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Contents
INTRODUCTION
Module Information (check) ...................................10
Node PNNI Info (check) .........................................10
Port/Interface Status (check/change).....................10
Port Log Messages (check) ...................................10
Port Transmission Statistics (check)......................10
Port Address Info (check) ......................................10
Signaling/Timer Information (check) ......................11
SNMP Trap Address (check/change) ....................11
SSCOP Configuration (check/change) ..................11
TC Alarm/Event Info (check)..................................11
VLAN Information (check)......................................11
Well Known Address (check) .................................11
5
Purpose and Scope ........................................................5
Suggested Reading ........................................................5
Supported Devices..........................................................6
SmartSwitch 2500 .......................................................7
SmartSwitch 6A000 Module ........................................7
SmartSwitch 9A100 Module ........................................7
Model Types ...................................................................7
TASKS
9
AAL5 VCC Performance (check) .............................9
Alarm Information (check)........................................9
ATM Heap Memory Status (check)..........................9
ATM Segment/Reassem Stats (check)....................9
ATM Traffic Information (check)...............................9
ATM Traffic Parameters (create/modify)..................9
ATM Virtual Channel Info (check) ............................9
Auto Detect (enable/disable)....................................9
Cell Transmission Stats (check) ..............................9
Community Strings (authenticate)..........................10
DS3 PLCP Statistics (check) .................................10
Device Capacities/Thresholds (check)...................10
Frame Transmission Stats (check) ........................10
FTP Information (check) ........................................10
IISP Information (check) ........................................10
ILMI Status Information (check) .............................10
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PERFORMANCE VIEWS
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RoutingApp Performance View.....................................13
MIB-IIApp Performance View........................................13
SwitchingApp Performance View..................................13
DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW
14
Interface Icons ..............................................................14
Icon Subviews Menu.....................................................16
Interface Detail View .................................................17
Interface Status View ................................................18
Interface Configuration View .....................................18
Interface Address Translation Table View.................19
Secondary Address View ..........................................19
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Signaling Timer Table View................................... 41
Switch Application Information View ..................... 42
Log Table View...................................................... 43
SSCOP Configuration Table View......................... 44
IISP Table View ........................................................ 45
Signaling Views......................................................... 45
AutoDetect Table................................................... 46
UNI Versions Table ............................................... 46
Community Table .................................................. 46
ILMI Status Table .................................................. 47
VPI Table............................................................... 47
VCI Table .............................................................. 47
Type and Side Table ............................................. 47
Well Known Address Table ................................... 48
VCC Mask Table ................................................... 48
SNMP Trap Community Table .............................. 48
VLAN Views .............................................................. 49
LEC Data Direct Connection View ........................ 50
LEC Statistics View ............................................... 50
LEC Address Translation View.............................. 51
VLAN Traffic Descriptor View ................................ 51
LES Configuration View ........................................ 52
BUS Configuration View........................................ 52
Interface Threshold View...........................................19
APPLICATION VIEW
20
Routing Application .......................................................21
Protocol Comparison View ........................................21
PNNI Application (PNNI_App) ......................................22
Switch Application .........................................................22
Interface Views ..........................................................23
Interface Configuration Table View........................23
TC Sublayer Table View ........................................24
DS3 PLCP Table View...........................................25
Cross Connect Views ................................................25
VC Cross Connect Table View ..............................25
VP Cross Connect Table View...............................27
Links Views................................................................28
Virtual Channel Link View ......................................28
Virtual Path Link View ............................................29
Traffic Parameter Table View ....................................30
AAL5 VCC Table View ..............................................31
Switch/Heap Stats View ............................................32
Segmentation and Reassembly Statistics View ........32
Switch Views .............................................................34
Zeitnet System Information View ...........................35
Zeitnet System Extensions View............................36
Switch Configuration View .....................................37
Module View ..........................................................38
Port View................................................................38
Port Traffic View.....................................................39
Alarm View.............................................................40
Alarm Configuration View ......................................40
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Introduction
Introduction
This section identifies what you should understand about SPECTRUM and the devices before you use this
document.
The following topics are covered in this section:
• Purpose and Scope (Page 5)
You should use this document in conjunction
with the other SPECTRUM documentation
provided online at Cabletron’s Website.
• Suggested Reading (Page 5)
• Supported Devices (Page 6)
Suggested Reading
• Model Types (Page 7).
Before using this document, you must
understand SPECTRUM’s features, functions,
and navigation techniques as described in the
following documents:
Purpose and Scope
Use this document as a reference for SPECTRUM
management module SM-CSI1085, which
provides device management support for
Cabletron’s SmartSwitch 2500, 6A000 module,
and 9A100 module. It also supports the Zeitnet
ZX-250 switch, which is no longer in production
and has been replaced by the SmartSwitch 2500.
Note:
Note:
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Operators
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Administrators
• How to Manager Your Networks with
SPECTRUM
• SPECTRUM Views
This document supersedes the
management module guide referred to as
Zeitnet.
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• SPECTRUM Menus
• SPECTRUM Icons
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Introduction
Supported Devices
This document supports device management of
the following Cabletron devices.
• SmartSwitch 2500 (Page 7), which replaces
the Zeitnet ZX-250.
• SmartSwitch 6A000 Module (Page 7) is an
ATM switch module that operates within the
SmartSwitch 6000 chassis to give it cell
switching capabilities.
Supported Devices
In terms of signaling, all of the devices provide
UNI signaling, ATM Forum PNNI network routing,
and IISP compatible static routing (allowing them
to interoperate with legacy ATM switches that do
not support PNNI routing).
The devices support the MIBs listed below. (Refer
to your device documentation for the latest MIBs.)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• SmartSwitch 9A100 Module (Page 7) is an
ATM switch module that operates within the
SmartSwitch 9000 chassis to give it cell
switching capabilities.
Note:
Note:
For simplicity, the ZX-250, 2500, 6A000,
and 9A100 switches are referred to as
the “devices.”
Physically, the devices can accept one or more
optional Input/Output Modules (IOMs). The IOMs
provide different port and trunk interfaces
covering a variety of line rates and connector
types. The SmartSwitch 6A000 and 9A100 share
common IOMs. Although the SmartSwitch 2500
IOMs are of a different size, they provide the same
functionality as the IOMs for the 6A000 and
9A100 devices.
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ATM
ATM2
ATM TC
BUS
Zeitnet IISP
Zeitnet Switch
Zeitnet Common
Zeitnet IPATM
Zeitnet LE
Zeitnet Switch Trap
ATM Forum
ATM Forum Addr Reg
ATM Forum Srvc Reg
LANE/ELAN
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Introduction
Model Types
SmartSwitch 2500
SmartSwitch 9A100 Module
This 2.5 Gbps standalone ATM switch can include
a family of IOMs to provide a range of connectivity
options. This device is designed for LAN backbone
networks and workgroup and desktop
applications. Figure 1 illustrates a SmartSwitch
2500 chassis with four ZX-IOM-21-4 IOMs
installed. This provides the SmartSwitch 2500
with 16 MMF/SC, 155 Mbps, OC-3c/STM-1
ports.
This 2.5 Gbps ATM switch module installs in the
SmartSwitch 9000 chassis to provide features
comparible to the SmartSwitch 2500 switch. The
9A100 has four IOM slots, which can provide up
16 ports of OC3 connectivity.
Figure 1:
Model Types
ZX_250, SS2500, 6A000, and 9A100 are the
model types for the devices.
SmartSwitch 2500
Note:
Note:
CaBLeTROn
SYSTemS
C
ZX-10M-21-4
1
2
3
4
A
ZX-10M-21-4
1
2
3
4
NO SYNC
DATA
NO SYNC
DATA
SmartSWITCH 2500
D
ZX-10M-21-4
1
2
3
4
B
ZX-10M-21-4
1
2
3
4
Reset
NO SYNC
DATA
NO SYNC
DATA
Terminal
Fail Status
MON
DIAG
Power
Ethernet
Rx Data
Tx Data
SmartSwitch 6A000 Module
This 2.5 Gbps ATM switch module installs in the
SmartSwitch 6000 chassis to provide features
comparible to the SmartSwitch 2500 switch. The
6A000 can provide up to 15 ports at 155 Mbps
and three at 622 Mbps.
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The ZX_250 and SS2500 model types are
functionally the same. ZX_250 has been
maintained only for the convenience of
ZX-250 users. If a ZX-250 device is
modeled by IP or through discovery, the
SS2500 model type will be created by
default. ZX-250 users may create the
ZX_250 model type manually if desired.
Modeling results in the creation of Device icons
that represent the devices and their supported
applications. These icons contain double-click
zones and provide access to Icon Subviews menus
that let you access device management
information.
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Introduction
Model Types
Figure 2 shows an example of the Device icons
and Icon Subviews menus available for the
devices.
