SkyPilot Command-Line Interface Reference

SkyPilot Command-Line Interface Reference
SkyPilot Command-Line Interface Reference
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SkyPilot Firmware 1.4
Document Last Revised: August 21, 2006
Contents
Introduction
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Checking VLAN Status. . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing the Command-Line Interface
Using the Command-Line Interface . . .
Command Summary. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Provisioning Parameters Scope . . . . . .
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Command Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
acceptimage . . . . . . .
clear . . . . . . . . . . . .
debug . . . . . . . . . . .
dhcp . . . . . . . . . . . .
exit . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ftpimage . . . . . . . . .
ftpimageap. . . . . . . .
help . . . . . . . . . . . .
nodetest . . . . . . . . .
ping . . . . . . . . . . . .
reboot . . . . . . . . . . .
rebootap . . . . . . . . .
reload . . . . . . . . . . .
reloadap . . . . . . . . .
set acl . . . . . . . . . . .
set activeimage . . . . .
set apwatchdog. . . . .
set buzzer. . . . . . . . .
set classifier . . . . . . .
set eth . . . . . . . . . . .
set factoryap . . . . . . .
set filter . . . . . . . . . .
set ip . . . . . . . . . . . .
set log . . . . . . . . . . .
set logevents pagesize
set netkey . . . . . . . .
set password. . . . . . .
set power . . . . . . . . .
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SkyPilot Command-Line Interface Reference | iii
set prov. . . . . . .
set prov domain .
set prov freq. . . .
set prov parent . .
set prov vlan. . . .
set prov web . . .
set radar . . . . . .
set snmp . . . . . .
set spectrum . . .
set telnet . . . . . .
set timezone . . .
set trafficrate . . .
show acl . . . . . .
show ap . . . . . .
show bridge . . . .
show buzzer. . . .
show classifier . .
show config . . . .
show date . . . . .
show debug . . . .
show dhcp . . . . .
show domain . . .
show eth . . . . . .
show filter . . . . .
show flash . . . . .
show freq . . . . .
show gps . . . . . .
show int . . . . . .
show ip . . . . . . .
show ip2mac . . .
show link . . . . . .
show log . . . . . .
show logevents. .
show mac2ip . . .
show mem. . . . .
show mesh . . . .
show netkey. . . .
show packet stats
show phyerrors . .
show power . . . .
show process . . .
show prov . . . . .
show radar. . . . .
show reboot. . . .
show sched . . . .
show snmp . . . .
show spectrum . .
show status . . . .
show tech . . . . .
show temp. . . . .
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Contents | v
vi
Introduction
The command-line interface is a text-based interactive application built into all
SkyPilot™ devices. It enables you to manually provision a device, monitor and
manage a device, and do real-time logging.
This document provides instructions for accessing a SkyPilot device’s commandline interface, along with detailed descriptions of all the commands available
through the interface.
This document covers the following topics:
Checking VLAN status
Accessing the command-line interface
Using the command-line interface
Command summary
Provisioning parameters scope
SkyPilot Command-Line Interface Reference | 1
Checking VLAN Status
If your SkyPilot network is configured to use a management VLAN, SkyPilot devices
automatically uses the same VLAN for management traffic. Therefore, you’ll need
to access the network nodes from a PC that’s a member of that management
VLAN. Typically this means you’ll need to access the command-line interface from
the SkyPilot EMS server or other management workstation across the SkyPilot
mesh network. If you’ve previously configured a management SSID as a member
of the management VLAN, you can use this SSID to connect directly to the node.
Accessing the Command-Line Interface
You can connect to any SkyPilot device and access its command-line interface
through Telnet over an Ethernet connection, or (SkyGateway and SkyExtender
only) via a terminal session from a console connected to the device’s RJ-45 serial
port. After logging in (by supplying a password), you can enter commands at the
command prompt. See the following sections for details:
“Getting Access via Ethernet” (next section)
“Getting Access via a Serial Connection” on page 4
Getting Access via Ethernet
To set up a Telnet session:
1
Prepare a PC.
Open the network settings panel and assign the computer an IP address from
192.168.0.5 to 192.168.0.254, and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.
If you’ve already assigned an IP address to the SkyPilot device, you can
configure your PC with an IP address on the same subnet. The default IP
address of SkyExtenders and SkyConnectors is 192.168.0.2, and is available
even after you’ve assigned a new IP address. For SkyGateways, however, the
default address is no longer available once you assign a new address.
2
Connect the computer to the SkyPilot device, as shown in Figure 1.
2 | Introduction
a
Use an Ethernet crossover cable to connect the computer to the power
injector. (For SkyConnectors, either a crossover or a straight-through cable
may be used.)
b
Connect the Ethernet straight-through cable (provided) between the
power injector and the Ethernet interface on the bottom of a SkyGateway
or SkyExtender (except SkyExtender DualBand), or the back of a
SkyConnector.
c
Plug the AC adapter into the power injector.
Figure 1. Ethernet connection to a SkyGateway/SkyExtender
3
Start a Telnet session.
4
From the Telnet session, connect to the device by supplying its IP address.
5
Log in by entering the password at the command prompt. (Use the default,
public, if you haven’t changed the password.)
Accessing the Command-Line Interface | 3
Getting Access via a Serial Connection
You can use a serial connection to access the command-line interface of a
SkyGateway or SkyExtender. (The SkyConnector doesn’t have a serial port.)
To access via a serial connection:
1
Connect the computer to the SkyPilot device, as shown in Figure 2.
a
Plug the DB-9 adapter into a serial port on the computer.
b
Plug one end of the serial straight-through cable into the DB-9 adapter
and the other end into the RJ-45 serial port on the base of the
SkyGateway or SkyExtender.
c
Connect the Ethernet straight-through cable (provided) between the
power injector and the Ethernet interface on the base of the SkyGateway
or SkyExtender.
Figure 2. Serial connection to a SkyGateway/SkyExtender
4 | Introduction
2
3
Start a communications session.
a
From the computer, start a terminal emulation program (for example,
HyperTerminal or the open-source terminal client Tera Term).
b
Select the COM port you used to physically connect the computer to the
device.
c
Connect to the SkyPilot device using these serial communication settings:
38400 bps, 8 data bits, no parity, one stop bit, no flow control.
Log in by entering the password at the command prompt. (Use the default,
public, if you haven’t changed the password.)
Using the Command-Line Interface
Some commands include command-line arguments, which may be required
(indicated by angle brackets: < >) or optional (indicated by square brackets: [ ]). If
you enter a command without including its required arguments, the command
may respond by displaying the proper command syntax.
Other commands don’t include any arguments in the command invocation, but
prompt you for the following as you proceed through the command sequence:
A set of choices indicated by letters or numbers (enclosed in angle brackets
and separated by vertical bars); for example, <y | n | q>, or <d | 1-100>,
meaning you can enter d or a number from 1 to 100. In these cases, pressing
the ENTER alone selects the first choice. Some commands display a numbered
list of choices, after which you enter the number corresponding to your
choice.
A request that you enter a particular value (for example, for a provisioning
parameter), with the current value displayed in square brackets. Pressing
ENTER alone after such a prompt retains the current value.
Using the Command-Line Interface | 5
Command Summary
Table 1 summarizes the most commonly used commands, and Table 2
summarizes those that are more advanced and less frequently used.
Table 1. Common Commands (Page 1 of 3)
Command
Description
dhcp
Renews a DHCP lease or shows DHCP status
exit
Terminates (disconnects) the command-line interface session,
unless the client is connected through a serial interface to a
SkyPilot node
help
Displays a brief description of the each command along with
the command’s syntax
nodetest
Performs a two-way exchange of data to determine the link
integrity between two SkyPilot devices
ping
Performs a Layer 3 ping test
reboot
Reboots the device
rebootap
Reboots a DualBand/TriBand access point (DualBand/TriBand
only)
set
Sets common provisioning parameters in real time (except as
noted), as follows:
eth—Enabling or disabling of Ethernet interface, as well as
physical settings such as speed and duplexity
filter—Packet filtering
ip—IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway
password—Password for accessing the device’s
command-line interface (real time and flash memory
setting)
vlan—Virtual local area network settings
(See next row for set prov commands)
6 | Introduction
Table 1. Common Commands (Page 2 of 3)
Command
Description
set prov
Sets common provisioning parameters in a device’s flash
memory, as follows:
auto—Automatic provisioning mode
domain—Domain to which the device belongs, or all
domains
eth—Enabling or disabling of Ethernet interface, as well as
physical settings such as speed and duplexity
filter—Packet filtering
freq—Primary frequency for the device, as well as an
allowed range of frequencies
ip—IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway
manual—Manual provisioning mode
show
Displays the device’s current value for provisioning parameters,
as follows:
ap—Access point settings and clients
config—All current configuration settings
date—Current system date and time
dhcp—DHCP OFFER options (option fields sent by the
DHCP server)
domain—Domain to which the device belongs, or all
domains
eth—Ethernet interface state (enabled or disabled), as well
as physical settings such as speed and duplexity
filter—All filters in effect (EtherType, IP Address, and so
on)
freq—Primary frequency for devices, as well as an allowed
range of frequencies
int—Ethernet and RF interface information
ip—IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway
link—Link optimization table, mesh link states, or mesh
link statistics
prov—Provisioning mode, and parameters for manually
provisioned devices
reboot—Reason for most recent reboot
sched—Scheduler’s activity as a graphical representation
of total timeslots and timeslots with data
transmission/reception activity
status—Current provisioning settings
Command Summary | 7
Table 1. Common Commands (Page 3 of 3)
Command
show
(continued)
Description
uptime —Elapsed time since the device was last booted
users—All users logged into the node
version—Version of hardware, software, and operating
system
vlan—Virtual local area network settings
Table 2. Advanced Commands (Page 1 of 4)
Command
Description
acceptimage
Changes the image state for a partition to accepted
clear
Clears all counters that are displayed by the
show link stats command or are available via SNMP
debug
Enables or disables debug logging to the current Telnet
session
ftpimage
Downloads a software image to the device
ftpimageap
Downloads a software image to the access point
reload
Reloads the device’s configuration file from the provisioning
server
reloadap
Reloads the access point’s file from the provisioning server
(DualBand/TriBand only)
set
Sets advanced provisioning parameters in real time (except as
noted), as follows:
acl—Access control list
activeimage—Which partition’s software image to use as
the active image (flash memory setting)
appower—Access point transmit power (SkyExtender
DualBand only)
apwatchdog—Access point watchdog task (SkyExtender
DualBand only)
buzzer—Sound pitch indicating signal strength (recent
Outdoor SkyConnectors only)
8 | Introduction
Table 2. Advanced Commands (Page 2 of 4)
Command
set
(continued)
Description
classifier—QoS classifiers
factoryap—Access point factory settings (SkyExtender
DualBand only)
log—Facility log levels that control log message verbosity
logevents pagesize—Page size for log events
messages
netkey—Key that’s exchanged as part of the link
formation process (real time and flash memory setting)
power—Power level of transmit signal (non-SkyGateways
only)
radar—Radar detection state (SkyGateway only)
snmp—SNMP community strings and trap receivers
spectrum—Spectrum analysis
telnet—Telnet inactivity timeout
timezone—NTP server IP address and time zone offset
trafficrate—Traffic rate controls
(See next row for set prov commands)
set prov
Sets advanced provisioning parameters in a device’s flash
memory, as follows:
buzzer—Sound pitch indicating signal strength (recent
Outdoor SkyConnectors only)
classifier—QoS classifiers
parent—Preferred parent, which will always be used
even if it isn’t the best path (non-SkyGateways only)
power—Power level of transmit signal (non-SkyGateways
only)
radar—Radar detection state (SkyGateway only)
snmp—SNMP community strings and trap receivers
timezone—NTP server IP address and time zone offset
trafficrate—Traffic rate controls
web—Web interface server settings
Command Summary | 9
Table 2. Advanced Commands (Page 3 of 4)
Command
Description
show
Displays the device’s current value for provisioning parameters,
as follows:
acl—Access control list
bridge—Bridge station cache and port information
buzzer—Sound pitch indicating signal strength (recent
outdoor SkyConnectors only)
classifier—QoS classifiers
debug—Debug status
flash—Flash memory status
gps—GPS information (SkyGateway, SkyExtender,
SkyExtender DualBand only)
ip2mac—Mapping of IP to MAC addresses (SkyGateway
only)
log—Facility log levels that control log message verbosity
logevents—Page size for log events messages
mac2ip—Mapping of MAC to IP addresses (SkyGateway
only)
mem—System memory partition blocks and statistics
mesh—Mesh forwarding table, mesh route cost table, or
MAC learning table
netkey—Key that’s exchanged as part of the link
formation process
power—Power level of transmit signal
phyerrors—List of PHY (physical layer) errors detected by
the Atheros radio chip
process—Operating system processes
radar—Radar detection state
snmp—SNMP community strings and trap receivers
spectrum—Spectrum analysis
tech—Snapshot of device’s current configuration and
status
temp—Temperature of the device’s radio chip
timezone—NTP server IP address and time zone offset
trafficrate—Traffic rate controls
10 | Introduction
Table 2. Advanced Commands (Page 4 of 4)
Command
Description
spectrum
Displays help for the spectrum analyzer
traceroute
Traces a path to a specified MAC address or the device’s default
SkyGateway
Provisioning Parameters Scope
Depending on the provisioning parameter and the method you use to change its
value, the change takes effect in either of the following scopes:
Immediate (real time)—When you set a parameter with a command of the
form set parameter, the setting takes effect immediately (in real time),
without any need to restart the device. However, once the device is restarted,
it will revert to its original provisioning setting contained in its flash memory.
Flash—When you set a parameter with a command of the form
set prov parameter, the setting is changed in the device’s flash memory;
the new setting does not take effect until the device is restarted.
NOTE
Parameter value changes that can be made only in flash memory (not in
real time) appear in this document in the flash format,
set prov parameter. If the value change can be made in real time or
flash, it appears in the real-time format, set parameter.
Table 3 shows, for all the provisioning parameters, which types of device they
apply to (excluding DualBand/TriBand access points) and whether you can
change the parameter value in real time (with a set parameter command), in a
device’s flash memory (with a set prov parameter command), or in either.
