
error-threshold.
Location
LIM-SPARING-CONFIG:auto-lim-sparing-config:lim-sparing-config[n]
error-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of errors experienced by each
channel.
Usage The error-count value is read-only.
Example error-count = 0
Location ADSL-STAT
IDSL-STAT
SDSL-STAT
T1-STAT
errored-second
Description Indicates the number of 1-second intervals (out of a 15-minute
sampling period) during which one or more cyclic redundancy check (CRC)
anomalies are declared and/or one or more loss of synchronous word (LOSW) defects
are declared.
Usage The errored-second value is read-only and helps you monitor interface
operations.
Example errored-second = 3
Location HDSL2-STAT:physical-statistic
SHDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
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error-threshold
error-threshold
Description Specifies a threshold for errors in the following profiles:
In the loopback-config subprofile of the atm-oam profile, error-threshold
specifies the threshold for the number of loopback cells that can be lost. If the
number of cells lost become equal to or greater than the value you specify, a trap
is generated.
In the lim-sparing-config[n] subprofile of the
lim-sparing-config:auto-lim-sparing-config profile, error-threshold
specifies the number of errors that must occur during the error-averaging period
before a modem on this line interface module (LIM) is considered inoperable.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
In loopback-config, specify a number from 0 through 10. The default is 0 (zero),
which means that no trap is sent.
In auto-lim-sparing-config, specify a number. The default value is 100.
Example set error-threshold = 5
set error-threshold = 90
Dependencies In the auto-lim-sparing-config subprofile, an
error-averaging-period value must be specified appropriately to make
error-threshold usable.
Location ATM-OAM:loopback-config
LIM-SPARING-CONFIG:auto-lim-sparing-config:lim-sparing-config[n]
ether-group
Description Specifies the index of ETHER-GROUP profile to which this port belongs. A
value of 0 means this port is not attached to any ETHER-GROUP profile.
Usage Specify a number between 0 and 65535. The deafult value is 0 (zero).
Example set ether-group = 7
Location ETHERNET
ether-if-type
Description Read-only. Indicates the type of physical Ethernet interface in use.
Usage The ether-if-type value is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
utp—Indicates unshielded twisted pair (UTP), as specified in IEEE 802 (10BaseT)
Ethernet.
aui—Indicates an auxiliary unit interface (AUI) transceiver (thick Ethernet), as
specified in IEEE 802.3 (10Base5) Ethernet.
coax—Coaxial cable.
Example ether-if-type = utp
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ethernet-type
Location ETHERNET
ethernet-type
Description Ethernet type.
Usage A two-byte hexadecimal number representing the Ethernet protocol. PPPoE
values are 8863 (PPPoE Discovery Stage packets), and 8864 (PPP Session Stage
packets). The system will forward or discard packets of the specified types, depending
on how the filter is defined.
Example set ethernet-type = 88:64
Location FLOW-SERVICES:flow-list[n]:layer2-classifier
etsi-variant
Description Selects the PSD variant that is used.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
a— Suppresses frequencies below 945Khz.
b— Suppresses frequencies below 1100Khz. This setting is ignored when the
etsi-friendly parameter is set to yes
Example etsi-variant = a
Dependencies This parameter is used only when the scenario parameter is set to
cabinet and the standard parameter in the vdsl-config:line-config is set to ETSI.
Location AL-DMT:VDSL-Config:Spectrum-Config
event
Description Specifies an alarm event that triggers the actions indicated by the
action subprofile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
power-failure—Specifies that the event is a redundant power supply failure.
fan-failure—Specifies that the event is a redundant fan failure.
line-state-change (the default)—Specifies that the event is a state change in a
line.
slot-state-change—Specifies that the event is a state change in a slot.
primary-switch-over—Specifies that the event is a switchover of the primary
control module functions to the secondary control module.
secondary-controller-state-change—Specifies that the event is a state change
in the secondary control module.
input-relay-closed—Specifies that the event is the closure of an input
relay-monitoring circuit.
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event-overwrite-enabled
input-relay-open—Specifies that the event is the opening of an input
relay-monitoring circuit.
low-temperature-trigger—Specifies that the event is the crossing of a
low-temperature threshold in the thermal profile.
high-temperature-trigger—Specifies that that the event is the crossing of a
high-temperature threshold in the thermal profile.
Example set event = fan-failure
Location ALARM
event-overwrite-enabled
Description Specifies whether the system generates a trap when a new event has
overwritten an unread event. Once sent, additional overwrites do not cause another
trap to be sent until at least one table's worth of new events have occurred.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the system generates a trap when a new event has
overwritten an unread event. This is the default.
no—Specifies that the system does not generate a trap when a new event has
overwritten an unread event.
Example set event-overwrite-enabled = no
Location TRAP
exact-match-call-routing
Description Enables or disables the system’s use of an exact match for call-route
profile parameters when it selects devices.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the system searches for an exact match of call-route profile
parameters when selecting devices.
no (the default)—Specifies that the system does not search for an exact match of
call-route profile parameters when selecting devices.
Example set exact-match-call-routing = no
Location SYSTEM
excess-burst-size
Description Determines the maximum number of frames that can be transmitted at
the excess information rate (EIR) before they are available for discarding or marking.
Usage Numeric field. Range 0 to 256.
Example excess-burst-size = 6
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excess-information-rate
Location ETHER-QOS
excess-information-rate
Description Average rate (in bits per unit of time), in excess of the commiteed
information rate (CIR), up to which the network can transfer the frames without any
performance objectives.
Usage Numeric field. Range 0 to 1000000.
Example excess-information-rate = 1000
Location ETHER-QOS
exclude-listed-commands
Description Enable/disable permission for the users in the group to use the
commands designated by the command parameter.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the users do not have permission to use the designated
commands.
no (the default)—Specifies that the users have permission to use the designated
commands.
Example set exclude-listed-commands = yes
Location USER-GROUP
expect-callback
Description Not supported. Specifies whether callback security is expected.
Location CONNECTION:telco-options
expected-far-end-frame-length
Description Specifies the value of the far-end frame length expected during inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) group startup. If the actual frame length is not equal to
expected-far-end-frame-length, IMA group startup is terminated.
Not used on the SHDSL LIM with IMA capability.
Description
Usage Valid values are as follows:
32—IMA frame is 32 cells long.
64—IMA frame is 64 cells long.
128—IMA frame is 128 cells long. This is the default.
256—IMA frame is 256 cells long.
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expected-far-end-ima-id
Example set expected-far-end-frame-length = 256
Dependencies The parameter far-end-check-frame-length must be set to yes to
enable the frame length check.
Location IMAGROUP
expected-far-end-ima-id
Description Specifies a number to check against the inverse multiplexing over ATM
(IMA) ID at the far end.
Description The far-end IMA ID is compared against this value during group
startup. If the IDs do not match, the unit moves to the ConfigAborted state.
Not used on the SHDSL LIM with IMA capability.
Usage Specify a number from 0 (zero) to 255.
Example set expected-far-end-ima-id = 33
Dependencies For this parameter to apply, check-far-end-ima-id must be set to
yes.
Location IMAGROUP
external-change
Description Read-only. Tracks the source of the most recent change to a profile.
Usage Read-only parameter with one of the following values:
yes—Most recent read, create, or modify action on this profile was not performed
using the command-line-interface.
no—Most recent read, create, or modify action on this profile was performed
using the command-line-interface.
Example external-change = yes
Location ATM-QOS
PNNI-METRICS
PNNI-ROUTE-TNS
PNNI-SUMMARY-ADDR
ATM-SPVC-ADDR-CONFIG
PNNI-IF-CONFIG
PNNI-NODE-CONFIG
PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
external-fan-unit-failed
Description An alarm was received from the remote shelf fan to indicate a failure of
the external fan unit.
Usage This parameter is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
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extra-traffic-flag
yes—An alarm was received.
no (the default)—No alarms were received.
Location REMOTE-SHELF-STAT
extra-traffic-flag
Description Read-only. Indicates whether extra traffic is being carried on the
protection channel in automatic protection switching (APS).
Usage The extra-traffic-flag value is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
true—Indicates that the protection channel is carrying extra traffic.
fals—Indicates that the protection channel is not carrying extra traffic..
Example extra-traffic-flag = false
Location APS-STAT
ezd-error-count
Description Read-only. Number of times the system has detected excessive binary
zeros that occurred since it was last reset.
Usage The ezd-error-count value is read-only.
Example ezd-error-count = 47419
Location DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
OC3-ATM-STAT
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F
facility
Description Specifies the syslog daemon facility code for messages logged from the
Stinger unit. For detailed information, see the syslog.conf manual page entry on the
UNIX Syslog server.
The facility value in the log profile affects all data streams. The facility value in
each auxiliary-syslog subprofile affects the individual data stream directed to the
device specified by the host value, and overrides the value in the log profile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
local0 (the default)
local1
local2
local3
local4
local5
local6
local7
Example set facility = local4
Location LOG
LOG:auxiliary-syslog:auxiliary-syslog[n]
failure-notification-interval
Description Specifies the minimum interval between the sending of
atmSoftPvcCallFailuresTrap notifications.
Usage Specify a value in the range from 0 to 3600 seconds. The default value is 30.
Example set failure-notification-interval = 120
Location ATM-SPVC-CONFIG
failure-status
Description Read-only. Indicates the current failure status of the inverse
multiplexing ATM (IMA) group, providing the reason why group traffic is in the
DOWN state.