Figure 2:
Sample Device Icons
Model Name
SS2500
Model Name
SS2500
Note:
Note:
Close
Ctrl +c
Navigate
Zoom
Acknowledge
Flash Green Enabled
DevTop
Application
Model Information
SS Administrator
Icon Subview Menu
The ZX_250, SS2500, and 6A000 models
do not provide Interface or Chassis
Device views. Get interface data for these
models via the Interface icons in the
Device Topology view.
The Device icons for these models do
not provide access to Configuration
views. Obtain configuration data via the
Interface icons in the DevTop view or the
Application icons in the Application
view.
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Tasks
Tasks
This section provides an alphabetical list of references to information associated with device management and
troubleshooting tasks.
AAL5 VCC Performance (check)
• AAL5 VCC Table View (Page 31)
• Switch Application Information View (Page 42)
ATM Traffic Parameters (create/modify)
Alarm Information (check)
• Alarm View (Page 40)
• Alarm Configuration View (Page 40)
• Traffic Parameter Table View (Page 30)
ATM Virtual Channel Info (check)
• Interface Configuration Table View (Page 23)
ATM Heap Memory Status (check)
• Cross Connect Views (Page 25)
• Switch/Heap Stats View (Page 32)
• Links Views (Page 28)
• Signaling Views (Page 45)
ATM Segment/Reassem Stats (check)
• Segmentation and Reassembly Statistics View
(Page 32)
ATM Traffic Information (check)
• Port View (Page 38)
Auto Detect (enable/disable)
• AutoDetect Table (Page 46)
Cell Transmission Stats (check)
• SwitchingApp Performance View (Page 13)
• Port Traffic View (Page 39)
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Tasks
Community Strings (authenticate)
Module Information (check)
• Community Table (Page 46)
DS3 PLCP Statistics (check)
• Module View (Page 38)
Node PNNI Info (check)
• DS3 PLCP Table View (Page 25)
Device Capacities/Thresholds (check)
• PNNI Application (PNNI_App) (Page 22)
Port/Interface Status (check/change)
• Zeitnet System Information View (Page 35)
• Interface Icon in the DevTop View (Page 15)
• Zeitnet System Extensions View (Page 36)
• Interface Status View (Page 18)
• Interface Configuration View (Page 18)
Frame Transmission Stats (check)
• Interface Threshold View (Page 19)
• RoutingApp Performance View (Page 13)
• MIB-IIApp Performance View (Page 13)
Port Log Messages (check)
• Log Table View (Page 43)
FTP Information (check)
• Switch Configuration View (Page 37)
Port Transmission Statistics (check)
• Interface Detail View (Page 17)
IISP Information (check)
• IISP Table View (Page 45)
Port Address Info (check)
• Interface Address Translation Table View
(Page 19)
ILMI Status Information (check)
• ILMI Status Table (Page 47)
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• Secondary Address View (Page 19)
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Signaling/Timer Information (check)
• Signaling Timer Table View (Page 41)
• Signaling Views (Page 45)
SNMP Trap Address (check/change)
SNMP Trap Community Table (Page 48)
SSCOP Configuration (check/change)
• SSCOP Configuration Table View (Page 44)
TC Alarm/Event Info (check)
• TC Sublayer Table View (Page 24)
VLAN Information (check)
• VLAN Views (Page 49)
Well Known Address (check)
• Well Known Address Table (Page 48)
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Performance Views
Performance Views
This section describes the Performance views available for the devices.
These views display statistical information about
device and port operation. The basic layout and
function of the Performance views are the same
for all SPECTRUM model types. A sample
Performance view is shown in Figure 3. Refer to
SPECTRUM Views for a detailed description of
the view.
Figure 3:
Sample Performance View
Model Name of type ZX_250 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
* File
View
Help?
Net Addr
Model Name
Sys Up Time
Contact
Manufacturer
Description
Device Type
Location
Prime-App
The devices provide the following Performance
views:
Serial Number
NOW
Log
Average
Peak Value
100.0
10.00
1.00
• RoutingApp Performance View (Page 13)
• SwitchingApp Performance View (Page 13)
• MIB-IIApp Performance View (Page 13)
0.10
%Delivered
%Forwarded
%Transmit
0.01
0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0
0
0
%Error
%Discarded
Graph Properties
Scroll to Date-Time
Detail
The statistical attributes (frame rates, cell rates,
etc.) displayed by the Performance views depend
upon the model type and specific Performance
view displayed. The following paragraphs list the
statistical attributes displayed by each of these
views.
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Performance Views
RoutingApp Performance View
RoutingApp Performance View
Access this view from the RoutingApp Icon
Subviews menu by selecting Performance.
This view provides current and historical frame
transmission statistics for the routing interface.
Statistics are provided for the following attributes:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Frame Rate
% Delivered
% Forwarded
% Transmit
% Error
% Discarded
SwitchingApp Performance
View
Access this view from the SwitchingApp Icon
Subviews menu by selecting Performance.
This view provides current and historical cell
transmission statistics for the interface with the
ATM network. Statistics are provided for the
following attributes:
•
•
•
•
•
•
MIB-IIApp Performance View
In Load
In Cell Rate
Error Rate
Out Load
Out Cell Rate
% Discard
Access this view from the MIB-IIApp Icon
Subviews menu by selecting Performance.
This view provides current and historical frame
transmission statistics for the MIB-II interface.
Statistics are provided for the following attributes:
•
•
•
•
•
Frame Rate
% Received
% Transmitted
% Error
% Discarded
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Device Topology View
Device Topology View
This section describes the Device Topology view, which displays icons representing the device, its ports or
interfaces, and other connected devices and LANs.
Figure 4 shows a sample Device Topology view.
This view provides access to other views
(Performance, Application, etc.) from the large
Device icon and it lets you examine existing
connections and get operation and configuration
status information from the Interface icons.
Figure 4:
* File
View
Sample Device Topology View
Options
Help?
Model Name
ZX-10M-21-4
2
C 1 NO SYNC
DATA
3
4
ZX-10M-21-4
2
A 1 NO SYNC
DATA
3
4
SmartSWITCH 2500
ZX-10M-21-4
2
D 1 NO SYNC
DATA
CaBLeTROn
SYSTemS
3
4
ZX-10M-21-4
4 MON
2
3
B 1 NO SYNC
DIAG
DATA
Data
Reset Terminal
Fail
Status
Power
Ethernet Rx
Tx Data
ZX_250
This section covers the following topics:
• Interface Icons (Page 14)
• Icon Subviews Menu (Page 16)
Interface Icons
These icons represent the interfaces of the device.
They identify the type of interface or port and
provide status information. Figure 5 shows an
example of an Interface icon, its Icon Subviews
menu, and its labels and double-click zones.
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1
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ON
2
ON
3
ATM
A1
ATM
A2
ATM
A3
0:0:1D:F:FD:B6
0:0:1D:F:FD:B6
0:0:1D:F:FD:B6
0.0.0.0
1
0.0.0.0
1
0.0.0.0
1
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Device Topology View
The callouts (a) through (g) displayed in the
illustration identify the label and, if available, the
view to which it provides double-click access. For
example, the icon area referred to by callout (b)
displays the administrative status and provides
double-click access to the Interface Status view.
The menu displayed in the illustration is the Icon
Subviews menu for that Interface icon.
Interface Icons
Figure 5:
Icon Subviews Menu
Close
Ctrl +c
Navigate
Alarms
Performance
Notes...
Utilities
Detail
IF Status
IF Configuration
Model Information
IF Address Translation Table
Secondary Address
Thresholds
Interface Label
This label displays the interface (port) number.
Administrative Status Label
This label displays the status of this interface for
the primary application selected (Routing, MIB-II,
etc.). The possible states are ON (Green), OFF
(Blue), and Testing (Red). Double-click this label
to open the Interface Status View (Page 18).
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(b)
1
ON
ATM
qaa1
0:0:1D:F:FD:B6
(c)
(d)
(e)
0.0.0.0
1
(f)
(g)
(a) Interface Label
(b) Administrative Status Label/IF Status View
(c) Interface Type Label/IF Configuration View
(d) Description Label/Model Information View
Interface Type Label
This label displays the interface type. All of the
devices display Other as the interface type.
Double-click this label to open the Interface
Configuration View (Page 18).
Description Label
This label displays the type of port signaling. This
information is also displayed in the Description
field of the Model Information view. Double-click
this label to open the Model Information view
(described in SPECTRUM Views).
Interface Icon in the DevTop View
(e) MAC Address Label/IF Address Translation Table View
(f) Address Label/ Secondary Address Panel
(g) Gauge Label/ Performance View
MAC Address Label
This label displays the address of the device
interface. Double-click this label to open the
Interface Address Translation Table View (Page
19).