Provisioning Parameters Scope | 11
Table 3. Provisioning Parameters Scope (Page 1 of 2)
Parameter
Device Type
Immediate
Flash
(Real Time)
✔
acl
All
auto
All
buzzer
SkyConnector only
✔
✔
classifier
All
✔
✔
domain
All
eth
All
✔
✔
filter
All
✔
✔
freq
All
ip
All
manual
All
netkey
All
parent
Non-SkyGateway
devices
password
All
✔
power
SkyGateway only
✔
✔
radar
SkyGateway only
✔
✔
snmp
All
✔
✔
timezone
All
✔
✔
12 | Introduction
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✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Table 3. Provisioning Parameters Scope (Page 2 of 2)
Parameter
Device Type
Immediate
Flash
(Real Time)
trafficrate
All
✔
✔
vlan
All
✔
✔
web
All
✔
Provisioning Parameters Scope | 13
14
Command Descriptions
This section describes the entire command set (in alphabetical order), including
each command’s syntax and arguments, and provides examples.
SkyPilot Command-Line Interface Reference | 15
acceptimage
Sets the specified partition’s image state to accepted (which is normally done
automatically by the device). This command bypasses the automated process,
and should only be used when you’re preprovisioning equipment with known
good images to ensure that the device does not prematurely mark the image
unbootable due to more than 10 reboots or power cycles.
NOTE
Once an image is marked accepted, it will be considered a trusted
image. Therefore, the device will not automatically revert to the other
partition image regardless of whether links can be successfully formed.
Syntax
acceptimage <A | B>
Arguments
A
Sets partition A’s image state to accepted
B
Sets partition B’s image state to accepted
Example
> acceptimage A
Image accepted.
>
16 | Command Descriptions
clear
Clears spectrum analysis results or counters that are displayed by the
show link stats command or that are available via SNMP.
Syntax
clear <counters | spectrum>
Arguments
counters
spectrum
Clears counters, as specified by the following additional arguments:
MAC
Clears the link statistics counters for the device having
the specified MAC address
all
Clears the link statistics counters for all devices
Clears the device’s maximum hold RSSI statistics
Example
> clear counters
Error: Missing MAC address.
Usage: clear counters <MAC | all>
> clear counters all
Counters cleared for all links.
> clear counters spectrum
Clear multi channel max hold statistics.
>
clear | 17
debug
Enables or disables debug logging to the current Telnet session. This command is
not available when you’ve accessed the command-line interface through a serial
connection because debug logging is always enabled in that case.
Syntax
debug <on | off | status>
Arguments
on
Enables debugging
off
Disables debugging
status
Displays the current debug status
None
Displays the command’s syntax
Example
> debug on
Debug logging enabled.
18 | Command Descriptions
dhcp
Renews a DHCP lease or shows DHCP status.
Syntax
dhcp <renew | show>
Arguments
renew
Renews a DHCP lease
show
Displays DHCP status
Example
> dhcp show
IP address
Subnet mask
Broadcast address
Default gateway
Lease duration
Lease rebinding
Lease renewal
DHCP server
FTP server
HTTP server
NTP server
Hostname
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192.168.5.225
255.255.255.0
192.168.5.255
192.168.5.1
3600
1458
108
192.168.5.2
192.168.5.2
172.16.1.5
172.16.1.5
New_Adam
>
dhcp | 19
exit
Terminates the current Telnet session.
Syntax
exit
Arguments
None
Example
> exit
exit
Connection closed by foreign host.
20 | Command Descriptions
ftpimage
Downloads a software image to the device. Unlike the automated provisioning
process, which only lets you download images into the inactive partition, using
the ftpimage command during manual provisioning lets you download the
image into either of the partitions—A or B (see “set activeimage” on page 32).
SkyPilot recommends first downloading new images into the backup partition to
avoid overwriting the active image. You can download software with this
command from any device running an FTP server that’s reachable over the
network.
Syntax
ftpimage
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary values:
IP address
IP address of the server containing the desired
software image
login
User name for logging in
password
Password corresponding to the specified user name
directory
Directory on the FTP server containing the software
image
filename
File name (including the file extension) of the software
image
partition
Partition into which the software image is to be
downloaded: A or B
Example
> ftpimage
-> Enter FTP server IP address: 192.168.4.80
-> Enter FTP server login [anonymous]:
-> Enter FTP server password:
-> Enter directory:
-> Enter filename: SkyExt.1.2p3.bin
-> Enter destination partition <A|B>: A
FTP server IP address
FTP server login
Directory
Filename
Destination partition
:
:
:
:
:
192.168.4.80
anonymous
SkyExt.1.2p3.bin
A
-> Are these settings correct? no, yes <n|y>: y
>
ftpimage | 21
ftpimageap
Downloads a software image to a DualBand/TriBand access point. You can
download software with this command from any device running an FTP server
that’s reachable over the network. For TriBands, you’ll be prompted for the
destination access point.
Syntax
ftpimageap
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary values:
IP address
IP address of the server containing the desired
software image
login
User name for logging in
password
Password corresponding to the specified user name
directory
Directory on the FTP server containing the software
image
filename
File name (including the file extension) of the software
image
access point Access point into which the software image is to be
downloaded: A (for the 2.4 GHz access point) or B (for
the 4.9 GHz access point)
Example
> ftpimageap
Enter FTP server IP address: 192.168.4.80
-> Enter FTP server login [anonymous]:
-> Enter FTP server password:
-> Enter directory:
-> Enter filename: SkyAP.2.0.20.bin
-> Enter destination access point A) 2.4GHz or B) 4.9GHz <A|B>: A
FTP server IP address
FTP server login
Directory
Filename
Access point
:
:
:
:
:
192.168.4.80
anonymous
SkyAP.2.0.20.bin
2.4GHz
-> Are these settings correct? no, yes <n|y>: y
>
22 | Command Descriptions
help
Displays a brief description of each command as well as its synopsis—the
command’s syntax.
Syntax
help [? | command]
Arguments
?
Displays information for all commands (can also be typed by itself on the
command line)
command
Displays information for the specified command
None
Displays information for all commands
Example
> ?
acceptimage - Sets the image state to be accepted.
Synopsis: acceptimage <A | B>
clear
- Clears counters.
Synopsis: clear <counters | spectrum>
debug
- Enables or disables debug log messages.
This command is available only in a telnet session.
Synopsis: debug <on | off | status>
dhcp
- Renew or show DHCP lease.
Synopsis: dhcp <renew | show>
ftpimage
- Download a software image and store it in flash.
Synopsis: ftpimage
ftpimageap
- Download an access point software image and store it in flash.
Synopsis: ftpimageap
help
- Display CLI command list.
Synopsis: help [command]
nodetest
- Two way link layer ping test.
Synopsis: nodetest <MAC> [packetCount [packetSize]]
ping
- Layer 3 ping utility.
Synopsis: ping <host> [packetCount [packetSize]]
reboot
- Reboots node.
Synopsis: reboot
rebootap
- Reboots the 802.11b access point.
This command is available only on SkyExtender DualBand.
Synopsis: rebootap
reload
- Reloads configuration file.
Synopsis: reload
reloadap
- Reloads the access point's configuration file.
Synopsis: reload
help | 23
set
- Sets configuration information in flash memory.
Synopsis: set <activeimage | appower | apwatchdog |classifier |
eth | factoryap | filter | ip | log | netkey |
logevents | password | power | prov | radar |
snmp | spectrum | telnet | timezone | trafficrate>
show
- Queries and displays information.
Synopsis: show <acl | appower | bridge | classifier | config |
date | debug | dhcp | domain | eth | filter |
flash | freq | gps | int | ip | ip2mac | link |
log | logevents | mac2ip | mem | mesh | netkey |
packet | phyerrors | power | process | prov |
radar | reboot | snmp | spectrum | stack |
status | tech | temp | timezone | trafficrate |
uptime | users | version | vlan>
spectrum
- Shows spectrum help.
Synopsis: spectrum
traceroute
- Traces path to destination MAC address discovering intermediary
nodes along this path. If the MAC address is not supplied, then
the default gateway is used as the destination.
Synopsis: traceroute [MAC]
exit
- Terminate current CLI session.
Synopsis: exit
24 | Command Descriptions
nodetest
Performs a two-way exchange of data to determine the link integrity between two
SkyPilot devices.
Syntax
nodetest <MAC> [packet-count [packet-size]]
Arguments
MAC
MAC address of the device to ping
packet-count Number of packets to send before terminating the ping test; if no value
is entered, 100 packets are sent
packet-size
Size (in bytes) of the packets to send during the ping test; if no value is
entered, the default packet size of 100 bytes is used
None
Displays the command’s syntax
Example
> nodetest 000adb010048
> ########################################################
Average and standard deviation calculations
Latency
PacketCount
| Ave
10972.29 | LostPacket
0 |
| StDev
5472.26 | SuccessPkt 101 |
Link Ping results: 100.000%
Successes: 101
Misses: 0
>
nodetest | 25
ping
Performs a Layer 3 ping test.
Syntax
ping <host> [packet-count [packet-size]]
Arguments
host
IP address of the device to ping
packet-count Number of packets to send before terminating the ping test; if no value
is entered, 3 packets are sent
packet-size
Size (in bytes) of the packets to send during the ping test; if no value is
entered, the default packet size of 64 bytes is used
Example
> ping 192.168.4.188
PING 192.168.4.188: 56 data bytes
64 bytes from sbc405gpr (192.168.4.188): icmp_seq=0.
64 bytes from sbc405gpr (192.168.4.188): icmp_seq=1.
64 bytes from sbc405gpr (192.168.4.188): icmp_seq=2.
----192.168.4.188 PING Statistics---3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet
round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 0/0/0
>
26 | Command Descriptions
time=0. ms
time=0. ms
time=0. ms
loss
reboot
Reboots the device.
Syntax
reboot
Arguments
None
Example
> reboot
Rebooting...
reboot | 27
rebootap
Reboots a SkyPilot DualBand/TriBand access point. For TriBands, you’ll be
prompted for the desired access point.
NOTE
Rebooting the TriBand’s LAN switch is on the 4.9 GHz access point,
rebooting it causes a momentary loss of connectivity to the 2.4 GHz
access point.
Syntax
rebootap
Arguments
None
Example
> rebootap
Which access point do you want to reboot A) 2.4GHz or B) 4.9GHz <A|B>: A
2.4GHz access point will restart in 20 seconds.
2.4GHz access point restarted.
>
28 | Command Descriptions
reload
Reloads the device’s configuration file from the server.
Syntax
reload
Arguments
None
Example
> reload
>
reload | 29
reloadap
(DualBand/TriBand only) Reloads the access point’s configuration file from the
server. The device must be configured for automatic provisioning.
Syntax
reloadap
Arguments
None
30 | Command Descriptions
set acl
Adds, deletes, or clears a device access control list (ACL), in real time.
ACLs enhance system security by controlling access to the local management
interface on a SkyPilot node port. Unlike filters, which filter all data passing
through a given SkyPilot node, ACLs examine data destined for a given node. (For
more information about ACLs, refer to “Managing Access Control Lists” in SkyPilot
Network Administration.)
Syntax
set acl add <subnet> <netmask> <destination> <protocol>
set acl del <row-index>
set acl clear
Arguments
subnet
IP address to be accessed when using the ACL’s specified port and
protocol
netmask
Netmask for addresses to be accessed via the ACL
destination
Destination port through which access is granted; a number from 1 to
65535
protocol
Protocol of this ACL; 0 for UDP or 1 for TCP
row-index
Entry number in the ACL table of the ACL to delete
Examples
> set acl add 192.168.0.0 255.255.0.0 23 1
> show acl
Index IP Address
----- --------------1
0.0.0.0
2
192.168.0.0
Subnet Mask
--------------0.0.0.0
255.255.0.0
Port
----23
23
Protocol
-------TCP
TCP
> set acl del 2
> show acl
Index IP Address
Subnet Mask
Port Protocol
----- --------------- --------------- ----- -------1
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
23
TCP
> set acl clear
ACL table cleared!
> show acl
Index IP Address
Subnet Mask
Port Protocol
----- --------------- --------------- ----- ------->
set acl | 31
set activeimage
Specifies which partition’s software image to use as the active image.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set activeimage command are made to
the settings stored in flash memory, and do not take effect until the
device is rebooted. You cannot change a device’s active image in real
time.
Syntax
set activeimage <A | B>
Arguments
A
Selects the image from partition A
B
Selects the image from partition B
Example
> set activeimage A
Active image set to A
>
32 | Command Descriptions
set apwatchdog
Enables or disables a SkyExtender DualBand’s access point watchdog process,
which may be useful during 802.11b access point troubleshooting.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set apwatchdog command take effect
immediately. This setting is not stored in the device’s flash memory.
Syntax
set apwatchdog <on | off>
Arguments
on
Enables the DualBand’s access point watchdog process
off
Disables the DualBand’s access point watchdog process
Example
> set apwatchdog on
Access point watchdog enabled.
>
set apwatchdog | 33
set buzzer
Sets (in real time) sound pitch that indicates signal strength (recent Outdoor
SkyConnectors only).
NOTE
To change the device’s buzzer setting in its flash memory, use the
set prov buzzer command. The new setting will take effect when the
device is rebooted.
Syntax
set buzzer <off | numSec>
Arguments
off
Disables the signal strength buzzer
numSec
Enables the signal strength buzzer and sets the number of seconds the
buzzer sounds
Example
> show buzzer
Buzzer state: Off
> set buzzer 4
Buzz 4 second(s).
> show buzzer
Buzzer on: 1 seconds remain
> set buzzer off
Buzzer off!!!
> show buzzer
Buzzer state: Off
34 | Command Descriptions
set classifier
Sets (in real time) the device’s Quality of Service (QoS) classifiers.
QoS classifiers are used to classify traffic according to the types of packets that will
be directed to a subscriber’s high-priority queue, for both upstream (as packets
enter the Ethernet interface) and downstream (as packets enter the SkyGateway
Ethernet interface) traffic. All other traffic will be directed to the subscriber’s
standard (low-priority) queue. (For more information about QoS classifiers, refer to
“Quality of Service (QoS)” in SkyPilot Network Administration.)
