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Cisco MC3810
Ti t le p ae
Supports Management Module SM-CIS1005
Device Management
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Contents
INTRODUCTION
Device-Specific MIBs ................................................ 22
Generic Routing Applications........................................ 23
Routing Protocol Comparison View........................... 23
AppleTalk Routing Application .................................. 24
RTMP Table View .................................................. 24
Kinetics Internet Protocol Table View .................... 25
Name Binding Protocol Table View ....................... 26
ZIP Table View ...................................................... 26
LocalTalk Interface Table View.............................. 27
ATPORT Table View ............................................. 28
ARP Table View..................................................... 29
AppleTalk Echo View ............................................. 29
DECnet Routing Application...................................... 30
Host Table View..................................................... 30
Area Table View .................................................... 30
Interface Cost Table View...................................... 31
DECnet Routing Level 1 View ............................... 31
DECnet Routing Level 2 View ............................... 31
DECnet Routing Hello View ................................... 31
IP Routing Application ............................................... 32
Cisco IP Accounting Table View ............................ 32
BGP4 Application ...................................................... 33
Peer Table ............................................................. 33
Path Attribute Table ............................................... 35
Novell Routing Application ........................................ 36
Novell Service Advertisement Protocol (SAP) View36
Novell Internet Packet Exchange (IPX) View......... 37
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Purpose and Scope ........................................................6
Required Reading ...........................................................6
Supported Devices..........................................................7
The SPECTRUM Model ..................................................7
TASKS
9
EVENTS
11
CISCOVIEW
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DEVICE VIEW
14
Interface Device View ...................................................14
Interface Icons ...........................................................15
Interface Icon Subviews Menu...............................16
Interface Status View.................................................17
Interface Configuration - Information View ................17
Secondary Address Panel View ................................18
DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW
19
APPLICATION VIEW
20
Supported Applications .................................................21
Common Applications................................................21
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Contents
Modem Line Statistics Table View ........................ 56
Modem Line Speed Statistics Table View ............. 57
Cisco Flash Application............................................. 58
Cisco Flash Configuration View ............................ 58
Flash Directory................................................... 59
Flash Device Chip Properties Table View ............. 59
Flash Copy Operations Table View....................... 60
Flash Device Properties Table View ..................... 60
Flash File Properties Table View........................... 61
Flash Miscellaneous Operations Table View ........ 61
Flash Device Partition Properties Table View ....... 61
Flash Partitioning Operations Table View ............. 62
Cisco Ping Application .............................................. 62
Ping Request Table View ...................................... 62
Cisco Queue Application........................................... 64
Queue Interface View............................................ 64
Queue Statistics View ........................................... 65
Queue Rotation Interface View ............................. 65
ATM Client Application.............................................. 66
VCL Table ............................................................. 66
ATM Link Modeling Options .................................. 67
EnvMon Application .................................................. 68
Enable Notifications............................................... 68
Fan Status ............................................................. 68
Power Supply Status ............................................. 68
Temperature Status............................................... 69
Voltage Status ....................................................... 69
Discovery Application................................................ 70
Discovery Cache Table View ................................ 70
Interface Discovery Status Table .......................... 71
Check Point Information .....................................37
IPX Accounting Information ................................37
Check Point Accounting Table ...........................37
Accounting Table................................................38
Vines Routing Application..........................................38
Vines Routing Echo View.......................................38
Vines Routing ICP View.........................................39
Vines Broadcast Detail View..................................39
Vines Rx View........................................................40
Vines Tx View ........................................................41
XNS Routing Application ...........................................41
Cisco BSTUN Application..........................................42
BSTUN Groups View .............................................42
BSTUN Ports View.................................................43
BSTUN Routes View..............................................43
Cisco STUN Application ............................................44
STUN Group View .................................................44
STUN Port View.....................................................45
STUN Route View ..................................................45
Optional Applications ....................................................46
Cisco Chassis Application .........................................47
Cisco Chassis Card View.......................................47
Cisco Chassis General Information View...............47
Chassis Information............................................47
ROM Information ................................................48
RAM Information ................................................48
Cisco Modem Application ..........................................49
Modem System Information View ..........................49
Modem Line Status Table View .............................50
Modem Line Configuration Table View ..................54
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Contents
Cisco Interface Application ........................................73
Cisco RFC1317 Async Application............................74
RS232 Asynchronous Port Table...........................74
Cisco Terminal Server Application ............................74
Line Configuration View .........................................74
Cisco Terminal Server Line View...........................75
Cisco Terminal Server Session View .....................77
Cisco Memory Pool Application.................................77
Cisco Memory Pool Monitor Table View ................77
Cisco Frame Relay Application .................................78
Frame Relay Trap Configuration View ...................78
DLCI Connection View...........................................79
Frame Relay Circuit Table .....................................79
Frame Relay Data Link Connection Management Table ...................................................................80
Frame Relay Error Table .......................................81
Cisco Frame Relay LMI Table ...............................82
Cisco Frame Relay Circuit Table ...........................82
Cisco Frame Relay Ext. Circuit Table ....................83
Cisco Frame Relay Map Table ..............................84
PERFORMANCE VIEWS
Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options View
91
Interface Address Translation Table View............. 92
Cisco Buffer Management View ............................ 92
Buffer Elements ................................................. 93
Buffer Management Buttons .............................. 93
Network/Host Configuration View.......................... 96
Cisco Running Config Event/Alarm Configuration
View................................................................ 97
Cisco Config-Copy Table View.............................. 98
MODEL INFORMATION VIEW
101
INDEX
102
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Device Performance View.............................................86
Performance View.........................................................87
Port Performance View .................................................87
CONFIGURATION VIEW
89
Device Configuration View ............................................89
Interface Configuration Table ....................................90
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Introduction
This section introduces the SPECTRUM Device Management documentation for Cisco MC3810 devices.
This introduction to the Device Management
documentation for Cisco MC3810 devices
contains the following information:
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•
•
•
Purpose and Scope (Page 6)
Required Reading (Page 6)
Supported Devices (Page 7)
The SPECTRUM Model (Page 7)
Purpose and Scope
management using SPECTRUM and for
explanations of basic SPECTRUM functionality
and navigation techniques, refer to the
documentation listed under Required Reading.
Required Reading
To use this documentation effectively, you must
be familiar with the information covered by the
other SPECTRUM online documentation listed
below.
Use this documentation as a guide for managing
the Cisco MC3810 device with the SPECTRUM
management module SM-CIS1005. The
documentation describes the icons, menus, and
views that enable you to remotely monitor,
configure, and troubleshoot the Cisco MC3810
device through software models in your
SPECTRUM database.
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Operators
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Administrators
• How To Manage Your Network with
SPECTRUM
• SPECTRUM Views
Only information specific to the supported
management module is included in this
document. For general information about device
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• SPECTRUM Menus
• SPECTRUM Icons
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Introduction
Supported Devices
Supported Devices
The SPECTRUM Model
The Cisco MC3810 is a multiservice access
concentrator that integrates data, voice, and video
onto public or private Frame Relay,
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), or leased
line networks.
SPECTRUM uses a single device model type,
Cisco_MC3810, for modeling the Cisco MC3810.
MC3810 models are represented in
SpectroGRAPH views by Device icons. As shown
below, the Device icon varies slightly depending
on the kind of view in which it appears.
The Cisco MC3810 connects to any standard
private branch exchange (PBX) switch, key
system, or telephone, and provides up to 30
channels of voice. The MC3810 supports tie-line
and ring-down modes and dual tone
multifrequency (DTMF) digit-based per-call
switching, using dialed digits to select destination
sites and network calls. It may even eliminate the
need for PBX switching at small sites when
telephones and trunks are connected to the
MC3810 and it is used as a voice switch.
Figure 1: Small and Large Device Icons
Model Name
Small Device icon appears in
Topology, Device Topology,
Application Views
MC3810
Model Name
Large Device icon
appears in Device Topology,
Location, and Interface
Device views.
MC3810
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The SPECTRUM Model
The device-specific Icon Subviews menu options
available from the Device icon are listed below.
Option
The rest of this document covering management
module SM-CIS1005 is organized as follows:
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•
Accesses the...
Fault
Management
Fault Management view, which is
described in the How to Manage Your
Network with SPECTRUM
documentation.
Device
Device View (Page 14)
Device Topology
Device Topology View (Page 19)
Application
Application View (Page 20)
Configuration
Configuration View (Page 89)
Model
Information
Model Information View (Page 101)
Primary
Application
Menu options that let you select either
Gen Bridge App or MIB-II as the primary
application.
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Page 8
Tasks (Page 9)
Events (Page 11)
CiscoView (Page 12)
Device View (Page 14)
Device Topology View (Page 19)
Application View (Page 20)
Performance Views (Page 86)
Configuration View (Page 89)
Model Information View (Page 101)
Cisco MC3810
Tasks
This section lists device management tasks alphabetically and provides links to descriptions of the views and/or
tables used to perform the task.
Configure a Port
•
•
•
•
IP Address Label (Page 16)
Interface Configuration View (Page 17)
Interface Configuration Table (Page 90)
Interface Address Translation Table View
(Page 92)
Enable or Disable Redundant Addresses
• Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration
Options View (Page 91)
Enable or Disable a Port
• Interface Status View (Page 17)
• Admin Status (Page 17)
• Peer Table - Admin Status (Page 33)
Configure the Device
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•
•
•
Secondary Address Panel (Page 18)
Chassis Information View (Page 47)
Modem Application (Page 49)
Flash Application (Page 59)
Create LANs
• Discover LANs (Page 92)
Identify Applications Supported
• Common Applications (Page 21)
• Generic Routing Applications (Page 23)
• Optional Applications (Page 46)
Launch CiscoView
• Update .profile file (Page 12)
Create Messages
• Event Messages (Page 11)
Manage the Buffers
• Buffer Management View (Page 92)
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Tasks
• Interface Status View (Page 17)
Monitor Performance
• Interface Device View (Page 14)
• Device Performance View (Page 86)
• Port Performance View (Page 87)
Port Route Settings
View/Change Interface IP Address
• Secondary Address Panel (Page 18)
View Current Interface/Port Status
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•
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• Default Peer Serial Interface STUN Route
(Page 45)
Set Connections
• BGP4 Peer Admin Status (Page 33)
• Local ACK-BSTUN Connection (Page 42)
• Terminal Server Line View (Page 75)
Interface Device View (Page 14)
Administrative Status (Page 17)
Device Configuration View (Page 89)
Reconfigure Model (Page 92)
Network/Host Configuration View (Page 96)
Set Environment Variables
• EnvMon Application (Page 68)
Set Thresholds
• Interface Thresholds (Page 17)
• IPX Accounting Information (Page 37)
• Model Information View (Page 101)
Update the Ping Request List
• Ping Request Table View (Page 62)
View IF/Port/App Statistics
• Interface Device View (Page 14)
• Interface Icons (Page 15)
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Events
This section provides the range of event messages that are specific to the Cisco MC3810.
The Cisco MC3810 has several event and alarm
messages that are specific to its devices. If these
messages are not sufficient and you wish to
create your own messages, or view the existing
messages for the MC3810, you can do so using
the ECEditor.
The event messages for the MC3810, which range
from Event03250000 to Event03250002, can
be found in the following directory:
<install area>/SG-Support/CsEvFormat
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CiscoView
This section describes how to access Cisco’s CiscoView management software from SPECTRUM.
CiscoView is management software specific to
Cisco Routers.
The Cisco_MC3810 model type provides a menu
option from the Device icon that is used to launch
CiscoView.
Note:
Note:
In order for this menu option to function you
must update your .profile file to map this
menu selection to where CiscoView is located on
your system.
MC3810
Zoom - >
CiscoView
Device
DevTop
Application
Device Performance
Acknowledge
Device Management
CiscoView 3.0 will appear as “Cisco
View” on your device menu after the
steps given below have been followed.
This should not be confused with
“CiscoView”, which denotes the
CiscoWorks 2000 CiscoView. The
CiscoWorks 2000 menu picks will
only appear in the device menu if the
SPECTRUM Adapter script has been
run. See the CiscoWorks 2000
documentation for further
information.
For HP-UX and Solaris
Add the following information to the
/opt/SPECTRUM/spectrum60.env file:
#CiscoView 3.0
export CVIEW =<path_to_ciscoview>
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CiscoView
For Windows NT and Window 2000
From the Start>Run window, type
regedit (registry editor)
Navigate to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE> Aprisma
Management Technologies> Spectrum60>
Environment
Choose Edit>New>String Value
Type CVIEW for the name, and
<path_to_ciscoview> as the string value.
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Device View
This section describes the Device view and its associated subviews for models of Cisco MC3810 devices in
SPECTRUM.
Device views use icons and labels to represent the
modeled device and its components, such as
modules, ports, and applications. There is one
type of Device view for Cisco_MC3810 models, the
Interface Device View.
Figure 2:
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Description
Primary Application
Location
Model Name
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icon, select Device.
Find Phy Addr
3810
Interface Description
MC3810
This view provides dynamic configuration and
performance information for each of the device’s
serial/network I/O ports, which are represented
by Interface icons in the bottom panel of the view,
as shown in Figure 2. The middle panel of the
view also displays a Device icon, which allows you
to monitor the device operation and access other
device-specific views.
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Device View
Interface Device View
Interface Icons
Figure 3 shows a closeup of an Interface icon
from an Interface Device view. Most of the
informational labels on the icon also provide
double-click access to other views, as explained in
the following label descriptions.
Figure 3:
(a)
Interface Icon
IF Status Label
This label displays the current Operational Status
of the interface (see Table 1). Note that the
background color of the label also depends on the
interface’s current Administrative Status, which
is set by the user in the Interface Status View
(Page 17). This view can be accessed by doubleclicking the label.
(b)
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b
IF Status Label
c
Interface Type Label
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Network Type Label
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Physical Address Label
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IP Address Label
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Interface Number Label
This label displays the interface number.
Color
Interface Status Label Colors
Operational
Status
Administrative
Status
Label
Text
Green
ON
ON
ON
Blue
OFF
OFF
OFF
Yellow
OFF
ON
OFF
Red
Testing
Testing
Test
Interface Type Label
This label identifies the type of interface — e.g.,
Ethernet, FDDI, Other, etc. Double-click this label
to access the Interface Configuration - Information
View (Page 17).
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Interface Device View
Network Type Label
This label identifies the type of network this
interface is connected to. Double-click the label to
open the Model Information view for the interface.
Physical Address Label
This label displays the physical address of the
Cisco MC3810 interface. Double-click the label to
open the Interface Address Translation table. This
table cross-references device IP addresses to
device MAC (Ethernet) addresses for selected
nodes between networks. Double-clicking on any
column entry opens an address-specific Address
Translation Table Information view. This view
provides the same information as the
corresponding row for the IF Address Translation
table, but allows you to modify field values.
IP Address Label
This label displays the IP address for this
Interface. Double-click this label to open the
Secondary Address panel. This panel provides
name, network address, and subnet mask
information for the interface. Any of the network
information entries from this panel can be
displayed on this label of the Interface icon.
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Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Table 2 lists the Icon Subviews menu options
available for the Interface icon.
Table 2:
Option
Interface Menu Options
Opens the . . .
Performance Filter
Port Performance View (Page 87).
Detail
Interface Detail view, which displays
Packet, Error, and Discard
Breakdown pie charts.
IF Status
Interface Status View (Page 17).
IF Configuration
Interface Configuration - Information
View (Page 17).
Model Information
Model Information View (Page 101).
IF Address
Translation Table
Interface Address Translation Table
view, which shows the Physical and
Network address for each interface.