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Address Label
This label displays the address or mask. The
default is the address. Double-click this label to
open the Secondary Address View (Page 19).
To change this label’s display, do the following:
1
Double-click the label to open the Secondary
Address view.
2
Select the address you wish to display and
click OK.
Gauge Label
This label displays the performance statistic
determined by the Gauge Control Panel for this
interface. Double-click this label to open the
Performance view.
Icon Subviews Menu
Table 1:
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Menu Selection
Opens the...
Detail
Interface Detail View (Page 17).
IF Status
Interface Status View (Page 18).
IF Configuration
Interface Configuration View (Page 18).
Model
Information
Model Information view described in
SPECTRUM Views.
IF Address
Interface Address Translation Table
Translation Table View (Page 19).
Secondary
Address Panel
Secondary Address View (Page 19).
Thresholds
Interface Threshold View (Page 19).
Icon Subviews Menu
Table 1 lists the device-specific Interface icon
subviews menu selections. The following
paragraphs describe the views that are accessible
from the Icon Subviews menu and via doubleclick zones on the Interface icon (see Figure 5).
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Device Topology View
Icon Subviews Menu
Interface Detail View
Table 3:
This view provides color-coded pie charts that
display transmission statistics for the selected
interface. Three buttons at the bottom of each pie
chart select the way in which the data is
represented (Total, Delta, Accum). Another
button, Clear, works in conjunction with the
Accum button. For more information on pie
charts and the use of these buttons, refer to the
SPECTRUM Views. Table 2, Table 3, and Table 4
list the information provided by these pie charts.
Statistic
Definition
In Errors
The total number of ICMP messages that the
SNMP device received or attempted to
transmit containing errors.
Out Errors
The total number of ICMP messages that the
SNMP device did not transmit because of
errors.
Table 4:
Table 2:
Statistic
Delivered
Packet Breakdown
Definition
Packets delivered to a higher level protocol.
Transmitted Packets transmitted.
Errors
Packets received containing errors.
Discards
Packets discarded.
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Error Breakdown
Statistic
Discard Breakdown
Definition
Unknown
Unknown packet types received.
In No
Resource
Received packets discarded, even though no
errors were encountered to prevent their
continued processing. Such packets may
have been discarded to increase buffer
space.
Out No
Resource
Transmitted packets discarded, even
though no errors were encountered to
prevent their continued processing. Such
packets may have been discarded to
increase buffer space.
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Interface Status View
This view provides the following information for
the selected interface:
Operational Status
A read-only indicator displaying the current
operational state of the interface. The possible
states are ON, OFF, Testing, and Default.
Administrative Status
A drop-down menu button that lets you select the
operational state of the interface. The possible
states are ON, OFF, Testing, and Default.
Interface Configuration View
This view displays the following information for
the selected interface:
Icon Subviews Menu
Description
The description of the interface.
Network Name/Address
The network name and IP address of the
interface.
Physical Address
The physical (MAC) address of the port.
Bandwidth
The estimated bandwidth of the interface
measured in bits per second. For interfaces that
do not vary in bandwidth or for which no accurate
estimate can be made, a nominal bandwidth is
provided.
Packet Size
The size of the packets being transmitted or
received.
Operation Status
A read-only indicator that shows the current
operational state of the port (ON, OFF, Testing,
or Default).
Admin. Status
A drop-down menu button that lets you select the
operational state of the port (ON, OFF, or
Testing). This can be seen on the Administrative
Status Label.
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Device Topology View
Icon Subviews Menu
Interface Address Translation
Table View
Error Rate Threshold
The value you set to establish the point at which
an error alarm will be turned on and off.
This view displays the following information for
the selected interface:
% Discarded Threshold
The value you set to establish the point at which
an alarm will be turned on and off.
Interface Index
The value identifying the port.
Physical Address
The physical (MAC) address of the port.
Secondary Address View
This view displays the IP and mask addresses of
the interfaces.
Interface Threshold View
This view displays the following information for
the selected interface:
Load Threshold
The value you set to establish the point at which a
load alarm will be turned on and off.
Packet Rate Threshold
The value you set to establish the point at which a
packet transmission alarm will be turned on and
off.
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Application View
This section describes the Application view and the MIB information available from the device-specific
Application icons it contains.
Figure 6 shows a sample Applications view in the
Icon mode, which displays the applications as
icons. The List mode displays the applications as
text labels. To change the display mode, select
View > Mode > List or Icon.
Figure 6:
Model Name of type 6E132_25 of Landscape VNMHost:
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File View
Model
Contact
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Net Addr
Sys Up Time
Manufacturer
Description
The icons (and text labels) represent applications
supported by the device. These applications are
associated with the IP address used to model the
device in SPECTRUM. What applications are
available depends upon the device configuration.
Location
Device Type
Prime-App
Serial Number
Model Name
6E132_25
The following applications are common to all
SPECTRUM model types. Refer to the related
SPECTRUM application documentation.
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Sample Application View
GenRtrApp
IP2RtrApp
SNMP2_Agent
ICMP_App
System2_App
TCP2_App
UDP2_App
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Routing Application
Listed below are the applications described in this
document.
• Routing Application (Page 21) provides IP
routing traffic statistics.
• IP Routing Application provides access to IP
configuration information, transmission
routes tables, address tables, fragmentation
statistics, and reassembly statistics. Refer to
MIB-II Applications.
• PNNI Application (PNNI_App) (Page 22)
provides PNNI node configuration information
via the Node Configuration Table.
• Switch Application (Page 22) accesses views
covering interfaces, cross connects, links,
traffic parameters, AAL5 VCC performance,
device operational status, IISP routes,
signaling, and VLAN configuration.
Note:
Note:
Several of the views in this section
contain color-coded pie charts that
display statistics. Refer to SPECTRUM
Views for more information on pie
charts. Other views contain Sort, Find,
and Update buttons, which permit you to
update a table and quickly find
information.
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Routing Application
Table 5 describes the Icon Subviews selections for
this application.
Table 5:
Selection
Icon Subviews Menu Selections
Opens the...
Model
Information
Model Information view described in
SPECTRUM Views
Protocol
Comparison
Protocol Comparison view described
below
Protocol Comparison View
This view displays a breakdown of IP Routing
traffic statistics from each routing application
being monitored by the Routing Application
through the “Provides” relation. Statistics are
provided for Frames Forwarded, Frames
Delivered, and Frames Transmitted.
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PNNI Application (PNNI_App)
PNNI Application (PNNI_App)
Table 6:
This application provides access to the Node
Configuration Table, which provides the following
fields.
Index
The numerical sequence of the node.
Node Level
The PNNI level of the node.
Admin Status
The status of the node (Up or Down)
Selection
Interface
Switch Application
The model type name for this application is
SwitchingApp. Table 6 describes the Icon
Subviews and mouse Pop-up Navigator menu
selections for this application.
SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
Accesses the...
Three views that provide interface
configuration, TC sublayer, and DS3 PLCP
information. See Interface Views (Page
23).
Cross Connect Two views that provide virtual channel
and virtual path connection information.
See Cross Connect Views (Page 25).
Links
Two views that provide virtual channel
and virtual path link information. See
Links Views (Page 28).
Traffic
Parameter
Traffic Parameter Table View (Page 30),
which provides traffic parameter, quality
of service, and status information.
AAL5 VCC
Performance
AAL5 VCC Table View (Page 31), which
provides AAL5 VCC error, timeout, and
oversized Service Data Unit information.
Peer Group Identification
A unique number identifying the peer group.
Node Identification
A unique number identifying the node.
SwitchingApp Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Switch
Switch/Heap Stats View (Page 32), which
Memory/Heap provides memory size information.
Stats
SAR Stats
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Segmentation and Reassembly Statistics
View (Page 32), which provides statistics
concerning packet segmentation and
reassembly.
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Table 6:
CAC Stats
SwitchingApp Icon Subviews Menu
Selections (Continued)
Connection Admission Control (CAC)
Policy Statistics view, which is not
supported in this release. The view may
appear in a red box. It will provide carrier
access code information.
Switch
Two views of device configuration,
signaling, traffic, and alarms information.
See Switch Views (Page 34).
IISP Route
IISP Table View (Page 45), which provides
Image and Information Standards Policy
configuration and status information.
Signaling
VLAN
Ten views of auto detection, UNI versions,
SNMP community, ILMI, free VPIs and
VCIs, Well Known addressing, and VCC
mask information. See Signaling Views
(Page 45).
Six views related to LAN Emulation
Clients (LECs), LAN Emulation Servers
(LESs), traffic, and bus configuration. See
VLAN Views (Page 49).
Switch Application
Interface Views
Table 7 describes each of the views available via
the Interface selection on the Switching
Application Icon Subviews menu.
Table 7:
Interface Selections and Views
Menu Selection
Opens the ...
Configuration
Interface Configuration Table view
described below.
