Supports Management Module SM-CIS1003
Device Management
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Cisco Stratacom BPX8600
and IGX8400 Series
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Contents
INTRODUCTION
Strm Error Status....................................................... 32
Port Information - FR Logical Port Config ................. 33
Port Information - FR Logical Port Stats.................... 38
Port Information - Atm Port Config ............................ 41
Port Information - Atm Port Queue............................ 44
Port Information - ATM Port Statistics ....................... 45
Switch Media - DS1 Interfaces .................................. 48
Switch Media -DS3 Interfaces ................................... 48
Switch Media - Sonet Interfaces................................ 50
Switch Media - DS1 IF Stats ..................................... 51
Switch Media - DS3 IF Stats ..................................... 51
Switch Media - Sonet IF Stats ................................... 52
Voice Information - Voice Channel............................ 52
Voice Information - Voice Endpoint ........................... 56
Voice Information - Voice EndPt Stats ...................... 59
Voice Information - Voice EndPt Map ....................... 60
Trunk Information - Frame Relay Trunk .................... 61
Trunk Information - ATM Trunk ................................. 62
Trunk Information - Frame Relay Trunk Stat............. 66
Trunk Information - ATM Trunk Stat.......................... 67
ATM Trunk Statistics Packet Table........................ 67
ATM Trunk Statistics Cell Table ............................ 68
Stratacom Frame Relay Application ............................. 70
Bandwidth Class........................................................ 70
Endpoint Configuration.............................................. 72
Endpoint Statistics..................................................... 78
Stratacom ATM Application .......................................... 81
5
Purpose and Scope ........................................................5
Required Reading ...........................................................5
Supported Devices..........................................................6
The SPECTRUM Model ..................................................6
DEVICE VIEW
8
Interface Icons ................................................................9
Interface Icon Subviews Menu ......................................10
Secondary Address Panel ............................................11
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icons .................................11
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icon Subviews Menu ............16
DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW
19
APPLICATION VIEWS
20
Main Application View ...................................................20
Supported Applications .................................................21
Common Applications................................................21
StrataCom Application ..................................................22
SwitchShelf Config ....................................................23
SwitchShelf Slot Info..................................................24
Switch If .....................................................................27
Connection View........................................................27
Trap Registration .......................................................31
Error Status ...............................................................32
Device Management
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Contents
Contents
Creating StComATMLink Models ........................ 124
Destroying StComATMLink Models .................... 125
Stratacom ATM Link Model..................................... 125
Model Information................................................ 125
Endpoint Configuration........................................ 126
Endpoint Statistics............................................... 126
Service Information ............................................. 126
Bandwidth Class........................................................81
Endpoint Configuration ..............................................85
Endpoint Statistics .....................................................98
PERFORMANCE VIEWS
101
Performance View.......................................................103
Port Performance View ...............................................103
DEVICE CONFIGURATION VIEW
104
MODEL INFORMATION VIEW
105
TRAPS, EVENTS, AND ALARMS
106
INDEX
127
Standard Trap Support ...............................................106
Device-Specific Trap Support .....................................106
Proprietary Trap Descriptions..................................117
ADVANCED APPLICATION INTEGRATIONS
120
StrataCom Frame Relay Integration ...........................120
StrataCom Frame Relay Application
Endpoint Connection View ...............................121
Stratacom Frame Relay DLCI Port Model ...............121
Information ...........................................................121
Port Performance.................................................121
Port Configuration ................................................122
Port Threshold .....................................................123
Service Information ..............................................123
StrataCom ATM Integration ........................................123
ATM Link Modeling Options View............................124
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Introduction
This section defines the purpose and describes the organization of this document as well as providing a brief
description of each section that follows.
This introduction to the Device Management
documentation for Cisco StrataCom BPX8600
Series devices contains the following information:
•
•
•
•
Purpose and Scope
Required Reading
Supported Devices
The SPECTRUM Model
Purpose and Scope
Use this guide as a reference for the SM-CIS1003
SPECTRUM management module which supports
the Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400
Series wide-area switches. The documentation
describes the icons, menus, and views that enable
you to remotely monitor, configure, and
troubleshoot Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and
IGX8400 Series devices through software models
in your SPECTRUM database.
documentation topic. For general information
about device management using SPECTRUM and
for explanations of basic SPECTRUM functionality
and navigation techniques, refer to the topics
listed under Required Reading.
Required Reading
Before using this guide, you should understand
the functions and navigation techniques of
SPECTRUM as described in the documents listed
below.
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Operators
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Administrators
• How to Manage Your Network with
SPECTRUM
• SPECTRUM Views
• SPECTRUM Menus
• SPECTRUM Icons
Only information specific to the supported
management module is included under this
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Introduction
Supported Devices
Supported Devices
The SPECTRUM Model
The Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400
Series of devices are broadband wide-area
switches. They offer up to 20 Gbps (in a 15-slot
chassis) of high throughput switching for multiple
traffic types including voice, data, and image. The
Cisco StrataCom offers backbone ATM switching
and integrates user services over broadband and
narrowband ATM trunks.
SPECTRUM uses a single device model type,
StrataCom, for modeling any of the Cisco
Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400 Series devices.
Table 1 displays the Cisco StrataCom devices
supported by the SM-CIS1003 Management
Module.
Table 1:
This section provides an overview of the services
that the Cisco StrataCom supports. StrataCom
models are represented in SpectroGRAPH views
by Device icons. As Figure 1 shows, the
appearance of the Device icon varies slightly
depending on the kind of view it appears in.
Figure 1:
Small and Large Device Icons
Supported Devices
Model Name
Device Type
StrataComBPX
Small Device icon appears in
Topology, Device Topology,
Application Views
CiscoIGX8410
CiscoIGX8410
CiscoIGX8420
Model Name
Large Device icon
appears in Device Topology,
Location, and Interface
Device views.
CiscoIGX8430
CiscoIGX8450
CiscoIGX8410
CiscoBPX8620
CiscoBPX8650
CiscoBPX8680
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Introduction
The SPECTRUM Model
Figure 2 shows a portion of a Topology view in
which the Device icon representing the StrataCom
model appears surrounded by icons representing
the network entities which the device connects in this case two Ethernet LANs and an Off-Page
Reference icon representing a Wide Area Link to a
corporate network.
Figure 2:
StrataCom Device Icon in
Topology View
Through its double-click zones and its Icon
Subviews menu, the Device icon is your starting
point for accessing the views and other displays
that let you perform device management activities
such as those listed in the Tasks section
immediately following this introduction.
The rest of the documentation for this
management module is organized according to
view type, as follows.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Sales_Nashua
LAN 802.3
Device Icon
Device View on Page 8
Device Topology View on Page 19
Application Views on Page 20
Performance Views on Page 101
Device Configuration View on Page 104
Model Information View on Page 105
tulip
StrataCom
WA_Link
Admin_Nashua
LAN 802.3
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Device View
This section describes the Device views accessible from the Icon Subviews menu for the Cisco Stratacom
BPX8600 and IGX8400 Series of devices.
This view (Figure 3) uses icons and labels to
represent the device and its components, such as
modules, ports, and applications. The view
provides dynamic configuration and performance
information for each of the device’s serial and
network I/O ports, which are represented by
Interface icons in the bottom panel of the view.
The middle panel of the view displays a Device
icon, which lets you monitor the device operation
and access other device-specific views.
Figure 3:
StrataCom Device View
• Interface Icons (Page 9)
• StCom_IF_Port Interface Icons (Page 11)
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Interface Icons
Interface Number Label
This label displays the interface (port) number.
Figure 4 shows a close-up of an Interface icon
from the Device view. Most of the informational
labels on the icon also provide double-click access
to other views, as explained in the following label
descriptions.
Figure 4: Interface Icon
a
1
b
ON
ethernet
fxp0
IF Status Label
This label displays the current status of the
interface for the primary application selected,
e.g., Gen Rtr App or MIB-II App. Table 2 lists the
possible label color representations. Note that the
color of the label also depends on the interface’s
current Administrative Status, which you set in
the Interface Configuration view. This view can be
accessed by double-clicking the Interface Type
label.
Table 2:
c
0:0:1D:F:FD:B6
d
e
0.0.0.0
f
Color
Interface Status Label Colors
Operational
Status
Administrative
Status
Label
Text
Green
up
up
ON
Blue
down
down
OFF
a
Interface Number Label
b
IF Status Label
Yellow
down
up
OFF
c
Interface Type Label
Red
testing
testing
TEST
d
Network Type Label
e
Physical Address Label
f
IP Address Label
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Interface Type Label
This label identifies the interface media type
(Ethernet, ATM, etc.). Double-click this label to
access the Interface Configuration view. See the
SPECTRUM Views documentation.
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Device View
Network Type Label
This label identifies the type of network to which
the interface is connected. Double-click the label
to open the Model Information view for the
interface.
Physical Address Label
This label displays the physical (MAC) address of
the interface. Double-click this label to open the
Address Translation Table (AT).
IP Address Label
This label displays the IP address for the
interface. Double-click this label to open the
Secondary Address Panel (Page 11), which lets
you change the address and mask for the
interface.
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Table 3:
Option
Device Management
Accesses the...
Detail
Interface Detail view, which displays
packet, error, and discard breakdown
statistics for the interface.
IF Configuration
Interface Configuration view (see
SPECTRUM Views).
Sub-Layer
Information
Sub-Layer Information view (see
SPECTRUM Views.
Address
Address Translation Table (AT) (see
Translation Table SPECTRUM Views).
Secondary
Address Panel
Secondary Address Panel (Page 11).
Thresholds
Interface Threshold view, which lets
you set the on/off alarm thresholds for
load, packet rate, error rate, and %
discarded for the interface.
Model
Information
Model Information View (Page 105).
Trap
Configuration
Interface Trap Configuration view (see
How to Manage Your Network with
SPECTRUM).
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Table 3 lists the device-specific interface Icon
Subviews menu options and the views to which
they provide access.
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
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Device View
Secondary Address Panel
Secondary Address Panel
Figure 5:
a
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icon in the Device view, select Secondary Address Panel.
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icons
Figure 5 shows a close-up of an StCom_IF_Port
interface icon from the Device view. Most of the
informational labels on the icon also provide
double-click access to other views, as explained in
the following label descriptions.
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b
UP
5060000
This panel provides a table of IP addresses and
masks obtained from the Address Translation
table within the device’s firmware. You can
change the current address displayed in the IP
Address field by selecting an entry from the table
in this panel and clicking the Update button.
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Interface Icon
ds3
c
atmRoutingTrunk
d
5.1.0
e
a
Interface Number Label
b
IF Status Label
c
Media Type Label
d
Service Type Label
e
Slot.Port.Subport
Identifier Label
Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400
Device View
Secondary Address Panel
Interface Number Label
This label displays the interface (port) number.
IF Status Label
This label displays the current status of the
interface. The StCom_IF_Port status displayed is
determined by the matrices provided in Table 4,
Table 5, and Table 6. The matrix used depends on
the MIB table a given port model is from.
Media Type Label
This label identifies the media layer type used by
this interface, such as ds1, ds3, or sonet.
Service Type Label
This label identifies the configured service type for
this logical interface.
Slot.Port.Subport Identifier Label
This label displays the Slot.Port.Subport identifier
of the interface. Double-click this label to open
the Model Information View for the
StCom_IF_Port.
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Device View
Secondary Address Panel
Table 4:
Interface Status Label Colors (switchIfTable)
switchIfAdminStatus
switchIfOperStatus
Port Status Label/Color
down(2)
added(6)
deleted(7)
Any
“DISABLED”/BLUE
up(1)
setbitmap(8)
assignScTmplt(9)
testing(3)
added(6)
“DISABLED”/BLUE
up(1)
setbitmap(8)
assignScTmplt(9)
down(2)
“DOWN”/YELLOW
up(1)
setbitmap(8)
assignScTmplt(9)
up(1)
“UP”/GREEN
up(1)
setbitmap(8)
assignScTmplt(9)
dormant(5)
“DORMANT”/YELLOW
up(1)
setbitmap(8)
assignScTmplt(9)
unkown(4)
(undefined value)
“UNKNOWN”/YELLOW
Unreachable
Unreachable
GRAY
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Device View
Secondary Address Panel
Table 5:
Interface Status Label Colors (frLportPortTable)
frLportAdminStatus
frLportOperStatus
Port Status Label/Color
down(2)
add(5)
delete(6)
Any
“DISABLED”/BLUE
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
inactive(1)
looped(3)
“DISABLED”/BLUE
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
failed(4)
“DOWN”/YELLOW
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
active(1)
“UP”/GREEN
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
unkown(5)
(undefined value)
“UNKNOWN”/YELLOW
Unreachable
Unreachable
GRAY
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Device View
Secondary Address Panel
Table 6:
Interface Status Label Colors (atmPortTable)
atmPortAdminStatus
atmPortOperStatus
Port Status Label/Color
down(2)
Any
“DOWN”/YELLOW
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
inactive(1)
looped(3)
“DISABLED”/BLUE
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
failed(4)
“DOWN”/YELLOW
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
active(1)
“UP”/GREEN
up(1)
modify(3)
writeOnly(4)
unkown(5)
(undefined value)
“UNKNOWN”/YELLOW
Unreachable
Unreachable
GRAY
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Device View
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icon Subviews Menu
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icon
Subviews Menu
The interface Icon Subviews menu options
available for StCom_IF_Port icons differ
depending on the MIB table and media type of the
port the icon represents. Table 7 (Page 17) lists
the device-specific interface Icon Subviews menu
options and the views to which they provide
access.
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Device View
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Table 7:
MIB Table
switchIfTable
switchIfTable
switchIfTable
Media Type
DS1
DS3
Sonet
frLportCnfTable N/A
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Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Available Options
Acceses the...
DS1 IF Configuration
IF Configuration view for this port (see Switch Media - DS1
Interfaces on Page 48)
DS1 IF Statistics
Switch Media - DS1 IF Stats on Page 51
Model Information
Model Information View on Page 105
DS3 IF Configuration
IF Configuration view for this port (see Switch Media -DS3
Interfaces on Page 48)
DS3 IF Statistics
Switch Media - DS3 IF Stats on Page 51
Model Information
Model Information View on Page 105
Sonet IF Configuration
IF Configuration view for this port (see Switch Media - Sonet
Interfaces on Page 50)
Sonet IF Statistics
Switch Media - Sonet Interfaces on Page 50
Model Information
Model Information View on Page 105
Frame Relay Port Configuration IF Configuration view for this port (see Port Information - FR
Logical Port Config on Page 33)
Frame Relay Port Statistics
Port Information - FR Logical Port Stats on Page 38
Model Information
Model Information View on Page 105
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Device View
StCom_IF_Port Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Table 7:
MIB Table
atmPortTable
Media Type
N/A
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Interface Icon Subviews Menu (Continued)
Available Options
Acceses the...
ATM Port Configuration
IF Configuration view for this port (see Port Information Atm Port Config on Page 41)
ATM Port Received Stats
Port Information - ATM Port Statistics on Page 45
ATM Port Transmitted Stats
Port Information - ATM Port Statistics on Page 45
ATM Port Error Stats
Port Information - ATM Port Statistics on Page 45
Model Information
Model Information View on Page 105
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Device Topology View
This view describes the Device Topology view that is accessible from the Icon Subviews menu for the Cisco
Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400 Series of devices.
This view (Figure 6) displays interface icons that
represent the connections between the Cisco
StrataCom and the devices it is connected to. The
Interface Icons provide the same information and
menu options as those described in the Device
view.
Figure 6:
StrataCom Device Topology View
For more general information about the Device
Topology (DevTop) view, see SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
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Application Views
This section describes the main Application view and the associated application-specific subviews available for
models of Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400 Series of devices in SPECTRUM.
Figure 7:
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device
icon, select Application.
Main Application View
Main Application View
When a device model is created, SPECTRUM
automatically creates models for each of the
major and minor applications supported by the
device. The main Application view identifies all of
these application models, shows their current
condition status, and provides access to
application-specific subviews. Figure 7 shows this
view in the Icon mode. If you prefer the List mode,
which displays applications as text labels, select
View > Mode > List.
For more information on this view, refer to the
MIBs and the Application View documentation.
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Supported Applications
SPECTRUM’s applications can be grouped within
two general categories as follows:
Common Applications
For the most part, these applications represent
the non proprietary MIBs supported by your
device. Listed below (beneath the title of the
SPECTRUM document that describes them) are
some of the common applications currently
supported by SPECTRUM.
• MIB II Applications
- SNMP
- IP
- ICMP
- TCP
- System2
- UDP
The documents listed below (in bold
font) are available for viewing at:
www.aprisma.com/manuals/
• Transmission Applications
- FDDI
- Point to Point
- DS1
- DS3
- RS-232
- WAN
• Routing Applications
- Generic Routing
- Repeater
- AppleTalk
- DECnet
- OSPF
Device Management
OSPF2
BGP4
VRRP
• Bridging Applications
- Ethernet Special Database
- Spanning Tree
- Static
- Transparent
- PPP Bridging
- Source Routing
- Translation
- QBridge
• Applications associated with non proprietary
MIBs.
• Applications associated with device-specific
MIBs.
Note:
Note:
-
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Application Views
-
Frame Relay
Token Ring
Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
rfc1317App
rfc1285App
rfc1315App
802.11App
SONET
• Technology Applications
- APPN
- ATM Client
- DHCP
- PNNI
- rfc1316App
- DLSw
The following device-specific applications are
described in the remainder of this section:
• StrataCom Application (Page 22)
• Stratacom Frame Relay Application (Page 70)
• Stratacom ATM Application (Page 81)
StrataCom Application
StComCommonApp model type. Table 8 lists the
application-specific subviews available from the
Icon Subviews menu for this application.
Descriptions of the subviews follow this table.
Table 8:
Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Option
Opens the...
SwitchShelf
Config
SwitchShelf Configuration view
(Page 23).
SwitchShelf Slot
Info
SwitchShelf Slot Information view
(Page 24).
Switch If
Switch IF Table view (Page 27).
Connection View
Connection view (Page 27).
Trap Registration
Trap Registration view (Page 31).
Error Status
Error Status view (Page 32).
Strm Error Status Strm Error Status view (Page 32).
Port Information
StrataCom Application
Frame Relay Logical Port
Configuration Tables view, Frame
Relay Logical Port Statistics Table
view, ATM Port Configuration Table
view, ATM Port Egress Queue Table
view, and the ATM Port Statistics
Table view (Page 33).
This section describes the device-specific
StrataCom application. The StrataCom
application is supported by the
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Application Views
StrataCom Application
Table 8: Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections (Continued)
Option
Switch Media
Opens the...
DS1 Interfaces view, DS3 Interfaces
Table view, Sonet Interface view, DS1
Interface Statistics Table view, DS3
Interface Statistics Table view, and
Sonet Interface Statistics view (Page
48).
Voice Information Voice Channel view, Voice Endpoint
view, Voice Endpoint Statistics view,
and Voice Endpoint Map view (Page
52).
Trunk
Information
Frame Relay Routing Truck view, ATM
Trunk view, Frame Relay Trunk
Packet Statistics view, and ATM Trunk
Statistics view (Page 61).
Model Information Model Information view described in
SPECTRUM Views.
SwitchShelf Config
This view provides you with variables used to
manage the switch shelf-wide configuration.
To access this view, select Switchshelf Config
from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This view will display the
following information:
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Master Stats
The IP address of the master statistics collection
management workstation.