Secondary Address
Panel
Secondary Address Panel View
(Page 18).
Thresholds
Interface Threshold view, which
allows you to set the thresholds for;
load, packet rate, error rate, and %
discarded.
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Interface Device View
Interface Status View
Interface Index
Refers to this interface’s number in sequential
order of interfaces.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icon in the Interface Device view, select IF Status.
This view provides information on the operational
status of the interface and allows you to enable or
disable the port.
Operational Status
The current state of the interface (Up, Down, or
Testing).
Administrative Status
This button allows you to select the desired
operational state of the interface (On, Off, Testing,
Default).
Interface Configuration Information View
Physical Address
The Ethernet (MAC) address of the interface.
Bandwidth
The estimated bandwidth of the interface,
measured in bits per second. For interfaces that
do not vary in bandwidth, or for which no
accurate estimate can be made, a nominal
bandwidth is provided.
Queue Length
The length of the outbound packet queue, in
packets.
Packet Size
The largest packet that can be transmitted or
received by the port, displayed in octets.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icon in the Interface Device view, select IF Configuration.
This view provides the following information.
Admin Status
The desired operational state of the interface (Up,
Down, or Testing).
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Local Description
User configurable interface description.
Interface Type
Displays the device interface type; types are
PPSerial, Ethernet, or FDDI.
Last Change
The System UpTime value when the interface
entered its current operational state.
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Interface Device View
Change Reason
The reason for the last operational change for the
interface.
Secondary Address Panel View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icon in the Interface Device view, select Secondary
Address Panel.
This panel provides a table of IP addresses and
masks obtained from the Address Translation
table within the device’s firmware. You can
change the current address displayed in the IP
Address field by selecting an entry from the table
in this panel and clicking the Update button.
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Device Topology View
This section provides a brief description of the Device Topology view available for models of Cisco MC3810
devices in SPECTRUM.
Figure 4: DevTop View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_MC3810 Device icon, select DevTop.
The lower panel of the Interface Device Topology
view (Figure 4) uses interface icons to represent
the device’s serial/network I/) ports. These icons
provide the same information and menu options
as those described in the Interface Device View
(Page 14). If there is a device connected to a
particular interface, a device icon appears on the
vertical bar above the interface icon along with an
icon representing the network group that
contains the device.
For further information on Device Topology views,
refer to the SPECTRUM Views documentation.
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Application View
This section describes the Application view and the associated application-specific subviews available for
models of Cisco MC3810 devices in SPECTRUM.
Figure 5: Cisco_MC3810 Application View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_MC3810 Device icon, select Application.
When a device model is created, SPECTRUM
automatically creates models for each of the
major and minor applications supported by the
device. The Application view identifies all of these
application models, shows their current condition
status, and provides access to application-specific
subviews.
Figure 5 shows an Application view in its default
mode (Icon) where each of the application models
is represented by an Application icon. The
Application icons are arranged hierarchically
under a Device icon, with major applications in
the top row and their respective minor
applications stacked directly below.
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Bridge App
Bridge_App
IP Routing
Static
CiscoIPApp
Static_App
Chassis
MIB-II
SNMP2_Agent
CiscoChapApp
SNMP2_Agent
CiscoChasApp
ICMP
ICMP_App
Novell
ICMP_App
System
System2_App
CiscoNovellApp
AppleTalk
If you prefer to see applications displayed by
name only, in a single vertical list, select View >
Mode > List.
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TCP
TCP2_App
ApplTlkRtrApp
TCP2_App
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Application View
Supported Applications
Supported Applications
SPECTRUM’s applications can be grouped within
two general categories as follows:
• Applications associated with non proprietary
MIBs. See Common Applications below.
• Applications associated with device-specific
MIBs. See Device-Specific MIBs (Page 22).
For the most part, these applications represent
the non proprietary MIBs supported by your
device. Listed below (beneath the title of the
SPECTRUM document that describes them) are
some of the common applications currently
supported by SPECTRUM.
• MIB II Applications
- SNMP
- IP
- ICMP
- TCP
- System2
- UDP
The documents listed below (in bold
font) are available for viewing at:
www.aprisma.com/manuals/
• Transmission Applications
- FDDI
- Point to Point
- DS1
- DS3
- RS-232
• Routing Applications
- Generic Routing
- Repeater
- AppleTalk
- DECnet
Device Management
OSPF
OSPF2
BGP4
VRRP
• Bridging Applications
- Ethernet Special Database
- Spanning Tree
- Static
- Transparent
- PPP Bridging
- Source Routing
- Translation
- QBridge
Common Applications
Note:
Note:
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WAN
Frame Relay
Token Ring
Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
rfc1317App
rfc1285App
rfc1315App
802.11App
SONET
• Technology Applications
- APPN
- ATM Client
- DHCP
- PNNI
- rfc1316App
- DLSw
Device-Specific MIBs
SPECTRUM imports the following device-level
proprietary MIBs into its database:
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Supported Applications
• CISCO-CDP_MIB
• CISCO-BSTUN-MIB
• CISCO-VINES-MIB
• CISCO-XNS-MIB
These MIBs can be used in conjunction with
SPECTRUM’s optional customization products
(referred to as the Level I Tool Kits) to create
application models and views that display the
condition of selected MIB objects.
Note:
Note:
The views and subviews available for Cisco
MC3810 device-specific applications are
described in the rest of this section, grouped by
major application as listed below:
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CISCO-CHASSIS-MIB
CISCO-ENVMON-MIB
CISCO-QUEUE-MIB
CISCO-PING-MIB
CISCO-TS-MIB
Device Management
Aprisma Management Technologies
can provide training, technical
assistance, and custom engineering
support services for creating
application models and their
associated views.
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Generic Routing Applications (Page 23)
Cisco Chassis Application (Page 47)
Cisco Modem Application (Page 49)
Cisco Flash Application (Page 58)
Cisco Ping Application (Page 62)
Cisco Queue Application (Page 64)
Cisco MC3810
Application View
Generic Routing Applications
The following Generic Routing major applications
are available.
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ATM Client Application (Page 66)
EnvMon Application (Page 68)
Discovery Application (Page 70)
Cisco Terminal Server Application (Page 74)
Cisco Memory Pool Monitor Table View
(Page 77)
• Cisco Frame Relay Application (Page 78)
Generic Routing Applications
This major application has one menu option that
provides access to the following view:
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AppleTalk Routing Application (Page 24)
IP Routing Application (Page 32)
BGP4 Application (Page 33)
Novell Routing Application (Page 36)
Vines Routing Application (Page 38)
XNS Routing Application (Page 41)
Cisco BSTUN Application (Page 42)
Cisco STUN Application (Page 44)
Routing Protocol Comparison
View
This view displays pie charts that present the
following performance statistics for each routing
application.
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Frames Forwarded
Frames Delivered
Frames Transmitted
Errors
Discards
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AppleTalk Routing Application
RTMP Next Hop
The IP address of the next hop in the route to this
entry’s destination network.
This major application (model type
ApplTlkRtrApp) provides the following
application-specific subviews. The Detail option
provides access to pie charts that display
standard Packet Breakdown, Error Breakdown,
and Discard Breakdown information.
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RTMP Type
The type of this network entry.
RTMP State
The state of this network entry.
RTMP Table View (Page 24)
Kinetics Internet Protocol Table View (Page 25)
Name Binding Protocol Table View (Page 26)
ZIP Table View (Page 26)
LocalTalk Interface Table View (Page 27)
ATPORT Table View (Page 28)
ARP Table View (Page 29)
AppleTalk Echo View (Page 29)
RTMP Table View
Start Net.Node
The first AppleTalk network address in the range
for this routing entry. This address is a two-octet
DDP network address in network byte order.
END Net.Node
The last AppleTalk network address in the range
for this routing entry. This address is a two-octet
DDP network address in network byte order.
RTMP Port
The network address configured for this port.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select RTMP Table.
This view displays the following information for
the Routing Table Management Protocol.
RTMP Hops
The number of hops required to reach the
destination network for this entry.
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Kinetics Internet Protocol Table View
Kip Share
If the information in this entry is propagated to
other routers as part of a routing protocol, the
value of this variable is equal to “shared.”
Otherwise its value is “private.”
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select KIP Table.
This view displays the following information for
the Kinetics Internet Protocol.
Kip Core
The status of this network as a Kip Core network.
Kip Broadcast Add
The form of the IP address used to broadcast on
this network.
Kip Next Hop
The IP address of the next hop in the route to this
entry’s destination network.
Kip Hop Count
The number of hops required to reach the
destination network for this entry.
Kip Type
The type of this network entry.
Kip State
The state of this network entry.
Kip Net Start
The first AppleTalk network address in the range
for this routing entry. This address is a two octet
DDP network address in network byte order.
Kip Net End
The last AppleTalk network address in the range
for this routing entry. This address is a two octet
DDP network address in network byte order.
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Name Binding Protocol Table View
ZIP Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select NBP Table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select ZIP Table.
This view displays the table of NBP services
registered on this entity.
This view displays the relationship between
network numbers and zone names.
Name Binding Index
The index of this NBP entry. This value ranges
from 1 to the number of NBP entries currently
registered on this entity.
Zone Name
The ASCII zone name for this entry.
Name Binding Object
The name of the service described by this entity.
Name Binding Type
The type of service described by this entity.
Name Binding Zone
The zone the service described by this entity is
registered in.
Name Binding State
The state of this NBP entry.
Zone State
The state of this ZIP entry.
Zone Net Start
The network that starts the range for this entry.
This address is a two-octet DDP network address
in network byte order.
Zone Net End
The network that ends the range for this entry.
This address is a two-octet DDP network address
in network byte order. If the network to which this
zip entry pertains is a Phase 1 network or a nonextended network, the value for Zone Net End will
be two bytes of zero.
Zone Index
An integer that is unique to the Zone Name that is
present in this table entry. For any given zone
name, every entry that has an equal Zone Name
will have the same Zone Index.
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LocalTalk Interface Table View
Total Collision
The total number of collisions assumed due to the
lack of a lapCTS reply.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select LLAP Table.
Total Defer
The total number of times this interface deferred
to other packets.
This view displays the following information for
the LocalTalk Link Access Protocol (LLAP).
Interface Index
The LLAP interface to which this entry pertains.
In Packets
The total number of good packets received on this
LocalTalk interface.
Out Packets
The total number of packets transmitted on this
interface.
No Handler
The total number of good packets received for
which there was no protocol handler.
Length Errors
The total number of packets received whose
actual length did not match the length in the
header.
No Data Errors
The total number of times this interface received a
lapRTS packet and expected a data packet, but
did not receive any data packet.
Random CTS Errors
The total number of times this interface received a
lapCTS packet that was not solicited by a lapRTS
packet.
FCS Errors
The total number of times this interface received a
packet with an FCS (Frame Check Sequence)
error.
Total In Errors
The total number of packets containing errors
received.
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ATPORT Table View
Generic Routing Applications
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select ATPORT Table.
End Net.Node
The last AppleTalk network address in the range
configured for this port.
This view displays the following AppleTalk port
information.
Port Net Address
The network address configured for this port.
Port Index
A unique value for each AppleTalk port. Its value
is between 1 and the total number of AppleTalk
ports. The value for each port must remain
constant at least from the re-initialization of the
entity’s network management system to the next
re-initialization.
Port Status
The configuration status of this port.
Port Description
A text string containing printable ASCII
characters providing information about the port.
Port Type
The type of port, distinguished by the protocol
immediately below DDP in the protocol stack.
Port Net Config
The network configuration for this port.
Port Zone Config
The configuration status of the zone information
for this port.
Port Zone
The port zone configured for this AppleTalk port.
Port If Index
The physical interface associated with this
AppleTalk port.
Start Net.Node
The first AppleTalk network address in the range
configured for this port. This is a two-octet DDP
network address in network byte order.
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ARP Table View
AppleTalk Echo View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select ARP Table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ApplTlkRtrApp Application icon, select Echo.
This view displays information about the
equivalence of AppleTalk Network Address to the
link layer physical address for AppleTalk Address
Resolution.
This view displays a single AppleTalk Echo
Packets pie chart that shows the number of
AppleTalk Echo packets from a network device
that transmitted an Echo Request and the
number of AppleTalk Echo packets from a
network device that transmitted an Echo Reply.
ARP Interface Index
The interface on which this entry’s equivalence is
effective.
ARP Physical Address
The media-dependent physical address.
ARP Network Address
The AppleTalk Network Address corresponding to
the media-dependent physical address.
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DECnet Routing Application
Hops
The number of hops to reach the destination
node.
This application (CiscoDNApp) has seven Icon
Subviews menu options. The Detail option
provides access to pie charts that display
standard Packet Breakdown, Error Breakdown,
and Discard Breakdown information. The other
options provide access to the following views:
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Interface
The port number of the interface forwarding
DECnet packets.
Next Hop
The node number of the next node to forward
DECnet packets.
Host Table View (Page 30)
Area Table View (Page 30)
Interface Cost Table View (Page 31)
DECnet Routing Level 1 View (Page 31)
DECnet Routing Level 2 View (Page 31)
DECnet Routing Hello View (Page 31)
Age
The maximum time a DECnet packet can exist if
not forwarded before being discarded.
Priority
The priority value for determining the default
router. The DECnet protocol selects the router
with the highest priority value for routing DECnet
packets.
Host Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoDNApp Application icon, select Host Table.
This view provides the following information.
Area Table View
Host
The DECnet address of the host forwarding
DECnet packets.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoDNApp Application icon, select Area Table.
Cost
The aggregate cost to reach the destination node.
Device Management
This view provides the following information.
Host
The DECnet address of the host forwarding
DECnet packets.
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DECnet Routing Level 1 View
Cost
The aggregate cost to reach the destination area.
Hops
The number of hops to reach the destination area.
Interface
The port number of the interface forwarding
DECnet packets.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoDNApp Application icon, select Level 1 Routing.
This view displays a color-coded pie chart of the
following DECnet Level 1 routing statistics:
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Next Hop
The node number of the next node to forward
DECnet packets.
DECnet Routing Level 2 View
Age
The maximum time a DECnet packet can exist if
not forwarded before being discarded.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoDNApp Application icon, select Level 2 Routing.
Priority
The priority value for determining the default
router. The DECnet protocol selects the router
with the highest priority value for routing DECnet
packets.
Interface Cost Table View
This view displays a color-coded pie chart of the
following DECnet Level 2 routing statistics.
• Received Packets
• Sent Packets
• Received Packets from another area
DECnet Routing Hello View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoDNApp Application icon, select Interface Cost.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoDNApp Application icon, select Hellos.
This view displays the DECnet circuit cost for
each interface. Double-clicking on a column entry
allows you to access the entry-specific Interface
Cost Table view.
Device Management
Received Packets
Sent Packets
Received Packets from another area
Received Packets that contained errors
This view displays a color-coded pie chart of the
following DECnet Hello statistics:
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• Sent Hellos
• Received Hellos from another area
• Received Hellos that contained errors
Bytes
The total number of bytes transmitted from the
source IP address to the destination IP address.
IP Routing Application
This application, with exception of the IP
Accounting Table view described below, is
described in detail in Routing Applications.
Cisco IP Accounting Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the CiscoIPApp
Application icon, select Accounting.
This view provides information about the network
traffic flow between devices and includes a list of
IP addresses. The IP Accounting Table view
provides the following information.
Source
The source IP address for data transmitted to the
destination IP address.
Destination
The destination IP address for data transmitted
from the source IP address.
Packets
The total number of IP packets transmitted from
the source IP address to the destination IP
address.
