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SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
Device Management
SmartSwitch ™ 9000/9500 Series
Management Module Guide
SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
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Contents
SMARTSWITCH 9000/9500 SERIES
Overview .........................................................................7
Module Descriptions ....................................................9
ATM Access Modules ..............................................9
Ethernet MicroLAN Switch Modules ........................9
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB Modules.......................10
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2 Modules....................10
Fast Ethernet INB Modules....................................11
FDDI SmartSwitch Modules...................................11
FDDI Switch Module ..............................................12
FDDI MicroLAN Modules .......................................12
FDDI Repeater Modules ........................................12
Gigabit Ethernet SmartSwitch Modules .................12
TR MicroLAN Switch Modules ...............................13
Token Ring SmartSwitch Module...........................13
SmartCell Switches................................................14
Carrier Module .......................................................14
Environmental Module Information............................23
Backplane Status ......................................................25
Chassis Device View .................................................26
Backplane Device View .............................................27
Environmental Device View.......................................28
Chassis Environmental Information .......................28
Physical Device View ................................................30
Interface Device View................................................31
Device Topology View ..................................................32
Model Information View ................................................33
Performance View.........................................................33
SPECTRUM View Access ............................................34
MANAGEMENT TASKS
Monitor Interface or Port Operation .......................35
Upgrade Firmware for the Device ..........................35
Enable (ON) or Disable (OFF) a Port.....................35
Setting Repeater Traps and Alarms.......................35
Setting Ring Alarms and Thresholds .....................35
Setting Token Ring Security ..................................35
Modeling a SmartSwitch 9000 ...............................35
SPECTRUM MODEL TYPES
VIEWS FOR THE DEVICE ICON
Application View............................................................19
Configuration Views ......................................................20
Container View..............................................................20
Module View .................................................................21
Device Views ................................................................22
ICONS
Chassis Module Icon.....................................................36
Module Identification Labels......................................36
Interface Labels .........................................................36
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Chassis Module Icon Subviews Menu Selections .....41
Application Label Icon Subviews Menu Selections ...42
Interface Label Icon Subviews Menu Selections .......42
Repeater Labels.....................................................42
FDDI Ring Label ....................................................43
FDDI Ring Label Icon Subviews Menu Selections ....43
FDDI Port Labels ...................................................43
FDDI Port Label Icon Subviews Menu Selections .....44
Token Ring Label...................................................44
Token Ring Label Icon Subviews Menu Selections...45
Ring Speed Label ..................................................45
Token Ring Port Labels .........................................45
RingIn/Ring Out and Ring Status Labels ...............46
Token Ring Port Icon Subviews Menu Selections.....46
Backplane Module Icon.................................................46
Module Identification Labels ..................................47
SMB 1 and SMB 10 Icons......................................47
FNB 1 and FNB 2 Icons .........................................49
INB 1 and INB 2 Icons ...........................................49
Interface Icon ................................................................50
Interface Icon Subviews Menu Selections.................52
Application Icon.............................................................53
ICON SUBVIEWS
Device Configuration View ........................................... 56
Interface Configuration Table ................................... 56
Station Configuration................................................ 58
SMT Information ....................................................... 59
FDDI Port Configuration View...................................... 62
Port Management ..................................................... 62
Repeater Configuration View .......................................
Repeater Management.............................................
Source Address Management..................................
Trap Configuration....................................................
Alarm Configuration..................................................
Error Source .............................................................