TFTP Coll Intvl
The current TFTP statistics collection file interval
that can be configured on the switch.
TFTP Bckt Intvl
The current TFTP statistics collection bucket
interval that can be configured on the switch.
TFTP Time
The current time for TFTP statistics collection.
This field replaces the functionality originally
supplied by the daytime handler application.
Software Error
This field notifies you that a switch software error
has been logged on this shelf.
Card Error
This field notifies you that a switch card error has
been logged on this shelf.
SEnet IPAddr
The switch Ethernet interface IP address.
SEnet IPMask
The switch Ethernet interface IP address mask.
SEnet Mac Addr
The switch Ethernet interface MAC address.
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Application Views
SEnet Gw Addr
The switch Ethernet interface gateway address.
SNet IPAddr
The switch network interface IP address.
SNet IPMask
The switch network interface IP address mask.
SNet Node Name
The switch network node name.
SNet Node Number
The switch network node number.
Domain Number
The switch network domain number.
Node Type
The switch network node type.
Alarm Status
The switch alarm status.
Prim Sw Revision
The switch primary software revision.
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Rebuild Status
This field is used by the INS to determine if the
switch shelf has experienced a rebuild. This field
also serves as the heartbeat mechanism.
Junction Node
The flag indicating whether the node is a junction
node.
VC Poll Rate
The VC (Virtual Circuit) polling rate (in minutes).
This system-wide field, which can be configured
via CLI command “cnfsysparm,” is used to specify
the period for the switch to poll connection
statistics.
SwitchShelf Slot Info
This view provides you with information that is
used to manage the switch shelf card cage
information. The table is indexed by slot. The
objects in this table can be grouped into five
catagories:
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Sec Sw Revision
The switch secondary software revision.
Time Zone
The switch configured time zone.
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Card status
Front card information
Back card information
Processor card-specific information
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To access this view, select Switchshelf Slot Info
from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This view will display the
following information:
Index
The slot number for the switch shelf slot
information table.
Y-Redundancy
The card Y-redundancy status.
Y-Red Slot
The associated slot for this card’s Y-redundancy.
The status for this field is:
• Secondary slot index - if the slot is a primary
slot.
• Primary slot index - if the slot is a secondary
slot.
• Ignored - if the slot is null.
Card Status
The current card status. Values are: Active,
Empty, Standby.
Card Fail
The card failed flag. Values are: True or False.
Fail Intermit
The card failed intermittently flag. Values are:
True or False.
Device Management
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SelfTest Fail
The card self-test failed flag. Values are: True or
False.
SelfT Fail Int
The card self-test failed intermittently. Values are:
True or False.
Bus Fail
The card bus failed flag. Values are: True or False.
Front Card Type
The front card type.
Front Serial
The front card serial number.
Back Installed
The flag indicating if the back card is installed.
Back Type
The back card type. Values are: True or False.
Back Serial
The back card serial number.
RAM Version
The RAM version ID of the processor card. Since
this field is applicable only to processor cards, for
other card types a null string will be returned.
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ROM Version
The ROM version ID of the processor card. Since
this field is applicable only to processor cards, for
other card types a null string will be returned.
BRAM Version
The BRAM version ID of the processor card. Since
this field is applicable only to processor cards, for
other card types a null string will be returned.
BOOT Id
The BOOT ID of the processor card. Since this
field is applicable only to processor cards, for
other card types a null string will be returned.
BRAM Size
The BRAM size of the processor card in
Megabytes. Since this field is applicable only to
processor cards, for other card types -1 will be
returned.
Device Management
Back Rev
The hardware revision of the back card.
Activate Time
This gives the time stamp of the last time the card
was reset.
Ft Num Port
Number of ports supported by the front card. This
is for BXM only.
RAM Size
The RAM size of the processor card in Megabytes.
Since this field is applicable only to processor
cards, for other card types -1 will be returned.
FEPROM Size
The Flash EPROM size of the processor card in
Megabytes. Since this field is applicable only to
processor cards, for other card types -1 will be
returned.
Front Rev
The hardware and firmware revision of the front
card.
Ft Queue
Size of the Egress/Ingress Queue memory
available on the card. This field is for BXM only.
Ft Line Format
Front line format. This field is for BXM only.
Ft Channel
Number of channels supported by the front card.
This field is for BXM only.
Bk Num Port
Number of ports supported by the back card. This
field is for BXM only.
Bk Line Format
The back card line format.
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Bk Sonet Mode
The sonet mode (BXM only), where “smf” is singlemode format, “mmf” is multi-mode format, and
“smflr” is single-mode format long reach. This
field is for BXM only.
Slot
The slot number on the Switch Interface Table.
ForeSight
If the card supports ForeSight, for line card only.
Values are: Yes or No.
Subport
The subport number, used to identify virtual
trunks.
Mux Bus Util
The percentage of the Muxbus utilization. This
field is defined for FRP, FRM, and UFM module on
IPX/IGX only. For other cards, the utilization is
“-1.”
Media Type
The type of interface. This field is normally used
to provide information about a media layer, such
as ds1, ds3, or sonet.
Switch If
The Switch IF (Interface) Table provides you with
a list of ports and subports.
To access this view, select Switch IF from the
Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This view will display the
following information:
IF Number
The interface number is the index for the Switch
Interface Table, as well as the Switch Media
Tables and the Trunk Service Tables.
Device Management
Port
The port number on the Switch Interface Table.
Service
User requested service for logical interface table
row.
Adm Status
User requested state for logical interface table
row. Values are: Up, Down, Add, or Delete.
Oper Status
The current state for logical interface table row.
Connection View
This view describes all the connections associated
with this managed entity. The endpoints (virtual
circuits) related to these connections are defined
in connection type-specific tables.
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To access this view, select Connection View from
the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This view will display the
following information:
Next Endpoint Index
This field contains an appropriate value to be
used when creating entries in the connection
specific endpoint tables (e.g. Frame Relay
Endpoint Table). A value of minus one (-1)
indicates that no unassigned entries are
available. To obtain the Next Endpoint Index
value for a new entry, the manager issues a
management protocol retrieval operation to obtain
the current value of this field. After each retrieval,
the agent should modify the value to the next
unassigned index.
Index
The connection table index for this connection.
Local VC Endpt Desc
The description for the local VC endpoint.
Contains information about the domain,
nodename, slot, port, and address value for the
endpoint.
Type
The connection type.
Device Management
Other Index
The remote node’s connection table index for this
connection endpoint.
Remote VC Endpt Desc
The description for remote VC endpoint. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
port, and address value for the endpoint.
Master Flag
Specifies whether this endpoint is the owner of
the connection.
Class Of Service
A class of service for this connection. The lower
the class value, the higher the routing priority of
the connection.
Group Flag
Specifies whether this is a grouped connection. In
the grouped connection case, the Connection
First Endpoint Pointer object is a pointer to a list
of endpoints in this group.
Admin Status
The requested state for connection. Values are:
Up, Down, Modify, WriteOnly, CreateGroup,
DeleteGroup.
Oper Status
The actual state of the connection. If the state is
failed, then look to the objects No Route Found
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Failure and Bump Failure to determine reason for
failure.
about the domain, nodename, slot, and possibly a
port for each hop in the route.
No Route Found
The connection is failed because no route to the
remote endpoint could be found.
Mst Pkt Load
This field provides the minimum packet load
available on the current path of this connection.
This field is determined by comparing available
bandwidth on every trunk on which the
connection is currently routed and reporting the
minimum available bandwidth. For interdomain
connections this value represents available
bandwidth through all domains. This variable is
meaningful for routed connections only. These
values are returned in packets per second.
Bump Failure
The connection is failed because of insufficient
bandwidth to route to the remote endpoint. This
may have also been caused because a higher
priority connection took this connection’s
bandwidth. A higher priority connection is one
with the lowest Class Of Service (COS).
Endpt Pointer
The pointer to endpoint specific information.
Using this pointer the user can obtain
configuration and statistical information about
the connection.
Current Route Description
Describes the current route being used by this
connection. This descriptor gives information
about the domain, nodename, slot and possibly a
port and virtual trunk number for each hop in the
route.
Preferred Route Description
Describes the preferred route being used by this
connection. This descriptor gives information
Device Management
Mst Cell Load
This field provides the minimum cell load
available on the current path of this connection.
This field is determined by comparing available
bandwidth on every trunk on which the
connection is currently routed and reporting the
minimum available bandwidth. For interdomain
connections this value represents available
bandwidth through all domains. This field is
meaningful for routed conections only.
Mst BData A Cmax
This field provides the minimum BDate A Cmax
available on the current path of this connection.
This field is determined by comparing available
BData A Cmax on every trunk on which the
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connection is currently routed and reporting the
minimum available. For inter domain connections
this value represents available BData A Cmax
through all domains.
Mst BData B Cmax
This field provides the minimum BDate B Cmax
available on the current path of this connection.
This field is determined by comparing available
BData B Cmax on every trunk on which the
connection is currently routed and reporting the
minimum available. For inter domain connections
this value represents available BData B Cmax
through all domains.
Slv Pkts Load
This field provides the minimum packet load
available on the current path of this connection.
This field is determined by comparing available
bandwidth on every trunk on which the
connection is currently routed and reporting the
minimum available bandwidth. For inter domain
connections this value represents available
bandwidth through all domains.
Slv Cell Loads
This field provides the minimum cell load
available on the current path of this connection.
This field is determined by comparing available
bandwidth on every trunk on which the
connection is currently routed and reporting the
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minimum available bandwidth. For inter domain
connections this value represents available
bandwidth through all domains.
Slv BData A Cmax
This field provides the minimum BData A Cmax
available on the current path of this connection in
slave->master direction. This field is determined
by comparing available BData A Cmax on every
trunk on which the connection is currently routed
and reporting the minimum available. For inter
domain connections this value represents
available BData A Cmax through all domains.
Slv BData B Cmax
This field provides the minimum BData B Cmax
available on the current path of this connection in
slave->master direction. This field is determined
by comparing available BData B Cmax on every
trunk on which the connection is currently routed
and reporting the minimum available. For inter
domain connections this value represents
available BData B Cmax through all domains.
Round Trip Delay
The value of this field is the calculated round trip
delay (measured in milliseconds) of this
connection. This field is calculated for Foresight
connections only.
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StComCommonApp. This table will display the
following information:
Group Description
The description for the group identifier. This
describes the connection group name.
Entry Creation
Located at the bottom of the Connection Table,
click on this button to open the Connection Entry
Creation view where you can make changes to the
following table entries:
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•
Next ID
Local VC Endpt Desc
Remote VC Endpt Desc
Class of Service
Admin Status
Preferred Route Description
Group Desc
IP Address
The IP address of the SNMP manager that is
interested in receiving trap events. All events are
sent to this IP address. If this field is set to zero,
the entire entry is deleted.
Admin Status
This field provides the actions available on this
table.
Source IP
This IP address is sent in the SNMP TRAP PDU as
the source of the trap. The SNMP manager can
optionally set this to any value, but if not set the
agent will choose its value.
Trap Registration
The Trap Registration is the switch platform
registration table that provides access to trap
events. This table currently supports a maximum
of ten (10) SNMP managers registered to receive
SNMP traps from the switch.
UDP Port
This UDP port is used for transmission of all
SNMP TRAP PDUs to the SNMP manager. It can
either be set by the SNMP manager or the default
SNMP TRAP port will be used.
Sequence Num
This is the sequence number to be used when the
next SNMP TRAP PDU is encoded and transmitted
to this SNMP manager.
To access this table, select Trap Registration
from the Icon Subviews menu for the
Device Management
Entry Creation
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Located at the bottom of the Trap Registration
Table, clicking on this button opens the Trap
Registration Entry Creation view where you can
make changes to the following table entries:
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•
for the given manager the value of this object is
-1.
Request Id
This field contains the PDU (Protocol Data Unit)
request ID associated with the error.
IP Address
Admin Status
Src Ip Address
Udp Port
Error Status Code
This field contains an error status code used by
the manager to take automated corrective actions
when requests encounter failures. If no error is
encountered, a successful status is provided.
Error Status
The Error Status Table is used to maintain status
information about SNMP SET requests from a
manager. When an SNMP SET completes, an
entry is created. In addition to successful status,
the manager is provided information associated
with any failed requests. This table is indexed by
request ID. The request ID is the SNMP PDU
identifier associated with the failed request.
To access this view, select Error Status from the
Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This view will display the
following information:
Last Index in Error Status
If at least one entry exists in the error status table
for the given manager, the value of this object
contains the index corresponding to the last
entry. If no entry exists in the error status table
Device Management
Status Description
This field contains error status information for
failed SETS to one or more objects in Frame Relay
Endpoint Table and/or vc Table. This field is
updated only on failed SETS. Since the SNMP
standard allows only limited number of error
status returns, the managers can retrieve this
variable to get additional information on a failed
SET. Typically, this field will contain information
specifying date, type of operation (SET or GET),
current SNMP table and additional error
information.
Strm Error Status
The Strm Error Status Table is used to maintain
status information about SNMP SET requests
from a manager. It contains a list of error statuses
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for a given SNMP manager. Currently a limit of
ten (10) entries are imposed on this table. Each
manager is allowed to access its own table.
Individual manager access is determined by IP
address.
This field is updated only on failed SETS. Since
the SNMP standard allows only limited number of
error status returns, the managers can retrieve
this variable to get additional information on a
failed SET. Typically, this field will contain
information specifying date, type of operation
(SET or GET), MIB table associated with the error,
and detailed text regarding the failure.
To access this view, select Strm Error Status
from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This view will display the
following information:
Last Index in Strm Error Status
If at least one entry exists in the error status table
for the given manager, the value of this object
contains the index corresponding to the last
entry. If no entry exists in the error status table
for the given manager the value of this object is
-1.
Port Information - FR Logical Port
Config
The Frame Relay Logical Port Configuration
Tables provide detailed views of the logical ports
available on the switch and provide the following
areas of information on a per port basis:
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Request Id
This field contains the PDU (Protocol Data Unit)
request ID associated with the error.
Error Status Code
This field contains an error status code used by
the manager to take automated corrective actions
when requests encounter failures. If no error is
encountered, a successful status is provided.
Status Description
This field contains error status information for
failed SETS to one or more objects within a table.
Device Management
Port identification
Current admin and operation status
Port-specific configuration
LMI-related configuration
Port error status
Pointer (s) to other table
To access this table, select Port Information ->
FR Logical Port Config from the Icon Subviews
menu for the StComCommonApp. This table is
divided into two tables, Status Table and
Threshold Table, which display the following
information:
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Status Table
VC Count
The number of virtual connections that terminate
on this port.
Slot
The slot number for the port.
First VC
The object identifier (OID) denoting the first
endpoint associated with this port. The
management station can retrieve all the
information about the first connection by reading
from the row pointed to by this OID.
Port
The port number for the port.
Port DLCI
Port DLCI for Frame Forwarding (FRI subrate
interface only) - Get Operation. If the network
manager attempts to GET this object from a
T1/E1 port, SNMP_OBJ_NA (Object Not
Applicable -1) is returned.
Admin
The requested state for logical port table row.
Values are: Up, Down, Configure, Add, and Delete
a Frame Relay Logical port.
Oper
The actual state of the logical port.
Port Speed
The baud rate of the port.
Clock Type
The type of port clock.
Port Type
The type of FRP subrated port.
Device Management
Aggregate Channels
The number of aggregate channels assigned to
this logical port (FRI T1/E1 interface only) when
the port is added. For subrate ports, this field is
always “1.”
Channel Speed
The channel speed (FRI T1/E1 interface only). For
FRI subrate interface this field should be set as
“NA.”
IDE Map
The flag indicating whether IDE to DE mapping
should be performed.
LMI Mode
A numeric value that specifies the current LMI
(Local Management Interface) operation mode.
The values are shown in Table 9.
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Table 9: LMI Operation Modes
Value
Mode Description
1
(UNI) LMI Disabled
2
(UNI) LMI and Asynchronous update
disabled
3
(UNI) LMI Disabled
4
(UNI) LMI Enabled but asynchronous
update disabled
5
(UNI) LMI Enabled using CFITT 0.933
Annex A parameters
6
(UNI) LMI Enabled using ANSI
T1.617 parameters
7
(NNI) LMI Enabled using CCITT 0.933
Annex A parameters
8
(NNI) LMI Enabled using ANSI T1.617
parameters
Note:
Note:
Option 7 and Option 8 in table are
both bidirectional protocols defined
by FRF.2 and available only if Frame
Relay NNI feature is enabled.
Device Management
NNI
The flag indicating whether NNI (Network to
Network Interface) is active on the specified slot
port. This field is always “NO” if the network
manager attempts to GET NNI Status from a
disabled LMI or LMI No Update port. In other
cases, the value of this field is determined by
whether the port is configured as NNI or not.
Asyn
A flag indicating whether the IPX should send
unsolicited LMI update messages as they appear
or wait for the polling from the user device. This
field is always “NO” for ports without protocols;
otherwise, its value is determined by the
asynchronous status of the port. If the network
manager attempts to SET this field for a port with
none or LMI protocol, an error is reported.
Conn SNA Pri
The flag specifying if the connection SNA priority
should be communicated to the user device
attached to the port. Since this field is specific to
LMI protocols, SNMP_OBJ_NA (-1) is returned if
the network manager attempts to GET this field
from a non-LMI port. If the network manager
attempts to SET this field for a non-LMI port, an
error is reported.
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Poll Cycle
Full Status Polling Cycle (applicable to NNI FR
port only), indicating the interval (in terms of
polling cycles) at which a Full Status Report of all
PVCs is requested. This interval should be
between 1 and 255 polling cycles with a default of
6. If the network manager attempts to GET this
field from a port with a protocol other than NNIs,
SNMP_OBJ_NA (-1) is returned. If the network
manager attempts to SET this field for a port with
a protocol other than NNIs (Network-to-Network
Interfaces), an error is reported.
EFCI to BECN
This field indicates whether EFCI (Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication) to BECN
(Backward Explicit Congestion Notification)
mapping is enabled.
RTS
The current status of the RTS (Request To Send)
lead (subrated FRI only). “NA” is used for T1/E1
FRI. This field is valid only if the port is subrated
and is DTE (Data Terminal Equipment).
Otherwise, “NA” is returned.
DTR
The current status of the DTR (Data Terminal
Ready) lead (subrated FRI only). “NA” is used for
T1/E1 FRI. This field is valid only if the port is
Device Management
subrated and is DTE (Data Terminal Equipment).
Otherwise, “NA” is returned.
DCD
The current status of the DCD lead (subrated FRI
only). “NA” is used for T1/E1 FRI. This field is
valid only if the port is subrated and DCE (Data
Communications Equipment.) Otherwise, “NA” is
returned.
CTS
The current status of the CTS (Clear To Send)
lead (subrated FRI only). “NA” is used for T1/E1
FRI. This field is valid only if the port is subrated
and DCE (Data Communications Equipment.)
Otherwise, “NA” is returned.
DSR
The current status of the DSR (Data Set Ready)
lead (subrated FRI only). “NA” is used for T1/E1
FRI. This field is valid only if the port is subrated
and is DCE (Data Communications Equipment.)
Otherwise, “NA” is returned.
Loopback
The loopback mode.
Ext Conn
The flag indicating if the connection with the
external device is lost.
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Threshold Table
Verification Timer
The link integrity verification timer heartbeat
(keep-alive) period. It should be set to 5 seconds
more than the heartbeat time in the user device.