Device Management
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Generic Routing Applications
BGP4 Application
Checkpoint Accounting
This button allows you to access the Cisco
Checkpoint Accounting Table. Table 3 provides
definitions for the fields presented in the
Accounting Table.
Table 3:
Destination
Packets
Bytes
• Peer Table (Page 33)
• Path Attribute Table (Page 35)
Checkpoint View Information
Field
Source
This application (CiscoRouter_BGP4) provides the
following application-specific subviews:
Peer Table
Definition
The source IP address for data transmitted
to the destination IP address in the
checkpoint matrix.
The destination IP address for data
transmitted from the source IP address in
the checkpoint matrix.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BGP4_App
Application icon, select Peer Table.
The BGP Peer Table contains information about
the BGP peer.
Identifier
The BGP Identifier of the BGP peer.
The number of IP packets transmitted from
the source IP address to the destination IP
address in the checkpoint matrix.
The total number of bytes transmitted from
the source IP address to the destination IP
address in the checkpoint matrix.
State
The BGP peer connection state.
Admin Status
The desired state of the BGP connection. A
transition from “stop” to “start” will cause the
BGP Start Event to be generated. A transition
from “start” to “stop” will cause the BGP Stop
Event to be generated. This parameter can be
used to restart BGP peer connections.
Negotiated Ver.
The negotiated version of BGP running between
the two peers.
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should be initialized to zero when the connection
is established.
Local Addr.
The local IP address of this entry’s BGP
connection.
Local Port
The local port for the TCP connection between the
BGP peers.
Remote Addr
The remote IP address of this entry’s BGP peer.
Remote Port
The remote port for the TCP connection between
the BGP peers.
Remote As
The remote autonomous system number.
In Updates
The number of BGP UPDATE messages received
on this connection. This object should be
initialized to zero (0) when the connection is
established.
Out Updates
The number of BGP UPDATE messages
transmitted on this connection. This object
should be initialized to zero (0) when the
connection is established.
In Total Message
The total number of messages received from the
remote peer on this connection. This object
Device Management
Out Total Message
The total number of messages transmitted to the
remote peer on this connection. This object
should be initialized to zero when the connection
is established.
Last Error
The last error code and subcode seen by this peer
on this connection. If no error has occurred, this
field is zero.
Established Tran
The total number of times the BGP FSM
transitioned into the established state.
Established Time
This timer indicates how long (in seconds) this
peer has been in the Established state or how
long since this peer was last in the Established
state. It is set to zero when a new peer is
configured or the router is booted.
Retry Interval
Time interval in seconds for the ConnectRetry
timer.
Hold Time
Time interval in seconds for the Hold Timer
established with the peer.
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Path Attribute Table
Keep Alive
Time interval in seconds for the Keep Alive timer
established with the peer.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the BGP4_App
Application icon, select Path Attribute Table.
Hold Time
Hold Time Configured. Time interval in seconds
for the Hold Time configured for this BGP speaker
with this peer.
Keep Alive
Keep Alive Configured. Time interval in seconds
for the Keep Alive timer configured for this BGP
speaker with this peer.
Min ASOrig. Int.
Time interval in seconds for the MinASOrigination
Interval timer. Suggested value for this timer is 15
seconds.
Min Route Advert
Time interval in seconds for the
MinRouteAdvertisementInterval timer. Suggested
value for this timer is 30 seconds.
In Update Elapse
Elapsed time in seconds since the last BGP
UPDATE message was received from the peer.
Device Management
The BGP4 Received Path Attribute Table contains
information about paths to destination networks
received by all BGP peers.
Peer
The IP address of the peer where the path
information was learned.
Ip Prefix Len
Length in bits of the IP address prefix in the
Network Layer Reachability Information field.
Ip Addr Prefix
An IP address prefix in the Network Layer
Reachability Information field.
Origin
The ultimate origin of the path information.
ASPath Segment
The sequence of AS path segments.
Next Hop
The address of the border router that should be
used for the destination network.
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Novell Routing Application
Multi Exit Disc
This metric is used to discriminate between
multiple exit points to an adjacent autonomous
system.
Local Pref
The originating BGP4 speaker’s degree of
preference for an advertised route.
Atomic Aggregate
Determines if the local system has selected a less
specific route without selecting a more specific
route.
Aggregator AS
The AS number of the last BGP4 speaker that
performed route aggregation.
Aggregator Addr
The IP address of the last BGP4 speaker that
performed route aggregation.
Calc Local Pref
The degree of preference calculated by the
receiving BGP4 speaker for an advertised route.
This application (CiscoNovellApp) has three menu
options. The Detail selection provides access to
pie charts that display standard Packet
Breakdown, Error Breakdown, and Discard
Breakdown information. The SAP/IPX selection
opens a submenu that accesses the following
views:
• Novell Service Advertisement Protocol (SAP)
View (Page 36)
• Novell Internet Packet Exchange (IPX) View
(Page 37)
Novell Service Advertisement Protocol
(SAP) View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoNovellApp Application icon, select SAP/IPX > SAP
Chart.
The view displays a color-coded pie chart of the
following Novell SAP statistics:
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Best
Indicates if this route was chosen as the best
BGP4 route.
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SAP
SAP
SAP
SAP
Request Packets Transmitted
Reply Packets Transmitted
Request Packets Received
Reply Packets Received
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Novell Internet Packet Exchange (IPX)
View
Threshold
The threshold of IPX accounting records in use
before IPX traffic will be unaccounted.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoNovellApp Application icon, select SAP/IPX > IPX
Chart.
Age
The age of the data in the IPX data matrix.
This view includes the Check Point Accounting
table, Accounting table, and additional Check
Point Accounting and IPX Accounting information
described below.
Check Point Information
The list of IPX check point accounting entries. The
fields for this table are described below.
Check Point
The check point for the IPX accounting database.
This MIB variable must be read and then set with
the same value for the check point to succeed.
The value read and then set will be incremented
after a successful set request.
Check Point Age
The age of the data in the IPX checkpoint matrix.
This section of the Novell (IPX) view provides the
following information:
Device Management
Lost Packets
The lost IPX packets due to memory limitations.
Check Point Accounting Table
This section of the Novell (IPX) view provides the
following information.
IPX Accounting Information
Lost Bytes
The total bytes of lost IPX packets.
Source Address
The IPX Source address for host traffic matrix.
Destination Address
The IPX Destination address for host traffic
matrix.
Number Packets
The number of IPX packets sent from source to
destination.
Number Bytes
The total number of bytes in IPX packets from
source to destination.
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Accounting Table
Vines Routing Application
This table displays the list of IPX accounting
entries. The fields in the Accounting Table are
described below.
This application (CiscoVinesApp) has six menu
options. The Detail selection provides access to
pie charts that display standard Packet
Breakdown, Error Breakdown, and Discard
Breakdown information. The Vines Specifics
selection opens a submenu that accesses the
following views:
Source Address
The IPX Source address for host in the checkpoint
traffic matrix.
Destination Address
The IPX Destination address for host in the
checkpoint traffic matrix.
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Number Packets
The number of IPX packets sent from source to
destination in the checkpoint matrix.
Number Bytes
The total number of bytes in IPX packets from
source to destination in the checkpoint matrix.
Vines
Vines
Vines
Vines
Vines
Routing Echo View (Page 38)
Routing ICP View (Page 39)
Broadcast Detail View (Page 39)
Rx View (Page 40)
Tx View (Page 41)
Vines Routing Echo View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoVinesApp Application icon, select Vines Specifics >
Echos.
This view displays a color-coded pie chart
displaying a breakdown of Vines Echo statistics.
Table 4 provides definitions for the statistics
presented by the pie chart.
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Table 4: Vines Echo Statistics
Statistic
Table 5:
Definition
Statistic
Vines ICP Statistics
Definition
MAC In
The total number of Vines MAC level
Echo packets received.
ICP In
The total number of Vines ICP packets
received.
MAC Out
MAC level Echo packets transmitted.
ICP Out
Echo In
The total number of Vines Echo packets
received.
The total number of Vines ICP packets
transmitted.
Metric
Out
The total number of Vines ICP Metric
Notification packets transmitted.
Echo Out
The total number of Vines Echo packets
transmitted.
Vines Broadcast Detail View
Vines Routing ICP View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoVinesApp Application icon, select Vines Specifics >
Broadcasts.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoVinesApp Application icon, select Vines Specifics >
ICP.
This view displays a color-coded pie chart of Vines
Interprocess Communications Protocol (ICP)
statistics. Table 5 provides definitions for the
statistics presented by the pie chart.
Device Management
This view displays a color-coded pie chart of Vines
Broadcast statistics. Table 6 provides definitions
for the statistics presented by the pie chart.
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Table 6:
Vines Broadcast Statistics
Statistic
Forward
Generic Routing Applications
Definition
The total number of Vines broadcast
packets forwarded.
Vines Rx View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoVinesApp Application icon, select Vines Specifics >
Rx Table.
This view provides the following information.
Received
The total number of Vines broadcast
packets received.
Transmitted
The total number of Vines broadcast
packets transmitted.
Not LAN
The total number of Vines broadcast
packets not forwarded to all interfaces
because the LAN ONLY bit was set.
Format Error
The total number of incoming Vines packets
containing header errors.
Not Forward
The total number of Vines broadcast
packets not forwarded to all interfaces
because the OVER 4800 BPS bit was set.
Local Destination
The total number of incoming Vines packets
destined for this router.
No Charge
The total number of Vines broadcast
packets not forwarded to all interfaces
because the NO CHARGES bit was set.
Encapsulation Type
The Vines protocol default encapsulation type.
Forwarded
The total number of incoming Vines packets
forwarded to another interface.
Echo Count
The total number of incoming IPC Echo messages.
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Vines Tx View
B-casts Forwarded
The number of broadcast packets forwarded from
another interface.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoVinesApp Application icon, select Vines Specifics >
Tx Table.
XNS Routing Application
This view provides the following information.
Forwarded
The total number of outgoing Vines packets
forwarded to another interface.
Proxy Count
The total number of Proxy packets sent by this
interface.
Unicasts
The total number of unicast packets generated by
this interface.
This application (CiscoXNSApp) has two menu
options that provide access to pie charts that
display XNS statistics. Table 7 provides
definitions for the statistics presented by the pie
charts available for the Echos selection. The
Detail selection provides access to pie charts that
display standard Packet Breakdown, Error
Breakdown, and Discard Breakdown information.
IPC Count
The total number of IPC output messages sent by
this interface.
IPC Error Count
The total number of IPC Error messages sent by
this interface.
Broadcasts
The total number of broadcast packets generated
by this interface.
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Table 7:
Statistic
XNS Echo Statistics
Definition
Replies Rec
The total number of XNS Echo reply
packets received.
Replies Sent
The total number of XNS Echo reply
packets transmitted.
Request Rec
The total number of XNS Echo request
packets received.
Request Out
The total number of XNS Echo request
packets transmitted.
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Cisco BSTUN Application
This application (CiscoBSTUNApp) has three
menu options that provide access to the following
views:
Type
The protocol type for this BSTUN group.
Local Ack
Indicates whether the BSTUN connection is
locally acknowledged (True) or not locally
acknowledged (False).
• BSTUN Groups View (Page 42)
• BSTUN Ports View (Page 43)
• BSTUN Routes View (Page 43)
These views provide configuration and operational
information on the blocked tunneling
implementation.
BSTUN Groups View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoBSTUNApp Application icon, select BSTUN Groups.
This view identifies the group number and
protocol type that Cisco A and Cisco B use to
route BSC (Binary Synchronous Communication)
traffic over the IP network. The group number
must be the same in Cisco A and Cisco B to route
traffic from one router to the other.
The following information is available from this
view.
Index
The configured BSTUN (Block Serial Tunneling)
group number. The significance of this number is
that it must match the BSTUN Group number
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configured in the router at the other end of the
BSTUN tunnel.
Unroutable Transmit
The number of unroutable frames received by this
group from the remote partner. They were
unroutable because the address was not
recognized; that is, there is no BSTUN route
command configured for this address. This
indicates that the configuration in this router is
incompatible with the peer router.
Unroutable Receive
Count of frames received from a serial interface
with an unsupported poll address. Note that there
may be several ports configured within this
BSTUN group; a non-zero value in this field
indicates that at least one of these ports is
receiving frames for which there are no BSTUN
route commands configured. This indicates that
the configuration in this router is incompatible
with the configuration in at least one of the
attached devices.
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BSTUN Ports View
BSTUN Routes View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoBSTUNApp Application icon, select BSTUN Ports.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoBSTUNApp Application icon, select BSTUN Routes.
This view identifies the serial interface to the BSC
line for which the router is providing serial
tunneling. It also identifies the BSTUN group that
the interface is in and the default routing for
unrecognized BSC addresses.
This view displays an entry for each address
device for routing within the BSTUN group and an
entry for default routing if the “bstun route all”
command is configured. The following
information is available for this view.
The following information is available from this
view.
Group
The index of the BSTUN Group owning this
station.
Group
The group number to which the BSTUN port
belongs. Frames will only be routed to other ports
(on this or another router) in the same BSTUN
group.
Default Peer Type
The type of identification of the remote default
partner.
Default Peer IP
The IP address of the remote default BSTUN
partner, for unrecognized addresses.
Address
The poll address of the station. A value of “256”
indicates the presence of the ALL parameter on
the STUN ROUTE command, which is the route
for all unrecognized addresses.
Type
The type of identification of the remote partner.
IP
The IP address of the remote BSTUN partner.
Priority
The priority with which this station’s traffic will
be routed across the network.
Peer State
The state of the peer connection through the
BSTUN tunnel.
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Rx Packets
Count of frames received from the serial interface
with this station’s address.
Tx Packets
Count of frames transmitted at the serial
interface with this station’s address.
STUN Group View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoSTUNApp Application icon, select STUN Group Table.
This view identifies the STUN (Serial Tunneling)
group number and protocol type that Cisco A and
Cisco B use to route SDLC traffic over the IP
network. The table contains an entry for each
STUN group defined on the router.
Rx Bytes
Count of bytes received from the serial interface
with this station’s address.
Group Index
The configured STUN group number.
Tx Bytes
Count of bytes transmitted at the serial interface
with this station’s address.
Protocol Type
The protocol type for this STUN group.
Cisco STUN Application
This application (CiscoSTUNApp) has three menu
options that provide access to the following views.
These views provide configuration and operational
information on the blocked tunneling
implementation.
STUN IP Address
The configured IP address used for all serial
tunnelling in this router.
• STUN Group View (Page 44)
• STUN Port View (Page 45)
• STUN Route View (Page 45)
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STUN Port View
STUN Route View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoSTUNApp Application icon, select STUN Port Table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoSTUNApp Application icon, select STUN Route Table.
This view identifies the serial interface to the
SDLC line for which the router is providing serial
tunneling. It also identifies the STUN group that
the interface is in and the default routing for
unrecognized SDLC addresses.
This view displays a table with information about
specific Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC)
addresses. There is one table entry for each SDLC
address configured by the STUN ROUTE
command.
Group Index
The group number to which the STUN port
belongs. Frames will only be routed to other ports
(on this or another router) in the same STUN
group.
Station Addr
The poll address of the station. The variable “256”
indicates the ALL parameter on the STUN Route
command, which is the route for all unrecognized
addresses.
Default Peer Type
The type of identification of the default partner for
unrecognized addresses.
Type
The type of identification of the remote partner.
Default Peer IP
The IP address of the remote default STUN
partner, for unrecognized addresses.
