Compatible Systems | Octal T1-10/100 RIOP | Rack Mounted Router Quick Install Guide.

Foundry AR-Series Rack-Mounted
Router
Quick Installation Guide
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Contents
CHAPTER 1
GETTING STARTED...................................................................................... 1-1
INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................1-1
AUDIENCE ..................................................................................................................................................1-1
NOMENCLATURE .........................................................................................................................................1-1
RELATED PUBLICATIONS .............................................................................................................................1-2
LIST OF FEATURES .....................................................................................................................................1-2
HOW TO GET HELP .....................................................................................................................................1-5
WEB ACCESS .......................................................................................................................................1-5
EMAIL ACCESS .....................................................................................................................................1-5
TELEPHONE ACCESS ............................................................................................................................1-5
WARRANTY COVERAGE ...............................................................................................................................1-5
CHAPTER 2
INSTALLING AND CONFIGURING RACK-MOUNTED SYSTEMS .......................... 2-1
BEFORE YOU BEGIN ..................................................................................................................................2-1
UNPACKING AND INSPECTING ................................................................................................................2-1
ADDITIONAL CABLES, TOOLS, AND MATERIALS ......................................................................................2-1
INSTALLATION SITE ...............................................................................................................................2-2
PORTS AND CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................................2-2
DIAL-OUT PORTS .................................................................................................................................2-4
CONSOLE CABLE ..................................................................................................................................2-4
ETHERNET, E1, T1, CT3, CLEAR CHANNEL DS3, AND USSI .................................................................2-4
ALARMS ...............................................................................................................................................2-5
POWER ................................................................................................................................................2-5
MANAGEMENT INTERFACE ..........................................................................................................................2-5
INITIAL CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................................2-5
INTERFACE CONFIGURATION ......................................................................................................................2-6
T1 INTERFACE .....................................................................................................................................2-7
E1 INTERFACE .....................................................................................................................................2-7
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BUNDLE CONFIGURATION ...........................................................................................................................2-7
FRACTIONAL T1/CISCO-COMPATIBLE HDLC BUNDLE .............................................................................2-8
T1OR E1/PPP BUNDLE ........................................................................................................................2-8
ROUTING CONFIGURATION .........................................................................................................................2-8
RIP .....................................................................................................................................................2-8
OSPF .................................................................................................................................................2-8
BGP4 ..................................................................................................................................................2-9
NXE1/MFR BUNDLE ..........................................................................................................................2-10
FRACTIONAL E1/CISCO-COMPATIBLE HDLC BUNDLE ...........................................................................2-10
SAVING CONFIGURATIONS ........................................................................................................................2-10
LEDS ......................................................................................................................................................2-11
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
Introduction
This guide describes how to install and configure a rack-mounted AR1208-T, AR1208-E, AR1216-T, AR1216-E,
AR3201-T-CL, AR3202-T-CL, AR3201-T-CH, and AR3202-T-CH router.
Audience
This manual is designed for system administrators with a working knowledge of Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching and
routing.
If you are using a Foundry Layer 3 Switch, you should be familiar with the following protocols if applicable to your
network – IP, RIP, OSPF, BGP4, IGMP, PIM, and VRRP.
Nomenclature
This guide uses the following typographical conventions to show information:
Italic
highlights the title of another publication and occasionally emphasizes a word or phrase.
Bold
highlights a CLI command.
Bold Italic
highlights a term that is being defined.
Underline
highlights a link on the Web management interface.
Capitals
highlights field names and buttons that appear in the Web management interface.
NOTE: A note emphasizes an important fact or calls your attention to a dependency.
WARNING: A warning calls your attention to a possible hazard that can cause injury or death.
CAUTION:
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A caution calls your attention to a possible hazard that can damage equipment.
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Related Publications
The following Foundry Networks documents supplement the information in this guide.
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Release Notes
Printed release notes provide the latest information. If release notes are provided with your product, follow the
instructions contained within them instead of those provided in other documentation.