Default is 15 seconds.
Slot
The slot number for the port.
Port
The port number for the port.
Error
The number of failures in the monitored events
that cause the keep-alive process to report an
alarm.
Port DLCI
Port DLCI for Frame Forwarding (FRI subrate
interface only) - Get Operation. If the network
manager attempts to GET this object from a
T1/E1 port, SNMP_OBJ_NA (Object Not
Applicable -1) is returned.
Monitored Events
The number of monitored events for the keepalive process. A port communication fail condition
is cleared after this number of successful polling
cycles.
Max Tx Bytes
The maximum bytes queued for transmission
from the FRP port.
ECNQ
The port Explicit Congestion Notification
threshold. This is the point at which the BECN
(Backward Explicit Congestion Notification) and
FECN (Forward Explicit Congestion Notification)
bits will be set in the communications to the user
device.
DE %
The percentage of the queue depth above which
frames with the Discard Eligibility bit set will be
discarded. An entry of 100% effectively disables
DE for the port.
Device Management
Up RNR
The Upper Receiver-Not-Ready (RNR) threshold.
This threshold specifies the number of RNR
indications from the user equipment before an
alarm is cleared for this connection. The default is
75.
Low RNR
The Lower Receiver-Not-Ready (RNR) threshold.
This threshold specifies the number of RNR
indications from the user equipment before an
alarm is cleared for this connection. The default is
75.
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Port Information - FR Logical Port
Stats
Min Flags Frames
The minimum number of flags between frames.
All values in the range 1 to 255 are valid and the
default is “1.”
OAM
The alarm threshold for number of OAM
heartbeat FastPackets missed before propagating
A-bit=0. This threshold is applicable to both UNI
and NNI Frame Relay ports when the node has FR
NNI feature enabled and this FRP firmware
supports it.
Link Timer
The Link Integrity Timer (applicable to NNI FR
port only), indicating the interval at which a
Status Enquiry message is sent. This interval
should be between 5 and 30 seconds with a
default of 6 seconds.
The Frame Relay Logical Port Statistics tables
provide the manager access to the statistics
available on the logical ports.
To access this table, select Port Information ->
FR Logical Port Stats from the Icon Subviews
menu for the StComCommonApp. This table is
divided into three tables, Received Statistics
Table, Transmitted Statistics Table, and Error
Statistics Table which display the following
information:
Received Statistics Table
Slot
The slot number for the port.
CLLM Timer
The timer for CLLM messages in CLLM intervals.
No CLLM if “0” is configured. If a user configures
this value to be greater than “0” then it should be
in the range 4 to 35 units in hundredths of a
second.
Port
The port number for the port.
Bytes
The number of received bytes by the frame relay
logical port.
Frames
The number of received frames by the frame relay
logical port.
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Status Enquiry
The number of status enquiry requests received
by the port from a user device (LMI/UNI) or NNI
port on the other side.
Status
The number of status messages received by the
port from the NNI port on the other side.
Update
The number of asynchronous status update
messages received by the port from the NNI port
on the other side.
CLLM Frames
The frame relay logical port CLLM (Foresight)
received frames.
CLLM Bytes
The frame relay logical port CLLM (Foresight)
received bytes.
Transmitted Statistics Table
Slot
The slot number for the port.
Port
The port number for the port.
Bytes
The frame relay logical port transmitted bytes.
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Frames
The frame relay logical port transmitted frames.
Frames FECNs
The frame relay logical port transmitted FECN
frames.
Frames BECNs
The frame relay logical port transmitted BECN
frames.
Status
The number of status messages transmitted from
the port to a user device (LMI/UNI) or NNI port on
the other side.
Update
The number of asynchronous status update
messages transmitted from the port to a user
device (LMI/UNI) or NNI port on the other side.
Status Enquiry
The number of status enquiry requests
transmitted by the port to the NNI port on the
other side.
CLLM Frames
The frame relay logical port CLLM (Foresight)
transmitted frames.
CLLM Bytes
The frame relay logical port CLLM (Foresight)
transmitted bytes.
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Discard Queue Frames
The frame relay logical port discard queue
transmitted frames.
DMA Overruns
The frame relay logical port number of DMA
overruns.
Discard Queue Bytes
The frame relay logical port discard queue
transmitted bytes.
Invalid Request
The frame relay logical port invalid request count.
Error Statistics Table
Slot
The slot number for the port.
Port
The port number for the port.
CRC
The frame relay logical port CRC errors on
received frames.
Bad Frames
The frame relay logical port frames with illegal
formats.
Alignment
The frame relay logical port alignment errors on
received frames.
Timeout (LMI UNI)
The frame relay logical port timeout count.
Transmit protocol LMI UNI.
Sequence Number
The frame relay logical port sequence number
error. Transmit protocol UNI.
CLLM Fail
The frame relay logical port CLLM (Foresight)
failures.
LMI Fail Frames
The frame relay logical port LMI failure frames.
LMI Fail Bytes
The frame relay logical port LMI failure bytes.
Illegal Lengths
The frame relay logical port illegal length of
received frames.
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Port Information - Atm Port Config
The ATM Port Configuration Tables provide you
with detailed views of the ATM ports available on
the switch.
IF Type
The type of interface for this port.
Speed
The speed of the port in cells per second.
To access this table, select Port Information ->
ATM Port Config from the Icon Subviews menu
for the StComCommonApp. This table is divided
into two tables, Status Table and Threshold
Table, which display the following information:
BASIS
Indicates port support for BASIS shelf. The value
of this field cannot be changed if there are active
connections on the port. For ASI-2 the value of
this field is “none.” An attempt to change the
value of this field on an ASI-2 will return a
BadValue error.
Status Table
Slot
The slot number for the ATM port.
Port
The port number for the ATM port.
Admin
The requested state for port table row. Values are
Up or Down or you may modify the characteristics
of the port.
Oper
The actual state of the port.
Type
Indicates whether the ATM ports on the card in
this slot are UNI or NNI port. The switch supports
this operation only on a per card level, so
changing one port changes the others, also. The
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value of this field cannot be changed if there are
active connections on the card.
VC Count
The number of virtual connections that terminate
on this port, to a maximum of 1024.
First VC
The Object Identifier (OID) denoting the first
connection endpoint associated with this port.
For current implementation, this OID points to
the first connection on the port. It has a NULL
OID value if there is no connection on this port.
The management station can retrieve all the
information about the first connection by reading
from the row pointed to by this OID. This OID
specifies the first column of the appropriate row
in the ATM Endpoint Table.
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Metro Header
The Metro Data Cell Header Format applies to T3
non-axis ports. The value of this field is set to
“disable” by the switch every time the value of the
object ATM Port Axis changes to or from “none.”
Mgmt Protocol
Indicates the port management protocol used for
this port.
ILMI VPI
The virtual path identifier for the ILMI (Interim
Local Management Interface) protocol. For UNI
ports it ranges from 0 to 255 and for NNI ports it
ranges from 0 to 4095.
ILMI VCI
The virtual channel for the ILMI (Interim Local
Management Interface) protocol.
ILMI Poll
Enable ILMI (Interim Local Management
Interface) keep-alive polling procedure.
ILMI Trap
If this field is enabled, the ILMI (Interim Local
Management Interface) agent will send
unsolicited Trap PDUs (Protocol Data Units.)
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LMI VPI
The virtual path identifier for the LMI protocol.
For UNI ports, it ranges from 0 to 255 and, for
NNI ports it ranges from 0 to 4095.
LMI VCI
The virtual channel identifier for the ILMI (Interim
Local Management Interface) protocol.
LMI Poll
If enabled, the LMI Poll will send a status enquiry
message when the polling timer expires.
Perc Utilization
The values for the percentage utilization field are
“disabled” or “enabled.” When “disabled,” the
bandwidth for the connections terminating on the
port will be used to determine the port load. When
“enabled,” the bandwidth for the connection is
multiplied by the percent utilization for the
connection to determine the port load.
SVC Channels
The number of LCNs (Logical Channel Numbers)
partitioned for the SVC (Switch Virtual Circuit) on
this port. The range of the LCNs are defined by
the ATM Port SVC LCN High and ATM Port SVC
LCN Low objects. If this is a non-zero value, then
the remaining SVC objects are valid.
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Share LCN
Determines whether the LCNs are shared per port
basis or per card basis.
INS Use PVC
This field if set by the INS to indicate that PVC
partitioning information is valid on this port.
SVC Bit Map
The Egress Queues on an ASI line port are
partitioned between PVCs and SVCs. This is a bit
string value ranging from 0 to 0xffffffff. A bit set
indicates that the QBIN is allocated to SVC, and if
set to “0”, it is allocated to PVCs.
ILMI Addr Reg
If enabled, the ILMI agent will support Address
Registration.
SVC Egress Queue
The Egress Queue pool size on a line port is
partitioned between PVCs and SVCs. This field
reflects the SVC Egress Queue pool size. The
default value is “0.” This field is valid if SVC
Channels is non-zero.
Threshold Table
Slot
The slot number for this port.
Port
The port number for this port.
ILMI Poll
The number of seconds between each keep alive
poll transmitted by the port.
SVC Bandwidth
The bandwidth on a port is partitioned between
SVC and PVC. The bandwidth allocated for SVCs
is stored in this object. The default value is “0.”
This field is valid if Channels is non-zero.
ILMI Error
The number of keep alive polls that must fail
before the port is placed in the failed state.
INS Use SVC
This field is set by the INS to indicate that SVC
partitioning information is being used by INS. The
initial value is notInUse. This field is valid if SVC
Channels is non-zero.
ILMI Event
Specifies the number of keep-alive polls within
which if the polls fail, the port is placed in the
failed state.
LMI Link Integ Timer
Link integrity timer for the port.
LMI Update Timer
Update status timer for the port.
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LMI Stat Enq Retry
The maximum number of times a Status Enquiry
message is retransmitted.
LMI Upd Stat Retry
The maximum number of times an Update Status
message is retransmitted.
LMI Poll
A polling timer that, if enabled, a Status Enquiry
message is sent when this timer expires.
SVC VCI Low
This field stores the SVC VCI lower limit.
SVC VCI High
This field stores the SVC VCI upper limit.
SVC LCN Low
The lower limit of the LCN value which can be
used on this port for SVCs (Switched Virtual
Circuits.) This field is valid if Svc Channels is
non-zero.
Port Information - Atm Port Queue
The Port Information - Atm Port Egress Queue
Table describes the fields that you have access to
read and to configure the ATM Port Egress
Queues.
SVC LCN High
The upper limit of the LCN value which can be
used on this port. This field is valid if Svc
Channels is non-zero.
SVC VPI Low
The lower limit of the VPI value which can be used
on this port. The VCIs (Virtual Channel
Identifiers) that can be used are from 32 to the
largest VCI value allowed on that port. The default
value is “100.” This field is valid if Svc Channels is
non-zero.
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SVC VPI High
The upper limit of the VPI value which can be
used on this port. The VCIs (Virtual Channel
Identifiers) that can be used are from 32 to the
largest VCI value allowed on that port. The default
value is “100.” This field is valid if Svc Channels is
non-zero.
To access this table, select Port Information ->
ATM Port Queue from the Icon Subviews menu
for the StComCommonApp. This table displays
the following information:
Index
Index into the port egress queue array of the given
port that uniquely identifies this queue. If the
value of Type is “axis,” then the value of this field
also specifies the axis slot associated with this
queue.
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Admin Status
User requested state for this port queue table
row. The only operation supported in this table is
modify.
Type
The type of the queue. If the type is “axis”, then
the Index specifies the axis slot associated with
this queue.
Depth
The storage depth allocated to this queue in block
of cells. The block size is one cell for T3/E3 and
64 cells for OC3. The aggregate of the queue
depths for all queues cannot exceed the
maximum storage available for the port.
CLP High
The CLP tagging activation threshold for this
queue expressed as a percentage of queue depth.
CLP Low
The CLP tagging deactivation threshold for this
queue expressed as a percentage of queue depth.
EFCI Thesh
The EFCI threshold for this queue expressed as a
percentage of queue depth.
Table 10:
Queue Service Algorithm Settings
Setting
Description
Off (1)
Never Serve
Always (2)
Always Serve
Ok (3)
Ok to Serve, Not Minimum Guaranteed
Min_Guar (4)
Minimum Guaranteed bw, No Limit
Min_Smooth (5) Minimum Guaranteed bw, Smoothed
Min_Delay (6)
Minimum Guaranteed bw, Delay Limited
Port Information - ATM Port
Statistics
The Port Information - Atm Port Statistics Table is
composed of three tables that show ATM port
statistical information.
To access these tables, select Port Information
-> ATM Port Statistics from the Icon Subviews
menu for the StComCommonApp. The three
tables, Received Statistics Table, Transmitted
Statistics Table, and Error Statistics Table, will
display the following information:
Algorithm
The queue service algorithm. (Table 10) describes
the settings for this field.
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Received Statistics Table
ILMI Get
ILMI (Internal Local Management Interface) Get
requests received.
Slot
The slot number for this port.
ILMI Get Next
ILMI Get Next requests received.
Port
The port number for this port.
ILMI Set
ILMI Set requests received.
AIS
Total number of cells received from AIS (Alarm
Indication Signal).
ILMI Trap
ILMI Traps received.
FERF
Total number of cells received with FERF (FarEnd Receive Failure.)
ILMI Get Rspns
ILMI Get Response messages received.
Cells
Total number of cells received.
ILMI Unknown PDU
Unknown PDU (Protocol Data Unit) type received.
CLP
Total number of cells received with CLP (Cell Loss
Priority) set.
LMI Stat Enquiry
LMI (Local Management Interface) Status Enquiry
messages received.
EFCI
Total number of cells received with EFCI (Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication) set.
LMI Status
LMI Status messages received.
BCM
Total number of BCM cells received.
OAM
Total number of OAM (Operation, Administration,
and Maintenance) cells received.
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LMI Update Stat
LMI Update Status messages received.
LMI Stat Ack
LMI Status Acknowledge messages received.
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Transmitted Statistics Table
Slot
The slot number for this port.
Port
The port number for this port.
Cells
Total number of cells transmitted.
CLP
Total number of cells transmitted with CLP (Cell
Loss Priority) set.
EFCI
Total number of cells transmitted with EFCI
(Explicit Forward Congestion Indication) set.
ILMI Get Next
ILMI (Internal Local Management Interface) Get
Next requests transmitted.
ILMI Get
ILMI Get requests transmitted.
ILMI Get Rsp
ILMI Get Response messages transmitted.
ILMI Trap
ILMI Traps transmitted.
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LMI Status
LMI (Local Management Interface) Status
messages transmitted.
LMI Update Stat
LMI Update Status messages transmitted.
LMI Stat Ack
LMI Status Acknowledge messages transmitted.
LMI Stat Enquiry
LMI Status Enquiry messages transmitted.
Error Statistics Table
Slot
The slot number for this port.
Port
The port number for this port.
Unknown Address
The number of cells discarded due to unknown
address.
Buffer Overflow
The number of times the port has incurred a cell
buffer overflow.
Non-Zero GFCs
The number of non-zero GFC cells for a UNI port.
For a NNI port, this value is “0.”
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ICSU Discards
The count of cells discarded by the Ingress
Control Service Unit.
Alarm Type
The alarm status information for the alarm state
of a trunk or line.
ICSU Emptys
The Ingress Control Service Unit free list empty
count.
IF Type
The type of interface used to provide information
about the DS1 type: T1, E1.
BIP-16 Discard
Total number of cells discarded due to BIP-16.
Line Code
The line coding for the logical interface table row.
Parity Discards
Total number of cells discarded due to parity
error.
Clock Source
The transmit clock source for the logical interface
table row.
Switch Media - DS1 Interfaces
Switch Media -DS3 Interfaces
The DS1 Interfaces table shows the DS1
interfaces on a switch.
The DS3 Interfaces table shows the DS1
interfaces on a switch and supports Set functions
equivalent to CLI commands (addlnloclp,
addlnlocrmtlp, dellnlp) on T3/E3 lines or trunks.
To access this table, select Switch Media -> DS1
Interfaces from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This table will display the
following information:
Switch IF
The DS1 interface entry.
Alarm Status
The alarms state for logical interface table row.
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To access this table, select Switch Media -> DS3
Interfaces from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This table will display the
following information:
Switch IF
The interface entry for the DS3 Interface table.
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Alarm State
The alarms state for the logical interface table
row.
Alarm Type
The alarm status information for the alarm state
of a trunk or line.
Note:
Note:
The DS3 Line Local Loopback and the
Remote Loopback can not be enabled
at the same time.
IF Type
The type of interface used to provide information
about the DS3 type: T3, E3.
Line Code
The type of ZCS coding used on this DS3 line.
Clock Source
The clock source for the logical interface table
row.
Local Loopback
The line local loopback. The settings are as
follows:
• Get - show the current local loopback status
• Set - enable or disable the local loopback.
Line Lcl Rmt Lpb
The line local remote loopback. The settings are
as follows:
• Get - show the current local remote loopback
status.
• Set - enable or disable the remote loopback.
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Switch Media - Sonet Interfaces
Clock Source
The clock source for the logical interface table
row.
The Sonet Interfaces table shows a list of the
Sonet interfaces.
Local Loopback
The line local loopback. The settings are as
follows:
To access this table, select Switch Media ->
Sonet Interfaces from the Icon Subviews menu
for the StComCommonApp. This table will
display the following information:
Switch IF
The interface entry for the Sonet Interfaces table.
Alarm State
The alarms state for the logical interface table
row.
• Get - show the current local loopback status
• Set - enable or disable the local loopback.
Lcl Rmt Lpbk
The line local remote loopback. The settings are
as follows:
• Get - show the current local remote loopback
status.
• Set - enable or disable the local remote
loopback.
Alarm Type
The alarm status information for the alarm state
of a trunk or line.
IF Type
The type of interface used to provide information
about the sonet type: T3, E3.
Frame
The line framing standard for the logical interface
table row.
Note:
Note:
The Sonet Local Loopback and the
Remote Loopback cannot be enabled
at the same time.
Speed
The line speed for the logical interface table row in
units of megabits per second.
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Switch Media - DS1 IF Stats
The DS1 Interface Statistics table shows the DS1
interface statistics on a switch.
To access this table, select Switch Media -> DS1
IF Stats from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This table will display the
following information:
Switch IF
The interface entry for the DS1 Interface
Statistics table.
Bipolar Viol
The number of Bipolar Violations. This statistic is
not applicable for E1 lines.
Out of Multi-Frame
The number of Out of Multi-Frames errors.
All One in Time
The number of All One in Time Slot 16 errors.
Switch Media - DS3 IF Stats
The DS3 Interface Statistics table shows DS3
interfaces on the switch.
To access this table, select Switch Media -> DS3
IF Stats from the Icon Subviews menu for the
StComCommonApp. This table will display the
following information:
Frame Slip
The number of Frame Slip errors.
Switch IF
The interface entry for the DS3 Interface
Statistics table.
Out of Frame
The number of Out of Frame errors.
Out Of Frames
The number of Out of Frame errors.
Loss of Signal
The number of Loss of Signals errors.
Loss of Signal
The number of Loss of Signals errors.
Frame Bit
The number of Frame Bit errors.
Code Violations
The number of Line Code Violations.
CRC
The number of line detection CRC errors.
C-Bit Parity CV
The number of C-bit Parity Code Violations.