NOTE
To change the device’s QoS classifier settings in its flash memory, use the
set prov classifier command. The new settings will take effect
when the device is rebooted.
Syntax
set classifier
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary command argument
values (pressing ENTER at a value prompt will continue with whatever
the current value is, which is shown within square brackets):
q
Quits the command.
a
Adds a QoS classifier. At the resulting prompts, enter
the QoS classifier elements (refer to “QoS Classifiers” in
the SkyPilot Network Administration).
d
Deletes a QoS classifier.
m
Modifies an existing QoS classifier. At the resulting
prompts, enter the QoS classifier elements (refer to
“QoS Classifiers” in the SkyPilot Network Administration).
l
Lists the device’s current QoS classifiers.
c
Clears a classifier.
Example
> set classifier
Select a Classifier action: quit, add, delete, modify, list, clear <q|a|d|m|l|c>: l
Rule TOS Low TOS High TOS Mask IP Protocol IP Src Addr IP IP Src Mask
---- -------- -------- -------- ----------- --------------- --------------1
00010000 11111111 11111111 0x00
Rule IP Dest Addr
IP Dest Mask
Port Src1 Port Src2 Port Dest1 Port Dest2
---- --------------- --------------- --------- --------- ---------- ---------1
set classifier | 35
Rule MAC Src
MAC Src Mask
MAC Dest
MAC Dest Mask
---- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------1
Rule EtherType 802.1P Low 802.1P High 802.1Q Vlan Direction
---- --------- ---------- ----------- ----------- ---------1
downstream
Select a Classifier action: quit, add, delete, modify, list, clear <q|a|d|m|l|c>: m
Enter the index of the classifier : 1
Enter the direction : upstream, downstream <u | d> : d u
Enter IP TOS Low : 00010000
IP TOS Low is not changed.
Enter IP TOS High : 11111111
IP TOS High is not changed.
Enter IP TOS Mask : 11111111
IP TOS Mask is not changed.
Enter IP Protocol Number < ICMP:01 | IGMP:02 | TCP:06 | UDP:11 | IPV6:29 | RSVP:2E |
IPX-in-IP:6F | L2TP:73 | [ProtocolNo] : 0x00
IP Protocol is not set.
Enter IP Source address :
IP Source address is not changed.
Enter IP Source Mask address :
IP Source Mask address is not changed.
Enter IP Destination address :
IP Destination address is not changed.
Enter IP Destination Mask address :
IP Destination mask is not changed.
Enter Source Port Start Address :
Source port start address is not changed.
Enter Source Port End address :
Destination port end address is not changed.
Enter Source MAC Address :
Source MAC address is not changed.
Enter Source MAC Address Mask:
Source MAC address Mask is not changed.
Enter Destination MAC Address :
Destination MAC address is not changed.
Enter Destination MAC Mask Address :
Destination MAC address mask is not changed.
Enter Ether Type Number :
Ether Type is not changed.
Enter IEEE 802.1P User Priority Low (0 - 7):
IEEE 802.1P User Priority Low is not changed.
Enter IEEE 802.1P User Priority High (0 - 7):
IEEE 802.1P User Priority High is not changed.
Enter IEEE 802.1Q VLAN ID :
VLAN ID is not changed.
Classifier Successfully Modified.
Select a Classifier action:
>
36 | Command Descriptions
quit, add, delete, modify, list, clear <q|a|d|m|l|c>: q
set eth
Enable or disables the device’s 10/100bT Ethernet interface, enables or disables
autonegotiation, and sets speed and duplexity, all in real time. (By default, the
interface is enabled.)
NOTE
To change the device’s Ethernet interface settings in its flash memory, use
the set prov eth command. The new settings will take effect when
the device is rebooted.
Syntax
set eth
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary command argument
values (pressing ENTER at a value prompt will continue with whatever
the current value is, which is shown within the square brackets):
q
Quits the command.
s
Sets the state of the device’s Ethernet interface. At the
resulting prompt, enter e to enable the interface or d
to disable it.
n
Enables or disables autonegotiation (of speed and
duplexity). At the resulting prompt, enter y to enable
autonegotiation or n to disable it.
m
Modifies the port’s physical settings. At the resulting
speed prompt, enter 10 for 10bT or 100 for 100bT. At
the duplexity prompt, enter f for full duplex or h for
half duplex.
Example
> set eth
Select an Ethernet action: quit, state, negotiation, modify
<q|s|n|m>: m
Select speed [100bT]: 10bT, 100bT <10|100>:
Speed not changed: 100bT.
Select duplexity [f]: full, half <f|h>:
Duplexity not changed: full
Select an Ethernet action: quit, state, negotiation, modify
<q|s|n|m>: s
Select ethernet state [Enabled]: enable, disable <e|d>:
Ethernet state not changed: Enabled
Select an Ethernet action: quit, state, negotiation, modify
<q|s|n|m>: q
>
set eth | 37
set factoryap
Resets DualBand/TriBand access point(s) to their factory default settings. (For
TriBands, both access points are reset.)
NOTE
Changes you make with the set factoryap command take effect
immediately. The access point will be offline for up to 5 minutes while
being reset to its factory default settings.
Syntax
set factoryap
Arguments
None
38 | Command Descriptions
set filter
Sets the device’s packet filtering.
Filters are used to control the transfer of user data packets through a SkyPilot
network. The filtering actions are performed on data packets received over the
SkyPilot device’s 10/100bT Ethernet interface. Unlike access control lists, which
examine data destined for a given SkyPilot node, filters are used to filter all data
passing through a given node. (For more information about filters, refer to
“Filtering” in SkyPilot Network Administration.)
NOTE
To change the device’s filter settings in flash memory, use the
set prov filter command. The new settings will take effect when
the device is rebooted.
Syntax
set filter
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary command argument
values (pressing ENTER at a value prompt will continue with whatever
the current value is, which is shown within the square brackets):
q
Quits the command.
a
Adds a filter. At the resulting prompt, enter the
number corresponding to the filter type you want to
add; then enter the hexadecimal number indicating
the filter type; and finally, enter 1 to set the default
permission to not-allow or 2 to set it to allow.
p
Sets an existing filter’s default permission. At the
resulting prompt, enter the number corresponding to
the type of filter whose permission you want to set;
then enter 1 to set the default permission to not allow
or 2 to set it to allow.
l
Lists the current filter settings.
c
Clears the user-specified filter table.
y
Answers yes to the current command-line question;
typically enables filters during runtime.
n
Answers no to the current command-line question;
typically disables filters during runtime.
set filter | 39
Example
> set filter
Select a Filter action: quit, on, off , add, delete, permissions,
list, clear <q|y|n|a|d|p|l|c>: l
========= The Filter Table is OFF =========
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
EtherType Table Default Permission
IPType Table Default Permission
IPaddrSrc Table Default Permission
IPaddrDst Table Default Permission
UDPSrcPort Table Default Permission
UDPDstPort Table Default Permission
TCPSrcPort Table Default Permission
TCPDstPort Table Default Permission
ARPsrcIPaddr Table Default Permission
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
"ALLOW"
Select a Filter action: quit, on, off , add, delete, permissions,
list, clear <q|y|n|a|d|p|l|c>: p
Enter the Filter Type
1) EtherType
2) IPType
3) IPaddrSrcType
4) IPaddrDstType
5) UDPSrcPortType
6) UDPDstPortType
7) TCPSrcPortType
8) TCPDstPortType
9) ARPsrcIPaddrType
>>> 1
Permission? (1 = not allow, 2 = allow)
>>> 2
Successfully set the default permission.
Select a Filter action: quit, on, off , add, delete, permissions,
list, clear <q|y|n|a|d|p|l|c>: a
Enter the Filter Type
1) EtherType
2) IPType
3) IPaddrSrcType
4) IPaddrDstType
5) UDPSrcPortType
6) UDPDstPortType
7) TCPSrcPortType
8) TCPDstPortType
9) ARPsrcIPaddrType
>>> 1
EtherType (in hex): 10
Permission? (1 = not allow, 2 = allow)
>>> 2
Successfully Added Ether Type Filter.
Select a Filter action: quit, on, off , add, delete, permissions,
list, clear <q|y|n|a|d|p|l|c>: q
>
40 | Command Descriptions
set ip
Sets the device’s IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.
NOTE
To change the device’s settings in flash memory, use the set prov ip
command. The new settings will take effect when the device is rebooted.
Syntax
set ip
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary values (pressing ENTER at a
value prompt will continue with whatever the current value is, which is
shown within the square brackets):
address
Device’s IP address
subnet mask
Device’s subnet mask
gateway
IP address of the device’s default SkyGateway
Example
> set
Enter
Enter
Enter
>
ip
IP address [0.0.0.0]: 192.168.1.100
subnet mask [0.0.0.0]: 255.255.255.0
default gateway [0.0.0.0]: 192.168.1.1
set ip | 41
set log
Sets the verbosity of system log messages that are displayed to all Telnet or serial
login sessions. System log messages are maintained independently for a variety of
facilities (processes), and you can independently set each facility’s log level.
Syntax
set log <facility | all> <level>
Arguments
facility
all
Specifies the facility to which this command applies:
acl
ACL activity messages
apwatchdog
Status of communication between a SkyExtender
DualBand and its access point (DualBand only)
auth
Real-time device status as it proceeds through
authentication
dynmod
Real-time dynamic modulation information messages
as a link changes from one modulation rate to another
filter
Status messages concerning the different filter types:
IP Address, IP Protocol, EtherType, Port
ftp
Outpost message associated with FTP
gps
Outpost message associated with GPS
hello
Hello (device discovery) messages between SkyPilot
network nodes
KABeacon
Outpost message associated with KABeacon
link
Real-time status messages as links are formed and
optimized
prov
Real-time device status as it proceeds through
provisioning
radar
Outpost message associated with radar
range
Outpost message associated with range
shaper
Quality of Service (QoS) traffic shaper status messages
snmp
Messages concerning the SNMP agent activity
spectrum
Outpost message associated with spectrum
system
General messages about the overall status of your
SkyPilot network
Specifies that this command applies to all facilities.
42 | Command Descriptions
level
None
Specifies the verbosity (how much information is generated) to assign to
the facility or facilities specified by this command.
0
No logging
1
Display major errors only
2
Display brief event information
3
Display detailed event information
Displays the command’s syntax
Example
To see the output of the hello process, you would change the log level of that
process from 1 (its default) to 2, with the following command:
set log hello 2
With this log level set, a message similar to the following will be displayed every
time a hello message exchange takes place:
> set log hello 2
> 0x80c760 (spLinkMgr): TS: 12660:10:01:48 0x80c760 (spLinkMgr):
spSystem.c:2200 (SP_HELLO_COMPONENT_ID) me <--- HELLO REQ v0
(...00:00:46, tx'd on ant 5)
set log | 43
set logevents pagesize
Sets the log events page size—the number of lines to display (before pausing) in
response to the show logevents command.
Syntax
set logevents pagesize <value>
Arguments
value
A number from 10 to 10000, specifying the page size for log events
messages.
44 | Command Descriptions
set netkey
Sets (in real time) the netkey used to authenticate a node on a network. All nodes
that belong to a given network must have the same netkey.
For security reasons, the netkey itself is not accessible from the command line; you
must use a passphrase to manipulate it. The passphrase functions as a password
and should similarly be kept secret. The passphrase can be from 6 to 64 printable
characters and is case sensitive. The default passphrase is
SkyPilot Network, Inc.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set netkey command take effect
immediately and are also stored in flash memory.
Syntax
set netkey
Arguments
None
Prompts twice for the new netkey passphrase (a string from 6 to 64
letters, numbers, and symbols).
Example
> set netkey
Enter network key: ******
Re-enter network key: ******
Successfully set network key.
>
set netkey | 45
set password
Sets the password (in real time) used to log in to the device’s command-line
interface.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set password command take effect
immediately and are also stored in flash memory.
Syntax
set password
Arguments
None
Prompts twice for the new password (a string of alphanumeric
characters from 6 to 64 characters long)
Example
> set password
Enter new password: ********
Re-enter password: ********
Password changed.
>
46 | Command Descriptions
set power
(Manually provisioned devices only) Sets (in real time) the SkyGateway’s transmit
power.
NOTE
To change the SkyGateway’s power setting in its flash memory, use the
set prov power command. The new setting will take effect when the
SkyGateway is rebooted.
Syntax
set power <max | 4a | 2a | 1a | 4p>
Arguments
max
Sets the transmit power to the maximum.
4a
Sets the transmit power to 4 watts average.
2a
Sets the transmit power to 2 watts average.
1a
Sets the transmit power to 1 watt average.
4p
Sets the transmit power to 4 watts peak.
Example
> set power 2a
Power mode set to 2 Watt average
>
set power | 47
set prov
Sets the device’s provisioning mode to manual or automatic (the default), and, for
manually provisioned devices, sets any or all of the device’s provisioning
parameters in flash memory.
NOTE
Any changes you make with this command are stored in flash memory,
and do not take effect until the device is rebooted.
Invoking the set prov Command
Syntax
set prov [all | auto | manual | parameter]
Arguments
all
For a manually provisioned device, prompts you to set all the basic
provisioning parameters for the device; see “Batch Provisioning” on
page 49.
auto
Sets the device’s provisioning mode to automatic. For more information
about automatic provisioning, refer to “Automatically Provisioning a
Network” in SkyPilot Network Administration.
manual
Sets the device’s provisioning mode to manual. For more information
about manual provisioning, refer to “Manually Provisioning a Device” in
SkyPilot Network Administration.
parameter
For a manually provisioned device, sets the specified single provisioning
parameter for the device. For more information, see “Provisioning a
Single Parameter” on page 50.
None
Same as all.
48 | Command Descriptions
Batch Provisioning
Specifying the all option (or no option) in the set prov command enables you
to do batch provisioning—setting all the basic provisioning parameters for a
device. The changes are stored in flash memory, and take effect after the device is
rebooted.
Example
At every value prompt in this example, ENTER has been pressed, thereby retaining
the device’s current setting.
> set prov all
Use DHCP to obtain IP [Yes] <y|n>:
DHCP State not changed.
