Avaya C360 Manager User Guide

Avaya C360 Manager User Guide

Avaya C360

Manager

User Guide

14-300164

May 2004

Avaya C360 Manager User Guide

Copyright 2004 Avaya Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

The products, specifications, and other technical information regarding the products contained in this document are subject to change without notice. All information in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable, but is presented without warranty of any kind, express or implied, and users must take full responsibility for their application of any products specified in this document. Avaya disclaims responsibility for errors which may appear in this document, and it reserves the right, in its sole discretion and without notice, to make substitutions and modifications in the products and practices described in this document.

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Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

The Purpose of This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Who Should Use This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Organization of This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Chapter 1 — Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Avaya C360 Manager Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13

Starting the Avaya C360 Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Avaya C360 Manager as Part of Avaya Integrated Management 14

Avaya C360 Manager via Web Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

The User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

Application Tabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

Status Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

Managing Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

Chapter 2 — Device Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

The User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Application Toolbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Get/Set Toolbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Tree View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

Chassis View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Dialog Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Avaya C360 Device Manager Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Refreshing Device Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

Using Dialog Boxes and Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

Using Avaya C360 Device Manager Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

Opening the Help to the Contents Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

Opening the Help to a Topic of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

Chapter 3 — Device Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Viewing Device Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Device Information - General Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Device Information - Advanced Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33

Viewing Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36

Module Configuration - General Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37

Module Configuration - Advanced Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

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Viewing LAG Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41

LAG Configuration - General Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42

LAG Configuration - Advanced Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

Viewing Port Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48

Port Configuration - General Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49

Port Configuration - Advanced Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53

Resetting the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56

Chapter 4 — Power Over Ethernet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

PoE Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

Viewing PoE Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

Viewing PoE Port Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

Viewing PoE Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

Chapter 5 — G700 Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

G700 Media Gateway Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65

G700 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66

Viewing Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66

Viewing Media Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74

Avaya Site Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75

Chapter 6 — VoIP Engine Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

VoIP Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77

Configuring the VoIP Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77

VoIP Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78

VoIP Config . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82

VoIP Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83

Chapter 7 — WAN Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

X330WAN Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85

Avaya X330WAN Expansion Module Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . .86

E1/T1 Port Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87

Viewing Channel Group Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90

Channel Group - PPP Session Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90

Channel Group - Frame Relay Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96

Managing Channel Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105

Viewing the Channel Groups Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105

Creating, Editing, and Deleting Channel Groups . . . . . . . . . .107

The Channel Group Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107

USP Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111

USP - PPP Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112

USP - Frame Relay Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119

Backup Interface Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128

Viewing the Backup Interfaces Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128

The Backup Interface Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129

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Chapter 8 — Port RMON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137

Displaying the Port RMON Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138

The Pie Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138

The Traffic Graph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138

Traffic Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139

Chapter 9 — VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141

VLAN Configuration Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141

VLANs Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142

Master VLAN List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142

VLAN Tags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142

Viewing the VLAN Configuration Dialog Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143

VLAN Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144

Selection List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145

Port Configuration Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146

Managing VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148

Creating VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148

Renaming VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149

Synchronizing VLAN Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150

Deleting VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151

Managing Port VLAN Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151

Selecting Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151

Viewing Port VLAN Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152

Using the Port Configuration Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152

Drag-and-Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153

Updating the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153

Chapter 10 — Link Aggregation Groups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

LAGs Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155

Viewing the LAG Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156

Creating LAGs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157

Editing LAGs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157

The LAG Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157

Welcome Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158

Base Port Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159

Member Port Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160

LAG Name Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161

Confirmation Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .162

Deleting LAGs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163

Chapter 11 — Port Redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165

Overview of Port Redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165

Viewing the Port Redundancy Dialog Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166

Adding a Port Redundancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168

Port Redundancy Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169

Welcome Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .170

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Primary Port Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .171

Secondary Port Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172

Name and Type Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173

Confirmation Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174

Deleting Port Redundancies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175

Updating the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175

Chapter 12 — Port Mirroring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177

Port Mirroring Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177

Configuring Port Mirroring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177

The Port Mirroring Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178

Create Welcome Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179

Edit/Delete Welcome Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180

Source Port Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181

Destination Port Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182

Frames Direction Selection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183

Confirmation Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184

Chapter 13 — IP Multicast Filtering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185

IP Multicast Filtering Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185

Configuring IP Multicast Filtering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186

Chapter 14 — Trap Managers Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189

Trap Manager Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189

Viewing the Device Trap Managers Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190

Viewing the Media Gateway Trap Managers Table . . . . . . . . . . . .192

Viewing the WAN Trap Managers Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194

Editing the Trap Managers Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196

Adding and Removing Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196

Editing Trap Reporting Statuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196

Chapter 15 — Switch Connected Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197

Switch Connected Addresses Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197

Viewing the Switch Connected Addresses Window . . . . . . . . . . . .198

Sorting the List of Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199

Chapter 16 — Port Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201

802.1x Port Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201

802.1x Port Security Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201

Configuring 802.1x Port Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202

Chapter 17 — Routing Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205

Router Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206

Router . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206

Layer 2 Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206

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The User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207

Toolbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208

Tree View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209

Table Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210

Form Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210

Editing Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211

Saving Table Information as Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212

Saving Configuration Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212

Running Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212

Committed Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212

Resetting a Router . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213

Using Avaya C360 Routing Manager Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213

Opening the Help to the Contents Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213

Opening the Help to a Topic of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213

Chapter 18 — Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215

Device Global Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215

Chapter 19 — Layer 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217

VLANs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .217

Chapter 20 — IP Route . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219

IP Global Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220

IP Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .221

Routing Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .223

ARP Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .227

DHCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .229

DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .229

DHCP/BOOTP Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .230

RIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .232

RIP Global Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .232

RIP Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234

OSPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237

OSPF Global Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237

OSPF Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .239

OSPF Area Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .241

OSPF Link State Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .242

OSPF External Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .244

OSPF Neighbors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245

VRRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .246

VRRP Global Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .247

VRRP Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248

CRTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .251

CRTP Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .251

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Appendix A — Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253

Device Manager Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .253

File Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254

View Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254

Configure Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254

Actions Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .256

Tools Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .256

Help Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257

Routing Manager Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257

File Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257

Edit Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257

View Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .258

Action Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .258

Help Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .258

Appendix B — Web Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259

Web Management Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .259

Configuring the Avaya C360 Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .259

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Preface

Welcome to Avaya C360 Manager. This chapter provides an introduction to the structure and assumptions of this guide. It includes the following sections:

The Purpose of This Guide

- A description of the goals of this

guide.

Who Should Use This Guide

- The intended audience of this guide.

Organization of This Guide

- A brief description of the subjects

contained in the various sections of this guide.

The Purpose of This Guide

The Avaya C360 Manager guide contains information needed to use the management system efficiently and effectively.

Who Should Use This Guide

This guide is intended for network managers familiar with network management and its fundamental concepts.

Organization of This Guide

This guide is structured to reflect the following conceptual divisions:

Avaya C360 Manager - Information pertaining to the entire

Avaya C360 Manager application and all of its aspects.

Preface - This section describes the guide’s purpose, intended audience and organization.

Introduction - An introduction to the Avaya C360 Manager including instructions on starting the Avaya C360 Manager.

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Avaya C360 Device Manager - Information pertaining to

Avaya C360 Device management.

Device Manager - An introduction to the Avaya C360 Device

Manager including a description of the user interface.

Device Configuration - Viewing and modifying the different device configurations.

Power Over Ethernet - An overview of Power over Ethernet

(PoE) and instructions on viewing and configuring PoE parameters.

G700 Media Gateway - An overview of the G700 Media

Gateway and information on viewing and configuring G700 components.

VoIP Engine Configuration - An overview of VoIP Engine functionality and information on viewing and configuring VoIP

Engine parameters.

WAN Configuration - An overview of the Avaya X330WAN expansion module functionality and information on viewing and configuring WAN parameters.

Port RMON - Viewing graphical representations of the traffic on the ports of the Avaya C360 Device.

VLANs - Viewing and editing VLAN information.

Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) - Viewing and editing

LAG information.

Port Redundancy - Configuring port redundancy for ports and LAGs in an Avaya C360 Device.

Port Mirroring - Setting up port mirroring for ports and LAGs in an Avaya C360 Device.

IP Multicast Filtering - Viewing and modifying IP Multicast filtering in an Avaya C360 Device.

Trap Managers Configuration - Viewing and modifying the

Trap Managers table.

Switch Connected Addresses - Viewing devices connected to selected ports.

Port Security - Viewing and modifying port security settings.

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Avaya C360 Routing Manager - Information pertaining to

Avaya C360 routing management.

Routing Manager - An introduction to configuring routing with Avaya P330ML and Avaya C360 modules, and a description of the Avaya C360 Routing Manager user interface.

Device - Detailed descriptions of routing device configuration that enable you to display and modify global parameters, reset the module, and upload or download configuration parameters.

Layer 2 - Detailed descriptions of layer 2 configuration that enable you to view layer 2 interfaces at the management station.

IP Route - Detailed descriptions of IP route configuration that enable you to display and update IP interfaces, the IP routing table, the ARP table, DHCP/BOOTP parameters, RIP interfaces,

OSPF interfaces, area parameters, link-state database and neighbors, the IP access control table, and redundancy parameters.

Appendices - Additional information about the Avaya C360

Manager.

Menus - The full structure of the menus in the Avaya C360

Manager.

Web Management - Instructions on how to manage

Avaya C360 Devices via the Internet.

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Introduction

This chapter provides an introduction to the Avaya C360 Manager. It includes the following sections:

Avaya C360 Manager Overview

- An overview explaining the

different aspects of Avaya C360 Device management.

Starting the Avaya C360 Manager

- Instructions on how to

access Avaya C360 Manager from your management platform.

The User Interface

- Detailed descriptions of the user interface

common to all applications in the Avaya C360 Manager.

Managing Tables

- An explanation of the symbols used to label

table rows.

Avaya C360 Manager Overview

The Avaya C360 Manager provides full management capabilities for

Avaya C360 Devices. This includes the ability to view three aspects of device management:

Device Manager - Provides a view of the configuration of the device including VLAN configuration, configured LAGs, port mirroring, and traps. For information specific to the Avaya C360

Device Manager, refer to chapters 2-17.

Routing Manager - Provides a view of the third layer routing and forwarding functions of the device. For information specific to the Avaya C360 Routing Manager, refer to chapters 18-22.

Device SMON - Provides advanced monitoring capabilities for the device. For information specific to Avaya C360 SMON, refer to Avaya C360 SMON User Guide.

For information on switching between the different views, refer to

“Application Tabs” on page 16 .

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Starting the Avaya C360 Manager

This section provides instructions for starting Avaya C360 Manager.

Avaya C360 Manager as Part of Avaya Integrated

Management

If you installed the Avaya C360 Manager as part of Avaya Integrated

Management, the following sections provide instructions for starting

Avaya C360 Manager.

Running

Avaya C360

Manager from Avaya

Network

Management

Console

From the management platform map:

1. Select the label representing the Avaya C360 Device you want to manage.

2. Click .

Or

Double-click the Avaya C360 Device.

Or

Select

Tools > Avaya Device Manager

.

Running

Avaya C360

Manager from HP NNM

From the management platform map:

1. Select the Avaya C360 Device you want to manage.

2. Click in the OpenView toolbar.

Or

Select

Tools > Avaya > Avaya Device Manager.

Or

1. Right-click the Avaya C360 Device you want to manage.

2. Select

Avaya > Device Manager

.

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Avaya C360 Manager via Web Management

To start Avaya C360 Web Management:

1. Point your web browser to

http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

is the IP address of the Avaya C360 Device you want to manage. The Password dialog box opens.

Figure 1. Network Password Dialog Box

2. Enter

root

in the

User Name

field and the correct password in the

Password

field. (Use a valid CLI password.)

3. To save the password on your computer, check the

Save this password in your password list

checkbox.

4. Click

OK

. The Avaya C360 Welcome page opens.

If the required Java plug-in is installed on your computer, the

Java Plug-in Security Warning dialog box opens after a few seconds.

If the required Java plug-in is not installed, the plug-in is automatically downloaded to your computer. Follow the instructions on the Avaya C360 Welcome page to install the plug-in.

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The User Interface

The Avaya C360 Manager user interface is different for each of its management applications. However, the following elements of the user interface are common to all views:

Application Tabs

- Tabs for accessing the Device Manager,

Routing Manager, and SMON applications for the Avaya C360

Device.

Application Area

- An area where the selected application opens.

Status Line

- Displays the communication status between the

Avaya C360 Manager and the Avaya C360 Device.

Figure 2. Avaya C360 Manager User Interface

Application

Tabs

Application

Area

Status Line

Application Tabs

You can access the three main components of device management using the following Application Tabs in the Avaya C360 Manager:

Device Manager - View the Avaya C360 Device Manager for device configuration and Port RMON.

Device SMON - View SMON (Switch Monitoring) information for the Avaya C360 Device.

Routing Manager - View the Avaya C360 Routing configuration.

To switch to a different view, click the appropriate Application Tab. The selected application opens.

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* Note: When the Avaya C360 Manager is installed as a standalone manager and when running the Avaya C360 Manager via

Web Management, the Device SMON and AnyLayer SMON tabs do not appear.

Status Line

The Status Line shows the communication status between the application and the Avaya C360 Device. The Status Line displays a status message and an appropriate graphic. The table below shows the possible statuses with their corresponding graphics, and provides an explanation for each status.

Status

Ready

Communicating

Communication

Error

Table 1. Communication Statuses

Graphic Description

The application is ready to communicate with the

Avaya C360 Device.

The application is currently communicating with the

Avaya C360 Device.

The last attempted communication with the

Avaya C360 Device was not successful.

Managing Tables

The Avaya C360 Manager interface displays the status of each row in a table. The following table shows a list of symbols that can appear at the start of a table row, with their corresponding explanations.

Table 2. Table Symbols

Symbol Explanation

The row is a new entry.

The row is to be deleted.

The information in the row has been changed by the user.

To undo all the changes made to a table, click

Refresh

. To undo changes made to a selected row, click

Undo

. When all changes are finalized, click

Apply

to update the device.

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Device Manager

This chapter provides an introduction to the Avaya C360 Device

Manager. It includes the following sections:

The User Interface

- An introduction to the Avaya C360 Device

Manager user interface, including instructions for selecting elements and using the toolbar buttons.

Avaya C360 Device Manager Modes

- Instructions on

switching between the configuration and Port RMON modes in the Avaya C360 Device Manager.

Refreshing Device Information

- Instructions on how to refresh the information in the Avaya C360 Manager.

Using Dialog Boxes and Tables

- An explanation of the icons

found in the dialog boxes and tables in the Avaya C360 Device

Manager.

Using Avaya C360 Device Manager Help

- An explanation of the options for accessing on-line help in the Avaya C360 Device

Manager.

The User Interface

The Avaya C360 Device Manager user interface consists of the following elements:

Menu Bar - Menus for accessing Avaya C360 Device management functions.

Application Toolbar

- Toolbar buttons for accessing Avaya C360

Device management functions.

Get/Set Toolbar

- Toolbar buttons for viewing and changing the

configuration of ports and LAGs.

Tree View

- A resizeable window containing a hierarchical

representation of the modules and ports of the Avaya C360

Device.

Desktop

- A resizeable window where the Chassis View and all floating and minimized dialog boxes and tables are displayed.

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Chassis View

- A graphical representation of the Avaya C360

Device.

Dialog Area

- A resizeable window where all dialog boxes and tables first open.

For information on other parts of the user interface, refer to

“The User

Interface” on page 16 .

The figure below shows the user interface, with its various parts labeled.

Figure 3. The Avaya C360 Device Manager User Interface

Application

Tabs

Menu Bar

Application

Toolbar

Get/Set

Toolbar

Chassis

View

Dialog

Area Tree

View

Desktop

Status

Line

To resize the three main areas of the user interface, the Tree View, the

Chassis View, and the Dialog Area, use the splitter bars and their arrows.

Application Toolbar

The Application Toolbar provides shortcuts to the main Device Manager functions.

The table below describes the buttons on the Application Toolbar and gives the equivalent menu options.

Button

Table 3. Application Toolbar

Description Menu Item

View > Configuration

Sets the device manager to

Configuration Mode.

Sets the device manager to

Port RMON mode.

View > Port RMON

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Button

Table 3. Application Toolbar (Continued)

Description

Displays addresses of devices connected to the switch.

Menu Item

View > Switch Connected

Addresses

Displays the VLAN window.

Configure > VLAN

Displays the LAG table.

Configure > LAG

Displays the Port

Redundancy table.

Starts the Port Mirroring wizard.

Displays the Trap Manager

Table.

Displays the IP Multicast

Filtering dialog box.

Launches Avaya Call

Processing on the selected

G700 Media Gateway or

Voice port.

Opens the on-line help.

Configure > Port

Redundancy

Configure > Port Mirroring

Configure > Trap Managers

Configure > IP Multicast

Filtering

Tools > Administer

Station/Gateway

Help > Help On

Selects a VLAN. Ports that are not on the selected

VLAN appear dark gray in the Chassis View.

When you place the cursor on a toolbar icon for one second, a label appears with the name of the button.

You can toggle the display of the application toolbar. To toggle the display of the application toolbar, select

View > Toolbars > Show Application

Toolbar

.

Get/Set Toolbar

The Get/Set Toolbar provides buttons for getting and setting configuration parameters for selected ports and LAGs. When a port or LAG is selected, its configuration is reflected on the Get/Set Toolbar. Each group of buttons represents the various possible states of a configuration parameter. For example, the first group of buttons represents the possible speed of a port - 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1000 Mbps. If the center button is depressed, the port is currently configured to operate at 100 Mbps.

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Selected ports and LAGs can be configured using the Get/Set Toolbar. To change the configuration of a port or LAG, click the button which represents the value of the parameter you want to apply to the port or

LAG. Click

apply

to update the device with the changes. Click

cancel

to discard the changes. Options not applicable to the selected port or LAG are dimmed.

To configure the ports of a LAG, select the LAG icon in the Tree View or the Chassis View. Ports belonging to a LAG may not be configured by selecting the port.

Multiple ports and LAGs can be simultaneously configured using the

Get/Set Toolbar. When multiple ports or LAGs with non-identical configurations are selected, only the parameters whose settings are identical on the selected ports or LAGs are reflected in the Get/Set

Toolbar. For example, if a port operating at full duplex and a port operating at half duplex are selected, neither of the duplex mode buttons on the Get/Set Toolbar are depressed.

The table below displays the buttons on the Get/Set Toolbar and explains their functions and settings.

Button

Table 4. Get/Set Toolbar

Description

Get and set the port/LAG’s speed: 10 Mbps, 100

Mbps, 1000 Mbps.

Get and set the port/LAG’s status: Enabled, Disabled.

Get and set the port/LAG’s mode: Half duplex, Full duplex.

Get and set the port/LAG’s auto-negotiation status:

Auto-negotiation Enabled, Auto-negotiation

Disabled.

Get and set the port/LAG’s STP mode: Enabled,

Disabled.

Get and set the port’s 802.1x mode:

802.1x Force Authorized, 802.1x Force Unauthorized,

802.1x Auto.

Get and set the port’s Power over Ethernet

Get and set the port/LAG’s priority. Select a priority level between 1 and 8 using the pull-down listbox.

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Tree View

The Tree View shows a hierarchical representation of the structure of the

Avaya C360 Device. To select ports, LAGS, modules or media modules, click their icons in the Tree View. When an element is selected in the Tree

View, the corresponding element is selected in the Chassis View.

The highest level of the Tree View represents the device. The second level shows modules. The third level shows ports and LAGs. This includes ports on expansion modules.

To expand the view of a contracted element in the tree or to contract the view of an expanded element in the tree:

Double-click the element.

Or

Click the handle next to the element you want to expand or contract.

Desktop

Device Manager

Button

Table 4. Get/Set Toolbar (Continued)

Description

Apply or cancel the configuration changes made with the Get/Set Toolbar.

You can toggle the display of the Get/Set toolbar. To toggle the display of the Get/Set toolbar, select

View > Toolbars > Show Get/Set Toolbar

.

The central section of the application window is the Desktop. This area can be resized by dragging the vertical splitter bars with the mouse.

Floating dialog boxes and tables can be resized. The Chassis View and floating dialog boxes and tables can also be minimized. Minimized windows appear at the bottom of the Desktop.

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Chassis View

The Chassis View is a graphical representation of the Avaya C360 Device.

The Avaya C360 Device can contain several Avaya C360 modules. The

Chassis View shows all of the device’s modules, LAGs, and ports, including ports on expansion modules and cascading modules (when present). The colors of the modules, LAGs, and ports in the Chassis View reflect their status.

When you hold the cursor over a port’s icon in the Chassis View, a label appears with the port number, its VLAN ID, and the last fault that occurred on the port. When you hold the cursor over a LAG’s icon in the

Chassis View, a label appears with the name and VLAN number of the

LAG, and the last fault that occurred on the LAG.

M o d u le S y m b o l

Figure 4. Avaya C360 Chassis View

L E D s

P o rt S ym b o ls

24

L A G S y m b o l

C as c ad in g M o d u le

S y m b o ls

When viewing selected dialog boxes, the color of the port or LAG indicates the status of the port or LAG with regard to the application. For example: When creating a Link Aggregation Group (LAG), ports that can be selected appear white in the Chassis View. The port selected to be the base port appears dark blue. The ports selected to be additional ports appear cyan.

The Cascading Module symbols show the status of the links between adjacent modules in the device. The Cascading Module symbols at the top and bottom of the device show the status of the long cable link between the top and bottom modules in the device. If there is no Cascading

Module in the device, the Cascading Module symbols do not appear.

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The following table provides a list of the possible port and LAG colors in the Chassis View and their meaning.

Color

Green

Yellow

Table 5. Chassis View Port/LAG Colors

Meaning

The port/LAG is enabled, and its status is Okay.

The port/LAG is enabled, and its status is Warning.

Red The port/LAG is enabled, and its status is Fatal.

Light Gray The port/LAG is disabled.

Dark Gray The port/LAG is not associated with the assignment.

White The port/LAG is logically available for assignment.

Dark Blue

Cyan

The port/LAG has been assigned the primary position in an application.

The port/LAG has been assigned a secondary position in an application.

GBIC Ports

Some Avaya C360 expansion modules contain GBIC (GigaBit Interface

Converter) ports that house removable transceiver modules. The Chassis

View reflects the management status of the ports. The following table shows the possible appearances of these ports in the Chassis View and provides the corresponding management status of the port.

Table 6. GBIC Port Status

GBIC Port Status

The GBIC port contains a supported transceiver module.

There is no transceiver module present in the GBIC port.

The transceiver module in the GBIC port is not supported.

The transceiver module in the GBIC port is of an unknown type.

GBIC ports that contain the following types of transceiver modules can be configured:

• Supported transceiver modules

• No transceiver modules

• Unknown transceiver modules

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Selecting

Elements

GBIC ports that contain unsupported transceiver modules cannot be configured.

You can select modules, LAGs, and ports.

To select a module:

In the Chassis View, click the module’s label.

Or

In the Tree View, click the module’s icon. The module’s label is highlighted in the Chassis View and the Tree View.

To select a LAG:

In the Chassis View, click the LAG’s icon.

Or

In the Tree View, click the LAG’s icon. The LAG is highlighted in the Chassis View and the Tree View.

To select a port:

In the Chassis View, click the port.

Or

In the Tree View, click the port’s icon. The port is highlighted in the

Chassis View and the Tree View.

To select multiple elements, press CTRL while clicking on each element to be selected.

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Dialog Area

The area to the right of the Chassis View is where all dialog boxes, tables, and wizards first appear. This area can be resized by dragging the vertical splitter bar with the mouse. When a dialog box, table, or wizard opens, it replaces the current dialog box open in the Dialog Area. To view more than one dialog box or table simultaneously, click the pushpin in the upper right-hand corner of the dialog box. The dialog box becomes a floating dialog box and moves to the Desktop.

To restore a dialog box to the Dialog Area, click the toolbar button or icon that opened the dialog box. The dialog box returns to the Dialog Area.

Avaya C360 Device Manager Modes

The Avaya C360 Device Manager has two modes:

• Configuration mode

• Port RMON mode

When in configuration mode, you can view and change the configuration of the Avaya C360 Device and individual ports. When in Port RMON mode, you can view graphical representations of the traffic on individual ports.

To switch to configuration mode:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Configuration

.

To switch to Port RMON mode:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Port RMON

.

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Refreshing Device Information

You can refresh the information in the Avaya C360 Device Manager. To refresh Avaya C360 device information, select

View > Refresh

. The

Avaya C360 Device Manager refreshes its device information and updates the display.

Using Dialog Boxes and Tables

Dialog boxes and tables in the Avaya C360 Manager application have a common set of buttons. The following table displays the buttons and explains their functions:

Icon

Refresh

Apply

Insert

Wizard

Delete

Undo

Table 7. Dialog Box Icons

Function

Refreshes the information in the table or dialog box. This clears any changes made to the table or dialog box and not yet sent to the device.

Sends the information from the table or dialog box to update the device.

Adds a row to the table.

Starts a wizard.

Deletes the selected rows of the table.

Undoes all changes to the selected row in a table.

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Using Avaya C360 Device Manager Help

This section explains how to use the on-line help in the Avaya C360

Device Manager. The on-line help can be opened to the contents page or directly to a topic of interest.

* Note: When running the Avaya C360 Manager via Web

Management, on-line help is only available if you have installed the on-line help on your network and configured the

Avaya C360 Device with the location of the help files. For information on installing the on-line help and configuring the device with the location of the files, refer to the Avaya C360

User’s Guide.

Opening the Help to the Contents Page

To open the help to the contents page, select

Help > Contents

. The on-line help opens to the contents page.

Opening the Help to a Topic of Interest

To open the help directly to a topic of interest:

1. Click .

Or

Select

Help > Context Sensitive Help

. The cursor changes to the shape of an arrow with a question mark.

2. Click on a point of interest in the Avaya C360 Device Manager. The on-line help opens to a topic explaining the feature that was clicked.