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Fddi Station List View .................................................. 68
FDDI Stats View........................................................... 69
ATM Client Application Configuration View ................. 70
Configuration Table .................................................. 70
ATM Interface Detail View ........................................... 72
Token Ring Configuration View ................................... 73
Port Configuration .................................................... 74
Host Configuration.................................................... 74
TR Ring Configuration View......................................... 76
Ring Configuration.................................................... 76
Ring Alarm/Threshold/State ..................................... 77
Port Configuration - CSIIf Port View ............................ 57
Token Ring Security Configuration View ..................... 78
Allowed Station Address Table ................................ 79
FddiMAC Device Configuration View ........................... 58
Token Ring Station Table View.................................... 80
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Token Ring Station Isolating Errors View .................... 82
Interface Statistics Table View................................... 111
Token Ring Station Non-Isolating Errors View............. 85
Connection Configuration Table View........................ 112
Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds View ................ 87
Connection Statistics Table ....................................... 114
Token Ring Station Detail View ................................... 90
Pie Charts................................................................. 91
Queue Configuration Table View ............................... 116
Station Alarms Dialog Box ........................................... 92
Modifying Threshold Settings ....................................94
Reading Thresholds from a Station ...........................94
Queue Statistics Table View ...................................... 117
CTM Interface Configuration Table View ................... 118
CTM Interface Statistics Table View .......................... 119
Modify Allowed Station List View ................................. 95
Security Administration State ................................... 95
Changing the Ring Security State .............................98
Adding Stations .........................................................98
CTM Queue Configuration Table View ...................... 120
SFCS System Configuration View ............................... 99
BW Manager Port Information Table View................. 123
SFCS System Status View ........................................ 101
BW Manager Port Pool Limits Table View ................. 124
SFCS System System Configuration View ................ 102
BW Manager Port Pool Statistics Table View ............ 126
SFCS Module Configuration Table View ................... 103
BW Manager Port Pool Trap Management Table View 127
SFCS Module StatusTable View................................ 105
Module UPC Table View ............................................ 106
CTM Queue Statistics Table View ............................. 121
BW Manager NIM Information Table View................. 122
MODELING CONSIDERATIONS
Example of a Modeled Network Topology View .........128
Statistics Engine Table View...................................... 107
ANIM Configuration Table View ................................. 108
ANIM Status Table View ............................................ 109
Interface Configuration Table View............................ 110
MANUAL MODELING
Summary.....................................................................129
Preparation and Topology View Definitions ................129
Modeling the Chassis..................................................130
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Placing the Chassis Location Icon in the Location View
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Modeling the Modules in the Chassis......................133
Quick Steps .............................................................133
Modeling the Flexible Network Bus (FNB) ..................134
Modeling the Modules Connected to the INB .............134
Modeling the Modules Connected to the FNB ............134
Building the FNB Ring in the FDDI LAN Topology View136
INDEX
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SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
This section describes the Chassis and Modules that makeup the SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series.
Overview
Figure 1:
The SmartSwitch 9000/9500 (Figure 1) consists
of a chassis that can support up to 14 modules,
an Evironmental module, a Flexible Network Bus,
a high speed Internal Network Bus, and over 30
different types of modules. The Smartswitch 9500
is the same as the 9000 with the exception that it
requires a CTM upgrade kit in order to make use
of the 9A656-04 module. Depending on the
modules installed, the SmartSwitch 9000 will
support the following technologies:
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SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
The SmartSwitch 9000 utilizes a packet- and cellswitching backplane to transfer information
throughout your network. Figure 2 shows a
representation of the relationship between the
front panel interfaces and the backplane for each
module installed in the SmartSwitch 9000
chassis.
Figure 2:
Front Panel/Backplane
Relationship
Backplane
Front Panel
INB
The components that make up the backplane are:
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• The Flexible Network Bus (FNB) consisting of
two dual FDDI networks; the FNB1 and the
FNB2
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• The Internal Network Bus (INB) which is
divided into two channels; INB1 and INB2
FNB2
Connection Between FNB1 and the Front Panel
Note:
Note:
Througout this manual the
Smartswitch 9000/9500 Series will
be referred to as the SmartSwitch
9000.
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Module Descriptions
Ethernet MicroLAN Switch Modules
The following modules are available for the
SmartSwitch 9000 Series:
The Ethernet MicroLAN Switch Module is a four
channel Ethernet to FDDI bridge. Up to three
front panel Ethernet networks can be connected
to this module. These networks can be bridged to
any other Ethernet or FDDI segment, and to any
other MMAC-Plus card via the FNB bus. The
Ethernet MicroLAN device is equipped with an
advanced Intel i960 microprocessor. This
microprocessor provides a platform for all
management functions within a scalable RISCbased architecture. Three 50-pin front panel
ports provide 12 individual Ethernet connections
each. All ports function as repeaters for incoming
data which retime and retransmit all packets.
Bridging between the front panel channels and/or
to any other module in the chassis is done via
FDDI ring 1 or FDDI ring 2 of the FNB bus. The
following devices are the Ethernet MicroLAN
Modules supported:
ATM Access Modules
An ATM Access module is a device that is capable
of providing connectivity between FDDI or ATM
networks and the INB and the FNB or both. The
ATM Access Module 9A128_01 connects an
external ATM network to one of the two FDDI
networks on the Flexible Network Bus (FNB)
backplane. The ATM Access Module 9A426_02
connects two external ATM networks to either the
Internal Network Bus (INB) backplane, the FNB
backplane or both. The ATM Access Module
9A426_01 connects one external ATM network to
either the INB backplane or the FNB backplane.