Enter FTP Server Address [0.0.0.0]:
FTP Server address not changed: 0.0.0.0
Enter Provisioning Server Address [0.0.0.0]:
Provisioning Server address not changed: 0.0.0.0
Enter IP address [192.168.8.101]:
IP address not changed: 192.168.8.101
Enter subnet mask [255.255.255.0]:
Subnet mask not changed: 255.255.255.0
Enter default gateway [192.168.8.1]:
Default gateway not changed: 192.168.8.1
Select a Timezone action: quit, enable, disable, modify <q|e|d|m>:
Select an Ethernet action: quit, state, negotiation, modify
<q|s|n|m>:
Enter domain ID (1-4096 or all) [222]:
Domain ID not changed: 222
19 available frequencies are the following:
5745 5750 5755 5760 5765 5770 5775 5780 5785 5790
5795 5800 5805 5810 5815 5820 5825 5830 5835
Select a Frequency action: quit, primary, allow, deny, list,
reqion, dwell time <q|p|a|d|l|r|t>:
Select a Traffic Rate Control Settings action: quit, enable,
disable, modify, clear <q|e|d|m|c>:
Select a Classifier action:
<q|a|d|m|l|c>:
Select a VLAN action:
quit, add, delete, modify, list, clear
quit, enable, disable, modify <q|e|d|m>:
Enter new password:
Enter network key:
Netkey not changed.
set prov | 49
Select a Snmp action: quit, read-write enable, read-only enable,
disable, modify <q|w|r|d|m>:
Select a Timezone action: quit, enable, disable, modify <q|e|d|m>:
>
Provisioning a Single Parameter
There are many provisioning parameters beyond those you can set with batch
provisioning. To set these additional parameters (for example, to configure SNMP
and VLANs), you use the individual provisioning commands, which are of the form
set prov parameter. For details about each command, including its
arguments, see its reference page in this document.
Example
> help set prov
?
- Display list set prov options.
Synopsis: set prov ?
- Set provisioning paramters.
Synopsis: set prov
all
- Set provisioning paramters.
Synopsis: set prov all
auto
- Set the provisioning mode to auto.
Synopsis: set prov auto
buzzer
- Set buzzer provisioning setting.
Synopsis: set prov buzzer
classifier
- Set packet classifiers.
Synopsis: set prov classifier
domain
- Set flash domain ID.
Synopsis: set prov domain
eth
- Set flash Ethernet settings.
Synopsis: set prov eth
filter
- Set flash filter settings.
Synopsis: set prov filter
freq
- Set flash frequency settings.
Synopsis: set prov freq
ip
- Set flash IP settings.
Synopsis: set prov ip
50 | Command Descriptions
manual
- Set the provisioning mode to manual.
Synopsis: set prov manual
parent
- Set flash preferred parent node.
Synopsis: set prov parent <MAC>
snmp
- Set flash SNMP settings.
Synopsis: set prov snmp
timezone
- Set flash timezone settings.
Synopsis: set prov timezone
trafficrate - Set flash trafficrate settings.
Synopsis: set prov trafficrate
vlan
- Set flash VLAN settings.
Synopsis: set prov vlan
web
- Set web server parameters
Synopsis: set prov web
>
set prov | 51
set prov domain
Assigns the device to a specified domain or to all domains. SkyPilot devices
connect only to devices within the same domain as their domain. For more
information about domains, refer to “Domains” in SkyPilot Network Administration.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set prov domain command are made to
the settings stored in flash memory, and do not take effect until the
device is rebooted. You cannot change a device’s domain setting in real
time.
Syntax
set prov domain
Arguments
None
Prompts for the necessary value (pressing ENTER will continue with
whatever the current value is, which is shown within square brackets):
1-10000
Assigns the device to the domain having the specified
domain ID, as a number from 1 to 10000
all
Assigns the device to all domains (not applicable to
SkyGateways)
None
Retains the current value (which is shown within the
square brackets)
Examples
> set prov domain
Enter domain ID (1-10000 or all) [ 10]: 1234
Domain ID changed: 1234
>
> set prov domain
Enter domain ID (1-10000 or all) [222]: all
Domain ID changed: 'all'
>
52 | Command Descriptions
set prov freq
Sets the device’s primary frequency for communication on the network, as well as
the range of frequencies allowed during frequency hunting. When used on
SkyGateways, this command configures the transmission frequency.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set prov freq command are made to the
settings stored in flash memory, and do not take effect until the device is
rebooted. You cannot change a device’s frequency settings in real time.
Syntax
set prov freq
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary command argument
values (pressing ENTER at a value prompt will continue with whatever
the current value is, which is shown within the square brackets):
q
Quits the command without applying any settings.
p
Sets the primary frequency. At the resulting prompt,
enter a number from 5745 to 5835 that’s divisible by 5.
a
Sets an allowed frequency. At the resulting prompt,
enter a number from 5745 to 5835 that’s divisible by 5,
or all. To specify multiple allowed frequencies but
not all, enter this command multiple times.
d
Denies (disallows) a frequency from inclusion during
frequency hunting. At the resulting prompt, enter a
number from 5745 to 5835 that’s divisible by 5, or
all. To specify multiple denied frequencies but not
all, enter this command multiple times.
l
Lists the primary and allowed frequencies.
r
Sets the frequency region so as to limit the available
frequencies to just those appropriate for your
geographic region. Available frequency regions are
limited based on the device type.
t
Sets the dwell time—the time the device tries to
communicate on any given frequency before
alternately trying the next frequency in the allow list
and retrying the primary frequency.
set prov freq | 53
Example
> set prov freq
19 available frequencies are the following:
5745 5750 5755 5760 5765 5770 5775 5780 5785 5790
5795 5800 5805 5810 5815 5820 5825 5830 5835
Select a Frequency action: quit, primary, allow, deny, list,
reqion, dwell time <q|p|a|d|l|r|t>: a
Allow frequency <(from above the list)|'all'>: 5795
Select a Frequency action: quit, primary, allow, deny, list,
reqion, dwell time <q|p|a|d|l|r|t>: r
Enter frequency reqion: ALL-HI, US-HI, UK-HI, US-MID, EU-MID <allhi
| ushi | ukhi | usmid | eumid>:
Select a Frequency action: quit, primary, allow, deny, list,
reqion, dwell time <q|p|a|d|l|r|t>: t
Enter frequency dwell time (1-30 minutes) [1]: 2
Select a Frequency action: quit, primary, allow, deny, list,
reqion, dwell time <q|p|a|d|l|r|t>: q
>
54 | Command Descriptions
set prov parent
Sets the preferred parent for non-SkyGateway devices. The parent can be a
SkyGateway, SkyExtender, or SkyExtender DualBand (but not a SkyConnector). If
you set a preferred parent, it will always be used even if it isn’t the best path.
NOTE
Changes you make with the set prov parent command are made to
the settings stored in flash memory, and do not take effect until the
device is rebooted. You cannot change a device’s parent setting in real
time.
Syntax
set prov parent <MAC>
Arguments
MAC
MAC address of parent device
set prov parent | 55
set prov vlan
For SkyGateways, enables, disables, or configures the network’s management
VLAN. For SkyExtenders and SkyConnectors, the device’s data VLAN. (For more
information about VLANs, refer to “Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs)” in SkyPilot
Network Administration.)
NOTE
Changes you make with the set prov vlan command are made to the
settings stored in flash memory, and do not take effect until the device is
rebooted. You cannot change a device’s VLAN settings in real time.
Syntax
set prov vlan <q|e|d|m>
Arguments
q
Quits the command without applying any settings
e
Enables any VLANs previously configured by the m option
d
Disables any VLANs previously configured by the m option
m
Modifies the device’s VLAN assignments (for which you are prompted)
Example
> set prov vlan
Select a Vlan action: quit, enable, disable,
Select a Vlan action: quit, enable, disable,
Enter data Vlan (1-4096) [10]: 1234
Select a Vlan action: quit, enable, disable,
Enter management Vlan (1-4096) [1234]:
Select a Vlan action: quit, enable, disable,
>
56 | Command Descriptions
modify
modify
<q|e|d|m>: e
<q|e|d|m>: m
modify
<q|e|d|m>: m
modify
<q|e|d|m>: q
set prov web
Configures the device’s Web interface server settings. (For more information
about the Web interface, refer to the SkyPilot Web Interface Reference.)
NOTE
Changes you make with the set prov web command are made to the
settings stored in flash memory, and do not take effect until the device is
rebooted. You cannot change a device’s Web interface server settings in
real time.
Syntax
set prov web
Arguments
None
Prompts you to enter a number corresponding to your desired action,
and then prompts for any additional required values.
Example
> set prov web
The WebServer is enabled
The End-User Page is enabled
Select an action
1) Toggle WebServer Status
2) Toggle End-User Page Status
3) Enter New Web Login Password
4) Enter New End User Web Login Password
5) Quit
Choose... <1|2|3|4|5>: 1
The WebServer is disabled.
> set prov web
The WebServer is Disabled
The End-User Page is enabled
Select an action
1) Toggle WebServer Status
2) Toggle End-User Page Status
3) Enter New Web Login Password
4) Enter New End User Web Login Password
5) Quit
Choose... <1|2|3|4|5>: 1
The WebServer is enabled.
>
set prov web | 57
set radar
Sets (in real time) the SkyGateway’s radar detection state.
NOTE
To change the SkyGateway’s radar setting in its flash memory, use the
set prov radar command. The new setting will take effect when the
SkyGateway is rebooted.
Syntax
set radar <on | off>
Arguments
on
Turns on radar detection.
off
Turns off radar detection.
Example
> set radar on
-> Enable traffic shutdown? <yes, no <y|n>: n
Radar detection enabled with no traffic shutdown
>
58 | Command Descriptions
set snmp
Sets (in real time) SNMP community strings and trap receivers. By default, no
community strings or trap receivers are configured on a SkyPilot network. For
information about SNMP, refer to “SNMP” in SkyPilot Network Administration.
To use the set snmp command, you select a modification target (for example, r
for a read-only community string), then set a modification action (such as a for
add), and finally enter the configuration setting (such as text for a community
string identifier).
NOTE
To change the device’s SNMP settings in its flash memory, use the
set prov snmp command. The new settings will take effect when the
device is rebooted.
Syntax
set snmp <q|w|r|d|m>
Arguments
q
Quits the command or subcommand (available at all command and
subcommand levels)
b
Goes back a prompt level (available at all command levels except the top
level)
m
Enables selection of a modification target and action. You’re first
prompted to select the target:
w
Specifies that the modification target is a read-write
community string.
r
Specifies that the modification target is a read-only
community string.
t
Specifies that the modification target is a trap receiver.
You’re then prompted to select one of the following actions to be
performed on that target:
a
Specifies adding a community string (6 to 64
alphanumeric characters) or trap receiver (a trap port
number from 1 to 65535).
d
Specifies disabling the community string or trap
receiver.
l
Specifies listing the community strings or trap
receivers.
set snmp | 59
Example
> set snmp
Select a Snmp action: quit, read-write enable, read-only enable,
disable, modify <q|w|r|d|m>: w
Snmp setting changed: read-write
Select a Snmp action: quit, read-write enable, read-only enable,
disable, modify <q|w|r|d|m>: r
Snmp setting changed: read-only
Select a Snmp action: quit, read-write enable, read-only enable,
disable, modify <q|w|r|d|m>: m
Select modification: back, read-write, read-only, trap receivers,
quit <b|w|r|t|q>: t
Select a trap action: back, add, delete, list, quit <b|a|d|l|q>: l
Row
IP Address
Port
--------------------Select a trap action: back, add, delete, list, quit <b|a|d|l|q>: a
Enter trap destination IP address:
Select a trap action: back, add, delete, list, quit <b|a|d|l|q>: b
Select modification: back, read-write, read-only, trap receivers,
quit <b|w|r|t|q>:
Select a Snmp action: quit, read-write enable, read-only enable,
disable, modify <q|w|r|d|m>:
>
60 | Command Descriptions
set spectrum
Sets the spectrum analyzer configuration. (For detailed information about the
spectrum analyzer, see the “spectrum” command, described on page 126.)
Syntax
set spectrum <on | off | single | multi>
Arguments
on
Turns on the spectrum analyzer
off
Turns off the spectrum analyzer
single
Sets up an analysis for a single channel
multi
Sets up an analysis for multiple channels
Example
> set spectrum single
Single channel spectrum settings
--------------------------------Set single channel mode <on | off> [off]: on
Mode changed: Single Channel Mode On
Set max visible rssi: dynamic adjust, rssi value <d | 1-100> [d]: d
Max visible rssi changed: dynamic adjust
Set graph height, number of lines <1-50> [16]:
Graph height not changed.
Set spectrum sleep timer: disable auto off, number of minute <d |
1-60> [5]:
Sleep timer not changed.
Set sampling time in second <1-60> [10]:
Sampling time not changed.
Set self activity filter: disable, enable <d | e> [e]:
Self activity filter setting has not changed.
>
set spectrum | 61
set telnet
Specifies how many minutes a Telnet session to the device is allowed to remain
inactive before being terminated.
Syntax
set telnet
Arguments
None
Prompts for the necessary value (pressing ENTER will continue with
whatever the current value is, which is shown within square brackets):
timeout
Specifies the number of minutes as any positive
number
0
Specifies that the session never times out
None
Retains the current value (which is shown within the
square brackets)
Example
> set telnet
Enter Telnet inactivity timeout or 0 to disable the timeout [30
minute(s)]: 35
This change applies to all active and future Telnet sessions: 35
minute(s)
>
62 | Command Descriptions
set timezone
Specifies an NTP (Network Time Protocol) server IP address and sets the time zone
offset for accurate time. An NTP server can be used by the SkyPilot network to
provide a synchronized time on all SkyPilot nodes. When a SkyPilot node starts up,
it has an initial default date and time of January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT. Using an
NTP server, the node adjusts its time to be synchronized with the NTP server,
which typically is set to UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) or GMT.
For more information about the NTP server, refer to “Time Zones” in SkyPilot
Network Administration.
NOTE
To change the device’s time zone settings in its flash memory, use the
set prov timezone command. The new settings will take effect when
the device is rebooted.