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Device Configuration

This chapter explains how to view and set the various configuration parameters relevant to the Avaya C360. It includes the following sections:

Viewing Device Information

- View high-level information about the Avaya C360 Device.

Viewing Module Configuration

- View information specific to an Avaya C360 module in the device.

Viewing LAG Configuration

- View information specific to a

LAG on an Avaya C360 module in the device.

Viewing Port Configuration

- View information specific to the

ports on the Avaya C360 Device.

Resetting the Device

- Reset the Avaya C360 Device.

To view configuration information, you must be in Configuration mode.

To switch to Configuration mode:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Configuration

.

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Viewing Device Information

The Device Information dialog box provides you with high-level information specific to the Avaya C360 Device.

The General tab of the Device Information dialog box provides detailed information about the device such as the device’s name, addresses, contact person, location, type, description, the number of modules in the device, and the management VLAN ID.

The Advanced tab of the Device Information dialog box provides information about the device’s STP (Spanning Tree Protocol) configuration.

Device Information - General Tab

To view the General tab of the Device Information dialog box, select

Configure > Device Information

. The Device Information dialog box opens to the General tab.

Figure 5. Device Information Dialog Box - General Tab

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the General tab of the

Device Information dialog box and their descriptions.

Table 8. Device Information Fields - General Tab

Field

System Name

Description

Logical name of the device as defined on the

SNMP agent of the device.

IP Address

MAC Address

Contact

The IP address of the device.

The MAC address of the device.

Individual responsible for maintenance of the device.

Physical Location

Device Family

System Description

Number of Modules

Management VLAN

Operational Status

The current physical location of the device.

The family of devices to which the device belongs.

A description of the device.

The number of modules currently in the device.

The VLAN ID (VLAN #) of the agent.

The warning level of the device. Possible values are:

• OK

• Warning

• Fatal

For more information on the user interface, refer to “Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

Device Information - Advanced Tab

To view the Advanced tab of the Device Information dialog box:

1. Select

Configure > Device Information

. The Device Information dialog box opens to the General tab.

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2. Click

Advanced

. The Advanced tab of the Device Information dialog box appears.

Figure 6. Device Information Dialog Box - Advanced Tab

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the Advanced tab of the

Device Information dialog box and their descriptions.

Table 9. Device Information Fields - Advanced Tab

Field

STP Mode

Description

The state of Spanning Tree Protocol. Possible states are:

Disable

- STP is disabled. This is the default state.

Enable

- STP is enabled.

When activating STP, keep in mind that:

• All bridges should run STP.

• Redundancy applications and STP cannot co-exist.

For more information refer to Spanning Tree

Algorithm (STA) in The Reference Guide.

STP Priority

The priority of the bridge as determined by the first quarter of the Bridge ID.

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Table 9. Device Information Fields - Advanced Tab (Continued)

Field

STP Version

STP Max Age

Description

The version of Spanning Tree Protocol to use.

Possible versions include:

Common Spanning Tree 802.1d - The standard spanning tree protocol.

rstp - Rapid spanning tree protocol

802.1w.

The maximum age of Spanning Tree Protocol information learned from the network on any port before it is discarded, in milliseconds. This is the actual value that this device is currently using.

STP Hello Time

The amount of time, in milliseconds, between the transmission of Configuration bridge PDUs by this node on any port when it is the root of the spanning tree or trying to become so. This is the actual value that this device is currently using.

STP Forward Delay

This speed, in milliseconds, at which a port changes its spanning state when moving towards the Forwarding state. The value determines how long the port stays in each of the Listening and Learning states, which precede the Forwarding state. This value is also used, when a topology change has been detected and is underway, to age all dynamic entries in the Forwarding Database.

STP Bridge Max Age

The maximum amount of time before

Spanning recalculates if there is no change in network bridging status.

STP Bridge Hello

Time

The amount of time between sending

Spanning Tree updates if there are no detected changes in the overall bridged network topology.

STP Bridge Forward

The amount of time for the device to begin forwarding packets after recalculating its

Spanning Tree table based on a change in network topology.

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Field Description

IEEE-802.1x Mode

Aging Time (sec)

The status of 802.1x authentication on the device. Possible values are:

Enable - Use 802.1x authentication for connections to this device.

Disable - Do not require authentication for connections to this device.

Amount of time MAC addresses remain in the

CAM table.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

Viewing Module Configuration

The Module Configuration dialog box provides you with information specific to a selected module.

The General tab of the Module Configuration dialog box provides detailed information about the module, such as the module’s position in the device, the module’s type, description, number of ports, mode of operation, and any faults occurring on the module.

The Advanced tab of the Module Configuration dialog box provides information about expansion, cascading, and BUPS (BackUp Power

Supply) modules that are connected to the selected module.

The Power tab of the Module Configuration dialog box provides information about the module’s Power over Ethernet (PoE) configuration.

For more information, refer to Chapter 4, Power Over Ethernet .

If you have a G700 Media Gateway Module, the Module Configuration dialog box includes three additional tabs. For more information, refer to

Chapter 5, G700 Media Gateway .

* Note: The information fields in the Module Configuration dialog box vary according to the type of module selected.

* Note: To view the configuration of an X330WAN expansion module, click the expansion module symbol in the Chassis View.

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Module Configuration - General Tab

To view the General tab of the Module Configuration dialog box for a selected module:

Click the module symbol in the Tree View.

Or

Click the module’s label in the Chassis View. The Module

Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

Figure 7. Module Configuration Dialog Box - General Tab

The following table provides a list of the fields in the General tab of the

Module Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Table 10. Module Configuration Fields - General Tab

Description

Module ID

The position in which the module is located.

There can be up to 10 modules in a device.

Module Type

Module Description

Number of Ports

The module type.

A description of the module type.

The number of ports located on the module.

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Field Description

Software Version

The version of the application software running on the module.

Configuration Symbol

Serial Number

Expansion Type

Expansion Description

Expansion CS

The version of the module. The version is updated whenever there is a functional modification to the module.

A unique number assigned by Avaya Inc. to the selected module.

The type of expansion module in the selected module.

A description of the expansion module in the selected module.

The version of the expansion module. The version is updated whenever there is a functional modification to the module.

Cascading Type

Cascading CS

Route Mode

Operational Status

Fault Messages

The type of cascading module in the selected module. The cascading module is needed to connect modules in the device.

The version of the cascading module. The version is updated whenever there is a functional modification to the module.

The routing mode configured on a C360R module. Routing modes include:

Second Layer - The router module performs as a second layer module and performs no routing functions.

Router - The router module performs full routing functions.

The warning level of the module. Possible values are:

• OK

• Warning

• Fatal

A list of fault messages.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

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Module Configuration - Advanced Tab

To view the Advanced tab of the Module Configuration dialog box for a selected module:

1. Click the module symbol in the Tree View.

Or

Click the module’s label in the Chassis View. The Module

Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

2. Click

Advanced

. The Advanced tab of the Module Configuration dialog box appears.

Figure 8. Module Configuration Dialog Box - Advanced Tab

The following table provides a list of the fields in the Advanced tab of the

Module Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

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Table 11. Module Configuration Fields - Advanced Tab

Description

BUPS Module Type

BUPS Module CS

The type of BUPS (BackUp Power Supply) module in the selected module.

The version of the BUPS (BackUp Power

Supply) module. The version is updated whenever there is a functional modification to the module.

Cascading Up Mon.

Cascade Down Mon.

Internal PS Status

BUPS Status

Determines if the devices in the system are monitored cascading up. The possible values are:

Enable

- Monitors devices in the network cascading up. If the connection is lost, the system reports a error.

Disable

- Does not monitor devices in the network cascading up. If the connection is lost, the system does not report a error.

Determines if the devices in the system are monitored cascading down. The possible values are:

Enable

- Monitors devices in the network cascading down. If the connection is lost, the system reports a error.

Disable

- Does not monitor devices in the network cascading down. If the connection is lost, the system does not report a error.

The operating status of the primary power supply.

The operating status of the BUPS.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

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Viewing LAG Configuration

The LAG Configuration dialog box provides you with information specific to a selected LAG.

The General tab of the LAG Configuration dialog box provides detailed information about the LAG, such as the LAG’s status, name, VLAN tagging mode, VLAN ID, priority level, and mode of operation.

The Advanced tab of the LAG Configuration dialog box provides information about the LAG’s STP configuration.

The Get/Set Toolbar provides an alternative, quick method to view and change a LAG’s configuration. For more information on the Get/Set

Toolbar, refer to “Get/Set Toolbar” on page 21 .

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LAG Configuration - General Tab

To view the General tab of the LAG Configuration dialog box for a selected LAG:

Click the LAG’s symbol in the Tree View.

Or

Click the LAG’s icon in the Chassis View. The LAG Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

Figure 9. LAG Configuration Dialog Box - General Tab

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the General tab of the

LAG Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Port Type

Table 12. LAG Configuration Fields - General Tab

Port Functionality

Description

The type of ports in the selected LAG.

The physical media type of the ports of the selected LAG. If the port conforms to a certain standard (Repeater, Transceiver, 10BaseT, etc.), this standard is displayed. If the port does not conform to any standard, Private is displayed.

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Field

Administrative Status

Description

The administrative state of the selected LAG:

Enabled

- The LAG is enabled and can transmit and receive packets.

Disabled

- The LAG is disabled and cannot transmit or receive packets.

LAG Name

Tagging Mode

VLAN ID

Priority Level

The name of the LAG.

The LAG’s operation mode regarding VLANs.

The possible modes are:

Clear

- Transmits each outgoing packet in untagged format if it belongs to the LAG’s

VLAN. Otherwise, it discards the packet.

IEEE-802.1Q

- VLAN tagging, per IEEE

802.1Q VLAN standard. The LAG will transmit frames with a VLAN ID of 1 -

3071.

The VLAN number of the LAG.

The priority level of packets exiting the LAG.

For effective transmission, multimedia packets must be received isochronously (at regular intervals). To ensure this, you can assign priorities to packets coming out of a LAG.

Whenever traffic load is extreme and a LAG cannot accept all incoming packets, packets sent from a LAG with the highest priority will pass through first. However, a fairness mechanism will allow low priority packets to eventually enter the bus.

Possible values are:

• Regular

• High

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Field Description

Auto Negotiation Mode

Duplex Mode

The configured state of the Auto-Negotiation protocol between two stations. When enabled,

Auto-Negotiation detects the highest common denominator for communication between endstations, and sets both to the same highest common setting. It also delivers remote link status.

For LAGs with 10BaseT and 100BaseT ports,

Auto-Negotiation determines the speed and

Duplex Mode of communication between the endstations. For LAGs with Gigabit ports,

Auto-Negotiation determines the Flow

Control setting of the ports.

For more information, refer to Auto-Negotiation in The Reference Guide.

The state of communication of the selected

LAG. Possible values are:

Full Duplex

- The LAG can send and receive simultaneously.

Half Duplex

- The LAG can either receive or send, but can not do both simultaneously.

Speed Mode

Flow Control Mode

Operational Status

Fault Messages

The speed of communication of the ports on the selected LAG. Possible values are:

Ethernet

- 10 Mbps.

Fast Ethernet

- 100 Mbps.

Gigabit Ethernet

- 1000 Mbps.

The state of flow control on the selected LAG.

The warning level of the ports on the selected

LAG. Possible values are:

• OK

• Warning

• Fatal

A list of fault messages.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

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LAG Configuration - Advanced Tab

To view the Advanced tab of the LAG Configuration dialog box for a selected LAG:

1. Click the LAG’s symbol in the Tree View.

Or

Click the LAG’s icon in the Chassis View. The LAG Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

2. Click

Advanced

. The Advanced tab of the LAG Configuration dialog box appears.

Figure 10. LAG Configuration Dialog Box - Advanced Tab

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LAG Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 13. LAG Configuration Fields - Advanced Tab

Field

Flow Control

Advertisement

LAG STP Mode

Description

The flow control values advertised by the

LAGs on the selected LAG. These values limit the flow control possibilities to be decided by

Auto-Negotiation.

Enables LAG Spanning Tree. The Spanning

Tree mode creates a logical tree topology out of any arrangement of bridges, resulting in a single path between any two end stations. The

Spanning Tree Mode also provides high fault tolerance. The possible states are:

Enable

- Enables the Spanning Tree

Mode.

Disable

- Disables the Spanning Tree

Mode.

For more information refer to Spanning Tree

Algorithm (STA) in The Reference Guide.

LAG STP State

STP Admin Edge

The state of the LAG in terms of the Spanning

Tree Protocol. The possible states are:

Disable - The LAG is disabled.

Blocking - STP is enabled and currently blocking the LAG. The LAG is effectively disabled to prevent the formation of a loop in the network.

Forwarding - The LAG is currently forwarding information received.

The administrative state of the edge LAG parameter. Possible states include:

TRUE - This LAG is assumed to be an edge LAG.

FALSE - This LAG is assumed not to be an edge-LAG.

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Field

STP Oper Edge

STP Admin P2P

STP Oper P2P

STP Admin Path Cost

Description

The operational state of the edge LAG parameter.

TRUE - This LAG is operating in the state specified in STP Admin Edge.

FALSE - A BPDU was received by the

LAG.

The administrative point-to-point status of the

LAN segment attached to this LAG. Possible statuses include:

True - The LAG should always be treated as if it is connected to a point-to-point link.

forceFalse - The LAG should be treated as having a shared media connection.

auto - The LAG is considered to have a point-to-point link if it is an Aggregator and all of its members are aggregative, or if the MAC entity is configured for full duplex operation, either through auto-negotiation or by management means.

The operational point-to-point status of the

LAN segment attached to this LAG. It indicates whether a LAG is considered to have a point-to-point connection or not.

The value is determined by STP Admin P2P.

The administratively assigned value for the contribution of this LAG to the path cost of paths towards the spanning tree root. A value of 0 assigns the automatically calculated default Path Cost value to the LAG.

STP Admin Path Cost complements STP Path

Cost, which returns the operational value of the path cost.

STP Path Cost

The operational cost factor used by Spanning

Tree Algorithm to determine the most efficient route for forwarding traffic to its destination while removing loops in the network.

For more information refer to Spanning Tree

Algorithm (STA) in The Reference Guide.

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Field Description

STP Force Migration

Port Classification

When checked and in RSTP mode, the LAG is forced to transmit RSTP BPDUs.

The classification of a specific LAG. Port

Classification allows network managers to specify each LAG level’s importance. The possible states are:

Regular

- Normal users.

Valuable

- Servers or critical users.

For more information refer to Port

Classificationin The Reference Guide.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

Viewing Port Configuration

The Port Configuration dialog box contains tabs that provide you with information specific to a selected port.

The General tab of the Port Configuration dialog box provides detailed information about the port, such as the port name, type, functionality, status, VLAN ID, mode of operation, and any faults occurring on the port.

The Advanced tab of the Port Configuration dialog box provides detailed information about the port’s STP configuration and port classification.

The 802.1x tab of the Port Configuration dialog box provides detailed information about the port’s 802.1x configuration. For more information about 802.1x security, refer to

Chapter 16, Port Security .

The Power tab of the Port Configuration dialog box provides information about the port’s PoE configuration. For more information about PoE, refer to

Chapter 4, Power Over Ethernet .

The Get/Set Toolbar provides an alternative, quick method to view and change the port’s configuration. For more information on the Get/Set

Toolbar, refer to “Get/Set Toolbar” on page 21 .

* Note: The configuration of ports that participate in a LAG cannot be changed using the Port Configuration dialog box. Use the LAG

Configuration dialog box instead.

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* Note: The information fields in the Port Configuration dialog box vary according to the type of port selected.

Port Configuration - General Tab

To view the General tab of the Port Configuration dialog box for a selected port:

Click the port symbol in the Chassis View.

Or

Click the port’s icon in the Tree View. The Port Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

Figure 11. Port Configuration Dialog Box - General Tab

The following table provides a list of the fields in the General tab of the

Port Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

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Port Name

Table 14. Port Configuration Fields - General Tab

Description

The user can define a logical name to the port for ease of use.

Port Type

Port Functionality

Administrative Status

LAG Name

The port type; optionally includes reference to the module to which it is attached and port connector type.

The physical media type of the selected port. If the port conforms to a certain standard

(Repeater, Transceiver, 10BaseT, etc.), this standard is displayed. If the port does not conform to any standard, Private is displayed.

The administrative state of the selected port:

Enabled

- The port is enabled and can transmit and receive packets.

Disabled

- The port is disabled and cannot transmit or receive packets.

The name of the LAG of which the port is a member. If the port is not a member of a LAG, the LAG Name is not in LAG.

Tagging Mode

VLAN ID

The port’s operation mode regarding VLANs.

The possible modes are:

Clear

- Transmits each outgoing packet in untagged format if it belongs to the port’s

VLAN. Otherwise, it discards the packet.

IEEE-802.1Q

- VLAN tagging, per IEEE

802.1Q VLAN standard. The port will transmit frames with a VLAN ID of 1 -

3071.

The VLAN number of the port.

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Field

Port Priority Level

Auto Negotiation Mode

Description

The priority level of packets exiting the port or ports on the module. For effective transmission, multimedia packets must be received isochronously (at regular intervals).

To ensure this, you can assign priorities to packets coming out of a port.

Whenever traffic load is extreme and a port cannot accept all incoming packets, packets sent from a port with the highest priority will pass through first. However, a fairness mechanism will allow low priority packets to eventually enter the bus.

Possible values are:

• Regular

• High

The configured state of the Auto-Negotiation protocol between two stations. When enabled,

Auto-Negotiation detects the highest common denominator for communication between endstations, and sets both to the same highest common setting. It also delivers remote link status.

For 10BaseT and 100BaseT ports,

Auto-Negotiation determines the speed and

Duplex Mode of communication between the endstations. For Gigabit ports, Auto-

Negotiation determines the Flow Control setting of the ports.

For more information, refer to Auto-Negotiation in The Reference Guide.

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Field Description

Auto Negotiation

Status

The operational state of the Auto-Negotiation protocol between two stations. Possible statuses are:

Pass

- The Auto-Negotiation protocol is enabled and a common protocol has been established.

In progress

- The Auto-Negotiation protocol is in the process of detecting the communication capabilities of the endstations and setting them to the highest common denominator.

Fail

- The Auto-Negotiation protocol was not able to detect the communication capabilities of the end station, or was unable to set them to the highest common denominator.

Disabled

- The Auto-Negotiation protocol is disabled.

Duplex Mode

Speed Mode

Flow Control Mode

Operational Status

Fault Messages

The state of communication of the selected port. Possible values are:

Full Duplex

- The port can send and receive simultaneously.

Half Duplex

- The port can either receive or send, but can not do both simultaneously.

The speed of communication of the selected port. Possible values are:

Ethernet

- 10 Mbps.

Fast Ethernet

- 100 Mbps.

Gigabit Ethernet

- 1000 Mbps.

The state of flow control on the selected port.

The warning level of the selected port.

Possible values are:

• OK

• Warning

• Fatal

A list of fault messages.

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Port Configuration - Advanced Tab

To view the Advanced tab of the Port Configuration dialog box for a selected port:

1. Click the port symbol in the Chassis View.

Or

Click the port’s icon in the Tree View. The Port Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

2. Click

Advanced

. The Advanced tab of the Port Configuration dialog box appears.

Figure 12. Port Configuration Dialog Box - Advanced Tab

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Port Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 15. Port Configuration Fields - Advanced Tab

Field

Port STP Mode

Description

Enables Port Spanning Tree. The Spanning

Tree mode creates a logical tree topology out of any arrangement of bridges, resulting in a single path between any two end stations. The

Spanning Tree Mode also provides high fault tolerance. The possible states are:

Enable

- Enables the Spanning Tree

Mode.

Disable

- Disables the Spanning Tree

Mode.

For more information refer to Spanning Tree

Algorithm (STA) in The Reference Guide.

Port STP State

STP Admin Edge

STP Oper Edge

The state of the port in terms of the Spanning

Tree Protocol. The possible states are:

Disable - The port is disabled.

Blocking - STP is enabled and currently blocking the port. The port is effectively disabled to prevent the formation of a loop in the network.

Forwarding - The port is currently forwarding information received.

The administrative state of the edge port parameter. Possible states include:

TRUE - This port is assumed to be an edge port.

FALSE - This port is assumed not to be an edge-port.

The operational state of the edge port parameter.

TRUE - This port is operating in the state specified in STP Admin Edge.

FALSE - A BPDU was received by the port.

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Field

STP Admin P2P

STP Oper P2P

STP Admin Path Cost

Description

The administrative point-to-point status of the

LAN segment attached to this port. Possible statuses include:

True - The port should always be treated as if it is connected to a point-to-point link.

forceFalse - The port should be treated as having a shared media connection.

auto - The port is considered to have a point-to-point link if it is an Aggregator and all of its members are aggregative, or if the MAC entity is configured for full duplex operation, either through auto-negotiation or by management means.

The operational point-to-point status of the

LAN segment attached to this port. It indicates whether a port is considered to have a point-to-point connection or not.

The value is determined by STP Admin P2P.

The administratively assigned value for the contribution of this port to the path cost of paths towards the spanning tree root. A value of 0 assigns the automatically calculated default Path Cost value to the port.

STP Admin Path Cost complements STP Path

Cost, which returns the operational value of the path cost.

STP Path Cost

STP Priority

STP Force Migration

The operational cost factor used by Spanning

Tree Algorithm to determine the most efficient route for forwarding traffic to its destination while removing loops in the network.

For more information refer to Spanning Tree

Algorithm (STA) in The Reference Guide.

The priority factor used by STP to determine the activity status of an individual port on the

Spanning Tree.

When checked and in RSTP mode, the port is forced to transmit RSTP BPDUs.

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Field Description

Port Classification

The classification of a specific port. Port

Classification allows network managers to specify each port level’s importance. The possible states are:

Regular

- Normal users.

Valuable

- Servers or critical users.

For more information refer to Port

Classificationin The Reference Guide.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

Resetting the Device

You can reset the entire Avaya C360 Device, or one or more of its individual modules.

To reset the entire Avaya C360 Device:

1. Select

Action > Reset Device

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

2. Click

Yes

. The device resets.

To reset an individual Avaya C360 module:

1. Click the label of the module you want to reset.

To select multiple modules, press CTRL while clicking additional module labels.

2. Select

Actions > Reset Module(s)

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

3. Click

Yes

. The selected module resets.

To reset an individual G700 Media Module:

1. Click the label of the G700 Media Module you want to reset.

To select multiple modules, press CTRL while clicking additional module labels.

2. Select

Actions > Reset Media Module(s)

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

3. Click

Yes

. The selected module resets.

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To reset an individual Avaya X330WAN module:

1. Click the label of the X330WAN module you want to reset.

To select multiple modules, press CTRL while clicking additional module labels.

2. Select

Actions > Reset WAN Plugin(s)

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

3. Click

Yes

. The selected module resets.

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Power Over Ethernet

This chapter provides information about Power over Ethernet (PoE) and includes the following sections:

PoE Overview

- An overview of Power over Ethernet

functionality in Avaya C360 devices.

Viewing PoE Information

- Information about viewing PoE

port information and configuring PoE on a module and port level.

PoE Overview

PoE provides power to IP telephones over an Ethernet line using an

Avaya C360 device. The power is transmitted via the device’s ports to the

IP telephones over the same cable carrying IP packets.

The Avaya C360 device automatically discovers the connection and removal of IP telephones from the in-line powered ports and provides power accordingly.

The Avaya C360 provides the power using an internal 225 watt power supply over a 48 volt feed. It is possible to attach an external power supply either for additional power, or as an alternative power supply should the internal power supply fail.

In addition, you can configure power priorities per port ensuring that important equipment is guaranteed power whenever necessary.

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Viewing PoE Information

This section provides information about viewing port information and configuring PoE on the port and module level, and includes the following:

Viewing PoE Port Information

Viewing PoE Configuration

Viewing PoE Port Information

The Chassis View provides immediate information about PoE. Ports that are currently supplying power to IP telephones are labeled with a lightning bolt.

Viewing PoE Configuration

You can view PoE configuration information on the module and port levels.

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PoE Module

Configuration

To view the PoE configuration on a module that supports PoE, select the

Power

tab in the module’s configuration dialog box. For information on opening the Module Configuration dialog box, refer to

“Viewing Module

Configuration” on page 36

.

Figure 13. Module Configuration - Power Tab

The following table provides a list of the fields in the Power tab of the

Module Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 16. Module Configuration - Power Fields

Field

PoE Power

Consumption [W]

Description

The current power consumption of the devices attached to the module.

Internal PS PoE

Allocation[W}

The total available power output that can be allocated by the module’s internal power supply (in Watts).

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Configuration

To view the PoE configuration on a port that supports PoE, select the

Power

tab in the port’s configuration dialog box. For more information on opening the Port Configuration dialog box, refer to

“Viewing Port

Configuration” on page 48 .

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the Power tab of the

Module Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 17. Port Configuration - Power Fields

Field

Administrative Status

Description

The administrative state of power on this port.

Possible states include:

Enable - This port can supply power to

IP telephones.

Disable - This port cannot supply power to IP telephones.

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Description

Detection Status

The operational state of power on this port.

Possible states include:

Searching - Port is currently being polled.

Delivering Power- This port is supplying power to an IP telephone.

Failed - This port is currently not supplying power to an IP telephone.

Power Priority

The priority of the power being supplied by this port. When the demand for power exceeds the modules capacity, ports with lower priority will be prevented from supplying power before ports with a higher priority. Possible priorities include:

• Critical

• High

• Low

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G700 Media Gateway

This chapter provides information about the Avaya G700 Media

Gateway and includes the following sections:

G700 Media Gateway Overview

- An overview of G700

functionality in Avaya C360 Devices.

G700 Configuration

- Information about viewing and

configuring G700 components.