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P-Bit Parity CV
The number of P-bit Parity Code Violations.
Loss of Signals
The number of Loss of Signals errors.
PLCP BIP-8 CV
The number of PLCP BIP-8 Code Violations.
ATM Cell Head Checksum
The number of ATM Cell Header Checksum
errors. This field is not applicable (0) to BXM
(Broadband Switch Module).
ATM Cell Head CR
The number of ATM Cell Header Checksum
errors.
Voice Information - Voice Channel
Packet Head CRC
The number of Packet Header CRC errors.
The Voice Channel table has channel specific
configuration information that is available for
each of the voice channels.
PLCP Out of Frame
The number of PLCP Out of Frame errors.
To access this table, select Voice Information ->
Voice Channel from the Icon Subviews menu for
the StComCommonApp. This table will display
the following information:
Switch Media - Sonet IF Stats
The Sonet Interface Statistics table shows the
Sonet interface statistics for the switch.
To access this table, select Switch Media ->
Sonet IF Stats from the Icon Subviews menu for
the StComCommonApp. This table will display
the following information:
Switch IF
An interface entry.
Out Of Frame
The number of Out of Frame errors.
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Slot
The slot number.
Channel
The channel number; this is the index to the
Voice Channel table.
Admin Status
User requested operation for this table. The
values supported on this table are modify and
create.
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Endpt Pointer
Pointer to channel Endpoint table. This may not
necessarily have a value. If there is no
corresponding Voice Channel Entry in the
endpoint table, this field would be “0.”
configured dial type, the current values in the
database shall be retained. Each of the variables
can be set independently. This is true for CDP
and CIP cards. By default every voice connection
is configured with Inband signalling.
IF
The type of line interface associated with this
channel.
Signalling Delay
The signaling delay, in milliseconds (ms), to
assign the user configurable dial type. The value
specified is rounded to the closest multiple of 1.5
ms. The default value for inband is “96” and for
pulse it is “96.” When the dial type is inband or
pulse, the value for this field should not be
provided.
Adaptive Voice
Determines whether the channel is configured for
adaptive voice. This feature must be configured at
both ends of the channel. The adaptive voice
feature must also be equipped at each node
terminating the connection. If the adaptive voice
feature is enabled for a channel connection which
is used for a “c” or “v” connection, VAD is
automatically disabled on that channel when
trunk bandwidth is available, and it is enabled
when trunk bandwidth is needed. By DEFAULT
this is True. This variable is not applicable if the
channel is used for signaling.
Dial Type
Information about the dial type that is used on
the channel. Default is Inband dial type. If type is
user configured, the related objects for which
values need to be provided are: Signalling Delay,
Min Wink, and Playout Delay. If the values for any
of these variables are not provided for user
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Min Wink
The minimum wink, in milliseconds, to assign to
the user configurable dial type. The value
specified is rounded off to the nearest whole
multiple of 3ms. The default value for inband is
“20” and for pulse it is “20.” When the dial type is
inband or pulse, the value for this field should not
be provided.
Playout Delay
The playout delay, in milliseconds, assigned to
the user configurable dial type. The value
specified is rounded. The default value for inband
is “200” and for pulse it is “200.” When the dial
type is inband or pulse, the value for this field
should not be provided.
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Rx Sig ABit through DBit
These fields represent the configurations of bit
conversion to received signaling on a channel.
The value is given as one of the enumeration
above which have the following meaning as shown
in Table 11.
Table 11:
given as one of the enumeration above which have
the following meaning as shown in Table 12.
Table 12: Transmit Signaling for ABit through
DBit
Value
Receive Signaling for ABit through
DBit
Value
Description
one (1)
Signaling bit is 1.
zero (2)
Signaling bit is 0.
xmitTransparent (3)
Transmit signaling bit
transparently.
noXmit (4)
Don’t transmit signaling bit.
revSigBit (5)
Reverse/Inverse signaling bit.
The default value is one. If the signaling is not
used at all, A=1, B=1, C=0, and D=1. The
initialization value is xmitTransparent (3).
Tx Sig ABit through DBit
These fields allow the node to pass A channel
signaling bits through unchanged, or to invert or
hold them at a given value for a CDP/CIP circuit
line. It affects signaling bits in the transmit
direction (e.g. to the CPE/PABX). The value is
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Description
one (1)
Signaling bit is 1.
zero (2)
Signaling bit is 0.
xmitTransparent (3)
Transmit signaling bit
transparently.
donotXmit (4)
Don’t transmit signaling bit.
revSigBit (5)
Reverse/Inverse signaling bit.
The default value is “1.” If the signaling is not
used at all, A=1, B=1, C=0, and D=1. The
initialization value is xmitTransparent (3.)
IF Type Name
The interface type assigned to a channel.
Onhook ABit through DBit
The values of A through D signaling bit, for which
the IPX shall recognize an on-hook condition. The
default value is unknown (4.) The value
corresponding to pre-defined Interface Types have
been given in the table in the “Description” clause
of field Voice Channel IF Type Name. If the
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Interface Type is a pre-defined type, the value is
not provided for this field.
Table 13:
Condition
The name of one of the condition criterion
templates defined in the Voice Conditioning Table.
The value corresponding to pre-defined interface
Types have been given in the table in the
“Description” clause of the object Voice Channel
Interface Type Name. Currently, only the predefined conditioning templates are supported. If
the interface type is pre-defined type, value is not
provided for this field.
Canceller
The integrated echo canceller channel parameters
associated with the specified voice channel. By
default it is disabled. If it has to be enabled from a
disabled state then the values for the variables in
Table 13 have to be supplied.
Voice Channel Echo Canceller
Values
Name
Value
Description
voiceChannelEchoRtnLoss High/
Low
Set the echo return
loss to High/Low
voiceChannelEchotone
Enable/
Disable
Enables or disables
the tone disabler.
voiceChannelEchoConv
Enable/
Disable
Enables or disables
convergence
voiceChannelEchoNlp
Enable/
Disable
Enables or disables
non-linear
Processing
If any one of the variables is not specified, the
previous value of that variable shall be retained. If
the Echo Cancel is to be SET to disable, values for
the related parameters are not allowed in the SET.
Echo Return Loss
The Echo Return Loss if the echo canceller is
enabled. The default value is High (2). If the Echo
Cancel is to be SET to disable, values for the
related parameters are not allowed in the SET.
Tone Disabler
Determines whether the Tone Disabler is enabled.
The default value is Enable (1.) If the Echo Cancel
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is to be SET to disable, values for the related
parameters are not allowed in the SET.
Echo Convergence
Determines whether the Echo Convergence is
enabled. The default value is Enable (1.) If the
Echo Cancel is to be SET to disable, values for the
related parameters are not allowed in the SET.
NonLinear
Determines whether the NonLinear processing is
enabled. The default value is Enable (1.) If the
Echo Cancel is to be SET to disable, values for the
related parameters are not allowed in the SET.
In Gain
The amount of gain inserted at the receiver side of
a CDP/CIP circuit line on voice connections. The
gain is specified in decibels to be assigned to the
channel. The gain can be configured between +6
dB and -8 dB. By default it is zero.
Out Gain
The amount of gain inserted at the transmit side
of a CDP/CIP circuit line on voice connections.
The gain is specified in decibels to be assigned to
the channel. The gain can be configured between
+6 dB and -8 dB. By default it is zero.
% Utilization
The percentage of utilization of this channel. This
object informs the system software of the
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expected utilization rate of connections with
traffic dependent compression algorithm. For use
in voice connections with VAD. Acceptable values
are in the range of 0 to 100. The default value for
voice is 40.
Voice Information - Voice
Endpoint
The Voice Endpoint Table contains configuration
information about each voice channel. This table
is used to model a specific Voice Channel
connection. This table contains parameters which
are required to create a voice connection and
configure the channel.
To access this table, select Voice Information ->
Voice Endpoint from the Icon Subviews menu
for the StComCommonApp. This table will
display the following information:
Index
The index to the Voice Endpoint table.
Remote Node Index
The index for the remote node for this channel
endpoint. For local (intra-node) connections, this
index is associated with the local node and will be
in the range of 1024 to 2047.
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Description
Description for this voice channel. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
and channel for the connection.
Table 14:
Type
Other EndPt Desc
Description for the remote channel. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
and channel for the connection.
Admin Status
The user requested state for voice endpoint table
row. A user can create/delete/modify this voice
channel connection by setting this object
appropriately. To test a particular object, set the
value to “test.”
Oper Status
The actual state of the voice channel. If the state
failed, check No Route Found Failure, Bump
Failure, and Test Failure to determine reason for
failure.
Rate Type
The type of voice connection. Table 14 lists the
types and their descriptions.
Voice Connection Types
Description
a32
Uses ADPCM only. Can select 32/24/16 Kbps
compression.
a16z
Standard 16kbps ADPCM only. Compressed code
can have strings of zeros and should be used on
lines that have other zero code suppression.
c32
Uses both ADPCM and Voice Activity Detection
(VAD).
c24
Can select 32/24/16 Kbps ADPCM compression.
c16z
Standard 16Kbps ADPCM and Voice Activity
Detection (VAD).
p
64 Kbps connection. No compression.
t
Transparent. Clean 64Kbps connection. No
compression.
End Point Fail
Endpoint failed because of a remote endpoint
failure. The remote endpoint is on a node that
resides in another domain making the connection
an inter-domain connection.
No Route Found
Channel connection failed because no route to the
remote channel could be found.
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Bump Failure
Channel connection failed because of insufficient
bandwidth to route to the remote channel. This
may have also been caused because a higher
priority connection took this channel’s
bandwidth. A higher priority connection is one
with the lowest Class Of Service (COS).
Test Failure
Channel failed because of the failure of a
connection test.
Test Type
Specifies the type of test the user would like to
conduct on this endpoint. Only testCon is
currently defined. TestCon performs a test of
voice path integrity in the connection.
Loopback State
Specifies the current Loopback State of the
endpoint. The value returned from this object is a
bitmap of the current loopback states associated
with this endpoint.
Connection Ptr
A pointer to general connection information.
Using this pointer the user can obtain connection
status and routing information. This is an object
identifier specifying the first column of the
appropriate row in the Connection Table.
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Channel Pointer
A pointer to channel configuration information.
Using this pointer the user can obtain all channel
configuration information. This is an object
identifier specifying the first column of the
appropriate row in the Voice Channel Table.
Trunk Avoid
The user selectable types of trunks to avoid for
the transfer of voice channel data. Current
choices are to avoid satellite links, terrestrial
links, or to not avoid any specific type of link. This
object is optional during the creation of the
endpoint.
Avoid ZCS
The flag to force the connection to avoid trunks
with Zero Code Suppression. This object is
optional during the creation of the endpoint.
Endpoint State
The state of the connection endpoint.
Adaptive Voice
Determines if the endpoint supports Adaptive
voice.
Endpt Adaptive
Determines if the other endpoint supports
Adaptive voice.
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Voice Information - Voice EndPt
Stats
Encoding
The type of Encoding used at this endpoint.
Other Encoding
The type of Encoding used at the other endpoint.
The Voice Endpoint Statistics table contains voice
endpoint related statistics.
Endpoint Type
The endpoint type.
Local Lpbk State
The local loopback state the user would like to set
for the endpoint. On a Get, it reflects whether or
not the channel is looped back.
SVC Id
Specifies the 32-bit identifier associated with this
Switched Virtual Circuit (SVC.)
Is SVC
Specifies whether the 32-bit identifier is
associated with a Switched Virtual Circuit (SVC)
or with a Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC.)
To access this table, select Voice Information ->
Voice EndPt Stats from the Icon Subviews menu
for the StComCommonApp. This table will
display the following information:
Vc EndPt Index
The index for the Voice Endpoint Statistics table.
Packets Rx
The number of packets received from the Muxbus
by the local port card.
Packets Tx
The number of packets transmitted from the local
port card onto the Muxbus.
Rx Pkts Discard
The number of packets received from the Muxbus
by the local port card which are discarded before
being transmitted out to the port.
Sprv Pkts Tx
The number of supervisory packets transmitted
from the local port onto the Muxbus. Supervisory
packets reflect signaling bit transitions for voice
connections.
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Sprv Pkts Rx
The number of supervisory packets received from
Muxbus associated with a connection.
Voice Information - Voice EndPt
Map
V25 Modem On
The number of seconds the V.25 modem is
detected and the connection is upgraded to PCM
(Pulse Code Modulation).
This table allows you to determine the table
indices associated with the connection which are
defined by the physical attributes of slot and
channel.
DSI On
The number of seconds that a connection is
performing Digital Speech Interpolation (DSI).
To access this table, select Voice Information ->
Voice EndPt Map from the Icon Subviews menu
for the StComCommonApp. This table will
display the following information:
Offhook
The number of seconds that a connection is
offhook. The onhook state is determined by
onhook A/B/C/D bits defined by variables in the
Voice Endpoint Table. A connection which is not
onhook is treated as offhook.
Inservice
The number of seconds a connection is in-service.
A connection is said to be in-service if its
endpoints are not in alarm, the cards required to
support this connection are present, and the
connection is routed.
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Slot
The slot number associated with the requested
connection endpoint.
Channel
The channel number associated with the
requested connection endpoint.
Endpoint Pointer
This field contains a pointer in the service specific
endpoint table which corresponds to the slot and
channel specified in the columns above.
Connection Pointer
This field contains a pointer in the connTable
which corresponds to the slot and channel
specified in the columns above.
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Trunk Information - Frame Relay
Trunk
Rx Capacity
The Receive Capacity on this trunk in packets per
second.
The Frame Relay Routing Trunk Table shows
trunk packet information, other end of the trunk
information, and Bursty Data B information.
Rx Load
The Receive Load on this trunk in packets per
second.
To access this table, select Trunk Information
-> Frame Relay Trunk from the Icon Subviews
menu for the StComCommonApp. This table will
display the following information:
Other End Type
The type of node or shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
Other End Name
The name of the shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
Switch IF
An interface entry for the Frame Relay Trunk
table.
Status
The alarm state for the logical interface table row.
Alarm Enable
A field to disable/enable a trunk alarm.
Other End IF
The index at the other end of this trunk.
Communic Status
The communication status of the protocol on this
trunk.
Tx Capacity
The Transmit Capacity on this trunk in packets
per second.
Other End IP
The IP address of the shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
Other End Domain
The domain of the shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
Tx Rate
The trunk transmission rate in unit of packets per
second.
Tx Load
The Transmit Load on this trunk in packets per
second.
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Pass Sync
The selection of this trunk to pass
synchronization to the network clock. The default
value of this field is “no” (2.)
Link Type
The physical link type of the trunk. The default
value for this object is “terrestrial (1.)”
Stat Reserve
The statistical reserve in packets per second for
this trunk. The default value for this field is “600
cps.”
Trunk Information - ATM Trunk
Loop Clock
This field indicates if this trunk has been
configured to loop receive clock back to transmit.
The default value for this field is “no” (2.)
B Data B Queue
The depth of Bursty Data B transmission queue
(in decimal) of this trunk.
B Data B Hi CLP
The transmission high CLP threshold (in
percentage) for Bursty Data B traffic of this trunk.
The default value for this field is “75%.”
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To access these tables, select Trunk Information
-> ATM Trunk from the Icon Subviews menu for
the StComCommonApp. These tables, ATM
Trunk Table 1 and ATM Trunk Table 2, will
display the following information:
ATM Trunk Table 1
B Data B EFCN
The transmission EFCN threshold (in decimal) for
Bursty Data B traffic of this trunk.
B Data B Low CLP
The transmission low CLP threshold (in
percentage) for Bursty Data B of this trunk. The
default value for this field is “25%.”
The ATM Trunk Tables show ATM Trunk packet
information, other end of the trunk information,
Switched Virtual Ciruit information, and Bursty
Data B information.
Switch IF
An interface entry for the ATM Trunk table.
Alarm State
The alarms state for the logical interface table
row.
Alarm Enable
A field to disable/enable a trunk alarm.
Communic Status
The communication status of the protocol on this
trunk.
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and also must match the value for the path
through the ATM cloud.
Rx Rate
The trunk receive rate in units of 1000 packets
per second.
Channels Reserv
The number of channels reserved for this trunk.
Tx Capacity
The transmit capacity on this trunk in cells per
second.
Traffic Class
The traffic classes of this trunk. Table 15 lists the
bit number and classes description.
Tx Load
The transmit load on this trunk in cells per
second.
Table 15:
Rx Capacity
The receive capacity on this trunk in cells per
second.
Bit Number Class Description
Rx Load
The receive load on this trunk in cells per second.
Trunk Type
The type of trunk. The values of trunk type
CBR(2), trunk type VBR(3), and trunk type ABR(4)
are writable for virtual trunks only. The trunk
type PHY(1) value is returned for a get-request on
a physical trunk.
VPI
The VPI (Virtual Path Identifier) used on this
virtual trunk. The maximum value is “255” for
DS3 trunks, and “63” for OC3 trunks. The
minimum value for set-request PDUs is “1.” This
value must be unique on a physical trunk port
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bit 0
Voice
bit 1
Time Stamped
bit 2
Non-Time
Stamped
bit 3
Frame Relay
bit 4
not used
bit 5
ForeSight
bit 6
ATM CBR
bit 7
ATM VBR
bit 8
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End Type
The type of node or shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
ATM Trunk Table 2
Switch IF
An interface entry for the ATM Trunk table.
End Name
The name of the shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
SVC LCN Low
The lower limit of the LCN (Logical Channel
Number) value which can be used on this trunk.
End IP Addr
The IP address of the shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
End IF
The switch interface index at the other end of this
trunk.
End Domain
The domain of the shelf at the other end of this
trunk.
LCN Rx for SVC
The number of LCNs (Logical Channel Number)
reserved for the SVCs (Switched Virtual Circuit)
on this trunk. The other SVC parameters are valid
if this field has a non-zero value.
Share LCN
Whether the LCNs (Logical Channel Number) are
shared per port basis or per card basis.
SVC LCN High
The upper limit of the LCN (Logical Channel
Number) value which can be used on this trunk
for SVCs (Switched Virtual Circuits.)
SVC VPI Low
The SVC VPI lower limit. The partitioning is based
on the STI Header VC-format. The 16-bit
concatenated VPI/VCI field is partitioned between
PVC and SVC. On a physical trunk a range will be
reserved for SVCs.
SVC VPI High
The SVC VPI upper limit. The partitioning is
based on the STI Header VC-format. The 16-bit
concatenated VPI/VCI field is partitioned between
PVC and SVC. On a physical trunk a range will be
reserved for SVCs.
SVC VCI Low
The SVC VCI lower limit.
SVC VCI High
The SVC VCI upper limit.
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SVC Queue Map
A 32-bit octet string which represents the queue
bin allocation. If the bit is set to “1,” it is allocated
to SVCs and if “0” it is allocated to PVCs.
Loop Clock
This field indicates if this trunk has been
configured to loop receive clock back to transmit.
The default value for this field is “no” (2.)
SVC Egress Queue
The egress queue pool size.
BDataB Tx Queue
The depth of Bursty Data B transmission queue
(in decimal.) The default value for this field is
“8000.”
SVC BW
The bandwidth partition available for SVCs.
SVC In Use
This field is set by the INS to indicate that SVC
partitioning information is being used by INS. The
initial value is “notInUse.” This field is valid if
ATM Port Service Channels is non-zero.