•
Foundry AR-Series Rack-Mounted Router Installation Guide
This detailed guide provides detailed installation and configuration steps for installing Foundry AccessIron
rack-mounted routers.
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Foundry AR-Series Router Configurations Guide
This guide provides examples of AccessIron configurations.
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Foundry AR-Series Router Command Reference Guide
This guide explains the syntax and application of AccessIron router CLI commands.
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Foundry AR-Series Router User Guide
This guide explains the AccessIron router features.
To order additional copies of these manuals, do one of the following:
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Call 1.877.TURBOCALL (887.2622) in the United States or 1.408.586.1881 outside the United States.
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Send email to info@foundrynet.com.
List of Features
June 2004Table 1.1 shows the features supported on AccessIron devices.
Table 1.1: Feature Supported in AccessIron Devices
Category
Feature
AR1202
AR1204
AR1208
AR1216
AR3201-T-CL
AR3202-T-CL
AR3201-T-CH
AR3202-T-CH
10/100 Fast Ethernet
2
2
2
T1/E1
Yes
-
-
Channelized T3
-
-
Yes
Clear Channel T3
-
Yes
-
Interfaces
WAN/LAN
WAN Protocols
PPP, PAP, Multilink PPP, Frame Relay, Multilink Frame Relay, (FRF.15, FRF.16.1) BCP, HDLC
Layer 2 Features
802.1Q VLAN tagging and forwarding over WLAN
Virtual LAN Domain (VLD) VLAN Double Tagging
Transparent Bridging
Jumbo Frames (4072 bytes)
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Table 1.1: Feature Supported in AccessIron Devices (Continued)
Category
Feature
AR1202
AR1204
AR1208
AR1216
AR3201-T-CL
AR3202-T-CL
AR3201-T-CH
AR3202-T-CH
IP Multiplexing
NAT mode
Transparent Layer 3 packet forwarding
Layer 3 Features
Routing
RIPv1/v2
OSPF
BGP4
Static Routing
ECMP (IP load balancing)
Multicast (PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, IGMP v2/v3)
High Availability
VRRP
BGP4 Multi-homing
Bundle Tracking
MLPPP Bundle Thresholding
LAN Interface Load Sharing with Failover
Security/
Management
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Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall with:
Layer-3 mode (router and NAT)
Policy-based NAT/PAT
Policy-based filters
URL and application content filtering
Time and rate limiting
Denial of Service protection
Network attack detection
Application Level Gateway support
Packet-level logging and syslog support
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Table 1.1: Feature Supported in AccessIron Devices (Continued)
Category
Feature
AR1202
AR1204
AR1208
AR1216
AR3201-T-CL
AR3202-T-CL
AR3201-T-CH
AR3202-T-CH
VPN
-
-
ACLs
DHCP
TFTP
PAP
RADIUS
TACACS+
SSH v2
GRE Tunneling
IPSec VPN with integrated IKE
Site-to-site VPN
Site-to-remote VPN
MD5 & SHA-1 authentication
Hardware accelerated encryption
3DES (168 bit), DES (56 bit), AES
(256 bit) encryption
QoS/Traffic
Management
optional
on the
AR1202
and
AR1204
RED
DiffServ
Class-based Queuing per:
IP address
Flow
VLAN tag
Application port
Frame Relay traffic shaping and policing
VLAN-802.1P 8 queue prioritization of VLAN frames
Service
Provisioning
Management (in-band, serial, Telnet, or modem) by:
CLI
SNMP
Monitoring
syslog
Statistics
Alarms
Diagnostics
BERT
Loopback testing
Traceroute
Reverse Telnet
Specialized
Features
1-4
Hospitality Web Redirection
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Table 1.1: Feature Supported in AccessIron Devices (Continued)
Category
Feature
AR1202
AR1204
AR1208
AR1216
AR3201-T-CL
AR3202-T-CL
AR3201-T-CH
AR3202-T-CH
Timed Access List
How to Get Help
Foundry Networks technical support will ensure that the fast and easy access that you have come to expect from
your Foundry Networks products will be maintained.