Avaya Site Administration

- Information about Avaya’s gatekeeper software.

G700 Media Gateway Overview

G700 is a family of components which can deliver data, voice, fax, and messaging capabilities over an IP network.

The heart of the G700 system is the Media Gateway. The Media Gateway is a VoIP system that acts as an IP PBX and messaging server and a VoIP gateway. In addition, it performs the function of a gatekeeper and an IP media management resource for tone detection and generation, conferencing, and call classification.

The Media Gateway components are controlled through the Media

Gateway Processor (MGP). The MGP detects when a media module is inserted or removed and transfers information from the VoIP engine to the other components.

G700 converges the power of Avaya Call Processing (ACP) software with the power of distributed switching from the Avaya C360 Device. It provides IP PBX functionality using open standards and an open operating system. The G700 device connects to ACP using either an internal or external call controller. The ACP serves as the G700’s gatekeeper.

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G700 Configuration

This section describes how to view and set the various configuration parameters relevant to the G700 Media Gateway. It includes the following sections:

Viewing Module Configuration

- View information specific to a

G700 Media Gateway module in the device.

Viewing Media Module Configuration

- View information

specific to a Media Module in the device.

Viewing Module Configuration

The Module Configuration dialog box provides you with information about a selected module. To view the configuration of a module:

Click the module symbol in the Tree View.

Or

Click the module’s label in the Chassis View. The Module

Configuration dialog box opens.

The Module Configuration dialog box for G700 modules contains four tabs:

Switch Config

MG Config

MGP Config

MGC Config

* Note: For information about configuring Avaya C360 Modules other than the G700 Media Gateway, refer to

“Viewing Module

Configuration” on page 36

.

Switch

Config

The Switch Config tab provides detailed information about the module, such as the module’s position in the device, the module’s type, description, number of ports, and any faults occurring on the module.

For information about the fields in the Switch tab, refer to

“Viewing

Module Configuration” on page 36

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MG Config

The MG Config tab provides information about the Media Gateway’s hardware configuration and operational status.

Figure 15. MG Config Tab

The following table lists the fields in the MG Config tab of the Module

Configuration dialog box and their descriptions.

Field

Model Number

Description

Serial #

HW Vintage

Operational Status

Table 18. MG Config Parameters

Description

The model number of the media gateway.

A description of the gateway.

The serial number of the gateway.

The hardware vintage version of the gateway.

The operational status of the media gateway.

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MGP Config

The MGP Config tab provides hardware information about the Media

Gateway Processor. In addition, the MGP Config tab is used to configure

IP, VLAN, and QoS parameters.

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General

The upper section of the MGP Config tab provides general information about a specific Media Gateway Processor.

The following table lists the General fields and their description.

Table 19. MGP Config Tab - General Parameters

Field

MG Identifier

Description

MAC address

FW version

The ID of the MG that helps link the C360 module’s port identification with the G700

Media Gateway’s port identification.

The MAC address of the media gateway processor.

The firmware version of the media gateway processor.

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IP Address Settings

You can manually configure the IP address settings for the Media

Gateway, or you can use a DHCP server. If you choose to use a DHCP server and it is not available, the manually configured settings are used.

The

Current IP

box displays the IP address configuration currently being used. If you are using a DHCP server, the information is received from the

DHCP server, unless the DHCP server is not reachable. The information in the

Current IP

box is Read-only.

The

Configuration IP

box displays the IP configuration that is used either when you are not using a DHCP server, or if the DHCP server is not reachable.

The following table lists the IP address settings fields and their descriptions.

Table 20. MGP Config - IP Address Settings Parameters

Field

Use DHCP for IP

Description

The source of the Media Gateway’s IP address, subnet mask, and gateway.

Checked - The Media Gateway tries to receive the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address from the DHCP server.

Unchecked - The

Configuration IP

settings are used.

* Note: The

Use DHCP for IP

field is read-only, and can be configured using the CLI. For more information on CLI commands, refer to the

Avaya C360 User’s Guide.

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Default Gateway

The IP address of the gateway processor.

The subnet mask of the gateway processor.

When

Use DHCP for IP

is unchecked, the Subnet

Mask is configured using the CLI. For more information on CLI commands, refer to the

Avaya C360 User’s Guide.

The default gateway of the gateway processor.

When

Use DHCP for IP

is unchecked, the

Gateway is configured using the CLI. For more information on CLI commands, refer to the

Avaya C360 User’s Guide.

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VLAN Settings

You can manually configure the VLAN to which the G700 Media Gateway belongs, or you can use a DHCP server.

The

Current VLAN

field displays the actual ID that you are using. If you are using a DHCP server, this information comes from the DHCP server, unless the server is not available. If you are not using a DHCP server, the information is taken from the

Configuration VLAN

field.

If you choose to use a DHCP server and it is not available, the VLAN ID is taken from the

Configuration VLAN

field.

The following table lists the VLAN settings fields and their descriptions.

Table 21. MGP Config - VLAN Settings Parameters

Field

Use DHCP for VLAN

Description

The source of the Media Gateway’s VLAN ID.

Checked - The gateway receives its VLAN

ID from the DHCP server. If the server is not available, the VLAN ID is taken from the

Configuration VLAN

field.

Unchecked - The gateway receives its

VLAN ID from the

Configuration VLAN

field.

* Note: The

Use DHCP for VLAN

field is read-only, and can be configured using the CLI. For more information on CLI commands, refer to the

Avaya C360 User’s Guide.

VLAN ID

The VLAN ID of the gateway.

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QoS Parameters

QoS can be controlled either locally or remotely. If control is remote, the information for these fields comes from the gatekeeper. If control is local, you can configure the

802 Priority

and

DSCP

fields.

The following table lists the QoS parameters and their descriptions.

Field

QoS Control

802 Priority

DSCP

Table 22. MGP Config - QoS Parameters

Description

The source of QoS control. This parameter can only be changed via the CLI. Possible values are:

Local - The processor is using the local

QoS parameters. The

802 Priority

and

DSCP fields can be configured.

Remote - The processor is receiving QoS parameters from the Media Gateway

Processor. All QoS parameters are Readonly.

Priority based on a 802.1p standard, which assigns rights and privileges to users of a telephony network. Possible values are 0 - 7.

Priority based on a technology by which packets are marked in the IP header Type of Service

(ToS) byte as belonging to a certain class.

Possible values range are 0 - 63.

In addition, the operational status of the MGP and any faults on the MGP appear at the bottom of the MGP Config tab.

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MGC Config

The MGC Config tab provides information about the Media Gateway

Controller’s settings, IP address, and registration information.

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MGC IP Settings

The MGC registers with the Media Gateway, after which it receives its IP address from the Media Gateway. After you register, the Link Status will be

Up,

and an IP address will appear.

The following table lists the MGC IP Settings fields and their descriptions.

Table 23. MGC Config - MGC IP Settings Parameters

Field

MGC IP Address

Registered status

H248 Link Status

Description

The IP address of the call controller serving the media gateway.

Shows whether this media gateway is currently registered with any call controller.

Status of the link connecting the media gateway to the active call controller.

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Field

Use DHCP

Description

The source for the MGCs IP address.

Checked - The gateway or VoIP engine receives its controller IP address from the

DHCP server. If the DHCP server is not available, an IP address in the

Configurable

MGC List

is used.

Unchecked - The gateway or VoIP engine will receive a static IP address from the

Configurable MGC List

.

* Note: The

Use DHCP

field is read-only, and can be configured using the CLI. For more information on CLI commands, refer to the Avaya C360 User’s Guide.

MGC Lists

The MGC List provides a list of controllers. If the MGP is unable to establish a connection with the first controller in the list, the MGP will try to establish a connection with the next controller in the list. This process continues until a connection is established with one of the controllers.

You can manually configure the MGC list or you can get the MGC list from the DHCP server.

To add an entry to the Configurable MGC list:

1. Click

Insert

. A new row appears.

2. Enter the IP address for the entry. The new entry is created.

The MGCs are registered in the order that they appear in the MGC list.

To modify an entry in the Configurable MGC list, modify the information in the entry’s row in the table.

To delete an entry from the Configurable MGC list:

1. Select the entry in the list.

2. Click

Delete

. The entry is deleted.

To select more than one entry, press SHIFT while selecting additional entries.

* Note: To apply the changes to the MGC list, click

Apply

.

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Viewing Media Module Configuration

To view the Media Module Configuration dialog box:

In Configuration Mode, click the media module symbol in the Tree

View.

Or

Click the media module’s label in the Chassis View. The Media

Module Configuration dialog box opens.

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The Media Module Configuration dialog box provides information about a specific media module, including a brief description of the media module, the number of ports, and its operational status.

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The following table lists the fields in the Media Module Configuration dialog box and their description.

Field

Table 24. Media Module Configuration Parameters

Description

MM Identifier

MM Type

The Media Module’s identifier.

The type of Media Module. Possible values are:

• E1/T1

• ISDN BRI

• Analog

• Digital

• VoIP

• ICC

MM Description

Serial #

HW Version

FW Version

Number of Ports

Operational Status

An optional description of the specific Media

Module.

The serial number of the Media Module.

The version of the Media Module’s hardware.

The firmware version of the Media Module.

The number of ports on the Media Module.

The operational status of the Media Module.

Avaya Site Administration

Avaya Site Administration (ASA) is an administration tool for Avaya Call

Processing call control software. ASA is used to configure the current

MGC, G700 Media Gateway, or an individual voice port.

To launch ASA on an MGC, G700 Media Gateway, or voice port:

1. Click the component in the Tree View or Chassis View.

2. Click .

Or

Select

Tools > Administer Station/Gateway

. ASA opens with the configuration form of the selected component.

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If you have a registered call controller MM installed in your G700 Media

Gateway, you can launch ASA on the call controller. To launch ASA on a registered call controller media module:

1. Select the registered call controller media module.

2. Select

Tools > Administer Call Controller

. ASA opens on the selected call controller.

For more information about ASA, refer to Definity Enterprise

Management documentation.

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VoIP Engine Configuration

This chapter provides information and instructions for viewing and configuring the VoIP Engine features. It includes the following sections:

VoIP Overview

- An overview of VoIP Engine functionality in

G700 Media Gateway modules.

Configuring the VoIP Engine

- Instructions for viewing and configuring VoIP Engine parameters.

VoIP Overview

The VoIP Engine translates information between different VoIP and data protocols. The G700 device manager comes with an internal VoIP engine that supports up to 32 simultaneous sessions. Support for an additional

32 simultaneous sessions can be added by inserting a VoIP Media

Module in the G700 Media Gateway Module.

Configuring the VoIP Engine

You can view information and configure parameters for the VoIP Engine using the VoIP Engine dialog box. To view the VoIP Engine dialog box:

1. Select a G700 Media Gateway module.

2. Select

Configure > MediaGateway > VoIP Configuration

. The

VoIP Engine dialog box opens.

The VoIP Configuration dialog box contains three tabs:

VoIP Resources

VoIP Config

VoIP Status

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VoIP Resources

The

VoIP resources

tab provides administration parameters common to all

VoIP engines, such as the number of engines, QoS parameters, RTCP configuration, and RSVP configuration.

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The upper section of this dialog box displays general information common to all VoIP engines.

The following table lists the general fields in the

VoIP resources

tab of the

VoIP Engine dialog box and their description.

Table 25. VoIP resources - General Parameters

Field

VoIP Engine #

Description

The number of VoIP engines in the media gateway.

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Field

Use DHCP

Description

The source of the VoIP engine’s controller IP address.

Checked - Each VoIP engine receives its controller IP address from the DHCP server.

Unchecked - The VoIP engine uses a static IP address from the MGC list.

* Note: The

Use DHCP

field is read-only, and can be configured using the CLI. For more information on CLI commands, refer to the Avaya C360

User’s Guide.

RTP port Min

RTP port Max

The minimum range of UDP ports assigned by the call controller for RTP traffic. The value ranges between 1 - 65534.

The maximum range of UDP ports assigned by the call controller for RTP traffic. The value ranges between 3 - 65535.

QoS

QoS can be controlled either locally or remotely. If control is local, it is possible to configure QoS, RTCP, and RSVP parameters. If control is remote, QoS parameters are determined by the MGC.

The following table lists the QoS fields and their descriptions.

Field

QoS Control

Table 26. VoIP resources - QoS Parameters

Description

The source of QoS control. This parameter can only be changed via the CLI. Possible values are:

Local - The processor uses the local QoS parameters. If the processor is using the local QoS parameters, the

802 Priority

,

EF

DSCP

, and

BBE DSCP

fields can be configured.

Remote - The processor receives its QoS parameters from the Media Gateway

Controller. All QoS parameters are Readonly.

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Table 26. VoIP resources - QoS Parameters (Continued)

Field Description

802 Priority

EF DSCP

Priority based on a CoS standard which assigns rights and privileges to users of a telephony network. Possible values are 0 - 7.

A type of differentiated service used to provide guaranteed bandwidth across a network.

If sufficient bandwidth is available, the

Expedited Forwarding class can be used.

The values range are 0 - 63.

BBE DSCP

A DiffServ class which is used per call to achieve the greatest possible bandwidth. The values range between 0 - 63.

RTCP Monitoring

RTCP is an IP protocol that is used to monitor the quality of RTP packets.

Quality is measured in terms of delay, jitter, and packet loss.

If RTCP monitoring is enabled, the VoIP engines send RTCP packets to the

RTCP monitor. You must configure an IP address for the RTCP monitor, and determine intervals at which the RTCP data is checked.

The following table lists the RTCP monitoring fields and their descriptions.

Table 27. VoIP resources - RTCP monitoring Parameters

Field Description

Monitoring Enabled

The status of RTCP monitoring.

Checked - RTCP monitoring is enabled.

Unchecked - RTCP monitoring is disabled.

IP address

Port

Report Period

The IP address of the RTCP monitor.

The port monitored by RTCP.

The interval for RTCP reports.

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RSVP

RSVP is a protocol that signals the router to reserve bandwidth.

If RSVP is enabled, the G700 Media Gateway tries to reserve a specific amount of bandwidth per call session. If this fails, the Media Gateway tries to reallocate the bandwidth during the call session.

The following table lists the RSVP fields and their description.

Table 28. VoIP resources - RSVP Parameters

Field

RSVP Enabled

Retry on failure

Description

The Status of RSVP usage.

Checked - The G700 Media Gateway will try to reserve bandwidth per call. If it fails, the G700 Media Gateway will try again during the call.

Unchecked - RSVP is not enabled.

The action the VoIP engine takes after an RSVP request fails.

Checked - The VoIP engine resends a

RSVP request if the first attempt failed.

Unchecked - The VoIP Engine drops the

RSVP request, and the Retry Delay field is ignored.

Retry Delay

Service profile

The interval the VoIP Engine waits after a failed

RSVP request before sending the new request.

The interval ranges between 0.5 - 60 seconds.

The type of service being provided.

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VoIP Config

The

VoIP config

tab allows you to view information about a specific VoIP engine’s configuration.

Figure 20. VoIP config Tab

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If a DHCP server is being used, the IP address for the VoIP engine is taken from the DHCP server. Otherwise, you can configure the IP address to be used in the IP Static Address field. In addition, it is possible to see how many VoIP channels are available on this engine.

The information in the

VoIP config

tab is provided by the VoIP engine and is refreshed periodically.

The following table lists the fields in the VoIP config tab and their description.

Field

Slot #

MAC address

FW Version

IP Static address

Table 29. VoIP config Parameters

Description

The slot in which the VoIP media module engine is located.

The MAC address of the VoIP engine.

The firmware version on the VoIP engine.

The IP address assigned to the VoIP Engine when not using the DHCP server.

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Field

IP current address

Description

The current IP address of the VoIP engine.

Total Voice Channels

Total number of channels available for this VoIP engine.

VoIP Status

The

VoIP status tab provides information about a specific engine’s operational status, jitter buffer size, and number of sessions open.

Figure 21. VoIP status Tab

The information in the

VoIP status

tab is provided by the VoIP engine and is refreshed periodically.

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The following table lists the fields in the

VoIP status

tab and their descriptions.

Field

Slot #

Channels in Use

Jitter Buffer Size

VoIP State

Operational Status

Table 30. VoIP status Parameters

Description

The slot in which the VoIP engine is located.

The number of channels currently being used.

The jitter buffer is a temporary storage area built into the receiver of each gateway. It uses a mechanism to remove the random delays between packets, which occur as the packets are routed through the network.

The state of the VoIP engine.

The operational status of the VoIP engine.

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WAN Configuration

This chapter provides information about configuring Avaya X330WAN

Expansion Modules and includes the following sections:

X330WAN Overview

- An overview of X330WAN functionality

in Avaya C360 Devices.

Avaya X330WAN Expansion Module Configuration

-

Information about viewing and configuring the X330WAN

Expansion Module.

E1/T1 Port Configuration

- Information about viewing and configuring the E1/T1 ports on an X330WAN Expansion Module.

Viewing Channel Group Information

- Information about

viewing and configuring channel groups on E1/T1 ports.

Managing Channel Groups

- Information about managing

channel groups on E1/T1 ports.

USP Configuration

- Information about viewing and configuring the Universal Serial ports (USPs) on an X330WAN

Expansion Module.

Backup Interface Configuration

- Information about viewing

and configuring Backup interfaces.

For information on configuring the X330WAN’s Ethernet ports, refer to

“Viewing Port Configuration” on page 48 .

X330WAN Overview

The X330WAN is a WAN expansion module that can be inserted into modules of the Avaya C360 line that include an expansion slot.

The X330WAN Expansion Module adds WAN connectivity to the

Avaya C360 stackable line. WAN connectivity provides a link to the

WAN enabling heavy data transfer over long distances. A WAN connection can connect branch offices to headquarters. In addition,

WAN connectivity is essential for providing access to the Internet.

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Configuration

The X330WAN Expansion Module configuration dialog box provides you with information specific to a selected WAN expansion module. To view the configuration of an expansion module:

Click the expansion module symbol in the Tree View.

Or

Click the expansion module’s label in the Chassis View. The

Expansion Module dialog box opens.

Figure 22. Expansion Module Dialog Box

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The Expansion Module dialog box provides detailed information about the module, such as the module’s name, IP address, location, description and serial number.

For information about the fields in the Expansion Module dialog box, refer to

“Viewing Module Configuration” on page 36 .

To apply changes to the X330WAN module configuration, click

Apply

.

To save the changes to the X330WAN module configuration to the startup configuration, click saved.

. The configuration changes are

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E1/T1 Port Configuration

In addition to the Ethernet ports found on an Avaya C360 device, the

X330WAN expansion module may have E1/T1 ports. This section provides information on viewing and configuring E1/T1 port parameters.

To display the E1/T1 Port Configuration dialog box, click the E1/T1 port’s symbol in the Chassis View or the Tree View. The E1/T1 Port

Configuration dialog box opens.

Figure 23. E1/T1 Port Configuration Dialog Box

The E1/T1 port is used to connect to an E1 or T1 line. The E1/T1 Port

Configuration dialog box provides configuration and status information about the E1/T1 port.

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The following table lists the E1/T1 Port Configuration fields and their descriptions:

Field

Description

Port Type

Table 31. E1/T1 Port Configuration Parameters

Description

The E1/T1 port description.

The type of E1/T1 port. Possible values are:

E1 - For E1 and ISDN lines with 32 available channels.

T1 - For T1 lines with 24 available channels.

Port Functionality

Administrative

Status

The type of E1 or T1 line.

The state of the selected port. Possible values are:

Enabled - The port is enabled and can transmit and receive packets.

Disabled - The port is disabled and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Operational Status

The operational status of the port.

Framing

The type of framing.

For an E1 line:

• CRC4

• no-CRC4

• Unframed

* Note: If Unframed is selected, all channels are used for an unframed Channel Group, and the Advanced tab does not appear in the Channel Group dialog box.

Idle Characters

For a T1 line:

• ESF

• SF

The bit pattern used to signify an idle line.

Possible patterns include:

• Flags

• Mark

• PSAX

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Field Description

Linecode

The type of linecode. Possible values are:

For an E1 line:

• HDB3

• AMI

For a T1 line:

• B8ZS

• AMI

The recommended maximum cable length.

Cablelength

(T1 only)

Gain

(T1 only) The gain on this interface.

Clock Source

FDL

(T1 only)

Local Loopback

Remote Loopback

(T1 only)

The source of the Transmit Clock. Possible sources include:

Line - The recovered receive clock is used as the transmit clock.

Internal - The local clock is used as the transmit clock.

The type of FDL used on this interface. Possible types include:

• ANSI

• AT&T

Both - ANSI and AT&T FDl are both used on this interface.

A request to use a local loopback. A local loopback can be performed using:

• No Loopback

• Payload Loopback

• Line Loopback

• Diag Loopback

A request to use a remote loopback. A remote loopback can be performed using:

• No Remote Loopback

• Remote Line

• Remote Payload

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Field Description

Loopback status

The type of loopback currently used by the port.

Possible values are:

• Near End Payload

• Near End Line

• Near End Inward

• Far End Payload

• Far End Line

Fault Messages

Any faults that occurred on the port.

Viewing Channel Group Information

The Channel Group dialog box contains provide information specific to a selected Channel Group. The tabs that appear in the Channel Group dialog box are dependant on the encapsulation method of the selected

Channel Group.

To view the Channel Group dialog box for a specific Channel Group:

1. Click a Channel Group symbol in the Chassis View. A list of

Channel Groups appears.

2. Click the Channel Group for which you want to view information.

The Channel Group dialog box for the selected Channel Group opens.

* Note: Clicking

New

opens the Channel Group wizard, enabling creation of a new Channel Group on the selected port. For information about the Channel Group Wizard, refer to

“The

Channel Group Wizard” on page 107 .

Channel Group - PPP Session Information

The Channel Group dialog box for Channel Groups using PPP Sessions contains three tabs:

Channel Group

- Basic information about the Channel Group.

Advanced

- Information about the channels that comprise the

Channel Group.

PPP

- Information about PPP on the Channel Group.

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WAN Configuration

The Channel Group tab of the Channel Group dialog box provides basic information about the selected Channel Group.

To view the Channel Group tab of the Channel Group dialog box:

1. Click a Channel Group icon in the Chassis View. A list of Channel

Groups on the port appears.

2. Click the Channel Group you want to configure. The Channel

Group dialog box opens with the Channel Group tab.

Figure 24. Channel Group Dialog Box - Channel Group Tab

The following table provides a list of the fields in the Channel Group tab of the Channel Group dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Description

Port Type

Table 32. Channel Group Dialog Box -

Channel Group Parameters

Description

Port Functionality

A description of the PPP session.

The port type.

The framing mode of the port. Possible modes are:

• ds0 bundle

Unframed E1 (for E1 ports only)

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Field

Encapsulation

Bandwidth

Table 32. Channel Group Dialog Box -

Channel Group Parameters (Continued)

Description

The encapsulation method for the PPP session.

Possible encapsulation types are:

• PPP

• Frame Relay

The effective bandwidth of the PPP session.

Administrative Status

VoIP Queue

The administrative state of the PPP session:

Enable - The PPP session is enabled.

Disable - The PPP session is disabled.

The state of VoIP queuing on the PPP session.

VoIP queuing changes the length of the high priority queue providing support for the configuration of a maximum VoIP delay.

Possible states include:

On - Voip queuing is active on the PPP session. This enables the device’s queues to optimally service VoIP applications.

Off - Voip queuing is not active on the

PPP session.

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Table 32. Channel Group Dialog Box -

Channel Group Parameters (Continued)

Field

Operational Status

Description

The operational status of the interface.

Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

The Advanced tab of the Channel Groups dialog box provides information about the channels that comprise the selected Channel Group and the

Channel Group’s speed factor.

To view the Advanced tab of the Channel Group dialog box:

1. Click a Channel Group icon in the Chassis View. A list of Channel

Groups on the port appears.

2. Click the Channel Group you want to configure. The Channel

Group dialog box opens with the Channel Group tab.

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3. Click

Advanced

. The Advanced tab of the Channel Group dialog box appears.

Figure 25. Channel Group Dialog Box - Advanced Tab

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To configure the channels that comprise the Channel Group, check the checkboxes next to the channels you want included in the Channel

Group. Uncheck the checkboxes next to the channels you want to remove from the Channel Group.

* Note: Channels that belong to other Channel Groups appear gray with the name of the Channel Group to which they belong.

These channels cannot be added to the selected Channel

Group.

To configure the speed factor of the Channel Group, select a Channel

Group speed factor from the

Speed Factor

pull-down listbox.

The PPP tab of the Channel Groups dialog box provides configuration information for the PPP interface of the selected Channel Group.

To view the PPP tab of the Channel Group dialog box:

1. Click a Channel Group icon in the Chassis View. A list of Channel

Groups on the port appears.

2. Click the Channel Group you want to configure. The Channel

Group dialog box opens with the Channel Group tab.

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3. Click

PPP

. The PPP tab of the Channel Group dialog box appears.

Figure 26. Channel Group Dialog Box - PPP Tab

The following table provides a list of the fields in the PPP tab of the

Channel Group dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 33. Channel Group Dialog Box - PPP Parameters

Field

Peer Address

Description

The IP address of the PPP session’s peer device.

MTU

Keepalive

Administrative Status

The size (in octets) of the largest datagram that can be sent via the PPP session.

The time, in seconds, between keepalive messages. A value of 0 means that keepalive messages are not sent.

The administrative state of the PPP session:

Enable - The PPP session is enabled.

Disable - The PPP session is disabled.

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Field Description

Operational Status

IPCP Status

The operational status of the PPP interface.

Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

IP Control Protocol. The state of IPCP for this

PPP session. IP packets can only be transmitted and received over the PPP session when the IPCP status is Open. Possible statuses include:

• Open

• Not-Opened

Channel Group - Frame Relay Information

The Channel Group dialog box for Channel Groups using frame relay contains five tabs:

Channel Group

- Basic information about the Channel Group.