Syntax
set timezone <q|e|d|m>
Arguments
q
Quits the command without applying any settings
e
Enables any time zone settings previously configured by the m option
d
Disables any time zone settings previously configured by the m option
m
Modifies the NTP server IP address and time zone settings (for which
you’re prompted)
Example
> set timezone
Select a Timezone action: quit, enable, disable,
Select a Timezone action: quit, enable, disable,
Enter timezone NTP server [0.0.0.0]: 1.2.3.4
Enter timezone offset [0.00]: 10
Select a Timezone action: quit, enable, disable,
Enter timezone NTP server [1.2.3.4]:
Enter timezone offset [+10.00]:
Select a Timezone action: quit, enable, disable,
modify <q|e|d|m>: e
modify <q|e|d|m>: m
modify <q|e|d|m>: m
modify <q|e|d|m>: q
>
set timezone | 63
set trafficrate
Sets (in real time) the device’s traffic rate controls. For more information about
traffic rates, refer to “Quality of Service (QoS)” in SkyPilot Network Administration.
NOTE
To change the device’s traffic rate settings in its flash memory, use the
set prov trafficrate command. The new settings will take effect
when the device is rebooted.
Syntax
set trafficrate
Arguments
None
Displays a series of prompts for the necessary command argument
values (pressing ENTER at a value prompt will continue with whatever
the current value is, which is shown within the square brackets). For
information about traffic rate values, refer to “Traffic Rate Controls” in
SkyPilot Network Administration.
Example
> set trafficrate
Select a Traffic Rate Control Settings action: quit, enable,
disable, modify, clear <q|e|d|m|c>: m
Enter maximum upstream rate (Kbps) 64-10000 [10000]:
Enter maximum downstream rate (Kbps) 64-10000 [10000]:
Enter maximum broadcast rate (Kbps) 64-10000 [10000]:
Select a Traffic Rate Control Settings action: quit, enable,
disable, modify, clear <q|e|d|m|c>: q
>
64 | Command Descriptions
show acl
Displays the device’s current access control list (ACL).
Syntax
show acl
Arguments
None
Example
> show acl
show acl
Index IP Address
Subnet Mask
Port Protocol
----- --------------- --------------- ----- -------1
192.168.4.0
255.255.255.0
161
UDP
>
show acl | 65
show ap
Displays the access point’s settings or clients.
NOTE
There is no corresponding set ap command; to configure an access
point, use the access point’s Web interface.
Syntax
show ap <client | info | power | radius | security | wlan |
security | syslog | radius> [24 | 49]
Arguments
client
Lists the access point’s clients, displaying each client’s MAC address,
SSID, VLAN ID, type, authorization, and status
info
Displays the access point’s radio settings: the policy (type of clients
permitted), country ID, communication channel, and diversity setting
power
Displays the access point’s transmit signal power level
wlan
Displays the access point’s network settings, including its SSID, E/B
(Enabled and Broadcasting settings, shown as “Y” or “N”), BSSID
(broadcast SSID value), VLAN ID, QoS (802.1P QoS level), DHCP
(enabled/disabled status), and security (type of security policy selected)
security
Displays the access point’s security settings, including the protocol
version in effect and whether Peer-to-Peer and wireless management
are enabled or disabled
syslog
Displays the access point’s syslog server settings, including whether it’s
enabled or disabled and the server and port numbers
radius
Displays the access point’s Radius server settings, including server name,
host name, secret key, and authorization and accounting port numbers
Examples
> show ap info
2.4GHz Radio
-----------Radio policy
Country
Channel
Antenna Diversity
:
:
:
:
802.11b/g
0
1
ON
> show ap power
400 milli-Watts
> show ap wlan
2.4GHz WLAN SSID
E/B BSSID
VLAN QOS DHCP
Security
---------------------- --- ------------- ---- --- ------ -------SkyPilot
Y/Y
0
2
66 | Command Descriptions
show bridge
Displays the device’s current bridge station cache and port information. Each
SkyPilot node functions as a bridge device, bridging the Ethernet interface with
the RF interface. Traffic originating from the Ethernet interface traverses the bridge
and is then sent out the RF interface. Conversely, traffic originating from the RF
interface traverses the bridge and is then sent out the Ethernet interface.
Syntax
show bridge [cache | port]
Arguments
cache
Lists the device’s bridge station cache entries, which contain MAC
addresses and the associated bridge port from which the MAC address
originates (see Table 4)
port
Lists the device’s bridge port entries (see Table 5)
None
Lists both the device’s bridge station cache entries and its bridge port
entries
Table 4. Fields Displayed by show bridge cache Command
Field
Description
MAC Address
MAC addresses of all devices known by the bridge; includes
SkyPilot nodes and connected (user) PCs
Tick
Time tick when the bridge last saw an Ethernet frame from
the MAC address
pPortInfo
Bridge port that saw the Ethernet frame
show bridge | 67
Table 5. Fields Displayed by show bridge port Command
Field
Description
DevName
Device (interface) name:
emac = Ethernet
ar = Atheros
mirror = mirror
Num
(Developer use only) Interface instance
MuxCookie
(Developer use only) Device identifier
Type
(Developer use only) Device type: END (Enhanced Network
Device)
inPkts
Number of packets received by the bridge port
outPkts
Number of packets sent out the bridge port
Example
> show bridge
Bridge Station Cache Contents:
MAC Address
Tick
pPortInfo
----------------------------------------------00:0A:DB:01:30:FE 0x01E9B71E DYNAMIC ar0
00:0A:DB:01:05:67 0x01E9E0B3 DYNAMIC mirror1
00:13:20:02:49:69 0x01E9E0B3 DYNAMIC ar0
00:12:0E:0D:37:BF 0x01E9DBFF DYNAMIC ar0
00:11:A3:01:B7:DB 0x01E9D28D DYNAMIC ar0
00:E0:7D:CA:E7:EC 0x01E9E061 DYNAMIC emac0
Bridge Port Info List:
EntryAddr
DevName
Num MuxCookie
Type
inPkts
outPkts
---------------------------------------------------------------0x00A26520 emac
0
0x00A264B8 END
1380184 1247503
0x00A26488 ar
0
0x00A1F9D0 END
1291385 830020
0x00A181B0 mirror
1
0x00A18148 END
36957
503910
>
68 | Command Descriptions
show buzzer
(Recent outdoor SkyConnectors only) Displays the current buzzer setting.
Syntax
show buzzer
Arguments
None
Example
> show buzzer
Buzzer state: Off
>
show buzzer | 69
show classifier
Displays the device’s QoS (packet) classifiers.
Syntax
show classifier
Arguments
None
Example
> show classifier
Rule TOS Low
TOS High TOS Mask IP Protocol IP Src Addr IP
IP Src Mask
---- -------- -------- -------- ----------- --------------- --------------1
1.1.1.1
Rule IP Dest Addr
IP Dest Mask
255.255.255.0
Port Src1 Port Src2 Port Dest1 Port Dest2
---- --------------- --------------- --------- --------- ---------- ---------1
2.2.2.2
Rule MAC Src
255.255.255.0
100
MAC Src Mask
111
200
MAC Dest
211
MAC Dest Mask
---- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------1
00:0A:DB:45:45:45 FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
Rule EtherType 802.1P Low 802.1P High 802.1Q Vlan Direction
---- --------- ---------- ----------- ----------- ---------1
>
70 | Command Descriptions
upstream
show config
(Automatically provisioned devices only) Displays the device’s configuration
settings received from the provisioning server.
NOTE
The resulting display does not show any configuration updates made by
using the set prov parameter command, regardless of whether
those changes have taken effect or are stored in flash memory. To view
the current operating parameters, use the “show status” command,
described on page 117.
Syntax
show config parameter
Arguments
parameter
Displays the current configuration setting of the specified single
provisioning parameter for the device. For a complete list of the
individual show config commands, see the show entries in Table 1
on page 6 and Table 2 on page 8. For details about each command,
including its arguments, see the corresponding reference page in this
document.
None
Displays the device’s complete set of configuration settings.
Example
> show config
================================================================================
Node Parameters
--------------Domain
: 888
Power mode
: default
Radar detection
: default
Preferred parent
: 00:0a:db:01:07:94
Telnet timeout (minutes)
: 33
Buzzer time (seconds)
: 33
Lease time (minutes)
: 30
Web server
: enable
================================================================================
Ethernet
-------State
: Enabled
Negotiation
: Auto
================================================================================
Frequency
--------Region
: FCC-HI
Primary
: 5805
Allowed
:
Dwell time (minutes)
: 30
================================================================================
VLAN
----
show config | 71
================================================================================
SNMP
---Mode
: read-write
Trap receiver
: 10.12.14.1:162
Trap disable
: spTrapReboot spTrapModulationChangeDown
spTrapModulationChangeUp spTrapLinkDown
spTrapLinkUp spTrapColdStart
spTrapWarmStart
Read-only community
:
Read-write community
:
================================================================================
Timezone
-------Timezone offset
: -8.00
================================================================================
Software Versions
----------------Primary
: SkyConn.1.3.bin
Backup
: SkyConn.1.3.bin
Software schedule
: SUN JAN 00 00:00:00 1900
Software schedule valid
: false
================================================================================
Traffic Rate Control
-------------------Max rate down (Kbps)
: 8000
Max rate up (Kbps)
: 8000
================================================================================
Classifier
---------Rule TOS Low TOS High TOS Mask IP Protocol IP Src Addr IP IP Src Mask
---- -------- -------- -------- ----------- --------------- --------------1
2
10.12.14.2
255.255.255.255
3
4
10.12.14.2
255.255.255.255
Rule
---1
2
3
4
IP Dest Addr
IP Dest Mask
Port Src1 Port Src2 Port Dest1 Port Dest2
--------------- --------------- --------- --------- ---------- ---------10.12.14.2
255.255.255.255
10.12.14.2
255.255.255.255
Rule MAC Src
MAC Src Mask
MAC Dest
MAC Dest Mask
---- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------1
2
3
4
Rule EtherType 802.1P Low 802.1P High 802.1Q Vlan
---- --------- ---------- ----------- ----------1
2
3
4
Direction
---------upstream
downstream
downstream
upstream
================================================================================
Access Control List
------------------================================================================================
Filters
------Enable
: yes
72 | Command Descriptions
EtherType dflt permission
: allow
IP Protocol dflt permission
: allow
IP Address dst dflt permission : allow
IP Address src dflt permission : allow
ARP src dflt permission
: allow
Port dst dflt permission
: allow
Port src default permission
Row Port Protocol Permission
--- ----- -------- ---------1
67
UDP
deny
: allow
================================================================================
Syslog Server
------------>
show config | 73
show date
Displays the current system date and time.
Syntax
show date
Arguments
None
Example
> show date
FRI AUG 27 02:04:53 2004
74 | Command Descriptions
show debug
Displays the device’s current debug status (identical to the debug status
command).
Syntax
show debug
Arguments
None
Example
> show debug
Debug logging enabled.
>
show debug | 75
show dhcp
Displays the DHCP OFFER options (in the fields described in Table 6). If the
command output doesn’t display the lease duration, lease rebinding, and lease
renewal values, the node hasn’t obtained a DHCP lease.
Syntax
show dhcp
Arguments
None
Table 6. Fields Displayed by show dhcp Command (Page 1 of 2)
Field
Description
IP address
Layer 3 IP address
Subnet mask
Network mask
Broadcast
address
IP address used as the packet source for packets broadcast
from this node
Default
gateway
IP address of the default SkyGateway that routes packets to
their proper destination
Lease
duration
Duration (in seconds) of the DHCP lease
Lease
rebinding
Remaining time (in seconds) until the lease expires
Lease
renewal
Remaining time (in seconds) until lease renewal
DHCP server
IP address of the DHCP server that provided the DHCP
options
FTP server
IP address of the FTP server from which software images are
retrieved
76 | Command Descriptions
Table 6. Fields Displayed by show dhcp Command (Page 2 of 2)
Field
Description
HTTP server
IP address of the server from which this device retrieves its
configuration file
NTP server
IP address of the NTP server used to synchronize to Universal
Coordinated Time (UTC)
Hostname
Name assigned to the node by the DHCP server (each
SkyPilot device can have a unique hostname)
Example
> show dhcp
IP address
Subnet mask
Broadcast address
Default gateway
Lease duration
Lease rebinding
Lease renewal
DHCP server
FTP server
HTTP server
NTP server
Hostname
>
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
192.168.4.189
255.255.255.0
192.168.4.255
192.168.4.1
172800
150913
86113
192.168.4.100
192.168.4.100
192.168.4.103
172.16.1.20
marvin_mgw
show dhcp | 77
show domain
Displays the device’s domain information: the domain ID if the device belongs to a
single domain or ALL if the device belongs to all domains.
Syntax
show domain
Arguments
None
Example
> show domain
Current Domain
>
78 | Command Descriptions
:222
show eth
Displays the device’s Ethernet interface state (enabled or disabled), as well as
physical settings such as speed and duplexity.
Syntax
show eth
Arguments
None
Example
> show eth
Link
: Up
Duplex
: Auto-Full
Speed
: Auto-100BASE-T
Rx
Rx
Rx
Tx
Tx
Tx
Errors
Bytes received
bytes/sec
Errors
Bytes transmitted
bytes/sec
=
=
=
=
=
=
00000000
09454882
00000846
00000000
05853959
00000846
>
show eth | 79
show filter
Displays either all filter tables in the system or a single specified filter table. In
addition, the current filtering status is shown.
Syntax
show filter [filter-num]
Arguments
filter-num
Displays the specified filter table. This argument is a sequential number
that is incremented whenever a new filter is added.
None
Displays all the filters in the system.
Example
> show filter
========= The Filter Table is ON =========
1) EtherType Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
2) IPType Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
3) IPaddrSrc Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
4) IPaddrDst Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
5) UDPSrcPort Table Default Permission
Index
Port
Permission
--------- -------- -------------001
0067
NOT ALLOW
= "ALLOW"
6) UDPDstPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
7) TCPSrcPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
8) TCPDstPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
9) ARPsrcIPaddr Table Default Permission = "ALLOW"
>
>
80 | Command Descriptions
show flash
Displays the device’s flash memory status.
