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This chapter describes the commands that let you activate, configure, display, and delete resources at
various levels of the switch. These levels are:
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Node
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Card
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Line
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Port
The MGX 8850 node uses the concept of a bay. The bay refers to the back card position. The T3/E3,
OC-3, and OC-12 versions of the ATM Switching Service Module (AXSM) can have two back cards,
one in bay 1 (upper slot) and the second in bay 2 (lower slot). The MGX-AXSM-1-2488 (OC-48 AXSM)
can have a back card in bay 1 only. For further descriptions and illustrations of the card sets, refer to
Cisco MGX 8850 Hardware Installation Guide.
Position-Dependent and Keyword-Driven Parameters
A command can include parameters that are keyword-driven or position-dependent.
For position-dependent parameters, you must type parameters in the order they appear in the syntax
description or on-line help. To create a logical port, for example, the position-dependent syntax is:
addport <ifNum> <bay.line> <guaranteedRate> <maxrate> <sctID> <ifType> [vpi]
For a keyword-driven parameter, a keyword must precede the value. The keyword is preceded by a dash
and followed by the parameter (–timeout <secs>, for example). The order that you enter keyword-driven
parameters does not matter—although any preceding or succeeding, position-dependent parameters
must appear as they do in the command syntax description.
In the following syntax example, the command is to delete more than one connection at a time. The
mandatory, position-dependent connection identifier consist of a logical port (ifNum) and the VPI and
VCI of the first connection to delete. After the connection identifier, the line shows two optional,
keyword-driven parameters. These keyword-driven parameters let you enter the number of connections
to delete and specify verbose mode:
delcons <ifNum> <vpi> <vci> [-num <num. conns to del>] [-verbose < 1 | 0 >]
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Command Entry
Command Entry
When you enter a command with the current version of the product, you must type all intended
arguments before you press the Return key or Enter key.
If you press the Return key or Enter key with incorrect parameters or no parameters (if the command
requires parameters), a message displays the syntax and parameter ranges. The returned message may
also suggest what the problem is. For example, the message may warn of too few parameters. No error
messages or warnings appear until you complete the command.
Identifying the AXSM Models
The model number of an AXSM identifies the line speed, line count, and number of bays (see Table 3-1.)
Note that the number of lines applies to an individual back card, so the total number of lines supported
by the front card equals the highest line number times the number of bays. The OC-48 card
AXSM-1-2488 has the lowest number of lines—one. The highest number of lines exist on the
AXSM-16-155 and AXSM-16-T3E3—16, as the name indicates.
The MGX 8850 switch features the concept of a bay. The bay refers to the upper or lower location of a
single-height card. (The switch has a double-height card cage, so a single-height back card necessarily
occupies either an upper or lower position.)
The T3/E3, OC-3, and OC-12 versions of the AXSM can have two back cards, one in bay 1 (upper
location of the back slot) and the second in bay 2 (lower slot). The MGX-AXSM-1-2488 (OC-48 AXSM)
can have a back card in bay 1 only. For further descriptions and illustrations of the card sets, refer to
Cisco MGX 8850 Hardware Installation Guide, Release 2.
Table 3-1
Valid Line Numbers and Number of Bays for AXSM Card Types
Front Card
Speed
Lines
Bays
AXSM-1-2488
OC-48
1
1
AXSM-4-622
OC-12
1–4
1–2
AXSM-16-155
OC-3
1–8
1–2
AXSM-16-T3E3
T3, E3
1–8
1–2
Connection Capacities of the AXSM
The SVC and SPVC connection capacities for the front card, back card, and physical lines appear in
Table 3-2 and Table 3-3. The capacity of a single AXSM card is greater than that of the node itself.
Nevertheless, the tables provide these maximums when you plan the use of commands such as
addrscprtn, addcon, and any other command where you may want to know the capacity of the
configured item to support connections.
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Table 3-2
Maximum Connections by Connection Type and Front Card
Front Card
SVC
SPVC
AXSM-1-2488
128 K
64 K
AXSM-4-622
128 K
64 K
AXSM-16-155
128 K
64 K
AXSM-16-T3E3
128 K
64 K
Table 3-3
Maximum Connections on Back Cards and Lines
Card Type
Back Card Maximum
Physical Line Maximum
OC-48c
128 K
64 K
OC-12c
64 K
32 K
OC-3c
64 K
32 K
T3
64 K
64 K
E3
64 K
64 K
Identifying Physical and Logical Elements
The Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) control protocol and the service modules use
different formats to identify the same entity. For example, the format of a logical port that you enter on
an AXSM is different from the format you would enter on the PXM45. This section describes these
formats in the PNNI and AXSM contexts and how they correspond to each other. The parallel actions of
configuring or displaying logical elements on different cards is broadly illustrated in the Cisco
MGX 8850 Routing Switch Software Configuration Guide, Release 2.0.
Apart from the way PNNI and the lower levels of logic identify the same element, the sequence of
commands also needs explanation. When you configure logical ports—for just one example—you must
complete certain tasks on the AXSM CLI before or after related PNNI tasks. For certain commands, this
manual lists prerequisite commands or tasks. For more details on the sequence of tasks, refer to the Cisco
MGX 8850 Routing Switch Software Configuration Guide, Release 2.0, for more details of this sequence.
AXSM Format
On a service module, you identify the follow when you provision the capabilities of the card:
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Slot
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Bay
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Line
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Logical port
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Port group
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Resource partition
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Not all of these elements correspond to elements you specify on the PXM45. Subsequent paragraphs
describe only the common elements that are visible on the CLI of the PXM and the service module. The
preceding elements are further defined in the Cisco MGX 8850 Routing Switch Software Configuration
Guide, Release 2.0.
For a UNI or NNI, one logical interface (or logical port) exists per physical line. For virtual network to
network interfaces (VNNIs), you can configure multiple ports on a line. The maximum number of logical
ports on an AXSM is 60 regardless of the AXSM model or the number of lines on the back cards. The
range of logical port numbers is 1–60 for an AXSM regardless of whether the interface type is UNI, NNI,
or VNNI.
PNNI Format
The PNNI controller requires the following format to identify a physical port:
[shelf.]slot[:subslot].port[:subport]
The PNNI physical port identifier (physical port ID) consists of a series of mandatory elements. Note
the period or colon associated with each element inside the square brackets. The elements of the physical
port ID are as follows:
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The shelf is always 1 for the current product and so is usually omitted.
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The slot number of the front card.
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Subslot is the number of the bay where the back card resides. This number is 1 or 2.
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Port is the physical line.
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Subport corresponds to the resource partition on the AXSM. For a UNI or NNI, this resource
partition is the same number as the logical port number (ifNum) on the AXSM. For a virtual
network-to-network interface (VNNI), the number does not directly correspond to the
For each physical port number, PNNI also generates a logical port number as an encrypted form of the
physical port number. The logical port number appears as an unformatted numerical string. For example,
a PNNI physical port ID may have the form 1:1.2:2, so the PNNI logical port number would be
16848898. Where needed, the descriptions in the PNNI command chapter define the need for this logical
port number. (This section does not define a PNNI logical port number, nor does it describe the
correspondence between an AXSM port and a PNNI logical port number.) For the correspondence
between a PNNI physical port and the port identifier on an AXSM, see Table 3-4.
Table 3-4
Mapping PNNI Port ID to AXSM Elements
PNNI port
AXSM
Shelf
N/A
Slot
Slot
Subslot
Bay (for upper or lower back card)
Port
Line
Subport
Logical interface (or port)
As Table 3-4 shows, a port to PNNI is a line on the AXSM, and a subport to PNNI is a logical interface
(or logical port) on an AXSM. An example of a PNNI physical port identifier is 1:2.1:1. This portid
corresponds to an AXSM, with the following particulars:
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Slot 1
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Bay 2
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Line 1
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Logical interface 1 (or logical port 1)
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addapsln
addapsln
Add APS Line
Creates (designates) a pair of lines (workingIndex, protectIndex) as APS lines. To configure the APS
parameters, use the cnfapsln command after creating the lines using the addapsln command.
APS Overview
Automatic Protection Switching (APS) is a standards-based redundancy scheme which enhances
network reliability by protecting against line failure. APS is defined in Bellcore and ITU standards for
North American SONET and international Synchronous Data Hierarchy (SDH) optical network links.
The relevant standards are Bellcore GR-253 and ITU-T G.783.
APS enables a pair of SONET lines to be configured for line redundancy. The APS pair consists of a
working line (workingIndex) and a protection line (protectIndex), where one line is active and the other
is a backup. Whether or not the backup line passes real traffic while in standby mode depends on the
APS architecture mode (archmode).
Coordination of line switching is controlled by an in-band signaling protocol. If the fiber optic carrier
for the active line is severed or damaged, the in-band signaling protocol must detect the fault within 10
milliseconds. After the in-band signaling protocol has detected the fault, it must switch the user traffic
to the standby line within 50 milliseconds.
When the revertive option is enabled (see cnfapsln), the in-band signaling protocol will attempt to
switch the user traffic back to the working line from the protection line after the working line becomes
functional again. However, it must wait for the configured time period (wait to restore) to elapse.
Direction
APS can be configured in two directions (see direction parameter in cnfapsln), bidirectional and
unidirectional. Bidirectional means that both the receiving and transmitting paths are switched.
Unidirectional means that only the affected path, receiving or transmitting, is switched.
Same-card APS
In same-card APS, the working bay and protection bay must be the same, and the working line and
protection line must be adjacent.
Architecture mode 1:1 is supported only on same-card APS.
Cross-card APS
In cross-card APS, the working bay and line number, and the protection bay and line number must be
the same. The working slot and the protection slot must be adjacent. Card redundancy must be
configured on the two cards before cross-card APS can be added.
Architecture modes 1+1, Annex 1+1, and Straight 1+1 Nok1k2 are supported on same-card as well as
cross-card APS.
APS Architecture Modes (archmode)
The MGX 8850 supports two architecture modes. You must select one of these architecture modes in the
archmode parameter when you execute the addapsln command.
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APS 1:1—provides line redundancy with traffic on the active line only
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APS 1+1—provides line redundancy with traffic on both lines
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Note
APS 1:1 is only supported on Model B software. It is not supported on Model A software.
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Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
AXSM Syntax
addapsln <workingIndex> <protectIndex> <archmode>
AXSM Syntax Description
workingIndex
Slot number, bay number, and line number of the working line in the format:
slot.bay.line
protectIndex
Slot number, bay number, and line number of the protection line in the format:
slot.bay.line
archmode
The APS architecture mode to be used on the working/protection line pairs.
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1 = 1+1 – provides line redundancy with traffic on both lines.
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2 = 1:1 – provides line redundancy with traffic on the active line only.
Related Commands
cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
The following example assigns 1+1 APS redundancy to two lines on the same card:
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > addapsln 9.2.1 9.2.2 1
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addcontroller
addcontroller
Add Controller
Identifies a network control protocol to the Virtual Switch Interface (VSI) that runs on the node. If you
do not identify a network control protocol (or simply controller), the switch does not use it. Adding a
controller through the addcontroller command requires the following information:
Note
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The type of controller, such as PNNI
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Where the controller runs—internally, on the local PXM45, or externally, through a virtual
connection
Currently, the only supported controller is PNNI, and it runs only as an internal controller.
Use addcontroller before you create resource partitions the service modules. For information on
resource partitions, see the description of addpart (or addrscprtn).
If you discover an error in your controller specification after you add it, delete the controller by
executing delcontroller then add it again.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
The syntax differs for internal and external controllers:
Internal controller:
addcontroller <cntrlrId> i <cntrlrType> <lslot> cntrlrName]
External controller:
addcontroller <cntrlrId> x<cntrlrType> <lslot> <bay> <line> <vpi> <vci> [cntrlrName]
Syntax Description for Internal Controller
cntrlrId
A number in the range 1–3 that identifies a network controller. The numbers are
reserved, as follows:
1 = PAR (Portable AutoRoute)—currently not used
2 = PNNI
3 = LSC (Label Switch Controller, also known as MPLS for Multiprotocol Label
Switch Controller)—currently not used
Note
i
For an internal controller, the controller ID (cntrlrId) must be the same as
the controller type (cntrlrType). Currently, the only available controller is
PNNI, and only internal controllers are supported. Therefore, the only
valid argument string for addcontroller is “2 i 2.” See the example.
Keyword indicating that this controller is internal.
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cntrlrType
A number in the range 1–3 that identifies a network controller. For internal
controllers, the numbers are reserved, as follows:
1 = PAR (Portable AutoRoute)—currently not used
2 = PNNI
3 = LSC (Label Switch Controller, also known as MPLS for Multiprotocol Label
Switch Controller)—currently not used
Note
For an internal controller, the controller type (cntrlrType) must be the
same as the controller ID (cntrlrId).
lslot
The logical slot number on which the controller resides. For the PXM45, lslot is 7
regardless of which card is active.
cntrlrName
(Optional) A string to serve as a name for the controller.
Syntax Description for External Controller
Note
Currently, the switch does not support an external controller.
cntrlrId
A number in the range 4–20 that identifies a controller. (cntrlrId 1–3 is reserved for
PAR, PNNI, and MPLS/LSC, respectively.) For external controllers, cntrlrId can
differ from cntrlrType.
x
Keyword indicating that this controller is external.
cntrlrType
A number in the range 1–3 that identifies the controller:
1 = PAR (Portable AutoRoute)—currently not used
2 = PNNI
3 = LSC (Label Switch Controller, also known as MPLS for Multiprotocol Label
Switch Controller)—currently not used
lslot
The number of the slot that has the virtual connection through which the controller
operates. The ranges are 1–6 and 9–16.
bay
Applies to only external controllers. Upper or lower position of the back card. Type a
1 for upper bay or a 2 for lower bay.
line
Applies to only external controllers. A number specifying the physical line number.
The range is 1 through the highest number of lines on the back card. See Table 3-1 for
a list.
vpi
Applies to only external controllers. VPI in the range 0–255.
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vci
Applies to only external controllers. VCI in the range 1–65535.
cntrlrName
(Optional) A string to serve as a name for the controller.