Usage The failure-status value is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
no-failure—No failure of the IMA group. The unit is operational.
start-up-ne—IMA group startup failure occurred at the near end.
start-up-fe—IMA group startup failure occurred at the far end.
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failure-trap-enable
failed-asymmetric-ne—IMA group startup failed due to asymmetry at the near
end.
failed-asymmetric-fe—IMA group startup failed due to asymmetry at the far
end.
insufficient-links-ne—IMA group startup failed due to insufficient links at the
near end.
insufficient-links-fe—IMA group startup failed due to insufficient links at the
far end.
blocked-ne—IMA group startup was blocked at the near end.
blocked-fe—IMA group startup was blocked at the far end.
other-failure—IMA group startup has some other failure.
invalid-ima-version-ne—Near end reported an invalid IMA version.
invalid-ima-version-fe—Far end reported an invalid IMA version.
Example failure-status = no-failure
Location IMA-GROUP-STAT
failure-trap-enable
Description Enables or disables the generation of traps (notifications) in response to
call failures.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—The system generates traps in response to call failures. This is the default
value.
no—The system does not generate traps in response to call failures.
Example set failure-trap-enable = no
Location ATM-SPVC-CONFIG
far-end-check-frame-length
Description Enables or disables comparison of the actual far-end frame length with
the expected-far-end-frame-length parameter during inverse multiplexing over
ATM (IMA) group startup.
Not supported on the SHDSL LIM with IMA capability.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—Enables far-end frame length checking during IMA group startup.
no—Disables far-end frame length checking during IMA group startup.
Example set far-end-check-frame-length = yes
Location IMAGROUP
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far-end-crc
far-end-crc
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of cyclic redundancy check (CRC)
errors detected by the ADSL transceiver unit (ATU) of the customer premises
equipment (CPE).
Usage The far-end-crc value is read-only.
Example far-end-crc = 0
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-statistic
far-end-db-attenuation
Description Read-only. Indicates the attenuation of the signal in decibels received
from the customer premises equipment (CPE).
Usage The far-end-db-attenuation setting is read-only.
Example far-end-db-attenuation = 0
Location SDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
far-end-fec
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of forward error correction (FEC)
errors detected by the ADSL transceiver unit (ATU) on the customer premises
equipment (CPE).
Usage The far-end-fec value is read-only.
Example far-end-fec = 0
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-statistic
far-end-hec
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of header error control (HEC) errors
detected by the ADSL transceiver unit (ATU) on the customer premises equipment
(CPE).
Usage The far-end-hec value is read-only.
Example far-end-hec = 0
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-statistic
far-end-ima-group-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the current operational state of the far-end inverse
multiplexing over ATM (IMA) group.
Usage The far-end-ima-group-state value is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
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far-end-num-failures
not-configured—IMA group is not configured.
start-up—IMA group is in the startup state.
start-up-ack—IMA group is in a transitional state and has transitioned out of
IMA startup state.
aborted-unsupported-framelength—IMA group connection failed because the
Frame length (M) received from the remote end was not acceptable to the local
end.
aborted-incompatible-symmetry—IMA group connection failed because the
remote end and local end have incompatible group symmetry modes.
aborted-other—IMA group connection failed for some other reasons.
insufficient-links—IMA group connection is currently in the insufficient links
state.
blocked—IMA group connection is in the blocked state.
operational—IMA group connection is in the operational state.
aborted-unsupported-version—Stinger unit moved to the configAborted state
because of an IMA version mismatch between the local and remote ends.
Example far-end-ima-group-state = operational
Location IMA-GROUP-STAT:ima-rt
far-end-num-failures
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of times a far-end group failure (for
example, configAborted or insufficient links) has been reported in the current
15-minutes interval.
Usage The far-end-num-failures value is read-only. Valid values range from 0
((zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-num-failures = 6
Location IMA-GROUP-STAT:ima-group-statistic
far-end-rx-failure-status
Description Read-only. Indicates the far end receive (RX) failure status of the IMA
link.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
no-failure—IMA link does not have any failure.
ima-link-failure—IMA link experienced a failure at the IMA layer.
lif-failure—IMA link experienced a loss of IMA frame (LIF) failure.
lods-failure—IMA link experienced a loss of delay synchronization (LODS)
failure.
misconnected—IMA link is misconnected to the far-end.
blocked—IMA link is in blocked state.
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far-end-rx-link-state
fault—IMA link is in fault state.
far-end-tx-link-unusable—Far end transmit of the IMA link is in an unusable
state.
far-end-rx-link-unusable—Far end receive of the IMA link is in an unusable
state.
Example far-end-rx-failure-status = no-failure
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-status
far-end-rx-link-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the far-end receive (RX) state of the DS1-ATM
link.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
unusable-no-given-reason—IMA link is not usable but the reason is not known.
unusable-fault—IMA link is not usable because of a fault.
unusable-misconnected—IMA link is not usable because it is misconnected with
the far end.
unusable-inhibited—IMA link is not usable because it is in an inhibited state.
unusable-failed—IMA link is not usable because it is in failed state.
usable— IMA link is usable.
active—IMA link is active, part of an IMA group, and carrying traffic from the
ATM layer.
Example far-end-rx-link-state = not-in-group
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-status
far-end-rx-num-failures-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of times a far-end (FE) receive failure
alarm condition has been entered on the Rx-Unusable-FE link. This is an optional
attribute.
Usage Valid for this read-only parameter range from 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-rx-num-failures-counter = 0
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
far-end-rx-unusable-secs-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of seconds with receive (RX) unusable
indications at the far-end link.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-rx-unusable-secs-counter = 134
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far-end-sev-errored-secs-counter
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
far-end-sev-errored-secs-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of one second intervals containing one
or more remote defect indicator (RDI) defects in inverse multiplexing over ATM
(IMA), except during the unavailable seconds for IMA far end (UAS-IMA-FE)
condition.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-sev-errored-secs-counter = 0
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
far-end-txclock-mode
Description Read-only. Indicates the transmit clocking mode used by the far-end
inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) group.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows
ctc—Common transmit clock. The transmit clocks of the links within the IMA
group are derived from the same clock source.
itc—Independent transmit clock. The transmit clocks of the links within the
IMA group are derived from their respective receive clocks.
Example far-end-txclock-mode = ctc
Location IMA-GROUP-STAT
far-end-tx-link-state
Description Read-only. Indicates the transmit state of the link.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows
not-in-group—IMA link is not part of an IMA group.
unusable-no-given-reason—IMA link is not usable, but the reason is not known.
unusable-fault—IMA link is not usable because of a fault.
unusable-misconnected—IMA link is not usable because it is misconnected with
the far end.
unusable-inhibited—IMA link is not usable because it is in an inhibited state.
unusable-failed—IMA link is not usable because it is in failed state.
usable—IMA link is usable.
active—IMA link is active, part of an IMA group, and carrying traffic from the
ATM layer.
Example far-end-tx-link-state = not-in-group
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-status
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far-end-tx-num-failures-counter
far-end-tx-num-failures-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of times a far-end (FE) transmit (TX)
failure alarm condition has been entered on the Tx-Unusable-FE link. This is an
optional attribute.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-tx-num-failures-counter = 12
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
far-end-tx-unusable-secs-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of seconds with Tx Unusable indications
from the far-end transmit (TX) link.
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-tx-unusable-secs-counter = 0
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
far-end-unavail-secs-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of unavailable seconds at the far end.
Unavailability begins at the onset of 10 contiguous severely errored seconds for
inverse multiplexing over ATM (SES-IMA-FE) and ends at the onset of 10 contiguous
seconds with no SES-IMA-FE.
Usage Valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example far-end-unavail-secs-counter = 0
Location DS1-ATM-STAT:ima-link-statistic
fast-leave
Description Enables or disables the fast leave feature, which bypasses the IGMP
Group Leave delay. Active member interfaces can be displayed using the igmp hosts
command on a LIM.
Usage Valid range is yes or no (default).
no—When set to no (the default), after a Leave Group message is received from
the last group member, the system delays the Group Leave process to run a last
member query to ensure that the host is the last member. If a host sends a host
membership report in response to the query, the Group Leave process is canceled
and the host membership interval timer is started. The IP multicast traffic does
not stop until the last host member timer expires.
yes—When set to yes, the system discards the group IP multicast traffic on the
interface or sends a Group Leave message to the upstream router on the MBONE
interface as soon as the last member host leaves the multicast group. IGMP v2 or
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fault-clearing-time
later is required for proper operation. This feature assumes that individual hosts
are sending membership reports on receiving the general or group membership
query, as is the case for well-known STBs.
Example set fast-leave = yes
Location CONNECTION:ip-options
See Also igmp
fault-clearing-time
Description Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, after which a fault on an
inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) link is cleared.
Usage Valid range is 0 (zero) to 2147483647.
Example set fault-clearing-time = 10
Dependencies For fault-clearing-time to apply, fault-clearing-type must be set
to auto.
Location DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:rx-link-config
DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:tx-link-config
fault-clearing-type
Description Specifies whether fault clearing on an inverse multiplexing over ATM
(IMA) link is automatic or manual.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
manual—Link fault clearing is manual.Any fault is permanent until cleared by the
user.
auto—Link fault clearing is automatic. A fault is automatically cleared after the
user-defined time. This is the default.
Example set fault-clearing-type = auto
Location DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:rx-link-config
DS1-ATM:line-config:ima-option-config:tx-link-config
f-bit-error-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of framing bit errors received since
the last time the unit was reset.