Serial IF
The local interface index to the remote partner.
Default Peer Serial IF
If the STUN Route Type is “serial” then this is the
serial interface index of the point-to-point link to
the remote partner; if STUN Route Type is
“serialDirect” then the partner is in the local
STUN; if STUN Route Type is “ip” then this field is
“0.”
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Remote IP
The IP address of the remote STUN partner.
Priority
The priority with which this station’s traffic will
be routed across the network.
Peer State
The state of the peer connection through the
STUN tunnel.
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Optional Applications
Local Ack
Indicates if the STUN connection is locally
acknowledged.
Rx Packets
Count of frames received from the serial interface
with this station’s address.
The following device-specific applications
supported by the MC3810 devices are described
in this section:
Tx Packets
Count of frames transmitted at the serial
interface with this station’s address.
Rx Bytes
Count of bytes received from the serial interface
with this station’s address.
Tx Bytes
Count of bytes transmitted at the serial interface
with this station’s address.
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Cisco Chassis Application (Page 47)
Cisco Modem Application (Page 49)
Cisco Flash Application (Page 58)
Cisco Ping Application (Page 62)
Cisco Queue Application (Page 64)
ATM Client Application (Page 66)
EnvMon Application (Page 68)
Discovery Application (Page 70)
Cisco RFC1317 Async Application (Page 74)
Cisco Terminal Server Application (Page 74)
Cisco Memory Pool Application (Page 77)
Cisco Frame Relay Application (Page 78)
Cisco MC3810
Application View
Optional Applications
Cisco Chassis Application
This application (CiscoChasApp) has two menu
options that provide access to the following views.
• Cisco Chassis Card View (Page 47)
• Cisco Chassis General Information View
(Page 47)
Serial No.
The serial number of this card. If no serial
number is available, this field will contain a zero.
Cisco Chassis Card View
Cisco Chassis General Information
View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoChasApp Application icon, select Card Information.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoChasApp Application icon, select General.
This view provides information on the cards
contained in the chassis.
Slot
The slot number in which this card is installed. If
the slot number is not applicable or not
determinable, this field will display “-1.”
Type
The functional type of the card installed in this
slot.
Description
A textual description of this card.
Software Ver.
The version number of the firmware installed on
this card. If no version number is available, this
field will remain empty.
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Hardware Ver.
The hardware revision level of this card. If no
revision level is available, this field will remain
empty.
This view displays information on the chassis in
which the router is installed. This view is divided
into the three sections described below.
Chassis Information
This section of the Chassis General Information
view provides the following physical information
about the chassis.
Hardware Revision Level
The version number of the chassis hardware. If
the version number is not available, this field will
remain empty.
Chassis Type
The type of chassis. Possible chassis types are:
Unknown, Multibus, Agsplus, Igs, c2000,
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RAM Information
c3000, c4000, c7000, cs-500, c7010,
c2500, and c4500.
Chassis ID/Serial No.
A unique identifier for this chassis. The default
value is the serial number of the chassis. If no
serial number is available and no alternative ID
has been set for the chassis, this field will remain
empty.
This section of the Chassis General Information
view provides the following information about the
RAM installed in the chassis:
System CPU RAM (bytes)
The amount of RAM available to the CPU, in
bytes.
Number of Chassis Slots
The number of slots in this chassis model.
Non-volatile RAM Used (bytes)
The amount of non-volatile configuration memory
in use, in bytes.
ROM Information
Non-volatile RAM Size (bytes)
The total size, in bytes, of non-volatile
configuration memory.
This section of the Chassis General Information
view provides the following information about the
ROM installed in the chassis:
ROM Monitor Version
The version number of the ROM monitor.
ROM Software Version
The version number of the ROM system software.
If no version number is available, this field will
remain empty.
Config Register
The current value of the configuration register.
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Cisco Modem Application
This application (CiscoModemApp) has five menu
options that provide access to the following views.
• Modem System Information View (Page 49)
• Modem Line Status Table View (Page 50)
• Modem Line Configuration Table View
(Page 54)
• Modem Line Statistics Table View (Page 56)
• Modem Line Speed Statistics Table View
(Page 57)
Processing state will be set back to “IDLE,” all
related Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) paths
will be restored to default configurations, and all
call processing related actions will stop for the
modem.
Status Poll Time
The ideal time interval between modem status
polling via the out-of-band management port.
Max Retries
A reply event is expected to be received for every
message sent to the modem through the out-ofband management port. If an expected reply event
is not received, the message will be sent to the
modem again. This object specifies the maximum
number of retries that will be executed.
Modem System Information View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoModemApp Application icon, select System Info.
Modems In Use
The number of modems in the system that are in
the following states: connected, offHook,
loopback, or downloadFirmware.
Installed Modem
The actual number of modems that are currently
installed within this system.
Configured Group
The actual number of modem groups that are
currently configured within this system.
Modems Available
The number of modems in the system that are in
the onHook state, that is, they are ready to accept
a call.
Watchdog Time
A passive software watchdog timer value will be
used to recover a modem that enters into an
unexpected state and hangs. When this watchdog
timer times out, the modem associated Call
Modems Unavailable
The number of modems in the system that cannot
accept calls. These modems are in a state other
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than the following: connected, offHook,
loopback, or downloadFirmware.
number, feature set, and—optionally— its serial
number.
Modems Offline
The number of modems in the system that have
been held administratively offline.
Manageable
The Manageable modem allows access through
the out of band management port in which the
modem statistic data can be retrieved, and the
Direct Connect session can be used to provide the
test and debugging ability. This object indicates
whether this modem is a Manageable modem.
Modems Dead
The number of modems in the system with the
state equal to bad or downloadFirmwareFailed.
Modem Line Status Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoModemApp Application icon, select Line Status
Table.
State
Indicates the current state of the modem. The
meaning of each state code is explained in
Table 8.
Interface
The interface to which this modem is connected.
Group
The modem group number that the modem may
be in.
Manufacturer ID
A textual description to identify the modem,
including the manufacturer’s name and type of
modem.
Product Details
A textual description of the modem, including
hardware revision number, firmware revision
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State
Optional Applications
Table 8:
Modem States
State
Meaning
unknown
The current state of the
modem is unknown.
onHook
The modem is in a state
similar to hanging up a
telephone receiver. The call
cannot enter a connected
state when the modem is
onHook.
offHook
The modem is in a state
similar to picking up a
telephone receiver to dial or
answer a call.
connected
The modem is in a state
where it can transmit or
receive data over the
communications line.
busiedOut
The modem is busied out (i.e.,
taken out of service) and
cannot make outgoing calls or
receive incoming calls.
Modem States (Continued)
Meaning
disabled
The modem is in a reset state
and non-functional. This
state can be set and cleared
via cmHoldReset.
bad
The modem is suspected or
proven to be bad. The
operator can take the modem
out of service and mark the
modem as “bad” via cmBad.
loopback
The modem is in a state
where it is currently running
back-to-back loopback
testing.
downloadFirmware
The modem is in a state
where it is currently
downloading the firmware.
downloadFirmwareFailed The modem is not operational
because the downloading of
firmware to it has failed.
Call Direction
The modem can be used either as an incoming
call or outgoing call. This object specifies the
direction of the current or previous call.
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Disconnect Reason
Indicates the reason that the last connection or
call attempt disconnected. The meaning of each
reason code is explained in Table 9.
Table 9:
Table 9:
Disconnect Reasons (Continued)
Reason Code
userHangup
Normal disconnect where the
user hangs up call.
compressionProblem
The call is disconnected due
to a problem detected during
compression in the modem.
retrainFailure
The modem did not
successfully train and reach
data mode on the previous
connections.
remoteLinkDisconnect
The remote link disconnected
the connection.
abort
The call was aborted.
inactivityTimeout
The modem automatically
hangs up because data is not
sent or received within the
inactivity time out.
dialStringError
The dialed phone number is
invalid.
linkFailure
The modem detects a link
failure.
modulationError
The modem detects a
modulation error.
dialTimeout
The modem times out while
attempting to dial.
Disconnect Reasons
Reason Code
Meaning
unknown
The failure reason is
unknown or there has been
no previous call.
lostCarrier
The call was disconnected
because of the loss of a
carrier.
noCarrier
The dial out attempt has
failed because the modem
detects no carrier.
noDialTone
The dial out attempt has
failed because modem failed
to detect a dial tone.
busy
The call attempt failed
because the modem detected
a busy signal.
modemWatchdogTimeout The modem internal
watchdog timer has expired.
dtrDrop
Device Management
DTR has been turned off
while the modem is
disconnected on DTR drop.
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Disconnect Reasons (Continued)
Reason Code
Table 9:
Meaning
remoteHangup
The remote side hangs up
the connection.
trainupFailure
Failure to train up with a
remote peer.
fallbackTerminate
User has EC fallback set to
disconnect.
excessiveEC
Link loss due to excessive EC
retransmissions.
hostDrop
Host initiated link drop.
terminate
Disconnect Reasons (Continued)
Reason Code
Meaning
callbackFailed
A switched line dialback
occurred due to a leased line
connection failure, thus the
switched line connection also
failed and a connection can
still not be made on the
leased line.
blacklist
In countries that support
blacklisting, an attempt was
made to go off hook with a
null dial string (ATD).
Lost Carrier Microcom
HDMS product relating to
password security issues.
mnp10ProtocolError
MNP10 Protocol Error
lapmProtocolError
LAPM Protocol Error
autoLogonError
An autologon sequence did
not complete successfully.
faxClass2Error
Fax Class 2 Error
ccpNotSeen
The Credit Card Prompt was
not detected.
Call Duration
This object specifies the call duration of the
current or previous call.
Call Phone Number
The dialed outgoing telephone number of the
current or previous call.
Caller ID
The incoming caller identification of the current
or previous call.
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Modulation Scheme Used
The modem modulation scheme used in the
current or previous call. This object exists only for
modems which have the cmManageable object
set to “true.”
Protocol Used
The modem protocol used in the current or
previous call. This object exists only for modems
that have the cmManageable object set to “true.”
Modem Line Configuration Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoModemApp Application icon, select Line
Configuration Table.
This table shows objects that describe
configuration information for the modem.
TXRate
The modem transmit rate of the current or
previous call in bits per second. This object exists
only for modems that have the cmManageable
object set to “true.”
RXRate
The modem receive rate of the current or previous
call in bits per second. This object exists only for
modems that have the cmManageable object set
to “true.”
TXAnalog Signal Level
The modem transmit analog signal level in the
current or previous call. This object exists only for
modems that have the cmManageable object set
to “true.”
RXAnalog Signal Level
The modem receive analog signal level in the
current or previous call. This object exists only for
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modems that have the cmManageable object set
to “true.”
Index
Sequential number identifying a particular
modem.
AT Mode Permit
Direct Connect session is used for testing and
debugging purposes by using the modem AT
commands through the out-of-band management
port when cmManageable is set to “true.” This
object specifies whether the Direct Connect
session is permitted to be used at this modem. If
cmManageable is “true” (1), Direct Connect
session via the out of band port is allowed; if
“false” (2), Direct Connect session is not allowed
for the modem.
Status Polling
Modem status and events can be polled through
the out of band management port when the
cmManageable is set to “true.” This object
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specifies whether this status polling feature is
enabled at this modem. If cmManageable is “true”
(1), status polling will occur for the modem; if
“false” (2) no status polling will occur.
Busy Out Request
This object is used to put the modem out of
service, i.e. modem cannot make calls or answer
calls. If the modem to be busyout is handling a
call, the busyout action will be taken after the
current call is disconnected. After the modem is
in the busyout state, the following commands can
be applied to those modems: reset, bad modem,
download modem firmware, etc. This is called
“nice” or “graceful” busyout. The value of “true”
(1) indicates the busyout request has been issued
to the modem, but the busyout could be pending.
The management entity needs to query the
cmState to see if the modem is successfully
busied out. The value of “false” (2) indicates the
modem has not been given the busyout
command.
Shutdown
This object is used to put the modem out of
service — i.e., modem cannot make calls or
answer calls. This is a “hard” busyout command
to bring the modem out of service immediately
without waiting for the call to be ended normally.
After the modem is shut down, the following
commands can be applied to those modems:
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reset, bad modem, download modem firmware,
etc. The value of “true” (1) indicates the hard
busyout has been issued to the modem. The value
of “false” (2) indicates the modem has not been
given a hard busyout command.
Hold Reset
A command hold-reset will put the state of
modem into reset mode until an inverse command
is given to bring the modem out of RESET mode.
During the period of reset mode, the modem
cannot be used. This object is only valid when
cmState is onHook, busiedOut, or disabled. The
value of “true” (1) attempts to put the modem in
reset mode, and the value of “false” (2) takes the
modem out of reset.
Bad
This object can hold the modem out of service and
marks the modem as suspected or proven to be
bad. During the router start-up initialization
sequence, modem back-to-back tests will test
modems and mark those modems failing tests as
bad modems. The management entity also can
use this command to lock out the suspect modem
or unlock the modem to further debug or test.
This object is only valid when cmState is onHook
or busiedOut. The value of “true” (1) indicates the
modem is suspected to be bad and its state is set
to bad. The value of “false” (2) indicates the
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modem has not been suspected to be bad or has
been remarked as good.
Out Connect Failures
The number of outgoing calls from this modem
that successfully went off hook and dialed, but for
which it could not train with the other DCE. This
object exists only for modems that have the
cmManageable object set to “true.”
Modem Line Statistics Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoModemApp Application icon, select Line Statistics
Table.
Out Connect Completions
The number of outgoing calls from this modem
that resulted in successfully training with the
other DCE. This object exists only for modems
that have the cmManageable object set to “true.”
This table contains objects that describe the
status of the modem.
Index
Sequential number identifying a single modem.
Failed Dial Attempts
The number of call attempts that failed because
the modem did not go off hook, or because there
was no dial tone.
Ring No Answers
The number of calls where ringing was detected
but the call was not answered at this modem.
In Connect Failures
The number of incoming connection requests that
this modem answered but for which it could not
train with the other Data Communications
Equipment (DCE). This object exists only for
modems that have the cmManageable object set
to “true.”
In Connect Completions
The number of incoming connection requests that
this modem answered and successfully trained
with the other DCE. This object exists only for
modems that have the cmManageable object set
to “true.”
Device Management
No Dial Tones
The number of times the dial tone was expected
but was not received. This object exists only for
modems that have the cmManageable object set
to “true.”
Dial Timeouts
The number of times the dial time-out occurred.
This object exists only for modems that have the
cmManageable object set to “true.”
Watchdog Timeout
The number of times the Call Processing
watchdog timer has expired.
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2400 Or Less Connections
The number of connections initially established at
a modulation speed of 2400 bits per second or
less. This object exists only for modems that have
the cmManageable object set to “true.”
2400 To 14400 Connections
The number of connections initially established at
a modulation speed of greater than 2400 bits per
second and less than 14400 bits per second. This
object exists only for modems that have the
cmManageable object set to “true.”
More Than 14400 Connections
The number of connections initially established at
a modulation speed of greater than 14400 bits per
second. This object exists only for modems that
have the cmManageable object set to “true.”
No Carriers
The number of times the disconnect reason is no
carrier. This object exists only for modems that
have the cmManageable object set to “true.”
Link Failures
The number of times that the disconnect reason
is link failure. The object exists only for modems
that have the cmManageable object set to “true.”
Device Management
Protocol Errors
The number of times that the out of band protocol
error occurred. This object exists only for modems
that have the cmManageable object set to “true.”
Polling Timeouts
The number of times that the out of band protocol
time-out error occurred. This object exists only
for modems that have the cmManageable object
set to “true.”