TC Sublayer
TC Sublayer Table View (Page 24).
DS3 PLCP
DS3 PLCP Table View (Page 25).
Interface Configuration Table View
This view contains a table listing the local
interface configuration parameters for each ATM
interface or port. This table provides the following
information:
Max VCCs
The maximum number of VCCs (PVC and SVC)
supported by this ATM interface.
Conf VPCs
The number of VPCs currently in use on this ATM
interface. This includes the number of PVCs and
SPVCs that are configured at the interface plus
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the number of SVCs that are currently
established at the interface.
Conf VCCs
The number of VCCs currently in use on this ATM
interface. This includes the number of PVCs and
SPVCs that are configured at the interface plus
the number of SVCs that are currently
established at the interface.
Switch Application
Admin Address
An address assigned for administrative purposes,
e.g., an address associated with the service
provider side of a public network UNI.
Neighbor Address
The IP address of the neighbor system connected
to the far end of this interface to which an NMS
can send SNMP messages.
Max VPI Bits
The maximum number of active VPI bits
configured for use at the ATM interface.
Neighbor If Name
The textual name of the interface of the neighbor
defined in the Neighbor Address field.
Max VCI Bits
The maximum number of active VCI bits
configured for use at the ATM interface.
TC Sublayer Table View
ILMI VPI
The VPI value of the VCC supporting the ILMI at
the ATM interface. If this value and the value of
ILMI VCI are both zero, then ILMI is not
supported on this interface.
ILMI VCI
The VCI value of the VCC supporting the ILMI at
the ATM interface. If this value and the value of
ILMI VPI are both zero, then ILMI is not
supported on this interface.
Address Type
The type of ATM address.
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This view provides TC sublayer alarm and event
information. The view contains the following
information:
IF Index
The interface number.
OCD Events
The number of times the Out of Cell Delineation
(OCD) events occur. An OCD event occurs when
seven consecutive ATM cells have Header Error
Control (HEC) violations. A high number of OCD
events may indicate a problem with the TC
sublayer.
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TC Alarm State
Indicates if there is an alarm present for the TC
sublayer. The Failure value indicates that a Loss
of Cell Delineation (LCD) failure state has been
declared for the TC sublayer. Transition from
Failure to No Alarm occurs when six consecutive
ATM cells are received with a valid HEC, followed
by about 10 seconds of acceptable working signal.
This view provides Physical Layer Convergence
Protocol (PLCP) statistics in the following fields.
Cross Connect Views
Table 8:
IF Index
The interface number.
Cross Connect Selections and Views
Menu Selection
SEFSs
The number of DS3 PLCP SEFSs (Severely
Errored Framing Seconds). Each SEFS represents
a one-second interval that contains one or more
severely errored frame events.
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UASs
The counter associated with the number of
“Unavailable Seconds” encountered by the PLCP.
Table 8 describes each of the views available via
the Cross Connect selection on the Switching
Application Icon Subviews menu.
DS3 PLCP Table View
Alarm State
Indicates whether the DS3 PLCP has received an
incoming alarm (yellow) signal. The value
IncomingLOF means that the DS3 PLCP has
declared a Loss of Frame (LOF) failure condition.
The value No Alarm means that there are no
alarms present. The transition from an LOF
failure to a no alarm state occurs when no defect
has been received for more than 10 seconds.
Opens the...
Virtual Channels
VC Cross Connect Table view
(described below).
Virtual Paths
VP Cross Connect Table View (Page
27).
VC Cross Connect Table View
This view provides a table of virtual channel
connection and configuration information. The
table provides the following information:
Index
The unique value to identify this VC crossconnect.
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flow is enabled or disabled on this VC crossconnect.
Low Index
The value equal to the If Index value of the ATM
interface for this VC cross-connect.
L2H Oper Status
Identifies the current operational status (Up or
Unknown) of the VC cross-connect in one
direction (i.e., from the low to high direction).
Low VPI
The value equal to the VPI value at the ATM
interface associated with the VC cross-connect
that is identified by Low Index.
H2L Oper Status
Identifies the current operational status of the VC
cross-connect in one direction (i.e., from the high
to low direction). The “Up”state indicates that this
ATM VC cross-connect from the high to low
direction is operational. The “Unknown” state
indicates that the state cannot be determined.
Low VCI
The value equal to the VCI value at the ATM
interface associated with this VC cross-connect
that is identified by Cross Connect Low If Index.
High Index
The value equal to the If Index value for the ATM
interface for this VC cross-connect.
L2H Last Change
The value of Sys Up Time (located in the Banner
area of the view) at the time this VC cross-connect
entered its current operational state in the low to
high direction. If the current state was entered
prior to the last re-initialization of the agent, the
value is zero.
High VPI
The value equal to the VPI value at the ATM
interface associated with the VC cross-connect
that is identified by Cross Connect High If Index.
High VCI
The value equal to the VCI value at the ATM
interface associated with the VC cross-connect
that is identified by Cross Connect High If Index.
Admin Status
Identifies the desired administrative status of this
bi-directional VC cross-connect. The “Up” and
“Down” states indicate respectively that the traffic
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H2L Last Change
The value of Sys Up Time at the time this VC
cross-connect entered its current operational
state in the high to low direction. If the current
state was entered prior to the last re-initialization
of the agent, the value is zero.
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Row Status
The status of this entry in the Cross Connect
Table. This is used to create new cross-connects
for cross-connecting VCLs that are created using
the VCL Table or to change and delete existing
cross-connects.
ATM interface identified in the same crossconnect entry.
VP Cross Connect Table View
Admin Status
Identifies the desired administrative status of this
bi-directional VP cross-connect. The “Up” state
indicates that the traffic flow is enabled on this
VP cross-connect.
This view provides a table of virtual paths
connection and configuration information. The
table provides the following information:
Index
The unique value to identify this VP crossconnect.
Low Index
The value equal to the If Index value of the ATM
interface for this VP cross-connect.
Low Vpi
The value equal to the VPI value at the ATM
interface associated with the VP cross-connect
that is identified by Low Index.
High Index
The value equal to the If Index value of the ATM
interface for this VP cross-connect. The term
“high” implies that this ATM interface has the
numerically higher If Index value than the other
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High Vpi
The value equal to the VPI value at the ATM
interface associated with the VP cross-connect
that is identified by High Index.
L2H Oper Status
Identifies the current operational status (Up or
Unknown) of the VP cross-connect in one
direction (i.e., from the low to high direction).
H2L Oper Status
Identifies the current operational status (Up or
Unknown) of the VP cross-connect in one
direction (i.e., from the high to low direction).
L2H Last Change
The value of Sys Up Time at the time this VP
cross-connect entered its current operational
state in the low to high direction. If the current
state was entered prior to the last re-initialization
of the agent, the value is zero.
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H2L Last Change
The value of Sys Up Time at the time this VP
cross-connect entered its current operational
state in the high to low direction. If the current
state was entered prior to the last re-initialization
of the agent, the value is zero.
Row Status
The status of this entry in the Cross Connect
Table. This is used to create cross-connects for
cross-connecting VPLs that are created using the
VPL Table or to change and delete existing crossconnects.
Links Views
Table 9 describes each of the views available via
the Links selection on the Switching Application
Icon Subviews menu.
Table 9:
Menu Selection
Links Selections and Views
Opens the...
Virtual Channels
Virtual Channel Link view described
below.
Virtual Paths
Virtual Path Link View (Page 29).
Virtual Channel Link View
This view provides a table of configuration
information for the Virtual Channel Links (VCLs).
The table provides the following information:
IF Index
The interface number
VPI
The VPI value of the VCL.
VCI
The VCI value of the VCL.
Admin Status
Implemented only for a VCL that terminates a
VCC (i.e., one that is not cross-connected to other
VCLs). Its value specifies the desired
administrative state of the VCL. The Up and
Down states indicate respectively that the traffic
flow is enabled or disabled for this VCL.
Oper Status
The current operational status of the VCL. The Up
and Down states indicate respectively that the
VCL is currently operational or not operational.
The Unknown state indicates that the status of
this VCL cannot be determined.
Last Change
The value of Sys Up Time at the time this VCL
entered its current operational state. If the
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current state was entered prior to the last reinitialization of the agent, the value is zero.
Transmit Size
The maximum size, in octets, that is supported in
the transmit direction.
Rcv Descr Index
Identifies the row in the ATM Traffic Descriptor
Table that applies to the receive direction of this
VCL.
Receive Size
The maximum size, in octets, that is supported in
the receive direction.
Xmit Descr Index
Identifies the row of the ATM Traffic Descriptor
Table that applies to the transmit direction of this
VCL.
Encaps Type
The type of data encapsulation used.
Cross Connect Id
Implemented only for a VCL that is crossconnected to other VCLs that belong to the same
VCC. All such VCLs have the same value, which is
reflected in the VC Cross Connect Table View
(Page 25).