For information on the fields in the Channel Group tab of the

Channel Group - Frame Relay dialog box, refer to

“Channel

Group” on page 91 .

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Advanced

- Information about the channels that comprise the

Channel Group. For information on the fields in the Advanced tab of the Channel Group - Frame Relay dialog box, refer to

“Advanced” on page 93 .

Frame Relay

- Information about frame relay on the Channel

Group.

Sub-Interfaces

- Information about the Channel Group’s sub-

frame relays.

DLCIs

- DLCI information for the Channel Group.

Frame Relay

The Frame Relay tab of the Channel Group dialog box provides information about the frame relay configuration of the Channel Group.

To view the Frame Relay tab of the Channel Group dialog box:

1. Click a Channel Group icon in the Chassis View. A list of Channel

Groups on the port appears.

2. Click the Channel Group you want to configure. The Channel

Group dialog box opens with the Channel Group tab.

3. Click

Frame Relay

. The Frame Relay tab of the Channel Group dialog box appears.

Figure 27. Channel Group Dialog Box - Frame Relay Tab

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the Frame Relay tab of the Channel Group dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

LMI Type

LMI AutoSense

Admin State

Table 34. Channel Group Dialog Box -

Frame Relay Parameters

Description

Local Management Interface Type. The Data

Link Connection Management scheme used by the frame relay interface. Possible values are:

• ANSI

• q933a

• lmi-rev1

Local Management Interface Auto-Sensing is a method for automatically determining the

LMI Type for the interface. Possible values are:

• Enable

• Disable

The administrative state of the frame relay interface. Possible values are:

• Enabled

• Disabled

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Field

Operational Status

Description

MTU (octets)

Fault Message

Fault Time

The operational status of the interface.

Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

The size (in octets) of the largest datagram that can be sent via the interface.

The type of error last occurring on the interface. Possible values are:

• Unknown Error

• Receive Short

• Receive Long

• Illegal Address

• Unknown Address

• DLCMI Protocol Error

• DLCMI Unknown IE

• DLCMI Sequence Error

• DLCMI Unknown Rpt

• No Error Since Reset

The amount of time the system was up before the last error occurred.

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Interfaces

The Sub-Interfaces tab of the Channel Group dialog box provides information about the configuration of Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces in the

Channel Group.

To view the Sub-Interfaces tab of the Channel Group dialog box:

1. Click a Channel Group icon in the Chassis View. A list of Channel

Groups on the port appears.

2. Click the Channel Group you want to configure. The Channel

Group dialog box opens with the Channel Group tab.

3. Click

Sub-Interfaces

. The Sub-Interfaces tab of the Channel Group dialog box appears.

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The Sub-Interfaces tab of the Channel Group dialog box provides a list of

Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces in the upper section of the dialog box. To view configuration information for a specific Sub-Frame-Relay interface, click the Sub-Frame-Relay interface in the list. Configuration information for the selected Sub-Frame-Relay interface appears in the bottom of the dialog box.

You can create, modify, and delete Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces using the

Sub-Interfaces tab of the Channel Group dialog box.

To create a new Sub-Frame-Relay interface:

1. Click

Insert

. A new row appears in the Sub-Frame-Relay Interfaces list.

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2. Enter the parameters for the Sub-Frame-Relay interface using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The Sub-Frame-Relay interface is created.

To modify the parameters of a Sub-Frame-Relay interface:

1. Click the Sub-Frame-Relay interface you want to modify. The configuration parameters of the selected Sub-Frame-Relay interface appear in the bottom of the dialog box.

2. Modify the parameters you want to change using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The Sub-Frame-Relay interface parameters are modified.

To delete a Sub-Frame-Relay interface:

1. Click the Sub-Frame-Relay interface you want to delete.

* Note: You can only delete Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces on which no

IP interfaces are defined.

2. Click

Delete

.

3. Click

Apply

. The Sub-Frame-Relay interface is deleted.

The following table provides a list of the fields in the Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces tab of the Channel Group dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Name

Description

Type

Bandwidth

Admin Status

Table 35. Channel Group Dialog Box -

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Description

The name of the interface.

A user defined description of the

Sub-Frame-Relay.

The type of Sub-Frame-Relay interface.

Currently, only Point to Point interfaces are supported.

The bandwidth of the Sub-Frame-Relay interface in bits per second.

The administrative status of the interface.

Possible statuses include:

• Enable

• Disable

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Field

Operational Status

Description

The operational status of the Sub-Frame-

Relay interface. Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

DLCIs

A list of all DLCIs associated with the

Sub-Frame-Relay interface.

If more than one DLCI is configured on the

Sub-Frame-Relay interface, priority DLCI is active. The first DLCI is for high priority traffic, the second DLCI is for medium priority traffic, etc.

The DLCIs tab of the Channel Group dialog box provides information about the DLCIs (Data Link Connection Identifiers) in the Channel Group and enables you to create, modify, and delete DLCIs, and associate a DLCI with a specific Sub-Frame-Relay interface.

To view the DLCIs tab of the Channel Group dialog box:

1. Click a Channel Group icon in the Chassis View. A list of Channel

Groups on the port appears.

2. Click the Channel Group you want to configure. The Channel

Group dialog box opens with the Channel Group tab.

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3. Click

DLCIs

. The DLCIs tab of the Channel Group dialog box appears.

Figure 29. Channel Group Dialog Box - DLCIs Tab

The DLCIs tab of the Channel Group dialog box provides a list of available

DLCIs in the upper section of the dialog box. These DLCIs are learned via

LMI. To view configuration information for a specific DLCI, click the DLCI in the list. Configuration information for the selected DLCI appears in the bottom of the dialog box.

You can create, modify, and delete DLCIs using the DLCI tab of the

Channel Group dialog box.

To create a new DLCI:

1. Click

Insert

. A new row appears in the DLCIs list.

2. Enter the parameters for the DLCI using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The DLCI is created.

To modify the parameters of a DLCI:

1. Click the DLCI you want to modify. The configuration parameters of the selected DLCI appear in the bottom of the dialog box.

2. Modify the parameters you want to change using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The DLCI parameters are modified.

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To delete a DLCI:

1. Click the DLCI you want to delete.

2. Click

Delete

.

3. Click

Apply

. The DLCI is deleted.

The following table provides a list of the fields in the DLCIs tab of the

Channel Group dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 36. Channel Group Dialog Box - DLCIs Parameters

Field Description

DLCI

Type

The DLCI for the circuit.

The method used to create the DLCI. Possible methods include:

Local - The DLCI was created manually.

Unused - The DLCI was created using the LMI interface.

Status

Sub Interface

Role Set

The operational status of the DLCI. Possible statuses include:

Active - The DLCI is active.

Inactive - The DLCI is inactive.

Deleted - The DLCI has been deleted.

Invalid - The DLCI is not valid.

The Sub-Frame-Relay interface associated with the DLCI.

The priority of traffic on the selected DLCI.

Possible priorities include:

• Primary

• High

• Medium

• Normal

• Low

To configure the priority of DLCI traffic, select the checkboxes for the priorities to use on the DLCI.

If only one DLCI is configured for the Channel Group, all traffic uses the

DLCI.

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If more than one DLCI is configured on the Channel Group, the priorities must be distributed among the DLCIs, and no priority can be configured on more than one DLCI. For example, if there are three DLCIs configured for a Channel Group, the first DLCI may be configured with Primary and

High priority, the second with Medium and Normal, and the third with

Low.

Managing Channel Groups

The Channel Groups dialog box provides information about existing channel groups and enables you to modify and delete channel groups. In addition, you can start the Channel Group Wizard to create and edit channel groups.

Viewing the Channel Groups Table

To view the Channel Groups table, select

Configure > WAN > Channel

Groups

. The Channel Groups table opens.

Figure 30. Channel Groups Dialog Box

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Each row of the Channel Groups table represents a valid Channel Group.

The following table provides a list of the fields in the Channel Groups table and their descriptions:

Field

Module

Table 37. Channel Groups Table Parameters

Description

The number of the module in which the

Channel Group exists.

Channel-Group

Bandwidth

Encapsulation

Status

The name of the Channel Group.

The bandwidth of the Channel Group.

The Channel Group’s encapsulation. Possible values are:

• PPPSession

• FrameRelay

The status of the PPP or Frame Relay interface. Possible values are:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

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Creating, Editing, and Deleting Channel Groups

To create a new channel group, click

Wizard

in the Channel Groups table.

The Channel Group Wizard starts.

To edit a channel group:

1. In the Channel Groups Table, select the channel group which you wish to edit.

2. Click

Wizard

. The Channel Group Wizard starts. The screens in the

Channel Group Wizard display the parameters for the selected channel group.

To delete a channel group:

1. In the Channel Groups Table, select the channel group which you wish to delete.

2. Click

Delete

. A confirmation box opens.

3. Click

Yes

. The channel group is deleted.

The Channel Group Wizard

This section provides detailed information on each of the Channel Group

Wizard’s screens. To continue to the next screen, click

Next

. To return to an earlier screen, click

Back

. To exit the Channel Group Wizard without making any changes, click

Cancel

.

The Channel Group Wizard consists of the following screens:

Welcome Screen

Select Name and Encapsulation Screen

Select E1/T1 Port Screen

Select Channels and Speed Screen

Confirmation Screen

The following sections describe each of the Channel Group Wizard screens.

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Welcome

Screen

The Channel Group Wizard provides a simple, step-by-step method for creating or editing a Channel Group.

Figure 31. Channel Group Wizard - Welcome Screen

To continue, click

Next

. The Channel Group Wizard continues with the

Select Name and Encapsulation Screen

.

Select Name and

Encapsulatio n Screen

The Select Name and Encapsulation screen enables you to assign a name to the Channel Group and configure the encapsulation method.

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Enter a name for the Channel Group in the

Channel Group Name

field.

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Select an encapsulation method for the Channel Group from the pull-down listbox. Available encapsulation methods include:

PPPSession - The Channel Group uses PPP Sessions.

FrameRelay - The Channel Group uses frame relay.

To continue, click

Next

. The Channel Group Wizard continues with the

Select E1/T1 Port Screen

.

Select E1/T1

Port Screen

The Select E1/T1 Port screen enables you to select the E1/T1 port for your channel group.

Figure 33. Channel Group Wizard - Select E1/T1 Port Screen

To select an E1/T1 port for the channel group, click an E1/T1 port in the

Chassis View. The port designation appears in the Selected Port field. To continue, click

Next

. The Channel Group Wizard continues with the

Select Channels and Speed Screen

.

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Select

Channels and Speed

Screen

The Select Channels and Speed screen enables you to select channels for the new Channel Group.

Figure 34. Channel Group Wizard -

Select Channels and Speed Screen

To select channels, check the checkboxes next to the channels you want included in the channel group.

For T1 ports, you can also select a speed factor using the

Speed Factor pull-down listbox.

To continue, click

Next

. The Channel Group Wizard continues with the

Confirmation Screen

.

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Confirmation

Screen

The Channel Group Wizard displays a summary of the information entered using the previous screens.

* Note: The Channel Group has not yet been created.

Figure 35. Channel Group Wizard - Confirmation Screen

To make any changes to the summary information:

1. Click

Back

until you reach the screen you want.

2. Change the Channel Group’s parameters.

3. Click

Next

until you reach the Confirmation screen.

To create the Channel Group or apply the changes to the Channel Group’s configuration, click

Finish

. The Channel Group information is uploaded to the device, and the Channel Group table is refreshed.

USP Configuration

The X330WAN expansion module may have USPs (Universal Serial

Ports). This section provides information on viewing and configuring USP parameters.

The tabs that appear in the USP dialog box are dependant on the encapsulation method of the selected Channel Group.

To view the USP dialog box, click a USP symbol in the Chassis View or

Tree View. The USP dialog box opens to the Serial Port tab.

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USP - PPP Interface

For USPs configured with a PPP interface, the USP dialog box contains three tabs:

Serial Port

Advanced

PPP

Serial Port

The Serial Port tab of the USP Configuration dialog box provides basic information about the configuration of the USP.

To view the Serial Port tab of the USP Configuration dialog box, click the

USP symbol in the Chassis View or the Tree View. The USP Configuration dialog box opens displaying the Serial Port tab.

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The following table lists the configuration fields in the Serial Port tab of the USP Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 38. USP Dialog Box - Serial Tab Parameters

Field

Description

Description

The USP port description.

Port Type

Port Functionality

Encapsulation

Bandwidth

Administrative

Status

VoIP Queue

The type of port - Universal Serial Port.

The functionality of the port. Possible values include:

• V.35 DTE

• X.21 DTE

• EIA530A DTE

The encapsulation method for channel groups on the port. Possible methods include:

• PPP

• Frame Relay

The configured bandwidth of the port in bits per second.

The state of the selected port. Possible values are:

Enable - The port is enabled and can transmit and receive packets.

Disable - The port is disabled and cannot transmit or receive packets.

The state of VoIP queuing on the PPP session.

VoIP queuing changes the length of the high priority queue providing support for the configuration of a maximum VoIP delay.

Possible states include:

On - Voip queuing is active on the PPP session. This enables the device’s queues to optimally service VoIP applications.

Off - Voip queuing is not active on the PPP session.

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Table 38. USP Dialog Box - Serial Tab Parameters (Continued)

Field Description

Operational Status

The operational status of the interface. Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

The Advanced tab of the USP Configuration dialog box provides advanced information about the USP configuration.

To display the Advanced tab of the USP Configuration dialog box:

1. Click the USP symbol in the Chassis View or the Tree View. The

USP Configuration dialog box opens displaying the Serial Port tab.

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2. Click the

Advanced

tab. The Advanced tab of the USP

Configuration dialog box appears.

Figure 37. USP Configuration Dialog Box - Advanced Tab

The following table lists the configuration fields in the Advanced tab of the USP Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Table 39. USP Configuration - Advanced Parameters

Description

LINECODE

The type of linecode. Possible values are:

• Nrz

• Nrzi

Invert Tx Clock

Ignore DCD

The state of the Tx clock. Possible states are:

On - The Tx clock is inverted.

Off - The Tx clock is not inverted.

The signal type monitored to determine the interface’s status. Possible values are:

On - The interface monitors DSR/CTS signals and ignores DCD signals.

Off - The interface monitors DCD signals.

Idle Characters

The bit pattern used to signify an idle line.

Possible patterns include:

• Flags

• Mark

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Field Description transmitter-delay

Number

The number of flags transmitted between consecutive frames. Possible values are:

• 1

• 2

Loopback

The status of the DTE loopback. Possible values are:

• On

• Off

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The PPP tab of the USP Configuration dialog box provides information about the USP’s PPP configuration.

To display the PPP tab of the USP Configuration dialog box:

1. Click the USP symbol in the Chassis View or the Tree View. The

USP Configuration dialog box opens displaying the Serial Port tab.

2. Click the

PPP

tab. The PPP tab of the USP Configuration dialog box appears.

Figure 38. USP Configuration Dialog Box - PPP Tab

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The following table lists the configuration fields in the PPP tab of the USP

Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Table 40. USP Configuration - PPP Parameters

Description

Peer Address

MTU

The IP address of the PPP session’s peer.

Maximal Transmission Unit. The size of the largest packet that can be transmitted over this

PPP session.

Keepalive

Administrative

Status

Operational Status

The number of seconds between keepalive messages. If this is 0, keepalive messages are not sent.

The state of the selected port. Possible values are:

Enable - The port is enabled and can transmit and receive packets.

Disable - The port is disabled and cannot transmit or receive packets.

The operational status of the interface. Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

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Field Description

IPCP Status

IP Control Protocol. The state of IPCP for this

PPP session. IP packets can only be transmitted and received over the PPP session when the

IPCP status is Open. Possible statuses include:

• Open

• Not-Opened

USP - Frame Relay Interface

For USPs configured with a frame relay interface, the USP dialog box contains five tabs:

Serial Port

- Basic information abut the USP. For information on the fields in the Serial Port tab of the USP - Frame Relay dialog box, refer to

“Serial Port” on page 112

.

Advanced

- Information about the channels that comprise the

interface. For information on the fields in the Advanced tab of the

USP - Frame Relay dialog box, refer to “Advanced” on page 114

.

Frame Relay

- Information about the frame relay configuration on the USP.

Sub-Interfaces

- Information about the Channel Group’s sub-

frame relays.

DLCIs

- DLCI information for the Channel Group.

Frame Relay

The Frame Relay tab of the USP dialog box provides information about the frame relay configuration of the USP.

To view the Frame Relay tab of the USP dialog box:

1. Click a USP symbol in the Chassis View or Tree View. The USP dialog box opens with the Serial Port tab.

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2. Click

Frame Relay

. The Frame Relay tab of the USP dialog box appears.

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the Frame Relay tab of the USP dialog box and their descriptions:

Table 41. USP Dialog Box - Frame Relay Parameters

Field

LMI Type

LMI Auto Sense

Description

Local Management Interface Type. The Data

Link Connection Management scheme used by the frame relay interface. Possible values are:

ANSI

• q933a

• lmi-rev1

The state of Local Management Interface

Auto-Sensing on the interface. Possible states include:

Enable - The LMI type is received from the interface at the other end of the line.

Disable - The LMI Type is determined by the value in the LMI Type field.

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Field

Admin Status

Oper Status

Description

The administrative status of the frame relay interface. Possible values are:

• Enabled

• Disabled

The operational status of the interface.

Possible statuses include:

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

MTU (octets)

The size (in octets) of the largest datagram that can be sent via the interface.

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Field Description

Fault Message

Fault Time

The type of error last occurring on the interface. Possible values are:

• Unknown Error

• Receive Short

• Receive Long

• Illegal Address

• Unknown Address

• DLCMI Protocol Error

• DLCMI Unknown IE

• DLCMI Sequence Error

• DLCMI Unknown Rpt

• No Error Since Reset

The amount of time the system was up before the last error occurred.

The Sub-Interfaces tab of the USP dialog box provides information about the configuration of Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces in the USP.

To view the Sub-Interfaces tab of the USP dialog box:

1. Click a USP symbol in the Chassis View or Tree View. The USP dialog box opens with the Serial Port tab.

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2. Click

Sub-Interfaces

. The Sub-Interfaces tab of the USP dialog box appears.

Figure 40. USP Dialog Box - Sub-Interfaces Tab

The Sub-Interfaces tab of the USP dialog box provides a list of

Sub-Frame-Relays in the upper section of the dialog box. To view configuration information for a specific Sub-Frame-Relay interface, click the Sub-Frame-Relay in the list. Configuration information for the selected Sub-Frame-Relay interface appears in the bottom of the dialog box.

You can create, modify, and delete Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces using the

Sub-Interfaces tab of the USP dialog box.

To create a new Sub-Frame-Relay interface:

1. Click

New

. A new row appears in the

Sub-Frame-Relay Interfaces

list.

2. Enter the parameters for the Sub-Frame-Relay interface using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The Sub-Frame-Relay interface is created.

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To modify the parameters of a Sub-Frame-Relay interface:

1. Click the Sub-Frame-Relay interface you want to modify. The configuration parameters of the selected Sub-Frame-Relay interface appear in the bottom of the dialog box.

2. Modify the parameters you want to change using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The Sub-Frame-Relay interface parameters are modified.

To delete a Sub-Frame-Relay interface:

1. Click the Sub-Frame-Relay interface you want to delete.

* Note: You can only delete Sub-Frame-Relay interfaces on which no

IP interfaces are defined.

2. Click

Delete

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

3. Click

Yes

.

4. Click

Apply

. The Sub-Frame-Relay interface is deleted.

The following table provides a list of the fields in the Sub-Interfaces tab of the USP dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Name

Table 42. USP Dialog Box - Sub-Interfaces Parameters

Description

The name of the Sub-Frame-Relay interface.

Description

Bandwidth

A user defined description of the

Sub-Frame-Relay.

The bandwidth of the Sub-Frame-Relay interface in bits per second.

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Field

Oper Status

Description

The operational status of the

Sub-Frame-Relay interface.

Up - The interface is up and can transmit and receive packets.

Down - The interface is down due to some failure, and cannot transmit or receive packets.

Testing - The interface is in testing mode and cannot transmit or receive regular data.

Standby - The interface is a backup interface and cannot transmit or receive packets unless the primary interface it backs up fails.

Disabled - The interface is disabled. It cannot transmit or receive packets.

Partially Down - The interface is up.

However, some interfaces (or PVCs) layered on top of this interface are Down.

Some packets can be transmitted and received.

DLCIs

A list of all DLCIs associated with the

Sub-Frame-Relay interface.

The DLCIs tab of the USP dialog box provides information about the

DLCIs in the USP.

To view the DLCIs tab of the USP dialog box:

1. Click a USP symbol in the Chassis View or Tree View. The USP dialog box opens with the Serial Port tab.

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2. Click

DLCIs

. The DLCIs tab of the USP dialog box appears.

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The DLCIs tab of the USP dialog box provides a list of available DLCIs in the upper section of the dialog box. These DLCIs are learned via LMI. To view configuration information for a specific DLCI, click the DLCI in the list. Configuration information for the selected DLCI appears in the bottom of the dialog box.

You can create, modify, and delete DLCIs using the DLCI tab of the USP dialog box.

To create a new DLCI:

1. Click

New

. A new row appears in the DLCIs list.

2. Enter the parameters for the DLCI using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The DLCI is created.

To modify the parameters of a DLCI:

1. Click the DLCI you want to modify. The configuration parameters of the selected DLCI appear in the bottom of the dialog box.

2. Modify the parameters you want to change using the fields at the bottom of the dialog box.

3. Click

Apply

. The DLCI parameters are modified.

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To delete a DLCI:

1. Click the DLCI you want to delete.

2. Click

Delete

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

3. Click

Yes

.

4. Click

Apply

. The DLCI is deleted.

The following table provides a list of the fields in the DLCIs tab of the USP dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

DLCI

Type

Status

Role Set

Table 43. USP Dialog Box - DLCIs Parameters

Description

The DLCI for the circuit.

The method used to create the DLCI. Possible methods include:

Local - The DLCI was created manually.

Unused - The DLCI was created using the LMI interface.

Sub Interface

The operational status of the DLCI. Possible statuses include:

Active - The DLCI is active.

Inactive - The DLCI is inactive.

Deleted - The DLCI has been deleted.

Invalid - The DLCI is not valid.

The Sub-Frame-Relay interface associated with the DLCI.

The priority of traffic on the selected DLCI.

Possible priorities include:

• Primary

• High

• Medium

• Normal

• Low

To configure the priority of DLCI traffic, select the checkboxes for the priorities to use on the DLCI.

If only one DLCI is configured for the USP, all traffic uses the DLCI.

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If more than one DLCI is configured on the USP, the priorities must be distributed among the DLCIs, and no priority can be configured for multiple DLCIs. For example, if there are three DLCIs configured for a

USP, the first DLCI may be configured with Primary and High priority, the second with Medium and Normal, and the third with Low.

Backup Interface Configuration

The Backup interface feature enables you to configure Backup interfaces for WAN interfaces. The Backup interface feature includes a table for viewing all configured Backup interfaces and a wizard for creating Backup interfaces.

Viewing the Backup Interfaces Table

The Backup Interfaces table provides a list of all configured Backup interfaces on an X330WAN expansion module.

To view the Backup Interfaces table, select

Configure > WAN > Backup

Interfaces

. The Backup Interfaces table opens.

Figure 42. Backup Interfaces Table

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The Backup Interfaces table provides information about the Backup interfaces configured on the device.

To configure a new Backup interface, click

Wizard

. The Backup Interface

Wizard opens. For information on the Backup Interface Wizard, refer to

“The Backup Interface Wizard” on page 129

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To delete a Backup interface:

1. Select the interface in the table.

2. Click

Delete

. The interface is marked as deleted in the Backup

Interfaces table.

3. Click

Apply

. The Backup interface is deleted.

The following table provides a list of fields in the Backup Interfaces table and their descriptions:

Field

Module

Primary

Backup

Trigger

Table 44. Backup Interfaces Table Parameters

Description

The slot number of the X330WAN expansion module for which the Backup interface is configured.

The name of the primary interface being backed up.

The name of the Backup interface.

Enable Delay (s)

Disable Delay (s)

The event type that activates the backup interface. Possible event types include:

Primary Down - The backup interface is only activated when the operational status of the primary interface is Down.

Any Fault - The backup interface is activated when any fault occurs on the primary interface.

The amount of time, in seconds, between the trigger event and the activation of the Backup interface.

The amount of time, in seconds, between the primary interface returning to an acceptable operational status and the deactivation of the

Backup interface.

The Backup Interface Wizard

This section provides detailed information on each of the Backup

Interface Wizard’s screens. To continue to the next screen, click

Next

. To return to an earlier screen, click

Back

. To exit the Backup Interface

Wizard without making any changes, click

Cancel

.

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Welcome

Screen

The Backup Interface Wizard consists of the following screens:

Welcome Screen

Select Module Screen

Select Primary Interface Screen

Select Backup Interface Screen

Backup Interface Parameters Screen

Confirmation Screen

The following sections describe each of the Backup Interface Wizard screens.

The Backup Interface Wizard provides a simple, step-by-step method for creating or editing a Backup interface.

Figure 43. Backup Interface Wizard - Welcome Screen

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To continue, click

Next

. The Backup Interface Wizard continues with the

Select Module Screen

.

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Module

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WAN Configuration

The Select Module screen enables you to select the module on which you want to create a Backup interface.

Figure 44. Backup Interface Wizard - Select Module Screen

Select an X330WAN module from the Chassis View or Tree View. The module number appears in the

Module Number

field.

To continue, click

Next

. The Backup Interface Wizard continues with the

Select Primary Interface Screen

.

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Select

Primary

Interface

Screen

The Select Primary Interface screen enables you to select the interface to be backed up.