• 9E132_15 MicroLAN Switch Extension
Module
• 9E133_36 36-port Ethernet MicroLAN
• 9E138_12 12-port Ethernet MicroLAN (fiber
optic)
• 9E138_36 36-port Ethernet MicroLAN (fiber
optic)
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Ethernet SmartSwitch INB Modules
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2 Modules
The Ethernet SmartSwitch INB Modules are 24port and 36-port Ethernet switching modules that
provide 24 or 36 Ethernet networks with
connectivity to the SmartSwitch 9000 Internal
Network Bus (INB 2). They feature 24 or 36
10Base-T front panel ports supported by RJ-71
style connectors. The following devices are the
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB Modules supported:
The Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2 Modules are 12port and 36-port Ethernet switching modules that
provide 12 or 36 Ethernet networks with
connectivity to the SmartSwitch 9000 Internal
Network Bus (INB 2). They feature 12 or 36
10Base-T front panel ports supported by ST
connectors. The following devices are the
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB Modules supported:
• 9E423_24 (Ethernet SmartSwitch INB
Module)
• 9E428_12 (Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2
Module)
• 9E423_36 (Ethernet SmartSwitch INB
Module)
• 9E428_36 (Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2
Module)
• 9E429_12 (Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2
Module)
• 9E429_36 (Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2
Module)
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Fast Ethernet INB Modules
• The 9H423_28 is a single module offering
connectivity for 24 switched Ethernet
segments and up to four switched Fast
Ethernet connections. It supports media
flexibility for both Fiber Optic Fast Ethernet
backbone and Twisted Pair
server/workstation connections.
Fast Ethernet INB (Internal Network Bus)
Modules for are Fast Ethernet switching modules
providing Ethernet networks with connectivity to
the SmartSwitch 9000’s Internal Network Bus
(INB2).
These modules occupy a single slot in the chassis.
You may model the Fast Ethernet INB Module at
the Topology level, or as part of a LAN. One device
may be attached to each of the Fast Ethernet INB
Module’s interfaces.
• The 9H421_12 module has 12 fixed MMF
(Multimode Fiber) SC front panel connections
with connection to the INB2 backplane.
• The 9H422-12 module provides 11 fixed RJ45 connections for category 5 twisted pair,
and one media-flexible interface to accept
either an additional RJ-45 or a Multimode
fiber or single-mode fiber SC interface via the
Fast Ethernet Port Interface Module
• The 9H423_26 is a Fast Ethernet module with
INB-2 connectivity. It Consists of 24 ports via
2 RJ21 Connectors, and 2 ports via 2 MMF
SC Connectors.
• The 9H429-12 features 12 fixed single mode
front panel interfaces and provides
connectivity to the INB 2 backplane.
FDDI SmartSwitch Modules
The FDDI SmartSwitch Module (9F426 -02 and
9F426-03) connects two external FDDI networks
to a high speed switching backplane, the Internal
Network Bus (INB). The external FDDI networks
connect to the FDDI SmartSwitch Module using
standard FDDI Dual Attached Station (DAS) A/B
ports.
The FDDI SmartSwitch Modules operate in two
modes: as Bridging or as a SecureFast Switch
(SFS). The FDDI SmartSwitch Modules are able to
accept variable-size LAN packets, translate them
into a generic form for transmission to other front
panel ports, and segment them into fixed length
data blocks for time division multiplexed
transmission over the INB backplane to other
Fast Packet Switched based modules.
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FDDI Switch Module
FDDI Repeater Modules
The FDDI Switch Module (9F116-01) is a two-port
FDDI bridge used to connect an external FDDI
network with one of the two FDDI networks,
Flexible Network Bus (FNB) 1 or FNB 2; or to
connect between FNB 1 and FNB 2 on the FNB
backplane. The external FDDI network connects
to the FDDI Switch Module using a Dual Attached
Station (DAS) interface via standard FDDI
Medium Interface Connectors (MIC) on the front
panel.
The FDDI Repeater Module (9F106-02 and
9F206-02) is an enhanced FDDI repeater module
providing access to the Flexible Network Bus
(FNB) backplane. The front-panel connections are
provided via two sets of FDDI A/B ports, allowing
the FNB to transverse multiple SmartSwitch 9000
hubs, or connect to any ANSI FDDI-compliant
device in an FDDI network.
FDDI MicroLAN Modules
The FDDI MicroLAN Modules are a family of
concentrators providing eight or twelve master
ports for connections to a Single or Dual Attached
Station. Modules attach directly to the
SmartSwitch 9000 Flexible Network Bus (FNB).