Related Commands
dspcontrollers, delcontroller
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: SUPER_GP
Example
Add an internal PNNI controller. Note that, as stated in the Syntax Description for an Internal Controller,
the controller ID matches the controller type. The optional controller name is “pnni.” No system
response appears unless an error occurs.
MGX8850.PXM45.a > addcontroller 2 i 2 7 pnni
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addfdr
addfdr
Add Feeder
Adds a feeder node connection to the specified port (ifNum). The interface numbers of active ports are
displayed in the dspports command report. LMI is up by default when you use addfdr.
When adding a feeder node, the following conditions apply:
•
You can add a feeder node only to an already existing port (ifNum).
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You cannot add a feeder node to a port that already has a connection established on it.
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You cannot add a feeder node to a port with ILMI enabled.
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You cannot enable ILMI on a port that has a feeder node connection on it.
For more detailed information on configuring a feeder, see the Cisco MGX 8850 Switch Software
Configuration Guide, Release 2.
Syntax
addfdr <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the port to which the feeder node connection will be added.
The interface numbers of active ports are displayed in the dspports command report.
Card(s) on Which This Command Executes
AXSM
Related Commands
delfdr, dspfdr, dspfdrs
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > addfdr 1
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addpart
addpart
Add Resource Partition
Add a resource partition. Before you add resource partitions, be sure you have a plan for future
developments, such as the addition of a new controller.
Note
The addpart and addrscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘addrscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 node. Use the command name that suits you.
The same identification applies to commands that display and delete a resource partition. In fact, you
can add a resource partition with addrscprtn then display and delete that partition by executing
dsppart and delpart, respectively.
A resource partition consists of:
Note
•
Guaranteed percentage of bandwidth.
•
VPI and VCI ranges.
•
Guaranteed minimum and maximum number of connections.
The maximum number of connections must be greater than 10.
Before adding a resource partition, you must:
Note
•
Activate physical lines on the card (upln and optional cnfln).
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Add logical ports to the physical lines (addport or optional cnfport).
•
Run the addcontroller command on the PXM45 to identify the controller type to the Cisco Virtual
Switch Interface (VSI) and give that controller an ID number. The addpart command requires this
controller ID as an argument.
For a virtual network-to-network interface (VNNI—also known as a virtual trunk), you can configure
one VNNI per port and one port per partition. Specify a VNNI through addport.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
addpart <if_num> <part_id> <ctrlr_id> <egrminbw> <egrmaxbw> <ingminbw> <ingmaxbw>
<min_vpi> <max_vpi> <min_vci> <max_vci>
minConns
maxConns
Syntax Description
if_num
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
part_ID
The partition ID number in the range of 1–5.
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ctrlr_id
A number in the range 1–3 that identifies a network controller. The numbers are
reserved, as follows:
1 = PAR (Portable AutoRoute)—currently not used
2 = PNNI
3 = LSC (Label Switch Controller, also known as MPLS for Multiprotocol Label
Switch Controller)—currently not used
egrminbw
A guaranteed percentage of egress bandwidth. Each unit of egrminbw is 0.000001 of
the total bandwidth on the port. (An egrMinBw of 1000000 = 100%.) This approach
provides a high level of granularity.
egrmaxbw
A maximum percentage of the bandwidth. Each unit of egrmaxbw is 0.000001 of the
total bandwidth available to the port. (An egrMaxBw of 1000000 = 100%.) The
resulting bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
ingminbw
A guaranteed percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each unit of ingminbw is 0.000001
of the total bandwidth available to the port. For example, an ingMinBw of
1000000 = 100%.
ingmaxbw
A maximum percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each increment of ingmaxbw is
0.000001 of the total bandwidth on the port. For example, an ingMaxBw of
1000000 = 100%. Note that the maximum ingress bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
minvpi
Minimum VPI. For NNI, the range is 0–4095. For UNI, the range is 0–255.
maxvpi
Maximum VPI in the range 0–4095 for an NNI. For a UNI, the range is 0–255. The
maxvpi cannot be less than the minvpi.
minvci
Minimum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
maxvci
Maximum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
minConns
A guaranteed number of connections. The range is between 0 and the maximum
number of connections in the port group. See dspcd for information on port groups.
maxConns
A maximum number of connections. The range is between 10 and the maximum
number of connections in the port group. See dspcd port group information. The
value of maxConns cannot be less than the value of minConns.
Related Commands
cnfpart, delpart, dspparts, dsppart
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
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Example
Create a resource partition with the following parameters:
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Logical port 4 (already created by executing addport)
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Partition number 4
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Controller ID 2 (the reserved ID for PNNI)
•
10% of the bandwidth in the egress and ingress directions reserved for this partition
•
The range for VPIs is 10–110, the range for VCIs is 100–2000
•
Minimum guaranteed connections is 100, maximum number of connections is 500
MGX8850.3.AXSM.a > addpart 4 4 2 100000 100000 100000 100000 10 110 100 2000 100 500
Check the configuration with dspparts and dsppart.
MGX8850.3.AXSM.a > dspparts
if part Ctlr egr
egr
ingr
ingr
min max
min
max min
max
Num ID
ID
GuarBw MaxBw
GuarBw MaxBw
vpi vpi
vci
vci conn conn
(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------4
4
2 100000 100000 100000 100000
10 110
100 2000
100
500
MGX8850.3.AXSM.a > dsppart 4 4
Interface Number
:
Partition Id
:
Controller Id
:
egr Guaranteed bw(.0001percent):
egr Maximum bw(.0001percent)
:
ing Guaranteed bw(.0001percent):
ing Maximum bw(.0001percent)
:
min vpi
:
max vpi
:
min vci
:
max vci
:
guaranteed connections
:
maximum connections
:
4
4
2
100000
100000
100000
100000
10
110
100
2000
100
500
Number of SPVC: 0
Number of SPVP: 0
Number of SVC : 0
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addport
Add Port—add a logical port (to the VSI slave).
A logical port is associated with a physical line. For a UNI or NNI, a line can support one logical port.
For a virtual NNI (VNNI), a line can support multiple logical ports.
The range of logical port numbers is 1–60 for the AXSM regardless of the interface type (UNI, NNI, or
VNNI). For example, if a card supports 4 lines and all lines support UNI, the card can have 4 logical
ports whether their numbers are 1–4, 11–14, 57–60, and so on.
You can only execute addport, on a currently active line. See upln.
Note
The maximum number of logical ports for the entire node is 99. This value is imposed by the
PXM45/A.
Note
If your are going to use card statistics, you must execute cnfcdstat before you add any logical ports
using addport. You cannot configure card statistics once you have any logical ports added.
The information you specify with addport consists of the:
•
Logical port number
•
Line number and bay number
•
Guaranteed rate and the maximum rate—currently the same for all interface types
•
Service class template ID for the logical interface
•
Type of interface (UNI, NNI, or VNNI)
•
VPI for all connections on the port if the interface type is VNNI
The node supports a template approach to specifying parameters for large numbers of connections. (You
can modify an individual connection as needed using cnfcon.) The name of such a template is Service
Class Template (SCT). The targets of template application are the logical ports on the one hand and the
card itself on the other. The addport command lets you specify an SCT for a port, and cnfcdsct lets you
specify an SCT for the card. You can specify the same or different SCT number for either the port or
card-level, but you definitely need to specify an SCT for each card and port. The system automatically
assigns a card-level SCT to a card or a port-level SCT of the same number to a port. (For example, if you
specify SCT 2 for a port, the system does not assign card-level SCT 2 to that port.)
Cisco Systems provides SCT numbers 2 and 3. SCT 2 contains policing parameters, but SCT 3 does not.
You should specify SCT 2 or 3 or create new templates by modifying SCT 2 or 3 in the Cisco WAN
Manager application and saving them with different SCT numbers. To see the actual values in an SCT,
use dspportsct for a port SCT or dspcdsct for a card-level SCT. To see a list of SCT files on the disk,
execute cd to get to the SCT directory, then execute ls to find the directory named “AXSM.”
Until you specify an SCT, the AXSM has a default SCT of 0. The system uses SCT ID = 0 when:
•
The AXSM is powered-up for the first time.
•
The card’s database is rebuilt.
•
The card is rebooted and the user-specified SCT file for a particular port is corrupt or missing. In
this situation, the default applies to only the affected port.
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Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
addport <ifNum> <bay.line> <guaranteedRate> <maxrate> <sctID> <ifType>
[vpi]
Note
For all ports, guaranteedRate must be the same as maxrate.
Syntax Description
ifNum
A logical port (interface) number. Only one logical port is allowed if the line
operates as a UNI or NNI. For the virtual network to network interface (VNNI),
multiple ports can exist on a line. For AXSM, the range 1–60.
bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from 1
to the highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line numbers on
specific AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
guaranteedRate
Guaranteed rate on a port in cells per second. For all interface types (UNI, NNI,
or VNNI), guaranteedRate must be the same as maxrate. The total guaranteed
rates cannot exceed the highest value in the following ranges:
OC48: 50–5651320 cps
OC12: 50–1412830 cps
OC3: 50–353207 cps
T3: 50–96000 cps for PLCP or 104268 cps for ADM
E3: 50–80000 cps
maxRate
Maximum rate on a logical port in cells/second. For all interface types (UNI,
NNI, or VNNI), guaranteedRate must be the same as maxrate. The total
maximum rates cannot exceed the highest value in the following ranges:
OC48: 50–5651320 cps
OC12: 50–1412830 cps
OC3: 50–353207 cps
T3: 50–96000 cps for PLCP or 104268 cps for ADM
E3: 50–80000 cps
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sctID
The ID of a service class template (SCT) for the port. The range is 0–255. The
SCT file must exist on the PXM45 disk. See cnfcdsct.
Cisco Systems provides SCT numbers 2 and 3. You can create more SCTs by
modifying an existing SCT through the Cisco WAN Manager application and
saving it with another SCT number. Subsequently, you can assign the new SCT
to the port by the sctID parameter in cnfport.
Note
ifType
Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the
SCTs, so you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco
WAN Manager. These parameters are PCR, SCR, and ICR.
Specifies the interface type:
1 = UNI
2 = NNI
3 = Virtual path NNI (VNNI)
vpi
Virtual path identifier in the range 1–4095.
Related Commands
cnfport, delport, dspport, dspports, dspportsct
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
Create logical port 1 on line 1, bay 1. Currently, the minimum and maximum cells per second must be
the same and are 96000 cps in this example. The egress SCT file ID is 4. The interface type is NNI (2).
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > addport 1 1.1 96000 96000 4 2
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addred
Add Redundancy
Links two slots to support card-level redundancy for a pair of service modules. The pair consists of a
primary slot and a secondary slot. Currently, the only form of redundancy for service modules is 1:1.
Although 1:n appears in the Help display, it is reserved for future use.
To see the slots where redundancy exists, use dspcd or dspcds.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
addred <redPrimarySlotNum> <redSecondarySlotNum> <RedType>
Syntax Description
redPrimarySlotNum
Slot number that contains the primary card of the pair. The ranges are 1–6
and 9–14 on the
MGX 8850 switch.
redSecondarySlotNum
Slot number that contains the secondary card. The ranges are 1–6 and 9–14
on the MGX 8850 switch.
RedType
Value to set type of redundancy to be deployed on the PXM45.
1 = 1:1 Y Cable
2 = 1:N (reserved for future use)
Related Commands
dspred, delred, switchredcd
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: SUPER_GP
Example
This example adds 1:1 Y Cable redundancy in slots 7 and 8.
MGX8850.7.PXM.a > addred 7.8.1
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addrscprtn
addrscprtn
Add Resource Partition
Add a logical partition of resources for a network controller on a port. Before you add resource
partitions, be sure a plan exists for future developments, such as the addition of a new controller.
Note
The addpart and addrscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘addrscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. Use whichever command name suits
you purpose. The same identification applies to commands that display and delete a resource
partition. In fact, you could add a resource partition with addrscprtn then display and delete that
partition by executing dsppart and delpart, respectively.
A resource partition consists of:
Note
•
Guaranteed percentage of bandwidth.
•
VPI and VCI ranges.
•
Guaranteed minimum and maximum number of connections.
The maximum number of connections must be greater than 10.
Before adding a resource partition, you must:
•
Activate physical lines on the card (upln and optional cnfln).
•
Add logical ports to the physical lines (addport and optional cnfport).
•
Execute addcontroller on the PXM45 to identify a controller type to the Cisco Virtual Switch
Interface (VSI) and give that controller an ID number. The addrscprtn command takes this
controller ID as an argument.
The current network control application is PNNI. For possible future use, plan the partitioning to reflect
possible use of MPLS or other controllers.
Note
For VNNIs (virtual trunks), you can configure one VNNI per port and one port per partition. Specify
the VNNI interface type through the addport command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
addrscprtn <if_num> <part_id> <ctrlr_id> <egrminbw> <egrmaxbw> <ingminbw> <ingmaxbw>
<minVpi> <maxVpi> <minVci> <maxVci>
minConns
maxConns
Note
The maximum number of connections must be at least 10.
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Syntax Description
if_num
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
part_ID
The number of the partition in the range 1–5.
ctrlr_id
The number of the controller in the range 1–20.
egrminbw
A guaranteed percentage of egress bandwidth. Each unit of egrMinBw is 0.00001 of the
total bandwidth on the port. (An egrMinBw of 1000000 = 100%.) This approach provides
a high level of granularity.
egrmaxbw
A maximum percentage of the bandwidth. Each unit of egrMaxBw is 0.00001 of the total
bandwidth available to the port. (An egrMaxBw of 1000000 = 100%.) The resulting
bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
ingminbw
A guaranteed percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each unit of ingMinBw is 0.00001 of
the total bandwidth available on a port. For example, an ingMinBw of 1000000 = 100%.
ingmaxbw
A maximum percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each increment of ingMaxBw is
0.00001 of the total bandwidth on the port. For example, an ingMaxBw of 1000000 =
100%. Note that the maximum ingress bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
minVpi
Minimum VPI. For NNI, the range is 0–4095. For UNI, the range is 0–255.
For a virtual trunk (VNNI interface type in the addport command), the minVpi must be
the same as the maxVpi.
maxVpi
Maximum VPI in the range 0–4095 for an NNI. For a UNI, the range is 0–255. The
minVpi cannot be less than the maxVpi.
minVci
Minimum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
maxVci
Maximum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
minConns
A guaranteed number of connections. The range is between 0 and the maximum number
of connections in the port group. See dspcd for information about port groups.
maxConns
A maximum number of connections. The range is between 0 and the maximum number
of connections in the port group. See dspcd port group information. maxConns cannot be
less than minConns.