Web Access
•
http://www.foundrynetworks.com
Email Access
Technical requests can also be sent to the following email address:
•
support@foundrynet.com
Telephone Access
•
1.877.TURBOCALL (887.2622) United States
•
1.408.586.1881
Outside the United States
Warranty Coverage
Contact Foundry Networks using any of the methods listed above for information about the standard and extended
warranties.
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Chapter 2
Installing and Configuring Rack-Mounted Systems
Before You Begin
Unpacking and Inspecting
The following items are shipped with these systems.
‰ Foundry system
‰ Two 19-inch (48.26 cm) rack-mount brackets
‰ AC power cord
‰ Two 23-inch (58.42 cm) rack-mount brackets
‰ RJ-45 console cable
‰ Four #6 screws
‰ Male DB-9 modular adapter
‰ Four each #6 flat washers and #6 lock washers
‰ Female DB-9 modular adapter
‰ Product Documentation CD-ROM
‰ Four self-adhering rubber feet
‰ Registration card
‰ Quick start guide
‰ Warranty form
If any of the above items are missing or defective, contact Foundry.
Additional Cables, Tools, and Materials
The following additional cables are required for integrating these systems with other networking devices.
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RJ-45, male/male, Category 5, shielded, twisted pair cable (Ethernet ports)
•
RJ-48C, male/male, shielded, straight-through cable (T1/E1 ports)
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RG-59 coaxial cables with BNC connectors (Clear Channel DS3 and CT3)
The following tools are required for installation.
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#3 Phillips screwdriver (rackmount)
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#2 Phillips screwdriver (mounting bracket)
•
1/8 inch (3 mm) flat-blade screwdriver (DC power, ground, and external alarm)
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wire stripping tool (DC power and external alarm)
The following additional materials are required for connecting DC power, ground, and external alarms to the
Foundry system.
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18-22 AWG wire (external alarm and ground)
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18 AWG wire (DC power)
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Installation Site
These systems are designed to be installed in a 19- or 23-inch (48.26 or 58.42 cm) rack or on a flat, stable surface
with sufficient space to accommodate a 12- x 19-inch (30.48 x 48.26 cm) footprint. The installation site should
provide ample room for connecting cables and performing maintenance, and the site should not be subject to
extreme temperature shifts. The Foundry system should be located in close proximity to all relevant
telecommunication ports and power supplies.
Ports and Connections
The following diagrams and sections identify models and provide information about connecting AC and DC power,
network cables, and alarm and ground wires.
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AR1208-T
Octal T1
1
2
3
WAN
4
Link Status
1
2
Ethernet 0
3
4
5
6
7
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
1400
8
ESD Gnd
Mon.
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Status
5
6
7
8
T1 Ports
Ethernet Ports
Console Port
AR1208-E
Octal E1
1
2
3
WAN
4
Link Status
1
2
Ethernet 0
3
4
5
6
7
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
1400E
8
ESD Gnd
Mon.
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Status
5
Monitor Port
6
7
8
E1 Ports
Console Port
Ethernet Ports
AR1216-T
Octal E1
1
2
3
WAN
4
Octal E1
Mon.
9
10
11
WAN
12
Mon.
Status
5
6
7
Link Status
Ethernet 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
6200E
ESD Gnd
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Status
8
13
T1 Ports
14
15
16
Ethernet Ports
T1 Ports
Console Port
AR1216-E
Octal E1
1
2
3
WAN
4
Octal E1
Mon.
9
10
11
WAN
12
Mon.
Status
5
6
7
Link Status
Ethernet 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Console
Unit
6200E
ESD Gnd
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Status
8
13
E1 Ports
14
15
16
E1 Ports
Monitor Port
Ethernet 1
TX
Console Port
Ethernet Ports
Monitor Port
AR3201-T-CH
Channelized T3
DS3
WAN
Link Status
1
RX
TX
Mon.