Figure 45. Backup Interface Wizard - Select Primary Interface Screen

To select an interface to back up, select an interface name from the

Primary

Interface pull-down listbox.

To continue, click

Next

. The Backup Interface Wizard continues with the

Select Backup Interface Screen

.

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Backup

Interface

Screen

WAN Configuration

The Select Backup Interface screen enables you to assign an interface to back up the primary interface.

Figure 46. Backup Interface Wizard - Select Backup Interface Screen

To select a Backup interface, select an interface name from the

Backup

Interface pull-down listbox.

To continue, click

Next

. The Backup Interface Wizard continues with the

Backup Interface Parameters Screen

.

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Interface

Parameters

Screen

The Backup Interface Parameters screen enables you to configure the conditions under which the Backup interface is activated and deactivated.

Figure 47. Backup Interface Wizard -

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To configure the number of seconds between the failure of the primary interface and the activation of the Backup interface, enter a number in the

Enable Delay

field.

To configure the action taken when the primary interface returns to an acceptable operational status:

• To prevent the deactivation of the Backup interface, click

Never

.

The Backup interface remains activated.

• To configure the number of seconds between the primary interface returning to an acceptable operational status and the deactivation of the Backup interface:

a. Click

Seconds:

.

b. Enter the number of seconds to wait in the available field.

To continue, click

Next

. The Backup Interface Wizard continues with the

Confirmation Screen

.

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Confirmation

Screen

The Backup Interface Wizard displays a summary of the information entered using the previous screens.

* Note: The Backup Interface has not yet been created.

Figure 48. Backup Interface Wizard - Confirmation Screen

To make any changes to the summary information:

1. Click

Back

until you reach the screen you want.

2. Change the Backup interface’s parameters.

3. Click

Next

until you reach the Confirmation screen.

To create the Backup interface or apply the changes to the Backup interface’s configuration, click

Finish

. The Backup interface information is uploaded to the device, and the Backup Interfaces table is refreshed.

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Port RMON

This chapter explains the port RMON options of the Avaya C360 Device.

To view Port RMON information, you must be in Port RMON mode. To switch to Port RMON mode:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Port RMON

.

For more information on RMON, refer to RMON in The Reference Guide.

* Note: Port RMON is not available when running the Avaya C360

Manager via Web Management.

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Displaying the Port RMON Window

To display the Port RMON window, select a port or a LAG in the Chassis or Tree View. The Port RMON window opens.

Figure 49. Port RMON Window

The Port RMON window includes three sections. At the top of the window is a pie chart. In the center of the window is a graph. At the bottom of the window is a list of traffic types.

The Pie Chart

The pie chart shows the relative amounts of Unicast and Non-Unicast traffic on a selected port or LAG. The legend to the right of the pie chart shows the color representing each of the traffic types.

The Traffic Graph

The graph charts various traffic types over time. Each traffic type is represented by a different colored line. Using the mouse, you can view traffic statistics, zoom in or out of the graph, and scroll within the graph to view parts of the graph that are currently hidden.

When changing the view on the graph, the graph freezes. To unfreeze the graph and restore the display to the default display, click on the graph.

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Viewing

Traffic

Statistics

To view traffic statistics, hold the mouse over a point on the graph representing the traffic for which you would like to see statistics. After two seconds, an info box appears displaying the name of the traffic type represented by the line in the graphic, and the traffic rate at the selected point.

Zooming In and Out of the Graph

To zoom out and view a graph of all the traffic on the selected port from the time the application was opened, double-click the graph. The graph is compressed to show all of the traffic on the port from the time the application was opened until now.

To zoom in on a portion of the graph, press SHIFT and select a portion of the graph using the mouse. The graph zooms in and shows only the portion of the graph that was selected.

Scrolling within the

Graph

Unfreezing the Graph

To scroll within the graph, hold the left mouse button down while moving the mouse from the graph in the direction you want to scroll. The graph scrolls in the selected direction.

When zooming or scrolling within the graph, the display freezes and is not updated with the current information. To reactivate the display, click anywhere in the graph. The graph display is restored to normal, and the graph is reactivated.

Traffic Types

The bottom of the Port RMON window contains a list of various types of traffic. Each traffic type has a checkbox next to it. Only traffic types whose checkboxes are checked are displayed in the Port RMON graph.

The following table provides a list of the traffic types and their descriptions.

Field

Collisions

CRC Errors

Table 45. Traffic Types

Description

Total number of Ethernet collisions in which the port was involved.

Total number of Ethernet packets received at this port with FCS error and Framing error. This indicates the number of corrupted packets received.

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Field

Fragments

Frames Too Long

Table 45. Traffic Types (Continued)

Description

Total number of Ethernet packets received at this port whose octet count is less than the minimum standard packet length.

Total number of Ethernet packets received at this port whose octet count is more than the maximum standard packet length.

Jabber

Non-Unicast

Total Packets

Received

Unicast

Total number of Ethernet packets received at this port that are too long and include CRC errors.

Total number of good packets directed to non-unicast addresses that were received on the port.

Total number of packets of valid frame length that were received on the port.

Total number of good packets received that were directed to a unicast address.

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VLANs

This chapter provides the information and instructions you need to use

VLANs. It includes the following topics:

VLAN Configuration Overview

- An overview of VLANs and their components.

Viewing the VLAN Configuration Dialog Box

- Instructions on how to access the VLAN Configuration dialog box and a description of the VLAN Configuration dialog box.

Managing VLANs

- Instructions on how to create, delete, and

rename VLANs.

Viewing Port VLAN Settings

- Instructions on how to view

VLAN settings for ports on the device.

Managing Port VLAN Settings

- Instructions on how to

configure VLAN settings for ports on the device.

Updating the Device

- Instructions on how to update the

device with new VLAN information.

* Note: In this chapter, ports include LAGs. i.e. Any mention of a port refers to a port or LAG.

VLAN Configuration Overview

This section contains an overview of VLANs and how to configure them, and contains the following sections:

VLANs Overview

Master VLAN List

VLAN Tags

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VLANs Overview

The building blocks of VLANs are switch ports. To build a new VLAN you need to define a VLAN name and number. You can then add switch ports to the VLAN by configuring the PVID of the port to the VLAN number.

The ports are members of the VLAN whose number is their PVID. In addition, you can configure the VLAN tagging mode and binding style of the switch ports. VLAN #1 is the default VLAN and is named Default.

For more information about VLANs, refer to VLANs in The Reference Guide.

Master VLAN List

The master VLAN list is a file on the network management station that contains a list of globally defined VLANs and their names. This list is only available when running Avaya MultiService Network Manager. It is not available when running an Embedded Web Manager. To manage the master VLAN list, use Avaya VLAN Manager. For information on Avaya

VLAN Manager, refer to the Avaya MultiService VLAN Manager User Guide.

VLANs that are listed in the master VLAN list are called globally known

VLANs. VLANs that are not in the master VLAN list but are configured on a device are called locally known VLANs.

VLAN Tags

Packets can be tagged with VLAN information. When a tagged packet enters a switch port, it maintains its tag. When an untagged packet enters a switch port, the packet is tagged with the port’s PVID (Port

VLAN ID).

When a packet arrives at the egress port, the VLAN Binding Style is checked. If the packet’s VLAN tag does not match a VLAN to which the egress port is bound, the packet is discarded. If the tag matches a VLAN to which the egress port is bound, the Tagging Mode is used. If the

Tagging Mode is Clear, the packet is forwarded with no VLAN tag. If the

Tagging Mode is anything else, the packet is forwarded with its VLAN tag.

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Viewing the VLAN Configuration Dialog Box

To view VLAN names, numbers, and component switch ports:

Click .

Or

Select

Configure > VLANs

. The VLAN Configuration dialog box opens.

Figure 50. VLAN Configuration Dialog Box

The VLAN Configuration dialog box consists of the following components:

VLAN Tree

Selection List

Port Configuration Area

To refresh the information in the VLAN Configuration dialog box and lose all unapplied changes, click

Refresh

.

To resize the three areas of the VLAN Configuration dialog box, use the splitter bars.

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A tree providing a list of VLANs and their ports. The VLANs include all

VLANs known on the network and all VLANs configured on the device.

The ports listed under a VLAN include member ports and ports statically bound to the VLAN.

To expand or contract a branch of the table:

Double-click the VLAN’s name.

Or

Click the handle next to the VLAN’s name.

The VLAN symbol includes a green tag if the VLAN is listed in the master

VLAN list, and a device symbol if it exists locally on the device. If it is listed in the master VLAN list and exists locally on the device, the VLAN symbol includes a green tag and a device symbol.

If the VLAN name on the device differs from the globally defined VLAN name, the local VLAN name appears after the VLAN number, followed by the global VLAN name in braces. For example, if VLAN 4 is locally named RandD, and globally named Research, the following string will appear in the VLAN Tree:

4 RandD {Research}

. To change all locally defined VLAN names to the globally defined names, you can synchronize the VLAN names on the device. For information on synchronizing VLAN names, refer to

“Synchronizing VLAN Names” on page 150

.

* Note: When using the Embedded Web Device Manager, global

VLAN information is not available.

The VLAN’s member ports appear with a yellow triangle and blue triangle next to the port name. Ports that are statically bound to the

VLAN appear with a blue triangle attached to the port name. Member ports are automatically bound to the VLANs of which they are members.

Ports whose VLAN information has changed but has not been applied, appear with gray triangles.

When a VLAN is selected in the VLAN Tree, member ports appear in the

Chassis View with a yellow triangle and blue triangle on the port symbol, and statically bound ports appear in the Chassis View with a blue triangle on the port symbol. In addition, information about the member ports and statically bound ports appear in the Selection List.

For more information about the Selection List, refer to

“Selection List” on page 145

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Selection List

The Selection List contains a table with VLAN information about the current selection. For example, if you select a module in the Tree View or Chassis View, a list of the ports in the module with their VLAN information appears in the Selection List. If the Port Configuration Area is open, click

Selection List

. The Selection List appears.

Figure 51. Selection List

The following table provides a list of the information fields in the

Selection List and their descriptions.

Field

Port

PVID

Tagging Mode

Binding Style

Table 46. Selection List Fields

Description

The module and port number.

The Port VLAN ID (PVID) of the port. This is the

VLAN of which the port is a member.

The tagging mode of the port. For information on

tagging modes, refer to “Port Configuration Area” on page 146 .

The binding style configured on the port. For

information on binding styles, refer to “Port

Configuration Area” on page 146 .

To sort the Selection List table by any of its fields, click the field header.

To reverse the order of the sort, click the field header a second time.

The information in the Selection List is read-only.

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Port Configuration Area

The Port Configuration Area enables you to configure a port’s VLAN configuration. To view the Port Configuration Area, click

Port

Configuration

. The Port Configuration Area appears.

Figure 52. Port Configuration Area

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The following table provides a list of the configuration parameters in the

Port Configuration Area and their description.

Field

PVID

Table 47. Port Configuration Area Parameters

Description

Tagging Mode

The Port VLAN ID (PVID) of the port. This is the

VLAN of which the port is a member. The PVID pull-down list contains all VLANs known to the network and VLANs on the device.

The tagging mode of the port. The tagging mode controls the tagging of packets that can be forwarded by the port. The following tagging modes are available:

Clear - The packet is forwarded with no

VLAN tag.

IEEE-802.1Q - The packet is forwarded with a VLAN tag in conformance with the

IEEE-802.q standard.

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Field

Binding Style

Static Binding

VLANs

Description

The binding style configured on the port. The binding style defines which packets can be forwarded by the port. The following binding styles are available:

Bind to All - The port is bound to all

VLANs known to the device. This is also known as persistent binding. If a packet is on a VLAN not known to the device, the packet is discarded.

Bind to Configured - The port is bound to all VLANs known to the device and to the VLANs with which packets reaching the ports are tagged. This is also known as dynamic binding. If a packet is on a VLAN not known to the device, the packet is discarded.

Static - The port is bound to the VLANs checked in the

Static Binding VLANs

list.

Packets on all other VLANs are discarded.

A list of VLANs known on the network and

VLANs configured on the device. Each VLAN has an accompanying checkbox. Possible values are:

Checked - The VLAN is bound to the port being configured.

Unchecked - The VLAN is not bound to the port being configured.

* Note: The settings are only used when the port is configured with the

Static Binding Style.

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Managing VLANs

You can create, delete, and rename VLANs.

Creating VLANs

Deleting VLANs

Renaming VLANs

Creating VLANs

To create a new VLAN:

1. Click

New

. The Create VLAN dialog box opens.

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2. Enter a VLAN number in the

VLAN ID

field.

* Note: The range of valid VLAN numbers is 1 to 3071.

3. Enter a name for the VLAN in the

VLAN Name

field.

4. Click

OK

. The new VLAN is created.

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To rename a VLAN:

1. Select the VLAN whose name you want to edit.

2. Click

Rename

. The Rename VLAN dialog box opens.

Figure 54. Rename VLAN Dialog Box

VLANs

3. Edit the VLAN’s name in the

VLAN Name

field.

4. Click

OK

. The VLAN is renamed.

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Synchronizing VLAN Names

VLANs with the same VLAN number can be defined with different names on different devices in the network. In addition, VLAN names can be configured in the master VLAN list. This can cause confusion when referring to a VLAN by name rather than by number. The VLAN application enables you to synchronize the VLAN names on the device with those in the master VLAN list.

When synchronizing the VLAN names on the device with those in the master VLAN list, the VLANs on the device are renamed to provide consistency with the names in the master VLAN list.

To synchronize VLAN names on the device with the master VLAN list:

1. Click

Sync

. The VLAN Synchronize dialog box opens. The VLAN

Synchronize dialog box contains a list of VLANs whose local names differ from the VLAN names in the master VLAN list. The following fields appear for each VLAN:

VLAN ID - The VLAN number (ID) for the VLAN.

VLAN Name - The VLAN name in the master VLAN list.

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2. Check the checkboxes next to the VLANs whose names you want to synchronize.

— To select all the VLANs in the VLAN Synchronize dialog box, click

Select All

.

— To unselect all the VLANs in the VLAN Synchronize dialog box, click

Unselect All

.

3. Click

OK

. The marked VLANs on the device are renamed with the

VLAN names in the master VLAN list.

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Deleting VLANs

You can delete VLANs from the Avaya C360 Device. Globally known

VLANs can be deleted from the device, but not from the master VLAN list. If you delete a VLAN that is on the master VLAN list and on the device, the VLAN remains in the VLAN Tree with a green tag.

To delete a VLAN:

1. Select the VLAN you want to delete.

2. Ensure that there are no member ports associated with the VLAN.

3. Click

Delete

. The VLAN is deleted from the device.

Managing Port VLAN Settings

You can view and configure the PVID, Tagging Mode, and Binding Style of selected ports using the Selection List and Port Configuration Area. In addition, you can configure the PVID of selected ports using the drag-and-drop method.

Selecting Ports

This section explains how to select ports for VLAN configuration.

Ports can be selected from the Tree View, Chassis View, or VLAN Tree for

VLAN Configuration.

• To select a port, click the port in the Tree View, Chassis View, or

VLAN Tree.

• To select multiple ports, press CTRL while selecting additional ports.

• To select all of the ports on a module, click the module icon in the

Tree View or Chassis View.

• To select all of the ports on the device, click the device icon in the

Tree View or Chassis View.

• To select all of the ports associated with a VLAN (including member ports and statically bound ports), click the VLAN in the

VLAN Tree.

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Viewing Port VLAN Settings

To view the VLAN configuration of a port, select a port in the Tree View,

Chassis View, or VLAN Tree. The port’s VLAN configuration appears in the Selection List. If you select multiple ports in the Tree View, Chassis

View, or VLAN Tree, the VLAN configurations for all of the selected ports appear in the Selection List. In addition, parameters that are common to all ports in the selection appear in the Port Configuration Area.

For details on the information provided in the Selection List, refer to

“Selection List” on page 145 .

Using the Port Configuration Area

To configure the VLAN setting for ports on the device using the Port

Configuration Area:

1. Click

Port Configuration

. The Port Configuration Area appears.

2. Select the ports you want to configure in the Tree View, Chassis

View, or VLAN Tree. The settings that are common to all of the selected ports appear in the fields in the Port Configuration Area.

For information on selecting ports, refer to

“Selecting Ports” on page 151

.

3. Change the settings in the Port Configuration Area using the pull-down lists and checkboxes. For information on the settings

in the Port Configuration Area, refer to “Port Configuration Area” on page 146 . The VLAN configuration for the selected ports is

changed.

* Note: When changing the PVID of the selected ports, the ports do not appear selected in the VLAN Tree. However, the ports remain in the Selection List.

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Drag-and-Drop

To configure the PVID of ports using drag-and-drop:

1. Select the ports you want to configure in the Tree View, Chassis

View, or VLAN Tree. For information on selecting ports, refer to

“Selecting Ports” on page 151

.

2. Drag the ports until they are over a VLAN icon in the VLAN Tree.

The ports are added to the desired VLAN.

* Note: When dragging ports from the VLAN Tree, only ports represented by PVID symbols are added to the desired VLAN.

Dragged static binding icons are ignored and do not change port PVIDs.

Updating the Device

Ports whose VLAN information has changed appear dimmed in the

VLANs table. To update the device with the changes, click

Apply

.

For more information on the user interface, refer to “Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28 .

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Link Aggregation Groups

This chapter provides the information and instructions for creating and using Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs). It includes the following topics:

LAGs Overview

- An overview of LAGs.

Viewing the LAG Table

- Instructions on accessing the LAG

Table and a description of the LAG Table.

Creating LAGs

- Instructions on creating LAGs.

Editing LAGs

- Instructions on editing LAGs.

The LAG Wizard

- Detailed descriptions of the screens in the

LAG Wizard.

Deleting LAGs

- Instructions on deleting LAGs.

For information on configuring LAGs, refer to

“Viewing LAG

Configuration” on page 41 .

LAGs Overview

Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) provide a method of creating a high-bandwidth link. A LAG consists of a group of ports acting as a single logical port. All ports participating must have the same configuration.

For more information on LAGs, refer to Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) in

The Reference Guide.

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Viewing the LAG Table

To view the LAG Table:

Click .

Or

Select

Configure > LAG

. The LAG Information table opens.

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Each row of the LAG table represents a valid Link Aggregation Group and provides the following information:

Name - The LAG name.

Base Port - The number of the LAG’s base port.

# of Ports - The number of ports assigned to the LAG.

Status - The warning status of the LAG.

When a LAG is selected, the ports in the LAG appear highlighted in the

Chassis and Tree View.

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Creating LAGs

To create a new LAG, click

Wizard

. The LAG Wizard starts.

For more information, refer to

“The LAG Wizard” on page 157 .

Editing LAGs

To edit an existing LAG:

1. Select a LAG by clicking on the row representing the LAG.

2. Click

Wizard

. The LAG Wizard starts.

When editing a LAG, the LAG Wizard’s dialog boxes display the current

LAG configuration parameters. To keep the values currently displayed in one of the dialog boxes, click

Next

. If you have changed some of the LAG’s parameters, and you want to keep the rest of the LAG’s configuration, click

Finish

. The device is updated with the LAG’s new configuration.

For more information, refer to

“The LAG Wizard” on page 157 .

The LAG Wizard

This section provides detailed information on each of the LAG Wizard’s screens. To continue to the next screen, click

Next

. To return to an earlier screen, click

Back

. To exit the LAG Wizard without making any changes, click

Cancel

.

The LAG Wizard consists of the following screens:

Welcome Screen

Base Port Selection Screen

Member Port Selection Screen

LAG Name Screen

Confirmation Screen

The following sections describe each of the LAG Wizard screens.

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Welcome Screen

The LAG Wizard provides a simple, step-by-step method for creating a

LAG.

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To continue, click

Next

. The LAG Wizard continues with the

Base Port

Selection Screen

.

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Base Port Selection Screen

The Base Port Selection screen of the LAG Wizard helps you select a base port for the LAG. The attributes of the base port (port speed, port mode, etc.) are applied to the other member ports of the LAG. Ports which can be selected as base ports appear white in the Chassis View.

* Note: Ports that participate in a Port Redundancy cannot be assigned to a LAG.

Figure 58. LAG Wizard - Base Port Selection Screen

To select a base port for the LAG, click a port in the Chassis View. The selected port is listed in the

Base Port

field of the wizard and appears blue in the Chassis View and Tree View.

When you have selected the base port for the LAG, click

Next

. The LAG

Wizard continues with the

Member Port Selection Screen

.

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Member Port Selection Screen

The Member Port Selection screen of the LAG Wizard helps you select additional ports for the LAG. Ports which can be selected as additional ports appear in white in the Chassis View.

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To select additional ports for the LAG, click ports in the Chassis View. The selected ports appear cyan in the Chassis View and Tree View and are listed in the

Other Ports

field in the wizard.

To remove selected ports from the list, click the selected ports in the

Chassis View. The selected ports appear white in the Chassis View and

Tree View and are removed from the

Other Ports

field in the wizard.

When you have finished selecting the additional ports for the LAG, click

Next

. The LAG Wizard continues with the

LAG Name Screen

.

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LAG Name Screen

The LAG Name screen of the LAG Wizard enables you to assign a name to the LAG.

Figure 60. LAG Wizard - LAG Name Screen

To assign a name to the LAG, enter the name for the LAG in the LAG

Name

field.

When you have entered a name for the LAG, click

Next

. The LAG Wizard continues with the

Confirmation Screen

.

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Confirmation Screen

The LAG Wizard displays a summary of the LAG information entered using the previous screens. The LAG has not yet been created.

Figure 61. LAG Wizard - Confirmation Screen

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To make any changes to the summary information:

1. Click

Back

until you reach the screen you want.

2. Change the LAG’s parameters.

3. Click

Next

until you reach the Confirmation screen.

To create the LAG or apply the changes to the LAG’s configuration, click

Finish

. The LAG information is uploaded to the device, and the LAG table is refreshed.

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Deleting LAGs

To delete an existing LAG:

1. Click the row representing the LAG you want to delete.

2. Click

Delete

.

3. The LAG is marked with the symbol.

4. Click

Apply

to update the device.

For more information on the user interface, refer to “Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

For more information on tables, refer to

“Managing Tables” on page 17 .

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Port Redundancy

This chapter provides the information and instructions for using the Port

Redundancy feature. It includes the following topics:

Overview of Port Redundancy

- An overview of port redundancy.

Viewing the Port Redundancy Dialog Box

- Instructions on accessing the Port Redundancy dialog box, and a description of the Port Redundancy dialog box.

Adding a Port Redundancy

- Instructions on configuring a new port redundancy.

Port Redundancy Wizard

- Detailed descriptions of the screens

in the Port Redundancy Wizard.

Deleting Port Redundancies

- Instructions on deleting port redundancies.

Updating the Device

- Instructions on updating the device with

the changes made to the Port Redundancy dialog box.

Overview of Port Redundancy

Port Redundancy enables you to define a redundancy relationship between any two ports or LAGs in a device, or between a port and a

LAG. One port or LAG is defined as the primary port and the other as the secondary port. In case the primary port link fails, the secondary port takes over. This connection between the two ports is called a Port

Redundancy.

An Intermodule Port Redundancy provides a port redundancy service that operates even when the primary port link fails as the result of a failure of the module. For example, if the module on which the primary port in an Intermodule Port Redundancy is located powers down or is removed from the device, the secondary port in the Intermodule Port

Redundancy takes over.

* Note: Only one intermodule port redundancy can be configured on a device.

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Individual member ports of a LAG can not participate in a Port

Redundancy. However, you can define Port Redundancy on a complete

LAG.

* Note: To edit Port Redundancy information, you must delete the

Port Redundancy, and create a new one.

For more information on Port Redundancy, refer to Redundancy in The

Reference Guide.

Viewing the Port Redundancy Dialog Box

To view the Port Redundancy dialog box:

Click .

Or

Select

Configure > Port Redundancy

. The Port Redundancy dialog box opens.

Figure 62. Port Redundancy Dialog Box

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The Port Redundancy dialog box provides a list of all port redundancies configured on the switch, with their respective primary and secondary ports and the device’s port redundancy configuration.

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the Port Redundancy dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Name

Primary

Secondary

Table 48. Port Redundancy Fields - 802.1x Tab

Description

The name of the port redundancy.

The primary port of the port redundancy pair.

Intermodule

Switch Over (sec)

Switch Back

Redundancy Mode

The secondary port of the port redundancy pair.

If checked, the port redundancy is an intermodule port redundancy. If not checked, the port redundancy is not an intermodule port redundancy.

The minimum time between switching between the ports in a port redundancy pair.

The amount of time after the primary port link is reestablished after which the primary port takes over from the secondary port.

Possible values include:

Disabled - The primary port does not take over from the secondary port.

Immediately - The primary port takes over from the secondary port as soon as the primary port link is reestablished.

After x sec- The primary port takes over from the secondary port x seconds after the primary port link is reestablished.

State of Port Redundancy on the Avaya C360 device. Possible values are:

Enabled - Port Redundancy is enabled on this device.

Disabled - Port Redundancy is not enabled on this device.

To configure the device’s port redundancy configuration:

1. Enter an amount in the

Switch Over

field.

2. Select one of the

Switch Back

option buttons.

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3. If you selected

After

x

sec

, enter the number of seconds for the switch back in the

After

x

sec

field.

4. Update the device. For more information on updating the device, refer to

“Updating the Device” on page 175 .

Adding a Port Redundancy

To add a new Port Redundancy:

Or

1. Click

Wizard

. The Port Redundancy Wizard starts. For more information, refer to

“Port Redundancy Wizard” on page 169 .

1. Click

Insert

. A row is added to the Port Redundancy dialog box.

2. Enter a name for the Port Redundancy in the

Name

field.

3. Select a port or a LAG from the Tree View or the Chassis View and drag it to the

Primary Port

field. The port number or LAG name appears in the

Primary Port field.