Syntax
show flash
Arguments
None
Example
> show flash
NAND flash has 0 bad blocks. 100% of replacement block available.
>
show flash | 81
show freq
Displays the device’s primary frequency, as well as its allowed range of
frequencies.
Syntax
show freq
Arguments
None
Example
> show freq
Frequency range setting stored in flash is: US high band
Current frequency range setting is: US high band
Current frequency is: 5825
Current valid frequencies are:
5745 5750 5755 5760 5765 5770 5775 5780 5785
5795 5800 5805 5810 5815 5820 5825 5830 5835
Dwell time (minutes): 1
>
82 | Command Descriptions
5790
show gps
Displays the device’s GPS information (non-SkyConnectors only).
Syntax
show gps <position | signal>
Arguments
position
Displays the device’s current position
signal
Displays GPS satellite information and signal strength
Example
> show gps position
GPS Position
-----------Latitude : 37.382145 degrees
Longitude : -121.959763 degrees
Altitude : 1.118043 meters
Satellite Signal Strength
------------------------Number of satellites: 8
Satellite Number | Signal Strength
23
|
4.60
1
|
12.00
22
|
3.80
19
|
2.80
25
|
10.20
20
|
9.00
11
|
3.80
14
|
4.40
Average Signal Strength: 6.32
>
show gps | 83
show int
Displays information about the device’s Ethernet interface (including statistics)
and RF interface (SPID, IP address, and netmask).
Syntax
show int [eth | rf]
Arguments
eth
Displays information about the Ethernet interface (see Table 7)
rf
Displays information about the RF interface (see Table 8)
None
Displays information about the Ethernet and RF interfaces
Table 7. Fields Displayed about Ethernet Interface (Page 1 of 2)
Field
Description
Internet
Address
IP address
Broadcast
Address
Broadcast address
Netmask and
Submask
Netmask and submask in hexadecimal
Ethernet
Address
MAC address of the device’s Ethernet interface
Maximum
Transfer
Unit Size
Maximum number of bytes that can be transferred in a single
unit between this node and any other node
Octets
Received
Number of bytes received by the device since the last reboot
Octets Sent
Number of bytes sent from the device since the last reboot
Packets
Received
Number of packets received on the device since the last
reboot
Packets Sent
Number of packets sent from the device since the last reboot
84 | Command Descriptions
Table 7. Fields Displayed about Ethernet Interface (Page 2 of 2)
Field
Description
Non-unicast
Packets
Received
Number of non-unicast (that is, broadcast) packets received
since the last reboot
Non-unicast
Packets Sent
Number of non-unicast (that is, broadcast) packets sent since
the last reboot
Unicast
Packets
Received
Number of unicast packets received since the last reboot
Unicast
Packets Sent
Number of unicast packets sent since the last reboot
(Some SkyPilot internal-use-only fields omitted)
Netmask
Netmask in dotted notation
Table 8. Fields Displayed about RF Interface (Page 1 of 3)
Field
Description
SPID
SkyPilot ID of the node
Default
Gateway
Default mesh gateway (00:60:b3:09:53:21)
PPS received
Number of pulses per second received
frames
received
Number of frames received
frames sent
Number of frames sent
CRC errors
Number of CRC errors received
decrypt CRC
errors
Number of decryption CRC errors
Michael
errors
Number of Michael errors
show int | 85
Table 8. Fields Displayed about RF Interface (Page 2 of 3)
Field
Description
RX - wrong
antenna
Number of frames received on the wrong antenna
RX - too
small
Number of frames received that were too small
RX - wrong
destination
Number of frames received that were not destined for the
local node
RX - no link
Number of frames received for which there is no known link
to the source
RX – drops
Number of receive frames dropped
RX - mblk
events
Number of times receive frame was dropped due to no free
mblks remaining in the ring buffer
TX – errors
Number of transmit frame errors
TX –
timeouts
Number of transmit timeouts
memory
events
Number of memory allocation failures
descriptor
events
Number of descriptor allocation failures
netJob
events
Number of times the device failed to queue the frame
tau sync
events
Number of times tau count was out of sync
PPS misses
Number of times PPS signal was lost
PPS timeouts
Number of times PPS loss threshold was exceeded
discards
Number of frames discarded due to bad frame, unicast to
another network, or unknown source
86 | Command Descriptions
Table 8. Fields Displayed about RF Interface (Page 3 of 3)
Field
Description
late
responses
Number of time overrun errors in the MAC address
no frame
events
Number of frames scheduled for transmission that could not
be processed by the radio
busy events
Number of times the radio could not transmit or receive due
to a previously scheduled event
Example
> show int
mirror (unit number 0):
Flags: (0x8063) UP BROADCAST MULTICAST ARP RUNNING
Type: ETHERNET_CSMACD
Internet address: 192.168.4.188
Broadcast address: 192.168.4.255
Netmask 0xffffff00 Subnetmask 0xffffff00
Ethernet address is 00:0a:db:09:52:6c
Metric is 0
Maximum Transfer Unit size is 1500
0 octets received
84 octets sent
0 packets received
2 packets sent
0 non-unicast packets received
0 non-unicast packets sent
0 unicast packets received
2 unicast packets sent
0 input discards
0 input unknown protocols
0 input errors
0 output errors
0 collisions; 0 dropped
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
radio:
SPID: 00:60:b3:09:53:21
Default Gateway: 00:60:b3:09:53:21
7085 PPS received
33066 frames received
31636 frames sent
123 CRC errors
0 decrypt CRC errors
0 Michael errors
0 RX - wrong antenna
0 RX - too small
0 RX - wrong destination
0 RX - no link
0 RX – drops
0 RX - mblk events
show int | 87
0 TX – errors
2529 TX – timeouts
0 memory events
0 descriptor events
0 netJob events
1 tau sync events
42 PPS misses
0 PPS timeouts
0 discards
0 late responses
0 no frame events
0 busy events
>
88 | Command Descriptions
show ip
Displays the device’s IP address information.
Syntax
show ip
Arguments
None
Example
> show ip
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
>
: 192.168.8.21
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.8.1
show ip | 89
show ip2mac
(SkyGateway only) Displays the MAC addresses (and optionally their
corresponding IP addresses) of all SkyPilot nodes connected to the SkyGateway.
Syntax
show ip2mac [IP]
Arguments
IP
Displays mapping table of connected MAC addresses and their
corresponding IP addresses
None
Displays mapping table of connected MAC addresses
Example
> show ip2mac
1) 192.168.8.101 -> 00:0a:db:09:52:73
>
90 | Command Descriptions
show link
Displays the link table, link optimization table, mesh link states, or mesh link
statistics. Link states and statistics include items such as frequency, transmit
power, and modulation.
Syntax
show link [all [MAC] | opt | state | stats] [active | fail |
inactive | prov | standby | MAC]
If the second parameter is omitted, the default, active, is implied.
Arguments
all
Displays the link optimization, mesh link states, mesh link statistics, and
link tables for links specified by the second parameter
opt
Displays link optimization table entries for the links specified by the
second parameter (in the fields described in Table 9)
state
Displays link state table entries for the links specified by the second
parameter (in the fields described in Table 10)
stats
Displays link statistics table entries for the links specified by the second
parameter (in the fields described in Table 11)
active
Displays active links entries of the table specified by the first parameter
fail
Displays failed link entries of the table specified by the first parameter
inactive
Displays inactive link entries of the table specified by the first parameter
prov
Displays provisioned link entries of the table specified by the first
parameter
standby
Displays standby link entries of the table specified by the first parameter
MAC
Displays the MAC entry of the table specified by the first parameter
None
Displays the link table
show link | 91
.
Table 9. Fields Displayed for show link opt Command
Field
Description
MAC Address
MAC address of remote node, and its corresponding antenna
data:
Best Local Antenna
Best Remote Antenna
Best Local Modulation
Best Remote Modulation
RSSI table
For each device antenna, the RSSI of packets received
Modulation
table
For each device antenna, the transmit and receive success
rate for a range of rates
Table 10. Fields Displayed for show link state Command (Page 1 of 2)
Field
Description
MAC Address
MAC address of remote node
LType
Link type:
data = Data
ctrl = Control
NType
Node type:
gw = SkyGateway
ext = SkyExtender
ext-d = SkyExtender DualBand
ext-t = SkyExtender TriBand
cpe-i = SkyConnector Indoor
cpe-o = SkyConnector Outdoor
State
Link state (refer to “Monitoring Link States” in SkyPilot Network
Administration)
LAnt
Local antenna
RAnt
Remote antenna
92 | Command Descriptions
Table 10. Fields Displayed for show link state Command (Page 2 of 2)
Field
Description
Mod
Local modulation
Freq
Frequency
TxPower
Local transmit power
RxGain
Local receive gain range (distance in meters)
Range
Distance in meters between the local and remote nodes
Connect Time
Date and time link was first established
Downed Time
Date and time link became inactive
First Opt
Time
Date and time of first link optimization
Num of Opt
Number of link optimization attempts
Table 11. Fields Displayed for show link stats Command (Page 1 of 2)
Element
Description
MAC Address
MAC address of remote node
LType
Link type: data = Data
RSSI
Last RSSI
LTxMod
Local node’s transmit modulation
RTxMod
Remote node’s transmit modulation
TxPow
Transmit power
RxFrames
Number of radio frames received
TxFrames
Number of radio frames transmitted
show link | 93
Table 11. Fields Displayed for show link stats Command (Page 2 of 2)
Element
Description
RxPackets
Number of packets received
TxPackets
Number of packets transmitted
RxBytes
Number of bytes received
TxBytes
Number of bytes transmitted
TxRetries
Number of transmit retries
TxRLimit
Number of times transmit retry limit was reached
RxMalformed
Number of malformed frames received
RxDuplicate
Number of duplicate frames received
RxMissed
Number of receive frames missed
Queue Drops
Number of packets dropped due to queue full
RED Drops
Number of packets dropped due to RED (Random Early
Detection)
TxAborts
Number of transmit frames aborted
TxDataFrames
Number of data frames transmitted
TxAcks
Number of ACKs transmitted
PktTtl
Number of packets queued from both the high priority and
low priority transmit queues
H:Q/Max
Number of packets in the high priority transmit queue
N:Q/Max
Number of packets in the normal priority transmit queue
Counter
Start Time
Data and time when counters were last reset
94 | Command Descriptions
Example
> show link
MAC Address
----------------00:0a:db:00:01:50
00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:00:01:95
00:0a:db:00:02:1d
00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:01:00:75
00:0a:db:01:05:67
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
LType
----data
data
data
data
data
data
data
data
NType
----cpe-o
cpe-i
cpe-o
cpe-o
ext
cpe-o
cpe-o
ext-d
State
--------act mgmt
standby-o
act mgmt
act mgmt
act mgmt
standby-o
act mgmt
standby-o
LRSSI
-----66
63
53
44
64
49
57
70
> show link state
MAC Address
----------------00:0a:db:00:01:50
00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:00:01:95
00:0a:db:00:02:1d
00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:01:00:75
00:0a:db:01:05:67
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
LType
----data
data
data
data
data
data
data
data
NType
----cpe-o
cpe-i
cpe-o
cpe-o
ext
cpe-o
cpe-o
ext-d
State
--------act mgmt
standby-o
act mgmt
act mgmt
act mgmt
standby-o
act mgmt
standby-o
LAnt
---3
7
3
2
7
0
0
0
RRSSI
-----65
0
42
47
76
0
59
77
LTxMod
-----48
36
48
48
36
36
48
54
RTxMod
-----36
54
36
36
54
48
36
54
LAnt
---3
7
3
2
7
0
0
0
RAnt
---0
0
0
0
5
0
0
4
RAnt Mod Freq TxPower RxGain Range
---- --- ---- ------- ------ ---------0
48 5805 45
3
0
0
36 5805 45
3
0
0
48 5805 45
3
0
0
48 5805 45
3
0
5
36 5805 45
3
0
0
36 5805 45
3
0
0
48 5805 45
3
0
4
54 5805 45
3
150
MAC Address
Connect Time
Downed Time
First Opt Time
Num Opt
----------------- -------------------- -------------------- -------------------- -00:0a:db:00:01:50 APR 18 2006 14:07:25 APR 18 2006 14:06:08 APR 18 2006 14:06:09 1
00:0a:db:00:01:7f APR 18 2006 14:06:15 APR 18 2006 14:06:15 APR 18 2006 14:06:41 1
00:0a:db:00:01:95 APR 18 2006 14:10:00 APR 18 2006 14:06:12 APR 18 2006 14:06:13 1
00:0a:db:00:02:1d APR 18 2006 14:10:18 APR 18 2006 14:06:07 APR 18 2006 14:06:07 1
00:0a:db:01:00:48 APR 18 2006 14:08:31 APR 18 2006 14:06:27 APR 18 2006 14:07:17 1
00:0a:db:01:00:75 APR 18 2006 14:06:13 APR 18 2006 14:06:13 APR 18 2006 14:06:13 1
00:0a:db:01:05:67 APR 18 2006 15:52:45 APR 18 2006 15:51:10 APR 18 2006 15:51:18 1
00:0a:db:01:30:ff APR 18 2006 14:07:27 APR 18 2006 14:09:45 APR 18 2006 14:06:09 0
> show link stats
MAC Address
LType RSSI LTxMod RTxMod TxPow RxFrames
TxFrames
RxPackets
TxPackets
----------------- ----- ---- ------ ------ ----- ----------- ----------- ---------- ----------00:0a:db:00:01:50 data 65
48
36
45
12445
17743
3432
3018
00:0a:db:00:01:7f data 63
36
54
45
2339
2631
766
810
00:0a:db:00:01:95 data 54
48
36
45
14596
20228
3764
3130
00:0a:db:00:02:1d data 44
48
36
45
12205
16452
3481
2656
00:0a:db:01:00:48 data 63
36
54
45
64663
66120
14117
10931
00:0a:db:01:00:75 data 49
36
48
45
2422
2543
791
802
00:0a:db:01:05:67 data 58
48
36
45
114329
126351
37445
39135
00:0a:db:01:30:ff data 70
54
54
45
4260
4975
1472
1061
MAC Address
Queue Drops
--------------------------00:0a:db:00:01:50
00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:00:01:95
00:0a:db:00:02:1d
LType RxBytes
TxBytes
RxMalformed RxDuplicate RxMissed
----- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------data
data
data
data
1270453
925085
1541019
1582189
1587504
1264506
1598662
1499961
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
show link | 95
157
37
245
4
0
0
0
0
00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:01:00:75
00:0a:db:01:05:67
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
data
data
data
data
5459301
702091
17056152
1076391
2911240
1244570
30389887
1299822
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
8
4223
57
0
0
0
0
MAC Address
LType RED Drops
TxRetries
TxRLimit
TxAborts
TxDataFrames
TxAcks
----------------- ----- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------00:0a:db:00:01:50 data 0
401
7
0
3006
0
00:0a:db:00:01:7f data 0
8
1
0
808
0
00:0a:db:00:01:95 data 0
143
2
0
3097
0
00:0a:db:00:02:1d data 0
124
0
0
2641
0
00:0a:db:01:00:48 data 0
1313
20
0
10881
0
00:0a:db:01:00:75 data 0
0
0
0
790
0
00:0a:db:01:05:67 data 0
615
37
0
35134
0
00:0a:db:01:30:ff data 0
72
14
0
1043
0
MAC Address
----------------00:0a:db:00:01:50
00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:00:01:95
00:0a:db:00:02:1d
00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:01:00:75
00:0a:db:01:05:67
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
>
96 | Command Descriptions
LType
----data
data
data
data
data
data
data
data
Counter Start Time
-------------------APR 18 2006 14:06:08
APR 18 2006 14:06:15
APR 18 2006 14:06:12
APR 18 2006 14:06:07
APR 18 2006 14:06:27
APR 18 2006 14:06:13
APR 18 2006 14:06:10
APR 18 2006 14:06:08
show log
Displays the device’s current log settings: the facility or facilities currently included
in the log, and their respective log levels.