The 9F120_08 is an eight-port FDDI dual channel
concentrator via MMF MIC with dual FNB
attachments. The 9F122_12 is a twelve-port FDDI
dual channel concentrator via UTP RJ-45 with
dual FNB attachments. The 9F125_08 is an eightport FDDI dual channel concentrator via SMF
MIC with dual FNB attachments. The 9F241_12 is
a twelve-port FDDI dual channel concentrator via
MMF SC with FDDI bandwith statistics and dual
FNB attachments with dual MAC.
Gigabit Ethernet SmartSwitch
Modules
The Gigabit Ethernet SmartSwitch Modules
(9G426-02, 9G421-02, and 9G429-02) are single
slot devices that connect to the INB backplane to
integrate connectivity to ATM, FDDI, and Fast
Ethernet. They feature traditional switching
services as well as Cabletron’s SecureFast Virtual
Networking, embedded Virtual Routing, optional
RMON support, and Broadcast Storm Protection
on every port. The devices provide two front panel
slots that can accommodate full duplex SC
connectors offering MMF and SMF connection
options. The 9G421-02 and 9G429-02 devices
support the IEEE draft 802.3 specification for
Gigabit Ethernet.
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TR MicroLAN Switch Modules
Token Ring SmartSwitch Module
The 9T122-08 and 9T122-24 TR MicroLAN Switch
Modules provide connectivity to two Token Ring
networks through the Fiber Distributed Data
Interface (FDDI) backplane in the chassis. The TR
MicroLAN Switch Module’s single 24-port Token
Ring, or two 12-port Token Rings use standard
RJ-45 connectors supporting either Unshielded
Twisted Pair (UTP) or Shielded Twisted Pair (STP)
lobe wiring. The rings interconnect across the
chassis’s Flexible Network Bus (FNB), a dual 100
Mbps FDDI backplane, and can be configured for
FNB-1 or FNB-2.
Designed specifically for collapsed Token Ring
backbones, the 9T425-16 Token Ring
SmartSwitch occupies two slots in the chassis. It
is equipped with 16 copper RJ-45 dedicated
Token Ring (DTR) lobe/station ports, also known
as concentrator or C-ports. The module is
considered a “hard card,” with all switching
functions performed by the Fast Packet Switch
(FPS Application Specific Integrated Circuits
ASICs). The Token Ring SmartSwitch Module
attaches to the Internal Network Bus (INB) 2
backplane and has System Management Bus -1
(SMB-1) and SMB-10 connections for system
management.
The 9T125-08 and 9T125-24 TR MicroLAN Switch
Modules provide connectivity to two Token Ring
networks. The rings interconnect across the
chassis’s Flexible Network Bus (FNB), a dual 100
Mbps FDDI backplane, and can be configured for
FNB-1 or FNB-2.
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SmartCell Switches
Carrier Module
The 9A656-04 SmartCell switch module is a
single-slot, hot-swappable modules for the
SmartSwitch 9000. Each module provides 4.5
Gbps of ATM Switching fabric with 64K cell
output buffers that provide priority queuing and
the ability to communicate with other
SmartSwitch 9A656-04 modules via a unique Cell
Transfer Matrix (CTM) backplane.
The 9M426-02 Carrier Module for the
SmartSwitch 9000 combines voice, video, and
data. Such diverse technologies as Frame Relay
and Gigabit Ethernet are integrated into the same
switching chassis, exemplifying the ideals of an
advanced backbone switching system.
A CTM upgrade kit is required for
use with the 9A656-04 modules.
Note:
Note:
Each switch module holds up to four ATM
Network Interface Modules (ANIMs). There are
several different ANIMs available for these
modules that provide interfaces ranging from 45
Mbps up to 622 Mbps. ANIM options include DS3/E-3 over coaxial cable, OC-3 over unshielded
twisted pair, multi and single mode fiber, OC-12
over multi and single mode fiber, and OC-48 over
single mode fiber.This interface flexibility permits
scaling to even higher speeds in the future. All
physical interfaces--DS3, OC-3, and OC-12 and
higher--support UNI and PNNI as well as all
relevant ATM standards.
Occupying two slots in the SmartSwitch 9000
chassis and equipped with two modular
interfaces, each capable of supporting a wide
variety of flexible LAN, WAN or ATM options, and
is specifically designed for high-speed, featurerich translational switching in the data center.
Using the HSIM architecture, select LAN/WAN
technologies can now be fully integrated within
the SmartSwitch 9000.
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SPECTRUM Model Types
This sections desctribes the Model Types used by SPECTRUM to manage and monitor the device.
Table 1 lists the Model Types representing the
SmartSwitch 9000 Series devices and dysplays
the Device icons used to represent each.