Modem Line Speed Statistics Table
View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoModemApp Application icon, select Line Speed Stats
Table.
This table displays a collection of objects that
describe the initial modem line speeds and
connections.
Index
Sequential number identifying a single modem.
Line Connections
The number of connections initially established at
a given modulation speed. An instance of this
object will only be present for those speeds where
one or more connections have occurred.
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Tx Line Connections
The number of Transmit connections initially
established at a given modulation speed. An
instance of this object will only be present for
those speeds where one or more connections have
occurred.
Cisco Flash Application
This application (CiscoFlashApp) supports the
flash memory used by the Cisco MC3810. It has
eight options that provide access to the following
views:
• Cisco Flash Configuration View (Page 58)
• Flash Device Chip Properties Table View
(Page 59)
• Flash Copy Operations Table View (Page 60)
• Flash Device Properties Table View (Page 60)
• Flash File Properties Table View (Page 61)
• Flash Miscellaneous Operations Table View
(Page 61)
• Flash Device Partition Properties Table View
(Page 61)
• Flash Partitioning Operations Table View
(Page 62)
Rx Line Connections
The number of Receive connections initially
established at a given modulation speed. An
instance of this object will only be present for
those speeds where one or more connections have
occurred.
Cisco Flash Configuration View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Flash
Configuration.
This view provides the following information.
Flash Size (Bytes)
Total size, in bytes, of flash memory.
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Available (Bytes)
Unused size, in bytes, of flash memory.
Flash Device Chip Properties Table
View
Flash write
The current write permission is “Disabled” or
“Enabled.”
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Chip Properties.
Flash Directory
Description
The flash chip name corresponding to the chip
code.
This table within the Flash Configuration view,
provides the following information.
Name
The flash device name.
Size
The total size of the flash device.
Status
The status of the flash device.
This view displays the following flash device chip
information for each initialized flash device.
Write Retries
A cumulative count of write retries done on this
chip.
Erase Retries
A cumulative count of erase retries done on this
chip.
There are also seven buttons that access the
additional Flash views or you can access these
views from the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application. The buttons are:
Copy Operations, Misc Operations, Device
Properties, Chip Properties, Partition Properties,
Partitioning Operations, and File Properties.
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Flash Copy Operations Table View
Entry Status
The status of this table entry.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Copy Operations.
Flash Device Properties Table View
This view displays the following information.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Device Properties.
Command
The copy command to be executed.
This view displays the following information.
Protocol
The protocol to be used for any copy. Default is
tftp.
Name
The Flash device name.
Partitions
Number of partitions present.
Server Address
The server address for any copy. Default is
255.255.255.255.
Source Name
The source file name, either flash or on a server.
Descriptions
System Flash (primary) and Boot Flash
(secondary).
Destination Address
The destination address for any copy.
Controller
The card that controls Flash read/write/erase.
Remote User
The remote user name for copy through rcp
protocol.
Card
Index for the card in the card table.
Copy Status
The status of the specified copy operation.
Notify On Completion
Whether a notification should be generated on the
completion of the copy operation.
Device Management
Jumper
The state of the jumper that controls the
programming voltage to the Flash device. Possible
values include: “unknown”(3) where a
programming jumper is not present or not
required or, “Installed”(1), or “notInstalled”(2)
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where the programming jumper state can be read
back via a hardware register.
Command
The command to be executed.
Init Time
The time (system time) the device was initialized.
Destination
The destination file.
Flash File Properties Table View
Status
The status of the specified operation.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select File Properties.
Notify On Completion
Whether a notification should be generated on the
completion of the copy operation.
This view displays the following information for
the files in a flash partition.
Name
The name for the file specified by the user copying
in the file.
Size
The size of the file in bytes.
Flash Miscellaneous Operations Table
View
This view displays the following information.
Device Management
Time
The time taken for the operation.
Flash Device Partition Properties
Table View
Status
The status of the file.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Miscellaneous
Operations.
Entry Status
The status of this table entry.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Partition
Properties.
This view displays the following information.
Name
The name for this partition used by the system.
Start Chip
The chip sequence number for the first chip in the
partition.
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End Chip
The chip sequence number for the last chip in the
partition.
Size
The flash partition size.
Checksum Algorithm
The identifier for the checksum method used by
the file system. When a file system writes a file to
flash, it checksums the data written.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFlashApp Application icon, select Partitioning
Operations.
Status
The status of the specified partitioning process.
Notify On Completion
Whether a notification should be generated on the
completion of the copy operation.
File Count
The number of files in the partition.
Flash Partitioning Operations Table
View
Partition Sizes
The size of each partition to be created.
Entry Status
The status of this table entry.
Time
The time taken for the operation.
Cisco Ping Application
This application (CiscoPingApp) provides access
to the Ping Request Table View.
This view displays the following information.
Ping Request Table View
Command
The partitioning command to be executed.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoPingApp Application icon, select Ping Request Entry
Table.
Destination
The destination device name.
Partition Count
The number of partitions to be created.
Device Management
This view allows you to update the ping request
list for this device. The following information is
available for this view:
Owner
The user who configured this entry.
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Protocol
The protocol to use once an instance of this object
is created e.g., Novell, Apple Talk, Vines, etc.
Address
The address of the device to be pinged.
Status
The status of this table entry. Possible states are:
active, notInService, notReady,
createAndGo, createAndWait, and destroy.
Pkt Cnt
Specifies the number of ping packets to send to
the target device in this sequence.
Pkts Sent
The number of ping packets that have been sent
to the target.
Pkts Rcvd
The number of ping packets that have been
received from the target in this sequence.
Min RTT
The minimum round trip time in milliseconds of
all the packets that have been sent in this
sequence.
Pkt Sz
Specifies the size of ping packets to send to the
target device in this sequence.
Avg RTT
The average round trip time in milliseconds of all
the packets that have been sent in this sequence.
Pkt Timeout
Specifies the amount of time to wait for a
response to transmitted packet before declaring
the packet dropped.
Delay
Specifies the minimum amount of time to wait
before sending the next packet in a sequence after
receiving a response or declaring a timeout for a
previous packet.
Device Management
Trap On
Specifies whether or not a ciscoPingCompletion
trap should be issued on completion of the
sequence of pings.
Max RTT
The maximum round trip time in milliseconds of
all the packets that have been sent in this
sequence.
Completed
Indicates (true) that all the packets in this
sequence have been either responded to or timed
out.
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Cisco Queue Application
Add an Entry
This button opens the Add Ping Request dialog
box. Enter the following information and click the
Add Request button to add an entry to the Ping
Request Entry Table:
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Address
Owner
Packet Count
Packet Size
Packet Timeout
Delay
Protocol
Trap on Completion
This application (CiscoQueueApp) has three
menu options that provide access to the
information used to manage interface queuing
within this device.
• Queue Interface View (Page 64)
• Queue Statistics View (Page 65)
• Queue Rotation Interface View (Page 65)
Queue Interface View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoQueueApp Application icon, select Queue Interface.
This view provides the following information on
the queues for a particular Cisco interface.
IF
The IF index for this interface.
Type
The type of queuing used in the hold queue.
Maximum Number of Msgs
The maximum number of messages placed in the
hardware transmission queue.
Number of Sub-Queues
The number of sub-queues from which the hold
queue is built.
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Queue Statistics View
Queue Rotation Interface View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoQueueApp Application icon, select Queue Statistics.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoQueueApp Application icon, select Rotation
Interface.
This view provides the following statistical
information on the queues for a particular Cisco
interface.
Sub-Queue Attrs
A list of sub-queue attributes for an interface.
Number of Msgs
The number of messages in the sub-queue.
Maximum Permitted Msgs
The maximum number of messages permitted in
the sub-queue.
This view provides the following information on
the rotation of custom queues for a particular
Cisco interface.
Statistics Queue Number
Custom queuing sub-queue attributes for an
interface.
Number of Transmitted Octets
The number of octets that may be transmitted
from a custom queuing sub-queue before it must
yield to another queue.
Number of Msgs Discarded
The number of messages discarded from this
queue since restart.
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ATM Client Application
This application (ATMClientApp) has four menu
options that provide access to the following views:
Last Change
The value of MIB II’s System Up Time object at the
time this VCL entered its current operational
state. If the current state was entered prior to the
last re-initialization of the agent, then this object
contains a zero value.
• VCL Table (Page 66)
• ATM Link Modeling Options (Page 67)
VCL Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ATMClientApp Application icon, select VCL Table.
Rcv Descr Index
The value of this object identifies the row in the
ATM Traffic Descriptor Table that applies to the
receive direction of this VCL.
This view opens the ATM Client Application
Virtual Channel Link (VCL) view with the
following information.
If Index
An entry in the VCL Table.
VPI
The Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) value of the VCL.
VCI
The Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) value of the
VCL.
Admin Status
This object is implemented only for a VCL that
terminates a VCC (i.e., one that is not crossconnected to other VCLs). Its value specifies the
desired administrative state (up or down) of the
VCL.
Device Management
Oper Status
This object indicates the current operational
status (up, down, or unknown) of the VCL.
Xmit Descr Index
The value of this object identifies the row of the
ATM Traffic Descriptor Table that applies to the
transmit direction of this VCL.
AAL Type
The type of AAL used on this VCC. An instance of
this object only exists when the local VCL
endpoint is also the VCC endpoint, and AAL is in
use.
Transmit Size
The maximum AAL5 CPCS SDU size in octets that
is supported on the transmit direction of this
VCC. An instance of this object only exists when
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the local VCL end-point is also the VCC endpoint,
and AAL5 is in use.
Receive Size
The maximum AAl5 CPCS SDU size in octets that
is supported on the receive direction of this VCC.
An instance of this object only exists when the
local VCL end-point is also the VCC endpoint, and
AAL5 is in use.
Encaps Type
The type of data encapsulation used over the
AAL5 SSCS layer. An instance of this object only
exists when the local VCL endpoint is also the
VCC end-point, and AAL5 is in use.
ATM Link Modeling Options
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
ATMClientApp Application icon, select ATM Link Modeling
Options.
This view provides you with two fields; Create
Link Models and Config Interval and two
buttons; Reconfigure Now and Option
Explanations.
Select Option Explanations for a brief
explanation of Create Link Models, Config
Interval, and Reconfigure Now.
Cross Connect Id
This object is implemented only for a VCL that is
cross-connected to other VCLs that belong to the
same VCC.
Row Status
This object is used to create, delete, or modify a
row in this table. To create a new VCL, this object
is initially set to “createAndWait” or
“createAndGo.”
Row Status Procedure
This procedure provides step-by-step instructions
to create or remove channel information.
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EnvMon Application
This application (CiscoEnvMonApp) has five menu
options that provide access to the following views:
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•
•
•
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Enable Notifications (Page 68)
Fan Status (Page 68)
Power Supply Status (Page 68)
Temperature Status (Page 69)
Voltage Status (Page 69)
Enable Notifications
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoEnvMonApp Application icon, select Enable
Notifications.
This view allows you to enable or disable system
notifications.
Shutdown
This variable indicates whether the system
produces the Shutdown Notification.
Voltage
This variable indicates whether the system
produces the Voltage Notification.
Redundant Supply
This variable indicates whether the system
produces the Redundant Supply Notification.
Device Management
Temperature
This variable indicates whether the system
produces Temperature Notification.
Fan
This variable indicates whether the system
produces the Fan Notifications.
Fan Status
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoEnvMonApp Application icon, select Fan Status.
This table provides the fan status maintained by
the environmental monitor. The Description
identifies the fan being instrumented and the
State identifies the current state of the fan being
instrumented.
Power Supply Status
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoEnvMonApp Application icon, select Power Supply
Status.
This table provides the power supply status
maintained by the environmental monitor card.
The Description identifies the power supply
being instrumented and the State identifies the
current state of the power supply being
instrumented.
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Temperature Status
Voltage Status
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoEnvMonApp Application icon, select Temperature
Status.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoEnvMonApp Application icon, select Voltage Status.
This table provides the ambient temperature
status maintained by the environmental monitor.
Description
The testpoint being instrumented.
Lo Threshold
The lowest value that the associated instance of
the object Voltage Status Value may obtain before
an emergency shutdown of the managed device is
initiated.
Threshold
The highest value that the associated instance of
the object Status Value may obtain before an
emergency shutdown of the managed device is
initiated.
@ Last Shutdown
The value of the associated instance of the object
Status Value at the time an emergency shutdown
of the managed device was last initiated. This
value is stored in non-volatile RAM and is
therefore able to survive the shutdown.
Device Management
Description
The testpoint being instrumented.
Value
The current measurement of the testpoint being
instrumented.
Value
The current measurement of the testpoint being
instrumented.
State
The current state of the testpoint being
instrumented.
This table provides the voltage status maintained
by the environmental monitor.
Hi Threshold
The highest value that the associated instance of
the object Voltage Status Value may obtain before
an emergency shutdown of the managed device is
initiated.
@ Last Shutdown
The value of the associated instance of the object
Voltage Status Value at the time an emergency
shutdown of the managed device was last
initiated. This value is stored in non-volatile RAM
and hence is able to survive the shutdown.
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State
The current state of the testpoint being
instrumented.
Device ID
The Device-ID string as reported in the most
recent CDP message. The zero-length string
indicates no Device-ID field was reported in the
most recent CDP message.
Discovery Application
This application (CiscoCDPApp) has two menu
options that provide access to the following views.
• Discovery Cache Table View (Page 70)
• Interface Discovery Status Table (Page 71)
Discovery Cache Table View
Platform
The device’s hardware platform as reported in the
most recent CDP message. The zero-length string
indicates that no Platform field was reported in
the most recent CDP message.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoCDPApp Application icon, select Cache.
This table contains the cached information
obtained by receiving Cisco Discovery Protocol
(CDP) messages.
Type
An indication of the type of address contained in
the corresponding instance of cdpCacheAddress.
Address
The (first) network-layer address of the device’s
SNMP-agent as reported in the most recent CDP
message.
Device Management
Device Port
The Port-ID string as reported in the most recent
CDP message. This will typically be the value of
the ifName object (e.g., ‘Ethernet0’.) The zerolength string indicates no Port-ID field was
reported in the most recent CDP message.
Capabilities
The device’s functional capabilities as reported in
the most recent CDP message. For the latest set
of specific values, see the latest version of the
CDP specification. The zero-length string
indicates no Capabilities field was reported in the
most recent CDP message.
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Interface Discovery Status Table
Line Status
This variable indicates the Line Status of the
interface. It contains loopback, failure, received
alarm and transmitted alarm information. The
Line Status is a bit map represented as a sum;
therefore, it can represent multiple failures
(alarms) and a Loopback State simultaneously.
The various bit positions are shown in Table 10.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoCDPApp Application icon, select Interfaces.
This table contains the status of Cisco Discovery
Protocol (CDP) on the device’s interfaces.
IF
The interface index value of the local interface.
Table 10:
Discovery
An indication of whether the Cisco Discovery
Protocol is currently running on this interface.
Bit
Line Statuses
Status
Description
Group
This object is only relevant to interfaces that are
repeater ports on 802.3 repeaters; it indicates the
RFC1516 group number of the repeater port that
corresponds to this interface.
1
dsx1NoAlarm
No Alarm Present
2
dsx1RcvFarEndLOF
Far end LOF (a.k.a.,
Yellow Alarm
4
dsx1XmtFarEndLOF
Near end sending LOF
Indication
Port
This object is only relevant to interfaces that are
repeater ports on 802.3 repeaters; it indicates the
RFC1516 port number of the repeater port that
corresponds to this interface.