For information about log facilities and levels, see “set log” on page 42.
Syntax
show log
Arguments
None
Example
> show log
Facility
-------system
prov
auth
hello
link
snmp
shaper
acl
filter
dynmod
spectrum
gps
radar
range
apwatchdog
Level
----: 1
: 2
: 1
: 1
: 2
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 1
>
show log | 97
show logevents
Displays the log event messages or the current page size (the number of lines to
display before pausing).
Syntax
show logevents
Arguments
all
Displays all the log event messages in ascending order (oldest messages
first, followed by newer messages)
less
Displays all the log event messages in descending order
pagesize
Displays the current pagesize (the number of lines to display before
pausing)
98 | Command Descriptions
show mac2ip
(SkyGateway only) Displays the IP addresses (and optionally their corresponding
MAC addresses) of all SkyPilot nodes connected to the SkyGateway.
Syntax
show mac2ip [MAC]
Arguments
MAC
Displays mapping table of connected IP addresses and their
corresponding MAC addresses
None
Displays mapping table of connected IP addresses
Example
> show mac2ip
1) 00:0a:db:09:52:73 -> 192.168.8.101
>
show mac2ip | 99
show mem
(Developer use only) Displays detailed statistics about the available and allocated
memory on the device. Current statistics include the number of bytes, number of
blocks, and average block size for both free and allocated memory, and the
maximum block size for free memory. Cumulative statistics include the number of
bytes, number of blocks, and average block size allocated since the node was last
started.
Syntax
show mem
Arguments
None
Example
> show mem
status
bytes
blocks
avg block max block
------ ---------- --------- ---------- ---------current
free
1650624
60
27510
1474312
alloc
10540064
484
21776
cumulative
alloc
10600448
666
15916
-
100 | Command Descriptions
show mesh
Displays the device’s mesh forwarding table, mesh route cost table, and MAC
learning table.
Syntax
show mesh [fwd | route | mac]
Arguments
fwd
Displays the mesh forwarding table, which tells the node how to forward
packets to a destination node based on the immediate next hop.
route
Displays the mesh route cost table, which lists the possible hops the
node can take to reach the mesh SkyGateway. Each hop has an
associated cost, and the node typically chooses the hop with the lowest
cost.
mac
Displays the MAC learning table, which represents the host machines
(PCs that are connected to the device by an Ethernet cable, and that are
represented as MAC addresses) and their associated CPE (customer
premise equipment).
None
Displays mesh forwarding, mesh route cost, and MAC learning tables.
Example
> show mesh route
> show mesh
Mesh Forwarding Table:
Destination
Next Hop
----------------- ----------------00:0a:db:00:02:1d 00:0a:db:00:02:1d
00:0a:db:01:00:48 00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:00:01:50 00:0a:db:00:01:50
00:0a:db:01:05:67 00:0a:db:01:05:67
00:0a:db:01:00:75 00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:00:01:7f 00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:00:01:95 00:0a:db:00:01:95
00:0a:db:01:30:ff 00:0a:db:01:00:48
Route Type
---------D
D
D
D
L
L
D
L
Mesh Routing Table:
Mesh Gateway
Next Hop
----------------- ----------------00:0a:db:01:07:94 00:0a:db:01:07:94
Cost
-------0
MAC Learning Table:
Host
Node
----------------- ----------------00:0a:db:00:02:1d 00:0a:db:00:02:1d
00:13:20:29:2c:3d 00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:01:00:48 00:0a:db:01:00:48
00:0a:db:00:01:50 00:0a:db:00:01:50
00:0a:db:01:05:67 00:0a:db:01:05:67
show mesh | 101
00:0a:db:01:00:75
00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:00:01:95
00:11:a3:00:48:b2
00:12:0e:0d:37:bf
00:11:a3:01:b7:db
00:e0:7d:ca:e7:ec
00:0a:db:01:30:fe
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
>
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00:0a:db:01:00:75
00:0a:db:00:01:7f
00:0a:db:00:01:95
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00:0a:db:01:30:ff
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
00:0a:db:01:05:67
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
00:0a:db:01:30:ff
show netkey
Displays the hash of the netkey, enabling you to verify that the same netkey is set
on multiple nodes.
Syntax
show netkey
Arguments
None
Example
> show netkey
64:02:d6:45:58:be
>
show netkey | 103
show packet stats
Displays the device’s packet statistics table, which for each link shows the number
of packets dropped and number of packets shaped—intentionally dropped due
to exceeding the rate limit. The first section shows how many packets the radio
successfully transmitted (S) and how many packets were dropped due to nonacknowledgement (D). The second section shows how many packets the radio
allowed (S) and how many packets it dropped (D) due to the shaping.
Syntax
show packet stats
Arguments
None
Example
> show packet stats
SPID
|
Radio
|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff|D
5|
|S
3712209|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:00|D
0|
|S
79990|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:01|D
0|
|S
79983|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:02|D
0|
|S
0|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:03|D
0|
|S
0|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:04|D
0|
|S
0|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:05|D
0|
|S
0|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:06|D
0|
|S
0|
ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:07|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:01:06:b8|D
0|
|S
194166|
00:0a:db:01:0a:60|D
0|
|S
489994|
00:0a:db:00:00:27|D
0|
|S
1055|
00:0a:db:00:00:4e|D
0|
|S
653|
00:0a:db:00:00:9f|D
0|
|S
344048|
00:0a:db:01:0a:59|D
0|
|S
345466|
00:0a:db:00:00:90|D
0|
|S
120856|
Subtotal |D
5|
Subtotal |S
5368420|
------------------------------SPID
|
Shaper
|
104 | Command Descriptions
00:0a:db:00:00:27|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:00:00:4e|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:01:0a:59|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:01:0a:60|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:00:00:90|D
0|
|S
157|
00:0a:db:00:00:9f|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:01:06:b8|D
0|
|S
0|
00:0a:db:01:07:bc|D
0|
|S
0|
Inactive Links |D
0|
|S
5177|
Subtotal |D
0|
Subtotal |S
5334|
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Radio
|
Shaper
|
Bridge
|
Filter
|
Vlan
| Ethernet |
Sum |D
5|D
0|D
1179|D
0|D
N/A |D
0|
|S
5368420|S
5334|S
8573596|S
311371|S
N/A |S
311371|
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Packet Drops = 1184
D->Packet Drops;
S->Packet Successes
>
show packet stats | 105
show phyerrors
Displays a list of PHY (physical layer) errors detected by the device’s Atheros radio
chip.
Syntax
show phyerrors
Arguments
None
Example
> show phyerrors
PHY Layer Errors:
PHY 0 (Transmit underrun)
PHY 1 (Timing error)
PHY 2 (Illegal parity)
PHY 3 (Illegal rate)
PHY 4 (Illegal length)
PHY 5 (Radar detect)
PHY 6 (Illegal service)
PHY 7 (TX override receive)
PHY 8
PHY 9
PHY 10
PHY 11
PHY 12
PHY 13
PHY 14
PHY 15
PHY 16
PHY 17 (OFDM timing)
PHY 18 (OFDM signal parity)
PHY 19 (OFDM illegal rate)
PHY 20 (OFDM illegal length)
PHY 21 (OFDM power drop)
PHY 22 (OFDM illegal service)
PHY 23 (OFDM restart)
PHY 24
PHY 25 (CCK timing)
PHY 26 (CCK header CRC)
PHY 27 (CCK illegal rate)
PHY 28
PHY 29
PHY 30 (CCK illegal service)
PHY 31 (CCK restart)
>
106 | Command Descriptions
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
show power
Displays the device’s transmit signal power level.
Syntax
show power
Arguments
None
Example
> show power
Power mode
: default
>
show power | 107
show process
(Developer use only) Displays a list of all running operating system processes
along with the information described in Table 12.
Syntax
show process
Arguments
None
Table 12. Fields Displayed by show process Command (Page 1 of 2)
Field
Description
NAME
Name of the process
ENTRY
Symbol name or address location at which the process began
execution
TID
Process ID
PRI
Priority of the process. Lower numbers indicate higher
priorities
STATUS
Process status; any of the following:
READY—Not waiting for any resource, except possibly
the CPU
PEND—Pending (blocked) due to an unavailable resource
DELAY—Sleeping for some duration; see the DELAY
field (later) for the remaining time
SUSPEND—Unavailable for execution
DELAY+S—Both delayed and suspended
PEND+S—Both pending and suspended
PEND+T—Pending with a timeout
PEND+S+T—Pending with a timeout and suspended
...+I—Inherited priority (appended to any of the status
strings above)
DEAD—Does not exist
PC
108 | Command Descriptions
Program counter
Table 12. Fields Displayed by show process Command (Page 2 of 2)
Field
Description
SP
Stack pointer
ERRNO
Error code of the most recent error encountered for this
process
DELAY
For delayed processes (not delayed and pending), the
number of clock ticks remaining in the delay
Example
> show process
NAME
ENTRY
---------- -----------tExcTask
excTask
tWdbTask
wdbTask
spScheduler
spSchedulerT
spTimeTick
spTimeTickTa
spLinkMgr
spLinkMgrTas
spSlidingSl
spSlidingSlo
spRoute
spRouteTaskE
tNetTask
netTask
spCLI
spCli
tTelnetd
telnetd
tDhcpcState
1a9ae0
tDhcpcReadT
dhcpcRead
tSnmpd
221938
spLinkPing
spLinkPingTa
tSnmpTmr
221544
tLogTask
logTask
spSystem
spSystemTask
spProvision
spProvisionA
spAuthentic
spAuthManage
spTraceRoute spTraceRoute
spTTCPT
spTTCPTCPSer
spTTCPU
spTTCPUDPSer
spTemperatu
spTemperatur
tBridgeAger
17f144
TID
PRI STATUS
PC
SP
---------- ---------- -------efb530 0
PEND
2928ac efb410
a08588 3
PEND
236c60 a082e8
5dd2f8 10 PEND
236c60 5dd238
9fc4a0 55 PEND
237468 9fc380
5d4090 60 PEND
20bffc 5d3ec0
5d92d0 65 PEND
20bffc 5d9150
5f27b0 70 PEND
20bffc 5f2620
eba9d0 90 PEND
236c60 eba8e0
5e1d68 95 READY
23c354 5e0b68
5df448 100 PEND
236c60 5df0d8
a158f0 105 PEND
237468 a157e0
a14300 105 PEND
236c60 a14050
a03708 110 PEND
236c60 a02c58
5efe90 120 PEND
20bffc 5efce0
a04970 150 PEND
2928ac a04830
ef8b48 200 PEND
2928ac ef8a38
5d69b0 200 DELAY
23bcd0
5d68f0
9f7d78 205 PEND
20bffc 9f7af8
5e8330 208 PEND
20bffc 5e7d50
5e4688 210 PEND
20bffc 5e44e8
5ed570 220 PEND
236c60 5ed290
5eac50 220 PEND
236c60 5eaa20
5f3d48 240 DELAY
23bcd0 5f3c78
a0c980 250 DELAY
23bcd0 a0c8d0
ERRNO DELAY
----- ----3006b
0
3d0002 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1c0001 0
0
0
3d0002 0
0
0
0
0
3d0002 0
3d0002 0
1c0001 0
0
0
0
0
30065
23
1c0001 0
1c0001 0
1c0001 0
0
0
0
0
038
0
>
show process | 109
show prov
Displays all the device’s provisioning parameters and their current values.