This view provides a table of configuration
information for the virtual path links. The table
provides the following information:
Row Status
Used to create, delete, or modify a row in this
table. To create a new VCL, this object is initially
set to createAndWait or createAndGo.
VPI
The VPI value of the Virtual Path Link (VPL). Note
that a VPI value of zero is not used for a VPL not
associated with a VCL. The maximum VPI value
cannot exceed the value allowable by the
interface’s maximum VPI.
AAL Type
The AAL type as follows: Other = not defined; aal1
= AAL Type 1; aal34 = AAL Type 3/4;aal5 = AAL
Type 5; user defined = User Defined.
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IF Index
The interface number
Admin Status
Implemented only for a VPL that terminates a
VPC (i.e., one that is not cross-connected to other
VPLs). Its value specifies the desired
administrative state of the VPL. The Up and Down
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states indicate respectively that the traffic flow is
enabled or disabled for this VPL.
Oper Status
The current operational status of the VPL. The Up
and Down states indicate respectively that the
VPL is currently operational or not operational.
The “Unknown” state indicates that the status of
this VPL cannot be determined.
Last Change
The value of Sys Up Time at the time this VPL
entered its current operational state. If the
current state was entered prior to the last reinitialization of the agent, the value is zero.
Rcv Descr Index
Identifies the row in the Traffic Parameter Table
that applies to the receive direction of the VPL.
Xmit Descr Index
Identifies the row in the Traffic Parameter Table
that applies to the transmit direction of the VPL.
Cross Connect Id
Implemented only for a VPL that is crossconnected to other VPLs that belong to the same
VPC. All such VPLs have the same value, which is
reflected in the VP Cross Connect Table.
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Row Status
Used to create, delete, or modify a row in this
table. To create a new VCL, this object is initially
set to createAndWait or createAndGo.
Traffic Parameter Table View
This view is available via the Traffic Parameter
selection on the Switching Application Icon
Subview menu. The view allows you to create and
modify traffic parameters or descriptors. The
table provides the following information:
Index
Used by the Virtual Link Table (VPL or VCL Table)
to identify the row of this table.
Descr Type
The type of ATM traffic descriptor. The type may
indicate no traffic descriptor or a traffic descriptor
with one or more parameters. These parameters
are specified as a parameter vector in the
corresponding instances of Param 1, Param 2,
Param 3, Param 4, and Param 5.
Param 1
The first parameter of the ATM traffic descriptor
used according to the value of Descr Type.
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Param 2
The second parameter of the ATM traffic
descriptor used according to the value of Descr
Type.
Row Status
Used to specify the state of the row in this table.
The possible states are Active, Not in service,
Not ready, Create and go, Create and wait, and
Destroy.
Param 3
The third parameter of the ATM traffic descriptor
used according to the value of Descr Type.
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Param 4
The fourth parameter of the ATM traffic descriptor
used according to the value of Descr Type.
Param 5
The fifth parameter of the ATM traffic descriptor
used according to the value of Descr Type.
QoS Class
The Quality of Service class. Four QoS classes
have been specified in the ATM Forum UNI
Specification: Service Class A, Constant Bit Rate,
used for video and circuit emulation; Service
Class B, Variable Bit Rate, used for video and
audio; Service Class C, used for connectionoriented data transmission; and Service Class D,
used for connectionless data transmission. Four
QoS values (1, 2, 3, and 4) are specified for QoS
Classes A, B, C, and D, respectively. An
unspecified QoS (value 0) is used for “best-effort”
traffic.
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This view is available via the AAL5 VCC
Performance selection on the Switching
Application Icon Subviews menu. The view
displays the following AAL5 VCC performance
parameters:
If Index
The interface definition.
VPI
The VPI value of the AAL5 VCC at the interface
identified by If Index.
VCI
The VCI value of the AAL5 VCC at the interface
identified by If Index.
Errors
The number of AAL5 CPCS PDUs received with
CRC-32 errors on this AAL5 VCC at the interface
associated with an AAL5 entity.
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Time Outs
The number of partially reassembled AAL5 CPCS
PDUs that were discarded on this AAL5 VCC at
the interface associated with an AAL5 entity
because they were not fully reassembled within
the required time period. If the reassembly timer
is not supported, the value is zero.
Over Sized SDUs
The number of AAL5 CPCS PDUs discarded on
this AAL5 VCC at the interface associated with an
AAL5 entity because the AAL5 SDUs were too
large.
Switch/Heap Stats View
This view provides the following fields concerning
the Heap memory status.
Cell Memory Size
The total cell memory size in bytes.
Switch Application
Sar Control Mem Size
Size of the Segmentation and Reassembly control
memory in kilobytes.
Cpu Dram Mem Size
Size of the CPU Dram in megabytes.
Total Heap Size
Size of the total Heap memory configured.
Segmentation and Reassembly
Statistics View
This view provides Segmentation and Reassembly
(SAR) transmission and error statistics related to
the SAR driver in the following read-only fields.
Pkts Dropped
Total number of packets dropped.
Bytes Cmp
Number of bytes that completed transmission.
Common Dram Memory Size
The size of the Common Dram installed in
megabytes.
Pkts Cmp
Number of packets that completed transmission.
Free Heap Size
Percentage of free Heap memory.
Pkts Qd
Number of packets queued for transmission.
Used Heap Size
The size of the Heap in use.
Total Errors
Total number of errors received.
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T1 Errors
Total number of T1 errors received.
Fifo Over Runs
The number of first in first out overflows
incurred.
Rcr Int
Total number of times the Raw Cell Received
interrupt was received.
Channel Deactivations
Number of times the SAR driver received
deactivate indications from the SAR chip.
Rd Int
Number of times the receiver was deactivated.
PI Int
Number of times the physical layer chip generated
an interrupt, such as when a cable is pulled out.
User Aborts
Accumulated user aborts.
Crc Errors
Number of Cylic Redundancy Check errors.
Cpe Int
Number of times the control memory parity error
interrupt was received.
Sbe Int
Number of times a system bus error interrupt was
received.
Spe Int
Number of times the system parity error interrupt
was received.
Mm Int
Number of times the mailbox modified interrupt
was received, which means that a previous
transmit command was completed or new packets
have been received.
Isr Int
Number of interrupt service routine interrupts
received.
Spur Int
Number of spurious interrupts received.
Rcv Len Violations
Number of received length violations.
Rqa Int
Number of times the receive queue alert interrupt
was received.
Rqu Int
Number of times the receive queue underrun
interrupt was received.
Max Len Violations
Number of maximum length violations.
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Buffer Under Flow
Remaining capacity of the buffer.
Raw Cells
Total raw cells received.
Switch Application
Switch Views
Table 10 lists the views available via the Switch
selection on the Switching Application Icon
Subviews menu.
Rcv Bytes
Total bytes received.
Rcv Pkts
Total packets received.
Note:
Note:
The fields contained in most of these
views provide double-click access to a
Detail view that summarizes the data
associated with the field. Some Detail
views permit you to change parameters
associated with the view.
Table 10:
Selection
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Switch Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Opens the...
Zeitnet Sys.
Information
Zeitnet System Information View (Page
35)
Zeitnet Sys.
Extensions
Zeitnet System Extensions View (Page
36)
Configuration
Switch Configuration View (Page 37)
Module
Module View (Page 38)
Port
Port View (Page 38)
Traffic
Configuration
Port Traffic View (Page 39)
Alarm
Alarm View (Page 40)
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Selections (Continued)
Common DRAM Size
The size of the common DRAM, in megabytes.
Selection
Total Heap Memory
The size of the total heap memory configured.
Alarm
Configuration
Signaling Timer
SAR
Log
SSCOP
Configuration
Opens the...
Alarm Configuration View (Page 40)
Signaling Timer Table View (Page 41)
Switch Application Information View
(Page 42)
Log Table View (Page 43)
SSCOP Configuration Table View (Page
44)
Zeitnet System Information View
This view provides device configuration
information and contains buttons that allow you
to change the Flush UNI routes, ports, and
status; Flush PVC ports and status; and LES
status.
The view provides the following information:
Software Type
The current software type; either PVC, SVC, or
Server.
Flush UNI Routes
Clears all UNI routes on a particular port or all
ports so configured.
CPU Speed
The CPU speed (MHz) of the switch board.
SAR Control Size
The size of the Segmentation and Reassembly
(SAR) control memory.
Cell Memory Size
The current cell memory size setting.
Free Heap Memory
The percentage of free heap memory.
Sys Software Version
The current software version of the device.
Flush PVC
Clears all PVCs created on a particular port or all
ports so configured.
Mib Version
The current MIB version.
CPU DRAM Size
The size of the CPU DRAM, in megabytes.