8
dsx1RcvAIS
Far end sending AIS
16
dsx1XmtAIS
Near end sending AIS
32
dsx1LossOfFrame
Near end LOF (a.k.a.,
Red Alarm)
64
dsx1LossOfSignal
Near end Loss Of Signal
128
dsx1LoopbackState
Near end is looped
Interval
The interval at which CDP (Cisco Discovery
Protocol) messages are to be generated on this
interface. The default value is 60 seconds.
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Bit
Optional Applications
Line Statuses (Continued)
Status
Table 11:
Description
256
dsx1T16AIS
512
dsx1RcvFarEndLOMF Far End Sending TS16
LOMF
1024
Mode
E1 TS16 AIS
Signal Modes
Description
none
Indicates that no bits are
reserved for signaling on
this channel.
dsx1XmtFarEndLOMF Near End Sending TS16
LOMF
robbedBit
Indicates that T1 Robbed
Bit Signaling is in use.
2048
dsx1RcvTestCode
Near End detects a test
code
bitOriented
Indicates that E1 Channel
Associated Signaling is in
use.
4096
dsx1OtherFailure
Any line status not
defined.
messageOriented Indicates that Common
Channel Signaling is in use
either on channel 16 of an
E1 link or channel 24 of a
T1.
Signal Mode
The following table (Table 11) describes the signal
modes that are available.
Transmit Clock
The following table (Table 12) describes the
sources for the Transmit Clock.
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Optional Applications
Transmit Clock Sources
Code
Table 13:
Description
loopTiming
Indicates that the recovered
receive clock is used as the
transmit clock.
localTiming
Indicates that a local clock
source is used.
throughTiming
Indicates that recovered
receive clock from another
interface is used as the
transmit clock.
Code
other
Facilities Data Link Codes
Description
Indicates that a protocol other
than the one following is used.
dsx1Ansi-T1-403 Refers to the FDL exchange
recommended by ANSI.
dsx1Att-54016
Refers to ESF FDL exchanges.
dsx1Fdl-none
Indicates that the device does
not use the FDL.
Cisco Interface Application
Facilities Data Link
This bitmap describes the use of the facilities data
link, and is the sum of the capabilities as shown
in Table 13.
Device Management
This application (CiscoIfceApp) provides access to
the application-specific Configuration view.
To access the Configuration view, select
Configuration from the Icon Subviews menu.
The CiscoIfceApp Configuration window opens
where you can choose to Create Interface
Applications and/or Create Sub Interface
Applications.
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Cisco RFC1317 Async Application
This application (RFC1317AsyncApp) provides
access to the RS232 Asynchronous Port Table.
Error Breakdown - Overrun
Total number of characters with an overrun error
input from the port since system re-initialization
and while the port state was “up” or “test.”
RS232 Asynchronous Port Table
Cisco Terminal Server Application
Port ID
A unique value for each port.
The Cisco Terminal Server Application
(CiscoTSApp) has three menu options that
provide access to the following views:
Data Bits
The port’s number of bits in a character.
• Line Configuration View (Page 74)
• Cisco Terminal Server Line View (Page 75)
• Cisco Terminal Server Session View (Page 77)
Stop Bits
The port’s number of stop bits.
Parity
The port’s sense of a character parity bit.
AutoBaud
A control for the port’s ability to automatically
sense input speed.
Error Breakdown - Parity
Total number of characters with a parity error
input from the port since system re-initialization
and while the port state was “up” or “test.”
Error Breakdown - Framing
Total number of characters with a framing error
input from the port since system re-initialization
and while the port state was “up” or “test.”
Device Management
Line Configuration View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoTSApp Application icon, select Line Configuration.
This view displays the following information on
the terminal server lines.
Lines
Number of lines.
Message tty Line
The tty line to send the message to.
Message Interval time
The interval in milliseconds between reissuing
message.
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Cisco Terminal Server Line View
Message Duration
The length of time in milliseconds to reissue
message.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoTSApp Application icon, select Line Table.
Message Text
The actual message, up to 256 characters.
Message Temporary Banner
Select to use the message as a temporary banner
in addition to the normal banner.
Message send
The value used to determine what is done after
the message is sent.
Clear tty Line
The last line cleared.
This view displays the following information on
each terminal server line connected to the Cisco
MC3810.
Status
The current state of this line. Possible states are:
“Active” and “Inactive.”
Type
The type of line. Possible types are: Unknown,
Console, Terminal, Line-Printer,
Virtual-Terminal, and Auxiliary.
Autobaud
Indicates whether or not the line will autobaud.
Speed In
The input speed of this line, displayed as a baud
rate.
Speed Out
The output speed of this line, displayed as a baud
rate.
Flow Control
The type of flow control in use on this line.
Possible flow control types are: Unknown, None,
Software-Input, Software-Output,
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Software-Both, Hardware-Input, HardwareOutput, and Hardware-Both.
Modem Control
The type of modem control in use on this line.
Possible modem control types are: Unknown,
None, Call-In, Call-Out, CTS-Required,
RI-IS-CD, and InOut.
Location
The physical location of this line.
Term Type
The type of terminal on this line.
Length in Lines
Length, in lines, of the terminal screen attached
to this line.
Width in Char
Width, in characters, of the terminal screen
attached to this line.
Escape Char
Escape character used to breakout the active
sessions.
Idle Time out
The amount of idle time allowed on this line
before the line times out.
Device Management
Session Time out
The amount of idle time allowed in this session
before the session times out.
Rotary
The rotary group number the line belongs to.
# of Connections
The number of times a connection has been made
to or from this line.
Current Session
The current number of sessions in use on this
line.
User
Terminal Access Controller Access Control
System (TACACS ) user name, if TACACS is
enabled.
Noise
Count of garbage characters received when the
line is inactive.
Line Number
The number (listed in sequential order) for this
terminal server line.
Time Active
The time, in seconds, since the line was activated.
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Cisco Terminal Server Session View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoTSApp Application icon, select Session Table.
This view displays the Terminal Server (TS)
Session Table, which provides information about
each terminal server session connected to the
Cisco MC3810.
Type
Identifies session type as Pad, Stream, Rlogin,
Telnet, TCP and Unknown.
Direction
The direction of this session. Possible directions
are: Unknown, Incoming, and Outgoing.
Addr
The remote host address of the session.
Name
The remote host name of the session.
State
Indicates whether this session is the currently
“Active” or “Inactive.”
Idle
Time in seconds that the session has been idle.
Line
The index value that identifies this line.
Device Management
Optional Applications
Session
A second index value that identifies this session.
Cisco Memory Pool Application
This major application provides the following
application-specific subview.
• Cisco Memory Pool Monitor Table View
(Page 77)
Cisco Memory Pool Monitor Table
View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_Mem_ Application icon, select Memory Pool
Monitor.
This table displays memory pool monitoring
entries.
Name
Displays the name assigned to a memory pool.
Alternate
Indicates whether or not this memory pool has an
alternate pool configured. Alternate pools are
used for fallback when the current pool runs out
of memory. If this has a value of zero than there is
no alternate.
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Valid
This indicates whether or not the remaining
objects in this entry contain accurate data. If an
instance of this object has a false value, the
values of this row may contain inaccurate
information.
Optional Applications
Cisco Frame Relay Application
This application provides specific Frame Relay
information that is either excluded by the RFC
1315 or is specific to Cisco products. The
following subviews are available:
• Frame Relay Trap Configuration View
(Page 78)
• DLCI Connection View (Page 79)
• Frame Relay Circuit Table (Page 79)
• Frame Relay Data Link Connection
Management Table (Page 80)
• Frame Relay Error Table (Page 81)
• Cisco Frame Relay LMI Table (Page 82)
• Cisco Frame Relay Circuit Table (Page 82)
• Cisco Frame Relay Ext. Circuit Table (Page 83)
• Cisco Frame Relay Map Table (Page 84)
Used
Indicates the number of bytes from the memory
pool that are currently in use by applications on
the managed device.
Free
The number of bytes from the memory pool that
are currently unused on the managed device.
Largest Free
Indicates the largest number of contiguous bytes
from the memory pool that are currently unused
on the managed device.
Frame Relay Trap Configuration View
This view contains configuration buttons which
allow you to reconfigure, suppress, generate or
clear alarms. Explanations for the use of these
functions is also provided.
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DLCI Connection View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select DLCI Connection View.
This view contains Data Link Connection
Identifier information.
Local IF .DLCI
The local interface DLCI.
Local IP Address
The IP address of the local port.
Remote Device
The remote device identifier.
Remote IF .DLCI
The remote interface DLCI.
Remote IP Address
The IP address of the remote port.
Frame Relay Circuit Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select Circuit Table.
Optional Applications
State
Set to indicate whether the particular virtual
circuit is operational. The possible values are
invalid, inactive, and active (default). In the
absence of a Data Link Connection Management
Interface, virtual circuit entries (rows) may be
created by setting the state active or deleted by
setting the state to invalid. Whether the row
actually disappears is left to the implementation,
so this field may actually read as invalid for
some arbitrary length of time. It is also possible to
set the state of a virtual circuit to inactive to
temporarily disable a given circuit.
Rcvd FECNs
The number of frames received from the network
indicating forward congestion since the virtual
circuit was created.
Rcvd BECNs
The number of frames received from the network
indicating backward congestion since the virtual
circuit was created.
Index
A value that identifies a table entry.
Frames Sent
The number of frames sent from this virtual
circuit since it was created.
DLCI
The Data Link Connection Identifier for this
virtual circuit.
Octets Sent
The number of octets sent from this virtual circuit
since it was created.
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measurement interval. If the configured
committed burst rate and throughput are both
non-zero, the measurement interval equals
Committed Burst/Throughput.
Frames Rcvd
The number of frames received over this virtual
circuit since it was created.
Octets Rcvd
The number of octets received over this virtual
circuit since it was created.
Frame Relay Data Link Connection
Management Table
Creation Time
The value of sysUpTime when the virtual circuit
was created, whether by the Data Link
Connection Management Interface or by a
SetRequest.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select DLCMI Table.
Index
A value that identifies a table entry.
Last Change
The value of sysUpTime when the last change in
the virtual circuit state occurred.
State
Defines which DLCM scheme is active (and by
implication, what DLCI it uses) on the Frame
Relay interface. The possible values are
noLmiConfigured, 1miRev1, ansiT1-617-D, and
ansiT1-617-B.
Committed Burst
The maximum amount of data, in bits, that the
network agrees to transfer under normal
conditions during the measurement interval.
Address Format
The address format, either q921 or q922.
Excess Burst
The maximum amount of uncommitted data bits
that the network will attempt to deliver over the
measurement interval.
Throughput
The average number of Frame Relay Information
Field bits transferred per second across a network
interface in one direction, measured over the
Device Management
Address Length
The address length in octets. The possible values
are two, three, and four. In the case of Q922
format, the length indicates the entire length of
the address including the control portion.
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Polling Interval
A read-write value giving the number of seconds
between successive state enquiry messages. The
default value is 10.
Multicast
Indicates whether the Frame Relay interface is
using a multicast service. The possible values are
nonBroadcast and broadcast.
Enquiry Interval
A read-write value for the number of status
enquiry intervals that pass before a full status
enquiry message is issued. The default value is 6.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select Error Table.
Index
A value that identifies a table entry.
Error Threshold
A read-write value for the maximum number of
unanswered status enquiries the equipment will
accept before declaring the interface down. The
default value is 3.
Monitored Events
A read-write value for the number of status
polling intervals over which the error threshold is
counted. For example, if within this value the
station receives the Error Threshold number of
errors, the interface is marked as down. The
default value is 4.
Max Supported VCs
A read-write value for the maximum number of
VCs allowed for this interface. This is usually
dictated by the Frame Relay network. In response
to a SET, if a value less than zero or higher than
the agent’s maximum capability is configured, the
agent should respond with “bad Value.”
Device Management
Frame Relay Error Table
Error Type
The type of error that was last seen on the
interface. The possible values are unknownError,
receiveShort, receiveLong, illegalDLCI,
unknownDLCI, dlcmiProtoErr, dlcmiUnknownIE,
dlcmiSequenceErr, dlcmiUnknownRpt, and
noErrorSinceReset.
Error Data
An octet string containing as much of the error
packet as possible (at least up to the PDU). As a
minimum, it contains the Q922 address or as
much as was delivered.
Error Time
The value of sysUpTime when the error was
detected.
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Cisco Frame Relay LMI Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select Cisco LMI Table.
This is a table of Frame Relay Link Management
Interface (LMI) information.
Link Status
The Data Link Status via LMI.
Link Type
The Frame Relay Link Type. Possible types are
dte, dce, and nni.
Enquiry Ins
Number of Status Enquiry messages received.
Optional Applications
Status TOs
Number of times a timeout occurred while waiting
for Status message.
Status Enq TOs
Number of times a timeout occurred while waiting
for Status Enquiry message.
N392 dce
LMI error threshold for DCE interface. For DTE,
value becomes 0.
N393 dce
LMI monitored event count for DCE interface. For
DTE, value becomes 0.
Enquiry Outs
Number of Status Enquiry messages sent.
T392 dce
DCE polling verification timer for DCE interface.
For DTE, value becomes 0.
Status Ins
Number of Status messages received.
Cisco Frame Relay Circuit Table
Status Outs
Number of Status messages sent.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select Cisco Circuit Table.
Update Ins
Number of Update Status messages received.
This is a table of descriptive and statistics
information that are generic to Frame Relay
virtual circuits.
Update Outs
Number of Update Status messages sent.
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DE Ins
Number of packets received with the Discarded
Eligibility indictor (the DE bit) set.
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DE Outs
Number of packets transmitted with DE bit set.
0 means the DLCI is not associated with any
subinterface.
Drop Pkts Outs
Number of discarded packets that were to be sent.
Map Status
The mapping protocols (internally considered as
the ‘link type’) applied on this circuit. The value
ranges from 0 to 2047, For point-to-point DLCI,
the value stays zero. Otherwise, the value is a
sum. It initially takes the value zero, then, for
each type of Protocol, 2 raised to a power is added
to the sum. The following table presents
respective power and equivalent value for each
applicable type:
Circuit Type
The basic circuit type. Possible types are pvd
(permanent virtual circuit), and svc (switched
virtual circuit).
Cisco Frame Relay Ext. Circuit Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select Cisco Ext. Circuit Table.
This table contains Cisco implementation specific
Frame Relay circuit information. This is a Cisco
extension for the frCircuitTable of RFC 1315.
IF Name
The name of the main interface or the
subinterface that this DLCI is associated with.
IF Type
Type of the subinterface this DLCI is associated
with, if configured. Possible types are
mainInterface, pointToPoint, multipoint.
Table 14:
Mapping Protocols
Protocol
Power
Value
IP
0
1
IPX
1
2
Appletalk
2
4
XNS
3
8
VINES
4
16
DECnet
5
32
Sub IF Type
For a value greater than 0, it indicates the
network management interface index for the
subinterface associated with this DLCI. A value of
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Table 14:
Optional Applications
Routed IF
The interface for the routed DLCI that pairs up
with this DLCI for switching. A value greater than
0 is the Interface Index for that interface. A value
of 0 indicates that there is no such routed DLCI
corresponding to this DLCI.
Mapping Protocols
Protocol
Power
Value
CLNS
6
64
Bridging
7
128
RSRB
8
256
STUN
9
512
LLC2
10
1024
For example, value 3 means the circuit’s mapping
protocols include IP and IPX. (3 = 2**1 + 2**0,
where 0 corresponds to IP and 1 to IPX.) A value
of 0 means there is currently no mapping protocol
for the circuit.