Usage This read-only display is used for monitoring line communications as follows:
For the ds3-atm-stat profile—If three or more errors occur in up to
16 consecutive framing bits in a DS3 M-frame, a DS3 out-of-frame defect is
detected. If an out-of-frame defect is consistent for up to 10 seconds, a DS3
loss-of-frame defect is detected.
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fbm-dbm-mode
For the e3-atm-stat profile—Number of F-bit errors. If three or more errors
occur in up to 16 consecutive F-bits in an E3 M-frame, an E3 out-of-frame defect
is detected. If an out-of-frame defect is consistent for up to 10 seconds, an E3
loss-of-frame is detected.
Example f-bit-error-count = 0
Location DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
fbm-dbm-mode
Description For Annex C line interface modules (LIMs) only, specifies the bit-map
mode for a line.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
fbm (the default)—Specifies fixed bit-map mode.
dbm—Specifies dual bit-map mode.
Example set fbm-dbm-mode = dbm
Location AL-DMT:line-config
fclloc-gauge
Description Specifies the gauge of the cable in the loop of a copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
If you have selected English units, enter one of the following American wire
gauge (AWG) values:
–
22
–
24
–
26
If you have selected metric units, enter one of the following values to specify a
gauge in tenths of a millimeter:
–
4
–
5
–
6
Example When metric units have been selected, the following example specifies a
cable loop of 0.4mm:
set fclloc-gauge = 4
Dependencies For fclloc-gauge to apply, you must specify the appropriate unit of
measurement in fclloc-unit.
Location CLT-COMMAND
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fclloc-unit
Description Specifies the units of measurement used for a first coil location test in a
copper loop test (CLT).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
english—Specifies that English units are used for the measurement.
metric (the default)—Specifies that metric units are used for the measurement.
Example set fclloc-unit = metric
Location CLT-COMMAND
fdl
Description Specifies the Facilities Data Link (FDL) protocol that the telephone
company uses to monitor the quality and performance of a T1 line. The protocol
provides information at regular intervals to your carrier’s maintenance requirements.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
none—Disables FDL signaling. This is the default.
AT&T—Specifies AT&T FDL signaling
ANSI—Specifies ANSI FDL signaling
sprint—Specifies Sprint FDL signaling
Note Currently the Sprint setting conforms to the same functionality as the at&t
setting.
Example set fdl = at&t
Dependencies FDL does not apply to D4 framed lines.However, even if you do not
choose the FDL protocol, the Stinger unit accumulates D4 and ESF performance
statistics in the FDL Statistics windows.
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
feb-error-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of far-end block errors (C-bit coding
violations) received since the last time the unit was reset.
Usage The feb-error-count value is read-only.
Example feb-error-count = 0
Location DS3-ATM-STAT
E3-ATM-STAT
fepl-failure
Description Read-only. Indicates whether a far-end protection line (FEPL) failure
has occurred.
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fepl-mismatch-clear-timer-duration
Usage Valid values are for this read-only parameter are as follows:
true—Indicates a FEPL failure.
false—Indicates no FEPL failure has occurred.
Example fepl failure = false
Location APS-STAT
fepl-mismatch-clear-timer-duration
Description Specifies the duration of the clear timer for a far-end protection line
(FEPL) mismatch, in tenths of milliseconds. This setting is part of the automatic
protection switching (APS) system.
Usage Specify a number from 0 through 4,294,967,295. The default is 1000.
Example set fepl-mismatch-clear-timer-duration = 2000
Location APS-CONFIG
fepl-mismatch-failure-timer-duration
Description Specifies the time duration allowed for a far-end protection line (FEPL)
failure mismatch, in tens of milliseconds.
Usage Specify a number from 0 through 4,294,967,295. The default is 250.
Example set fepl-mismatch-failure-timer-duration = 300
Location APS-CONFIG
ffw-scheduling-priority
Description This field specifies the scheduling priority used for multicast video
traffic on the slot. The slot must be bounced for a change in the value to take effect.
Usage Valid values are:
scheduler-priority-0 (the default)—Priority 0, the highest priority
(CBR)
scheduler-priority-1—Priority 1 (rt-VBR)
scheduler-priority-2—Priority 2 (nrt-VBR)
scheduler-priority-3—Priority 3, the lowest priority (UBR)
Example set ffw-scheduling-priority = scheduler-priority-1
Location SLOT-STATIC-CONFIG
fifo-overflow-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of cells dropped due to
first-in-first-out (FIFO) overflow.
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filter-name
Usage The fifo-overflow-counter value is read-only.
Example fifo-overflow-counter = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
filter-name
Description Specifies the name of a filter.
In a filter profile, the name you assign becomes the filter profile’s index,
which is used to apply the filter to interfaces.
In an ethernet profile, the name specifies a data filter to apply to the Ethernet
interface.
Usage Specify a filter name of up to 36 characters. The default is null.
Example set filter-name = ip-spoof
Location ETHERNET
FILTER
filter-persistence
Description Enables or disables filter persistence across connection state changes.
A state change occurs when a connection temporarily stops operating because of
inactivity on the line.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Filters persist across state changes.
no (the default)—Filters do not persist across state changes.
Example set filter-persistence = yes
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:session-info
CONNECTION:session-options
filter-required
Description Specifies whether access to the filter is required to establish the session.
In the answer-defaults profile, this parameter is used for RADIUS user profiles that
apply a filter and do not specify a value for Ascend-Filter-Required (50).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Disconnects the call with cause code 425 if the filter is not found locally or
in RADIUS.
no (the default)—Establishes the session even if the specified filter is not found,
and logs a notice-level message.
Example set filter-required = yes
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filter-type
Dependencies This setting does not apply if the profile does not specify a filter by
name.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:session-info
CONNECTION:session-options
filter-type
Description Type of multicast group address filtering.
Usage Allowable values are:
exclusive—Access to all multicast group addresses except those listed in the
filter-list is allowed.
inclusive—Access only to those multicast group addresses listed in the
filter-list is allowed.
none (the default)—Access to all multicast groups is allowed.
Example set filter-type = inclusive
Location MCAST-SERVICE
finger
Description Enables or disables response to remote finger queries.
The finger facility is described in RFC 1288. The finger forwarding service, which
uses the hostname format @host1@host2, is not supported. If the remote client uses
the forwarding request format, the system sends a message that the service is denied.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Accepts finger queries and returns the requested active session details to a
remote client. The client can ask for short or wide format of session information,
and can request the details of all sessions, or of a single session.
no (the default)—Rejects queries from finger clients and sends a message that
the finger online user list is denied.
Example set finger = yes
Location IP-GLOBAL
firmware-startup-stage
Description Read-only. Indicates the current firmware state.
Usage The firmware-startup-stage value is read-only.
Example firmware-startup-stage = idle
Location SDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
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firmware-ver
firmware-ver
Description Read-only. Indicates the version number of the line interface module
(LIM) firmware.The firmware-ver value is read-only.
Example firmware-ver = 1.4.1
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
HDSL2-STAT:physical-status
SHDSL-STAT:physical-status
first-coil-location
Description Specifies the distance to the first load coil detected in a copper loop test
(CLT).
Usage Distance is reported in centimeters if fclloc-unit is set to metric. Distance is
reported in hundredths of feet if fclloc-unit is set to English. A value of 0 indicates
no load coil was detected.
Example first-coil-location
=
74
Location CLT-RESULT
first-level-user
Description Name of a first-level user profile. The default setting is null.
Usage Specify the name of a valid user profile.
Example set first-level-user = john
Location USER
first-retry-timer
Description Specifies the initial interval, in milliseconds, that the system waits
before retransmitting control packets in the attempt to establish a Layer 2 Tunneling
Protocol (L2TP) tunnel with an L2TP network server (LNS) system.
Usage Enter a number from 100 to 5000. The default is 1000.
Example set first-retry-timer = 1000
Dependencies This timer works with the retry-count parameter in establishing
and maintaining tunnel sessions.
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
flow-control
Description Specifies the flow control method used on the serial port.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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flow-services
none (the default)—Specifies no flow control.
xon-xoff—Specifies software flow control.
hardware-handshake—Specifies hardware flow control.
Example set flow-control = xon-xoff
Location SERIAL
flow-services
Description Name of a flow-services profile that defines the proper VLAN tag
mapping for this connection.
Usage The name of a valid flow-services profile.
Example set flow-services = enterprise1-vlans
Location CONNECTION:session-options
force-56kbps
Description Not supported. Specifies whether to use only the 56Kbps portion of a
channel, even when all 64Kbps appear to be available.
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS
CALL-INFO
CONNECTION:telco-options
force-fragmentation
Description Enables or disables the fragmentation of packets with the DF (Don’t
Fragment) bit set, sent by client software.
If outdated client software sends large packets with the DF bit set, you can set this
parameter to force the system to fragment the packets anyway.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Forces prefragmentation of large IP frames before they are sent to the
remote agent, even if the frame has the DF bit set. This behavior is not standard
and prevents maximum transmission unit (MTU) discovery mechanisms.
no—Sends an Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) message if a frame
needs fragmentation and the DF bit is set. This is the default.
Example set force-fragmentation = no
Location ATMP
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forward
forward
Description Specifies the forwarding action of a filter:
For a data filter, the forwarding action determines whether the system forwards
or discards packets that match the filter specification.
For a call filter, the forwarding action determines whether matching packets reset
the session timer.