Related Commands
cnfrscprtn, delrscprtn, dsprscprtns, dsprscprtn
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
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clrbecnt
Clear Bit Error Count
The clrbecnt command lets you clear the APS-related bit error counters for a working line. To see the
contents of the error counters, use the dspbecnt command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
clrbecnt <working-bay.line>
Syntax Description
working-bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from 1
to the highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line numbers on
specific AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: SERVICE_GP
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clrfdrstat
Clear Feeder Statistics
Clears the LMI and node statistics for the feeder on the specified port (ifNum).
For more detailed information on configuring a feeder, see the Cisco MGX 8850 Switch Software
Configuration Guide, Release 2.
Syntax
clrfdrstat <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the port on which to clear the feeder statistics. The interface
numbers of active ports are displayed in the dspports command report.
Card(s) on Which This Command Executes
AXSM
Related Commands
dspfdrstat
Attributes
Log: log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
clrfdrstat 1
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cnfapsln
Configure APS Line
Configures the APS parameters for a line (working line). Use the cnfapsln command after creating the
line using the addapsln command.
See the description for the addapsln command for a detailed explanation of Automatic Protection
Switching (APS).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
cnfapsln
-w <working line>
[-sf SignalFaultBER ]
[-sd SignalDegradeBER]
[-wtr Wait To Restore]
[-dr direction]
[-rv revertive]
Syntax Description
workingLine
Slot number, bay number, and line number of the active line to configure, in
the format:
slot.bay.line
Example: -w 1.1.1
SignalFaultBER
A number between 3 and 5 indicating the Signal Fault Bit Error Rate (BER),
in powers of ten:
•
3 = 10-3
•
4 = 10-4
•
5 = 10-5
Example: -sf 3
SignalDegradeBER
A power if 10 in the range 5–9 that indicates the Signal Degrade Bit Error
Rate (BER):
•
5 = 10-5
•
6 = 10-6
•
7 = 10-7
•
8 = 10-8
•
9 = 10-9
Example: -sd 5
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Wait To Restore
The number of minutes to wait after the working line has become functional
again, before switching back to the working line from the protection line.
The range is 5–12.
Example: -wtr 5
direction
1: unidirectional, 2: bidirectional
Example: -dr 2
Bidirectional means that both the receiving and transmitting paths are
switched. Unidirectional means that only the affected path, receiving or
transmitting, is switched.
revertive
1: non-revertive, 2: revertive
Example: -rv 1
Related Commands
addapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
cnfapsln -w 1.1.1 -sf 3 -sd 5 -wtr 5 -dr 2 -rv 1
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cnfatmln
Configure ATM Line
Configures the ATM layer cell header for the specified line (bay.line).
You must configure the ATM layer cell header for a line before you activate the line using upln, or before
you add a logical port to the line using addport.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
cnfatmln
-ln <bay.line>
-sps <PayloadScramble>
-nch <cellhdr>
-ncp <cellpayload>
-hcs <hcs>
Syntax Description
-ln
Specifies the bay and line number in the format bay.line. The bay is 1 or 2. The line
can be from 1 to the highest numbered line on the back card. For the line number
ranges on an AXSM model, see Table 3-1.
-sps
Specifies the number that enables (1) or disables (2) payload scrambling. The default
value for PayloadScramble is enabled. The setting must be the same at both ends of
the line and throughout the path.
-nch
Specifies the four-byte hexadecimal number to serve as the null cell header (cellhdr).
The range for cellhdr is all 0s through ffffffff.
-ncp
Specifies a 8-bit hexadecimal byte to serve as the null cell header. The range for
cellpayload is 1–ff. The default is 6a.
-hcs
Specifies the number to disable (1) or enable (2) HCS coset The default is enabled.
Related Commands
dspatmln
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
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Example
For AXSM, line 1, bay 1, disable payload scrambling and specify a null cell header.
MGX8850.7.AXSM.a > cnfatmln -ln 1.1 -sps 2 -nch ab12abab
For AXSM, line 1, bay 1, enable payload scrambling and specify null cell headers.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > cnfatmln -ln 1.1 -sps 1 -nch 1a1a1a1a -ncp aa
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cnfcdsct
Configure Card SCT
Assign a service class template (SCT) to an AXSM at the card level. The template contains bandwidth
and policing parameters for an AXSM.
Note
Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the service class templates (SCTs), so
you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco WAN Manager. These parameters are (when
applicable) PCR, SCR, and ICR.
Usage Guidelines
The cnfcdsct command is card level because it applies to the card’s interface to the backplane. (See
addport for specifying an SCT for a port.) The following characteristics apply to cnfcdsct.
•
A valid SCT file must exist on the PXM45 disk before you execute cnfcdsct. To see a list of SCT
files on the disk, execute cd to get to the SCT directory, then execute ls to see the directory named
AXSM.
•
You must execute cnfcdsct only when the card is down.
•
You cannot change the SCT configuration if any ports, lines, or partitions are configured.
•
To see the ID of the current SCT, use dspcd for the card-level SCT or dspport for a port-level SCT.
•
To see the actual contents of SCT 2 and SCT 3, use dspcdsct.
Background
The node supports a template approach to specifying parameters for large numbers of connections. (You
can modify an individual connection as needed through cnfcon.) The name of such a template is service
class template (SCT). The targets of template application are the logical ports on the one hand and the
card itself on the other. The addport command lets you specify an SCT for a port, and cnfcdsct lets you
specify an SCT for the card. You can specify the same or different SCT number for either the port or
card-level, but you definitely need to specify an SCT for each card and port. The system automatically
assigns a card-level SCT to a card or a port-level SCT of the same number to a port. (For example, if you
specify SCT 2 for a port, the system does not assign card-level SCT 2 to that port.)
Cisco Systems provides SCT numbers 2 and 3. SCT 2 contains policing parameters, but SCT 3 does not.
At the card level, you should specify SCT 3 because policing applies to ports only or create new
templates by modifying SCT 2 or 3 in the Cisco WAN Manager application and saving them with
different SCT numbers in the range 1–255.
Until you specify an SCT, the AXSM has a default SCT of 0. The system uses SCT 0 when:
•
The AXSM is powered-up for the first time.
•
The card’s database is rebuilt.
•
The card is rebooted and the user-specified SCT file for a particular port is corrupt or missing. In
this situation, the default applies to only the affected port.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
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Syntax
cnfcdsct <SCT-id>
Syntax Description
Note
Policing parameters apply only at the port, so specifying SCT 2 does not provide a card-level policing
function.
SCT-id
Number of the SCT at the card-level. The range is 1–255.
Related Commands
dspcdsct, dspcd, dspsct
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
Specify card-level SCT number 3 for the current AXSM.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > cnfcdsct 3
The SCT file must reside on the PXM disk before you use this command, or it fails and displays the error
message in the following example:
MGX8850.1.6.AXSM.a > cnfcdsct -sct 5
ERR:SCT file not present. Use tftp to load it on PXM disk
Set failed due to illegal option value(s)
Syntax: cnfcdsct "<sctID>"
sctID -- SCT file id between 0 and 255
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cnfln
Configure Line
Configures a line on the current service module. Use cnfln after you have activated the line using upln.
Note
You cannot configure a line that currently has any configured virtual interfaces on it.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Note
The syntax varies according to the line type, so each line type has a description.
Syntax for SONET Line
cnfln
-sonet <bay.line>
-slt <LineType>
-clk <clockSource>
Syntax Description (SONET)
All parameters are keyword driven. Therefore, the order that you enter them does not matter.
-sonet
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line in the format bay.line. The range
for line is from 1 to the highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line
numbers on specific AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
-slt
A number that identifies the type of SONET line. The range for LineType is 1–6 and
have the following significance:
1 = sonetSts3c
2 = sonetStm1
3 = sonetSts12c
4 = sonetStm4
5 = sonetSts48c
6 = sonetSTM16
-clk
Determines whether the transmit clock comes from the backplane (local timing) or
the receive clock on the line (looped timing). The value for clockSource can be 1 or 2:
1 = loop timing: the receive clock is re-directed on the back card to become the
transmit clock.
2 = local timing: (default) clock from the backplane is the transmit clock.
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Syntax for T3/E3 Line
cnfln -ds3 <bay.line>
-lt <LineType>
-len <LineLength>
-oof <LineOOFCriteria>
-cb <LineAIScBitsCheck>
-rfeac <LineRcvFEACValidation>
-clk <clkSource>
Syntax Description (T3/E3)
All parameters are keyword driven. Therefore, the order that you enter them does not matter.
-ds3
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The format for LineNum is
bay.line. The line number is from 1 to the highest numbered line on the back card. For
the range of line numbers on specific AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
-lt
Specifies the type of T3 line. The possible value for a T3 LineType is 1 or 2:
•
1 = ds3cbitadm
•
2 = ds3cbitplcp
-len
The length of the line in meters. The range for LineLength is 1–64000.
-oof
A number that specifies the threshold for triggering an Out Of Frame condition. The
possible value for LineOOFCriteria is 1 or 2 and has the following significance:
-cb
-rfeac
•
1 = 3 out of 8
An Out Of Frame condition is declared if at least 3 of 8 framing bits are in error.
•
2 = 3 out of 16
An Out Of Frame condition is declared if at least 3 of 16 framing bits are in error.
A number that determines whether the node checks the C-bit status in response to AIS
status. The value for LineAIScBitsCheck can be 1 or 2 and has the following
significance:
•
1 = check the C-bit
•
2 = ignore the C-bit
Value to set FEAC (far-end alarm and control) code validation criteria. The value for
LineRcvFEACValidation can be 1 or 2 and has the following significance:
•
1 = 4 out of 5. A valid FEAC code is declared if 4 of 5 codes match.
•
2 = 8 out of 10
A valid FEAC code is declared when 8 of 10 codes match.
-clk
A number that determines whether the transmit clock comes from the backplane
(“local timing”) or the receive clock on the line (“looped timing”). The value for
clockSource can be 1 or 2 and has the following significance:
1 = loop timing: receive clock is re-directed on the back card to be the transmit clock.
2 = local timing: (default) clock from the backplane is the transmit clock.
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Related Commands
dsplns, dspln, dnln, upln, addlnloop
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Examples
Configure T3 line 4 on the current card to have B8ZS coding and a length of 10.
MGX8850.1.4.AXSM.a > cnfln -ds3 4 2 10
Enable frame scrambling for SONET line 1 of the card in bay 1.
MGX8850.1.4.AXSM.a > cnfln -sonet 1.1 -sfs 2
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cnfpart
Configure Resource Partition
Modifies a resource partition. A resource partition on an AXSM consists of minimum and maximum
percentages of bandwidth, a VPI/VCI range, and a minimum and maximum number of connections
available to a network control application. The current network controller is PNNI. Refer to the
description of addpart for information on resource partitions.
Note
The cnfpart and cnfrscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘cnfrscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
cnfpart
-if <if>
-id <partionID>
-ctlr <controllerID>
-emin <egrMinBw>
-emax <egrMaxBw>
-imin <ingMinBw>
-imax <ingMaxBw>
-vpmin <minVpi>
-vpmax <maxVpi>
-vcmin <minVci>
-vcmax <maxVci>
-mincon <min connections>
-maxcon <max connections>
Note
The maximum number of connections must be greater than 10.
Syntax Description
Note
On a virtual trunk, the min_vpi and max_vpi must be the same.
-if
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
This parameter is the same as the ifNum that appears in other commands.
-id
Specifies the number of the partition in the range 1–5.
-ctlr
Specifies the number of the controller in the range 1–20.
-emin
Specifies the guaranteed percentage of egress bandwidth. Each unit of egrMinBw is
0.00001 of the total bandwidth on the port. (An egrMinBw of 1000000 = 100%.) This
approach provides a high level of granularity.
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-emax
Specifies the maximum percentage of the bandwidth. Each unit of egrMaxBw is
0.00001 of the total bandwidth available to the port. (An egrMaxBw of 1000000 =
100%.) The resulting bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
-imin
Specifies the guaranteed percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each unit of ingMinBw
is 0.00001 of the total bandwidth available to the port. For example, an ingMinBw of
1000000 = 100%.
-imax
Specifies the maximum percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each increment of
ingMaxBw is 0.00001 of the total bandwidth on the port. For example, an ingMaxBw
of 1000000 = 100%. Note that the maximum ingress bandwidth must be at least 50
cps.
-vpmin
Specifies the minimum VPI. For NNI, the range is 0–4095. For UNI, the range is
0–255.
-imax
Specifies the maximum VPI in the range 0–4095 for an NNI. For a UNI, the range is
0–255. The maxvpi cannot be less than the minvpi.
-vcmin
Specifies the minimum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
-vcmax
Specifies the maximum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
-mincon
Specifies the guaranteed number of connections. The range is between 0 and the
maximum number of connections in the port group. See dspcd for information about
port groups.
-maxcon
Specifies the maximum number of connections. The range is between 10 and the
maximum number of connections in the port group. See dspcd port group
information. maxConns cannot be less than minConns.
Related Commands
addpart, delpart, dsppart, dsppart
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
For logical port 1 on partition number 2, configure the PNNI controller (the number 2) to have 10%–15%
of the bandwidth on both the ingress and egress, a VPI range of 20–100, a VCI range of 1–32767, a
minimum guaranteed number of 1000 connections (or channels) and a maximum of 2000 connections.
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cnfport
cnfport
Configure Port
Configures a logical port on a service module. The system does not display a confirmation upon
successful execution, so use dspport to check the changes.
Note
You cannot use cnfport to change the guaranteed rate and maximum rate parameters if a resource
partition has been configured for the interface.
You can change the SCT ID if you first down the port by executing dnport, then executing cnfport.
After you change the SCT ID, execute upport to return the port to operation. Descriptions of dnport
and upport appear in the chapter, “Troubleshooting Commands.”