4. Select a port or a LAG from the Tree View or the Chassis View and drag it to the

Secondary Port

field. The port number or LAG name appears in the

Secondary Port field.

5. To configure the port redundancy as an extra resilient port redundancy, check the

Intermodule

checkbox.

* Note: Only one intermodule port redundancy can be configured on a device.

6. Update the device. For more information on updating the device, refer to

“Updating the Device” on page 175 .

* Note: A port cannot participate in more than one redundancy scheme.

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Port Redundancy Wizard

This section provides detailed information on each of the Port

Redundancy Wizard’s screens. To continue to the next screen, click

Next

.

To return to an earlier screen, click

Back

. To exit the Port Redundancy

Wizard without making any changes, click

Cancel

.

The Port Redundancy Wizard consists of the following screens:

Welcome Screen

Primary Port Selection Screen

Secondary Port Selection Screen

Name and Type Screen

Confirmation Screen

The following sections describe each of the Port Redundancy Wizard screens.

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Welcome Screen

The Port Redundancy Wizard provides a simple, step-by-step method for creating a Port Redundancy.

Figure 63. Port Redundancy Wizard - Welcome Screen

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To continue, click

Next

. The Port Redundancy Wizard continues with the

Primary Port Selection Screen

.

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Primary Port Selection Screen

The Primary Port Selection screen of the Port Redundancy Wizard helps you select a primary port for the Port Redundancy. Ports and LAGs which can be selected as primary ports appear in white in the Chassis View.

Figure 64. Port Redundancy Wizard - Primary Port Selection Screen

To select a primary port for the Port Redundancy, click a port or LAG in the Chassis View. The selected port or LAG appears blue in the Chassis

View and Tree View and is listed in the

Primary Port

field in the wizard.

When you have selected the primary port for the Port Redundancy, click

Next

. The Port Redundancy Wizard continues with the

Secondary Port

Selection Screen

.

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Secondary Port Selection Screen

The Secondary Port Selection screen of the Port Redundancy Wizard allows you to select a secondary port for the Port Redundancy. Ports and

LAGs that can be selected as secondary ports appear white in the Chassis

View.

Figure 65. Port Redundancy Wizard - Secondary Port Selection

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To select a secondary port for the Port Redundancy, click a port or LAG in the Chassis View. The selected port or LAG appears cyan in the Chassis

View and Tree View, and is listed in the

Secondary Port

field in the wizard.

When you have finished selecting the secondary port for the Port

Redundancy, click

Next

. The Port Redundancy Wizard continues with the

Name and Type Screen

.

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Name and Type Screen

The Port Redundancy Name and Type screen of the Port Redundancy

Wizard allows you to assign a name for the Port Redundancy, and determine if the redundancy is an intermodule port redundancy.

Figure 66. Port Redundancy Wizard - Name and Type Screen

To assign a name to the Port Redundancy, enter the name for the Port

Redundancy in the

Name

field.

To configure the redundancy as an intermodule Port Redundancy, check the

Intermodule checkbox.

* Note: If an intermodule port Redundancy is already configured on the device, the

Intermodule checkbox does not appear.

When you have selected a name and a type for the Port Redundancy, click

Next

. The Port Redundancy Wizard continues with the

Confirmation

Screen

.

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Confirmation Screen

The Port Redundancy Wizard displays a summary of the Port Redundancy information entered using the previous screens. The Port Redundancy has not yet been created.

Figure 67. Port Redundancy Wizard - Confirmation Screen

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To make any changes to the summary information:

1. Click

Back

until you reach the screen you want.

2. Change the Port Redundancy’s parameters.

3. Click

Next

until you reach the Confirmation screen.

To create the Port Redundancy, click

Finish

. The Port Redundancy information is uploaded to the device, and the Port Redundancy dialog box is refreshed.

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Deleting Port Redundancies

To delete an existing Port Redundancy:

1. Select a Port Redundancy from the Port Redundancy dialog box.

To select more than one Port Redundancy, press CTRL while clicking on additional Port Redundancies.

2. Click

Delete

. The selected Port Redundancies are marked with the

symbol.

Updating the Device

To update the device with all changes made to the Port Redundancy dialog box, click

Apply

. The device is updated with all new information.

To discard all changes made to the Port Redundancy dialog box, click

Refresh

. All changes made to the Port Redundancy dialog box are discarded.

For more information on the user interface, refer to “Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

For more information on tables, refer to

“Managing Tables” on page 17 .

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Port Mirroring

This chapter provides the information and instructions for using the Port

Mirroring feature. It includes the following topics:

Port Mirroring Overview

- An overview of port mirroring.

Configuring Port Mirroring

- Instructions on adding, editing, and deleting a port mirroring pair.

The Port Mirroring Wizard

- Detailed descriptions of the

screens in the Port Mirroring Wizard.

Port Mirroring Overview

Port Mirroring copies all received and transmitted packets (including local traffic) from a source port to a predefined destination port, in addition to the normal destination port of the packets. This is a useful method for monitoring all traffic traveling through a specific port.

For more information on Port Mirroring, refer to Port Mirroring in The

Reference Guide.

Do not change the VLAN of the source or destination port while the port mirroring mechanism is operating.

CAUTION

Configuring Port Mirroring

This section explains how to configure Port Mirroring on the Avaya

C360 Device.

To configure Port Mirroring:

Click .

Or

Select

Configure > Port Mirroring

. The Port Mirroring Wizard opens.

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The Port Mirroring Wizard

This section provides detailed information on each of the Port Mirroring

Wizard’s screens. To continue to the next screen, click

Next

. To return to an earlier screen, click

Back

. To exit the Port Mirroring Wizard without making any changes, click

Cancel

.

The Port Mirroring Wizard consists of the following screens:

Create Welcome Screen

Edit/Delete Welcome Screen

Source Port Selection Screen

Destination Port Selection Screen

Frames Direction Selection Screen

Confirmation Screen

If Port Mirroring is not currently active on the device, the Port Mirroring

Wizard starts with the Create Welcome screen. If Port Mirroring is currently active on the device, the Port Mirroring Wizard starts with the

Edit/Delete Welcome screen.

The following sections describe each of the Port Mirroring Wizard screens.

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Create Welcome Screen

The Port Mirroring Wizard provides a simple, step-by-step method for defining a Port Mirroring pair.

Figure 68. Port Mirroring Wizard - Create Welcome

To continue, click

Next

. The Port Mirroring Wizard continues with the

Edit/Delete Welcome Screen

.

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Edit/Delete Welcome Screen

The wizard offers the choice of deleting or editing the existing Port

Mirroring configuration.

Figure 69. Port Mirroring Wizard - Edit/Delete Welcome Screen

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To delete the existing Port Mirroring configuration:

1. Select the

Delete configuration

option button.

2. Click

Next

. The Port Mirroring Wizard continues with the

Confirmation Screen

screen.

To edit the existing Port Monitoring configuration:

1. Select the

Edit configuration

option button.

2. Click

Next

. The Port Mirroring Wizard continues with the

Source

Port Selection Screen

. The current configuration is reflected in

the wizard’s screens.

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Source Port Selection Screen

The Source Port Selection screen of the Port Mirroring Wizard helps you select a source port for the Port Mirroring pair. Ports which can be selected as sources appear in white in the Chassis View.

Figure 70. Port Mirroring Wizard - Source Port Selection Screen

To select a source for the Port Mirroring pair, select a highlighted port in the Chassis View. The selected port appears blue in the Chassis View and

Tree View and is listed in the

Source Port

field in the wizard.

When you have selected the source for the Port Mirroring, click

Next

. The

Port Mirroring Wizard continues with the

Destination Port Selection

Screen

.

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Destination Port Selection Screen

The Destination Port Selection screen of the Port Mirroring Wizard helps you select a destination port or LAG for the Port Mirroring pair. Ports and

LAGs which can be selected as destinations appear white in the Chassis

View.

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To select a destination for the Port Mirroring pair, select a port or LAG in the Chassis View. The selected port or LAG appears cyan in the Chassis

View and Tree View and is listed in the

Destination Port

field in the wizard.

When you have finished selecting the destination for the Port Mirroring pair, click

Next

. The Port Mirroring Wizard continues with the

Frames

Direction Selection Screen

.

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Frames Direction Selection Screen

The Frames Direction Selection screen of the Port Mirroring Wizard enables you to select the traffic to be copied to the destination port. You can configure the destination port to receive all traffic going through the source port, or only the traffic received by the source port.

Figure 72. Port Mirroring Wizard - Frames Direction Selection Screen

To configure which frames are copied to the destination port, select an option from the

Direction pull-down list box. Possible options are:

All Frames

- All traffic going through the source port is copied to the destination port.

Rx Frames

- Traffic received by the source port is copied to the destination port.

When you have finished selecting the traffic to be copied, click

Next

. The

Port Mirroring Wizard continues with the

Confirmation Screen

.

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Confirmation Screen

The Port Mirroring Wizard displays a summary of the Port Mirroring information entered using the previous screens. The Port Mirroring configuration has not yet been uploaded to the device.

Figure 73. Port Mirroring Wizard - Confirmation Screen

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To make any changes to the summary information:

1. Click

Back

until you reach the screen you want.

2. Change the Port Mirroring parameters.

3. Click

Next

until you reach the Confirmation screen.

To upload the Port Mirroring configuration to the device, click

Finish

. The

Port Mirroring configuration is uploaded to the device.

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IP Multicast Filtering

This chapter provides information on configuring IP Multicast Filtering on the Avaya C360 Device. It includes the following sections:

IP Multicast Filtering Overview

- A brief overview of IP

Multicast Filtering.

Configuring IP Multicast Filtering

- Instructions on accessing the IP Multicast Filtering dialog box and descriptions of the parameters in the IP Multicast Filtering dialog box.

IP Multicast Filtering Overview

IP Multicast Filtering provides a method for distributing high-bandwidth applications to specific stations that may be configured on different

VLANs. It allows for a single copy of the data to be propagated on the network, copied only when the paths to endstations diverge.

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Configuring IP Multicast Filtering

To configure IP Multicast Filtering:

Click .

Or

Select

Configure > IP Multicast Filtering

. The IP Multicast Filtering dialog box opens.

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The IP Multicast Filtering dialog box enables you to configure IP Multicast filtering parameters on the Avaya C360 Device.

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the IP Multicast Filtering dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

Filtering Mode

Table 49. IP Multicast Filtering Parameters

Description

The mode of operation of the IP Multicast

Filtering on the device. Possible Modes are:

Enable

- IP Multicast Filtering is enabled on the device.

Disable

- IP Multicast Filtering in not enabled on the device.

Host Aging Time

Delay Time

The amount of time (in seconds) allowed to pass from a router’s last IP Multicast request before the device stops forwarding all multicast sessions to a router. The valid range for this parameter is 30 - 7200 seconds.

The amount of time (in seconds) the device waits from receiving a request for a new IP

Multicast session until IP Multicast filtering begins. This time allows other hosts to report to the device. The valid range for this parameter is

1 - 300 seconds.

To change the IP Multicast filtering configuration for the Avaya C360

Device, change the IP Multicast filtering parameters.

To apply the changes, click

Apply

.

To refresh the information in the IP Multicast Filtering dialog box, click

Refresh

.

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Trap Managers Configuration

This chapter provides the information and instructions for configuring managers for the Avaya C360 Device. It includes the following topics:

Trap Manager Overview

- An overview of trap managers.

Viewing the Device Trap Managers Table

- Instructions on accessing the device’s Trap Managers Table, and a description of the Trap Managers Table.

Viewing the Media Gateway Trap Managers Table

-

Instructions on accessing the Media Gateway Trap Managers

Table, and a description of the Media Gateway TrapMedia

Gateway Table.

Viewing the WAN Trap Managers Table

- Instructions on

accessing the WAN Trap Managers Table, and a description of the

WAN Trap Managers Table.

Editing the Trap Managers Table

- Instructions on how to edit

the Trap Managers Table.

Trap Manager Overview

In the event of a fault or an unusual occurrence, the Avaya C360 can send traps to one or more Network Management Stations (NMS). To enable this feature, you must configure the Avaya C360 with a list of the managers’ workstations. Traps are then sent to the stations listed in the

Managers table.

* Note: Up to ten managers can be assigned per device. However, it is recommended to keep the list limited to actual and relevant managers so as not to place undue stress on the network.

Using the Trap Managers Table, you can also configure which traps are sent to specific managers. The columns to the right of the managers’ IP addresses represent specific traps. Checking the checkbox in a trap column enables the manager to receive the checked trap. Managers only receive the traps which are checked.

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Media Gateway modules and X330WAN expansion modules each have their own trap tables. Managers can be assigned to individual modules and need not receive traps from modules for which they are not responsible.

Viewing the Device Trap Managers Table

To view the Trap Managers table for the device:

1. Ensure that a G700 or X330WAN module is not selected.

2. Click .

Or

Select

Configure > Trap Managers

. The Device Trap Managers table opens.

Figure 75. Device Trap Managers Table

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The Device Trap Managers table is used to configure the IP addresses of the trap managers and their trap reporting statuses for device wide traps.

Traps include power, fan, faults, and module insert/remove traps.

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The following table provides a list of device trap types, their associated icons, and their descriptions.

Icon Trap

Trap Enable

Table 50. Device Trap Types

Description

Enables trap reporting for the selected manager.

Power Supply Traps

Fan Traps

Fault Traps

The trap reports the failure of a PSU.

The trap reports the failure of a fan.

Module Insert

Remove Traps

Configuration

Changed Traps

A group of traps that report a fault in the device.

The trap reports the insertion or removal of a module in the device.

IP VLAN Violation

Traps

IP Access Control

Traps

Duplicate IP Traps

A group of traps that report a change in the configuration of the device.

The trap reports the reception of a packet tagged with a VLAN ID not equal to the IP interface of the router.

A trap that reports the arrival of a packet which is assigned not to enter the router.

A trap that reports that a user has configured a device on the network with an IP address that is already being used by the router.

For information on adding and removing trap managers and editing their trap reporting statuses, refer to

“Editing the Trap Managers Table” on page 196 .

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Viewing the Media Gateway Trap Managers

Table

To view the Trap Managers table for a G700 Media Gateway:

1. Select the G700 Media Gateway for which you want to view the

Trap Managers table.

* Note: Each G700 Media Gateway module has its own Trap

Managers table, which can be used to configure IP addresses and trap managers for the specific module. Device wide trap settings do not apply to traps from G700 Media Gateways in the device.

2. Click .

Or

Select

Configure > Trap Managers

. The Media Gateway Trap

Managers table opens.

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The Media Gateway Trap Managers table is used to configure the IP addresses of the trap managers and their trap reporting statuses for Media

Gateway traps. Traps include power, fan, faults, module insert/remove, and voice related traps.

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The following table provides a list of trap types, their associated icons, and their descriptions.

Table 51. Media Gateway Trap Types

Icon Trap

Trap Enable

Description

Enables trap reporting for the selected manager.

Power Supply Traps

Fan Traps

Fault Traps

The trap reports the failure of a PSU.

The trap reports the failure of a fan.

A group of traps that report a fault in the device.

The trap reports the insertion or removal of a module in the device.

Module Insert

Remove Traps

Configuration

Changed Traps

Voice Fault Traps

Voice Information

Traps

A group of traps that report a change in the configuration of the device.

A group of traps that report quality of service problems with the voice hardware.

A group of traps that report on the normal operation of the Media

Gateway.

For information on adding and removing trap managers and editing their trap reporting statuses, refer to

“Editing the Trap Managers Table” on page 196 .

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Viewing the WAN Trap Managers Table

To view the Trap Managers table for an X330WAN expansion module:

1. Select the X330WAN expansion module for which you want to view the Trap Managers table.

* Note: Each X330WAN expansion module has its own Trap

Managers table, which can be used to configure IP addresses and trap managers for the specific module. Device wide trap settings do not apply to traps from X330WAN expansion modules in the device.

2. Click .

Or

Select

Configure > Trap Managers

. The WAN Trap Managers table opens.

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The WAN Trap Managers table is used to configure the IP addresses of the trap managers and their trap reporting statuses for WAN traps. Traps include routing, WAN, and frame relay traps.

Frame relay traps can only be enabled or disabled per X330WAN expansion module. If frame relay traps are enabled, all enabled managers receive frame relay traps. If frame relay traps are disabled, no managers will receive frame relay traps.

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To enable frame relay traps on the X330WAN expansion module, check the

Enable standard frame relay traps

checkbox. To disable frame relay traps on the X330WAN expansion module, uncheck the

Enable standard frame relay traps

checkbox.

The following table provides a list of trap types, their associated icons, and their descriptions.

Icon Trap

Trap Enable

Router Traps

WAN Traps

Table 52. WAN Trap Types

Description

Enables trap reporting for the selected manager.

A group of traps that report router detected events.

A group of traps that report problems with the WAN interface and cable.

For information on adding and removing trap managers and editing their trap reporting statuses, refer to

“Editing the Trap Managers Table” on page 196 .

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Editing the Trap Managers Table

You can add and remove managers from the Trap Managers table, and you can edit the trap reporting status of specific managers.

Adding and Removing Managers

To add managers to the table:

1. Click

Insert

.

2. Enter the IP address of the designated management station.

3. Repeat the procedure for each manager.

To remove managers from the table:

1. Click the row with the manager’s IP address.

2. Click

Delete

.

3. Repeat the procedure for each manager.

Editing Trap Reporting Statuses

To edit the trap reporting status of a manager, check or uncheck the checkboxes next to the manager’s IP address.

Checked traps will be reported to the manager.

* Note: If the Trap Enable checkbox is not checked, no traps will be reported to the selected manager.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

For more information on tables, refer to “Managing Tables” on page 17

.

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Switch Connected Addresses

This chapter provides the information and instructions for viewing stations connected to the device. It includes the following topics:

Switch Connected Addresses Overview

- An overview of the

Switch Connected Addresses feature.

Viewing the Switch Connected Addresses Window

-

Instructions on accessing the Switch Connected for Device window, and a description of the Switch Connected for Device window.

Switch Connected Addresses Overview

The Switch Connected Addresses feature allows you to see which devices are connected to the ports on the Avaya C360 Device. Keeping track of this network information can increase efficiency and security, and assist in troubleshooting network problems.

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Viewing the Switch Connected Addresses

Window

The Switch Connected Addresses window provides a list of MAC addresses along with the ports to which they are attached. To view the list of connected stations:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Switch Connected Addresses

. The Switch Connected

Addresses window opens.

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All the connections to the Avaya C360 are listed with their respective ports in the Switch Connected Addresses window. The rows of the Switch

Connected Addresses window comprise the following information:

Mac Address - The MAC addresses of the stations connected to the switch.

Port - The number of the module and port in the switch.

To refresh the information in the Switch Connected Addresses window, click

Refresh

.

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Sorting the List of Stations

To sort the list of stations, click on a column heading to sort by that column. To change the order of the sort (e.g. from ascending to descending), click the column heading of the field by which the list is sorted.

For more information on the user interface, refer to “Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

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Port Security

This chapter provides the information and instructions you need to use port security with Avaya C360 ports.

Port security enables you to prevent unauthorized users and devices from sending information through the ports in your network. The following method of port security is available for Avaya C360 ports:

802.1x Port Security

802.1x Port Security

This section provides information and instructions about using the

802.1x port security feature. It includes the following topics:

802.1x Port Security Overview

- An overview of 802.1x port

security.

Configuring 802.1x Port Security

- Instructions on how to

configure 802.1x port security.

802.1x Port Security Overview

802.1x port security requires a user connected to a port in the network to be authenticated by an authentication server.

When a user connects to a port configured with 802.1x port security, the port forwards an authentication request to a RADIUS authentication server. The authentication server checks if the user is authorized to use the port, and either allows or blocks access to the port.

The port can be configured to reauthenticate the user. If the reauthentication fails, the user is denied further access to the port.

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Configuring 802.1x Port Security

To configure 802.1x port security for a selected port:

1. Click the port symbol in the Chassis View.

Or

Click the port’s icon in the Tree View. The Port Configuration dialog box opens to the General tab.

2. Click

802.1x

. The 802.1x tab of the Port Configuration dialog box appears.

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3. Configure the port’s 802.1x port security configuration using the fields in the 802.1x tab of the Port Configuration dialog box.

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The following table provides a list of the fields in the 802.1x tab of the

Port Configuration dialog box and their descriptions:

Field

EAP State

Table 53. Port Configuration Fields - 802.1x Tab

Description

The Entity Access Port state. Possible states include:

• Initialize

• Disconnected

• Connecting

• Authenticating

• Authenticated

• Aborting

• Held

• ForceAuth

• ForceUnauth

Backend Auth State

Controlled Port Status

Controlled Port

Control

Initialize

The current state of the Backend

Authentication state machine. Possible states include:

• Request

• Response

• Success

• Fail

• Timeout

• Idle

• Initialize

The current value of the controlled port status. Possible states include:

• Authorized

• Unauthorized

The current value of the controlled port control. Possible states include:

• ForceAuthorized

• ForceUnauthorized

Forces initialization of the port. Checking the

Initialize

checkbox and clicking

Apply

forces the port to be initialized immediately

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Field Description

Reauthenticate

Forces a reauthentication. Checking the

Reauthentication

checkbox and clicking

Apply

forces the user to be reauthenticated immediately.

quietPeriod (sec) txPeriod (sec) suppTimeout (sec) serverTimeout (sec)

The amount of time, in seconds, between sending authentication requests.

The amount of time, in seconds, in which an authentication request must be answered.

The amount of time, in seconds, before resending authentication requests.

The amount of time, in seconds, before timing out an authentication request

maxReq reAuthPeriod (sec) reAuthEnabled

The maximum number of times a request for authentication is sent before timing out.

The time, in seconds, after which the port connection should be reauthenticated.

The state of reauthentication on the port.

Possible states include:

True - The port connection is reauthenticated after the reAuthPeriod.

False - The port connection is not reauthenticated. The reAuthPeriod is ignored.

For more information on the user interface, refer to

“Using Dialog Boxes and Tables” on page 28

.

The Get/Set Toolbar provides an alternative, quick method to view and change the port’s 802.1x configuration. For more information on the

Get/Set Toolbar, refer to “Get/Set Toolbar” on page 21 .

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Routing Manager

This chapter provides an introduction to the Avaya C360 Routing

Manager. It includes the following sections:

Router Modes

- An introduction to the different modes of the

Avaya C360 Router.

The User Interface

- An introduction to the Avaya C360

Routing Manager user interface.

Editing Tables

- An explanation of how to edit Avaya C360

Routing Manager tables.

Saving Table Information as Text

- Instructions on how to

save the information in a table to a text file.

Saving Configuration Changes

- An explanation of how to

apply and save configuration changes to routers.

Resetting a Router

- Instructions on how to reset routers.

Using Avaya C360 Routing Manager Help

- An explanation of

the options for accessing on-line help in the Avaya C360 Routing

Manager.

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Router Modes

The Avaya P330ML and C360 modules, and Avaya X330WAN expansion module provide routing capabilities in an Avaya C360 Stack. The

Avaya C360 module can be configured with one of the following routing modes:

Router

Layer 2 Switch

The default mode is Router. For information on changing the routing

mode, refer to “Viewing Module Configuration” on page 36 .

* Note: The Avaya X330WAN expansion module always operates in

Router mode.

Router

When configured with the Router mode, the Avaya C360 is a fully configurable router.

Layer 2 Switch

When the Avaya C360 routing mode is configured as a Layer 2 Switch, the module performs no routing functions.

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The User Interface

The user interface consists of the following elements:

Toolbar

- A toolbar providing shortcuts to the main Routing

Manager functions.

Tree View

- A resizeable window containing a hierarchical

representation of the router modules in the device and configuration windows of Avaya C360 Routing Configuration.

Table Area

- A resizeable window where all tables are displayed.

Form Area

- A resizeable window where all forms appear.

For information on other parts of the user interface, refer to

“The User

Interface” on page 16

.

The figure below shows the user interface, with its various parts labeled.

Figure 80. Avaya C360 Routing Manager User Interface

Application

Tabs

Menu Bar

Toolbar

Table

Area

Tree

View

Form Area

Status

Line

To resize the main areas of the user interface, the Tree View, the Table

Area, and the Form Area, use the splitter bars and their arrows.

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Toolbar

The Toolbar provides shortcuts to the main Routing Manager functions.

The table below describes the buttons on the Application Toolbar and gives the equivalent menu options.

Table 54. Application Toolbar

Button Description Menu Item

Edit > Undo

Undoes changes made to the table or form currently displayed.

Copies the selected information to the clipboard.

Pastes information from the clipboard into the selected table row.

Edit > Copy

Edit > Paste

Toggles the display of a form corresponding to the current table.

Toggles the display of additional table parameters.

Adds a row to the table.

View > Form

View > More

Edit > Insert Row

Deletes the selected table row.

Edit > Delete Row

Stops loading information into the current table.

Sends the configuration information to the device.

Opens a dialog box which enables you to specify the starting point in the display of a table.

Opens the on-line help for context-sensitive information.

Action > Stop

Action > Apply

Action > Start Point

Help > Context

Sensitive Help

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Tree View

The Tree View shows the Avaya P330ML and C360 modules, and

X330WAN expansion modules in the device and the applicable configuration windows for each module.

The highest level of the Tree View shows the device’s router modules.

Each module that is configured as a router is shown. The second and third levels show the configuration windows applicable to the modules.

To expand the view of a contracted element in the tree or to contract the view of an expanded element in the tree:

Double-click the element.

Or

Click the handle next to the element you want to expand or contract.

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Table Area

The right side of the application window is the Table Area. This area can be resized by dragging the vertical splitter bar with the mouse. All tables appear in the Table Area. Table columns can be resized by dragging the dividers in the table header.

To view additional parameters in the table:

Click .