Usage Valid values are as follows. When no filters are in use, the system forwards all
packets by default. When a filter is in use, the default is to discard matching packets.
yes—Forwards packets that match the filter rules.
no—Discards packets that match the filter rules. This is the default.
Example set forward = yes
Dependencies This setting has no effect on route filters or type-of-service (TOS)
filters.
Location FILTER:input-filters[n]
FILTER:output-filters[n]
fr-08-mode
Description Specifies how frame relay packet headers are processed when they flow
between the frame relay interface and the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
interface.
Note This parameter is not currently used in the atm-connect-options subprofile.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
translation— RFC 1490 headers are converted to RFC 2684 header format. This
is the default.
transparent—RFC 1490 headers are not converted to RFC 2684 header format.
Example set fr-08-mode = transparent
Location CONNECTION:atm-connect-options
CONNECTION:atm-options
framed-only
Description Specifies whether an incoming call must use a framed protocol or not.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that an incoming call must use a framed protocol.
no—Specifies that an incoming call need not use a framed protocol. This is the
default.
Example set framed-only = yes
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frame-length
frame-length
Description Specifies the frame length for an inverse multiplexing ATM (IMA)
group.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
32—IMA frame is 32 cells long.
64—IMA frame is 64 cells long.
128—IMA frame is 128 cells long. This is the default.
256—IMA frame is 256 cells long.
Example set frame-length = 64
Location IMAGROUP
framer-mode
Description Specifies the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) framer mode for
DS3 and E3 interfaces. Specifies the SONET mode for OC3 interfaces.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For DS3-ATM interfaces:
–
c-bit-adm—Free-running and fixed-stuffing C-bit ATM direct-mapping
(ADM) mode.
–
c-bit-plcp—Free-running and fixed-stuffing C-bit Physical Layer
Convergence Protocol (PLCP) mode. This is the default.
–
c-bit-adm-loop-timed—Loop-timed C-bit ADM mode.
–
c-bit-plcp-loop-timed—Loop-timed C-bit PLCP mode.
–
c-bit-adm-frame-locked—Frame-locked C-bit ADM mode.
–
c-bit-plcp-frame-locked—Frame-locked C-bit PLCP mode.
For E3-ATM interfaces:
–
g832-adm—G.832 framing, ADM, fixed-stuffing mode.
–
g832-adm-frame-locked—Frame-locked E3-ATM G.832 ADM mode.
–
g832-adm-loop-timed—Loop-timed E3-ATM G.832 ADM mode.
For OC3-ATM interfaces:
–
sonet—Synchronous Optical Network mode.
–
sdh—Synchronous digital hierarchy mode.
Example set framer-mode = c-bit-plcp-frame-locked
See Also DS3-ATM:line-config
E3-ATM:line-config
OC3-ATM:line-config
framer-rate
Description Specifies the framing to use on the line.
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frame-relay-enabled
Usage Currently, the only supported value is sts-3c, which is used for a
155.52Mbps interface in the U.S. as well as the equivalent European 155Mbps
interface (STM-1).
Example set framer-rate = sts-3c
Location OC3-ATM:line-config
frame-relay-enabled
Description Read-only. Indicates whether frame relay is enabled on the Stinger
unit.
Usage The frame-relay-enabled value is read-only and can have one of the
following settings:
yes—Indicates that frame relay is enabled.
no—Indicates that frame relay is not enabled.
Example frame-relay-enabled = no
Location BASE
frame-relay-profile
Description Specifies the name of the frame-relay profile to use.
Usage Specify the name of a frame-relay profile, exactly as specified by the fr-name
value, including case changes.
Example set frame-relay-profile = att-dce
Dependencies For frame-relay-profile to apply, you must set fr-direct-enabled
to no.
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
framer-sync-status
Description Read-only. Indicates the state of the HDSL2 framer. Provides
troubleshooting information and can assist in determining the reason for a
loss-of-signal (LOS) condition.
Usage Valid values for this read-only parameter are as follows:
in-sync—Framer is in synchronization. The HDSL2 framers are successfully
passing HDSL2 frames.
resync-state 1 through resync-state 5—HDSL2 framer is trying to regain
synchronization.
out-of-sync—HDSL2 framer is out of synchronization and is not trying to regain
synchronization.
out-of-sync-pre-sync—HDSL2 framer is out of synchronization and is not trying
to gain synchronization.
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frame-type
Example framer-sync-status = in-sync
Location HDSL2-STAT:physical-statistic
SHDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
frame-type
Description Not currently used. Specifies the super-framing mode used for the
physical link(s).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
d4—Fourth-generation channel bank
esf—Extended Super Frame format, a T1 format that uses the framing bit for
nonintrusive signaling and control. This is the default.
703
Example set frame-type = esf
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
fr-answer
Description Specifies whether the Stinger unit answers incoming connections that
use frame relay encapsulation.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit answers incoming connections that use frame
relay encapsulation. This is the default.
no—Specifies that this function is disabled.
Example fr-answer = yes
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS
fr-direct-dlci
Description Not currently used. Specifies the data link connection identifier (DLCI) of
the frame relay direct connection.
Usage Specify a number from 16 through 91.
Example set fr-dlci = 16
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
fr-direct-enabled
Description Not currently used. Specifies that the Stinger unit uses the connection for
Frame Relay Direct.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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fr-direct-profile
yes—Specifies that the Stinger unit uses the connection for frame relay direct.
no—Specifies that the Stinger unit does not use the connection for frame relay
direct. This is the default
Example set fr-direct-enabled = yes
Dependencies If encapsulation-protocol is set to frame-relay or
frame-relay-circuit, fr-direct-enabled does not apply.
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
fr-direct-profile
Description Not currently used. Specifies the name of the frame relay profile to be
used for frame relay direct routing
Usage Specify a name of up to 16 characters.
Example set fr-direct-profile = cingula
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
frdl
Description Specifies the password for the frame relay pseudo user.
Usage Specify a password of up to 21 characters.
Example set frdl = yourpass
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:password-profile
fr-dlci
Description Specifies a frame relay data link connection identifier (DLCI) number
to use for frame relay direct connections.
Usage Specify the DLCI obtained from the frame relay administrator for frame relay
direct links. The default is null. More than one direct PPP connection can share an
fr-dlci number.
Example set fr-dlci = 72
Dependencies If fr-direct-enabled is set to no, fr-dlci does not apply. The
fr-dlci parameter does not apply to gateway or circuit connections.
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
frequency-justification-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the count of frequency justification instances that
have taken place.
These operations monitor and reinforce synchronicity in the sending of packets.
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fr-linkdown-enabled
Usage The frequency-justification-count value is read-only.
Example frequency-justification-count = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
fr-linkdown-enabled
Description Specifies whether a trap (notification) is sent whenever a data link
connection identifier (DLCI) is brought down.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that a trap is sent whenever a DLCI is brought down. This is the
default.
yes—Specifies that a trap is not sent whenever a DLCI is brought down.
Example set fr-linkdown-enabled = no
Dependencies If you set fr-linkdown-enabled to yes, you must also set
alarm-enabled to yes for a trap to be sent whenever a DLCI is brought down.
Location TRAP
fr-link-type
Description Not used. Specifies the type of link for the circuit end point.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
transparent-link—Specifies a 1:1 circuit. It requires two end points that specify
the same circuit name and the transparent-link type. If only one end point is
specified, data received on the specified DLCI is dropped. If more than two
transparent-link end points are specified with the same circuit name, only two of
the profiles will be used to form a circuit. This is the default.
host-link—Specifies virtual channel trunking with multiple end points on the
host side.
trunk-link—Specifies virtual channel trunking with a single end point on the
trunk side.
Example set fr-link-type = transparent-link
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
FRDLCI-STAT:dlci-ident
FRPVC-STAT:dlci-members[n]
fr-linkup-enabled
Description Specifies whether a trap (notification) is sent whenever a data link
connection identifier (DLCI) is brought up.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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fr-name
yes—Specifies that a trap is sent whenever a DLCI is brought up. This is the
default.
no—Specifies that a trap is not sent whenever a DLCI is brought up.
Example set fr-linkup-enabled = no
Dependencies If you set fr-linkup-enabled to yes, you must also set
alarm-enabled to yes for a trap to be sent whenever a DLCI is brought up.
Location TRAP
fr-name
Description Specifies the name of a frame-relay profile.
Usage Specify a unique of no more than 15 characters. The default is null.
Example set fr-name = att-dce
Location FRAME-RELAY
front-end-type
Description Specifies the front-end type of the transceiver: a long-haul or
short-haul line interface unit.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
short-haul—Sets the port for short-haul mode, which sets the receive sensitivity
to -12dB in E1 mode and -30dB in T1 mode. A cross-connect receives a cell
stream on one interface and transmits it on another. This is the default.
long-haul—Sets the port to the long-haul mode, which sets the receive
sensitivity on the interface to -43dB in E1 mode and -36dB in T1 mode.
Example set front-end-type = short-haul
Dependencies Consider the following:
For the short-haul setting to apply, you must also set the line-length parameter
to the length of the cable that connects to the digital cross-connect.
For the long-haul setting to apply, you must also specify the correct value for the
line-build-out parameter.
The long-haul setting requires 120-ohm termination.
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
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fr-profile
fr-profile
Description Specifies or indicates, according to the profile, the name of the
frame-relay profile to use for a frame relay direct connection.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
In a fr-options subprofile, specify the name of a configured frame-relay profile,
exactly as specified by the fr-name setting, including case changes.