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
cnfport
-if <ifNum>
[-min <guaranteedRate>]
[-max <maxrate>]
[-sct <sctID>]
Syntax Description
Note that this command uses the keyword (or command delineator) to identify the parameter that follows
it. After you identify the logical port with the ifNum parameter, each remaining parameter is optional.
-if
A logical port (interface) number. Only one logical port is allowed if the line operates
as a UNI or NNI. For the virtual network to network interface (VNNI), multiple ports
can exist on a line. For AXSM, the range 1–60.
-min
Specifies the guaranteed rate on a logical port in cells/second. The cumulative
guaranteed rate cannot exceed the highest value in the following ranges:
OC48: 50–5651320 cps
OC12: 50–1412830 cps
OC3: 50–353207 cps
T3: 50–96000 (PLCP) or 104268 (ADM) cps
E3: 50–80000 cps
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-max
Specifies the maximum rate on a logical port in cells per second (cps).
OC48: 50–5651320 cps
OC12: 50–1412830 cps
OC3: 50–353207 cps
T3: 50–96000 (PLCP) or 104268 (ADM) cps
E3: 50–80000 cps
-sct
Specifies the number of a service class template (SCT) for the egress direction. The
range is 0–255. Cisco provides a default of SCT 0 as well as SCT numbers 2 and 3.
You can modify one of these SCTs through the Cisco WAN Manager application and
assign another number within the SCT range to the new SCT. Subsequently, you can
assign the new SCT to the port with the sctID parameter in cnfport. To see the ID of
the current SCT for this port, use dspport.
Related Commands
addport, delport, dspport, dspports
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
For logical port 1, configure a guaranteed minimum of 10000 cps and a maximum rate of 20000 cps.
MGX8850.1.6.AXSM.a > cnfport -if 1 -min 10000 max 20000
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cnfrscprtn
cnfrscprtn
Configure Resource Partition
Modifies a resource partition. A resource partition on an AXSM consists of minimum and maximum
percentages of bandwidth, a VPI/VCI range, and a minimum and maximum number of connections
available to a network control application. The current network controller is PNNI. Refer to the
description of addrscprtn for information on resource partitions.
Note
The cnfpart and cnfrscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘cnfrscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
cnfrscprtn
-if <if>
-id <partionID>
-ctlr <controllerID>
-emin <egrMinBw>
-emax <egrMaxBw>
-imin <ingMinBw>
-imax <ingMaxBw>
-vpmin <minVpi>
-vpmax <maxVpi>
-vcmin <minVci>
-vcmax <maxVci>
-mincon <min connections>
-maxcon <max connections>
Note
The maximum number of connections must be greater than 10.
Syntax Description
Note
On a virtual trunk, the min_vpi and max_vpi must be the same.
-if
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
This parameter is the same as the ifNum appearing in other commands.
-id
The number of the partition in the range 1–5.
-ctlr
The number of the controller in the range 1–20.
-emin
A guaranteed percentage of egress bandwidth. Each unit of egrMinBw is 0.00001 of
the total bandwidth on the port. (An egrMinBw of 1000000 = 100%.) This approach
provides a high level of granularity.
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-emax
A maximum percentage of the bandwidth. Each unit of egrMaxBw is 0.00001 of the
total bandwidth available to the port. (An egrMaxBw of 1000000 = 100%.) The
resulting bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
-imin
A guaranteed percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each unit of ingMinBw is 0.00001
of the total bandwidth available to the port. For example, an ingMinBw of 1000000 =
100%.
-imax
A maximum percentage of the ingress bandwidth. Each increment of ingMaxBw is
0.00001 of the total bandwidth on the port. For example, an ingMaxBw of 1000000 =
100%. Note that the maximum ingress bandwidth must be at least 50 cps.
-vpmin
Minimum VPI. For NNI, the range is 0–4095. For UNI, the range is 0–255.
-vpmax
Maximum VPI in the range 0–4095 for an NNI. For a UNI, the range is 0–255. The
maxvpi cannot be less than the minvpi.
-vcmin
Minimum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
-vcmax
Maximum VCI in the range 0–2000 (OC-48 only) or 32–65535.
-mincon
A guaranteed number of connections. The range is between 0 and the maximum
number of connections in the port group. See dspcd for information on port groups.
-maxcon
A maximum number of connections. The range is from 10 to the maximum number
of connections in the port group. See dspcd port group information. maxConns cannot
be less than minConns.
Related Commands
addrscprtn, delrscprtn, dsprscprtns, dsprscprtn
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
For logical port 1 on partition number 2, configure the PNNI controller (the number 2) to have 10%–15%
of the bandwidth on both the ingress and egress, a VPI range of 20–100, a VCI range of 1–32767, a
minimum guaranteed number of 1000 connections (channels) and a maximum of 2000 connections.
MGX8850.1.2.AXSM.a > cnfrscprtn 1 2 2 100000 150000 10000 15000 20 100 1 32767 1000 2000
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delapsln
delapsln
Delete APS Line
Removes the specified APS line from the switch.
See the description for the addapsln command for a detailed explanation of Automatic Protection
Switching (APS).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
delapsln
<workingline>
Syntax Description
workingline
Slot number, bay number, and line number of the active line to delete, in the format:
slot.bay.line.
Example: 1.1.1
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, dspapsln, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
delapsln 1.1.1
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delcontroller
delcontroller
Delete Controller
Delete a controller. The delcontroller command does not erase the controller software but directs the
switch not to use it.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
delcontroller <cntrlrId>
Syntax Description
cntrlrId
The controller ID (cntrlrId) has a range of 1–20 and is assigned by using the
addcontroller command. To see all controllers on the switch, use dspcontrollers.
Related Commands
addcontroller, dspcontrollers
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: SUPER_GP
Example
Delete controller 3. In this example, the 3 is the reserved controller ID for LSC.
MGX8850.8.PXM.a > delcontroller 3
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delfdr
delfdr
Delete Feeder
Deletes a feeder node connection from the specified port (ifNum). The interface numbers of active ports
are displayed in the dspports command report.
Note
You cannot delete a port that has feeder node connections on it.
For more detailed information on configuring a feeder, see the Cisco MGX 8850 Switch Software
Configuration Guide, Release 2.
Syntax
delfdr <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the port from which the feeder node connection will be deleted.
The interface numbers of active ports are displayed in the dspports command output.
Card(s) on Which This Command Executes
AXSM
Related Commands
addfdr, dspfdr, dspfdrs
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
delfdr 8
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delpart
delpart
Delete Resource Partition
Delete a resource partition. Note that you must delete all connections in the resource partition before you
can delete it. For information on resource partitions, refer to the description of addpart.
Note
The delpart and delrscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘delrscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
delpart <if_num> <part_id>
Syntax Description
if_num
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
part_id
The partition ID number in the range 1–5. Use dspparts (or dsprscprtns) to see all
resource partitions if necessary.
Related Commands
addpart, cnfpart, dsppart
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
MGX8850.1.9.AXSM.a > delpart 1 1
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delport
delport
Delete Port
Remove a logical port from a service module. You must delete all connections and resource partitions
on the port before you can delete it.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
delport <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
A logical port (interface) number. Only one logical port is allowed if the line operates
as a UNI or NNI. For the virtual network to network interface (VNNI), multiple ports
can exist on a line. For AXSM, the range 1–60.
Related Commands
addport, cnfport, dspport, dspports
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
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delred
delred
Delete Redundancy
Deletes 1:1 redundancy for a pair of card slots.
Note
1:N redundancy requires a Service Resource Module (SRM) in the switch. The current release does
not support SRMs.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
delred <redPrimarySlotNumber>
Syntax Description
redPrimarySlotNumber
Slot number that contains the primary card of the pair. The ranges
are 1–6 and 9–14 on the MGX 8850 switch.
Related Commands
addred, dspred, switchredcd
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: SUPER_GP
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delrscprtn
delrscprtn
Delete Resource Partition
Delete a resource partition. Note that you must delete all connections in the resource partition before you
delete it. For information on resource partitions, refer to the description of addrscprtn.
Note
The delpart and delrscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘cnfrscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
delrscprtn <if_num> <part_id>
Syntax Description
if_num
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
part_id
The partition ID number in the range 1–5. Use dsprscprtns to see all resource
partitions if necessary.
Related Commands
addrscprtn, dsprscprtns
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
MGX8850.1.9.AXSM.a > delrscprtn 1 1
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dnlmi
dnlmi
Down Local Management Interface
De-activates the Local Management Interface (LMI) on the specified logical port (ifNum).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dnlmi <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the logical port on which to de-activate the LMI.
Related Commands
uplmi
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
dnlmi 2
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dnln
Down Line
The dnln command lets you de-activate a line on the current card. Before you can de-activate a line, you
must take the following steps:
Step 1
Remove connections. Use delcon or delcons.
Step 2
Remove any resource partitions. Use dsprscprtn to see existing partitions and delrscprtn to remove
partitions.
Step 3
Remove all logical ports. Use dspports to see existing logical ports on the line and delport to remove
logical ports.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dnln <bay.line>
Syntax Description
bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from 1 to the
highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line numbers on specific
AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
Related Commands
dspln, dsplns, cnfln, upln
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
De-activate line 1 in bay 1.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dnln 1.1
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dnport
dnport
Down Port
The dnport command disables (or downs) a logical port and thereby halts all traffic on the logical port.
The usual purpose for using dnport is troubleshooting. The configuration for the port remains intact
whether the logical port is a UNI or an NNI. The command for enabling a downed port is upport.
For an NNI, the PXM45 de-routes the failed connections then re-routes them through other trunks. After
you re-enable an NNI port through upport, you cannot return the re-routed connections to the upped
port. The PXM45 routes connections over the trunk as needed.
On a UNI, the connections continue to exist, but remain in the failed state until you enable the port by
executing upport.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dnport <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
A logical port (interface) number. Only one logical port is allowed if the line operates
as a UNI or NNI. For the virtual network to network interface (VNNI), multiple ports
can exist on a line. For AXSM, the range 1–60. Use dspports or dspport as needed
to determine the need to disable a port.
Related Commands
dspport, dspports, upport
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
Disable port 1 on the current card.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dnport 1
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dspapsbkplane
dspapsbkplane
Display APS Backplane
Displays whether or not the APS mini-backplane is properly seated with the backcards.
When successful, this command displays:
BackPlane:ENGAGED
When not successful, this command displays:
BackPlane:NOT ENGAGED
See the addapsln command for an explanation of Automatic Protection Switching (APS).
See the Cisco MGX 8850 Routing Switch Hardware Installation Guide, Release 2, for information on
installing the APS assembly to the backplane.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspapsbkplane
Syntax Description
No parameters.
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
Example of executing dspapsbkplane when an APS assembly is successfully installed to the backplane.
MGX 8850.6.AXSM.a > dspapsbkplane 6.1.3
BackPlane:ENGAGED
Example of executing dspapsbkplane when an APS assembly is not successfully installed to the
backplane.
MGX 8850.3.AXSM.a > dspapsbkplane 3.1.1
BackPlane:NOT ENGAGED
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dspapsln
dspapsln
Display APS Line
Displays the configuration of an APS line. This command can be executed for either a working line or a
protection line.
See the addapsln command for an explanation of Automatic Protection Switching (APS).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspapsln <working-slot.bay.line>
Syntax Description
working-slot.bay.line
Identity of the working line with the format slot.bay.line.
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display the APS configuration for slot 13, bay 1, line 1.
MGX8850.13.AXSM.a > dspapsln 13.1.1
Working Index : 13.1.1 Protection Index : 14.1.1
Provisioned Arch : 1+1 Provisioned Direction : bi
Operational Arch : 1+1 Operational Direction : bi
Active Line : working WTR(min) : 5
SFBer 10^-n : 3 SDBer 10^-n : 5
Revertive : No Last User Switch Req : ForcedW->P
Bridge State : WChan Bridged Selector State : Selector Released
Protection Line Pending Request : None
Working Line Pending Request : ForcedSwitch
APS Trouble Mask : ChannelMismatch
Bit Map Req Field Chan Field
Transmit K1 0xe1 Forced Switch Working Channel 1
Receive K1 0x21 Reverse Request Working Channel 1
Current Request 0xe1 Forced Switch Working Channel 1
Bit Map Chan Field Arch Field Dir Mode Field
Transmit K2 0x15 Working Channel 1 1+1 BI
Receive K2 0x25 INVALID 1+1 BI
Alarm State Clear
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dspapslns
Display APS Lines
Displays all working and protection APS lines on a card. This command can be executed only on an
active card. After identifying a particular APS line, you can use dspapsln to view details about the line.
See the addapsln command for an explanation of Automatic Protection Switching (APS).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspapslns
Syntax Description
This command takes no parameters.
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
Display all lines with an APS configuration on the current AXSM.
MGX8850.3.AXSM.a > dspapslns
Working Prot. Conf
Oper
Index
Index Arch
Arch
------- ----- -------3.1.1 3.1.2 1+1
1+1
3.1.7 3.1.8 1+1
1+1
Active SFBer SDBer WTR
Revt Dir LastUser
Line
10^-n 10^-n (min)
SwitchReq
------ ----- ----- ----- ---- --- ---------working
3
5
5
No uni No Request
working
3
5
5
No uni No Request
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dspatmln
dspatmln
Display ATM Line
Displays the cell header configuration for the line that was set using cnfatmln. The display indicates
NNI or UNI cell headers.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspatmln <bay.line>
Syntax Description
bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from 1 to the
highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line numbers on specific
AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
Related Commands
cnfatmln, clratmlncnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
Display the line configuration for line 1 of the AXSM-1-2448.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspatmln 1.1
line HCScoset PayloadScramble NullCellHdr NullCellPayload
---------------------------------------------------------------------1.1
Enable
Enable
1a1a1a1a
aa
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dspbecnt
Display Bit Error Count
The dspbecnt command lets you display the APS-related bit error counters.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspbecnt <working-bay.line>
Syntax Description
working-bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from
1 to the highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line
numbers on specific AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: ANYUSER
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dspcd
dspcd
Display Card
Display the following information about a card:
Note
•
Hardware serial number.
•
Firmware revision level. (See the loadrev description for an explanation of how to interpret the
revision field.)
•
Status, possibly including the reason for the last reset (FunctionModuleResetReason) and state of
the integrated alarm (cardIntegratedAlarm).