Tx Rate
The trunk transmission rate in unit of cells per
second.
Pass Synchroniz
The selection of this trunk to pass
synchronization to the network clock. The default
value for this object is “yes “ (1.)
Stat Reserve
The Statistical Reserve in cells per second for this
trunk.
BDataB Rx Queue
The depth of Bursty Data B receiving queue (in
decimal.) The default value for this field is “8000.”
BDataB Tx EFCN
The transmision EFCN threshold (in decimal) for
Bursty Data B of this trunk. The default value for
this field is “8000.”
BDataB Rx EFCN
The receiving EFCN threshold (in decimal) for
Bursty Data B of this trunk. The default value for
this field is “8000.”
BDataB Tx CLP High
The transmission high CLP threshold (in
percentage) for Bursty Data B of this trunk. The
default value for this field is “75.”
BDataB Rx CLP High
The receiving high CLP threshold (in percentage)
for Bursty Data B of this trunk. This field is not
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applicable (-1) to BPX ATM trunk (BNI or BXM.)
The default value for this field is “75.”
BDataB Tx CLP Low
The transmission low CLP threshold (in
percentage) for Bursty Data B of this trunk. This
field is not applicable (-1) to IPX or IGX ATM
trunks. The default value for this field is “25.”
BDataB Rx CLP Low
The receiving low CLP threshold (in percentage)
for Bursty Data B of this trunk. This field is not
applicable (-1) to BPX ATM trunk (BNI or BXM.)
The default value for this object is “25.”
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Trunk Information - Frame Relay
Trunk Stat
The Frame Relay Trunk Packet Statistics Table
shows transmit packet statistics.
To access this table, select Trunk Information
-> Frame Relay Trunk Stat from the Icon
Subviews menu for the StComCommonApp. This
table will display the following information:
Switch IF
An interface entry on the Frame Relay Trunk
Statistics table.
Max Port on Channel
The maximum number of channels a BXM trunk
port can support. This field is applicable to BXM
trunk only. The default value for this field is
“1484.”
CRC
The number of Fast Packet CRC errors.
Link Type
The physical link type of the trunk. The default
value for this field is “terrestrial (1).”
Tx Voice Drop
The number of transmitted voice fast packets
dropped.
Deroute Delay Timer
The deroute delay timer of the trunk in unit of
second. The default value for this object is “0.”
Tx Time-Stamp Drop
The number of transmitted time-stamped packets
dropped.
Out of Frame
The number of Fast Packet Out of Frame errors.
Tx Non T-S Drop
The number of transmitted non time-stamped
packets dropped.
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ATM Trunk Statistics Packet Table
Tx High Prio Drop
The number of transmitted high priority packets
dropped.
Tx BDataA Drop
The number of transmitted Bursty Data A packets
dropped.
Tx BDataB Drop
The number of transmitted Bursty Data B
packets dropped.
Switch IF
The interface for the ATM Trunk Statistics Packet
Table.
Tx Voice Drop
The number of transmitted voice fast packets
dropped.
Tx T-S Drop
The number of transmitted time-stamped packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Tx to Line
The number of total packets transmitted to the
line.
Trunk Information - ATM Trunk
Stat
Tx Non T-S Drop
The number of transmitted non time-stamped
packets dropped. This statistic is not applicable
to BPX trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
The ATM Trunk Statistics Table shows packet
and cell statistics in the ATM Trunk Statistics
Packet Table and the ATM Trunk Statistics Cell
Table.
Tx High Prio Drop
The number of transmitted high priority packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
To access these tables, select Trunk Information
-> ATM Trunk Stat from the Icon Subviews
menu for the StComCommonApp. These tables,
ATM Trunk Statistics Packet Table and ATM
Trunk Statistics Cell Table, will display the
following information:
Tx BDataA Drop
The number of transmitted bursty data A packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
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Tx BDataB Drop
The number of transmitted bursty data B packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx BDataB Drop
The number of received bursty data B packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx Voice Drop
The number of received voice packets dropped.
This statistic is not applicable to BPX trunks, “0”
is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx Spacer Drop
The number of received Spacer Packets dropped.
This statistic is not applicable to BPX trunks, “0”
is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx T-S Drop
The number of received tim-stamped packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Tx To Line
The number of total packets transmitted to the
line. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx Non T-S Drop
The number of received non time-stamped
packets dropped. This statistic is not applicable
to BPX trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx From Line
The number of total packets received from the
line. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx High Prio Drop
The number of received high priority packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
Rx BDataA Drop
The number of received bursty data A packets
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to BPX
trunks, “0” is returned for BPX trunks.
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Switch IF
The interface for the ATM Trunk Statistics Cell
Table.
Tx Voice Drop
The number of transmitted ATM voice cells
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to ATM
Virtual trunks, “0” is returned for ATM Virtual
trunks.
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Tx T-S Drop
The number of transmitted time-stamped ATM
cells dropped. This statistic is not applicable to
ATM Virtual trunks, “0” is returned for ATM
Virtual trunks.
Tx CBR Drop
The number of ATM CBR cells dropped. This
statistic is not applicable to IPX/IGX ATM trunks,
“0” is returned for IPX/IGX ATM trunks.
Tx Non T-S Drop
The number of transmitted non time-stamped
ATM cells dropped. This statistic is not applicable
to ATM Virtual trunks, “0” is returned for ATM
Virtual trunks.
Tx High Prio Drop
The number of transmitted high priority ATM
cells dropped. This statistic is not applicable to
ATM Virtual trunks, “0” is returned for ATM
Virtual trunks.
Tx BDataA Drop
The number of transmitted Bursty Data A cells
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to ATM
Virtual trunks, “0” is returned for ATM Virtual
trunks.
Tx VBR Drop
The number of transmitted ATM VBR cells
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to
IPX/IGX ATM trunks, “0” is returned for IPX/IGX
ATM trunks.
Tx ABR Drop
The number of transmitted ATM ABR cells
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to
IPX/IGX ATM trunks, “0” is returned for IPX/IGX
ATM trunks.
Tx To Line
The number of total cells transmitted to the line.
Rx From Port
The number of total cells received from the port.
Tx BDataB Drop
The number of transmitted Bursty Data B cells
dropped. This statistic is not applicable to ATM
Virtual trunks, “0” is returned for ATM Virtual
trunks.
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Table 16:
Option
This section describes the device-specific
StrataCom Frame Relay application. The
StrataCom Frame Relay application is supported
by the StComFRApp model type. Table 16 lists
the application-specific subviews available from
the Icon Subviews menu for this application.
Descriptions of the subviews follow this table.
Endpoint
Statistics
Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Option
Opens the...
Bandwidth Class
Bandwidth Class view
(Page 70).
Endpoint
Configuration
Endpoint Configuration view (Page
72).
Device Management
Opens the...
Endpoint Statistics view (Page 78).
Model Information Model Information view described in
SPECTRUM Views.
These subviews allow you to view the values for
various MIB objects that will assist you in
managing the Frame Relay connectivity of the
Cisco StrataCom switch. Additional functionality
is available if SPECTRUM’s Frame Relay Manager
is installed. See Advanced Application Integrations
(Page 120) for more information.
Table 16:
Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections (Continued)
Bandwidth Class
This option displays the Frame Relay Bandwidth
Class view, which includes the Frame Relay
Bandwidth Class Table and the Other Endpoint
Bandwidth Class Table.
The Frame Relay Bandwidth Table describes the
Frame Relay Bandwidth Classes available on the
node. In order to avoid specifying all the
bandwidth parameters while creating a frame
relay connection, the user can specify a frame
relay bandwidth class by its number, which is
available as the index into these tables.
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Frame Relay Bandwidth Class Table
Max Credits
The maximum credits that can be accrued for this
endpoint.
Index
The index for the Frame Relay Bandwidth Class
Table.
Ecn Queue
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for this endpoint’s
transmit queue. The value is specified in bytes.
MIR(100b/s)
The Minimum Transmit Bandwidth (MIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for this
endpoint.
CIR(100b/s)
The value of this field is equal to the Committed
Information Rate (CIR) parameter (in 100s of bits
per second) for this endpoint.
VC Queue
The value of this field is the maximum queue
depth (in bytes) for this endpoint.
% Utilization
The value of this field is equal to the channel
percentage utilization setting for this endpoint.
This is the expected long-term utilization of the
channel by this endpoint.
BC
The value of this field is equal to the committed
burst size (Bc) parameter (in bytes) for this
endpoint.
PIR(100b/s)
The Peak Transmit Bandwidth (PIR) parameter (in
100s of bits per second) for this endpoint.
Be
The value of this field is equal to the excess burst
size (Be) parameter (in bytes) for this endpoint.
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QIR(100b/s)
The transmit Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for this
endpoint. This value can range between the MIR
and PIR values and must be between 2400 and
204800. This parameter has meaning only if the
Endpoint Enable FST parameter is set to true.
ForeSight
The value of this object determines whether or not
the ForeSight option is being used. If set to false,
the ForeSight is not used, and if true then
ForeSight will be used.
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Description
String describing the remote endpoint. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
port, and DLCI for the endpoint.
Be
The value of this field is equal to the excess burst
size (Be) parameter (in bytes) for the other
endpoint.
From Other Endpoint Table
Max Credits
The maximum credits that can be accrued for the
other endpoint.
Index
The index for the From Other Endpoint Table.
Ecn Queue
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for the other
endpoint’s receive queue. This value is specified
in bytes.
MIR(100b/s)
The Minimum Receive Bandwidth (MIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for the
other endpoint.
CIR(100b/s)
The value of this field is equal to the Committed
Information Rate (CIR) parameter (in 100s of bits
per second) for the other endpoint.
VC Queue
The value of this field is the maximum queue
depth (in bytes) for this endpoint.
Bc
The value of this field is equal to the committed
burst size (Bc) parameter (in bytes) for the
endpoint.
PIR
The Peak Receive Bandwidth (PIR) parameter (in
100s of bits per second) for the other endpoint.
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QIR(100B/s)
The receive Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for the
other endpoint.
% Utilization
The value of this field is equal to the channel
percentage utilization setting for the other
endpoint.
Endpoint Configuration
This option displays the Frame Relay End Point
view, which includes the Frame Relay Endpoint
Table and the Frame Relay Other Endpoint Table.
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These tables define Frame Relay connection
endpoint configuration. Each connection (Virtual
Circuit (VC) or Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC))
endpoint describes the particular characteristics
of the endpoint. Such information as local and
remote endpoint description, class of service,
input and output bandwidth parameters, special
PVC options, and PVC statistics are maintained in
the endpoint. Also, mechanisms for determining
the connection information associated with this
endpoint, the next endpoint of a bundle or group,
and a means for creating or deleting this endpoint
are included.
Frame Relay Endpoint Table
Index
Index into this table for this endpoint. Although
only 1024 endpoints may exist on a node, 1048
possible index values exist to support DAX (intranode) connections.
Description
String describing this endpoint. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
port, and DLCI for the endpoint. Domain and
nodename need not be given but slot, port, and
DLCI values must exist.
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Admin Status
User requested state for endpoint table row. A
user can create this Virtual Circuit (VC) or delete
this VC by setting this object appropriately. If the
endpoint is to be modified, set this object
identifier to modify. The user also has the
capability to test a particular object. For this
capability, the user must set this value to test.
Oper Status
The actual state of the endpoint. If the state is
failed, then look to the objects No Route Found
Failure, Bump Failure, Endpoint Failure, and
Test Failure to determine reason for failure.
No Route Found
Endpoint is failed because no route to the remote
endpoint could be found.
Bump Failure
Endpoint is failed because of insufficient
bandwidth to route to the remote endpoint. This
may have also been caused because a higher
priority connection took this endpoint’s
bandwidth. A higher priority connection is one
with the lowest Class Of Service (COS).
Endpoint Fail
Endpoint is failed because of a remote endpoint
failure. The remote endpoint is on a node that
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resides in another domain making the connection
an inter-domain connection.
Test Failure
Endpoint is failed because of the failure of a
connection test.
Connection Ptr
Pointer to general connection information. Using
this pointer the user can obtain connection status
and routing information. Specifically, this is an
object identifier specifying the first column of the
appropriate row in the Connection Table.
Next Pointer
Pointer to next endpoint information. This allows
logical sets of endpoints to be linked up; for
example, the endpoints associated with a bundle
or group. Specifically, this is an object identifier
specifying the first column of the appropriate row
in the Frame Relay Endpoint Table.
Ptr Next EdPt
Pointer to next endpoint information for the port
associated with this endpoint. For example, using
this pointer, all frame relay endpoints on a given
slot port can be determined. Specifically, this is
an object identifier specifying the first column of
the appropriate row in the Frame Relay Endpoint
Table.
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Trunk Avoid
User selectable types of trunks to avoid for the
transfer of FRP data. Current choices are to avoid
satellite links, terrestrial links, or to not avoid any
specific type of link. This object is optional during
the creation of the endpoint.
Avoid ZCS
Flag to force the connection to avoid trunks with
Zero Code Suppression (ZCS). This field is
optional during the creation of the endpoint.
Sub Type
Displays the Frame Relay endpoint subtype
object.
Endpt Bandwidth
User selectable connection class which defines
the operating parameters for the connection. Any
or all of these parameters can be overridden by
specifying the bandwidth parameters directly.
This object is required during the creation of an
endpoint.
MIR
The Minimum Transmit Bandwidth (MIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for this
endpoint. During creation of an endpoint, this
object is required if no class index is provided.
This is because the default values of bandwidth
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parameters not provided are derived from this
object.
VcQSize and the Bc are provided, the values are
tested for compatibility.
CIR
The value of this object is equal to the Committed
Information Rate (CIR) parameter (in 100s of bits
per second) for this endpoint. This value will be
defaulted to the provided MIR during an endpoint
create. 0-CIR feature allows this object to be 0.
PIR
The Peak Transmit Bandwidth (PIR) parameter (in
100s of bits per second) for this endpoint. This
parameter is entered instead of the Frame Relay
Endpoint Excess Burst Size (Be) parameter. This
value defaults to the current port speed of the
associated interface.
Committed Burst
The value of this object is equal to the committed
burst size (Bc) parameter (in bytes) for this
endpoint. This parameter is entered instead of the
Frame Relay Endpoint VcQSize parameter. If both
the Bc and VcQSize are provided, the values are
tested for compatibility.
Excess Burst
The value of this object is equal to the excess
burst size (Be) parameter (in bytes) for this
endpoint. This parameter is entered instead of the
Frame Relay Endpoint PIR parameter. If both the
Be and the PIR are provided, the values are tested
for compatibility.
Queue Depth
The value of this object is the maximum queue
depth (in bytes) for this endpoint. This parameter
is entered instead of the Frame Relay Endpoint
Committed Burst Size (Bc) parameter. If both the
Device Management
Max Credits
The maximum credits that can be accrued for this
endpoint.
Congest Notif
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for this endpoint’s
transmit queue. This value is specified in bytes.
When the Frame Relay Endpoint VcQSize value
exceeds this value, then the FECN (Forward
Explicit Congestion Notification) bit will be set in
all frames transmitted to the remote endpoint.
QIR
The transmit Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for this
endpoint. This value can range between the MIR
and PIR values and must be between 2400 and
204800. This parameter has meaning only if the
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information about all the connections using that
Connection Table entry whereas this object
provides the same information for this endpoint.
Frame Relay Endpoint Enable FST parameter is
set to “true.”
% Utilization
The value of this object is equal to the channel
percentage utilization setting for this endpoint.
This is the expected long-term utilization of the
channel by this endpoint.
Local Loopback
Specifies the Local Loopback state you can set for
the endpoint.
ForeSight
The value of this object determines whether or not
the ForeSight option is being used. If set to false,
the ForeSight is not used, and if true then
ForeSight will be used.
Note:
Note:
This object CANNOT be set for ATFR
or ATFST connection during
connection modification.
Priority
The value of this object determines the priority
that is given to the data. If set to low, then the
data is given the standard priority, and if set to
high, the data will be given a higher priority.
Higher priority data is placed at the beginning of
the port’s queues.
Group Flag
Specifies whether this is a grouped connection.
The MIB object Group Flag provides grouping
Device Management
Loc Rmt Lpbk
Specifies the Local-Remote Loopback state you
can set for the endpoint.
Loopback State
Specifies the current Loopback state of the
endpoint. The value returned from this object is a
bitmap of the current loopback states which the
endpoint has configured. There are currently 16
loopback states an endpoint may have configured.
If NO LOOPBACK is configured, the agent will
return “-1.”
Test Type
Specifies the type of test the user would like to
conduct on this endpoint. There are currently two
types of tests. Test will exercise continuity, while
Test Delay will calculate the delay incurred on the
connection. The result of the Test Delay may then
be accessed through the Frame Relay Endpoint
Round Trip Delay object. To invoke a test, the
Admin Status is required to be set to test (4). The
NoLoop options provide the user the capability to
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execute the tests without automatically invoking
a loopback at the remote endpoint.
MIR
The Minimum Receive Bandwidth (MIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for the
other endpoint. This parameter is actually the
Frame Relay Endpoint MIR parameter for the
remote endpoint. During creation of an endpoint,
this object is required if no class index is
provided. This is because the default values of
bandwidth parameters not provided are derived
from this object.
Round Trip Delay
The value of this object is the calculated round
trip delay (measured in milliseconds) of this
Frame Relay endpoint. A delay test is invoked
through setting the Frame Relay Endpoint Test
Type object to Test Delay.
Group Description
Describes the group this endpoint is associated
with. The format of the group text description is
domain.node.grp_number.
CIR
The value of this field is equal to the Committed
Information Rate (CIR) parameter (in 100s of bits
per second) for the other endpoint. This
parameter is actually the Frame Relay Endpoint
CIR parameter for the remote endpoint. 0-CIR
feature allows this object to be 0.
Frame Relay Other Endpoint Table
Index
Index into this table for this endpoint.
Endpt Index
Index into remote node’s Frame Relay Endpoint
Table for this PVC endpoint. For DAX (intra-node)
connections, this index is associated with the
local node and will be in the range of 1024 to
2047.
Description
String describing the remote endpoint. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
port, and DLCI for the endpoint.
Device Management
Bc
The value of this field is equal to the committed
burst size (Bc) parameter (in bytes) for the
endpoint.
Be
The value of this field is equal to the excess burst
size (Be) parameter (in bytes) for the other
endpoint.
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Endpoint Statistics
Queue
The value of this field is the maximum queue
depth (in bytes) for this endpoint.
This option displays the Frame Relay End Point
Statistics view, which defines Frame Relay
connection endpoint statistics with information in
the following areas:
PIR
The Peak Receive bandwidth (PIR) parameter (in
100s of bits per second) for the other endpoint.
• Received or transmitted frame statistics
• Received or transmitted but discarded frame
statistics
• Frame relay flow and congestion control
statistics
• Received or transmitted frame and bytes over
CIR
Max Credit
The maximum credits that can be accrued for the
other endpoint.
Expl cong
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for the other
endpoint’s receive queue. This value is specified
in bytes.
Received Statistics Table
QIR
The receive Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter (in 100s of bits per second) for the
other endpoint. This value can range between the
MIR and PIR values and must be between 2400
and 2048000.
% Util
The value of this object is equal to the channel
percentage utilization setting for the other
endpoint. This is the expected long-term
utilization of the channel by the other endpoint.
Device Management
EndPt Index
The index to the Frame Relay Endpoint Received
Statistics table.