Test
AIS
Status
Error
2
Ethernet 0
3
4
5
6
7
Signal
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
6300
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
ESD Gnd
Yellow
Frame
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Ethernet Ports
Channelized T3 Ports
Console Port
AR3202-T-CH
Channelized T3-1
DS3
WAN
Channelized T3-2
DS3
WAN
Link Status
1
RX
TX
Mon.
RX
Test
AIS
TX
Test
AIS
Status
Channelized T3 Ports
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Signal
4
5
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Frame
Error
Channelized T3 Ports
Signal
6
23
24
Status
25
26
27
28
C1
C2
Frame
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
6302
ESD Gnd
Select
Yellow
Select
Error
2
Ethernet 0
3
9
Select
Mon.
Yellow
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Ethernet Ports
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AR3201-T-CL
Clear Channel T3
RX
DS3
WAN
Ethernet 0
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
4100
ESD Gnd
TX
Test
AIS
Yellow
Error
Signal
Frame
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Status
Clear Channel DS3 Ports
Console Port
Ethernet Ports
AR3202-T-CL
Clear Channel T3-1
RX
DS3
WAN
Clear Channel T3-2
TX
RX
Test
AIS
Yellow
Error
Signal
Frame
DS3
WAN
Ethernet 0
Ethernet 1
Console
Unit
4102
ESD Gnd
TX
Test
AIS
Yellow
Error
Signal
Frame
Status
TX
Col
HS
TX
Col
HS
Summary
RX
Link
Dup
RX
Link
Dup
Power
Status
Clear Channel DS3 Ports
Console Port
Ethernet Ports
Dial-Out Ports
The AR3202-T-CL, and AR3202-T-CH have a dial-out port on the back panel that is used to notify the network
administrator or other designated person about captured system traps. Notification procedures can be set up to
meet the needs of the customer via pager or phone message.
Console Cable
Connect the:
•
DB-9 modular adapters to the supplied RJ-45 cable
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Male DB-9 modular adapter to the console port
•
Female DB-9 modular adapter to a terminal or PC
Female Adapter
Foundry System Port
Terminal or
Workstation
Console Cable
Male Adapter
Ethernet, E1, T1, CT3, Clear Channel DS3, and USSI
Connect the:
2-4
•
RJ-45 connector of an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet 0 or 1 port
•
RJ-48C connectors of the T1 cables to the T1/E1 ports (AR1208)
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Alarms
Connect the stripped ends of two 18-22 AWG wires to alarm terminals 6 and 7 on the back-panel terminal block.
AC Receptacle
100-240V
FUSE: T3A, 250V SLOW BLOW
5-
SEE PRODUCT MANUAL
1
FOR CENTRALIZED DC POWER, INSTALL ONLY IN RESTRICTED ACCESS AREAS
2
3
40 - 60V
4
5
6
, 3.0A
7
CAUTION: TO PROTECT
AGAINST RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE WITH THE SAME TYPE
AND RATING OF FUSE ONLY.
, 2.5A, 50-60Hz
1 - 48B RTN
2 - 48B
3 - 48A RTN
4 - 48A
5 - 7 in-lbs
0.57 - 0.79 N-m
TORQUE
6 - ALARM CONTACT
7 - ALARM COMMON
ESD
GND
SUMMARY
AUX. PORT
CAUTION: TO PROTECT AGAINST
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DISCONNECT BOTH AC POWER CORD
AND DC WIRING BEFORE SERVICING.
POWER
Alarm Terminals
Power
Foundry systems operate on AC, single DC, and dual DC power. For AC power operation, connect the female end
of the supplied AC power cord to the AC power receptacle on the system back panel. Connect the male end of the
AC cord to a standard 110/120 VAC source. Refer to the figure above. Refer to the Installation Guide: Domestic
Products for information about dual AC power connection.