•
For a service module only: a count of configured lines, ports, and connections.
The connection count includes control VCs when you execute dspcd on the CLI of a service module.
However, when you execute dspcd or dsppnport(s) on the CLI of the controller card, the display
does not include control VCs.
•
For a service module only: which physical lines constitute a port group and the maximum number
of connections in that port group. A port group consists of one to many physical lines. This
maximum connection count is a function of the hardware interface type (OC-3, OC-12, and so on).
The port group information also shows the number of existing SVCs, SPVCs, and SPVPs.
Use the maximum number of supported connections to help you configure resource partitions. If a
particular resource partition has close to the maximum supported by hardware on a line, few or no
connections would be possible in another partition on the same line.
Some of the information that dspcd shows can also be displayed using the version command, but
version shows the boot code version in bold.
The total number of connections in the display includes control VCs. The types of control VCs are
SSCOP, PNNI-RCC, and ILMI (if ILMI is enabled). To see the connection counts that do not include
control VCs, use dsppnport.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45, AXSM
Syntax
dspcd
Syntax Description
This command does not take parameters.
Related Commands
dspcds, version
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PXM45 Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby, init
Privilege: ANYUSER
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
AXSM Attributes
Examples
Display card details for the current PXM45.
Note
The “A1” at the end of the primary software revision and boot firmware revision numbers shows that
these versions are pre-release. Refer to the setrev description for details.
MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspcd
MGX8850
System Rev: 02.00
MGX8850
Slot Number
7
Redundant Slot: 8
Front Card
---------Inserted Card:
PXM45
Reserved Card:
PXM45
State:
Active
Serial Number:
SAK033600AN
Prim SW Rev:
2.1(60.8)P1
Sec SW Rev:
2.1(60.8)P1
Cur SW Rev:
2.1(60.8)P1
Boot FW Rev:
2.1(60.8)P1
800-level Rev:
12
800-level Part#:
800-05983-01
CLEI Code:
0000000000
Reset Reason:
On Reset From Shell
Card Alarm:
NONE
Failed Reason:
None
Miscellaneous Information:
M8850_LA
System
MGX8850
Crossbar Slot Status:
Aug. 02, 2000 23:39:06 GMT
Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Upper Card
----------
Lower Card
----------
UI Stratum3
UI Stratum3
Active
SBK044200J8
--------A0
800-05787-02
BA7IBCLAAA
PXM HardDiskDrive
PXM HardDiskDrive
Active
SAK0403005Q
--------06
800-05052-03
0000000000
Rev: 02.01
Sep. 05, 2001 17:18:12 PST
Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Present
Alarm Causes
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Display card details for the current AXSM-16-155.
MGX8850.3.AXSM.a > dspcd
Front Card
----------
Upper Card
----------
Card Type:
AXSM-16-155
MMF-8-155-MT
---
State:
Active
Present
Absent
Serial Number:
SAK0350008L
SAK0403004A
---
Boot FW Rev:
2.0(11)A1
---
---
SW Rev:
2.0(1)D
---
---
800-level Rev:
M6
07
---
Orderable Part#:
800-5776-3
800-4819-1
---
PCA Part#:
73-4504-2
73-3845-1
---
Lower Card
------------
Reset Reason:On Power up
Card SCT Id: 2
#Lines #Ports #Partitions
#SPVC
#SPVP
#SVC
------ ------ ----------- ------- ------- ------2
2
2
10
0
10
Port Group[1]:
#Chans supported:32512
Port Group[2]:
#Chans supported:32512
Port Group[3]:
#Chans supported:32512
Port Group[4]:
#Chans supported:32512
Lines:1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4
Lines:1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8
Lines:2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4
Lines:2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8
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dspcds
Display Cards
Displays high-level information for all the cards in the node. For more detailed information about a card,
execute dspcd on the CLI of that card. The information that dspcds provides is the:
•
Revision level of the boot firmware
•
Revision level of the system software
•
Date and time of command execution, including GMT offset
•
Backplane serial number and its hardware revision level
•
The IP address of the statistics master (a workstation)
•
Type of card in the front and back slots and the (active/standby) state of each
•
Alarm status for each card and the shelf itself
•
Redundancy configuration for each slot
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
dspcds
Related Commands
dspcd, version
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby, init
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display information for all cards in the MGX 8850 switch.
Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspcds
Unknown
System Rev: 02.00
Backplane Serial No: SAA03270618 Bp HW Rev: B0
Card
Slot
---
Front/Back
Card State
----------
Card
Type
--------
Alarm
Status
--------
Aug. 06, 2000 18:03:35 GMT
GMT Offset: 0
Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Redundant
Redundancy
Slot
Type
-----------
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
Active/Active
Active/Active
Active/Active
Standby/Active
Active/Active
Active/Active
Active/Active
Standby/Active
Active/Active
Active/Active
Empty
Active/Active
Empty
Empty
AXSM_1OC48
AXSM_1OC48
AXSM_16OC3
AXSM_16OC3
AXSM_4OC12
AXSM_4OC12
PXM45
PXM45
AXSM_16T3E3
AXSM_16T3E3
--AXSM_2OC12
-----
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
--NONE
-----
NA
NA
04
03
NA
NA
08
07
NA
NA
--NA
-----
NO REDUNDANCY
NO REDUNDANCY
PRIMARY SLOT
SECONDARY SLOT
NO REDUNDANCY
NO REDUNDANCY
PRIMARY SLOT
SECONDARY SLOT
NO REDUNDANCY
NO REDUNDANCY
--NO REDUNDANCY
-----
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dspcdsct
Display Card SCT
Displays the contents of a card-level service class template (SCT) file. For information about SCTs, see
the cnfcdsct description. To see the number of the current SCT for the card, use dspcd. The examples in
this description illustrate the contents of SCT number 2 and SCT 3.
Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the service class templates
(SCTs), so you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco WAN Manager.
These parameters are (when applicable) PCR, SCR, and ICR.
Note
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspcdsct <parameter_group> [|bw|gen|cosb|vcThr|cosThr ]
Syntax Description
parameter_group can be:
•
bw for bandwidth
•
gen for policing and CAC
•
cosb for Class of Service Buffer specifications
•
vcThr for VC thresholds
•
cosThr for COSB thresholds
Related Commands
cnfcdsct, dspsct
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example SCT 2
This example shows all parameters for SCT 2. Each display consists of one member of the SCT
parameter group. The screen examples show the SCT ID that you have displayed (the command itself
does not require the SCT ID because it is card-level.
Display the bandwidth parameters for SCT 2.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspcdsct bw
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |
PCR
|
SCR
|
MCR
|
MBS
|
CDVT
|
ICR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display the policing and CAC parameters (parameter “gen”) for SCT 2. To confirm that the current
card-level SCT is SCT 2, execute dspcd.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspcdsct gen
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : General Parameters
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB | CLP-SELEC |
GCRA-1
|
GCRA-2
| CI-CNTRL |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00000016 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.1
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| UBR.1
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| UBR.2
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| ABR
| 00000001 |
B-CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | ENABLED |
| CBR.2
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.3
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Display the Class of Service Buffer parameters for SCT 2. Note the following:
•
Min-Rate and Max-Rate do not apply in the current product.
•
Excess-Priority is a scheme for distributing excess bandwidth. The lowest number is the highest
priority for a connection to receive excess bandwidth. If two or more connections have equal
priority, the excess bandwidth is equally distributed between them.
•
Explicit Rate Stamping (ERS) applies to only ABR connections.
Cell loss ratio (CLR) is currently hard-coded, so do not attempt to modify it through the Cisco WAN
Manager application or the CLI commands.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspcdsct cosb
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [02] : COSB Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE | CLR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-10 |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-08 |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display VC thresholds for SCT 2. Note the following:
The Scaling COSB value applies to congestion in a Class of Service Buffer: if a buffer gets congested,
this factor determines how quickly the node throttles back the rate at which cells enter the buffer.
The Scaling Log-If is a scaling factor that applies to congestion on a port: when the port gets congested,
this factor determines the rate at which the node throttles back traffic (until the port is uncongested).
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspcdsct vcThr
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : VC Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | VC THRESH | PACKET | MAX_CELL | EFCI
| CLP_HI | EPD0
| CLP_LO | SCALING | SCALING |
|
| TBL IDX
| MODE |
THRESH
|
|
|
| EPD1
| COSB
| Log-If |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
|
225
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| CBR.1
|
226
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| VBR-RT.1 |
227
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.2 |
228
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.3 |
229
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.1 |
230
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.2 |
231
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.3 |
232
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| UBR.1
|
233
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| UBR.2
|
234
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| ABR
|
235
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000003 | 0000003 |
| CBR.2
|
236
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| CBR.3
|
237
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
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+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display the Class of Service Thresholds for SCT 2.
Note
The two random early discard parameters (RED Factor and RED Prob) have no application in the
current release of the product
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspcdsct cosThr
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [00002] : COSB Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSB THRESH| MAX_CELL | EFCI
| CLP_HI | EPD0
| CLP_LO |
RED | RED PROB |
|
| TBL IDX
|
THRESH
|
|
|
| EPD1
| | FACTOR
|
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 0000114 | 1000000
| 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0002 | 0000115 | 1000000
| 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0003 | 0000116 |
5000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0004 | 0000117 |
10000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0005 | 0000118 |
50000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0006 | 0000119 |
100000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0007 | 0000120 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0008 | 0000121 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0009 | 0000122 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0010 | 0000123 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0011 | 0000124 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0012 | 0000125 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0013 | 0000126 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0014 | 0000127 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0015 | 0000128 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0016 | 0000129 |
10000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Example SCT 3
This example shows all parameters for SCT 3. Each display consists of one member of the SCT
parameter group.
Display the bandwidth parameters for SCT 3.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspcdsct bw
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |
PCR
|
SCR
|
MCR
|
MBS
|
CDVT
|
ICR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Display the general parameters for SCT 3.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspcdsct gen
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : General Parameters
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB | CLP-SELEC |
GCRA-1
|
GCRA-2
| CI-CNTRL |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00000016 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.1
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| UBR.1
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| UBR.2
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| ABR
| 00000001 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | ENABLED |
| CBR.2
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.3
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display the Class of Service Buffer parameters for SCT 3 Note the following:
•
Min-Rate and Max-Rate do not apply in the current product.
•
Excess-Priority is a scheme for distributing excess bandwidth. The lowest number is the highest
priority for a connection to receive excess bandwidth. If two or more connections have equal
priority, the excess bandwidth is equally distributed between them.
•
Explicit Rate Stamping (ERS) applies to only ABR connections.
•
Cell loss ratio (CLR) is currently hard-coded, so do not attempt tot modify it through the Cisco WAN
Manager application or the CLI commands.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspcdsct cosb
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [03] : COSB Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE | CLR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-10 |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-08 |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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dspcon
Display Connection
Display information about an SPVC. The contents of the display on the AXSM and the PXM45 differ
slightly. On both cards, the dspcon output appears in sections to make the information easier to sort.
Most of the information in the dspcon output comes from addcon execution. See the addcon description
for more information. Also, executing cnfpnni-intf can affect the dspcon output.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45, AXSM
Display Connection on the PXM45
On the PXM45, dspcon shows the following connection identifiers:
•
NSAP address, status, and ownership of local and remote ends of the connection. The display shows
whether a particular endpoint is the master or slave.
The provisioning parameters in the display show:
•
Connection type of VPC or VCC.
•
Service type and compliance (for example, UBR for service type and UBR.1 for ATM Forum
compliance).
•
Bearer class (relates to voice traffic and is reserved for future use).
•
Whether continuity checking or frame discard are enabled (see addcon description).
•
Cause of the last failure. This field can also show that no errors have occurred since the connection
was first added by displaying “SPVC Established.” If a failure occurred, the Attempts field shows
the number of times the system attempted to re-establish service. If no failures have occurred, the
Attempts field contains a 0.
•
L-Util and R-Util are the local and remote percent of utilization assigned to the connection.
Currently, the default of 100% is the only value.
•
Cost values for the connection’s route: the two fields in this category are Max Cost and Routing
Cost. The Max Cost is a cost-per-link configured for a service type (such as UBR) through the
cnfpnni-intf command. When you add the SPVC through addcon, you can specify a maximum
routing cost through the maximum cost (maxcost) parameter. The maxcost represents the maximum
cost for an individual connection. The system uses the cost-per-link for the service type and the
maxcost for the connection to determine whether a route costs too much. After the system creates a
route, the total number of links yields the Routing Cost.
The default cost-per-link is 5040, so if a particular service type uses the default and a route consists
of 4 links, the Routing Cost is 20160. If the dspspvc display shows that Max Cost is –1, no limit
was specified through cnfpnni-intf, and the resulting Routing Cost is 0.
•
Broadcast type: point-to-point or multicast.
The Traffic Parameters section shows the standard parameters PCR, SCR, and CDV in the receive and
transmit directions.
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Display Connection on the AXSM
On the AXSM, dspcon shows the following connection identifiers:
•
NSAP address, logical port, VPI/VCI, status, and ownership of local and remote ends of the
connection. The display shows whether a particular endpoint is the master or slave.
The provisioning parameters in the display show:
•
Connection type of VPC or VCC.
•
Service type (for example, ABR).
•
A number indicating the controller. For example, 2 refers to PNNI. The addcontroller command
specifies the controller.
•
The administrative state is either up or down. This state results from addcon or dncon/upcon. Note
that, after you down a connection with at the connection master endpoint, the dspcon command
shows the connection as “down” when you execute it at the master endpoint and “failed” when you
execute it at the slave endpoint. (See also dncon description).
•
The operational state is either OK or failed. The operational state can apply to a connection
regardless of the administrative state.
The traffic management parameters consist of:
•
Local and remote UPC parameters of PCR, MBS, CTD, CDVT, and so on. A –1 in a field means that
the parameter was not specified. The characters “N/A” indicate that the parameter does not apply to
the service type.
These other fields also pertain to connection integrity:
•
OAM connectivity check enable or disable.
•
Loopback test enable/disable and loopback type.
•
Round trip delay in microseconds. This field is non-zero only if you previously executed tstdelay.
The dspcon command requires a unique connection identifier. If you do not have the information to
identify a connection, execute dspcons. On the AXSM, dspcons identifies all the connections on the
AXSM. On the PXM45, dspcons identifies all the connections on the node. (See dspcons description).