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Used Heap Memory
The size of the heap memory in use.
LES Status
Activates or halts the LES.
Power Supply 1 Status
The status of power supply 1.
Power Supply 2 Status
The status of power supply 2 (only for the ZX250r).
Zeitnet System Extensions View
This view provides board, queue threshold, and
address information and lets you change the
administrative, management, and operational
status for the switch.
The following fields are provided:
CPU Board Revision
The current CPU board revision of the device.
CPU Model
The CPU model type of the device.
Secondary Flash Type
The condition of the secondary flash; either
asynchronous or synchronous.
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Number of Switch Boards
The number of switch boards currently installed
on the device.
Switch Admin Status
Setting this field to “Down” causes the device to
reboot safely.
Switch Oper Status
Specifies whether the device is operational.
Queue Threshold 1
The value programmed into Queue Threshold
Register 2, which is used to trigger Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication (EFCI) cell
marking in the device for priority Queue 2.
Queue Threshold 2
The value programmed into Queue Threshold
Register 3, which is used to trigger Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication (EFCI) cell
marking in the device for priority Queue 3.
Queue Threshold 3
The value programmed into Queue Threshold
Register 4, which is used to trigger Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication (EFCI) cell
marking in the device for priority Queue 4.
Queue Threshold 4
The value programmed into Queue Threshold
Register 1, which is used to trigger Explicit
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Forward Congestion Indication (EFCI) cell
marking in the device for priority Queue 1.
GW NMS IP Address
The IP address of the gateway of the LEC on the
device connected to the NMS.
Low End Threshold
The value programmed into the Watermark 1
Register, which is used to trigger low EPD (Early
Packet Discard), EFCI, and backward resource
management cell marking.
Mgmt Status
Indicates whether the device forwards traps to the
NMS. 1 means forwarded and 2 means not
forwarded.
High End Threshold
The value programmed into the Watermark 2
Register, which is used to trigger low EPD.
NMS IP Address
The IP address of the first NMS that is performing
AutoDiscovery.
Switch Discard Threshold
The value programmed as the threshold beyond
which cells will be dropped due to the memory
buffer being full.
Hardware Version
The current version number of the device.
GW NMS ATM Address
The ATM address of the gateway NMS LEC.
Set Lock
Allows one Network Management System (NMS) to
set this field to its own IP address, thereby locking
out any other NMS from having write access to
the device. The lock is released after five minutes.
Any other NMS will have write access to the
device when this field is set to zero.
Switch Set Lock Time
The time that is set when the NMS locks the
device so that no other NMS has write access to
the device. To continue to hold the lock, the NMS
must reset before this value increments to the five
minute limit.
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Software Binary Image Size
The size of the software binary image, in bytes.
Switch Configuration View
This view provides the following configuration file
information:
Ftp Server
The IP address of the FTP server where
configuration files are stored.
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Ftp Directory
The full path name of the directory where
configuration files are stored.
Ftp Action
Initiates a backup or restoration of data from the
repository in flash memory on the device. A value
of 1 initiates a backup of all configuration data to
the TFTP server, whereas a value of 2 initiates a
restore of data.
Status
Shows the status of the last completed
configuration data transaction.
Module View
This view shows the number and status of the
modules in the following fields.
Num. of Modules
The number of modules currently installed on the
device.
Index
The slot number of the module.
State
The state of the module identified by the index.
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Port View
This view provides cell transmission information
for each port in the following fields.
Num. of Ports
The number of ports on the device.
Port Number
The ATM port number.
Type
The type of port (UTP, fiber, single mode, etc.)
Epds
The total number of cells dropped on the port.
OAM Cells
The total number of operation and maintenance
cells received on the port.
RM Cells
The total number of RM cells received on the port.
Invalid VCs
The total number of cells received on the port that
had an invalid virtual channel number in the
header.
Dropped Clp 1s
The number of cells with the Cell Loss Priority
(CLP) bit set to 1 (and thus were dropped due to
congestion).
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Rcvd Clp 1s
The number of cells with the Cell Loss Priority
(CLP) bit set to 1 that were received by the port.
Max Q2 Counter
The number of cells received for priority queue 2
on the port after which the device will drop cells.
Admin Status
The state of the port (“Up” or “Down”).
Max Q3 Counter
The number of cells received for priority queue 3
on the port after which the device will drop cells.
Port Traffic View
This view provides a table of traffic information in
the following fields.
Min Q1 Counter
The number of cells reserved by the device in cell
buffer memory for priority queue 1 on the port.
Min Q2 Counter
The number of cells reserved by the device in cell
buffer memory for priority queue 2 on the port.
Min Q3 Counter
The number of cells reserved by the device in cell
buffer memory for priority queue 3 on the port.
Min Q4 Counter
The number of cells reserved by the device in cell
buffer memory for priority queue 4 on the port.
Max Q1 Counter
The number of cells received for priority queue 1
on the port after which the device will drop cells.
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Max Q4 Counter
The number of cells received for priority queue 4
on the port after which the device will drop cells.
Port CAC
The Connection Admission Control (CAC) policy
for the port. The values are: Conservative, Liberal,
and Moderate.
CAC Avail. BW
The bandwidth available, in kilobytes.
CAC Total Alloc. BW
The total bandwidth allocated, in kilobytes.
CAC Cbr Alloc. BW
The Constant Bit Rate (CBR) bandwidth allocated,
in kilobytes.
CAC RtVbr Alloc. BW
The Real Time Variable Bit Rate (RT-VBR)
bandwidth allocated, in kilobytes.
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CAC NrtVbr Alloc. BW
The Non Real Time Variable Bit Rate (NRT-VBR)
bandwidth allocated, in kilobytes.
CAC Ubr Alloc. Bw
The Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR) bandwidth
allocated, in kilobytes.
Alarm View
This view provides alarm message information as
follows:
Index
The alarm message index identification.
Message
The alarm message identification.
Module Name
The module name of the alarm message
originator.
Sub Module Name
The name of the submodule where the alarm
message originated.
Time
The time the alarm message occurred.
Sequence Number
The sequence number of the alarm message.
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Severity
The alarm message severity.
Status
Validates or clears the alarm.
Alarm Configuration View
This view lists the location and number of alarm
files. The view provides the following information:
Index
The alarm message index identification.
Directory
The name of the alarm directory where all alarm
files are stored in flash memory.
File
The name of the alarm configuration file where all
configuration information about alarms is stored.
Alarm File
The name of the file that actually stores the file.
Total Alarm Files
The total number of alarm files.
Starting File Num
The starting alarm file number.
Files Used
The number of alarm files being used.
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Logs Per File
The number of logged lines per alarm file.
316 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to a RESTART request using the
T316 timer.
Signaling Timer Table View
This view contains two tables: the Signaling Timer
Table and the Signaling Retries Table.
Signaling Timer Table
The Signaling Timer Table provides the following
information:
308 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to a RELEASE request using the
T308 timer.
309 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to an SAAL RECONNECT request
using the T309 timer.
310 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to a CONNECT/RELEASE after
receiving an incoming CALL PROCEEDING
indication using the T310 timer.
313 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a CONNECT RESPONSE to a CONNECT
REQUEST using the T313 timer.
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317 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to a RESTART request using the
T317 timer.
322 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to a STATUS request using the
T322 timer.
398Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to a DROP PARTY request using
the T398 timer.
399 Timeout
The time, in seconds, the signaling entity will wait
for a response to an ADD PARTY request using
the T399 timer.
400Timeout
Starts a timer when the User Side Signaling entity
sends a UserSetupInd message to an appropriate
user. It expects the user side to respond with a
CallClearReq or a ConnectReq message before
this timer expires. Otherwise, the call is released
and the associated resources are released.
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401Timeout
Starts the 401 timer and Add Party Indication,
which is sent to the upper layer protocols.
Signaling Retries Table
This table contains 11 columns of “Retries” data
corresponding to the 11 columns of Timeout data
contained in the Signaling Timer Table (described
above). Each field provides the number of retries
for the corresponding Timer.
Switch Application Information View
This view provides the following quantitative data
about cell and packet transmission and receive
errors.
Rcv Packets
The total packets received.
Rcv Bytes
The total bytes received.
Raw Cells
The total raw cells received.
Crc Errors
The current total number of Cyclic Redundancy
Check errors.
User Aborts
The accumulated user aborts.
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Rcv T1 Errors
The accumulated T1 errors received.
Tx Packets
The number of packets that completed
transmission.
Tx Packets Queued
The number of packets queued for transmission.
Tx Bytes
The total number of bytes that completed
transmission.
Tx Packets Dropped
The number of packets dropped.
Buffer Underflow
The buffer underflow.
Fifo Overflow
The first-in/first-out overflow.
Max Length Violations
The number of maximum length violations.
Rcv Length Violations
The number of length violations received.