Create Type
The last source of the circuit’s creation; either
dynamic or static.
Multicast
Indicates if this DLCI is a multicast DLCI.
Routed DLCI
The routed DLCI to pair up with this DLCI for
switching function. A value of 0 indicates that
there is no such routed DLCI corresponding to
this DLCI.
Device Management
Uncompress Ins
The number of inbound octets of the data
packets, accounted at Frame Relay level after
FRF.9 payload decompression is applied. In the
case of non-FRF.9, this value could be identical to
Circuit Received Octets, unless otherwise noted.
Uncompress Outs
The number of outbound octets of the data
packets, accounted at Frame Relay level before
FRF.9 payload compression is applied. In the case
of non-FRF.9, this value could be identical to
Circuit Received Octets, unless otherwise noted.
Cisco Frame Relay Map Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
CiscoFRApp, select Cisco Map Table.
This is a table of protocols and addresses
mapping information of the Frame Relay virtual
circuits.
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Optional Applications
Index
An index to the mapping information associated
with a certain circuit.
Payload Comp Type
The Frame Relay payload compression type, if
applicable. FRF.9 is the Frame Relay
Implementation Agreement on FR payload
compression. The compression can be done by
either software or hardware (when equipped with
the supporting hardware), depending on
configuration.
Protocol
The mapping protocol for this circuit.
Address
The mapping protocol address at remote end for
this DLCI.
Type
The type for the map creation. Possible types are
static, dynamic, and svc.
Encaps
The encapsulation type for this mapping protocol.
Possible types are ietf (following IETF
specifications) and cisco.
Broadcast
Displays whether the Broadcast is enabled or
disabled.
Payload Comp
Indicates if payload compression is enabled or
disabled.
Tcp Hdr Comp
The TCP header compression type, if applicable.
Possible types are inapplicable, passive and
active.
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Performance Views
This section provides brief descriptions of the Performance views available for models of Cisco MC3810 devices
in SPECTRUM.
Performance views for the Cisco MC3810 provide
statistical information about the operation of the
device and packet information for the device and
its ports. The following performance views are
described in this section:
• 1 Minute Average
• 5 Minute Average
The view also provides button access to the
Enterprise Alarm Manager and the Event Log.
• Device Performance View (Page 86)
• Performance View (Page 87)
• Port Performance View (Page 87)
Figure 6: Device Performance View
SpectroGRAPH: MC3810
For more information on Performance views, refer
to the SPECTRUM Views documentation.
Device Performance View
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Cisco Device Performance View
System Up Time
Network Address
Model Name
Contact
Description
Location
Manufacturer
Hardware Type
Device Type
Primary Application
Serial Number
Primary Address
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_MC3810 Device icon, select Device Performance.
Log
Value
Average
Peak Value
100.0
10.00
This view (Figure 6) includes both a graph and a
table that show current, average, and peak values
for the following performance statistics:
1.00
0.10
0.01
0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0
0
CPU Utilization
1 Minute Average
5 Minute Average
Graph Properties
Scroll to Date-Time
0
Alarms
Events
• CPU Utilization
Orchid of Type Cisco_MC3810 of Landscape tulip: Primary
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Performance View
Port Performance View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_MC3810 Interface icon, select Performance.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for a selected Port
Label in either the Device view or the Device Topology view,
select Performance.
This view provides performance information
about the packets being passed through the
device. The following packet statistics for the
entire device are displayed in this view:
•
•
•
•
•
%
%
%
%
%
Delivered
Forwarded
Transmitted
Error
Discarded
This view provides performance information
about the packets being passed through a
particular interface. The following packet
statistics for the selected interface are displayed
in this view:
•
•
•
•
Load
Packet Rate
% Error
% Discarded
Table 15 lists the Port Performance view buttons
and the views they open.
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Table 15:
Port Performance View
Performance View Buttons
Button
Opens the...
Transmit
Detailed Port Performance view for packets
transmitted.
Receive
Detailed Port Performance view for packets
received.
Detail
Interface Detail view, which displays packet,
error, and discarded breakdown statistics.
Config
Interface Configuration - Information View
(Page 17).
Threshold
Interface Threshold view, which allows you to
set the thresholds for load, packet rate, error
rate, and % discarded.
Alarms
Enterprise Alarm Manager.
Events
Event Log.
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Configuration View
This section describes the Configuration view and subviews accessible from the Cisco MC3810 Device icon.
Configuration views allow you to view and modify
current settings for the modeled device and its
interfaces, ports, and applications.
Figure 7:
Device Configuration View
SpectroGRAPH: MC3810
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Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_MC3810 Device icon, select Device Configuration.
The Device Configuration view for the Cisco
MC3810 (Figure 7) provides status and
configuration information about the device as a
whole as well as on a port-by-port basis. It also
provides access the following views:
Cisco MC3810 Configuration View
Model Name
Contact
Description
Location
Network Address
Primary Address
Contact Status
Number of Interfaces
Primary Application
Full Description
Cisco Internet Operating System Software
IOS (tm) 4000 Software (XX-BPX), Version 10.2(2). Release Sftwre
Domain Name
Why Last Reload
Authentication Fail
Host Name
Boot Host
Bootstrap Revision
Discover/Reconfigure Control
Sort
Find
Update
• Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration
Options View (Page 91)
• Interface Address Translation Table View
(Page 92)
• Cisco Buffer Management View (Page 92)
• Network/Host Configuration View (Page 96)
System Up Time
Interface Type
Interface Index
Serial Number
IF Address Translation
Buffer Management
Interface Configuration Table
MC3810 of Type Cisco_MC3810 of Landscape X: Primary
Device Management
Network/Host Config
Primary Address
The IP Address for the modeled device.
Contact Status
The status of the Cisco MC3810. Possible values
are: Established, Lost, or Initial.
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Number of Interfaces
The number of ports on the Cisco MC3810.
Domain Name
An ASCII text string displaying the domain
portion of the domain name of the host.
Host Name
An ASCII text string displaying the name of the
host.
Why Last Reload
An ASCII text string explaining why the system
was last restarted.
Device Configuration View
The button opens the Interface Address
Translation Table View (Page 92).
Buffer Management
This button opens the Cisco Buffer Management
View (Page 92), which provides data information
for network traffic to the Cisco MC3810. It counts
IP Packets received and tracks activity for the
various buffers.
Network/Host Config
This button opens the Network/Host
Configuration View (Page 96).
Boot Host
The IP address of the host that provided the
currently running software.
Interface Configuration Table
Authentication Fail
The IP address of the last SNMP authorization
failure.
This section of the Cisco MC3810 Configuration
view provides the following port configuration
information for each of the Cisco MC3810’s ports.
Discover/Reconfigure Control
This button opens the Redundancy and Model
Reconfiguration Options View (Page 91).
IF Address Translation
Index
The port number on the Cisco MC3810.
Description
A textual description of the interface, which may
include the name of the manufacturer, the
product name, and version number of the
hardware interface.
Type
The type of interface for the port.
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Bandwidth
The estimated bandwidth of the interface
measured in bits per second. For interfaces that
do not vary in bandwidth or for which no accurate
estimate can be made, a nominal bandwidth is
provided.
Physical Address
The Ethernet (MAC) address of the port.
Operation Status
The current operational state of the port (On, Off,
or Testing).
Admin Status
The desired operational state of the port (On, Off,
or Testing).
Packet Size
The largest Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU)
that can be transmitted or received by the port
measured in octets.
Redundancy and Model
Reconfiguration Options View
Access: In the Device Configuration View, click the
Discover/Reconfigure Control button.
This view allows you to enable redundant
addresses, have SPECTRUM notify you of a
redundancy update, and reconfigure aspects of
your network connections.
Preferred Addresses
Last Change
The System UpTime value when the port entered
its current operational state.
This button opens the Preferred Addresses dialog
box which allows you to select the redundant
preferred address for the device.
Change Reason
An ASCII text string explaining why the system
was last restarted.
Redundancy Administrative Status
Set this button to “Enabled” to cause SPECTRUM
to update this model with an address from the
Redundant Preferred Address list when the
primary address is not accessible.
Queue Length
The length of the outbound packet queue in
packets.
Device Management
Generate Redundancy Alarms
Set this button to “True” to cause SPECTRUM to
generate an alarm when a redundant address is
selected.
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Automatically Reconfigure Interfaces
Set this button to “True” to cause SPECTRUM to
monitor the number of interfaces for this device.
If a change is detected by SPECTRUM, the
interfaces displayed in SPECTRUM are updated to
reflect the change.
Create Sub-Interfaces
Set this button to determine if SPECTRUM should
model the devices sub-interfaces. If set to “True,”
these models will be displayed in the SubInterface view of the Physical Interface model.
Reconfigure due to LINK UP/Down events
Set this button to “True” to cause SPECTRUM to
verify the interfaces displayed when a LINK UP or
LINK DOWN event is received.
Topologically Relocate Model
Set this button to “True” to allow SPECTRUM to
relocate the model to a different topological
location as part of the AutoDiscovery process.
Device Discovery after Reconfiguration
Set this button to “True” to cause SPECTRUM to
verify the interfaces displayed after a model
reconfiguration occurs.
for this device will be updated if any of the port
addresses have been changed or removed, or if
the port type has been changed.
Discover LANs
This button discovers the devices that are
connected to the ports for this device. Clicking on
this button will create all LANS which are defined
for each port.
Interface Address Translation Table
View
Access: In the Configuration view, click the IF Address
Translation button.
This view cross-references device IP addresses to
device MAC addresses for selected nodes between
networks. Double-clicking on any column entry
opens an address-specific Address Translation
Table Information view allowing you to modify
each of the three fields for that entry.
Cisco Buffer Management View
Access: In the Configuration view, click the Buffer
Management button.
Reconfigure Model
This view provides the following information:
This button does a complete re-read of the device
and its ports. The SpectroSERVER information
Device Management
Free Memory
The amount of available memory in bytes.
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Buffer Element Creates
The number of new buffer elements created by
the Cisco MC3810.
Buffer Failures
The number of packets discarded due to no
memory. An attempted packet buffer allocation
failed.
Buffer Management Buttons
Buffer No Memory
The number of buffer creation failures due to no
memory.
These five buttons located in the Cisco Buffer
Management view allow you to access additional
buffer management information according to
buffer size. Each attribute is summarized for the
total interval since first poll and the rate interval
between polls (Delta).
Max Buffer Elements
The maximum number of buffer elements the
Cisco MC3810 may create.
Buffer Elements
Small Buffers
This area of the Cisco Buffer Management view
displays statistics on buffer “elements” (data
structures used to enqueue buffers in multiple
output queues). Each attribute is summarized for
the total interval since first poll and the rate
interval between polls (Delta).
This button opens the Small Buffer Management
view. Table 16 provides descriptions for the fields
presented in the Small Buffer Management view.
Buffer Elements Free
The number of buffer elements available.
Buffer Element Hits
The number of successful requests for buffer
elements.
Buffer Element Misses
The number of unsuccessful requests for buffer
elements.
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Medium Buffers
Table 16: Small Buffers View Fields
Field
Description
Small Buffer Size
The maximum size of a small
buffer.
Max Small Buffers
The maximum number of small
buffers the Cisco MC3810 can
create.
Small Buffer Total
The total number of enqueued
small buffers.
Small Buffer Free
The number of small buffers
available.
Small Buffer Hits
The number of successful requests
for small buffers.
Small Buffer Misses
The number of unsuccessful
requests for small buffers.
Small Buffer Creates The number of new small buffers
created by the Cisco MC3810.
Small Buffer Trims
The number of small buffers
returned to the free buffer pool.
Device Management
This button opens the Cisco Medium Buffer
Management view. Table 17 provides descriptions
for the fields in the Medium Buffer Management
view.
Table 17:
Medium Buffers View Fields
Field
Medium Buffer Size
Description
The maximum size of a medium
buffer.
Max Medium Buffers The maximum number of medium
buffers the Cisco MC3810 can create.
Medium Buffer Total The total number of enqueued
medium buffers.
Medium Buffer Free
The number of medium buffers
available.
Medium Buffer Hits
The number of successful requests for
medium buffers.
Medium Buffer
Misses
The number of unsuccessful requests
for medium buffers.
Medium Buffer
Creates
The number of new medium buffers
created by the Cisco MC3810.
Medium Buffer
Trims
The number of medium buffers
returned to the free buffer pool.
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Big Buffers
Large Buffers
The button opens the Big Buffers view. Table 18
provides descriptions for the fields presented in
the Big Buffer Management view.
This button opens the Cisco Large Buffer
Management view. Table 19 provides descriptions
for the fields presented in the Large Buffer
Management view.
Table 18: Big Buffers View Fields
Field
Table 19: Large Buffers View Fields
Description
Big Buffer Size
The maximum size of a big buffer.
Max Big Buffers
The maximum number of big
buffers the Cisco MC3810 can
create.
Field
Description
Large Buffer Size
The maximum number of bytes in a
large buffer.
Max Large Buffers
The maximum number of large
buffers the Cisco MC3810 can
create.
Large Buffer Total
The total number of enqueued large
buffers.
Big Buffer Total
The total number of enqueued big
buffers.
Big Buffer Free
The number of big buffers available.
Big Buffer Hits
The number of successful requests
for big buffers.
Large Buffer Free
The number of large buffers
available.
Big Buffer Misses
The number of unsuccessful
requests for big buffers.
Large Buffer Hits
The number of successful requests
for large buffers.
Big Buffer Creates
The number of new big buffers
created by the Cisco MC3810.
Big Buffer Trims
The number of big buffers returned
to the free buffer pool.
Large Buffer Misses The number of unsuccessful
requests for large buffers.
Large Buffer Creates The number of new large buffers
created by the Cisco MC3810.
Large Buffer Trims
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The number of large buffers
returned to the free buffer pool.
Cisco MC3810
Configuration View
Device Configuration View
Network/Host Configuration View
Huge Buffers
This button opens the Cisco Huge Buffer
Management view. Table 20 provides descriptions
for the fields presented in the Huge Buffer
Management view.
Table 20: Huge Buffers View Fields
Field
Description
Huge Buffer Size
The maximum number of bytes in
a huge buffer.
Max Huge Buffers
The maximum number of huge
buffers the Cisco MC3810 can
create.
This view displays the following information.
Network Configuration
The network configuration file contains
commands that apply to all network servers and
terminal services on a network.
Previous Host Addr
Provides the address of the host that supplied the
network configuration file for the managed device.
Previous File Name
Provides the name of the network configuration
file that resides on the managed device.
Huge Buffer Total
The total number of enqueued
huge buffers.
Huge Buffer Free
The number of huge buffers
available.
Huge Buffer Hits
The number of successful requests
for huge buffers.
Huge Buffer Misses
The number of unsuccessful
requests for huge buffers.
Huge Buffer Creates
The number of new huge buffers
created by the Cisco MC3810.
Huge Buffer Trims
The number of huge buffers
returned to the free buffer pool.
Device Management
Access: In the Configuration view, click the Network/Host
Config button.
New Host Addr
This field replaces the Previous Host Addr field
when the Upload Net Config file is selected.
New File Name
This field replaces the Previous File Name field
when the Upload Net Config file is selected.
Upload Net Config File
Initiates the transfer of configuration file from
host to server.
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TFTP Server Addr
Address used to send the configuration file from
server to a host.
File Name
The file name where you are storing the
configuration.
Copy Config to Net
Initiates the transfer of configuration file from
server to host.
Host Configuration
The host configuration file contains commands
that apply to one network server in particular.