Syntax
On the AXSM
dspcon <ifNum> <vpi> <vci>
On the PXM45:
dspcon <portid> <vpi> <vci>
Syntax Description
ifNum
(AXSM) Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
portid
(PXM45) The portid has the format [shelf.]slot[:subslot].port[:subport],
but shelf currently is always 1 and optional.
vpi
VPI number. At the UNI, the range is 0–255. At the NNI, the range is 0–4095.
vci
VCI number. For a VCC, the range is 32–65535. For a VPC, the VCI is 0.
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Related Commands
addcon, dspcons, cnfcon
PXM45 Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
AXSM Attributes
Examples
Display connection 5 31 63000 on the current AXSM.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspcon 5 31 63000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Local
:
(M)
Remote
:
NSAP
Address
port
4700918100000000107BE92F3F00000101180500
NSAP Address
vpi
vci
1.01.05 31 63000
port
vpi
vci
(S)
4700918100000000107BE92F3F00000101180500 1.01.05
3201 100
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Conn. Type
:
VCC
Admn Status : ADMN-UP
Service Type :
cbr1
Oper Status : FAIL
Controller
:
2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Local PCR
:
10000
Remote PCR
: 1000
Local SCR
:
N/A
Remote SCR
: N/A
Local CDV
:
-1
Remote CDV
: -1
Local CTD
:
-1
Remote CTD
: -1
Local MBS
:
N/A
Remote MBS
: N/A
Local CDVT
:
-1
Remote CDVT : -1
Admin weight :
-1
Frame discard: N
-------------------------------------------------------------------------OAM CC Config :DISABLED
Statistics
: DISABLED
-------------------------------------------------------------------------Loopback Type :No
Lpbk | Dir:N/A
| Status: No Lpbk | RTD: 0 us
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On the CLI of the PXM45, display connection 20 100 on 11:1.1:2.
Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspcon 11:1.1:2 20 100
Port
Vpi Vci
Owner
State
------------------------------------------------------------------------Local 11:1.1:2
20.100
MASTER
FAIL
Address: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.0000010b1802.00
Remote 11:1.1:2
10.100
SLAVE
FAIL
Address: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.0000010b1802.00
-------------------- Provisioning Parameters -------------------Connection Type: VCC
Cast Type: Point-to-Point
Service Category: CBR
Conformance: CBR.1
Bearer Class: BCOB-X
Last Fail Cause: SPVC Established
Attempts: 0
Continuity Check: Disabled
Frame Discard: Disabled
L-Utils: 100
R-Utils: 100
Max Cost: -1
Routing Cost: 0
---------- Traffic Parameters ---------Tx PCR: 50
Rx PCR: 50
Tx CDV: N/A
Rx CDV: N/A
Tx CTD: N/A
Rx CTD: N/A
Display information for vpi/vci 10 100 on port ID 1:1.1:1. In this case, port ID and remote and local
NSAP addresses are the same, so the connection is a DAXCON. Also, the Max Cost is –1. The Max Cost
of -1 means no cost-per-link was specified for UBR service, and therefore the Routing Cost is 0.
node19.8.PXM.a > dspcon 1:1.1:1 10 100
Port
Vpi Vci
Owner
State
------------------------------------------------------------------------Local 1:1.1:1
10.100
SLAVE
OK
Address: 47.00918100000000001a53c82d.000001011801.00
Remote 1:1.1:1
11.101
MASTER
OK
Address: 47.00918100000000001a53c82d.000001011801.00
-------------------- Provisioning Parameters -------------------Connection Type: VCC
Cast Type: Point-to-Point
Service Category: UBR
Conformance: UBR.1
Bearer Class: BCOB-X
Last Fail Cause: SPVC Established
Attempts: 0
Continuity Check: Disabled
Frame Discard: Disabled
L-Utils: 100
R-Utils: 100
Max Cost: -1
Routing Cost: 0
---------- Traffic Parameters ---------Tx PCR: 14
Rx PCR: 14
Tx SCR: 3
Rx SCR: 3
Tx MBS: 1
Rx MBS: 1
Tx CDVT: -1
Rx CDVT: -1
Tx CDV: N/A
Rx CDV: N/A
Tx CTD: N/A
Rx CTD: N/A
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dspcons
Display Connections—display basic information for all connections.
The default usage of dspcons uses no parameters and causes all available information for the
connections to appear. To narrow the scope of the output, use one or more optional parameters.
The dspcons command runs on the CLI of either the AXSM or the PXM45. The set of optional
parameters and the output are different on these cards. (See Syntax Description for the card-specific
parameters.) On the AXSM, the columns at the head of the information fields are:
record
A number for the connection with internal application only. It resides in the
database on the AXSM and is not affected by user input. The system creates
this number when you create the connection. The Cisco WAN Manager
application uses this number.
Identifier
Identifies the connection in the format port vpi vci.
Type
Shows whether the connection is a VCC or a VPC.
SrvcType
The service type—VBR, and so on. (See addcon description).
M/S
Indicates whether the endpoint specified by Identifier is the master or slave.
Upld
The hexadecimal Upload number is an encoded timestamp the Cisco WAN
Manager application uses to determine when a connection was created or
modified. In the CLI context, this field has little meaning.
Adm
The administrative state of the connection. If the connection is down, it
may have resulted from the dncon command.
Alarm
Shows the alarm status of the connection.
When you execute dspcons on the CLI of the PXM45, the output shows:
Local and
Remote Port ID
The display contains a column for the local port ID and a column for the
remote port ID. The port ID has the format that the network controller
utilizes: [shelf.]slot[:subslot].port[:subport]
Local and
Remote VPI.VCI
The VPI and VCI at the local and remote ends of the connection.
State
The State column shows whether the connection is OK, down (by the dncon
command), failed, or has an alarm indication signal (AIS) or abit errors.
Owner
Whether the endpoint is master or slave.
Local and
Remote NSAP
An NSAP address for each end of the connection.
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Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45, AXSM
PXM45 Syntax
dspcons[-port portid] [-vpi starting-vpi] [-vci starting vci]
[-state {fail|ais|abit|ok|down}] [-owner {master|slave}]
PXM45 Syntax Description
-port
The port identifier (portid) in the format that the network controller utilizes:
[shelf.]slot[:subslot].port[:subport]
Currently, the value for shelf is always 0 and therefore is not necessary.
-vpi
The VPI of the connection that you would like to serve as the starting
connection in the display.
-vci
The VPI of the connection that you would like to serve as the starting
connection in the display.
-state
A specific connection state. The display shows only the connections with the
state you specify. Note that on the PXM45, you must spell out the entire state
keyword. The keywords for specifying a state are
failed—only failed connections
ais—connections with alarm indication signal (AIS) set
abit—connections on which an A-bit error has occurred
ok—connections with no problems
down—connections that are administratively down because a user has
executed dncon to down the connection
-owner
Specifies connections where the local endpoint is either master or slave.
Related Commands
dspcon, addcon, cnfcon, delcon, dncon, upcon
PXM45 Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: GROUP1
AXSM Attributes
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PXM45 Example
Display all connections by entering dspcons on the CLI of the PXM45.
MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspcons
Local Port
Vpi.Vci
Remote Port
Vpi.Vci
State
Owner
----------------------------+-----------------------------+-------+-----3:1.1:1
20 0
6:1.1:1
20 0
OK
MASTER
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001031801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
5:1.1:1
100 100
5:1.1:1
100 200
OK
SLAVE
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001051801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001051801.00
5:1.1:1
100 200
5:1.1:1
100 100
OK
MASTER
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001051801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001051801.00
6:1.1:1
20 0
3:1.1:1
20 0
OK
SLAVE
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001031801.00
6:1.1:1
100 100
6:1.1:1
100 200
OK
SLAVE
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
6:1.1:1
100 200
6:1.1:1
100 100
OK
MASTER
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
6:1.1:1
200 100
6:2.1:3
200 200
OK
SLAVE
6:1.1:1
100 200
6:1.1:1
100 100
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
6:1.1:1
200 100
6:2.1:3
200 200
Local Addr:
Remote Addr:
6:2.1:3
Local Addr:
Remote Addr:
9:1.3:3
Local Addr:
Remote Addr:
11:1.1:2
Local Addr:
Remote Addr:
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061803.00
200 200
6:1.1:1
200 100
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061803.00
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001061801.00
10 100
Routed
0 0
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.000001091803.00
00.000000000000000000000000.000000000000.00
10 100
11:1.1:2
20 100
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.0000010b1802.00
47.00918100000000107b65f33d.0000010b1802.00
OK
MASTER
OK
SLAVE
OK
MASTER
FAIL
SLAVE
OK
SLAVE
Local Port
Vpi.Vci
Remote Port
Vpi.Vci
State
Owner
----------------------------+-----------------------------+-------+-----11:1.1:2
20 100
11:1.1:2
10 100
OK
MASTER
Local Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.0000010b1802.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000000107b65f33d.0000010b1802.00
AXSM Example
Display all connections on the current AXSM. In this example, only one connection exists. Master and
slave endpoints are shown.
GN.6.AXSM.a > dspcons
record
Identifier
--------------0 01.0010.00100
1 04.0020.00100
Type
---VCC
VCC
SrvcType
-------cbr1
cbr1
M/S
Upld
-----S
010c7953
M
010c7964
Admn
---UP
UP
Alarm
----none
none
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dspcontrollers
Display Controllers
Displays all controllers that have been added through the addcontroller command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
dspcontrollers
Syntax Description
This command takes no parameters.
Related Commands
addcontroller, delcontroller
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
Display all controller. In this example, the switch has only one controller—PNNI. The display also
shows that the controller is internal (slot 7) and has the optional, user-specified name “PNNITWO.”
Apart from controller information, the display shows that no shelf alarms exist.
MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspcontrollers
MGX8850
System Rev: 02.00
MGX8850
Number of Controllers:
1
Controller Name:
PNNITWO
Controller Id:
2
Controller Location:
Internal
Controller Type:
PNNI
Controller Logical Slot:
7
Controller Bay Number:
0
Controller Line Number:
0
Controller VPI:
0
Controller VCI:
0
Controller In Alarm:
NO
Controller Error:
Jul. 30, 2000 09:39:36 GMT
Shelf Alarm: NONE
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dspfdr
Display Feeder
Displays the configuration information for the feeder on the specified port (ifNum). The interface
numbers of active ports are displayed in the dspports command report.
For more detailed information on configuring a feeder, see the Cisco MGX 8850 Switch Software
Configuration Guide, Release 2.
Syntax
dspfdr <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the port on which to display the feeder information. The
interface numbers of active ports are displayed in the dspports command report.
Card(s) on Which This Command Executes
AXSM
Related Commands
addfdr, delfdr, dspfdrs
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspfdr 4
Feeder Interface Number
Feeder Name
Feeder LAN IP Address
Feeder Network IP Address
Feeder Remote Shelf
Feeder Remote Slot
Feeder Remote Port
Feeder Type
Feeder Model Number
Feeder LMI Configuration
Feeder Lmi Link Status
Feeder Alarms
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
4
MGX8850
192.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
1
1
3
AXSM
8850
Up
Up
Clear
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dspfdrs
Display Feeders
Displays all feeders on all ports on the AXSM card and their information.
For more detailed information on configuring a feeder, see the Cisco MGX 8850 Switch Software
Configuration Guide, Release 2.
Syntax
dspfdrs
Card(s) on Which This Command Executes
AXSM
Related Commands
addfdr, delfdr, dspfdr
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspfdrs
If
-4
Feeder
Name
--------MGX8850
Lan
IP
--------------192.0.0.0
Net
IP
--------------0.0.0.0
Rmt
Slot
---1
Rmt
LMI
LMI
Feeder
Port Admin Oper Alarm
---- ----- ---- -----3
Up
Up
Clear
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dspfdrstat
Display Feeder Statistics
Displays the LMI and node statistics for the feeder on the specified port (ifNum). The interface numbers
of active ports are displayed in the dspports command report.
For more detailed information on configuring a feeder, see the Cisco MGX 8850 Switch Software
Configuration Guide, Release 2.
Syntax
dspfdrstat <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the port on which to display the feeder statistics. The
interface numbers of active ports are displayed in the dspports command report.
Card(s) on Which This Command Executes
AXSM
Related Commands
clrfdrstat
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspfdrstat 7
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dspln
Display Line
Display the characteristics of a physical line.
Note
The connection count includes control VCs when you use dspln on a service module. However, when
you use dspcd or dsppnport(s) on the CLI of the PXM, the display does not include control VCs.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
AXSM Syntax
dspln <-ds3 | -sonet> <bay.line>
AXSM Syntax Description
-ds3
Command delineator that precedes the bay.line number entry for a T3 line.
-sonet
Command delineator that precedes the bay.line number entry for a SONET line.
bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from 1 to the
highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line numbers on specific
AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
Related Commands
upln, cnfln
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Examples
Display T3 line 1 on the current AXSM.
MGX8850.11.AXSM.a > dspln -ds3 1.1
Line Number
: 1.1
Admin Status
: Down
Alarm Status
:
Line Type
: ds3cbitadm
Number of ports
:
Line Coding
: ds3B3ZS
Number of partitions:
Line Length(meters) : 0
Number of SPVC
:
OOFCriteria
: 3Of8Bits
Number of SPVP
:
AIS c-Bits Check
: Check
Number of SVC
:
Loopback
: NoLoop
Xmt. Clock source
: localTiming
Rcv FEAC Validation : 4 out of 5 FEAC codes
Clear
0
0
0
0
0
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Display OC-48 line on the current OC-12 AXSM.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspln
Line Number
Admin Status
Loopback
Frame Scrambling
Xmt Clock source
Line Type
Medium Type(SONET/SDH)
Medium Time Elapsed
Medium Valid Intervals
Medium Line Type
Note
-sonet 2.1
: 2.1
: Up
: NoLoop
: Enable
: localTiming
: sonetSts12c
: SONET
: 506223
: 96
: ShortSMF
Alarm Status
:
APS enabled
:
Number of ports
:
Number of partitions:
Number of SPVC
:
Number of SVC
:
Clear
Disable
1
1
0
4
When APS is enabled, the alarm status line shows the alarm status of the active line.