Bytes
The number of frame bytes received from the local
frame relay port.
Frames
The number of frames received from the local
frame relay port.
Packets
The number of packets received from the Muxbus
by the local port card.
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Bytes DE set
The number of frames received from the local
frame relay port with their DE bit set. DE bits are
only counted by model D frame relay firmware or
later.
Frames DE set
The number of frames received from the local
frame relay port with their DE bit set. DE bits are
only counted by model D frame relay firmware or
later.
Transmit Statistics Table
EndPt Index
The index to the Transmit Statistics Table.
Bytes
The number of frame bytes received from the
Muxbus and transmitted out the frame relay port.
Frames
The number of frames transmitted out the frame
relay port.
Bytes Excess CIR
Frame Relay Endpoint received bytes from port in
excess of CIR (Committed Information Rate.)
Packets
The number of packets transmitted to the
Muxbus by the local port card.
Frames Excess CIR
Frame Relay Endpoint received frames from port
in excess of CIR.
Frames FECN
The number of frames transmitted out the local
frame relay port with FECN bit set.
Sec In Services
The number of seconds in which a connection is
in service. A connection is considered to be in
service if its endpoint is not in alarm, the cards
required to support the connection are present,
and the connection is routed.
Frames BECN
The number of frames transmitted out the local
frame relay port with BECN (Backward Explicit
Congestion Notification) bit set.
Congest Minutes
Number of minutes in which 50% or more frames
are tagged FECN (Forward Explicit Congestion
Notification) by the FRP.
Device Management
Frames DE set
The number of frames transmitted out the local
frame relay port with their DE (Discard Eligible)
bit set. DE bits are only counted by model D
frame relay firmware or later.
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Bytes Excess CIR
Frame Relay Endpoint transmitted bytes from
port in excess of CIR.
Rx Frames DE set
The number of frames received from the local
frame relay port with their DE bit set, which are
discarded before being transmitted onto the
Muxbus. DE bits are only counted by model D
frame relay firmware or later.
Frames Excess CIR
Frame Relay Endpoint transmitted frames from
port in excess of CIR.
Discarded Statistics Table
EndPt Index
The index to the Discarded Statistics Table.
Rx Bytes
The number of frame bytes received from the local
frame relay port but discarded before being
transmitted onto the Muxbus, due to the age of
the frame in the IPX system or lack of buffer
space.
Rx Frames
The number of frames received from the local
frame relay port but discarded before being
transmitted onto the Muxbus, due to the age of
the frame in the IPX system or lack of buffer
space.
Tx Bytes
The number of frame bytes received from the
Muxbus but discarded before being transmitted
out the frame relay port, due to the age of the
frame in the IPX system, CRC error, or lack of
buffer space.
Tx Frames
The number of frames, which are discarded by
the local frame relay card before being
transmitted out the local port, due to the age of
the frame in the IPX system, a CRC error, or lack
of buffer space.
Rx Packets
The number of packets received from the Muxbus
by the local port card but discarded before being
transmitted.
Device Management
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Stratacom ATM Application
Table 17:
This section describes the device-specific
StrataCom ATM application. The StrataCom ATM
application is supported by the
StComATMSwApp model type. Table 17 lists the
application-specific subviews available from the
Icon Subviews menu for this application.
Descriptions of the subviews follow this table.
These subviews allow you to view the values for
various MIB objects that will assist you in
managing the ATM connectivity of the Cisco
StrataCom switch. Additional functionality is
available if SPECTRUM’s ATM Circuit Manager is
installed. See Advanced Application Integrations
(Page 120) for more information.
Table 17:
Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Option
Opens the...
Bandwidth Class
Bandwidth Class view
(Page 81).
Endpoint
Configuration
Endpoint Configuration view (Page
85).
Device Management
Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections (Continued)
Option
Endpoint
Statistics
Opens the...
Endpoint Statistics view (Page 98).
Model Information Model Information view described in
SPECTRUM Views.
Bandwidth Class
This option opens the Bandwidth Class view, whic
shows the ATM Bandwidth Class table and the
Other End Port table.
ATM Bandwidth Class Table
Index
The index for the ATM Bandwidth Class Table.
VC Queue
The value of this object is the maximum queue
depth (in cells) for this endpoint.
EFCI Queue
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for this endpoint’s
transmit queue. This value is a percentage.
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QIR
The transmit Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter (in cells per second) for this endpoint.
CLP Low
The value of this object is equal to the CLP (Cell
Loss Priority) tagging deactivation threshold for
this endpoint.
% Utilization
The value of this object is equal to the channel
percentage utilization setting for this endpoint.
This is the expected long-term utilization of the
channel by this endpoint.
CBS
The value of this object is equal to the Compliant
Burst Size (CBS) in cells for this endpoint. This
object corresponds to the Maximum Burst Size
(MBS) defined by ATM standard documents.
IBS
The value of this object is equal to the Initial
Burst Size in cells for this endpoint.
CCDV
The value of this object is equal to the Compliant
Cell Delay Variation for this endpoint. It
corresponds to the CDVT (0+1) parameter defined
by the ATM standard documents.
CLP High
The value of this object is equal to the CLP (Cell
Loss Priority) tagging activation threshold for this
endpoint.
Device Management
CLP Tagging
The value of this object enables the CLP (Cell Loss
Priority) tagging for handling non-compliant cells.
When enabled the CLP bit is set on non-compliant
cells. When disabled non-compliant cells are
discarded.
ForeSight
The value of this object determines whether or not
the ForeSight option is being used. If set to false,
then ForeSight is not used, and if true then
ForeSight will be used.
ForeS Rate Up
The value of this object is equal to the ForeSight
Rate Up value in cells per second per adjust for
this endpoint.
ForeS Rate Down
The value of this object is equal to the ForeSight
Rate Down value expressed as percentage of MCR
(Minimum Cell Rate).
QIR To
The value of this object is equal to the QIR
timeout value. This object corresponds to the
Initial Cell Rate (ICR) timeout.
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to a destination and back. This object applies only
to ABR without ForeSight.
FS Min Adjust
The value of this object is equal to the ForeSight
minimum adjustment period.
TBE
Transient Buffer Exposure (TBE) is the negotiated
number of cells that the network would like to
limit the source of sending during startup
periods, before the first RM-cell returns. This
object applies only to ABR without ForeSight.
Description
This field contains a textual description of this
Frame Relay Bandwidth Class.
BCM
The value of this object enables the generation of
RM (Resource Management) cells when
congestion is detected in the connection.
FGCRA
The value of this object enables FGCRA (Framebased Generic Rate Control Algorithm). FGCRA is
applicable with AAL-5 (ATM Adaptation Layer)
traffic only.
Policing
Specifies the traffic policing for this endpoint.
Connection Type
The value of this object defines the connection
type associated with this class.
PCR
The Peak Cell Rate (PCR) (0+1) specifies an upper
bound on rate at which traffic can be submitted
on an ATM connection. This object applies to the
First Leaky Bucket for leaving cells with Cell Loss
Priority of “0” or “1.”
NRM
The Normal Response Mode (NRM) is the
maximum number of cells a source may send for
each forward RM-cell. This object applies only to
ABR (Available Bit Rate) without ForeSight.
FRTT
The Fixed Round-Trip Time (FRTT) is the sum of
the fixed and propagation delays from the source
Device Management
VS/VD
Virtual Source/Virtual Destination (VS/VD) is
used to divide an ABR connection into two or
more separately controlled ABR segments. This
flag indicates whether the ATM endpoint (both
ends) will serve as VS/VD or not. This object
applies only to ABR without ForeSight.
SCR
Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) is an upper bound on
the conforming average rate of an ATM
connection, over time scales which are long
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relative to those for which the PCR is defined.
Enforcement of this bound by the UPC could
allow the network to allocate sufficient resources,
but less than those based on the PCR, and still
ensure that the performance objectives (e.g., Cell
Loss Ration) can be achieved.
MCR
Minimum Cell Rate (MCR) specifies the rate at
which the source is always allowed to send.
Other End-Port Table
Index
The index into the From Other End-Port Table.
VC Queue
The value of this field is the maximum queue
depth (in cells) for the other endpoint.
EFCI Queue
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for the other
endpoint’s transmit queue.
QIR
The transmit Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter (in cells bits per second) for the other
endpoint. This value can range between the MIR
and PIR values and must be between “0” and
“96000.” This parameter has meaning only for
Device Management
ForeSight connections. This field corresponds to
the Initial Cell Rate (ICR.)
% Utilization
The value of this object is equal to the channel
percentage utilization setting for the other
endpoint. This is the expected long-term
utilization of the channel by the other endpoint.
CBS
The value of this object is equal to the Compliant
Burst Size (CBS) in cells for the other endpoint.
This field corresponds to the Maximum Burst Size
(MBS) defined by ATM standard documents.
IBS
The value of this field is equal to the Initial Burst
Size (IBS) in cells for the other endpoint.
CCDV
The value of this field is equal to the Compliant
Dell Delay Variation (CCDV) for the other
endpoint.
CLP High
The value of this field is equal to the Cell Loss
Priority (CLP) tagging activation threshold for the
other endpoint.
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ensure that the performance objectives (e.g., Cell
Loss Ration) can be achieved.
CLP Low
The value of this field is equal to the Cell Loss
Priority (CLP) tagging deactivation threshold for
the other endpoint.
MCR
Other end Minimum Cell Rate (MCR), specifies
the rate at which the source is always allowed to
send.
BCM
The value of this field enables the generation of
RM (Resource Management) cells when
congestion is detected in the connection. This is
the other endpoint view.
Endpoint Configuration
FGCRA
The value of this field enables Frame-based
Generic Rate Control Algorithm (FGCRA), which is
applicable with AAl-5 traffic only.
PCR
The Peak Cell Rate (0+1) (PCR), specifies an upper
bound on rate at which traffic can be submitted
on an ATM connection. This field applies to the
First Leaky Bucket for leaving cells with Cell Loss
Priority of “0” or “1.”
SCR
The Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR), is an upper
bound on the conforming average rate of an ATM
connection, over time scales which are long
relative to those for which the PCR is defined.
Enforcement of this bound by the UPC could
allow the network to allocate sufficient resources,
but less than those based on the PCR, and still
Device Management
This option opens the Endpoint Configuration
view, which shows the ATM Endpoint Tables used
to model a PVC endpoint. These tables contain
the traffic parameters for ATM endpoint.
ATM Endpoint Table 1
Index
The index into the table for this endpoint.
Although only 5000 endpoints may exist on a
node, 10000 possible index values exist to
support DAX (intra-node) connections.
Description
Describes this endpoint. Contains information
about the domain, nodename, slot, port, VPI
(Virtual Path Identifier), and VCI (Virtual Channel
Identifier) for the endpoint. Domain and
nodename need not be given but slot, port, VPI,
and VCI values must exist.
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priority connection took this endpoint’s
bandwidth. A higher priority connection is one
with the lowest Class Of Service (COS).
Other Index
The index into the remote node’s ATM Endpoint
table for this endpoint. For DAX (intra-node)
connections, this index is associated with the
local node and will be in the range of 5000 to
9999.
End Point Fail
The endpoint failed because of a remote endpoint
failure. The remote endpoint is on a node that
resides in another domain making the connection
an inter-domain connection.
Other Description
Describes the remote PVC endpoint. Contains
information about the domain, nodename, slot,
port, VPI, and VCI for the endpoint.
Admin Status
The user requested state for endpoint table row. A
user can create this VC or delete this VC by
setting this object appropriately. If the endpoint is
to be modified, set this object identifier to modify.
Oper Status
The actual state of the endpoint. If the state is
failed, check the fields No Route Found, Bump
Failure, and Test Failure to determine reason for
failure.
No Route Found
The endpoint failed because no route to the
remote endpoint can be found.
Bump Failure
The endpoint failed because of insufficient
bandwidth to route to the remote endpoint. This
may have also been caused because a higher
Device Management
Test Failure
The endpoint failed because of the failure of a
connection test.
Connection Ptr
The general connection information pointer.
Using this pointer the user can obtain connection
status and routing information. This is an object
identifier specifying the first column of the
appropriate row in the Connection Table.
Next Pointer
The next endpointer information pointer. This
allows logical sets of endpoints to be linked up;
for example, the endpoints associated with a
bundle or group. This is an object identifier
specifying the first column of the appropriate row
in the ATM Endpoint Table.
Next Endpt Ptr
The next endpoint information pointer for the port
associated with this endpoint; for example, using
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this pointer all ATM endpoints on a given
slot/port can be determined. This is an object
identifier specifying the first column of the
appropriate row in the ATM Endpoint Table.
• Units: cells
• Applicable connection types: ATFR, ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFR, ATFST
• Default:
- ATFR/ATFST: 1366
- others: 16000
• Dependency: VSVD = enable(1)
• Applicable cards:
- ASI: T3/D3 only
• ABR: 1-64000 cells
• ATFR/ATFST: 1-1366 cells
- BXM: 0-64000 cells
Trunk Avoid
The user selectable types of trunks to avoid for
the transfer of ATM data. Current choices are to
avoid satellite links, terrestrial links, or to not
avoid any specific type of link. This object is
optional during the creation of an endpoint.
Avoid ZCS
This is a flag to force the connection to avoid
trunks with Zero Code Suppression (ZCS). This
object is optional during the creation of an
endpoint.
EFCI Queue
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for this endpoint’s
transmit queue. The following configurations
apply:
Sub type
The ATM endpoint subtype object.
BW Class
The user selectable connection class which
defines the operating parameters for the
connection. Any or all of these parameters can be
overridden by specifying the bandwidth
parameters directly. This object is required during
the creation of an endpoint.
• Units: percentage
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Range: MCR-PCR
• Default: 50
• Dependency: ICR >= MCR, VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
VC Queue
The maximum VC queue depth. The following
configurations apply:
Device Management
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QIR
The transmit Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter. Also known as Initial Cell Rate (ICR),
the rate at which a source should send initially
and after an idle period. The following
configurations apply:
• Units: cells per second
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Range: MCR-PCR
• Default: 50
• Dependency: ICR >= MCR, VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
% Utilization
The channel percentage of bandwidth utilization.
Bandwidth allocation based on percent utilization
depends on the connection types. The following
configurations apply:
• Units: % percentage
• Applicable connection types:
- UBR: default = 1%
- CBR: default = 100%
bandwidth allocation = PCR(0+1) * % Util
- VBR, ATFR:
default = min (120* (SCR/PCR), 100%)
bandwidth allocation = PCR (0+1) * %Util
Device Management
ABR, ABRFST, ATFST:
default = 100%
bandwidth allocation = MCR * %Util
CBS
The Compliant Burst Size (CBS.) Also known as
Maximum Burst Size (MBS.) The following
configurations apply:
• Units: cells
• Applicable connections types:
- VBR, ATFR
- ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST: VSVD = enable
(1)
• Default: 1000
• Range:
- BXM: 1-5000000
- ASI: 1-24000
IBS
The Initial Burst Size (IBS.) The following
configurations apply:
• Units: cells
• Applicable connection types: ATFR (1-107
cells), ATFST
• Default: 1
CCDV
The Compliant Cell Delay Variation (CCDV.) Also
known as CDVT (0+1,) Cell Delay Variation
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Tolerance, which specifies the maximum time
period for accumulated violations of cell-arrival
time parameters. This field applies to the First
Leaky bucket for cells with Cell Loss Priority of “0”
or “1.” The following configurations apply:
• Units: microseconds
• Applicable connection types: UBR, CBR, VBR,
ATFR, ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST
• Defaults:
- CBR: 10000
- Others: 250000
• Dependency: This object is not allowed for
BPX -> IPX atf/atfst connections.
• Applicable connections: ABRSTD, ABRFST,
ATFST
• Default: 35%
• Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
Other VC Queue
The other end maximum VC ( Virtual Circuit)
queue depth. The following configurations apply:
• Units: cells
• Applicable connection types: ATFR, ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFR, ATFST
• Default:
- ATFR/ATFST: 1366
- Others: 16000
• Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards:
- ASI: T3/E3 only
• ABR: 1-64000 cells
• ATFR/ATFST: 1-1366 cells
- BXM: 0-64000 cells
CLP High
The Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging activation
threshold. The following configurations apply:
• Units: % of VCQ Size
• Applicable connections: ABRSTD, ABRFST,
ATFST
• Default: 80%
• Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
CLP Low
The Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging deactivation
threshold. The following configurations apply:
Other EFCI Queue
The threshold setting used by the explicit
congestion notification feature for the other
endpoint’s transmit queue. The following
configurations apply:
• Units: % of VCQ Size
Device Management
• Units: percentage
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• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFR, ATFST
• Default:
- ATFR/ATFST: 100
- Others: 30
-
-
Other QIR
The transmit Quiescent Information Rate (QIR)
parameter of the other end. Also known as Initial
Cell Rate (ICR,) the rate at which a source should
send initially and after an idle period. The
following configurations apply:
• Units: cells per second
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Range: MCR-PCR
• Default: 50
• Dependency: ICR >= MCR, VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
Other % Utiliza
The other end channel percentage of bandwidth
utilization. Bandwidth allocation based on %
utilization depends on the connection types. The
following configurations apply:
• Units: % percentage
• Applicable connection types:
- UBR: default = 1%
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CBR: default = 100%
• bandwidth allocation = PCR (0+1) * %
Util
VBR, ATFR:
• default = min (120*(SCR/PCR, 100%))
• bandwidth allocation = PCR (0+1) *
%Util
ABR, ABRFST, ATFST:
• default = 100%
• bandwidth allocation = MCR * %Util
Other CBS
The other end Compliant Burst Size (CBS.) Also
known as Maximum Burst Size (MBS.) The
following configurations apply:
• Units: cells
• Applicable connection types: VBR, ATFR,
ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST
• Default: 5000000
• Range:
- BXM: 1-5000000
- ASI: 1-24000
Other IBS
The other end Initial Burst Size (IBS.) The
following configurations apply:
• Units: cells
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• Applicable connection types: ATFR (1-107
cells), ATFST
• Default: 1
Other CLP High
The other Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging
activation threshold. The following configurations
apply:
ATM Endpoint Table 2
• Units: % of VCQ Size
• Applicable connections: ABRSTD, ABRFST,
ATFST
• Default: 80%
• Dependency: VSVD = enable(1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
Index
The index into the table for this endpoint.
Although only 5000 endpoints may exist on a
node, 10000 possible index values exist to
support DAX (intra-node) connections.
Other CCDV
The Compliant Cell Delay Variation, also known
as CDVT (0+1,) Cell Delay Variation Tolerance,
which specifies the maximum time period for
accumulated violations of cell-arrival time
parameters. This field applies to the First Leaky
bucket for cells with Cell Loss Priority of “0” or
“1.” The following configurations apply:
Other CLP Low
The other end Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging
deactivation threshold. The following
configurations apply:
• Units: microseconds
• Applicable connection types: UBR, CBR, VBR,
ATFR, ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST
• Default:
- CBR: 10000
• Others: 250000
• Dependency: This object is not allowed for
BPX->IPX AFT/AFTST connections.
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• Units: % of VCQ Size
• Applicable connections: ABRSTD, ABRFST,
ATFST
• Default: 35%
• Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
CLP Tagging
The Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging for handling
non-compliant cells. When enabled the CLP bit is
set on non-compliant cells. When disabled noncompliant cells are discarded. The following
configurations apply:
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• Applicable connection types: UBR
• Default: enable (1)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
ForeSight
The ForeSight (FST) flow control mechanism.