Command Syntax:
show prov
Arguments
None
Example
> show prov
================================================================================
Node Parameters
--------------Provisioning state
: auto
Domain
: 888
Power mode
: 1 Watt average
Radar detection
: Disable
Preferred parent
: 00:00:00:00:00:00
================================================================================
Ethernet
-------State
: Enabled
Negotiate
: Auto
================================================================================
IP Settings
----------IP address
: 10.12.14.2
Subnet mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway
: 10.12.14.1
DHCP state
: Enabled
FTP server IP address
: 0.0.0.0
HTTP server IP address
: 0.0.0.0
================================================================================
Frequency
--------Region
: FCC-HI
Primary
: 5805
Allowed
: 5800 5805
Dwell time (minutes)
: 30
================================================================================
VLAN
---Management VLAN
: Disabled
VLAN ID P2P Enabled
------------------Untagged
================================================================================
SNMP
---Mode
: Read-Write
Read-write community strings
: 0
Read-only community strings
: 0
Trap destinations
: 0
110 | Command Descriptions
================================================================================
Timezone
-------Enable
: no
NTP server IP address
: 3.4.5.6
Offset
: +3.00
================================================================================
Traffic Rate Control
-------------------Max rate broadcast (Kbps)
: 0
================================================================================
Classifier
---------Rule TOS Low TOS High TOS Mask IP Protocol IP Src Addr IP IP Src Mask
---- -------- -------- -------- ----------- --------------- --------------1
0x01
Rule IP Dest Addr
IP Dest Mask
Port Src1 Port Src2 Port Dest1 Port Dest2
---- --------------- --------------- --------- --------- ---------- ---------1
23
32
Rule MAC Src
MAC Src Mask
MAC Dest
MAC Dest Mask
---- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------1
Rule EtherType 802.1P Low 802.1P High 802.1Q Vlan Direction
---- --------- ---------- ----------- ----------- ---------1
0x0800
1
1
0
downstream
================================================================================
Filters
------========= The Filter Table is OFF =========
1) EtherType Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
2) IPType Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
3) IPaddrSrc Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
4) IPaddrDst Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
5) UDPSrcPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
6) UDPDstPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
7) TCPSrcPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
8) TCPDstPort Table Default Permission
= "ALLOW"
9) ARPsrcIPaddr Table Default Permission = "ALLOW"
>
show prov | 111
show radar
Displays the SkyGateway’s radar detection mode and status.
Syntax
show radar
Arguments
None
Example
> show radar
Radar detection
Frequency
--------5805
: Disable
Radar
Avoidance Countdown
------------------00:00
>
112 | Command Descriptions
Radar
Detection Count
--------------0
show reboot
Displays the reason for the device’s most recent reboot.
Syntax
show reboot
Arguments
None
Example
> show reboot
Reboot reason: Soft Reboot
Details: CLI reboot
>
show reboot | 113
show sched
Displays the scheduler’s activity for the previous second. The full output
represents the total number of timeslots available in a single second for use by a
device’s radio. Each group of eight periods represents a single timeslot, and any
timeslots for which letters and/or numbers are displayed represent timeslots
when data transmission or reception occurred.
A schedule with little to no empty timeslots can indicate an overloaded device
and may be a network bottleneck.
Syntax
show sched
Arguments
None
Example
> show sched
Second: 861434
0 .H-xxxxx ........
72 ........ ........
144 ........ ........
216 ........ ........
288 ........ ........
360 ........ ........
432 ........ ........
504 Exxxxxxx ........
576 ........ ........
648 ........ ........
720 ........ ........
792 ........ ........
864 ........ ........
936 ........ ........
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T64x....
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9576 Exxxxxxx ........ ........ ........
9648 ........ ........ ........ ........
9720 ........ ........ ........ ........
9792 ........ ........ ........ ........
9864 ........ ........ ........ ........
9936 ........ ........ ........ ........
10000 - End of cycle
........
10008 ........ ....
Current Tau = 473
Trigger Tau = -1
Scheduler trigger is not enabled
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(lines omitted here)
>
114 | Command Descriptions
show snmp
Displays the device’s current SNMP settings.
Syntax
show snmp
Arguments
None
Example
> show snmp
Mode
Read-write community strings
Read-only community strings
Trap destinations
Trap Receiver List
--------------------Row
IP Address
----------------1
10.12.14.1
:
:
:
:
read-write
0
0
1
Port
----162
>
show snmp | 115
show spectrum
Runs the spectrum analyzer according to its current settings, and displays the
results. (For detailed information about the spectrum analyzer, see the
“spectrum” command, described on page 126.)
Syntax
show spectrum
Arguments
None
Example
> show spectrum
Wait for 10 seconds.
( Single Channel 5805Mhz )
( Sampling Time: 10 seconds)
RSSI
61
57
53
49
45 26
22
19
15
11
7
- 3
- :
-------------------------Ant 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 All
'X' - Indicates no data collected
'-' - Max hold Rssi
':' - Average Rssi
( Single Channel 5805Mhz )
( Sampling Time: 10 seconds)
Ant
MaxRssi
AvgRssi
MinRssi
-----------------------------------0 |
46
|
1
|
0
|
1 |
8
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0
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0
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2 |
4
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0
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0
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10
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4 |
7
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6 |
61
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7 |
11
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all |
61
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>
116 | Command Descriptions
show status
Displays the device’s current operating settings. (To view an automatically
provisioned device’s configuration as supplied by the provisioning server, use the
“show config” command, described on page 71.)
Command Syntax:
show status
Arguments
None
Example
> show status
(Lines omitted here.)
Frequency Settings
-----------------Frequency range setting stored in flash is: US high band
Current frequency range setting is: US high band
Current frequency is: 5805
Current valid frequencies are:
5745 5750 5755 5760 5765 5770 5775 5780 5785 5790
Dwell time (minutes): 1
==================================================================
VLAN
---Management : Disabled
Data
: Disabled (P2P Enabled)
VLAN ID
---------VLAN
SNMP
---Mode
: disabled
Read-write community strings
: 0
Read-only community strings
: 0
Trap destinations
: 0
==================================================================
VLAN
Timezone Settings
----------------Enable
: no
NTP server IP address
: 0.0.0.0
Offset
: 0.00
>
show status | 117
show tech
(SkyPilot customer support use only) Displays the node’s current configuration
and status, including low-level details to aid in troubleshooting.
Command Syntax:
show tech
Arguments
None
Example
> show tech
(Lines omitted here.)
Access Control List
------------------==================================================================
Filters
------Enable
: no
EtherType dflt permission
IP Protocol dflt permission
IP Address dst dflt permission
IP Address src dflt permission
ARP src dflt permission
Port dst dflt permission
Port src default permission
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
allow
allow
allow
allow
allow
allow
allow
==================================================================
*************** 16) Show Reboot *********************
Reboot reason: Soft Reboot
Details: CLI reboot
>
118 | Command Descriptions
show temp
Displays the temperature of the device’s radio chip (in both degrees Celsius and
degrees Fahrenheit) and the heater’s operating status.
Syntax
show temp
Arguments
None
Example
> show temp
Celsius
Fahrenheit
Heater
>
:30
:87
:OFF
show temp | 119
show timezone
Displays the device’s time zone information: its NTP server’s IP address and time
zone offset (from GMT or UTC).
Syntax
show timezone
Arguments
None
Example
> show timezone
Enable
NTP server IP address
Offset
>
120 | Command Descriptions
: yes
: 172.16.1.5
: -8.00
show trafficrate
Displays the device’s traffic rate control settings.
Syntax
show trafficrate
Arguments
None
SkyExtender/SkyConnector Example
> show trafficrate
Max rate up (Kbps)
Max rate down (Kbps)
: 1000
: 1000
>
SkyGateway Example
> show trafficrate
Max rate broadcast (Kbps)
: 256
>
show trafficrate | 121
show uptime
Displays the elapsed time (in days, hours, minutes, and seconds) since the device
was last booted.
Syntax
show uptime
Arguments
None
Example
> show uptime
0 days 01:39:18
>
122 | Command Descriptions
show users
Displays a list of all users logged into the device.
Syntax
show users
Arguments
None
Example
> show users
Type
Logged In IP Address
Inactive Time Login Time
------- --------- ------------------ ------------- ----------------------Console No
Telnet Yes
172.16.1.5
0 minute(s) WED MAY 17
13:47:51 2006
>
show users | 123
show version
Displays information about the device’s hardware, software, and operating system
versions.
Syntax
show version [ap]
Arguments
ap
(DualBand/TriBand only) Displays version information for the hardware
and software running on DualBand/TriBand access point(s)
None
(non-DualBand/TriBand) Displays version information for the hardware,
software, and operating system running on a device
Example
> show version
Hardware Versions
-----------------------------------------------------------------Node type
: SkyConnector Outdoor
System part no.
: 710-00010-01
Serial no.
: F20486428
CPLD Rev no.
: 00010010
Ethernet MAC
: 00:0A:DB:01:06:B8
Radio MAC
: 00:60:B3:B7:3F:AB
Software Versions
-----------------------------------------------------------------Active Software Image : B
Image A Name
: linkerDynModConn_b
Image A MD5
:
62:36:ce:9e:38:0b:99:da:b8:58:c6:96:15:28:ee:0e
Image A State
: Accepted
Image A Counter
: 1000
Image B Name
: SkyConn.1.2p3.bin
Image B MD5
:
e8:35:26:4e:ee:f1:84:78:26:e8:e9:53:c8:8e:57:00
Image B State
: Accepted
Image B Counter
: 571
Software
: 1.2p3
Boot ROM
: 001.06.000.S
Operating System Versions
-----------------------------------------------------------------VxWorks (for IBM PowerPC 405EP Rev B - SkyPilot. IBMB405EP) version
5.5.1.
Kernel: WIND version 2.6.
Made on Jan 23 2006, 17:45:24.
Boot line:
emac(0,0)skypilot: e=192.168.0.2 h=192.168.0.2 g=192.168.0.2 f=0x8
tn=sbc405gpr o=skyp
>
124
show vlan
Displays the device’s VLAN settings. Items listed under VLAN ID are the VLANs for
which peer-to-peer is enabled.
Syntax
show vlan
Arguments
None
Example
> show vlan
Management : Disabled
Data
: Disabled (P2P Enabled)
VLAN ID
---------untagged
>
show vlan | 125
spectrum
Displays full documentation (help) for the SkyPilot spectrum analyzer.
Syntax
spectrum
Arguments
None
Example
> spectrum
--- Spectrum Help --The spectrum analyzer feature consists of two operating modes single channel and multi channel. Single channel focuses on the
current operating channel without disrupting service, showing the
results of every antenna that currently formed links allow for.
Multi channel disables normal functionality and scans through a
specified range of frequencies, displaying the results per antenna.
General Commands
-----------spectrum- Shows this help page.
show spectrum mode- Shows the current running mode.
set spectrum on <single | multi> - Enables the spectrum analyzer in
specified mode.
set spectrum off- Turns off the current spectrum mode.
clear spectrum - Clears the max hold rssi statistics.
show spectrum single - shortcut for spectrum single channel
graph.
show spectrum multi - shortcut for spectrum multi channel graph.
show spectrum - re-runs the last spectrum show graph
command issued.
Single Channel Commands
----------------------show spectrum single graph [seconds]
- shows a single channel graph. Automatically enables single
channel mode if it is not already enabled. The optional
seconds argument is used to set the sampling time.
show spectrum single setting
- shows single channel settings and running statistics.
Multi Channel Commands
126 | Command Descriptions
---------------------show spectrum multi captured [antennaNumber]
- shows the multi channel graph of the buffered data for each
antenna (8 graphs). Unlike the 'show spectrum multi graph',
this command does not enable the spectrum mode. The optional
antennaNumber argument is used to select a single graph of
the specified antenna.
show spectrum multi graph [antennaNumber]
- shows the multi channel graph for each antenna (8 graphs).
Automatically turns on multi channel mode if it is not
already enabled. The optional antennaNumber argument is used
to select a single graph of the specified antenna.
show spectrum multi setting
- shows the multi channel settings and running statistics.
Spectrum Settings Explanation
----------------------------set spectrum <single | multi>
- sets the following adjustable parameters for either single or
multi channel modes:
max visible rssi: dynamic adjust, rssi value <d | 1-100>
- This allows the user to control the maximum height of the
graph. The default setting for single channel is dynamic
adjust, which adjusts the height of the graph based on
the highest average rssi among the eight antennas. The
default setting for multi channel is 30 rssi.
max graph height in number of lines <1-50>
- Graph scale related. This attribute adjusts the vertical
resolution of the graph. The default setting is 16 lines.
spectrum sleep timer: disable auto off, number of minute <d |
1-60>
- Sets the sleep timer to determine when to automatically
shut off the spectrum process. If disable is selected,
the spectrum analyzer will run until a "set spectrum off"
command is executed. By default the spectrum analyzer
turns off if idle (i.e. no show graph or set commands
executed) for 5 minutes.
sampling time in seconds <1-60>
- The average rssi is calculated as a moving average. This
attribute adjusts the window of the moving average. The
default setting is 10 seconds, which causes a "single
channel graph show" command to delay for 10 seconds in
order to collect enough data when the spectrum mode is
first enabled.
show spectrum multi graph [antennaNumber]
- shows the multi channel graph for each antenna (8 graphs).
Automatically turns on multi channel mode if it is not
already enabled. The optional antennaNumber argument is used
to select a single graph of the specified antenna.
show spectrum multi setting
spectrum | 127
- shows the multi channel settings and running statistics.
Spectrum Settings Explanation
----------------------------set spectrum <single | multi>
- sets the following adjustable parameters for either single or
multi channel modes:
max visible rssi: dynamic adjust, rssi value <d | 1-100>
- This allows the user to control the maximum height of the
graph. The default setting for single channel is dynamic
adjust, which adjusts the height of the graph based on
the highest average rssi among the eight antennas. The
default setting for multi channel is 30 rssi.
max graph height in number of lines <1-50>
- Graph scale related. This attribute adjusts the vertical
resolution of the graph. The default setting is 16 lines.
spectrum sleep timer: disable auto off, number of minute <d |
1-60>
- Sets the sleep timer to determine when to automatically
shut off the spectrum process. If disable is selected,
the spectrum analyzer will run until a "set spectrum off"
command is executed. By default the spectrum analyzer
turns off if idle (i.e. no show graph or set commands
executed) for 5 minutes.
sampling time in seconds <1-60>
- The average rssi is calculated as a moving average. This
attribute adjusts the window of the moving average. The
default setting is 10 seconds, which causes a "single
channel graph show" command to delay for 10 seconds in
order to collect enough data when the spectrum mode is
first enabled.
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128 | Command Descriptions
traceroute
Traces a path to a specified MAC address or the device’s default SkyGateway,
discovering intermediate nodes along this path.
Syntax
traceroute [MAC]
Arguments
MAC
Traces a route to the device with the specified MAC address
None
Traces a route to the device’s default SkyGateway
Example
> traceroute 00:0a:db:09:52:73
traceroute to 00:0a:db:01:07:94
1 (36) --> 01:00:48 --> (54)
2 (54) --> 01:07:94 --> (36)
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