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dsplns
Display Lines
Displays the configuration for all lines on a card. For each line, the output information consists of the:
•
Bay and line number
•
Line state—up (active) or down (inactive)
•
The line type
•
Whether any loopback currently exists on the line
•
Line coding
•
Frame scrambling status (enabled or disabled)
•
Configured line length in meters (applies to only T3 or E3)
•
Criteria for Out of Frame (OOF) error (applies to only T3 or E3)
•
Whether C-bit (AIS) checking is enabled (applies to only T3 or E3)
•
The medium line type—long reach, single-mode fiber, for example
•
The alarm status—clear, critical, and so on
For information on an individual line, use dspln. Also, the dspln command shows the transmit clock
configuration if one exists.
Note
Only lines that have Admin status up are displayed.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dsplns
Related Commands
cnfln, dspcds, dspln, upln
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display the configuration of the lines on an AXSM-4-622.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dsplns
Medium Medium
Sonet Line
Line
Line
Frame
Line
Line
Alarm
APS
Line State
Type
Lpbk
Scramble Coding Type
State
Enabled
----- ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------ ------- -----------1.1
Up sonetSts12c NoLoop
Enable Other ShortSMF Critical Disable
1.2
Up sonetSts12c NoLoop
Enable Other ShortSMF
Clear Disable
2.1
Up sonetSts12c NoLoop
Enable Other ShortSMF
Clear Disable
2.2
Up sonetSts12c NoLoop
Enable Other ShortSMF
Clear Disable
Display line configuration on the current AXSM-1-2488.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dsplns
Medium Medium
Sonet Line
Line
Line
Frame
Line
Line
Line Status
Type
Lpbk
Scramble
Coding Type
----- ----- ------------ ------ -------- -------- ------1.1
Down sonetSts48c NoLoop
Enable Other ShortSingleMode
Display the configuration of each T3 line on the current AXSM-16-T3E3.
MGX8850.7.AXSM.a > dsplns
Line Line
Line
Line
Length OOF
AIS
Num
State
Type
Lpbk
(meters) Criteria c-BitsCheck
------------ ----------- ----------- ------ -------- --------1.1
Up ds3m23plcp PayloadLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.2 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.3 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.4 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.5 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.6 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.7 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
1.8 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.1 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.2 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.3 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.4 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.5 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.6 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.7 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
2.8 Down ds3cbitadm
NoLoop
0 fBits3Of8
Check
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dspload
Display Load
Display the current level of usage of various parameters on a partition. To convey a picture of what is
available on a resource partition, the display shows the configured bandwidth and connection numbers
and what has actually been utilized.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspload <ifNum> <partId>
Syntax Description
ifNum
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
partId
The partition identifier. The range is 1–5. If necessary, use dsprscprtns to see the
existing partitions.
Related Commands
dsprscprtn, addcon, dspcons, dspcon, cnfcon
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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dspload
Example
Display the load on partition number 1 on logical port 1. The display shows that very little of the
available connections and bandwidth have been used. Also, no exceptions have been recorded.
M8850_NY.1.AXSM.a > dspload 1 1
+--------------------------------------------+
|
I N T E R F A C E
L O A D
I N F O
|
+--------------------------------------------+
| Maximum Channels
: 0001000
|
| Guaranteed Channels
: 0000100
|
| Igr Maximum Bandwidth
: 1412830
|
| Igr Guaranteed Bandwidth : 1412830
|
| Egr Maximum Bandwidth
: 1412830
|
| Egr Guaranteed Bandwidth : 1412830
|
| Available Igr Channels
: 0000999
|
| Available Egr Channels
: 0000999
|
| Available Igr Bandwidth : 1410830
|
| Available Egr Bandwidth : 1410830
|
+--------------------------------------------+
|
E X C E P T -- V A L U E S
|
+--------------------------------------------+
| SERV-CATEG | VAR-TYPE | INGRESS | EGRESS |
| VSI-SIG
| Avl Chnl | 0000999 | 0000999 |
| CBR
| Avl Chnl | 0000999 | 0000999 |
| VBR-RT
| Avl Chnl | 0000999 | 0000999 |
| VBR-nRT
| Avl Chnl | 0000999 | 0000999 |
| UBR
| Avl Chnl | 0000999 | 0000999 |
| ABR
| Avl Chnl | 0000999 | 0000999 |
+--------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| Avl Bw
| 1410830 | 1410830 |
| CBR
| Avl Bw
| 1410830 | 1410830 |
| VBR-RT
| Avl Bw
| 1410830 | 1410830 |
| VBR-nRT
| Avl Bw
| 1410830 | 1410830 |
| UBR
| Avl Bw
| 1410830 | 1410830 |
| ABR
| Avl Bw
| 1410830 | 1410830 |
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dsppart
Display Resource Partition
Displays information about one resource partition. The displayed information is shown in the example.
Note
The dsppart and dsprscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘dsprscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Note
The connection count includes control VCs when you execute dsppart on the CLI of a service
module. However, when you execute dspcd or dsppnport(s) on the CLI of the controller card, the
display does not include control VCs.
The total number of connections in the display includes control VCs. The types of control VCs are
SSCOP, PNNI-RCC, and ILMI (if ILMI is enabled). To see the connection counts that do not include
control VCs, use dsppnport.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dsppart <ifNum> <partId>
Syntax Description
if_num
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
part_id
Partition identifier in the range 1–5.
Related Commands
addpart, cnfpart, delpart, dspparts
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display resource partition 1 on logical port 1 of the current AXSM.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dsppart 1 1
Interface Number
:
Partition Id
:
Controller Id
:
egr Guaranteed bw(.0001percent):
egr Maximum bw(.0001percent)
:
ing Guaranteed bw(.0001percent):
ing Maximum bw(.0001percent)
:
min vpi
:
max vpi
:
min vci
:
max vci
:
guaranteed connections
:
maximum connections
:
1
1
2
1000000
1000000
1000000
1000000
0
4095
33
65535
1000
32000
Number of SPVC: 0
Number of SPVP: 0
Number of SVC : 2
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dspparts
Display Resource Partitions
Display information for all the resource partitions on the current card. The displayed information is
shown in the example.
For information on specific elements of a resource partition, see the description of addpart.
Note
The dspparts and dsprscprtns commands are identical. The name ‘dsprscprtns’ is consistent with
the corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspparts
Related Commands
addpart, delpart, cnfpart, dsppart
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
Display all resource partitions on the current AXSM card.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspparts
if part Ctlr egr
egr
ingr
ingr
min max
min
max min
max
Num ID
ID
GuarBw MaxBw
GuarBw MaxBw
vpi vpi
vci
vci conn conn
(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 4095
33 65535
1000 32000
2
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 255
33 65535
1000 32000
20
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
1
1
33 65535
2
512
21
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 255
33 65535
2
512
22
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 255
33 65535
2
512
23
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000 255 255
33 65535
2
512
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dspport
Display Port
Displays the configuration for a logical port. The displayed information is shown in the example. For a
description of each item, see addport.
The total number of connections in the display includes control VCs. The types of control VCs are
SSCOP, PNNI-RCC, and ILMI (if ILMI is enabled). To see the connection counts that do not include
control VCs, use dsppnport.
Note
The SCT ID that dspport shows pertains to the port. For the card-level SCT ID, use dspcd.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspport <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
A logical port (interface) number. Only one logical port is allowed if the line operates
as a UNI or NNI. For the virtual network to network interface (VNNI), multiple ports
can exist on a line. For AXSM, the range 1–60.
Related Commands
addport, dnport, dspports
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display the port configuration for logical port 2 on the current AXSM.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspport 2
Interface Number
:
Line Number
:
Admin State
:
Guaranteed bandwidth(cells/sec):
Maximum bandwidth(cells/sec)
:
ifType
:
SCT Id
:
VPI number(VNNI only)
:
2
2.1
Up
100000
100000
NNI
3
0
Operational State
:
Number of partitions:
Number of SPVC
:
Number of SVC
:
Up
1
0
4
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dspports
Display Ports
Displays general information about all logical ports on the card. On the AXSM, the information consists
of the following for each logical port:
•
Logical port number (ifNum). On the AXSM, for example, the range is 1–60.
•
Physical line number in the format bay.port.
•
Operation status—whether the port is up or down.
•
The minimum guaranteed rate in cells per second.
•
The maximum allowed rate for the port in cells per second.
•
The ID of the port-level SCT (see addport).
•
The VPI number (applies only where virtual NNIs are available).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dspports
Related Commands
addport, cnfport, delport, dspport
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Examples
Display the logical ports on the current AXSM. Note that if no SCT file had been specified for a
particular logical port (ifNum), the output gives a warning about the default SCT file usage for that port.
See also the description for the cnfcdsct command.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspports
ifNum Line Oper. Guaranteed Maximum
sctID
Status Rate
Rate
----- ---- ------ ---------- --------- --------------------1
1.1
Up
10000
10000
4
2
1.2
Down
10000
10000
4
3
1.3
Down
10000
10000
4
4
1.3
Down
10000
10000
0 !DefaultSCT used!
ifType
VPI
(VNNI only)
------ --------UNI
0
UNI
0
VNNI
1
VNNI
2 UNI
0
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dspportsct
Display Port SCT
Displays the contents of the service class template (SCT) on a port.
Note
Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the service class templates (SCTs), so
you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco WAN Manager.
These parameters are (when applicable) PCR, SCR, and ICR.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
AXSM Syntax
dspportsct <parameter_group> <ifnum>
AXSM Syntax Description
parameter_group
ifnum
An aspect of the SCT for display:
•
bw for bandwidth
•
gen for policing and CAC
•
cosb
•
vcThr for VC thresholds
•
cosThr for COSB thresholds
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
Related Commands
addport, cnfport, delport, dspport
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Examples SCT 2
This section displays all parameters for port SCT 2.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct bw 2
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |
PCR
|
SCR
|
MCR
|
MBS
|
CDVT
|
ICR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display the policing and CAC parameters (parameter “gen”) for SCT 2. To confirm that the current
card-level SCT is SCT 2, run the dspcd command.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct gen 2
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : General Parameters
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB | CLP-SELEC |
GCRA-1
|
GCRA-2
| CI-CNTRL |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00000016 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.1
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| UBR.1
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| UBR.2
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| ABR
| 00000001 |
B-CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | ENABLED |
| CBR.2
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.3
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Display the Class of Service Buffer parameters for SCT 2 Note the following:
•
Min-Rate and Max-Rate do not apply in the current product.
•
Excess-Priority is a scheme for distributing excess bandwidth. The lowest number is the highest
priority for a connection to receive excess bandwidth. If two or more connections have equal
priority, the excess bandwidth is equally distributed between them.
•
Explicit Rate Stamping (ERS) applies to only ABR connections.
Cell loss ratio (CLR) is currently hard-coded, so do not attempt tot modify it through the Cisco WAN
Manager application or the CLI commands.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosb 2
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [02] : COSB Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE | CLR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-10 |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-08 |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Display VC thresholds for SCT 2. Note the following:
The Scaling COSB value applies to congestion in a Class of Service Buffer: if a particular buffer
becomes congested, this scaling factor determines the how quickly the rate at which cells enter the buffer
is throttled back (until the buffer is no longer congested, at which time normal rates resume).
The Scaling Log-If is a scaling factor that applies to congestion on an entire port: when the whole port
is congested, this factor determines the rate at which traffic is throttled back (until the port is no longer
congested, at which time normal rates resume).
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct vcThr 2
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : VC Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | VC THRESH | PACKET | MAX_CELL | EFCI
| CLP_HI | EPD0
| CLP_LO | SCALING | SCALING |
|
| TBL IDX
| MODE |
THRESH
|
|
|
| EPD1
| COSB
| Log-If |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
|
002
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| CBR.1
|
003
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| VBR-RT.1 |
004
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.2 |
005
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.3 |
006
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.1 |
007
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.2 |
008
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.3 |
009
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| UBR.1
|
010
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| UBR.2
|
011
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| ABR
|
012
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000003 | 0000003 |
| CBR.2
|
013
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| CBR.3
|
014
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display the Class of Service Thresholds for SCT 2.
Note
The two random early discard parameters (RED Factor and RED Prob) have no application in the
current release of the product
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosThr 2
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [00002] : COSB Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSB THRESH| MAX_CELL | EFCI
| CLP_HI | EPD0
| CLP_LO |
RED | RED PROB |
|
| TBL IDX
|
THRESH
|
|
|
| EPD1
| | FACTOR
|
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 0000002 | 1000000
| 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0002 | 0000003 | 1000000
| 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0003 | 0000004 |
5000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0004 | 0000005 |
10000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0005 | 0000006 |
50000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0006 | 0000007 |
100000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0007 | 0000008 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0008 | 0000009 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0009 | 0000010 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0010 | 0000011 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0011 | 0000012 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0012 | 0000013 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0013 | 0000014 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0014 | 0000015 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0015 | 0000016 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0016 | 0000017 |
10000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Example SCT 3
This example shows all parameters for SCT 3. Each display consists of one member of the SCT
parameter group.
Display the bandwidth parameters for SCT 3.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct bw 3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |
PCR
|
SCR
|
MCR
|
MBS
|
CDVT
|
ICR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR
| 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3
| 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display the general parameters for SCT 3.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct gen 3
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : General Parameters
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB | CLP-SELEC |
GCRA-1
|
GCRA-2
| CI-CNTRL |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
| 00000016 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.1
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.1 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.2 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.3 | 00000004 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000002 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| UBR.1
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| UBR.2
| 00000006 | LCN_CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| ABR
| 00000001 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000003 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | ENABLED |
| CBR.2
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.3
| 00000003 |
B-CAC |DISABLED | 000000001 |
DISCARD |
SET-CLP | DISABLED |
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Display the Class of Service Buffer parameters for SCT 3 Note the following:
•
Min-Rate and Max-Rate do not apply in the current product.
•
Excess-Priority is a scheme for distributing excess bandwidth. The lowest number is the highest
priority for a connection to receive excess bandwidth. If two or more connections have equal
priority, the excess bandwidth is equally distributed between them.
•
Explicit Rate Stamping (ERS) applies to only ABR connections.