To operate with single-source DC power, connect the stripped ends of two 18-AWG wires to either the A or B
terminals on the terminal block. Make sure to connect the +48V lead to the appropriate RTN connector.
CAUTION:
To avoid equipment damage, make sure that the +48V lead is connected to the appropriate RTN
connector (either 1 or 3) on the terminal block.
To operate with dual-source DC power, connect the stripped ends of four 18-AWG wires to the both the A and B
terminals on the terminal block. Make sure to connect the +48V leads to the appropriate RTN connectors.
Management Interface
To access the command line interface (CLI) via the front-panel console port, connect a terminal or a workstation
running a terminal emulation software to the Foundry system. The software should be configured as follows:
•
9600 bps
•
8 data bits
•
1 stop bit
•
No parity
•
XON/XOFF flow control
To remotely access the system, configure the modem data port as specified above for terminal emulation
software. It is also possible to telnet to the Foundry system once an IP address is assigned to an Ethernet port.
Initial Configuration
Use the following commands to log in as the system administrator, choose a host name, change the password, set
the system time, and enter an Ethernet IP address.
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Logging In
EXAMPLE:Login: foundry
EXAMPLE:Password: foundry
Choosing a Host Name
EXAMPLE:AR1208# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure# hostname ISP_name
Changing the Password
EXAMPLE:AR1208# password
EXAMPLE:name: foundry
EXAMPLE:old password: foundry
EXAMPLE:new password: new_pass
EXAMPLE:re-enter password: new_pass
Passwords are case-sensitive and must be a minimum of three to a maximum of eight characters. Make a note of
the password that you use.
Setting the System Date and Time
EXAMPLE:AR1208# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure# date - 0 0 mo 3 d 19 y 2000 h 14 mi 40 s 35
The first portion of this command, date - 0 0, establishes offset from GMT. The minus sign inputs offset direction,
and the two numbers input offset hours and minutes. The second portion of this command, mo 3 d 19 y 2000 h 14
mi 40 s 35, inputs the local month, day, year, hour, minute, and second.
Entering an Ethernet IP Address and Subnet Mask
EXAMPLE:AR1208# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure# interface ethernet 0
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure/interface/ethernet 0# ip address 10.1.100.28 255.255.255.0
Interface Configuration
The following are examples of T1, CT3, and DS3 interface configurations. To scroll through the options available
at any command prompt, press the Tab key. For descriptions of the options available at any command prompt,
type help and press Enter.
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T1 Interface
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# module t1 4
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/module/t1 4# clock_source line
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/module/t1 4# framing esf
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/module/t1 4# linecode b8zs
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/module/t1 4# yellow_alarm gen_det
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/module/t1 4# exit 3
E1 Interface
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure# module e1 4
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/module/e1 4# clock_source line
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/module/e1 4# framing crc
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/module/e1 4# exit 2
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure# cabletype monitor_port 1 twisted_pair
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure# module e1 4
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/module/e1 4# linecode hdb3
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/module/e1 4# yellow_alarm gen_det
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/module/e1 4# exit 3
Bundle Configuration
Foundry systems support PPP, MLPPP, FR, MFR, and Cisco-compatible HDLC for WAN data transmission.
NOTE: Bundle names cannot exceed eight characters.
The following are examples of bundles configured for T1/E1, fractional T1/E1, and NxT1/NxE1 transmission.
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Fractional T1/Cisco-compatible HDLC Bundle
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# interface bundle Denver
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Denver# link t1 3:1-6
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Denver# encapsulation hdlc
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Denver# hdlc keepalive 20
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Denver# ip address 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Denver# exit 3
T1or E1/PPP Bundle
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# interface bundle Boston
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Boston# link t1 4
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Boston# encapsulation ppp
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Boston# ip address 199.1.1.1 255.255.255.0
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Boston# exit 3
Routing Configuration
Foundry products support RIP, OSPF, and BGP4 routing protocols.