Or

Open Select

View > More

. Additional parameters appear in the table.

To hide additional parameters in the table:

Click .

Or

Select

View > More

. Additional parameters do not appear in the table.

Form Area

The area at the bottom of the Table Area is where all forms appear. This area can be resized by dragging the horizontal splitter bar with the mouse.

When a form opens, it replaces the current form open in the Form Area.

Tables have associated forms that can be used to edit the information in a table row or insert information into a new table row.

To toggle the display of forms associated with table rows:

1. Select a table row.

2. Click .

Or

Select

View > Form

. The display of the associated form is toggled.

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Editing Tables

Creating

New Table

Entries

Modifying

Table

Entries

Deleting

Table

Entries

The Avaya Routing Manager user interface enables you to create, modify, and delete table entries in selected windows. The information can be added directly into the table, or in the form associated with the table.

To undo all the changes made to a table, click . When all changes are finalized, click to update the router.

To create a new table entry:

1. Click .

Or

Select

Edit > Insert Row

. A new table entry is created.

2. Enter data in the fields as required.

3. Click to update the router.

To modify data in table entries:

1. Select the table entry you want to modify by clicking it.

2. Click a field.

3. Modify the value of the selected parameters.

4. When you are finished editing the table, click to update the router.

To delete a table entry:

1. Select the table entry you want to delete by clicking it.

2. Click .

Or

Select

Edit > Delete Row

. The selected entry is deleted from the table.

3. Click to update the router.

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Saving Table Information as Text

Information in tables can be saved to text files. To save the information in the current table to a text file:

1. Select

File > Save

. The File Save dialog box opens.

2. Use the browser to select a directory.

3. Enter a filename in the

File name

field.

4. Click

Save

. The information is saved as a text file to the specified file.

Saving Configuration Changes

There are two levels of applying routing configuration changes to the router:

Running Changes

- Changes are applied to the router, but are not saved.

Committed Changes

- Changes are saved to the router.

Running Changes

After finalizing all changes to a dialog box or table, the changes must be sent to the router. To send the changes to the router, click . The configuration changes are applied to the router.

The changes remain in effect until the router is reset. When the router is reset, it is configured with the last saved configuration. All changes applied but not saved are lost.

Committed Changes

To make configuration changes permanent, the changes must be committed (saved) to the router. To commit the configuration to the router, select

File > Commit

. The changes are committed to the router.

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Resetting a Router

To reset a router:

1. Click the router’s icon in the Tree View.

2. Select

Action > Reset

. A confirmation dialog box opens.

3. Click

Yes

. The selected router is reset.

Using Avaya C360 Routing Manager Help

This section explains how to use the on-line help in the Avaya C360

Routing Manager. The on-line help can be opened to the contents page or directly to a topic of interest.

* Note: When running the Avaya C360 Manager via Web

Management, on-line help is only available if you have installed the on-line help on your network and configured the

Avaya C360 Device with the location of the help files. For information on installing the on-line help and configuring the device with the location of the files, refer to the Avaya C360

User’s Guide.

Opening the Help to the Contents Page

To open the help to the contents page, select

Help > Contents

. The on-line help opens to the contents page.

Opening the Help to a Topic of Interest

To open the help directly to a topic of interest, click . The on-line help opens to a topic explaining the option currently selected in the Tree View.

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Device

The Device folder provides access to the following windows:

Device Global Parameters

* Note: When configuring an Avaya X330WAN router, there is no

Device Global Parameters window.

Device Global Parameters

* Note: When configuring an Avaya X330WAN router, there is no

Device Global Parameters window.

To display and update global device parameters, select

Device > Device Global Parameters

. The Device Global Parameters window opens.

Figure 81. Device Global Parameters Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

System Description

System UpTime

Table 55. Global Parameters

Description

A general description of the device.

The time elapsed since the device was reset.

System Contact

System Name

System Location

The name of the person responsible for the device.

The user-assigned name of the device that appears in the windows describing the device.

The location of the device.

The IP address of the router’s main interface.

Primary Management

Interface

(X330WAN only)

SW Version

The software version of the code on the device

(for example, 2.5.7).

You can edit the System Contact, System Name, and System Location fields.

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Layer 2

The Layer 2 folder provides access to the following window:

VLANs

* Note: When configuring an Avaya X330WAN router, the Layer 2 folder provides access to the L2 Interfaces window.

VLANs

* Note: When configuring an Avaya X330WAN router, this window is called the L2 Interfaces window.

To display the layer 2 interfaces, select

Layer 2 > VLANs

. The VLANs window opens.

Figure 82. VLANs Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Table 56. VLANs Window Parameters

Description

The VLAN number of this VLAN.

VLAN No.

(not for X330WAN router)

Interface No.

(X330WAN router only)

The number of this layer 2 interface.

The VLAN name of this VLAN.

VLAN Name

(not for X330WAN router)

Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

MAC Address

The logical name of this layer 2 interface.

The MAC address of this VLAN or layer 2 interface.

The IP address of the interface’s peer.

Peer Address

(X330WAN router only)

Oper Status

(X330WAN router only)

The operational status of this layer 2 interface.

The fields in the VLANs window are read-only.

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IP Route

The IP Route folder provides access to the following windows:

IP Global Parameters

IP Interfaces

Routing Table

ARP Table

DHCP

RIP

OSPF

VRRP

CRTP

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IP Global Parameters

To display and update the IP global parameters, select

IP Route > IP Global

Parameters

. The IP Global Parameters window opens.

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

ICMP Error

Messages Enable

ARP Timeout

(seconds)

Table 57. IP Global Parameters

Description

If checked, ICMP error messages should be sent.

If not checked, ICMP error messages should not be sent.

The number of seconds that may pass between

ARP requests concerning entries in the ARP table. After this period, the entry is deleted from the table.

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IP Interfaces

IP interfaces represent the logical connections of the device to the IP nets/ subnets attached to it. Each IP interface corresponds to one net/subnet.

When you create a new IP interface, RIP and OSPF interfaces are automatically created and assigned enable status. When you delete an IP interface, the device deletes the associated RIP and OSPF interfaces.

To define and display the IP interfaces, select

IP Route > IP Interfaces

. The

IP Interfaces window opens.

Figure 84. IP Interfaces WIndow

The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Table 58. IP Interface Table Parameters

Description

The name assigned to the selected IP interface.

Interface Name

(not for X330WAN router)

IP Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

IP Address

The name assigned to the selected IP interface.

The IP address assigned to the device on this subnet.

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Field

Table 58. IP Interface Table Parameters (Continued)

Description

IP NetMask

The IP network mask of the attached net/ subnet.

VLAN Name

(not for X330WAN router)

L2 Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

Status

Directed Broadcast

Broadcast Address

Proxy ARP

NetBios Rebroadcast

The name of the Layer 2 interface with which this subnet is associated. Multiple subnets may be associated with a single VLAN, so multiple IP interfaces may be associated with the same If

Name.

The name of the Layer 2 interface with which this subnet is associated. Multiple subnets may be associated with a single interface, so multiple

IP interfaces may be associated with the same If

Name.

The status of the IP interface. If checked, the IP interface is enabled.

The status of the forwarding of incoming netdirected broadcasts to this interface. If checked, the forwarding is enabled. If not checked, IP directed broadcast messages destined to this interface will be discarded and will not be forwarded to this interface.

Determines the format of IP broadcast messages generated by the device. Possible formats are:

One fill

- The host ID in the broadcast address is filled with 'one' bits (e.g.,

149.49.50.255).

Zero fill

- The host ID in the broadcast address is filled with 'zero' bits (e.g.,

149.49.50.0).

If checked, the device will respond with its own

MAC address to ARP requests for stations that are on another VLAN.

The state of NetBios Rebroadcast on this interface.

Possible values are:

both

- NetBios are rebroadcast both to and from this interface.

disable

- NetBios are not rebroadcast to or from this interface.

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Field

ICMP Redirect

Status

Description

The state of ICMP message redirection on the interface. Possible states are:

enable

- ICMP redirect messages are enabled on this interface.

disable

- ICMP redirect messages are disabled on this interface.

You can create, modify, and delete IP interfaces. For more information on editing tables, refer to

“Editing Tables” on page 211 .

* Note: The IP Address, IP NetMask, If Name, and Status must be defined before creating an IP interface.

* Note: The list of VLANs allocated in the system is displayed in the

If Name field.

Routing Table

To display and update the Routing Table, select

IP Route > Routing Table

.

The Routing Table window opens.

Figure 85. Routing Table

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Destination

Netmask

Next Hop

VLAN Name

L2 Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

Protocol

Table 59. Routing Table Parameters

Description

The destination network IP address of this route. An IP address of 0.0.0.0 denotes a default router.

The destination network mask of this route.

(not for X330WAN)

The address of the next router of this route, via which the destination of this route is reached.

The logical name of the local interface through which the next hop of this route is reached.

The logical name of the local interface through which the next hop of this route is reached.

Leak Route

Cost

Permanent

(X330WAN router only)

The protocol through which the route was learned. The following protocols can be specified:

Static

- The route was manually configured to this device.

Local

- The route represents a directly attached net/subnet and corresponds to one of the

IP interfaces configured to this device.

RIP

- The entry was learned from the RIP protocol.

OSPF

- The entry was learned from the

OSPF protocol.

If checked, static entries are advertised by RIP and OSPF. If unchecked, static entries are not advertised.

Number of hops to the destination network, or the cost of the route for OSPF routes.

The permanence status of the route. Possible statuses are:

Checked - The route is not disabled when a link on the route is down.

Unchecked - The route is disabled when a link on the route is down.

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Field

Static Preference

Description

The preference of this route. Possible values are:

low

- Dynamic routes are preferred on this static route.

high

- This static route is preferred on dynamic routes.

Route Type

Route Age

The type of route, either local or remote.

The number of seconds since the route was last updated.

You can create, modify, or delete Routing Table static entries. For more

information on editing tables, refer to “Editing Tables” on page 211

.

* Note: Only static entries in the Routing Table can be modified.

Entries learned from OSPF, RIP, or local cannot be modified.

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When adding Routing Table entries on an Avaya X330WAN router, you can configure the next hop method in the Form View. Available next hop methods include:

Next Hop - Select the

Next Hop

option button, and enter the IP address of the next hop.

L2 Interface Name - Select the

L2 Interface Name

option button, and select an interface from the pull-down listbox.

Discard - Select the

Discard

option button.

You can limit the table entries displayed. To start the display of entries from a specified interface and IP address:

1. Click .

Or

Select

Action > Start Point

. The Start Point dialog box opens.

Figure 86. Routing Table Start Point Dialog Box

2. Enter an IP address in the

Destination

field.

3. Click

OK

. The Routing Table displays entries starting with the specified IP address.

To view all the entries in the Routing Table:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Refresh

. All entries appear in the table.

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ARP Table

To display and update the ARP Table parameters, select

IP Route > ARP

Table

. The ARP Table window opens.

Figure 87. ARP Table Window

The following parameters are displayed:

Field

IP Address

MAC Address

VLAN Name

(not for X330WAN)

L2 Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

Table 60. ARP Parameters

Description

The IP address of the station.

The MAC address of the station.

The name of the interface.

The name of the interface.

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Field

Status

Table 60. ARP Parameters (Continued)

Description

The status of the interface. Possible status values are:

Dynamic

- The entry is learned from the

ARP protocol. If the station entry is not active for a predetermined time, the entry is deleted from the table.

Static

- The entry has been configured by the network management station and is permanent.

Invalid

- The entry in the table is invalid.

You can create or delete ARP table entries. For more information on

editing tables, refer to “Editing Tables” on page 211 .

You can limit the table entries displayed. To start the display of entries from a specified interface and IP address:

1. Click .

Or

Select

Action > Start Point

. The Start Point dialog box opens.

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2. Enter an IP address in the

IP Address

field.

3. Select an interface from the If Name listbox.

4. Click

OK

. The ARP Table displays entries starting with the specified

IP address and interface.

To view all the entries in the ARP Table:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Refresh

. All entries appear in the table.

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DHCP

The

DHCP

folder provides access to the following windows:

DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameter

DHCP/BOOTP Parameters

DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameter

To display and update the DHCP/BOOTP global parameters, select

IP Route > DHCP > DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameters

. The DHCP/BOOTP

Global Parameters window opens.

Figure 89. DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameters Window

The following parameter is displayed:

Table 61. DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameter

Field

DHCP/BOOTP Global

Status

Description

If the DHCP/BOOTP Global Status checkbox is checked, DHCP/BOOTP is enabled according to the

DHCP/BOOTP configuration of each interface. If it is not checked, DHCP/BOOTP relays over all interfaces are disabled.

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DHCP/BOOTP Parameters

To display and update DHCP/BOOTP parameters, select

IP Route > DHCP >

DHCP/BOOTP Parameters

. The DHCP/BOOTP Parameters window opens.

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

VLAN Name

L2 Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

Server1 Address

Table 62. DHCP/BOOTP Parameters

(not for X330WAN)

Description

The interface name upon which the clients are located.

The interface name upon which the clients are located.

Server2 Address

The IP address of the first of two possible DHCP servers for the interface.

The IP address of the second of two possible

DHCP servers for the interface.

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Field

Relay Mode

Relay Address

Description

The method by which the DHCP relay chooses an IP address to include in the DHCP request.

When relaying a DHCP/BOOTP request, the relay has to write its own IP address into the relayed DHCP request. This address is used by the DHCP server to determine the subnet from which the client’s IP address has been allocated.

When the router has multiple IP addresses on the same VLAN, any of these addresses can be used when relaying DHCP requests.

The

Mode

field controls the behavior of the

DHCP relay in choosing the IP address to write into the DHCP request. Possible modes are:

Default

- The router chooses one of the addresses itself. The address chosen will be the lowest IP address on that VLAN.

Specific

- The router is configured with a single IP address to be used with all relayed requests arriving on the VLAN. This address must be one of the router’s IP addresses on the specified VLAN. It must be entered in the

Relay Address

field.

One of the router’s IP addresses on the VLAN.

This is used for all relayed requests, if

Mode

is set to

Specific

.

You can create, modify, or delete DHCP/BOOTP parameters. For more

information on editing tables, refer to “Editing Tables” on page 211

.

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RIP

The

RIP

folder provides access to the following windows:

RIP Global Parameters

RIP Interfaces

RIP Global Parameters

To display and update RIP global parameters, select

IP Route > RIP >

RIP Global Parameters

. The RIP Global Parameters window opens.

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

RIP Global Status

Redistribute OSPF into RIP

Table 63. RIP Global Parameters

Description

The status of RIP on the device. If checked, RIP is enabled. If not checked, RIP is disabled on all interfaces, regardless of the settings in the RIP

Interfaces window.

Controls redistribution of routes from OSPF to

RIP. If checked, all routes learned via OSPF are advertised into RIP.

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Field

Redistribute Static into RIP

Description

Controls redistribution of static routes into RIP.

If checked, the static routes inserted into the IP

Routing Table are advertised into RIP, according to the "Leak Route" definition for each static route.

Update Interval

(seconds)

(X330WAN router only)

The amount of time between each RIP periodic update.

Route Invalidate

Timeout (seconds)

(X330WAN router only)

The amount of time after which a route becomes invalid in the routing table.

You can modify RIP Global Parameters by checking boxes as desired.

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RIP Interfaces

To define and display RIP interfaces, select

IP Route > RIP > RIP Interfaces

.

The RIP Interfaces window opens.

Figure 92. RIP Interfaces Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Interface Name

IP Address

State

Status

Table 64. RIP Interface Parameters

Description

The name assigned to the selected IP interface.

The IP address of the interface.

The operational status of the RIP interface - active or inactive.

The administrative status of the RIP interface. If checked, the RIP interface status is enabled. If unchecked, it is disabled.

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Field

RIP Version

Description

The router can be configured to operate either

RIP version 1 or RIP version 2 on each IP interface. The configuration of the RIP version must be consistent on each subnet. That is, all routers should be configured with the same RIP version on their interface to the subnet.

When possible, homogeneous configuration of the RIP version in the network is recommended.

Rip1

- The router runs regular RIP on that interface, following the RIP version 1 subnet aggregation rules. That is, it advertises an aggregate route for the net as opposed to advertising subnet routes across the network boundary.

Rip2

- The router runs RIP version 2 on that interface. RIP version 2 advertisements are sent as multicast rather than broadcast. No route aggregation is done in RIP version 2. RIP version 2 allows for Variable Length Subnets Masks

(VLSM), meaning that subnets of the same net may have masks of different lengths, and may be of different sizes.

Send Receive Mode

Cost

Default Route Metric

What the device sends on this interface. Values are:

talk-listen

- RIP updates contain the entire routing table.

talkDefault-listen

- RIP updates contain only a single entry. This advertises the router as the default router.

listen-only

- No RIP updates are sent.

The cost of using this interface. RIP chooses the route with the lowest total cost (metric) for each destination.

The metric of the default route entry in RIP updates originated on this interface, if configured to

SendDefaultOnly

.

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Table 64. RIP Interface Parameters (Continued)

Field

Default Route Mode

Description

Split Horizon

Auth Type

Auth Key

If

talk-listen

, accepts default route entries in RIP messages received from other routes on this interface. If

talk-only

, does not accept default route entries in RIP messages received from other routes on this interface.

The method for handling routes learned from this interface, when sending updates to this interface. Possible methods are:

Poisoned Reverse

- The routes are advertised to this interface as unreachable.

Split Horizon

- The routes are not advertised to this interface at all.

None

- The routes are advertised to this interface as is.

Authentication Type. Possible methods are:

• None

• Simple

The password for this interface. This is only used if the

Auth Type

is set to

Simple-password

.

The password may contain up to 16 characters.

It may be configured here, but not viewed.

* Note: In the Send field, selecting ‘

listen-only

’ or ‘

talk-listen

’ will prevent updating the

Default Route Metric

field.

You can modify RIP interfaces. For more information on editing tables, refer to

“Editing Tables” on page 211 .

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OSPF

The

OSPF

folder provides access to the following windows:

OSPF Global Parameters

OSPF Interfaces

OSPF Area Parameters

OSPF Link State Database

OSPF External Database

OSPF Neighbors

OSPF Global Parameters

To define and display OSPF Global parameters, select

IP Route > OSPF >

OSPF Global Parameters

. The OSPF Global Parameters window opens.

Figure 93. OSPF Global Parameters Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

OSPF Router ID

Table 65. OSPF Global Parameters

Description

OSPF Global Status

Redistribute RIP into

OSPF

The ID number of the router. The router ID must be unique. By default, the router ID equals one of the router’s IP addresses.

The administrative status of OSPF in the router.

If not checked, OSPF is not active on any interface, regardless of the settings in the OSPF

Interfaces window.

Controls redistribution of routes from RIP to

OSPF. If checked, all routes learned via RIP are advertised into OSPF as external routes.

Redistribute Static into OSPF

Redistribute Direct into OSPF

Controls redistribution of static routes into

OSPF. If checked, routes are advertised into

OSPF as external routes, according to the "Leak

Route" definition for each static route.

Controls redistribution of direct routes which are external to OSPF. If checked, local subnets on which OSPF is disabled are advertised into

OSPF as external routes.

You can modify OSPF Global Parameters.

* Note: After updating the Router ID field, a message is displayed warning that the operation might cause the OSPF database to reset.

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OSPF Interfaces

To define and display OSPF interfaces, select

IP Route > OSPF >

OSPF Interfaces

. The OSPF Interfaces window opens.

Figure 94. OSPF Interfaces Window

IP Route

The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Interface Name

(not for

X330WAN)

IP Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

IP Address

Type

(X330WAN router only)

Table 66. OSPF Interfaces

Description

The name assigned to the selected IP interface.

The name assigned to the selected IP interface.

The IP address of this OSPF interface.

The type of interface:

• Point To Point

• Point To Multipoint

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Field

State

Status

Table 66. OSPF Interfaces (Continued)

Description

Designated Router

Backup

Designated Router

Priority

The interface state of the OSPF interface:

Down

- OSPF is not active on the interface.

Waiting

- The identity of the designated router for this subnet is not yet determined.

Designated Router

- This router is the

Designated Router on this subnet.

Backup Designated Router

- This router is the

Backup Designated Router.

Other Designated Router

- Another router is the Designated Router on this subnet.

If checked, this denotes that the interface may form neighbor relationships, and that the interface is advertised as an internal route to OSPF. If not checked, the interface is external to OSPF.

The IP Address of the designated router.

The IP Address of the backup designated router.

Cost

Hello Interval

The priority of this router to become the designated router on this interface. A value of zero indicates that this router is not eligible to become the designated router on the current network. If more than one router has the same priority, then the router ID is used.

The cost of using this interface. OSPF will choose the route with the lowest total cost (metric) to each destination.

The period of time (in seconds) between Hello packets. All routers attached to a common network must have the same Hello Interval.

Dead Interval

Auth Type

The period of time (in seconds) that a router’s

Hello packets have not been seen before the router’s neighbors declare the router down. All routers attached to a common network must have the same Dead interval.

Authentication Type. Possible methods are:

• None

• Simple

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Auth Key

Table 66. OSPF Interfaces (Continued)

Description

The password for this interface. This is only used if the

Auth Type

is set to

Simple-password

. The password may contain up to 8 characters. It may be configured here, but not viewed.

You can modify OSPF interfaces. For more information on editing tables,

refer to “Editing Tables” on page 211

.

OSPF Area Parameters

To define and display OSPF Area Parameters, select

IP Route > OSPF >

OSPF Area Parameters

. The OSPF Area Parameters window opens.

Figure 95. OSPF Area Parameters Window

The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Area ID

Stub Area

Table 67. OSPF Area Parameters

Description

A unique number identifying the OSPF area to which this router belongs. Area ID 0.0.0.0 is used for the OSPF backbone.

If checked, external link-state advertisements are not imported into the area.

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Table 67. OSPF Area Parameters (Continued)

Field

Area Border Routers

Count

Description

The total number of Area Border Routers reachable within this area. This number is initially zero and is calculated in each OSPF pass.

AS Border Routers

Count

Area LSAs Count

The total number of Autonomous System border routers reachable within this area. This number is initially zero and is calculated with each SPF pass.

The number of link-state advertisements in the link-state database.

Area LS Checksum

Summary

The sum of LS checksums of LS advertisements contained in the LS database. Use this sum to determine if there has been a change in a router’s LS database, and to compare the LS database of two routers.

You can modify OSPF Area parameters.

OSPF Link State Database

To display the OSPF Link State Database, select

IP Route > OSPF >

OSPF Link State Database

. The OSPF Link State Database window opens.

Figure 96. OSPF Link State Database Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

LSA Type

Table 68. OSPF Link State Database Window

Description

The type and format of the link state advertisement; for example, Router links and

Network links.

LSA ID

Router ID

Sequence No.

LSA Age

Checksum

Identifies the part of the routing domain that is described by the advertisement. The LSA ID can be either a router ID or an IP address.

Identifies the originating router in the autonomous system.

The sequence number of the link state advertisement. Use this parameter to detect old and duplicate link state advertisements. The larger the sequence number, the more recent the advertisement. Note that the sequence number is usually negative.

The age of the link state advertisement (in seconds).

This parameter is a checksum of the complete contents of the advertisement, not including the

Age value.

The parameters in the OSPF Link State Database window are read-only.

You can limit the table entries displayed. To start the display of entries from a specified interface and IP address:

1. Click .

Or

Select

Action > Start Point

. The Start Point dialog box opens.

Figure 97. OSPF Link State Database Start Point Dialog Box

2. Select an LSA Type from the

LSA Type

listbox.

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3. Click Start. The OSPF Link State Database displays entries starting with the specified LSA Type.

To view all the entries in the OSPF Link State Database:

Click .

Or

Select

View > Refresh

. All entries appear in the table.

OSPF External Database

To display the OSPF External Database window, select

IP Route > OSPF >

OSPF External Database

. The OSPF External Database window opens.

Figure 98. OSPF External Database Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

LSA Type

LSA ID

Table 69. OSPF External Database Window

Description

The type and format of the link state advertisement; for example, Router links and

Network links.

Identifies the part of the routing domain that is described by the advertisement. The LSA ID can be either a router ID or an IP address.

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Field

Router ID

Sequence No.

LSA Age

Checksum

Description

Identifies the originating router in the autonomous system.

The sequence number of the link state advertisement. Use this parameter to detect old and duplicate link state advertisements. The larger the sequence number, the more recent the advertisement. Note that the sequence number is usually negative.

The age of the link state advertisement (in seconds).

This parameter is a checksum of the complete contents of the advertisement, not including the

Age value.

The parameters in the OSPF External Database window are read-only.

OSPF Neighbors

To display the OSPF Neighbors window, select

IP Route > OSPF >

OSPF Neighbors

. The OSPF Neighbors window opens.

Figure 99. OSPF Neighbors Window

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The following parameters are displayed:

Field

Neighbor Address

Router ID

Neighbor State

Priority

Table 70. OSPF Neighbors Parameters

Description

Retransmit QLength

The IP address of this neighbor.

The unique OSPF identifier for the neighboring router.

The state of the relationship with this neighbor:

• Down

• Attempt

• Init

• Two Way

• Exchange Start

• Exchange

• Loading

• Full

The priority of this neighbor in the Designated

Router election.

The current length of the retransmission queue.

The parameters in the OSPF Neighbors Table window are read-only.

The

VRRP

folder provides access to the following windows:

VRRP Global Parameters

VRRP Table

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VRRP Global Parameters

VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) provides a method for configuring a redundancy between routers. A Master Router is selected for each Virtual Router. Backup routers function normally, while checking the Master Router. If the Master Router fails, the backup routers handle traffic directed to the Master Router.

* Note: VRRP and SRRP are mutually exclusive.

To define and display the VRRP global parameters, select

IP Route > VRRP

> VRRP Global Parameters

. The VRRP Global Parameters window opens.