In a dlci-ident subprofile, a read-only value specifying the frame-relay profile
over which the DLCI is established.
In a dlci-members[n] subprofile, a read-only value specifying the frame-relay
profile over which the DLCI is established.
Example set fr-profile = att-dce
Dependencies For fr-profile to apply, you must set fr-direct-enabled to yes.
The fr-profile parameter does not apply to gateway or circuit connections.
Location CONNECTION:fr-options
FRDLCCI-STAT:dlci-ident
FRPVC-STAT:dlci-members[n]
ft1-caller
Description Not supported. Specifies whether the system allows fractional T1
dial-out.
Location CALL-INFO
CONNECTION:telco-options
function
Description Read-only. Indicates the current function of the controller in this
context.
Usage Read-only parameter with the following possible values:
no-function
primary
secondary
Example function = secondary
Location REDUNDANCY-STATS:context-stats
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G
gain-default
Description Specifies the default gain value in decibels (dB) for automatic gain
control (AGC).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
16—Specifies 16dB, the optimum for upstream transmission.
20—Specifies 20dB, the optimum value for downstream transmission.
Example set gain-default = 20
Location AL-DMT:fast-path-config
gamma-ima-value
Description Specifies the number of consecutive valid inverse multiplexing over
ATM (IMA) Control Protocol (ICP) cells that must be detected before the system
moves to IMA SYNC state from the PRESYNC state.
Usage Specify a number from 1 to 5.
Example set gamma-ima-value = 1
Location IMAHW-CONFIG
gateway-address
Description Specifies the IP address of a next-hop router used to reach the
destination address specified by a static or private route. A next-hop router is directly
connected to the same Ethernet segment as the Stinger unit, or is one hop away on a
WAN link.
Usage Specify an IP address. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set gateway-address = 2.2.2.2
Location IP-ROUTE
PRIVATE-ROUTE-TABLE:route-description-list[n]
gdb-host
Description Specifies the name or IP address of the host running GNU debugger
(GDB).
Usage Specify an alphanumeric value up to 31 characters long. The default is blank.
Example set gdb-host = GNUs new
Location DEBUG
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geb-gs-adsl2plus-atm
geb-gs-adsl2plus-atm
Description Specifies whether code images for ADSL IP LIM line interface modules
(LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for ADSL IP LIMs that are installed in the
Stinger unit, and to skip images for modules that are not installed. This is the
default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no ADSL IP LIMs are
installed.
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an ADSL IP LIM is installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example set geb-gs-adsl2plus-atm = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
gecrtcm
Description Specifies whether code images for the Stinger Compact Remote GE
COP are to be stored in flash memory on a host Stinger.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for the GE COPs that are installed in the
hosted Stinger system, and to skip images if the module is not installed. This is
the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no GE COPs are installed.
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an GE COP is installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example set gecrtcm = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
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generic-field
generic-field
Description Specifies a field used as a generic bit mask stored in nonvolatile
memory and preserved over resets and power downs.
Usage Specify a numeric value ranging from 0 to 4294967295.
Example set generic-field = 123456
Location DEBUG
giaddr-assignment
Description Specifies the address to populate the giaddr field in DHCPDISCOVER
packets on this connection.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
global—Use the giaddr value specified in the IP-GLOBAL profile. This is the
default value.
system-ip—Use the configured system IP address.
soft-ip—Use the connection’s source-if setting. If source-if is null, use the soft
interface address.
local—Use the local IP address of the interface across which the DHCP server is
accessible.
local-connection—Use the connection’s source-if setting. If source-if is null, use
the soft interface address.
Example giaddr-assignment = global
Location CONNECTION/"":ip-options
glite-atm-48
Description Specifies whether code images for ADSL 48-port G.lite line interface
modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Causes the system to load images for ADSL 48-port G.lite LIMs that are
installed in the Stinger unit, and to skip images for modules that are not installed.
This is the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no ADSL 48-Port G.lite LIMs
are installed.
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an ADSL 48-Port G.lite LIM is
installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
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global
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example set glite-atm-48 = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
global
Description Not used. Specifies the highest level of the Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) hierarchy that lies within the global scope.
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 104. The default value is 0.
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG:node-scope-mapping
global-vrouter
Description Specifies the name of the global virtual router (the main router).
Usage Specify up to 23 characters. The default is main.
Example set global-vrouter = test
Location IP-GLOBAL
gmt-offset
Description Specifies the local time zone as an offset from the Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC).
When Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) has been enabled, specifying the time
zone allows the system to query the server to maintain its system time.
Usage Because UTC is in the same time zone as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT),
specify the offset in hours, using a 24-hour clock. Because some time zones, such as
Newfoundland, cannot use an even-hour boundary, the offset includes 4 digits and is
specified in half-hour increments. Valid values are as follows:
utc-1130
utc-1100
utc-1030
utc-1000
utc-0930
utc-0900
utc-0830
utc-0800
utc-0730
utc-0700
utc-0630
utc-0600
utc-0530
utc-0500
utc-0430
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golim
utc-0400
utc-0330
utc-0300
utc-0230
utc-0200
utc-0130
utc-0100
utc-0030
utc+0000 (the default)
utc+0030
utc+0100
utc+0130
utc+0200
utc+0230
utc+0300
utc+0330
utc+0400
utc+0430
utc+0500
utc+0530
utc+0600
utc+0630
utc+0700
utc+0730
utc+0800
utc+0830
utc+0900
utc+0930
utc+1000
utc+1030
utc+1100
utc+1130
utc+1200
Example Use the following examples to help you set gmt-offset:
To set the offset for Newfoundland, which is 1.5 hours ahead of UTC:
set gmt-offset = utc+0130
To set the offset for San Francisco, which is 8 hours ahead of UTC:
set gmt-offset = utc+0800
To set the offset for Frankfurt, which is 1 hour behind UTC:
set gmt-offset = utc-0100
Location IP-GLOBAL:sntp-info
golim
Description Specifies whether code images for the Gigabit Ethernet OLIM are to be
stored in flash memory on a host Stinger.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
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golim-mode
auto—Causes the system to load images if a GE OLIMs is installed in the system,
and to skip images if the module is not present. This is the default.
load—Causes the system to load the image, even if no GE OLIMs are installed.
skip—Causes the system to skip the image, even if an GE OLIM is installed.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example set golim = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
golim-mode
Description Allow you to set the mode for GE-OLIM. Valid values include hosted
and switch. The default value is hosted.
Usage Valid values are hosted and switch.
Example set golim-mode = hosted
Location GOLIM-SWITCH-CONFIG
group-address
Description A multicast group address (a class D IP address). You can specify a full
group address or a group range. If you specify a prefix (such as /8 in the value
226.0.0.0/8), the system automatically updates the group-mask parameter with the
appropriate decimal value (such as 255.0.0.0).
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set group-address = 231.1.1.1
Dependencies The combined group address and group mask must be unique in the
system. You cannot write duplicate mappings for the same group or group range.
Location PIM-GROUP-RP-MAPPING
group-id (GBONDGROUP, GBOND-GROUP-STAT)
Description Identifies the group uniquely. Group-id is automatically assigned if not
configured by user.
Usage The group id can range from 1 to 65536.
Example group-id = 3
Location GBONDGROUP, GBOND-GROUP-STAT
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group-mask
group-mask
Description A mask to be applied to the group-address value to obtain the group
prefix mapped to the specified rendezvous point (RP). For example, a value of
255.0.0.0 indicates a one-octet group prefix. If no mask is specified, the default mask
of 255.255.255.255 is applied.
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation.
Example set group-mask = 255.0.0.0
Location PIM-GROUP-RP-MAPPING
group-name
Description Specifies the name of the view based access control model (VACM)
group to which the combination of security-model plus security-name in the
security-properties subprofile belongs.
Usage Specify a name of up to 23 characters.
Example set group-name = pluto
Location VACM-ACCESS:access-properties
VACM-SECURITY-GROUP
group-range-count
Description Configures a range of contiguous group addresses in a single filter.
Usage The number of group addresses in a range of addresses that begins with the
value of the mcast-ip-address parameter. Valid values are from 1 to 1024. The
default value is 1, which indicates the single address specified as the
mcast-ip-address.
Example set group-range-count = 20
Location MCAST-SERVICE"":filter-list[n]
group-symmetry-mode
Description Specifies the symmetry mode of the inverse multiplexing over ATM
(IMA) group to which this link belongs.
Usage Currently symmetric-operation is the only value for this parameter
supported.
Symmetric operation entails symmetrical configuration and operation. An IMA link
must be configured for each direction of all the physical links to be used, and the IMA
unit is only allowed to transmit and receive ATM layer cells over the physical links on
which IMA links running in both directions are active.
Example set group-symmetry-mode = symmetric-operation
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gs-adsl2plus-atm
Location IMAGROUP
gs-adsl2plus-atm
Description Specifies whether code images for the Globespan based ADSL2+
capable 48 or 72-port line interface modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Specifies that the system loads the code image if a Globespan based
ADSL2+ LIM is installed. This is the default.
load—Specifies that the system loads the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
skip—Specifies that the system skips the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example gs-adsl2plus-atm = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
gshdsl-psd-type
Description Specifies the rate or rates at which a modem outputs a symmetric
power spectral density (PSD), based on the G.shdsl standard G.991.2.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
symmetric (the default)—The modem outputs a symmetric power spectral
density for all rates.
asymmetric-776k-psd-annex-a—The modem outputs an asymmetric power
spectral density at 776Kbps only. This parameter is valid only on annex A
networks.
asymmetric-1544k-psd-annex-a—The modem outputs an asymmetric power
spectral density at 1544Kbps only. This parameter is valid only on annex A
networks.
asymmetric-2056k-psd-annex-b—The modem outputs an asymmetric power
spectral density at 2056Kbps only. This parameter is valid only on annex B
networks.
asymmetric-2312k-psd-annex-b—The modem outputs an asymmetric power
spectral density at 2312Kbps only. This parameter is valid only on annex B
networks.
auto-detect—Allows customer premise equipment (CPE) to automatically
obtain rate setting from central office equipment (COE). Only the CPE can use
autodetect.