RIP
Configuring RIP for Ethernet 0 and WAN 1 interfaces.
EXAMPLE:AR1208# configure terminal
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure# router rip
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure/router rip# interface ethernet0
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure/router rip/interface ethernet0# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure/router rip# interface wan1
EXAMPLE:AR1208/configure/router rip/interface wan1# exit 3
OSPF
Configuring OSPF between a LAN and a WAN running MLPPP.
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EXAMPLE:AR1208-T# configure terminal
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# interface ethernet 0
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/ethernet 0# ip address 10.10.10.1 24
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/ethernet 0# exit 2
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# interface bundle Dallas
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Dallas# link ct3 1 1-10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Dallas# encapsulation ppp
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Dallas# ip address 20.20.20.1 24
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Dallas# exit 2
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# router routerid 10.10.10.1
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# router ospf
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf# area 760
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf/area 760# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf# interface Dallas area_id 760
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf/interface Dallas# cost 10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf/interface Dallas# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf#interface ethernet0 area_id 760
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf/interface ethernet0# cost 10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf/interface ethernet0# priority 0
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/ospf/interface ethernet0# exit 3
BGP4
Configuring EBGP between two different autonomous systems.
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# interface bundle Chicago
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Chicago# link ct3 1 1-10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Chicago# encapsulation ppp
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Chicago# ip address 20.20.20.1 24
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/bundle Chicago# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# router bgp 10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10# neighbor 20.20.20.2 20
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10/neighbor 20.20.20.2 20# exit 3
Configuring IBGP between two neighbors in the same autonomous system.
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EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# interface ethernet 0
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/ethernet 0# ip address 10.10.10.1 24
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/interface/ethernet 0# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# router bgp 10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10# neighbor 10.10.10.2 10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10/neighbor 10.10.10.2 10# exit 3
Redistributing static and connected routes.
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# ip route 9.9.0.0 255.255.0.0 10.10.10.10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure# router bgp 10
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10# redistribute static
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10# redistribute connected
EXAMPLE:AR1208-T/configure/router/bgp 10# exit 2
NxE1/MFR Bundle
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure# interface bundle Madrid
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid# link e1 3-4
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid# encapsulation fr
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid# fr
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr# intf_type dce
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr# lmi
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr/lmi# keepalive 12
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr/lmi# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr# pvc 16
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr/pvc 16# shaping cir 1920000
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr/pvc 16# exit
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr# enable interface
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle Madrid/fr# exit 4
Fractional E1/Cisco-compatible HDLC Bundle
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E# configure term
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure# interface bundle London
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle London# link e1 3:1-6
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle London# encapsulation hdlc
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle London# hdlc keepalive 20
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle London# ip address 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
EXAMPLE:AR1208-E/configure/interface/bundle London# exit 3
Saving Configurations
Use the following command to save new configurations to system memory.
EXAMPLE:AR1208# write mem
Use the following command to save new configurations to a network host for archiving and back-up purposes.
Identify the host name or IP address, the host directory the file is being transferred to, and the new name as
follows.
EXAMPLE:AR1208# save network 10.1.100.149 /maindir/config01.txt
When saving to a network host, the host directory and file name must pre-exist.
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Installing and Configuring Rack-Mounted Systems
LEDs
The Foundry system front-panel LEDs indicate real-time unit status. The following table provides information
about how to interpret the various LED states. For more detailed LED descriptions, refer to the Foundry
Installation Guide: Domestic Products.
LED State
Description
Off
Indicates an absence of power, a deselected function, or an outof-service link
Green
Indicates either an engaged or a properly functioning feature
Yellow
Indicates an out-of-service test or a failed DC converter (Power
LED)
Green or yellow with
blinking red
Same as above conditions for green and yellow, but one or more
of the following errors have been detected on a T1 port:
Framing bit errors
CRC-6 errors (in ESF mode)
Line code violations
Red
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