•
Cell loss ratio (CLR) is currently hard-coded, so do not attempt to modify it through CWM.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosb 3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [03] : COSB Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE | CLR
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-10 |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-08 |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
001 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
002 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
000 |
000 |
DISABLE | 10^-06 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Display VC thresholds for SCT 3. Note the following:
The Scaling COSB value applies to congestion in a Class of Service Buffer: if a buffer becomes
congested, this value determines how quickly the node throttles back the rate that cells enter the buffer.
The Scaling Log-If is a scaling factor that applies to congestion on a port: when the port is congested,
this factor determines the rate at which traffic is throttled back.
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct vcThr 3
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : VC Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | VC THRESH | PACKET | MAX_CELL | EFCI
| CLP_HI | EPD0
| CLP_LO | SCALING | SCALING |
|
| TBL IDX
| MODE |
THRESH
|
|
|
| EPD1
| COSB
| Log-If |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG
|
034
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| CBR.1
|
035
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| VBR-RT.1 |
036
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.2 |
037
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.3 |
038
|
DSB | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.1 |
039
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.2 |
040
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.3 |
041
|
DSB | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| UBR.1
|
042
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| UBR.2
|
043
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| ABR
|
044
|
DSB | 0000050000 | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000003 | 0000003 |
| CBR.2
|
045
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| CBR.3
|
046
|
DSB | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Display the Class of Service thresholds for SCT 3.
Note
The two random early discard parameters (RED Factor and RED Prob) have no application in the
current release of the product
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosThr 3
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [00003] : COSB Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSB THRESH| MAX_CELL | EFCI
| CLP_HI | EPD0
| CLP_LO |
RED | RED PROB |
|
| TBL IDX
|
THRESH
|
|
|
| EPD1
| FACTOR |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 0000018 | 1000000
| 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0002 | 0000019 | 1000000
| 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0003 | 0000020 |
5000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0004 | 0000021 |
10000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0005 | 0000022 |
50000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0006 | 0000023 |
100000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0007 | 0000024 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0008 | 0000025 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0009 | 0000026 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0010 | 0000027 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0011 | 0000028 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0012 | 0000029 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0013 | 0000030 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0014 | 0000031 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0015 | 0000032 | 1000000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0016 | 0000033 |
10000
| 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosb 1
+-------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [03] : COSB Parameters
|
+-------------------------------------------------------------+
|COSB| MIN-RATE| MAX-RATE| EXCESS | CELL DISC |
ERS
|CLR|
|NUM |
|
|PRIORITY| ALARM
|
|
|
+-------------------------------------------------------------+
| 1 |
0 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 2 |
6 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 3 |
6 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 4 |
6 |
100 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 5 |
0 | 100000 |
0 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 6 |
0 | 100000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 7 |
6 | 100000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 8 |
0 | 100000 |
0 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 9 |
6 |
100 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 10 |
0 | 1000000 |
0 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 11 |
1 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 12 |
0 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 13 |
0 | 100000 |
2 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 14 |
0 | 100000 |
2 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 15 |
6 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
| 16 |
6 | 1000000 |
1 | DISABLED | DISABLED | 6|
+------------------------------------------------------------+
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dspred
Display Redundancy
Displays the current redundant slot links.
Note
1:N redundancy requires a Service Resource Module (SRM) in the switch. The current release does
not support SRMs.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
dspred
Related Commands
addred, delred, switchredcd
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspred
MGX8850
Primary
SlotNum
------7
Primary
Type
------PXM45
Primary
State
------Active
Secondary
SlotNum
--------8
Secondary
Type
--------PXM45
Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Secondary Redundancy
State
Type
--------- ---------Empty Resvd 1-1
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dsprscprtn
Display Resource Partition
Displays information about one resource partition. The displayed information is shown in the example.
Note
The dsppart and dsprscprtn commands are identical. The name ‘dsprscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Note
The connection count includes control VCs when you execute dsprscprtn on the CLI of a service
module. However, when you execute dspcd or dsppnport(s) on the CLI of the controller card, the
display does not include control VCs.
The total number of connections in the display includes control VCs. The types of control VCs are
SSCOP, PNNI-RCC, and ILMI (if ILMI is enabled). To see the connection counts that do not include
control VCs, use dsppnport.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dsprscprtn <ifNum> <partId>
Syntax Description
if_num
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
part_id
Partition identifier in the range 1–5.
Related Commands
addrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, delrscprtn, dsprscprtns
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display configuration for partition 1 on logical port 1 of the current AXSM.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dsprscprtn 1 1
Interface Number
:
Partition Id
:
Controller Id
:
egr Guaranteed bw(.0001percent):
egr Maximum bw(.0001percent)
:
ing Guaranteed bw(.0001percent):
ing Maximum bw(.0001percent)
:
min vpi
:
max vpi
:
min vci
:
max vci
:
guaranteed connections
:
maximum connections
:
1
1
Number of SPVC: 0
2
Number of SPVP: 0
1000000 Number of SVC : 2
1000000
1000000
1000000
0
4095
33
65535
1000
32000 maximum connections
: 4000
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dsprscprtns
Display Resource Partitions
Display information for all the resource partitions on the current card. The displayed information is
shown in the example.
For information on specific elements of a resource partition, see the description of addrscprtn.
Note
The dspparts and dsprscprtns commands are identical. The name ‘dsprscprtn’ is consistent with the
corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dsprscprtns
Related Commands
addrscprtn, delrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, dsprscprtn
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
Display all resource partitions on the current card.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dsprscprtns
if part Ctlr egr
egr
ingr
ingr
min max
min
max min
max
Num ID
ID
GuarBw MaxBw
GuarBw MaxBw
vpi vpi
vci
vci conn conn
(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 4095
33 65535
1000 32000
2
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 255
33 65535
1000 32000
20
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
1
1
33 65535
2
512
21
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 255
33 65535
2
512
22
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000
0 255
33 65535
2
512
23
1
2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000 255 255
33 65535
2
512
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dspsct
Display SCT
Display the contents of a port-level or card-level service class template (SCT). For more information on
SCTs, see the cnfcdsct and addport descriptions. Also, see the description of SCTs in the Cisco
MGX 8850 Switch Software Configuration Guide, Release 2.0.
With the dspsct command, you can display:
•
Port or card-level SCTs
•
A particular SCT template
•
A section within the SCT (see Syntax Description for an explanation)
Note
Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the service class templates
(SCTs), so you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco WAN Manager.
These parameters are (when applicable) PCR, SCR, and ICR.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
AXSM Syntax
dspsct <SCT_section> <sctID> <port | card>
AXSM Syntax Description
SCT_section
A specific part of the SCT, as follows:
•
bw for bandwidth
•
gen for policing and CAC
•
cosb
•
vcThr for VC thresholds
•
cosThr for COSB thresholds
sctID
SCT identifier in the range 1–255.
port | card
Specifies the level to which the template applies. Enter the entire string “port” or
“card.”
Related Commands
cnfcdsct, dspcdsct
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Attributes
Log: log
State: active, standby
Privilege: ANYUSER
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Example
Display each parameter in SCT file number 4 at the card direction. The output illustrates each category
within the SCT file separately.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspsct bw 4 card
Service Class Template [0] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |
PCR
|
SCR
|
MCR
|
MBS
|
CDVT
|
ICR
|
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 000000256 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000257 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000258 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000259 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000260 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000261 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000262 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000263 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000264 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000265 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000266 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000267 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspcdsct gen 4 card
Service Class Template [0] : General Parameters
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | BOOK_FACT | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB |
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| 000000256 | 00000003 | 000000100 |
ECAC-A | GCRA1-ENB |
| 000000257 | 00000004 | 000000100 |
ECAC-A | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000258 | 00000004 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000259 | 00000004 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000260 | 00000005 | 000000100 |
ECAC-A | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000261 | 00000005 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000262 | 00000005 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000263 | 00000006 | 000000100 | LCN_CAC | GCRA1-ENB |
| 000000264 | 00000006 | 000000100 | LCN_CAC | GCRA1-ENB |
| 000000265 | 00000001 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA1-ENB |
| 000000266 | 00000003 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000267 | 00000003 | 000000100 |
B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspcdsct cosb 4 card
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [00] : COSB Parameters
|
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |
001 |
001 |
ENABLE |
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+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspcdsct vcThr 4 card
Service Class Template [0] : VC Threshold Parameters
+----------------------------------------------------------------|SERV|VC THRESH| SELECT |MAX_CELL|EFCI|CLP_LO| CLP_HI| EPD0 |SCALING|SCALING|
|TYPE|TBL IDX | THRESH | THRESH | Pct|EPDPct|
Pct|
Pct |COSB
| Log-If|
+----------------------------------------------------------------| 256 |
225 |
DSB|00000160|100%|035%|080% |100% |0000001 |0000001|
| 257 |
226 |
DSB|00001280|100%|035%|080% |100% |0000001 |0000001|
| 258 |
227 |
DSB|00001280|100%|035%|080% |100% |0000001 |0000001|
| 259 |
228 |
DSB|00001280|100%|035%|080% |100% |0000001 |0000001|
| 260 |
229 |
DSB|00001280|100%|080%|080% |060% |0000001 |0000001|
| 261 |
230 |
DSB|00001280|100%|080%|080% |060% |0000001 |0000001|
| 262 |
231 |
DSB|00001280|100%|080%|080% |060% |0000001 |0000001|
| 263 |
232 |
DSB|00008000|100%|080%|080% |060% |0000001 |0000001|
| 264 |
233 |
DSB|00008000|100%|080%|080% |060% |0000001 |0000001|
| 265 |
234 |
DSB|00008000|020%|080%|080% |060% |0000001 |0000001|
| 266 |
235 |
DSB|00000160|100%|035%|080% |100% |0000001 |0000001|
| 267 |
236 |
DSB|00000160|100%|035%|080% |100% |0000001 |0000001|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspcdsct cosThr 4 card
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [00] : COSB Threshold Parameters|
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSBTHRES| MAX_CELL |EFCI|CLP_LO|CLP_HI| EPD0 |RED | RED PROB |
|
|TBL IDX | THRESH | Pct|EPDPct|
Pct| Pct | PCT| FACTOR |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00114 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |\
| 0002 | 00115 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0003 | 00116 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0004 | 00117 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0005 | 00118 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0006 | 00119 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0007 | 00120 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0008 | 00121 | 00001424 |100%|080% |060% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0009 | 00122 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0010 | 00123 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0011 | 00124 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0012 | 00125 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0013 | 00126 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0014 | 00127 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0015 | 00128 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0016 | 00129 | 01015808 |100%|100% |100% |100% |025% | 00000005 |
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dsptotals
Display Totals
Displays a list of the number current active lines, ports, and channels and the number of maximum lines,
ports and channels in the format:
active/maximum
For example, 1/60 indicates that 1 port is active and that the maximum possible ports is 60.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
dsptotals
Syntax Description
No Parameters.
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active, standby
MGX8850.2.AXSM.a >
total active lines
total active ports
total active chans
dsptotals
= 2/16
= 0/60
= 0/130560
Privilege: ANYUSER
Example
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switchapsln
Switch APS Line
Switches the specified working APS line (bay, line) to its protection line.
See the description for the addapsln command for a detailed explanation of Automatic Protection
Switching (APS).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
switchapsln <bay> <line> <switchOption>
[<serviceSwitch>]
Syntax Description
bay
The working bay number to switch.
line
The working line number to switch.
switchOption
The method of performing the switch.
1 = clear (returns to working line)
2 = lockout of protection
(locks out the specified APS pair from being switched to protection line)
3 = forced working->protection
(forces a working line to protection line switch unless the protection line is
locked out)
4 = forced protection->working
(forces a protection line to working line switch; 1+1 architecture mode only)
5 = manual working->protection (manual switch)
6 = manual protection->working (manual switch; 1+1 architecture mode only)
service switch
When set to 1, this field causes all APS lines to switch to their protected lines.
Related Commands
addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > switchapsln 1.1.1 3 1
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switchredcd
switchredcd
Switch Redundancy Card
Switches operation from the active redundant card to standby redundant card.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
PXM45
Syntax
switchredcd <fromSlot> <toSlot>
Syntax Description
fromSlot
The currently active redundant card.
toSlot
The current standby redundant card, which is being switched to active.
Related Command
dspred, delred
Attributes
Log: no log
State: active
Privilege: SERVICE_GP
Example
mgx8850a.7.PXM.a > switchredcd 8 7
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uplmi
uplmi
Up Local Management Interface
Activates the Local Management Interface (LMI) on the specified logical port (ifNum).
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
uplmi <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
The interface number of the logical port on which to activate the LMI.
Related Commands
dnlmi
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
uplmi 2
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upln
upln
Up Line
Activates a line on the current card. After you have activated the line, use cnfln to configure the line
characteristics such as the type of line (SONET, T3, or E3), line signaling, and so on.
Note
See description of cnfcdsct for important planning considerations before you use upln.
Cards on Which This Command Runs
AXSM
Syntax
upln <bay.line>
Syntax Description
bay.line
Identifies the bay (1 or 2) and the number of the line. The line number is from 1 to the
highest numbered line on the back card. For the range of line numbers on specific
AXSM models, see Table 3-1.
Related Commands
dspln, dsplns, cnfln, dnln
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
Activate line 1 in bay 1.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > upln 1.1
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upport
upport
Up Port
The upport command returns a logical port to the up state (or “ups” the port) so the port can again carry
traffic. The upport command concludes possible re-configuration or troubleshooting steps. Before you
execute upport, you must have downed the port by executing dnport. Throughout the sequence of
downing and upping a port, the configuration for the port remains intact whether the logical port is a UNI
or an NNI.
The routes for connections vary by interface type:
•
After you re-enable an NNI port through upport, you cannot return the re-routed connections to the
upped port. The PXM45 routes connections over the trunk as needed.
•
On a UNI, the connections continue to exist but remain in the failed state until you enable the port
by executing upport.
Syntax
upport <ifNum>
Syntax Description
ifNum
Logical interface (port) number. For AXSM, the range is 1–60.
Use dspports or dspport as needed to determine which port to bring up.
Related Commands
dspport, dspports, dnport
Attributes
Log: log
State: active
Privilege: GROUP1
Example
Restore port 1 on the current card to operation.
MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > upport 1
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