RBA Rate Up
The ABR rate adjustment up. Also known as RIF,
Rate Increase Factor, which controls the amount
by which the cell transmission rate may increase
upon receipt of an RM-cell. The following
configurations apply:
• Units:
- For ABRSTD connections, this object
should be in 2^n,
where n = 0 - 15
- For FST connections, this object should be
in absolute values of cells per second up to
the PCR.
- A new value should always be given for
this object when a connection is changed
from one type to the other, since they
require different units.
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
• Default:
- FST: max [PCR/128, 10]
- ABRSTD: 128
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RBA Rate Down
The ABR Rate adjustment down, also known as
RDF, Rate Decrease Factor, which controls the
amount by which the cell transmission rate may
decrease upon receipt of an RM-cell. The following
configurations apply:
• Units:
- For ABRSTD connections, this object
should be in 2^n, where n=0 - 15.
- For FST connections, this object should be
in percentage (0%-100%)
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
• Default:
- FST: 93
- ABRSTD: 16
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
QIR Timeout
The QIR timeout value. Also known as ACR
Decrease Time Factor (ADTF,) which is the time
permitted between sending RM-cells before the
rate is decreased to ICR. The following
configurations apply:
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• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST: VSVD = enable (1)
• Default: 1000
• Dependency:
- ASI: 1000-255000
- BXM: 62-8000
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
RM Cell Gener
The value of this field enables the generation of
RM cells when congestion is detected in this
connection. The following configurations apply:
FrSght Min Adjust
The ForeSight minimum adjustment period. Also
known as TRM, which provides an upper bound
on the time between forward RM-cells for an
active source. The following configurations apply:
• Units: milliseconds
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, AFTST: VSVD = enable (1)
• Default: 100
• Range:
- ASI T3/E3: 20-250 msec
- BXM:
• ABRSTD: 1-100 msec
• ABRFST: 3-255 msec
• Applicable cards: BSM, ASI-T3/E3
Group Flag
Specifies whether this is a grouped connection.
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Default: disable (2)
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
FGCRA
The Frame-based Generic Rate Control Algorithm
(FGCRA) applicable with AAL-5 traffic only, so it is
also known as AAL5 Frame-based Traffic Control
(FBTC.) The following configurations apply:
• Applicable connection types:
- UBR, VBR, ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST
- ATFR: Cannot be set, but always enable (1)
• Default:
- UBR, ABR: enable (1)
- others: disable (2)
- All VPCs: disable (2), regardless of the
connection type.
Local Lpbk State
Specifies the Local Loopback State the user would
like to set for the endpoint.
OAM State
The end to end OAM state.
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Loopback State
Specifies the current loopback state of the
endpoint.
NRM
The maximum number of cells a source may send
for each forward RM-cell. The following
configurations apply:
Test Type
Specifies the type of test the user would like to
conduct on this endpoint.
Round Trip Delay
The value of this field is the calculated round trip
delay (measured in milliseconds) for an OAM cell
that is sent across the network to the remote node
where it is looped back and returned to this node.
Other BCM
The value of this field is equivalent to ATM
Endpoint BCM.
•
•
•
•
•
FRTT
The Fixed Round-Trip Time (FRTT) is the sum of
the fixed and propagation delays from the source
to a destination and back. The following
configurations apply:
•
•
•
•
•
Other FGCRA
The value of this field is equivalent to ATM
Endpoint FGCRA.
Group Description
Describes the group this endpoint is associated
with.
Local-Remote Lpbk State
Specifies the Local-Remote Loopback State set for
the endpoint.
Units: cells
Applicable connection types: ABRSTD only
Default: 32
Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
Applicable cards: BXM only
Units: milliseconds
Applicable connection types: ABRSTD only
Default: 0
Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
Applicable cards: BXM only
TBE
The Transient Buffer Exposure (TBE) is the
negotiated number of cells that the network
would like to limit the source to sending during
startup periods, before the first RM-cell returns.
The following configurations apply:
• Units: cells
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•
•
•
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Applicable connection types: ABRSTD only
Default: 1048320
Dependency: VSVD = enable (1)
Applicable cards: BXM only
-
VS/VD
The Virtual Source/Virtual Destination (VS/VD)
is used to divide an ABR (Available Bit Rate)
connection into two or more separately controlled
ABR segments. This flag indicates whether the
ATM endpoints (both ends) will serve as VS/VD or
not. The following configurations apply:
• Applicable connection types:
- ABRSTD
- ABRFST: Cannot be set, but always disable
(2).
- ATFST: Cannot be set, but always disable
(2).
• Dependency:
- This object can be given only if ABR/VSVD
software package is equipped; otherwise, it
will be rejected regardless of its value.
CBR (only pcrplc (4) or none (5)), VBR,
ATFR, ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST: VSVD =
enable (1)
• Default: CBR connections - pcrplc (4)
others - vbr3 (3)
• Dependency: Not allowed for ABRSTD without
VSVD. In this case, it is set to pcrplc (4).
PCR
The Peak Cell Rate, PCR (0+1,) specifies an upper
bound on rate at which traffic can be submitted
on an ATM connection. This object applies to the
First Leaky Bucket for leaving cells with Cell Loss
Priority of “0” or “1.” The following configurations
apply:
Policing
Specifies the traffic policing for this endpoint. The
following configurations apply:
• Applicable connection types:
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• Units: cells per second
• Applicable connection types: UBR, CBR, VBR,
ATFR, ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST
• Default: 50
• Ranges:
- T3: MCR-96000
- E3: MCR-80000
- OC3: MCR-353208
- OC12: MCR-1412832
- Limited to 7-5333 cells/sec for ATFR
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Loss Ration) can be achieved. The following
configurations apply:
Other PCR
The other end PCR ( 0+1,) Peak Cell Rate,
specifies an upper bound on rate at which traffic
can be submitted on an ATM connection. This
object applies to the First Leaky Bucket for
leaving cells with Cell Loss Priority of “0” or “1.”
The following configurations apply:
• Units: cell per second
• Applicable connection types:
- VBR, ATFR
- ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST: VSVD = enable
(1)
• Ranges:
- ASI/BNI
• T3: 7-96000
• E3: 7-80000
• OC3: 7-353208
- BXM
• T3: 50-96000
• E3: 50-80000
• OC3: 50-353208
• OC12: 50-1412832
• Default: 50
• Units: cells per second
• Applicable connection types: UBR, CBR, VBR,
ATFR, ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST
• Default: 50
• Ranges:
- T3: MCR-96000
- E3: MCR-80000
- OC3: MCR-353208
- OC12: MCR-1412832
- Limited to 7-5333 cells/sec for ATFR
connections.
SCR
The Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR,) is an upper
bound on the conforming average rate of an ATM
connection, over time scales which are long
relative to those for which the PCR is defined.
Enforcement of this bound by the UPC could
allow the network to allocate sufficient resources,
but less than those based on the PCR, and still
ensure that the performance objectives (e.g., Cell
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Other SCR
The Other end SCR, Sustainable Cell Rate, is an
upper bound on the conforming average rate of an
ATM connection, over time scales which are long
relative to those for which the PCR is defined.
Enforcement of this bound by the UPC could
allow the network to allocate sufficient resources,
but less than those based on the PCR, and still
ensure that the performance objectives (e.g., Cell
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Loss Ration) can be achieved. The following
configurations apply:
-
• Units: cell per second
• Applicable connection types:
- VBR, ATFR
- ABRSTD, ABRFST, ATFST: VSVD = enable
(1)
• Ranges:
- ASI/BNI
• T3: 7-96000
• E3: 7-80000
• OC3: 7-353208
- BXM
• T3: 50-96000
• E3: 50-80000
• OC3: 50-353208
• OC12: 50-1412832
• Default: 50
ASI/BNI
• Tc: 0-96000
• E3: 0-80000
• OC3: 0-353208
- BXM
• T3: 6-96000
• E3: 6-80000
• OC3: 6-353208
• OC12: 6-1412832
• Default: 50
• Applicable cards: BSM, ASI-T3/E3
Other MCR
The other end MCR, Minimum Cell Rate, specifies
the rate at which the source is always allowed to
send. The following configurations apply:
MCR
The MCR, Minimum Cell Rate, specifies the rate
at which the source is always allowed to send.
The following configurations apply:
• Units: cells per second
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Range:
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• Units: cells per second
• Applicable connection types: ABRSTD,
ABRFST, ATFST
• Range:
- ASI
• T3: 0-96000
• E3: 0-80000
• OC3: 0-353208
- BXM
• T3: 6-96000
• E3: 6-80000
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• OC3: 6-353208
• OC12: 6-1412832
• Default: 50
• Applicable cards: BXM, ASI-T3/E3
Violate UPC
The number of cells that violated UPC (Usage
Parameter Control.)
EFCI
The number of cells received with EFCI (Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication) set.
Endpoint Statistics
This option opens the Endpoint Statistics view,
which shows the ATM connection endpoint
statistics for received, transmitted, and discarded
statistics.
Received Statistics Table
Endpoint
The index to the Received Statistics Table.
Cells Port
The number of cells delivered to the port from the
line interface.
Frames Port
The number of frames delivered to the port from
the line interface.
VC Queue Avg
The average queue depth of the VC (Virtual
Circuit) queue.
BCM
The number of BCM cells received from the port.
This object only applies to NNI (Network-toNetwork) ports. For UNI ports returns “0.”
Cells Net
The number of cells received from the network.
AIS
The number of received AIS (Alarm Indication
Signal) cells.
CLP
The number of cells delivered to the port from the
line interface which had their CLP (Cell Loss
Priority) bit set.
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Non-Compliant
The number of non-compliant cells received.
FERF
The number of received FERF (Far-End Receive
Failure) cells.
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Transmit Statistics Table
Discard Statistics Table
Endpoint
The index to the Transmit Statistics Table.
Endpoint
The index to the Discard Statistics Table.
Cells Net
The number of received cells delivered to the
network.
CLP From VC
The number of cells with CLP set that were
discarded due to VC queue exceeding CLP
thresholds.
BCM
The number of BCM cells transmitted to the
network.
VC Queue Full
The number of received cells that were discarded
due to the VC queue being full.
OAM
The number of OAM (Operation, Administration,
and Maintenance) cells transmitted to the
network.
Connect Fail
The number of received cells discarded due to the
connection being in failed state.
CLP
The number of cells transmitted to the port that
had their CLP bit set.
Resource Overflow
The number of received cells discarded due to a
resource overflow (e.g., cell buffer full.)
EFCI
The number of cells transmitted by the port to the
line interface that had EFCI (Explicit Forward
Congestion Indication) set.
Sbin Full
The number of cells discarded on receipt from the
port due to Sbin full.
Cells Ports
The number of cells transmitted to the port
interface.
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Qbin Full
The number of cells discarded due to the egress
Qbin being full.
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CLP From Qbin Full
The number of cells with CLP set that are
discarded due to the egress Qbin exceeding CLP
(Cell Loss Priority) thresholds.
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Performance Views
This section describes the Device and Port Performance views that give statistical information for the Cisco
Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400 Series of devices.
Performance views (Figure 8 (Page 102)) provide
you with multi-attribute line graphs that
represent statistical information about the
operation of the device. A Detail button opens up
pie charts that show packet information for the
device and its ports. The following performance
views are described in this section:
• Performance View (Page 103)
• Port Performance View (Page 103)
A general description of performance views is
provided in the SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
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Figure 8:
Device Management
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Performance View
Performance View
This view provides statistical information about
the packets being passed through the device. To
access this view, select Performance from the
Icon Subviews menu for the Device icon. For the
definitions for these statistics and a description of
performance views, refer to the SPECTRUM Views
documentation. The following packet statistics for
the entire device are displayed in this view:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Table 18 lists the Port Performance view buttons
and the subviews they open.
* Frame Rate
% Delivered
% Forwarded
% Transmit
% Error
% Discarded
Port Performance View
This view provides statistical information about
the packets being passed through a particular
interface. To access this view, select Performance
from the Icon Subviews menu for an Interface
icon within the Device view or DevTop view. The
following packet statistics for the selected
interface are displayed in this view:
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Load
Packet Rate
% Error
% Discarded
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Table 18:
Port Performance View Buttons
Button
Opens the...
Detail
Interface Detail view which
displays packet, error, and
discarded breakdown statistics.
Transmit
Detailed Port Performance view
for packets transmitted.
Receive
Detailed Port Performance view
for packets received.
Configuration
Interface Configuration view.
Threshold
Interface Threshold view, which
allows you to set the thresholds
for load, packet rate, error rate,
and % discarded.
Alarms
Enterprise Alarm Manager.
Events
Event Log.
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Device Configuration View
This section provides you with an overview of the Device Configuration view.
The Device Configuration view allows you to
access network configuration and monitoring
information, as well as traffic flow and error data.
Figure 9:
StrataCom Device Configuration
View
Located below the banner you will find the
Interface Configuration Table which provides port
configuration information for each of the device’s
ports. Double-clicking on any column entry for a
particular port accesses an Interface
Configuration - Information view. Figure 9 shows
an example of the Device Configuration View for
the Cisco StrataCom. For more general
information regarding the Device Configuration
view, see the SPECTRUM Views documentation.
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Model Information View
This section provides you with an overview of the Model Information View.
Model Information views provide descriptive and
configuration information about SPECTRUM
models of individual devices, interfaces, and
applications. Figure 10 shows an example of the
Model Information view accessed from the Icon
Subviews menu for the StrataCom model’s Device
icon. Model Information views are also available
for each of the Interface icons in the Interface
Device and Interface Device Topology views, and
for each of the Application icons in the
Application views. Although these views may vary
slightly depending on the particular entity being
modeled, their basic layout and content are
similar for most SPECTRUM management
modules. Therefore these views are described in
more detail in the SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
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Traps, Events, and Alarms
This section provides you with an overview of trap, event, and alarm support.
This section describes any device-specific events
and alarms supported by the Cisco Stratacom
BPX8600 and IGX8400 Series (SM-CIS1003)
management module.
Device-Specific Trap Support
The supported device-specific traps are listed in
Table 20 (Page 107).
• Standard Trap Support
• Device-Specific Trap Support
Standard Trap Support
The following standard traps are supported.
Table 19:
Standard Trap Support
Standard Trap Name
OID
coldStart
0.0
warmStart
1.0
linkDown
2.0
linkUp
3.0
authenticationFailure 4.0
egpNeighborLoss
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Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
switchAlarmState
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0x02b60000
100.4.6.10000 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
shelfCnfgAlarmStatus
0x02b60000 Yellow
switchRestart
(Page 117)
0x02b60001
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shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity
0x02b60001 Yellow
switchProcSwitchOver 1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60002
(Page 117)
100.4.6.10002 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity
0x02b60002 Yellow
switchEventOverflow
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0x02b60003
100.4.6.10003 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity
0x02b60003 Yellow
switchSlotInserted
(Page 117)
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0x02b60004
100.4.6.10004 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
0x02b60004 Yellow
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Alarm
Cleared
0x02b60005
Alarm
Discriminator
slotIndex
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Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
switchSlotRemoved
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0x02b60005
100.4.6.10005 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
switchSlotActive
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0x02b60006
100.4.6.10006 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
switchSlotInactive
(Page 117)
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0x02b60007
100.4.6.10007 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
switchSlotEnabled
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0x02b60008
100.4.6.10008 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
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Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
0x02b60005 Yellow
Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
0x02b60004
slotIndex
0x02b60007
slotIndex
0x02b60007 Yellow
slotIndex
0x02b60009
slotIndex
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Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
switchSlotDisabled
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0x02b60009
100.4.6.10009 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
0x02b60009 Yellow
slotIndex
switchSlotFailed
(Page 117)
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0x02b6000a
100.4.6.10010 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
0x02b6000a Orange
slotIndex
switchSlotClear
(Page 117)
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0x02b6000b
100.4.6.10011 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
slotIndex, slotFrontType,
slotBackType
switchInvLogAlarm
(Page 118)
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0x02b6000c
100.4.6.10012 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity
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0x02b6000a
slotIndex
0x02b6000c Orange
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Traps, Events, and Alarms
Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
frLPortActive
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6000d
100.4.6.12000 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
frLPortInactive
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6000e
100.4.6.12001 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
0x02b6000e Yellow
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
frLPortFailed
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6000f
100.4.6.12002 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
0x02b6000f
Yellow
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
frLPortClear
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60010
100.4.6.12003 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
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0x02b6000e
0x02b60010
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
frLportSlotIndex,
frLportPortIndex
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Traps, Events, and Alarms
Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
atmLPortActive
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60011
100.4.6.12100 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmPortSlot, atmPortPort
atmLPortInactive
(Page 118)
0x02b60012
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
100.4.6.12101 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmPortSlot, atmPortPort
0x02b60012 Yellow
atmPortSlot,
atmPortPort
atmLPortFailed
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60013
100.4.6.12102 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmPortSlot, atmPortPort
0x02b60013 Yellow
atmPortSlot,
atmPortPort
atmLPortClear
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60014
100.4.6.12101 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmPortSlot, atmPortPort
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0x02b60012
0x02b60013
atmPortSlot,
atmPortPort
atmPortSlot,
atmPortPort
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Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
frEndptActive
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60015
100.4.6.13000 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frEndptIndex,
frEndptDesc
frEndptInactive
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60016
100.4.6.13001 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frEndptIndex,
frEndptDesc
0x02b60016 Yellow
frEndptDelete
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60017
100.4.6.13002 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frEndptIndex,
frEndptDesc
0x02b60017 Yellow
frEndptFailed
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60018
100.4.6.13003 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frEndptIndex,
frEndptDesc
0x02b60018 Yellow
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Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
0x02b60016, frEndptIndex
0x2b660017
frEndptIndex
0x02b60016
frEndptIndex
frEndptIndex
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Traps, Events, and Alarms
Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
frEndptClear
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60019
100.4.6.13004 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
frEndptIndex,
frEndptDesc
0x02b60018
atmEndptActive
(Page 118)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6001a
100.4.6.13100 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmEndptIndex,
atmEndptDesc
0x02b6001b, atmEndptIndex
0x2b66001c
voiceEndptInactive
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6001b
100.4.6.13101 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmEndptIndex,
atmEndptDesc
0x02b6001b Yellow
voiceEndptDelete
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6001c
100.4.6.13102 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmEndptIndex,
atmEndptDesc
0x02b6001c Yellow
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frEndptIndex
atmEndptIndex
0x02b6001b
atmEndptIndex
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Traps, Events, and Alarms
Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
atmEndptFailed
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6001d
100.4.6.13103 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmEndptIndex,
atmEndptDesc
atmEndptClear
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6001e
100.4.6.13104 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
atmEndptIndex,
atmEndptDesc
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Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
Alarm
Cleared
0x02b6001d Yellow
Alarm
Discriminator
atmEndptIndex
0x02b6001d
atmEndptIndex
Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400
Traps, Events, and Alarms
Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
voiceEndptActive
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b6001f
100.4.6.13200 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
voiceEndptIndex,
voiceEndptDesc,
voiceEndptSvcId
voiceEndptInactive
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60020
100.4.6.13201 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
voiceEndptIndex,
voiceEndptDesc,
voiceEndptSvcId
0x02b60020 Yellow
voiceEndptDelete
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60021
100.4.6.13202 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
voiceEndptIndex,
voiceEndptDesc,
voiceEndptSvcId
0x02b60021 Yellow
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Alarm
Cleared
Alarm
Discriminator
0x02b60020, voiceEndptIndex
0x2b660021
voiceEndptIndex
0x02b60020
voiceEndptIndex
Cisco Stratacom BPX8600 and IGX8400
Traps, Events, and Alarms
Device-Specific Trap Support
Table 20:
Trap Name
OID
STRATACOM-TRAP-MIB Traps
Variable Bindings
Event
Generated
voiceEndptFailed
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60022
100.4.6.13203 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
voiceEndptIndex,
voiceEndptDesc,
voiceEndptSvcId
voiceEndptClear
(Page 119)
1.3.6.1.4.1.351. trapRegSeqNum,
0x02b60023
100.4.6.13204 shelfCnfgNodeName,
shelfCnfgNodeNumber,
shelfCnfgDomainNumber,
shelfCnfgTrapSeverity,
voiceEndptIndex,
voiceEndptDesc,
voiceEndptSvcId
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Alarm
Generated
Alarm
Severity
Alarm
Cleared
0x02b60022 Yellow
Alarm
Discriminator
voiceEndptIndex
0x02b60022
voiceEndptIndex
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Traps, Events, and Alarms
Proprietary Trap Descriptions
switchAlarmState
A switchAlarmState trap signifies that the
sending protocol entity is entering a new alarm
state.
switchRestart
A switchRestart trap signifies that the sending
protocol entity has experienced a cold start
(rebuild) of it's processor card.
switchProcSwitchOver
A switchProcSwitchOver trap signifies that the
sending protocol entity has experienced a
switchover of it's processor card.
switchEventOverflow
A switchEventOverflow trap signifies that the
sending protocol entity has experienced an
overflow of events. Events have been discarded
within the switch.
switchSlotInserted
A switchSlotInserted trap is generated when a
new card is inserted into the switch shelf.
switchSlotRemoved
A switchSlotRemoved trap is generated when a
card is removed from the switch shelf.