Previous Host Addr
The address of the host that provided the host
configuration file for the managed device.
Previous File Name
The name of the last host configuration file used
by the device.
New Host Addr
This field replaces the Previous Host Addr field
when the Upload Host Config file is selected.
New File Name
This field replaces the Previous File Name field
when the Upload Host Config file is selected.
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Device Configuration View
Upload Host Config File
Initiates the transfer of configuration file from
host to server.
Copy Config to NVRAM
Clicking this button writes the current (running)
server configuration into Non-Volatile Random
Access Memory (NVRAM) where it can be stored
and retained even if the server is reloaded.
Clear NVRAM
Clicking this button erases whatever was in NonVolatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM) on the
server.
Cisco Running Config Event/Alarm
Configuration View
Access: In the Configuration View, click the Running
Configuration Changes button.
This view allows you to generate various events
and alarms for this model.
Hour to Run Cron Job:
This button allows you to select the hour of day to
run the cron job.
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Generate Event for This Model
This button allows you to select if you wish to
generate an event for this model. Valid options are
True and False.
Generate Event For All Models Of This Model Type
This buttons allows you to select if you wish to
generate an event for all models of this model
type. Valid options are True and False.
Opens the Cisco Config-Copy Table View.
Cisco Config-Copy Table View
Access: From the Configuration view, select the Config
Copy Table button.
Generate Alarm For All Models Of This Model Type
This button allows you to select if you wish to
generate an alarm for all models of this model
type. Valid options are True and False.
Running Configuration Was last Changed At:
The date and time the running configuration was
last updated.
Note:
Note:
Device Management
Opens the Cisco Memory Pool Monitor Table View
(Page 77).
Config Copy Table
Generate Alarm For This Model
This buttons allows you to select if you wish to
generate an alarm for this model. Valid options
are True and False.
A Cisco device that has firmware 12.1
will have the following additional
menu buttons in the Configuration
view.
Memory Pool Monitor
A config-copy operation is a request to copy a
configuration file of an SNMP Agent running
Cisco’s IOS software. There are several ways in
which this can be done: copying to or from the net
(via a protocol like tftp, ftp, or rcp), copying
running configurations, or by copying a running
or startup config to a file to the local IOS file
system and vice versa.
This view displays the ccCopyTable which
provides the following information:
Index
Specifies a unique entry in the ccCopyTable.
Protocol
The protocol to be used for any copy. Will default
to tftp if not specified. If the copy operation occurs
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locally on the SNMP agent, this object may be
ignored by the implementation.
Server Address, File Name) will uniquely identify
the destination file. If the Dest File Type is
iosFile, the File Name must also be created, and
the two objects together (Dest File Type, File
Name) will uniquely identify the destination file.
Possible types are networkFile, iosFile,
startupConfig, runningConfig, and terminal.
Source File Type
The type of file to copy from. Either the Source
File Type or the Dest File Type (or both) must be
of type runningConfig or startupConfig. Also,
the Source File Type must be different from the
Dest File Type. If the Source File Type has the
value of networkFile, the Server Address and
File Name must also be created, and these 3
objects together (Source File Type, Server
Address, File Name) will uniquely identify the
source file. Possible types are networkFile,
iosFile, startupConfig, runningConfig, and
terminal.
Server Address
The IP address of the TFTP server from (or to)
which to copy the configuration file. This object
must be created when either the Source File Type
or Dest File Type has the value networkFile.
Values of 0.0.0.0 or FF.FF.FF.FF. for Server
Address are not allowed.
If the Source File Type is iosFile, the File Name
must also be created, and the 2 objects together
(Source File Type, File Name) will uniquely
identify the source file.
File Name
The file name (including the path, if applicable) of
the file. This object must be created when either
the Source File or Dest File Type has the value
networkFile or iosFile.
Dest File Type
The Destination File Type, which is the type of file
to copy to. Either the Source File Type or the Dest
File Type (or both) must be of type running Config
or startupConfig. Also, the Source File Type must
be different from the Dest File Type. If the Dest
File Type has the value of network File, the Server
Address and File Name must also be created, and
these three objects together (Dest File Type,
User Name
Remote user name for copy via rcp protocol. This
object must be created when the Protocol is rcp or
ftp. If the protocol is rcp, it will override the
remote user name configured through the rcmd
remote-username configuration command. The
remote user name is sent as the server user-name
in an rcp command request sent by the system to
a remote rcp server.
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Configuration View
Device Configuration View
User Password
Password used by ftp for copying a file to/from an
ftp server. This object must be created when the
Protocol is ftp. Reading it returns a zero-length
string for security reasons.
Notification On Completion
Specifies whether or not a Notification on
Completion should be issued on completion of the
tftp transfer. If such a notification is desired, it is
the responsibility of the management entity to
ensure that the SNMP administrative model is
configured in such a way as to allow the
notification to be delivered.
State
The state of this config-copy request. This value of
this object is instantiated only after the row has
been instantiated, i.e., after the Row Status has
been made active.
is instantiated only after the row has been
instantiated. Its value will remain 0 until the
request has completed.
Fail Reason
The reason why the config-copy operation failed.
This object is instantiated only when the Copy
State for this entry is in the failed state.
Row Status
The status of this table entry. Once the entry
status is set to active, the associated entry cannot
be modified until the request completes (Copy
State transitions to successful or failed state).
Add an Entry
This button opens the Add a Cisco Copy Config
Entry view which allows you to add an entry to
the Cisco Copy Config Table.
Time Started
The time the Copy State last transitioned to
running, or 0 if the state has never transitioned to
running (for e.g., stuck in waiting state). This
object is instantiated only after the row has been
instantiated.
Time Completed
The time the Copy State last transitioned from
running to successful or failed states. This object
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Model Information View
This section provides a brief description of the Model Information views available for models of Cisco MC3810
devices in SPECTRUM.
Figure 8:
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Cisco_MC3810 Device icon, select Model Information.
Model Information views provide descriptive and
configuration information about SPECTRUM
models of individual devices, interfaces, and
applications. Figure 8 shows an example of the
Model Information view for a Cisco MC3810
interface. Model Information views are also
available for each of the Interface icons in the
Interface Device and Interface Device Topology
views, and for each of the Application icons in the
Application view. Although these views may vary
slightly depending on the particular entity being
modeled, their basic layout and content are
similar for most SPECTRUM management
modules. Therefore these views are described in
more detail in the SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
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Model Name
Contact
Description
Location
Primary Address
Network Address
Hardware Type
Primary Application
General Information
System Up Time
Manufacturer
Device Type
Serial Number
Communication Information
MM Name
DCM TimeOut
MM Part Number
DCM Retry
MM Version Number
Community Name
Model Type
Mgmnt Protocol
Model Creation Time
Model Created By
Poll/Log Information
Model State
Poll Interval
Security String
Polling Status
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Index
A
Add an Entry button 64
Administrative Status 15
Age 30, 31
AppleTalk Routing Application
Views 24
Applications Supported
Common Applications 9
Generic Routing Applications 9
Optional Applications 9
Area Table 30
ARP Interface Index 29
ARP Network Address 29
ARP Physical Address 29
ARP Table 29
ATM Client Application 66
ATM Link Modeling Options 67
VCL Table 66
ATM Link Modeling Options 67
ATPORT Table 28
Available 59
B
B-casts Forwarded 41
BGP Peer Table 33
Device Management
BGP4 Application 33
Big Buffers button 95
Binary Synchronous
Communication 42
Bridging
Application Views 77
Broadcasts 41
BSC 42
BSTUN
Groups View 42
Ports View 43
Routes View 43
Buffer Elements 93
Buffer Management button 90, 93
Bytes 32, 33
C
Change Reason 18
Chassis
ID/Serial No. 48
Information 47
Type 47
Chassis Application 47
Chassis Card View 47
Chassis General Information
View 47
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RAM Information 48
ROM Information 48
Checkpoint
Accounting
Button 33
Table 33
View Information 33
Cisco
Chassis
Application Views 47
Card View 47
General Information View 47
Flash
Application Views 58
IP Accounting Table 32
Terminal Server
Line View 74
Session View 77
Cisco Buffer Management View 92
Cisco Chassis Card View 47
Cisco Chassis General Information
View 47
Cisco Interface Application 73
Cisco STUN Application 44
CiscoChasApp 47
CiscoFddiApp 70
CiscoFlashApp 58
CiscoPingApp 62
Cisco MC3810
Index
CiscoTSApp 74
CiscoXNSApp 41
Config Register 48
Configuration View 89
Configure a Port 9
Configure the Device 9
Cost 30, 31
Create Messages 9
Creating LANs 9
CsEvFormat 11
D
DECnet
Address 30
Circuit 31
Packets 30
Protocol 30, 31
Routing
Hello View 31
Level 1 View 31
Level 2 View 31
Description 47
Destination 32, 33
Disconnect Reasons 52
Discover LANs 92
Discover/Reconfigure Control
button 90
Discovery Application
Cache Table View 70
Device Management
Index
Interface Discovery Status
Table 71
E
ECEditor 11
Echo
Count 40
In 39
Out 39
Echo View 29
Enable or Disable a Port 9
Enable/Disable Redundant
Addresses 9
Encapsulation
Type 40
END Net.Node 24
End Net.Node 28
EnvMon Application 68
Power Supply Status 68
Temperature Status 69
Voltage Status 69
Ethernet Address 16, 17
event messages 11
F
Facilities Data Link Codes 73
FCS Errors 27
Flash
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Memory 58
Size 58
Flash Application 58
Flash Configuration View 58
Flash Copy Operations Table
View 60
Flash Device Chip Properties Table
View 59
Flash Device Partition Properties
Table View 61
Flash Device Properties Table
View 60
Flash File Properties Table View 61
Flash Miscellaneous Operations
Table View 61
Flash Partitioning Operations Table
View 62
Flow Control 75
Format Error 40
Forward 40
Forwarded 40, 41
H
Hardware
Revision Level 47
Ver. 47
Hello
Statistics 31
Hops 30, 31
Host 30
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Index
Table 30
Huge Buffers button 96
I
ICP
In 39
Out 39
Idle Time out 76
IF Address Translation button 90
In Packets 27
Interface 30, 31
Address Translation Table 16
Cost
Table 31
Detail view 16
Interface Address Translation Table
View 92
Interface Configuration 16
Interface Configuration Table 90
Interface Ethernet Application 73
Interface Icon Subviews Menu 16
Interface Index 27
Interface Status 16
IP
Accounting Table 32
IP Address Label 16
IPC
Count 41
Error Count 41
Device Management
Index
K
M
Kinetics Internet Protocol
information 25
Kip
Broadcast Add 25
Core 25
Hop Count 25
Net Start 25
Next Hop 25
Share 25
State 25
Type 25
Kip Net End 25
KIP Table 25
MAC
Address 17
In 39
Out 39
MAC Address 16
managing the Buffers 9
Medium Buffers button 94
Metric Out 39
Model Information 16
Model Information View 101
Modem Control 76
Modem Line Configuration Table
View 54
Modem Line Speed Statistics Table
View 57
Modem Line Statistics Table
View 56
Modem Line Status Table View 50
Modem States 50
Monitor Performance 10
L
Large Buffers button 95
Last
Change 17
Launching CiscoView 9
Length Errors 27
Line Statuses 71
LLAP Table 27
Local Destination 40
LocalTalk Link Access Protocol
(LLAP) information 27
Location 76
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N
Name Binding
Index 26
Object 26
State 26
Type 26
Zone 26
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Index
Name Binding Protocol Table 26
Network
Traffic
Flow 32
Network Type Label 16
Network/Host Config button 90
Network/Host Configuration
View 96
Next Hop 30, 31
No Charge 40
No Data Errors 27
No Handler 27
Non-volatile RAM
Size (bytes) 48
Used (bytes) 48
Not
Forward 40
LAN 40
Novell
Accounting Table 38
Check Point Accounting Table 37
Check Point Information 37
IPX Accounting Information 37
Routing
Application Views 46
Service Advertisement Protocol
View 36
Novell Internet Packet Exchange
View 37
Novell Routing Application 36
Number
of Chassis Slots 48
Device Management
Index
O
Operational Status 15, 17
Optional Applications 46
Out Packets 27
Power Supply Status 68
Preferred Addresses 91
Priority 30, 31
Proxy Count 41
Purpose 6
P
Q
Packet Size 17
Packets 32, 33
Path Attribute Table 35
Performance Filter 16
Performance View 86, 87
Physical Address 17
Physical Address Label 16
Ping Application 62
Ping Request Table View 62
Port
Description 28
Disable 17
Enable 17
If Index 28
Index 28
Net Address 28
Net Config 28
Status 28
Type 28
Zone 28
Zone Config 28
Port Performance View 87
Port Route Settings 10
Queue
Queue
Queue
Queue
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Application 64
Interface View 64
Rotation Interface View 65
Statistics View 65
R
RAM Information 48
Random CTS Errors 27
Received 40
Reconfigure Model 92
Redundancy and Model
Reconfiguration Options 91
Replies
Rec 41
Sent 41
Request
Out 41
Rec 41
Required Reading 6
RFC1317 Async Application 74
RS232 Asychronous Port Table 74
Cisco MC3810
Index
RFC1317AsyncApp 74
ROM
Information 48
Monitor Version 48
Software Version 48
Routing
Statistics 31
Routing Protocol Comparison
View 23, 24
RS232 Asynchronous Port Table 74
Index
Status 75
STUN
Groups View 44
Ports View 45
Routes View 45
Supported Devices 7
System
CPU RAM (bytes) 48
T
S
Secondary Address Panel 16
Serial Number 47
Session
Table 77
View 77
Set Connections 10
Set Environment Variables 10
Set Thresholds 10
Signal Modes 72
Slot 47
Software
Version 47
Source 32, 33
SPECTRUM Model 7
Speed
In 75
Out 75
Start Net.Node 28
Device Management
Task
Configure a Port 10
Configure the Device 10
Create Messages 10
Creating LANs 9
Enable or Disable a Port 9
Enable or Disable Redundant
Addresses 9
Identify Applications
Supported 14
Launch CiscoView 9
Manage the Buffers 9
Monitor Performance 9
Port Route Settings 14
Set Connections 14
Set Environment Variables 14
Set Thresholds 10
Update the Ping Request List 14
View Current Interface/Port
Status 10
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View IF/Port/App Statistics 10
View/Change Interface IP
Address 10
Temperature Status 69
Term Type 76
Terminal Server
Line View 75
Session View 77
Terminal Server Application 74
Line Configuration View 74
Terminal Server Line View 75
Terminal Server Session View 77
Thresholds 16
Total Collision 27
Total Defer 27
Total In Errors 27
Transmit Clock Sources 72
Transmitted 40
TS Session Table 77
Type 47, 75
U
Unicasts 41
Update Ping Request List 10
V
VCL Table 66
Cisco MC3810
Index
View Current Interface/Port
Status 10
View IF/Port/App Statistics 10
View/Change Interface IP
Address 10
Vines
Broadcast
Detail View 39
Packets 40
Statistics 39, 40
Echo
Packets 39
Statistics 38, 39
ICP 39
Metric Notification 39
Packets 39
Statistics 39
Interprocess Communications
Protocol 39
Routing
Echo View 38
ICP View 39
Rx View 40
Tx View 41
Vines Routing Application 38
Voltage Status 69
Index
Reply 41
Echo Statistics 41
Routing
Application Views 41
Z
ZIP Table 26
Zone
Index 26
Name 26
Net End 26
Net Start 26
State 26
X
XNS
Echo
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