Rcv Channel Deactivations
The number of times the Segmentation and
Reassembly (SAR) driver received deactivate
indications from the SAR chip. These
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deactivations are received when a virtual circuit
channel is about to be closed.
Rcv SBE Int
The number of times a system bus error occurred.
Spur Int
The number of spurious interrupts received.
Rcv SPE Int
The number of times a system parity error
interrupt was received.
Total Errors
The total number of errors received.
Rcv ISR Int
The total number of Interrupt Service Routine
interrupts received.
Rcv RQU Int
The number of times the receive queue ran out of
buffers.
Rcv RQA Int
The number of times the Receive Queue Alert
interrupt was received, indicating that the receive
queue is running low on buffers.
Rcv MM Int
The number of times the Mailbox Modified
interrupt was received, indicating that a previous
transmit command completed or new packets
were received.
Rcv MF Int
The number of times the transmit or receive
mailbox became full due to insufficient driver
processing speed.
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Rcv CPE Int
The number of times a control memory parity
error interrupt was received.
Rcv PI Int
The number of times the physical layer chip
generated an interrupt, such as when a cable is
pulled out or inserted.
Rcv RD Int
The number of times the receiver was deactivated.
Rcv RCR Int
The number of times the Raw Cell Received
interrupt was received.
Log Table View
This view provides a table of the log messages
that have occurred on each port. It also provides
the module and submodule name of the message
originator and the time that each log message
occurred. The vertical scroll bar located in the
center of the table allows you to view all of the
messages. The number within parentheses beside
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each message helps you identify the index
number and its associated port.
SSCOP Configuration Table View
This table is used to view or modify the Service
Specific Connection-Oriented Protocol (SSCOP)
configuration. You can reset any field in this
table. Double-click the field to access the Detail
view. In the Detail view, click the field to position
the cursor, and type the new value.
This table contains the following information:
Port Number
The SSCOP port number.
Max PD
The SSCOP maximum acceptable values for
Virtual Tributary VT (PD) before sending a poll
PDU and resetting VT (PD) to zero.
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Timer Keep Alive
Allows you to configure the SSCOP polling timer
Keep-Alive value, in milliseconds.
Timer No Response
Allows you to set the timing interval for the
SSCOP polling timer No-Response value, in
milliseconds.
Timer CC
Allows you to set the SSCOP CC timer value, in
milliseconds.
Tx Window Size
Allows you to set the SSCOP transmit window
size.
Rcv Window Size
Allows you to set the SSCOP receive window size.
Max CC
The maximum value for the state variable VT
(CC), corresponding to the maximum number of
transmissions of a BGN, END, or RS PDU.
Timer Poll
Allows you to configure the polling interval for the
SSCOP polling timer, in milliseconds.
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IISP Table View
Signaling Views
This view is available via the IISP Route selection
on the Switching Application Icon Subviews
menu. The view includes a table of Interim InterSwitch Signaling Protocol (IISP) information. This
view contains the following information:
Table 11 describes each of the views available via
the Signaling selection on the Switching
Application Icon Subviews menu.
Table 11:
Index
A unique identifier for the entry in the table.
Address
The ATM address prefix.
Length
The length of the route address, in bits.
Port Number
The interface index of the outgoing link.
Weight
The weight value associated with this route.
Menu
Selection
AutoDetect
Opens the ...
AutoDetect Table (Page 46), which is used to
enable and disable the auto detect feature
on ports.
Uni Versions UNI Versions Table (Page 46), which lists the
supported UNI signaling versions for a port.
SNMP
Community
Community Table (Page 46), which lists the
community strings and is used for
community authentication.
ILMI Status
ILMI Status Table (Page 47), which provides
status information for a particular Interim
Local Management Interface (ILMI) link.
Free VPI
VPI Table (Page 47), which contains the
information about the first free VPI for each
interface.
Free VCI
VCI Table (Page 47), which contains the
information about the first free VCI, and
contains entries for each of the VPI values
associated with an interface.
Route State
Valid creates a new entry; Invalid deletes one.
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Signaling Icon Subviews Menu
(Continued)
Menu
Selection
Opens the ...
Type and
Side
Type and Side Table (Page 47), which is
used to set the default signal type and side
user role (either network or user) table for a
port.
Well Known
Address
Well Known Address Table (Page 48), which
is used to add and delete the mapping of
Well Known addresses to the registered
addresses.
Vcc Mask
VCC Mask Table (Page 48), which is used to
add, modify, and delete the Virtual Channel
Connection masks.
SNMP Trap
Community
SNMP Trap Community Table (Page 48),
which contains the SNMP trap community
string used by the SNMP agent to send trap
messages.
AutoDetect Table
Use this table to enable and disable the Auto
Detect features on particular ports. This table
contains the following information:
AutoDetect
Indicates whether the auto detect feature is
enabled or disabled. Enabling allows the port to
recognize the various versions of UNI signaling.
UNI Versions Table
This table lists the supported UNI signaling
versions for the ports. This table contains the
following information:
Port Number
Identifies the port number.
UNI Version
Defines the UNI signaling version used by the
port.
Community Table
This table allows you to authenticate the SNMP
community strings. It shows each SNMP
community entry with the IP address of the SNMP
manager and the privilege associated with that
community. This table contains the following
information:
Name
Identifies the specific SNMP community’s name.
Port Number
Identifies the port number where the Auto Detect
feature is enabled or disabled.
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VPI Table
Ip Address
Identifies the specific SNMP community’s IP
address.
This table provides the following information
about the first free VPI for each interface.
Privilege
Identifies the specific SNMP community’s
privilege.
Port Number
Identifies the port number.
VPI Value
Identifies the VPI value, which is zero when there
are no VPI bits.
Row Status
Used to create a new row or modify or delete an
existing row in the table. Use the Row Status
Procedure provided below the table to create and
remove community strings.
VCI Table
This table provides the following information
about the first free VCI for each interface.
ILMI Status Table
This table provides the following status
information for a particular Interim Local
Management Interface (ILMI) link.
Port Number
Identifies the port number.
VCI VPI
Identifies the free VCI’s VPI.
Port Number
Identifies the ILMI port.
Oper Status
Indicates whether the ILMI link is “Up” or “Down.”
Admin Status
Used to set the ILMI link status to “Up” or
“Down.” Double-click a link to access the Detail
view. Use the Admin Status button on the Detail
view to change the status.
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VCI Value
Identifies the VCI value, which is zero when there
are no VCI bits
Type and Side Table
Use this table to set the default Signal Type and
Side user role (either network or user) for a port.
This table contains the following information:
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Port Number
Identifies the port number.
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VCC Mask Table
Type
The default signaling type for the port.
Use this table to modify VCC masks. (Currently,
masks cannot be added or deleted.) This table
contains the following information:
Side
The default signaling side for the port.
Index
The index of the VCC mask table.
Well Known Address Table
VPI Mask
The VPI portion of the VCC mask.
Use this table to add and delete the mapping of
Well Known addresses to the registered address.
This table contains the following information:
VCI Mask
The VCI portion of the VCC mask.
Well Known Address
The Well Known address.
SNMP Trap Community Table
Registered Address
The registered address corresponding to the Well
Known address.
Type
The type (either “Static” or “Dynamic”) of the Well
Known address. The default is Static.
ID
The identifier of the Well Known address.
Row Status
The row status. Use the Detail view and Row
Status Procedure provided in the view to create
and remove addresses.
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This table contains the community string used by
the SNMP agent to send trap messages. The table
provides the following:
Index
The index of the table.
Name
The name of the SNMP community where the trap
is sent.
IP Address
The IP address of the SNMP community where the
trap is sent.
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Row Status
The row status. Use the Detail view and Row
Status Procedure provided in the view to create
and remove addresses.
Switch Application
VLAN Views
Table 12 describes each of the views available via
the VLAN selection on the Switching Application
Icon Subviews menu.
Table 12:
Menu Selection
VLAN Menu Selections
Opens the ...
LEC Data Direct
LEC Data Direct Connection View
(Page 50), which is used to create a
PVC connection to a particular
destination.
LEC Statistics
LEC Statistics View (Page 50), which is
a table of LAN Emulation Client (LEC)
statistics.
LEC Address
Translation
LEC Address Translation View (Page
51), which provides a table of LEC
configuration information.
Traffic Descriptor VLAN Traffic Descriptor View (Page
51), which provides a table that lists
the user-configured traffic descriptors
for each VLAN.
LES Configuration LES Configuration View (Page 52),
which provides a table of LAN
Emulation Server configuration
information.
BUS
Configuration
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BUS Configuration View (Page 52),
which provides a table that lists the
BUSs paired with the LESs found in
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LEC Data Direct Connection View
LEC Statistics View
This view provides a table that is used to create a
PVC connection to a particular destination by
creating an entry in this table for the destination
MAC address. This view contains the following
information:
This view provides the following LAN Emulation
Client (LEC) statistics.