Device Management
Device-Specific Trap Support
switchSlotActive
A switchSlotActive trap is generated when a new
card is configured as active within the switch
shelf.
switchSlotInactive
A switchSlotDeactivated trap is generated when a
card is configured as inactive within the switch
shelf.
switchSlotEnabled
A switchSlotEnabled trap is generated when a
card is configured from the downed state within
the switch shelf.
switchSlotDisabled
A switchSlotDisabled trap is generated when a
card is configured to the downed state within the
switch shelf.
switchSlotFailed
A switchSlotFailed trap is generated when a card
has transitioned into the failed state within the
switch shelf.
switchSlotClear
A switchSlotClear trap is generated when a card
has transitioned from the failed state within the
switch shelf.
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switchInvLogAlarm
A switchInvLogAlarm trap signifies that the
sending protocol entity has experienced too many
consecutive invalid login attempts and may be
under attack.
frLPortActive
A frLPortActive trap is generated when a Frame
Relay Port transitions to the active state.
frLPortInactive
A frLPortInactive trap is generated when a Frame
Relay Port transitions to the inactive state.
frLPortFailed
A frLPortFailed trap is generated when a Frame
Relay Port transitions to the failed state.
frLPortClear
A frLPortClear trap is generated when a Frame
Relay Port transitions from the failed state.
atmLPortActive
An atmLPortActive trap is generated when an
ATM Port transitions to the active state.
atmLPortInactive
An atmLPortInactive trap is generated when an
ATM Port transitions to the inactive state.
atmLPortFailed
An atmLPortFailed trap is generated when an
ATM Port transitions to the failed state.
Device Management
atmLPortClear
An atmLPortClear trap is generated when an ATM
Port transitions from the failed state.
frEndptActive
A frEndptActive trap is generated when a new
Frame Relay endpoint becomes active.
frEndptInactive
A frEndptInactive trap is generated when a new
Frame Relay endpoint is deactivated (Downed).
frEndptDelete
A frEndptDelete trap is generated when a Frame
Relay endpoint is deleted.
frEndptFailed
A frEndptFailed trap is generated when a Frame
Relay endpoint transitions to the failed state.
frEndptClear
A frEndptClear trap is generated when a Frame
Relay endpoint transitions from the failed state.
atmEndptActive
An atmEndptActive trap is generated when a new
ATM endpoint becomes active.
atmEndptInactive
An atmEndptInactive trap is generated when a
new ATM endpoint is deactivated (Downed).
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atmEndptDelete
An atmEndptDelete trap is generated when an
ATM endpoint is deleted.
atmEndptFailed
An atmEndptFailed trap is generated when an
ATM endpoint transitions to the failed state.
atmEndptClear
An atmEndptClear trap is generated when an
ATM endpoint transitions from the failed state.
voiceEndptActive
A voiceEndptActive trap is generated when a voice
endpoint transitions to the active state.
voiceEndptInactive
A voiceEndptInactive trap is generated when a
voice endpoint is deactivated (Downed).
voiceEndptDelete
A voiceEndptDelete trap is generated when a
voice endpoint is deleted.
voiceEndptFailed
A voiceEndptFailed trap is generated when a voice
endpoint transitions to the failed state.
voiceEndptClear
A voiceEndptClear trap is generated when a voice
endpoint transitions from the failed state.
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Advanced Application Integrations
This section describes the Frame Relay and ATM integrations that are available for this management module.
StrataCom Frame Relay
Integration
The StrataCom Frame Relay integration is
available when a SPECTRUM installation includes
the Cisco StrataCom BPX8600 and IGX8400
series management module and SPECTRUM’s
Frame Relay Manager.
This integration uses two model types that allow
you to effectively model and manage Cisco
StrataCom Switches that operate in a Frame
Relay environment. StComFRApp is the
application model type that supports the frame
relay portions of the STRATACOM-MIB.
StComDLCIPort is a sub-interface model type that
allows you to manage DLCI ports on a Cisco
Stratacom Switch.
Manager is not installed, several basic views are
available for this application. For an explanation
of these views, see the Stratacom Frame Relay
Application on Page 70.
If you have Frame Relay Manger installed, an
additional view is available for the StComFRApp
and the StComDLCIPort model type is supported.
This additional functionality is explained in the
following sections:
• StrataCom Frame Relay Application Endpoint
Connection View (Page 121)
• Stratacom Frame Relay DLCI Port Model
(Page 121)
See the Frame Relay Manager User Guide
(2102) for complete information on SPECTRUM’s
Frame Relay Manager.
SPECTRUM will create the StComFRApp
application for any device that supports the
STRATACOM-MIB. If SPECTRUM’s Frame Relay
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StrataCom Frame Relay
Application Endpoint Connection
View
This option displays the DLCI Connection view,
which displays connectivity information about
each of the DLCI ports managed by the frame
relay application. For complete information on
this view, see the “Frame Relay Application
Models” section of the Frame Relay Manager
User Guide (2102).
Note:
Note:
Stratacom Frame Relay DLCI Port
Model
The StComDLCIPort is a sub-interface model type
which represents the DLCI ports on a Cisco
StrataCom switch. The following sections give a
brief description of the subviews available from
the Icon Subviews menu for this DLCI port model
type. The StComDLCIPort model type has much
of the same functionality as the Frame Relay
Manger DLCI_Port model type. Features unique to
the StComDLCIPort subviews are noted in the
descriptions below. Additional details about each
view can be found in the “Managing Frame Relay
Networks” section of the Frame Relay Manger
User Guide (2102).
Device Management
Autodiscovery does not support the
discovery of StComDLCIPort models
or resolving connectivity to
StComDLCIPort models. However, it is
possible to use the Frame Relay
Manager wanimport tool to map
connections to StComDLCIPort
models in the same manner as other
DLCI ports. See the “Importing
Connectivity Information” section of
the Frame Relay Manager User
Guide (2102) for complete
instructions.
Information
This view allows you to set polling and logging
information for the port model. It is possible to
configure SPECTRUM to poll DLCI ports at
regular intervals. When SPECTRUM polls these
ports it captures the values of various external
MIB objects. You can choose to log these values
and use them for monitoring and analyzing the
performance of a port.
Port Performance
This view shows graphs of two sets of statistics.
The top graph shows Ingress Traffic vs.
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Bandwidth, and the bottom graph shows Egress
Traffic vs. Bandwidth.
BC: (Burst Committed) The minimum number of
bits that a service provider guarantees for a given
permanent virtual circuit.
Port Configuration
BE: (Burst Excess) The maximum number of bits
that may be sent in excess of BC. These bits are
most likely to be discarded during periods of
congestion.
This view displays external MIB objects
corresponding to the DLCI that the port
represents. This view is divided into several
sections. The Port Information and the External
Port Management sections of this view are unique
to the StComDLCIPort Model.
The Port Information panel has the following
fields:
CIR: (Committed Information Rate) The minimum
rate (bits/sec) of service that a service provider
guarantees for a given permanent virtual circuit.
PIR: (Peak Transmit Bandwidth) The maximum
rate (bits/sec) that bits will travel.
• Admin Status: This indicates whether a user
can create, delete, modify, test, or have writeonly privileges for the DLCI port.
• Oper Status: This indicates the actual state of
the port.
• In-Service: The amount of time the connection
has been in service.
• Congest Mins: The number of minutes in
which 50% or more frames are tagged FECN
by the port.
• Tx FECNs: The number of frames transmitted
out the port with the FECN bit set.
QIR: (Transmit Quiescent Information Rate)
Specifies (in bits/sec) how much data can be sent
after a period of silence. This parameter improves
performance for bursty data. When a switch
receives an initial burst of data from a Frame
Relay device, it sends this data out on the
network at a rate set by the QIR parameter. This
rate is usually set higher than the CIR but lower
than the PIR.
MIR: (Minimum Transmit Bandwidth) Represents
the lowest information rate (bits/sec) assigned
when there is congestion on the network.
The External Port Management panel has the
following fields.:
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StrataCom ATM Integration
Note:
Note:
Because you can overwrite the
external port management values,
you can use these fields to illustrate
how changes would effect quality of
service. To do this, change the
appropriate port management
value(s), save the change and use the
Port Performance view to analyze the
results.
The StrataCom ATM integration is available when
a SPECTRUM installation includes the Cisco
StrataCom BPX8600 and IGX8400 series
management module and SPECTRUM’s ATM
Circuit Manager.
This integration uses two model types that allow
you to effectively model and manage Cisco
StrataCom Switches that operate in an ATM
environment. StComATMSwApp is the application
model type that supports the ATM portions of the
STRATACOM-MIB. StComATMLink is a subinterface model type that allows you to manage
ATM virtual connection endpoints on a Cisco
Stratacom Switch.
Port Threshold
The Port Threshold view establishes levels of
activity that will generate alarms. Additional
details can be found in the “Managing Frame
Relay Networks” section of the Frame Relay
Manger User Guide (2102).
Service Information
The DLCI_Port Service Information view provides
information about service providers associated
with the frame relay network. All service
information is entered manually and is provided
for reference purposes only. Additional details can
be found in the “Managing Frame Relay
Networks” section of the Frame Relay Manger
User Guide (2102).
Device Management
SPECTRUM will create the StComATMSwApp
application for any device that supports the
STRATACOM-MIB. If SPECTRUM’s ATM Circuit
Manager is not installed, several basic views are
available for this application. For an explanation
of these views, see the Stratacom ATM Application
on Page 81.
If you have ATM Circuit Manger installed, an
additional view is available for the
StComATMSwApp and the StComATMLink model
type is supported. This additional functionality is
explained in the following sections:
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• ATM Link Modeling Options View (Page 124)
Option Explanations
• Stratacom ATM Link Model (Page 125)
See the ATM Circuit Manager User Guide
(3518) for complete information on SPECTRUM’s
ATM Circuit Manager.
ATM Link Modeling Options View
This view allows you to enable or disable the
modeling of StComATMLink models for the given
device model.
Create Link Models
false
This button can be set to either true or false.
Setting this button’s value to true causes
StComATMLink models to be created. The default
setting is false.
Config Interval
This value represents the number of seconds
between link model configuration.
Reconfigure Now
Clicking this button forces a link model
reconfiguration.
Device Management
Clicking this button will display information on
the buttons and fields in this view and show you
how to force a link model reconfiguration.
Below are detailed instructions on how to create
and destroy StComATMLink models.
Creating StComATMLink Models
1
Model the device that contains the ATM
application.
2
Navigate to the Application view and find the
StComATMSwApp application icon.
3
Right-click the icon and select ATM Link
Modeling Options. You may select the
Option Explanations button to display
instructions on screen.
4
Set Create Link Models to true. Save the
change.
5
Click the Reconfigure Now button. This will
create StComATMLink models.
6
Launch your Device Topology view.
7
Locate a port model which has an ATM link
provisioned on it.
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StrataCom ATM Integration
Go to the port's Sub-Interface view. You will
see the StComATMLink models after the
reconfiguration is completed.
The StComATMLink model does not support an
ATM Circuit view, and therefore no graphical
representation of the circuit that connects to the
current link is available. The ATM Threshold view
which would allow activity thresholds to be set for
alarm generation is also not supported.
Destroying StComATMLink Models
1
In the ATM Link Modeling Options view set
the Create Link Models button to false.
2
Save the changes.
3
Click the Reconfigure Now button. The
StComATMLink models will be destroyed
during the reconfiguration.
4
Launch the Device Topology view.
5
Locate a port model which has an ATM link
provisioned on it.
6
Go to the Sub-Interface view of the port. You
should not see the StComATMLink models
after the reconfiguration is completed.
Note:
Note:
Model Information
Stratacom ATM Link Model
The StComATMLink model type is a sub-interface
model type which represents the endpoint of an
ATM virtual connection on a Cisco StrataCom
switch. The following sections give a brief
description of the subviews available from the
Icon Subviews menu for this model type.
Device Management
Autodiscovery does not support the
discovery of StComATMLink models
or resolving connectivity to
STComATMLink models. However, it
is possible to use the ATM Circuit
Manager wanimport tool to map
connections to StComATMLink
models in the same manner as other
link models. See the “Creating a
Model of the ATM
Infrastructure” section of the ATM
Circuit Manager User Guide (3518)
for complete instructions.
This option opens the ATM Link Information view,
which allows you to set polling and logging
information for the StComATMLink model. It is
possible to configure SPECTRUM to poll link
models at regular intervals. When SPECTRUM
polls these links it captures the values of various
external MIB objects. You can choose to log these
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values and use them for monitoring and analyzing
performance.
Endpoint Configuration
This option opens the ATM Endpoint
Configuration view, which shows traffic
parameters for this StComATMLink model. For a
definition of each of these fields, see Endpoint
Configuration (Page 85).
Endpoint Statistics
This option opens that ATM Endpoint Statistics
view, which shows which shows the statistics on
received, transmitted, and discarded traffic for
this StComATMLink model. For a definition of
each of these fields, see Endpoint Statistics
(Page 98).
Service Information
The ATM Link Service Information view provides
information about service providers associated
with the ATM network. All service information is
entered manually and is provided for reference
purposes only.
Device Management
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Symbols
% Discarded 103
% Forwarded 103
A
Address
Interface IP 10
Physical (MAC) 10, 12
Translation 11
Admin Status 9, 12
Alarm Generated 107
Application Icon Subviews Menu
Selections 22, 70, 81
Application Views 20
Applications 20
ATM Information
ATM Bandwidth
ATM Bandwidth Class
Table 81
Other End-Port Table 84
ATM Endpoint
ATM Endpoint Table 1 85
ATM Endpoint Table 2 91
ATM Endpoint Map 98
ATM Endpoint Statistics 98
Device Management
Discard Statistics Table 99
Received Statistics Table 98
Transmit Statistics Table 99
ATM Information - ATM
Bandwidth 61
ATM Link Modeling Options View
Config Interval 124
Create Link Models 124
Option Explanations 124
Reconfigure Now 124
Device Topology View 19
Device View 8
E
Error Status 32
Event Generated 107
F
C
CiscoBPX8620 6
CiscoBPX8650 6
CiscoBPX8680 6
CiscoIGX8410 6
CiscoIGX8420 6
CiscoIGX8430 6
CiscoIGX8450 6
Connection View 27
Entry Creation 31
D
Device Configuration View 104
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Frame Relay 78
Frame Relay Information
Frame Relay Bandwidth 61
Frame Relay Bandwidth
Class Table 71
From Other Endpoint
Table 72
Frame Relay Endpoint 72
Frame Relay Other Endpoint
Table 77
Frame Relay Endpoint Map 80
Frame Relay Endpoint
Statistics 78
Discarded Statistics Table 80
Received Statistics Table 78
Transmit Statistics Table 79
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Index
I
P
Icons
Interface 9, 11
Interface
Type, Device 9, 12
Performance
% Delivered 103
% Discarded 103
% Error 103
% Forwarded 103
% Transmit 103
* Frame Rate 103
Performance view 103
Performance views 101
Port Information
ATM Port Config
Status Table 41
Threshold Table 43
ATM Port Queue 44
ATM Port Statistics 45
Error Statistics Table 47
Received Statistics Table 46
Transmitted Statistics
Table 47
FR Logical Port Config 33
Status Table 34
Threshold Table 37
FR Logical Port Stats
Error Statistics Table 40
Received Statistics Table 38
Transmitted Statistics
Table 39
Port Information - Atm Port
Config 41
L
LCPV210 Application
Model Information 23, 70, 81
LMI Operation Modes 35
M
Mask 11
Model Information 23, 70, 81
Model Information View 105
N
Network Type 10, 12
O
OID 107
Device Management
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Port Information - FR Logical Port
Stats 38
Port Number, Device 9, 12
Port Performance
% Discarded 103
% Error 103
Load 103
Packet Rate 103
Transmit 103
Port Performance view 101, 103
Port Performance view button
Alarms 103
Configuration 103
Detail 103
Events 103
Receive 103
Threshold 103
Transmit 103
Port Performance view buttons
Detail 103
Purpose of this document 5
Q
Queue Service Algorithm
Settings 45
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Index
R
SwitchShelf Slot Info 24
Receive Signaling for ABit through
DBit 54
Required Reading 5
T
S
SPECTRUM Views
documentation 19, 101, 103
StCom_IF_Port 11
StComATMLink 125
StComATMSwApp 81, 123
StComCommonApp 22
StComDLCIPort 121
StComFRApp 70
StrataCom Application 22
StrataCom Views
Performance 101
StrataComBPX 6
Strm Error Status 32
Supported Devices 6
Switch Interface Table 27
Switch Media
DS1 IF Stats 51
DS3 IF Stats 51
DS3 Interfaces 48
Sonet IF Stats 52
Sonet Interfaces 50
Switch Media - DS1 Interfaces 48
SwitchShelf Config 23
Device Management
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Channel 52
Endpoint 56
Endpoint Map 60
Endpoint Statistics 59
Threshold Information 10
Traffic Classes 63
Transmit Signaling for ABit through
DBit 54
Trap Name 107
Trap Registration 31
Entry Creation 31
Trap Support 106
Trunk Information
ATM Trunk 62
ATM Trunk Table 1 62
ATM Trunk Table 2 64
ATM Trunk Statistics 67
ATM Trunk Statistics Cell
Table 68
ATM Trunk Statistics Packet
Table 67
Frame Relay Trunk 61
Frame Relay Trunk Statistics 66
V
Voice Channel Echo Canceller
Values 55
Voice Connection Types 57
Voice Information
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