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gshdsl-standard-network-type
Example set gshdsl-psd-type = symmetric
Location HDSL2:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
gshdsl-standard-network-type
Description Specifies the G.991.2 standard network type for the network that is
connected to the single-pair high-rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) port.
This setting configures a modem to output different characteristics that have been
classified for North American and European networks.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
north-american-annex-a—North American Annex A network.
european-annex-b—European Annex B network.
auto-detect—Allows customer premise equipment (CPE) to automatically
obtain network type setting from central office equipment (COE). Only the CPE
can use autodetect.
Example set gshdsl-standard-network-type = north-american-annex-a
Dependencies This parameter applies only if the interface-type parameter is set to
g-shdsl.
Location HDSL2:line-config
SHDSL:line-config
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H
h248
Description Read-only. Indicates whether H.248 protocol support is enabled or
disabled on a Stinger unit.
Usage Read-only parameter with one of the following values:
yes—H.248 protocol support is enabled.
no—H.248 protocol support is disabled.
Example h248 = yes
Location BASE
hardware-level
Description Read-only. Indicates a one-character or two-character string
representing the hardware revision level of the module.
Usage The hardware-level setting is read-only. A value of 0 (zero) means that the
revision level is unknown.
Example hardware-level = 0
Location BASE
SLOT-INFO
hardware-revision
Description Read-only. Indicates the level of revision for test head hardware in the
copper loop test (CLT).
Usage The hardware-revision value is read-only.
Example hardware-revision = 0
Location CLT-RESULT
hardware-rework-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of times the module has been
reworked.
Usage The hardware-rework-count setting is read-only.
Location SLOT-INFO
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hardware-ver
hardware-ver
Description Read-only. Indicates the hardware version of the line interface module
(LIM) or of the ADSL modem.
Usage The hardware-ver setting is read-only.
Example hardware-ver = 1
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
HDSL2-STAT:physical-status
SDSL-STAT:physical-status
SHDSL-STAT:physical-status
hdlc-rx-crc-error-cnt
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of high-level data link control (HDLC)
cyclic redundancy check (CRC) errors associated with this channel.
Usage Read-only numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295.
Example hdlc-rx-crc-error-cnt = 28
Location SDSL-STAT:physical-statistic
hdsl2
Description Specifies whether code images for HDSL2 32-port line interface
modules (LIMs) are to be stored in flash memory.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
auto—Specifies that the system loads the code image if an HDSL2 32-port LIM is
installed. This is the default.
load—Specifies that the system loads the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
skip—Specifies that the system skips the code image when one is present in the
tar file.
Note A module is considered present in the system if a slot-type profile exists for
that module type. The system creates a slot-type profile when it first detects the
presence of a module, and does not delete the profile unless you use the slot –r
command to permanently remove a module that is no longer installed in the system,
or clear nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM). To ensure that the system does not load
unnecessary images, use slot –r to remove slot-type profiles for modules that are
no longer installed in the system.
Example set hdsl2 = auto
Location LOAD-SELECT
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hdsl2-shdsl-threshold-traps-enabled
hdsl2-shdsl-threshold-traps-enabled
Description Enables or disables HDSL2/SHDSL threshold traps (notifications).
Usage Specify one of the following values:
yes—Enables HDSL2/SHDSL threshold traps. This is the default.
no—Disables HDSL2/SHDSL threshold traps.
Example set hdsl2-shdsl-threshold-traps-enabled = no
Location TRAP
heart-beat-trap-enabled
Description Enables/disables the Stinger unit’s ability to generate heartbeat traps
after a period of trap inactivity. By default, the Stinger unit does not generate a
heartbeat trap during periods of trap inactivity. For the system to generate a heartbeat
trap after a specified interval of trap inactivity specified by the
heart-beat-trap-interval parameter, specify yes. The sequence number for a
heartbeat trap is the same as the number of the last nonheartbeat trap generated by
the Stinger unit.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Enables heartbeat traps.
no (the default)—Disables heartbeat traps.
Example set heart-beat-trap-enabled = yes
Location TRAP
heart-beat-trap-interval
Description Time elapsed, in minutes, since the the Stinger unit last generated a
trap before it sends a heartbeat trap.
Usage Specify a value from 1 through 60. The default value is 5.
Example set heart-beat-trap-interval = 10
Location TRAP
hec-cell-drop-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of cells dropped by header error
control (HEC) processing.
Usage The hec-cell-drop-counter value is read-only.
Example hec-cell-drop-counter = 0
Location OC3-ATM-stat
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hec-correction-enabled
hec-correction-enabled
Description Not currently used. Specifies whether correction of cells received with a
single-bit error in the header error control (HEC) is enabled.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that correction of cells received with a single-bit error in the HEC
is enabled.
no—Specifies that correction of cells received with a single-bit error in the HEC is
disabled. This is the default.
Example set hec-correction-enabled = no
Location DS1-ATM:line-config
hello-holddown
Description Specifies the initial value, in 100ms units, for the Hello hold-down
timer used by a Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) node to limit the rate
at which it sends Hello packets.
Usage Specify a positive nonzero number.
Example set hello-holddown = 10
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-timer
hello-hold-time
Description Number of seconds a receiver of hello messages must consider the
sender reachable before timing out the sender. The value must be greater than that of
the hello-interval parameter.
Usage Specify a number of seconds from 1 to 65535. The default value is 105
seconds.
Example set hello-hold-time = 120
Location IP-INTERFACE:pim-options
CONNECTION:ip-options:pim-options
hello-inactivity-factor
Description Specifies the inactivity factor a Private Network-to-Network Interface
(PNNI) node uses to determine when a neighbor has stopped operating.
Usage Specify a number to designate neighbor inactivity. The default is 10.
Example set hello-inactivity-factor = 5
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-timer
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hello-interval
hello-interval
Description Specifies the interval between Hello packets, as follows:
For OSPF profiles, specifies the number of seconds between the Hello packets
that the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) router sends on the interface.
For the node-timer subprofile, specifies the initial value, in seconds, for the Hello
timer. In the absence of triggered Hellos, a Private Network-to-Network Interface
(PNNI) node sends one Hello packet on each of its ports on this interval.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For OSPF profiles, specify an integer. The defaults are 10 seconds for connected
routes, and 30 seconds for WAN connections and virtual links.
For the node-timer subprofile, specify a positive nonzero number. The default is
15 seconds.
Example set hello-interval = 10
Location CONNECTION:ip-options:ospf-options
IP-INTERFACE:ospf
OSPF-VIRTUAL-LINK
PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-timer
hello-priority
Description Designated router (DR) election priority for the Stinger unit on the
interface. The DR election priority is a 32-bit unsigned number contained in a hello
message. A router with a numerically larger priority is preferred in electing a new
DR.
Note Currently, the Stinger unit must not be elected DR on the LAN interface if the
LAN supports Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) hosts.
Usage The valid range for this setting is from 0 to 4,294,967,295, with a default
setting of 1.
Example set hello-priority = 0
Location IP-INTERFACE:pim-options
CONNECTION:ip-options:pim-options
hello-priority-option
Description Whether the Stinger unit will participate in Designated router (DR)
election on this interface.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes (the default)—Enables participation in DR election.
no—Disables participation in DR election.
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hello-timer
Example set hello-priority-option = no
Location IP-INTERFACE:pim-options
CONNECTION:ip-options:pim-options
hello-timer
Description Specifies the interval, in seconds, between Hello messages sent to the
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) network server (LNS).
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 600. The default is 60. The 0 setting specifies that
no Hello messages are sent.
Example set hello-timer = 60
Location L2-TUNNEL-GLOBAL:l2tp-config
high-ber-alarm
Description Enables or disables the setting of a relay alarm when the bit-error rate
(BER) exceeds the high-ber-alarm-threshold value.
Usage Select one of the following values:
yes—Enables setting a relay alarm when the bit-error rate (BER) exceeds
high-ber-alarm-threshold.
no—Disables setting a relay alarm when the bit-error rate (BER) exceeds
high-ber-alarm-threshold. This is the default.
Example set high-ber-alarm = yes
Location SYSTEM
high-ber-alarm-threshold
Description Specifies the high bit-error rate (BER). When the bit-error rate exceeds
the threshold, a relay alarm is set.
Usage Select one of the following values:
10-**-3—One error in 103 bits .
10-**-4—One error in 104 bits .
10-**-5—One error in 105 bits .
Example set high-ber-alarm-threshold = 10-**-5
Dependencies For high-ber-alarm-threshold to apply, high-ber-alarm must be set
to yes.
Location SYSTEM
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high-priority-weight
high-priority-weight
Description Specifies the weight of a queue on the high-priority scheduler. The
relative weight determines how much of the scheduler's work cycle this queue can
receive relative to other queues on the same scheduler.