MAC Address
The destination MAC address for the data direct
connection.
ATM Address
The destination ATM address for the data direct
connection
Port
The port number where the data direct
connection originates.
VPI
The Virtual Path Identifier for the data direct
virtual channel.
Last Change
The time when the interface entered its current
operational state.
In Octets
The total number of octets received on the
interface, including framing characters.
In Ucast Packets
The number of subnetwork unicast packets
delivered to a higher layer protocol.
In Discards
The number of inbound packets that were
discarded even though no errors were detected
(which prevents delivery to a higher layer
protocol).
VCI
The Virtual Channel Identifier for the data direct
virtual channel.
In Errors
The number of inbound packets containing errors
that prevented them from being delivered to a
higher layer protocol.
Row Status
The row status. Use the Detail view and Row
Status Procedure provided in the view to create
and remove PVCs.
In Unknown Pro
The number of packets received via the interface
that were discarded because of an unknown or
unsupported protocol.
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In Mcast Packets
The number of multicast packets received via this
interface.
Out Bcast Packets
The number of broadcast packets transmitted via
the interface.
In Bcast Packets
The number of broadcast packets received via the
interface.
LEC Address Translation View
This view provides the following LAN Emulation
Client configuration information.
Out Octets
The total number of octets transmitted from this
interface, including framing characters.
IP Address
The IP address of the client.
Out Ucast Packets
The total number of packets that higher layer
protocols have requested for transmission to a
subnetwork unicast address, including those that
were discarded or not sent.
Out Discards
The number of outbound packets that were
discarded(even though no errors were detected
(which prevents transmission).
Out Errors
The number of outbound packets that could not
be transmitted because of errors.
Out Mcast Packets
The number of multicast packets transmitted via
the interface.
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Subnet Mask
The subnet mask of the client.
Vlan Port
The port/link number where this instance of a
Virtual LAN (VLAN) is to be created. This always
refers to the CPU port in the case of ATM
switches.
Admin Status
The desired state of the client. Change the state
by double-clicking a field to access the Detail view
and typing the new status (Up or Down). The
default is Down.
VLAN Traffic Descriptor View
This view provides a table that lists the userconfigured traffic descriptors for each VLAN.
Default descriptors apply for all VLANs not
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appearing in this table. This view contains the
following information:
Index
The descriptor index.
Peak Rate
The peak cell rate through the VLAN.
Average Rate
The average cell rate through the VLAN.
Max Burst
The maximum burst rate through the VLAN.
LES Configuration View
This view provides the following LAN Emulation
Server (LES) configuration information.
Connection Method
The connection method of the LES, which can be
either PVC or SVC.
Distribute Method
The distribution method of the LES.
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BUS Configuration View
This view provides a table that lists Broadcast
and Unknown Server (BUS) configuration
information. This view contains the following
information:
Connection Method
The connection method of the BUS.
Max Frame Size
The maximum size of a data frame, as defined by
the ATM Adaptation Layer (AAL5) Service Data
Unit, that the LAN emulation service can
guarantee to transmit without dropping the frame
because it is too large.
Lan Type
The type of ATM emulated LAN for which this LES
is providing service.
Multipoint
Indicates whether the BUS is set for multipoint
connection.
Multipoint
Indicates whether the LES is set for multipoint
connections or not.
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Model Information View
This section describes the Model Information view.
This view displays administrative information
about the device and its applications and lets you
set thresholds and alarm severity for the device.
Figure 7:
Sample Model Information View
Model Name of type 6E132_25 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
* File
Figure 7 shows a sample Model Information view.
The layout of this view is the same for all model
types but some information will vary depending
on the model it defines. Refer to SPECTRUM
Views for a description of this view.
View
Help?
Model Information View
Net Addr
Model Name
Contact
Sys Up Time
Manufacturer
Description
Device Type
Location
Prime-App
General Information
Serial Number
Communication Information
MM Name
DCM TimeOut
MM Part Number
DCM Retry
MM Version Number
Community Name
Model Type
Mgmnt Protocol
Model Creation Time
Model Created By
Model State
Security String
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Poll Interval
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Index
A
B
AAL 29
AAL5 VCC 31
Address
ATM 37
Gateway 37
Label 16
MAC 15
Neighbor 24
NMS 37
Physical 18
Registered 48
Translation 19
Well Known 48
Admin Status 26, 27, 28, 29
Administrative Status 18
Alarm
Configuration View 40
State 25
View 40
Alarm Discard Threshold 19
ATM Traffic 30
Auto Detect Features 46
Bandwidth
Interface 18
Binary Image Size 37
Board Information 36
Buffer Memory 39
BUS (Broadcast & Unknown
Server) 52
Connection Admission Control
(CAC) 39
CPU 36
DRAM 35
CRC Errors 42
Cross Connect Id 29, 30
Cross Connect Views 25
D
C
CAC 39
Call Proceeding 41
Cell
Information 38
Transmission 42
Transmission Statistics 13
Channel Links 28
Channels 25, 28
Common DRAM 35
Community Names 46
Configuration 23
Broadcast & Unknown Server 52
File 37
Interface 18, 23
LES 52
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Descr Type 30
DevTop View 14
Discards 17
Documentation 5
DRAM 35
DS3 PLCP 23
E
Encapsulation 29
Error Rate Threshold 19
Errors 31
CRC 42
Packets 17
Receive 42
Transmission 42
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F
Frames
Delivered 21
Forwarded 21
Transmitted 21
FTP Server 37
G
Gateway Address 37
H
H2L Last Change 26, 28
H2L Oper Status 26, 27
Hardware 6
Heap Memory 32, 35
High Index 26, 27
High VCI 26
High VPI 26, 27
I
IF Index 24, 25, 28, 29, 31
IISP 45
ILMI 47
ILMI VCI 24
ILMI VPI 24
Index
Index 25, 27, 30
Interface 23
Description 18
Index 19
Label 15
Status of 15, 18
Type 15
Interface Icon, Device View
Administrative Status 15
Illustration 15
Interface Number label 15
Interface Type Label 15
Interrupts 43
IP Routing
Traffic Statistics 21
L
L2H Last Change 26, 27
L2H Oper Status 26, 27
LAN Type 52
Last Change 28, 30
LEC
Address Translation 51
Data Direct 50
Statistics 50
LES 35
Configuration 52
Links Views 28
Load Alarm Threshold 19
Log Messages 43
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Loss of Cell Delineation 25
Loss of Frame 25
Low Index 26, 27
Low VCI 26
Low VPI 26, 27
M
MAC Address Label 15
Management Tasks 9
MIB Version 35
MIBs 6
Model
Information 53
Types of 7
Module Information 38
Multipoint 52
N
Neighbor Address 24
Network Management System
Address 37
Lockout 37
O
OCD Events 24
Operational Status 18, 28, 30
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P
Packet Size 18
Packet Threshold 19
Packet Transmission 42
Param 30
Path Links 29
Paths 25, 28
Performance Statistics 12, 16
PNNI Node 22
Port
CAC 39
Configuration 23
Information 38
Traffic 39
Power Supply Status 36
Provides Relation 21
PVC 35
Q
Quality of Service 31
Queue Threshold 36
R
Rcv Descr Index 29, 30
Index
Receive
Errors 42
Size 29
Reconnect Request 41
Registered Address 48
Release Request 41
Restart Request 41
Restricted Rights Notice 2
Routing
Application 21
Statistics 13
Row Status 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
S
SAR (Segmentation &
Reasembly) 35, 42
Secondary Address Panel 19
SEFSs 25
Set Lock 37
Signal Type and Side 47
Signaling
Retries 42
Timer 41
Views 45
VNI 46
SNMP Community 46
SNMP Traps 48
Software Information 35
SSCOP 44
Statistics
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Cell Transmission 13
MIB II Frame Transmission 13
Routing Frame Transmission 13
Status Request 41
Switch
Status 36, 37
Views 34
Switching Application 22
System Information 35
T
TC Alarm State 25
TC Sublayer 23
Thresholds 19, 37
Time Outs 32
Timers 41
Topology 14
Trademarks 2
Traffic Parameters 30
Transmission
Errors 42
Statistics 13, 17
Transmit Size 29
Troubleshooting 9
U
UASs 25
UNI 35
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Index
Index
UNI Signaling Version 46
V
VC Cross Connect 25
VCC 24
VCC Mask 48
VCI 24, 28, 31, 47
Virtual
Channel Links 28
Channels 25, 28
Paths 25, 28
Virtual Path Links 29
VLAN 49
VLAN Traffic Descriptors 51
VP Cross Connect 27
VPC 23
VPI 28, 29, 31, 47
W
Well Known Address 48
X
Xmit Descr Index 29, 30
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57 of 57
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