Figure 100. VRRP Global Parameters Window

The following parameter is displayed:

Field

VRRP Status

Table 71. VRRP Global Parameter

Description

When the VRRP global parameter checkbox is checked, VRRP is operational on the router. If unchecked, VRRP is not operational on the router.

You can modify the VRRP Global Parameter.

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VRRP Table

To define and display the VRRP table, select

IP Route > VRRP >

VRRP Table

. The VRRP table opens.

Figure 101. VRRP Table

248

The following parameters are displayed:

Field

VLAN Name

(not for X330WAN)

L2 Interface Name

(X330WAN router only)

VRID

Table 72. VRRP Table Parameters

Description

The name of the selected interface.

The name of the selected interface.

IP Address

A number which, along with an interface index

(ifIndex), serves to uniquely identify a virtual router on a given VRRP router. A set of one or more associated addresses is assigned to a VRID.

The IP address associated with this virtual router.

If more than one IP address is associated with this virtual router,

Click for Details

appears in the

IP Address

field. Clicking the field opens the Form View showing all IP addresses associated with this virtual router.

The IP addresses must be on a local subnet on the VLAN.

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State

Master IP Address

Priority

Table 72. VRRP Table Parameters (Continued)

Virtual Route Up

Time

Description

The state of the virtual router. Possible states are:

initialize

- The virtual router is not functional.

backup

- The virtual router is monitoring the availability of the master router.

master

- The virtual router is forwarding packets with IP addresses associated with this virtual router.

The IP address of the physical router currently acting as the Virtual Router’s Master Router.

This object specifies the priority to be used for the virtual router master election process.

Higher values imply higher priority.

A priority of '0', although not settable, is sent by the master router to indicate that this router has ceased to participate in VRRP and a backup virtual router should transition to become a new master.

A priority of 255 is used for the router that owns the associated IP address(es).

The time when the virtual router’s state changed from initialized to backup

or master

.

The time is expressed in ticks (1/60 of a second).

Advertise Interval

MAC Address

Primary IP Address

Preempt Mode

The interval, in seconds, between VRRP advertisement messages sent by the master router.

The virtual MAC address of the virtual router.

The physical router’s IP address to be used if it is elected to be Master Router. The Primary IP

Address must belong to the physical router and be on the selected VLAN.

If this parameter is set to 0.0.0.0, the IP address which is numerically lowest will be selected.

If checked, the virtual router with the highest priority will preempt active routers and become the master router.

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Field

Auth Type

Table 72. VRRP Table Parameters (Continued)

Description

Auth Key

Authentication Type. Possible methods are:

• None

• Simple

The password for this interface. This is only used if the

Auth Type

is set to

Simple

. The password may contain up to 8 characters. It may be configured here, but not viewed.

To associate IP addresses with a selected virtual router:

1. Select a virtual router in the VRRP table.

2. Ensure that the Form View is visible.

3. Enter the IP address to associate with the selected router in the textbox under the

IP Addresses

listbox in the Form View.

4. Click . The IP address is associated with the virtual router.

To disassociate IP addresses from a selected virtual router:

1. Select a virtual router in the VRRP table.

2. Ensure that the Form View is visible.

3. Select the IP address from the

IP Addresses

listbox in the Form

View.

4. Click router.

. The IP address is no longer associated with the virtual

You can modify VRRP parameters. For more information on editing tables, refer to

“Editing Tables” on page 211 .

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CRTP

The

CRTP

folder provides access to the following window:

CRTP Interfaces

CRTP Interfaces

The Avaya X330WAN router supports RTP compression, reducing the overhead of transmitting voice packets over the E1/T1 line. You can configure CRTP (Compressed RTP) parameters for each PPP interface on the X330WAN router.

* Note: The CRTP Interfaces window is only available on an

X330WAN router.

To define and display CRTP Interfaces, select

IP Route > CRTP >

CRTP Interfaces

. The CRTP interfaces window appears.

Figure 102. CRTP Interfaces WIndow

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The following parameters are displayed:

Table 73. CRTP Interface Table Parameters

Field

Layer 2 Interface

Name

Status

Description

The name of the selected interface.

The status of RTP compression on this interface.

Possible statuses include:

Enabled - RTP compression is enabled on the interface.

Disabled - RTP compression is disabled on the interface.

Maximum RTP

Connection

Actual RTP

Connections

Min Port

Max Port

Max Interval

Max Time

Compression Ratio

Maximum TCP

Connection

Actual TCP

Connections

The maximum number of context identifiers for

RTP connections on this interface. 0 means that no RTP headers will be compressed.

The actual number of context identifiers for RTP connections on this interface.

The minimal UDP destination port number to be considered as RTP traffic.

The maximal UDP destination port number to be considered as RTP traffic.

The maximum number of seconds between full headers.

The maximum number of compressed packets that can be sent between full headers.

The average ratio between the compressed header size and the original header size on this interface. The value is expressed as a percentage.

The maximum number of context identifiers for

TCP connections on this interface.

The actual number of context identifiers for TCP connections on this interface.

You can modify CRTP parameters on PPP interfaces. For more information on editing tables, refer to

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A

Menus

This appendix gives the full structure of the menus in the Avaya C360

Manager.

Device Manager Menus

This section provides the menu structure of the Avaya C360 Device

Manager.

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File Menu

Item

Exit

Table 74. File Menu - Device Manager

Description

Exits the Avaya C360 Manager.

View Menu

Item

Refresh

Configuration

Port RMON

Switch Connected

Addresses

Toolbars > Show

Application Toolbar

Toolbars > Show

Get/Set Toolbar

Table 75. View Menu - Device Manager

Description

Refreshes the display with information from the device.

Switches the Device Manager to configuration mode.

Switches the Device Manager to monitoring mode.

Displays a list of stations connected to each of the device’s ports.

Toggles the display of the application toolbar.

Toggles the display of the Get/Set toolbar.

Configure Menu

Item

Table 76. Configure Menu - Device Manager

Description

Stack Configuration

VLANs

Displays information for the device.

Displays and enables configuration of VLANs.

LAG

Port Redundancy

Port Mirroring

Trap Managers

Displays and enables configuration of LAGs.

Displays and enables configuration of port redundancies.

Allows copying of all transmitted and received packets from one port to another.

Displays managers and traps configuration information.

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Item Description

IP Multicast Filtering

Displays the IP Multicast Filtering dialog box.

Opens the Channel Groups table.

WAN > Channel

Groups

WAN > Commit

Saves the updated configuration to the

X330WAN expansion module.

Opens the Backup Interfaces table.

WAN > Backup

Interfaces

Media Gateway > VoIP

Configuration

Opens the VoIP config tab of the VoIP Engine

Dialog box.

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Actions Menu

Item

Table 77. Actions Menu - Device Manager

802.1x > Initialize

Selected Ports

802.1x > Initialize All

Ports

802.1x >

Reauthenticate

Selected Ports

Description

Initializes 802.1x security on the selected ports.

Initializes 802.1x security on all ports.

Forces reauthentication of 802.1x security on the selected ports.

802.1x >

Reauthenticate All

Ports

Reset Device

Forces reauthentication of 802.1x security on all ports.

Resets the entire device.

Reset Module(s)

Reset Media

Module(s)

Resets the selected modules.

Reset the selected media modules.

Reset WAN Plugin(s)

Reset the selected X330WAN expansion modules.

Clear CAM

Clear the Avaya C360 devices’s CAM table of all learned MAC addresses.

Tools Menu

Item

Administer

Station/Gateway

Administer Call

Controller

Table 78. Tools Menu - Device Manager

Description

Opens Avaya Site Administrator on the station or the selected Media Gateway.

Opens Avaya Site Administrator on the selected Media Call Controller.

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Item

Help Contents

Help On

Table 79. Help Menu - Device Manager

Description

About Avaya C360

Device Manager

Opens the on-line help contents page.

Activates context sensitive help.

Copyright information about the Avaya C360

Device Manager.

Routing Manager Menus

This section provides the menu structure of the Avaya C360 Routing

Manager.

File Menu

Item

Save

Commit

Table 80. File Menu - Routing Manager

Description

Saves the current table to a text file.

Saves the current configuration to the router.

Edit Menu

Item

Undo

Copy

Paste

Insert Row

Delete Row

Table 81. Edit Menu - Routing Manager

Description

Undoes changes made to the table or form currently displayed.

Copies the selected information to the clipboard.

Pastes information from the clipboard into the selected table row.

Adds a row to the table.

Deletes the selected table row.

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View Menu

Item

Refresh

Form

More

Action Menu

Item

Stop

Apply

Start Point

Reset

Table 83. Action Menu - Routing Manager

Description

Stops loading information into the current table.

Sends the configuration information to the device.

Opens the Start Point dialog box for specifying the starting point of entries displayed in the table.

Reset the selected router.

Help Menu

Table 82. View Menu - Routing Manager

Description

Refreshes the information in the current table.

Toggles the display of a form corresponding to the current table.

Toggles the display of additional table parameters.

Table 84. Help Menu - Routing Manager

Item

Context Sensitive

Help

Description

Activates context sensitive help.

Contents

About Routing Manager

Opens the on-line help contents page.

Copyright information about the Avaya C360

Routing Manager.

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Web Management

This appendix provides instructions for managing Avaya C360 Devices via the Internet and contains the following topics:

Web Management Overview

- An overview on Web

Management.

Configuring the Avaya C360 Device

- Instructions on how to configure the Avaya C360 Device for the first time.

Web Management Overview

Web Management provides a simple method of managing Avaya C360

Devices via the Internet. The Avaya C360 Manager software does not need to be installed on your computer.

Instead, a small plug-in for your web browser activates the embedded manager software. This plug-in loads automatically when you use Web

Management.

* Note: Port RMON is not available via Web Management.

On-line help is only available if you have installed the on-line help on your network and configured the Avaya C360 Device with the location of the help files. For information on installing the on-line help and configuring the device with the location of the files, refer to the

Avaya C360 User’s Guide.

Configuring the Avaya C360 Device

When an Avaya P330ML or C360 module is initially configured as a full router, it must be assigned an IP address. The IP address must be assigned using the CLI (Command Line Interface) setup screens. For information on assigning an IP address to the router module, refer to the Avaya C360

User’s Guide.

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Index

Numerics

802.1x port security

201

A

Adding a Port Redundancy

168

managers to table

196

table entries

211

Additional table parameters viewing

210

Advanced tab

Channel Group

93

USP

114

Application tabs

16

Application Toolbar buttons

208

Applying changes in tables

17

IP Multicast Filtering configuration

187

Port Redundancy

175

VLAN configuration

153

ARP Table window

227

Avaya C360 Management connected stations

197

device configuration

31

G700 Media Gateway

65

introduction

13

IP Multicast Filtering

185

LAGs

155

PoE

59

Port Mirroring

177

Port Redundancy

165

port RMON

137

trap managers

189

VLANs

141

VoIP Engine configuration

77

WAN configuration

85

welcome to Avaya C360 Manager

9

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Avaya C360 Manager

Application tabs

16

Device Manager

19

modes

27

overview

13

starting

14

Status Line

17

user interface

16

Avaya Site Administration (ASA)

75

B

Backup interface configuration

128

create

128

delete

128

table

128

Backup Interface Parameters screen

134

Backup Interface Wizard

129

Backup Interface Parameters screen

134

Confirmation screen

135

Select Backup Interface screen

133

Select Module screen

131

Select Primary Interface screen

132

Welcome screen

130

Base Port Selection screen

159

C

Channel Group

Advanced tab

93

Channel Group tab

91

creating

107

deleting

107

dialog box

105

DLCIs tab

102

editing

107

frame relay information

96

Frame Relay tab

97

managing

105

PPP session information

90

PPP tab

94

Sub-Frame-Relays tab

100

viewing information

90

viewing table

105

261

Index

Channel Group Wizard

107

Confirmation screen

111

Select Channels and Speed screen

110

Select E1/T1 Port screen

109

Select Name and Encapsulation screen

108

Welcome screen

108

Chassis View

24

Application Toolbar

20

colors in

24

Get/Set Toolbar

21

selecting elements

26

Status Line

17

Committed changes

212

Configurable router

206

Configuration applying changes

212

committed changes

212

PVID

153

running changes

212

saving changes

212

Configuring a port’s VLAN configuration

146

backup interfaces

128

devices

31

devices via the Internet

259

frame relay Channel Groups

96

G700

66

G700 Media Gateway modules

66

IP Multicast Filtering

186

LAGs

41

media module

74

modules

36

PoE information

60

PoE modules

61

PoE ports

62

Port Mirroring

177

ports

48

PPP session Channel Groups

90

trap managers

189

USP

111

USP frame relay interface

119

USP PPP interface

112

VLAN settings for ports

152

VLANs

148

VoIP

82

VoIP Engine

77

WAN

85

WAN E1/T1 port

87

X330WAN module

86

Confirmation screen

Backup Interface Wizard

135

Channel Group Wizard

111

LAG Wizard

162

Port Mirroring Wizard

184

Port Redundancy Wizard

174

Contents page in Help

29 ,

213

Contracting

VLAN tree branch

144

Create Welcome screen

179

Creating backup interface

128

Channel Groups

107

DLCIs

126

LAGs

157

Sub-Frame-Relays

123

table entries

211

VLANs

148

CRTP

CRTP Interfaces window

251

overview

251

CRTP Interfaces window

251

D

Deleting backup interface

128

Channel Groups

107

DLCIs

126

LAGs

163

managers from table

196

Port Redundancies

175

Sub-Frame-Relays

124

table entries

211

VLANs

151

Desktop

23

Destination Port Selection screen

182

Device configuration

31

Global Parameters window

215

information

32

overview

215

refreshing information

28

resetting

56

Device Manager

Application Toolbar

20

Chassis View

24

Desktop

23

Dialog Area

27

Get/Set Toolbar

21

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29

menus

253

overview

19

Toolbar

20

Tree View

23

user interface

19

DHCP

DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameters window

229

DHCP/BOOTP Parameters window

230

overview

229

Dialog Area

27

Dialog box symbols

28

Discarding

Port Redundancy changes

175

Distributing high-bandwidth applications

185

DLCI creating

103 ,

126

deleting

103 ,

126

modifying

103

, 126

DLCIs tab

Channel Group

102

USP

125

Dragging and dropping for PVID configuration

153

E

E1/T1 port configuration

87

Edit/Delete Welcome screen

180

Editing

Channel Groups

107

LAGs

157

table entries

211

tables

211

the Trap Managers table

196

trap status

196

VLAN names

149

Expanding

VLAN tree branch

144

F

Folder

CRTP

251

Device

215

DHCP

229

IP Route

219

Layer 2

217

OSPF

237

RIP

232

VRRP

246

Form Area resizing

210

Routing Manager

210

Frame relay viewing information

96

Frame Relay tab

Channel Group

97

USP

119

Frames Direction Selection screen

183

G

G700 Media Gateway

Avaya Site Administration

75

device configuration

66

media module configuration

74

MG Config tab

67

MGC Config tab

72

MGP Config tab

68

module configuration

66

overview

65

Switch Config tab

66

GBIC ports

25

Get/Set Toolbar

21

Graph

Port RMON traffic

138

scrolling within

139

unfreezing

139

zooming in and out

139

Guide intended users

9

organization

9

purpose

9

Index

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Index

H

Help contents page

29

,

213

Routing Manager

213

topic

29

,

213

using

29

Hiding additional table parameters

210

How this guide is organized

9

How to access the VLAN Configuration dialog box

143

configure backup interfaces

128

configure devices

31

configure WAN

85

scroll within the graph

139

select elements

26

sort the list of switch connected addresses

199

unfreeze the graph

139

use on-line help

213

use the Device Manager Application Toolbar

20

use the Get/Set Toolbar

21

view backup interfaces

128

zoom in and out of the graph

139

I

Internet management configuration

259

overview

259

Introduction

Avaya C360 Manager

9

IP Global Parameters window

220

IP Interfaces window

221

IP Multicast Filtering applying configuration changes

187

changing parameters

187

configuring

186

overview

185

refreshing the dialog box

187

IP Route

ARP Table

227

CRTP

251

CRTP Interfaces window

251

DHCP

229

DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameters window

229

IP Route, (continued)

DHCP/BOOTP Parameters window

230

IP Global Parameters

220

IP Interfaces

221

OSPF

237

OSPF Area Parameters window

241

OSPF External Database window

244

OSPF Global Parameters window

237

OSPF Interfaces window

239

OSPF Link State Database window

242

OSPF Neighbors window

245

overview

219

RIP

232

RIP Global Parameters window

232

RIP Interfaces window

234

Routing Table

223

VRRP

246

VRRP Global Parameters window

247

VRRP Table window

248

L

L2 Interfaces window

217

LAG Name screen

161

LAG Wizard

157

Base-Base Port Selection screen

159

Confirmation screen

162

LAG Name screen

161

Member Port Selection screen

160

Welcome screen

158

LAGs colors

24

configuration

41

creating

157

deleting

163

editing

157

overview

155

selecting

26

viewing the LAG table

156

Layer 2

L2 Interfaces window

217

overview

217

VLANs window

217

Link Aggregation Groups, see LAGs

M

Manager

Routing

205

trap

189

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Managing

Channel Groups

105

devices via the Internet

259

tables

17

Manual intended users

9

organization

9

purpose

9

Master VLAN list

142

Media Gateway

G700

65

Media Gateway Controller

IP settings

72

MGC List

73

Media Gateway Processor general information

68

IP address settings

69

QoS parameters

71

VLAN settings

70

Media module configuration

74

Member Port Selection screen

160

Menus

Device Manager

253

Routing Manager

257

structure

253

MG Config tab

67

MGC Config tab

72

MGC List

73

MGP Config tab

68

Modes

Configuration

27

Port RMON

27

Router

206

routing

206

Second Layer

206

switching between

27

Modifying

DLCIs

126

Sub-Frame-Relays

123

table entries

211

Module colors

24

configuration

36

configuring PoE

61

resetting

56

selecting

26

X330WAN configuration

86

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Monitoring performance

137

traffic

138

traffic through a specific port

177

More table parameters viewing

210

N

Name and Type screen

173

O

OpenView (Solaris)

14

Organization of guide

9

OSPF

Area Parameters window

241

External Database window

244

Global Parameters window

237

Interfaces window

239

Link State Database window

242

Neighbors window

245

overview

237

Overview

LAGs

155

PoE

59

Port Mirroring

177

Port Redundancy

165

switch connected addresses

197

trap managers

189

VLAN configuration

141

VLANs

142

VoIP

77

X330WAN module

85

P

Pie chart

138

PoE configuring modules

61

configuring ports

62

overview

59

viewing configuration

60

viewing information

60

Port colors

24

configuration

48

,

152

Configuration Area

146

configuring PoE

62

E1/T1 configuration

87

Index

265

Index

Port, (continued)

GBIC

25

PVID configuration

153

redundancy see Port Redundancy selecting

26

selecting for VLAN configuration

151

viewing PoE information

60

viewing VLAN configuration

152

VLAN settings

151

Port Mirroring configuring

177

overview

177

Port Mirroring Wizard

Confirmation screen

184

Create Welcome screen

179

Destination Port Selection screen

182

Edit /Delete Welcome screen

180

Frames Direction Selection screen

183

overview

178

Source Port Selection screen

181

Port Redundancy adding

168

deleting

175

overview

165

updating table

175

viewing the Port Redundancy dialog box

166

Port Redundancy Wizard

Confirmation screen

174

Name and Type screen

173

overview

169

Primary Port Selection screen

171

Secondary Port Selection screen

172

Welcome screen

170

Port RMON overview

137

pie chart

138

traffic graph

138

window

138

Power over Ethernet

see PoE

PPP session viewing information

90

PPP tab

Channel Group

94

USP

117

Primary Port Selection screen

171

R

Refreshing device information

28

IP Multicast Filtering dialog box

187

Port Redundancy dialog box

175

tables

17

Removing managers from table

196

table entries

211

Renaming VLANs

149

Resetting devices

56

modules

56

routers

213

Resizing

Form Area

210

Table Area

210

RIP

Global Parameters window

232

Interfaces window

234

overview

232

Router mode

206

Routing Manager

Form Area

210

help

213

introduction

205

menus

257

resetting

213

Router mode

206

routing modes

206

Second Layer mode

206

Table Area

210

Toolbar

208

Tree View

209

user interface

207

Routing modes overview

206

Router

206

Second Layer

206

Routing Table window

223

Running Avaya C360 Manager from Avaya MultiService Console

14

from HP NNM

14

via the Internet

15

Running changes

212

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Index

S

Saving table information as text

212

Scrolling within the graph

139

Second Layer mode

206

Secondary Port Selection screen

172

Security

802.1x port

201

Select Backup Interface screen

133

Select Channels and Speed screen

110

Select E1/T1 Port screen

109

Select Module screen

131

Select Name and Encapsulation screen

108

Select Primary Interface screen

132

Selecting elements

26

ports for VLAN configuration

151

traffic to monitor

139

Selection List

145

Serial Port tab

112

Shortcuts

Routing Manager Toolbar

208

Sorting the list of stations

199

Source Port Selection screen

181

Starting

Avaya C360 Manager

14

Avaya C360 Manager using MSNM

14

Web management

15

Station connections

197

Status

GBIC ports

25

Line

17

tab, VoIP

83

Sub-Frame-Relay creating

100

,

123

deleting

101

,

124

modifying

101

,

123

Sub-Frame-Relays tab

Channel Group

100

USP

122

Switch Config tab

66

Switch connected addresses overview

197

sorting list

199

window

198

Switching views

16

Symbols in tables

17

Synchronizing VLAN names

150

T

Table adding and deleting managers

196

apply changes

17

,

211

Backup Interfaces

128

Channel Group

105

Device Trap Managers

190

editing manager status

196

editing Trap Managers

196

LAGs

156

Media Gateway Trap Managers

192

Port Redundancy

166

refreshing

17

row symbols

17

saving as text

212

Selection List

145

undoing changes

17

,

211

using

28

WAN Trap Managers

194

Table Area in Routing Manager

210

resizing

210

Table Entries

Adding

211

Creating

211

Deleting

211

Editing

211

Modifying

211

Removing

211

Tagging packets with VLAN information

142

Text files saving table information to

212

Toolbar

Device Manager Application

20

Device Manager Get/Set

21

Routing Manager

208

Traffic

Port RMON graph

138

types

139

viewing statistics

139

Trap managers configuration

189

overview

189

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Trap Managers table adding and deleting managers

196

device

190

editing

196

editing status

196

Media Gateway

192

WAN

194

Traps device

190

editing status

196

Media Gateway

192

WAN

194

Tree View

Device Manager

23

Routing Manager

209

Types of traffic

139

U

Undo changes in table

211

Unfreezing the graph

139

Updating changes in table

211

Port Redundancy dialog box

175

User interface

Avaya C360 Manager

16

Device Manager

19

Routing Manager

207

Users of Avaya C360 management

9

Using

Avaya C360 help

29

Chassis View

24

Device Manager Application Toolbar

20

dialog boxes

28

Get/Set Toolbar

21

on-line help

213

tables

28

USP

Advanced tab

114

configuration

111

DLCIs tab

125

frame relay interface

119

Frame Relay tab

119

PPP interface

112

PPP tab

117

Serial Port tab

112

Sub-Frame-Relays tab

122

viewing information

111

V

Viewing additional table parameters

210

backup interfaces

128

Channel Group information

90

Channel Group table

105

connected stations

197

,

198

device information

32

device traps

190

E1/T1 port configuration

87

expansion module configuration

86

frame relay Channel Group information

96

LAG configuration

41

LAG table

156

Media Gateway traps

192

module configuration

36

port configuration

48

port VLAN configuration

152

PPP session Channel Group information

90

Switch Connected Addresses window

198

the Port Redundancy dialog box

166

the Port RMON window

138

traffic statistics

139

USP information

111

VLAN list

143

WAN traps

194

VLANs accessing the dialog box

143

applying configuration changes

153

configuration

141

creating

148

creating, deleting, and renaming

148

deleting

151

expanding and contracting tree

144

managing

148

master VLAN list

142

overview

142

Port Configuration Area

146

,

152

port PVID configuration

153

port VLAN settings

151

renaming

149

selecting ports for VLAN configuration

151

Selection List

145

synchronizing names

150

tags

142

tree

144

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VLANs, (continued) viewing configuration

143

viewing port VLAN configuration

152

VLAN tree

144

window

217

VoIP configuration

82

configuring the engine

77

general engine information

78

overview

77

QoS

79

Resources tab

78

RSVP

81

RTCP

80

status tab

83

VRRP

Global Parameters window

247

overview

246

Table window

248

W

WAN configuration

85

X330WAN overview

85

Web management configuration

259

overview

259

starting

15

Welcome screen

Backup Interface Wizard

130

Channel Group Wizard

108

LAG Wizard

158

Port Redundancy Wizard

170

Welcome to Avaya C360 Manager

9

Who should use Avaya C360 Manager

9

Window

ARP Table

227

CRTP Interfaces

251

Device Global Parameters

215

DHCP/BOOTP Global Parameters

229

DHCP/BOOTP Parameters

230

IP Global Parameters

220

IP Interfaces

221

IP Routing Table

223

L2 Interfaces

217

OSPF Area Parameters

241

OSPF External Database

244

OSPF Global Parameters

237

OSPF Interfaces

239

OSPF Link State Database

242

OSPF Neighbors

245

Port RMON

138

RIP Global Parameters

232

RIP Interfaces

234

Switch Connected Addresses

198

VLANs

217

VRRP Global Parameters

247

VRRP Table

248

Wizard

Backup Interface

129

Channel Group

107

LAG

157

Port Mirroring

178

Port Redundancy

169

X

X330WAN module configuration

86

overview

85

Z

Zooming in and out of the graph

139

Index

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