Usage Specify a value in the range 0 to 15. The total weight per scheduler must be
less than or equal to 128. The high-priority weight or low-priority weight must be
nonzero if the queue is active.
Example set high-priority-weight = 12
Location SWITCH-CONFIG:atm-parameters:outgoing-queue
high-tx-output
Description Enables or disables high transmit output. This parameter specifies
whether the DS3 cable length is more than 255 feet (77.7m).
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For DS3-ATM profiles:
–
yes—Specifies that the DS3 cable length is more than 255 feet (77.7m).
–
no—Specifies that the DS3 cable length is less than 255 feet. This is the
default.
For DS3 cables longer than 255 feet, set this parameter to yes.
For E3-ATM profiles:
–
yes—Specifies that the E3 cable length is more than 300 feet (92m).
–
no—Specifies that the E3 cable length is less than 300 feet. This is the default.
For E3 cables longer than 300 feet, set this parameter to yes.
Example set high-tx-output = yes
Location DS3-ATM:line-config
E3-ATM:line-config
history-size
Description Enables/disables command logging for a system.
Usage Valid values are integers from 0 through 1000. With the default setting of
zero (0), command logging is disabled for a Stinger system (the system logs no user
commands). The system deletes all existing command logs when a users resets the
value of the history-size parameter.
Example set history-size = 100
Location LOG
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hlink-inact
hlink-inact
Description Specifies the number of seconds the Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) node continues to advertise a horizontal link for which it has not
received and processed a logical group node (LGN) horizontal link group.
Usage Specify the number of seconds.The default is 120.
Example set hlink-inact = 100
Location PNNI-NODE-CONFIG[n]:node-timer
home-agent-password
Description Specifies the password required for Ascend Tunnel Management
Protocol (ATMP) tunnel authentication.
Mobile client profiles must supply the password to initiate a tunnel. If the Foreign
Agent supplies the proper password when requesting a tunnel, the Home Agent
returns a RegisterReply message with a number that identifies the tunnel, and the
mobile client’s tunnel is established. If the password does not match, the Home Agent
rejects the tunnel, and the Foreign Agent logs a message and disconnects the mobile
client.
Usage Specify a text string of up to 20 characters.
Example set home-agent-password = tunnel-password
Location ATMP
home-network-name
Description In an Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol (ATMP) mobile client
profile, specifies the name of the gateway profile that defines the connection to the
home network when the ATMP Home Agent is operating in gateway mode.
Usage If profile-type is set to mobile-client and agent-type is set to
gateway-home-agent, enter the setting specified for station in the connection profile
on the Home Agent. Otherwise, leave the default of null.
Example set home-network-name = myhome
Dependencies This setting applies only when tunneling-protocol is set to
atmp-protocol and profile-type is set to gateway-profile.
Location CONNECTION:tunnel-options
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hop-level
hop-level
Description Number of hops (ATM switches) between the Stinger unit and a virtual
circuit end point that is permitted to use the queue. This parameter is used to restrict
a configured queue for use by virtual circuits originating a certain distance away.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
any-level (the default)—Specifies that virtual circuits originating from a node
that is any number of hops away from the Stinger unit are permitted into this
queue.
0-level—Specifies that virtual circuits originating from a node that is zero hops
away are permitted into this queue.
1-level—Specifies that virtual circuits originating from a node that is one hop
away are permitted into this queue.
2-level—Specifies that virtual circuits originating from a node that is two hops
away are permitted into this queue.
3-level—Specifies that virtual circuits originating from a node that is three hops
away are permitted into this queue.
Example set hop-level = 1-level
Location SWITCH-CONFIG:atm-parameters:outgoing-queue[n]
host
Description Specifies the Domain Name System (DNS) hostname or address of a
host on the network, as follows:
In a connection profile, the host value specifies the first host that the Stinger unit
attempts to use for a TCP-clear connection.
In the ip-global profile, the host value is an array of IP addresses for up to three
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) servers. The Stinger unit always queries
the first address unless it is inaccessible. In that case, the unit attempts to
communicate with the second address, trying the third address only if the other
two are inaccessible.
In the log profile and the auxiliary-syslog[1] and auxiliary-syslog[2]
subprofiles of the log profile, the host value specifies the host to which the
Stinger unit sends syslog messages for the first, second, and third data stream,
respectively.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
For an auxiliary-syslog subprofile, specify the host to which the unit sends
syslog messages.
For a connection profile, specify the name of one or more login hosts to use for
TCP-clear connections. You can enter a name of up to 32 characters for each
host. The default is null.
For the ip-global profile, specify up to three IP addresses of SNTP servers, in
dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
For the log profile, specify the IP address of a UNIX syslog server, in dotted
decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
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host2 host3 host4
Example Use the following examples to help you set the host value:
The following example sets addresses for the first, second, and third SNTP servers
in an ip-global profile:
set host 1 = 1.1.1.1
set host 2 = 1.1.1.2
set host 3 = 1.1.1.3
The following example sets the first login TCP-clear login host in a connection
profile:
set tcp-clear-options host = mars
Dependencies Consider the following:
In the log profile, the host value affects all data streams. However, the host value
in each auxiliary-syslog subprofile affects the individual data stream directed to
the specified device, and overrides the value in the log profile.
In a connection profile, the host, host2, host3, and host4 values specify the
names of up to four login hosts to use for TCP-clear connections. If the TCP
connection to the first specified host fails, the system attempts to connect to the
next specified host, and so on, up to host4. If all connection attempts fail, the
session terminates and the Stinger unit returns a TCP connection error to the
dial-in client.
Location CONNECTION:tcp-clear-options
IP-GLOBAL:sntp-info
LOG
LOG:auxiliary-syslog
host2
host3
host4
Description Specifies the name of a login host that the Stinger unit attempts to use
for TCP-clear connections.
Usage Specify a name of up to 32 characters. The default is null.
Example The following examples set addresses for the second, third, and fourth
TCP-clear login hosts:
set host2 = mercury
set host3 = jupiter
set host4 = saturn
Dependencies The host, host2, host3, and host4 values specify the names of up to
four login hosts to use for TCP-clear connections. If the TCP connection to the first
specified host fails, the system attempts to connect to the next specified host, and so
on, up to host4. If all connection attempts fail, the session terminates and the Stinger
unit returns a TCP connection error to the dial-in client.
Location CONNECTION:tcp-clear-options
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host-address
host-address
Description Specifies the address to which the Stinger unit sends trap (notification)
protocol data units (PDUs).
Usage Specify an IP address in dotted decimal notation. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set host-address = 10.2.3.4/24
Dependencies Consider the following:
If host-address is set to 0.0.0.0 and the Domain Name System (DNS) or Yellow
Pages/Network Information System (YP/NIS) is supported, the Stinger unit looks
up the host address and sends trap PDUs.
If host-address is set to 0.0.0.0 and community-name is null, traps are disabled.
Location TRAP
host-key-length
Description RSA host key length.
Usage This field is read-only.
Example host-key-length = 0
Location SSH-SERVER-CONFIG
host-name
Description Specifies a hostname or a fully qualified domain name for a
hostname-address entry in the local Domain Name System (DNS) table.
Usage Specify a hostname or fully qualified domain name. A hostname must be
unique within the local DNS table, must start with an alphabetic character, and must
have fewer than 256 characters. Trailing periods are ignored in the comparison.
Example set host-name = mercury.abc.com
Dependencies Consider the following:
If the name does not include a domain name, and you have specified one or
more domain-name settings, the system appends the specified domain name when
looking up the hostname.
If auto-update is enabled and the corresponding ip-address value for a
host-name setting specifies the default zero address, successful DNS queries will
gradually build the local table.
Location IP-GLOBAL:dns-local-table:table-config[n]
TRAP
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host-port
host-port
Description Specifies the port to which traps are sent.
Usage Specify a number from 1 to 65535. The default is 162.
Example set host-port = 20
Location TRAP
hosts-info n
Description Not used.
Location EXT-TSRV
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I
I
icmp-reply-directed-bcast
Description Enables or disables responding as a host to directed-broadcast Internet
Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo requests.
If an attacker compromises another router on the same Ethernet network as the
Stinger unit, ICMP echo requests to the broadcast address might involve the router in
denial-of-service attacks. Change this parameter’s default setting to prevent the
Stinger unit from responding to directed-broadcast ICMP Echo Request packets sent
to the IP broadcast address.
Usage Specify yes or no. The default is yes.
yes—Responds to directed-broadcast ICMP echo requests.
no—Does not respond to directed-broadcast ICMP echo requests.
Example set icmp-reply-directed-bcast = no
Location IP-GLOBAL
icmp-type
Description The Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) message type to filter.
Usage Specify one of the following values:
any—Matches any ICMP message type. This is the default setting.
echo-request—RFC 792 Type 8, Echo request.
echo-reply—RFC 792 Type 0, Echo reply.
dest-unreachable—RFC 792 Type 3, Destination unreachable.
src-quench—RFC 792 Type 4, Source quench.
redirect—RFC 792 Type 5, Redirect.
router-advertisement—RFC 1256 Type 9, Router advertisement.
router-solicitation—RFC 1256 Type 10, Router solicitation. (‘Router selection’
in RFC 1256)
time-exceeded—RFC 792 Type 11, Time exceeded.
param-problem—RFC 792 Type 12, Parameter problem.
time-request—RFC 792 Type 13, Timestamp request.
time-reply—RFC 792 Type 14, Timestamp reply.
info-request—RFC 792 Type 15, Information request.
info-reply—RFC 792 Type 16, Information reply.
netmask-request—RFC 950 Type 17, Netmask request. (‘Address Mask Request’ in
RFC 950)
netmask-reply—RFC 950 Type 18, Netmask reply. (‘Address Mask Reply’ in RFC
950)
Example set icmp-type = info-reply
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id-auth-prefix
Location FILTER:output-filters[n]:ip-filter
FILTER:input-filters[n]:ip-filter
id-auth-prefix
Description Specifies the string inserted as a prefix to the telephone number
presented to the RADIUS server in caller-ID (CLID) or Dialed Number Information
Service (DNIS) authentication requests.
Usage Specify a string of up to 16 characters. The default is null.
Example set id-auth-prefix = test
Location EXTERNAL-AUTH:rad-auth-client
idle-cell-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the total number of idle cells received by the
Stinger unit.
Usage The idle-cell-counter value is read-only.
Example idle-cell-counter = 0
Location OC3-ATM-STAT
idle-logout
Description Specifies the number of seconds a Telnet session can remain logged in
with no keyboard activity.
Usage Specify a number of seconds. The default is 0 (zero), which specifies that the
station can remain logged in indefinitely.
Example set idle-logout = 60
Location SYSTEM
USER
idle-timer
Description Specifies a time limit as follows:
In the answer-defaults and connection profiles, specifies the number of seconds
the system waits before clearing a call when a session is inactive (when no
packets are being transmitted through the router to the WAN connection).
In the atmp profile, specifies the number of minutes that the Home Agent
maintains an idle tunnel before disconnecting it.
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idsl-bandwidth
Usage Specify a number from 0 to 65535. A setting a value of 0 (zero) disables the
idle timer, so that an idle call or tunnel is maintained indefinitely.
In the answer-defaults and connection profiles, the default setting is
120 seconds.
In the atmp profile, the default is 0 (zero) minutes.
Example set idle-timer = 30
Location ANSWER-DEFAULTS:session-info
ATMP
CONNECTION:session-options
idsl-bandwidth
Description Specifies the IDSL subscriber bandwith setting.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
idsl-128—IDSL line has 128Kbps available for subscriber data.
idsl-144—IDSL line has 144Kbps available for subscriber data.
Example idsl-bandwidth = idsl-128
Location IDSL:line-interface
idt-enable
Description Specifies whether the internal diagnostic test (IDT) feature is enabled
on a line.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
yes—Specifies that loopback testing is enabled on the line.
no—Specifies that loopback testing is not enabled on the line. This is the default.
Example set idt-enable = yes
Location LINE-DIAG
idt-error-counter
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of error messages received in an
internal diagnostic test (IDT).
Usage The valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 to 2147483647.
Example idt-error-counter = 300
Location LINE-DIAG-STAT
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idt-num-of-msg
idt-num-of-msg
Description Specifies the number of messages that the control module sends to the
line in an internal diagnostic test (IDT).
Usage Enter a number from 0 to 214784647. The default is 1000.
Example set idt-num-of-msg = 2000
Location LINE-DIAG
idt-operation-state
Description Specifies whether the internal diagnostic test (IDT) is active on the line.
Usage Valid values are as follows:
stopped—Specifies that the test is not active. This is the default.
active—Specifies that the line is undergoing the internal diagnostic test.
Example set idt-operation-state = active
Location LINE-DIAG-STAT
idt-recv-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of messages received by the control
module in an internal diagnostic test (IDT).
Usage Valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 to 2147483647.
Example idt-recv-count = 100
Location LINE-DIAG-STAT
idt-send-count
Description Read-only. Indicates the number of messages sent by the control
module in an internal diagnostic test (IDT)
Usage Valid range for this read-only parameter is from 0 to 2147483647.
Example idt-send-count = 100
Location LINE-DIAG-STAT
id-valid
Description Indicates whether the validation-id setting in the
remote-shelf-config profile matches the validation ID specified by the remote shelf’s
DIP-switch setting.
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if-adm-weight-abr
Usage This parameter is read-only. Valid values are as follows:
disabled—No validation was performed.
true—Validation was done, and the software validation ID setting matched the
DIP switch setting.
false—Validation was done, and the software validation ID setting did not match
the DIP switch setting.
Location REMOTE-SHELF-STAT:validation-status
if-adm-weight-abr
Description Specifies the administrative weight of a Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) for the available bit rate (ABR) service category.
Usage Administrative weight is a value used to specify preferential use of a link or
node for a specific service category—in this case, for the PNNI ABR category. It is one
of the elements of topology-state information exchanged among the nodes, along
with a dynamic assessment of available bandwidth, assigned metrics, and other
possible attribute values, all of which affect how the most efficient link is chosen at a
given time.
Enter a numeric value from 0 to 4294967295. The default value is 5040.
Example set if-adm-weight-abr = 5040
Location PNNI-IF-CONFIG
if-adm-weight-cbr
Description Specifies the administrative weight of a Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) for the constant bit rate (CBR) service category.
Usage Administrative weight is a value used to specify preferential use of a link or
node for a specific service category—in this case, for the PNNI CBR category. It is one
of the elements of topology state information exchanged among the nodes, along
with a dynamic assessment of available bandwidth, assigned metrics, and other
possible attribute values, all of which affect how the most efficient link is chosen at a
given time.
Enter a numeric value from 0 to 4294967295. The default value is 5040.
Example set if-adm-weight-cbr = 5040
Location PNNI-IF-CONFIG
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if-adm-weight-nrt-vbr
if-adm-weight-nrt-vbr
Description Specifies the administrative weight of a Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI) for the non-real-time variable bit rate (NRT-VBR) service category.
Usage Administrative weight is a value used to specify preferential use of a link or
node for a specific service category—in this case, for the PNNI VBR category. It is one
of the elements of topology state information exchanged among the nodes, along
with a dynamic assessment of available bandwidth, assigned metrics, and other
possible attribute values, all of which affect how the most efficient link is chosen at a
given time.
Enter a numeric value from 0 to 4294967295. The default value is 5040.
Example set if-adm-weight-nrt-vbr = 5040
Location PNNI-IF-CONFIG
if-adm-weight-rt-vbr
Description Pertains to the characterization of nodes in the Private
Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI). Specifies the administrative weight of this
interface for the real-time-variable bit rate (RT-VBR) service category.
Usage Administrative weight is a value used to specify preferential use of a link or
node for a specific service category. It is one of the elements of topology state
information exchanged among the nodes, along with a dynamic assessment of
available bandwidth, assigned metrics, and other possible attribute values, all of
which affect how the most efficient link is chosen at a given time.
Enter a numeric value from 0 to 4294967295. The default value is 5040.
Example set if-adm-weight-rt-vbr = 5040
Location PNNI-IF-CONFIG
if-adm-weight-ubr
Description Specifies the administrative weight of this interface for the unspecified
bit rate (UBR) service category.
Usage Administrative weight is a value used to specify preferential use of a link or
node for a specific service category, in this case for a Private Network-to-Network
Interface (PNNI). It is one of the elements of topology state information exchanged
among the nodes, along with a dynamic assessment of available bandwidth, assigned
metrics, and other possible attribute values, all of which affect how the most efficient
link is chosen at a given time.
Enter a numeric value from 0 to 4294967295. The default value is 5040.
Example set if-adm-weight-ubr = 5040
Location PNNI-IF-CONFIG
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if-aggr-token
if-aggr-token
Description Specifies the configured aggregation token for the associated
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) interface.
An aggregation token is used to determine which links to a given neighbor node are
to be aggregated and used as a single logical link.
Usage Enter a numeric value from 0 to 4294967295. The default value is 0.
Example set if-aggr-token = 0
Location PNNI-IF-CONFIG
if-auto-spare-info[n]
Description Read-only. Indicates the slot number of port n being monitored for
automatic port redundancy.
Usage A read-only array parameter having one entry for each port on the sparing
bus. The individual entry is a numeric value with a range of 0 to 4294967295. The
default value is 0, which indicates that the port is not monitored.
Example if-auto-spare-info[2] = 23
Location IF-SPARING-CONFIG
if-group-index
Description Read-only. Indicates the Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) interface group index assigned to the line.
Usage The if-group-index setting is read-only.
Example if-group-index = 0
Location AL-DMT-STAT:physical-status
HDSL2-STAT:physical-status
IDSL-STAT:physical-status
SDSL-STAT:physical-status
SHDSL-STAT:physical-status
if-index
Description Specifies the local interface over which the reachable address can be
reached.
Usage Specify a value. The default, 0 (zero), indicates an unknown interface or
reachability through a remote node.
Example
set if-index = 0
Location PNNI-ROUTE-ADDR
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if-ip
if-ip
Description Specifies the IP address of one of the control module IP interfaces.
Usage Specify an IP address. The default is 0.0.0.0.
Example set if-ip = 10.10.10.10
Dependencies Consider the following:
If no value is specified in the if-ip field of an enabled circuit-id or remote-id
subprofile, the Stinger uses the system address (ip-global:system-ip-addr) if
that value has been defined.
If you set the if-ip value in both the circuit-id and remote-id subprofiles, only
one interface IP address is needed.
Location IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:circuit-id
IP-GLOBAL:bootp-relay:relay-agent-information:remote-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping:circuit-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:dhcp-snooping:remote-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping:circuit-id
BRIDGE-GROUP:pppoe-snooping:remote-id
if-node-index
Description Specifies the Private Netwo