Table 1:
Device
SPECTRUM Model Types
Model Type
9E132-15 MicroLAN Switch Extension
Module
9E132-15
9E133-36 MicroLAN Switch Module - TP
9E133-36
9E138-12/36 MicroLAN Switch Module Fiber
9E138-12/36
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Device
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
SPECTRUM Model Types (Continued)
Model Type
9E423-36 Ethernet SmartSwitch Module
9E423-36
9E428-12/30 Ethernet SmartSwitch
Module
9E428-12/30
9E429-12/36 Ethernet SmartSwitch
Module
9E428-12/36
9H423-28 SmartSwitch 10/100 Module
9H423-28
9H421-12 Fast Ethernet SmartSwitch
Module
9H421-12
9H422-12 Fast Ethernet SmartSwitch
Module
9H422-12
9H429-12 Fast Ethernet SmartSwitch
Module
9H429-12
9H423-26 SmartSwitch 10/100 Module
9H423-26
9G421-02 Gigabit Ethernet SmartSwitch
Module
9G421-02
9M426-02 Carrier Module
9M426-02
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Model Name
9E423_24
Model Name
9E423_24
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SPECTRUM Model Types (Continued)
Device
Model Type
9T122-08 MicroLAN Switch Extension
Module
9T122-08
9T122-24 MicroLAN Switch Module
9T122-24
9T125-08 MicroLAN Switch Module
9T125-08
9T125-24 MicroLAN Switch Extension
Module
9T125-24
9T425-16 Token Ring SmartSwitch Module
9T425-16
9F106-02 Repeater Module-External FNB
9F106-02
9F116-01 FDDI Switch Module
9F116-01
9F120-08 MicroLAN Concentrator
9F120-08
9F125-08 MicroLAN Concentrator
9F125-08
9F122-12 MicroLAN Concentrator
9F122-12
9F206-02 Enhanced Repeater Module
9F206-02
9F241-12 Concentrator Module-Dual
Attatched
9F241-12
9F426-02 FDDI SmartSwitch Module
9F426-02
9F426-03 FDDI SmartSwitch Module
9F426-03
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Model Name
9T125-08
Model Name
9F426_02
Model Name
9T125-08
Model Name
9F426_02
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SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
SPECTRUM Model Types (Continued)
Model Type
9A000 Switch Module
9A000
9A128-01 Access Module-FNB
9A128-01
9A426-01 Access Module-FNB and INB
9A426-01
9A426-02 Access Module-FNB and INB
9A426-02
9A656-04 SmartCell Switch
9A656-04
Example Device Icon
Model Name
9A128-01
Model Name
SFSmartCell
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Model Name
9A128-01
Model Name
SFSmartCell
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Views for the Device Icon
This section provides brief descriptions of the views that are accessible from the double-click zones and Icon
Subviews menu for the Device Icon.
Application View
Figure 3:
This view (Figure 3) displays icons that represent
the applications supported by this device. Some of
the applications are common to all or most
devices and are described in the following
Application documentation:
Model Name of type SmartSwitch 9000 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
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Model
Contact
An example of an application icon and a list of
those applications supported by this device are
described under Application Icon (page 53).
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Description
Location
• MIB-II Applications
• Bridging Applications
• Miscellaneous Applications
Example Application View
Device Type
Prime-App
Serial Number
Model Name
9A656-04
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Configuration Views
Container View
These views (Figure 4) display configuration and
operating information specific to this device. They
are accessible from the Device icon in the case of
the Device Configuration view, or from other icons
used to represent the device, its ports or
interfaces, and applications. These views and
their location within SPECTRUM are described
under Icon Subviews (page 55).
This view is accessible from the Chassis icon only.
It displays Location view icons for each module
installed in the SmartSwitch 9000 chassis. The
views available from the Location view icons are
described in this section. An example of a
Container view is shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5:
Example Container View
Model Name of type SmartSwitch 9000 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
Figure 4:
Example Configuration View
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*FileView
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Model Name
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Device Configuration View
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Model
Contact
Description
Location
Prime-App
Device Name
Contact Status
SFSmartCell
Sys Up Time
Manufacturer
Device Type
Serial Number
No. Interfaces
Contact Status
Router
Interface Configuration Table
Index
Help?
Description
Type
Bandwidth
Address
Length
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9A128-01
9F426_02
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Module View
Figure 6:
This view (Figure 6) is accessible from the Chassis
icon only. It displays Location view icons for each
module installed in the chassis. Rows list the slot,
model type, network address, and community
string.
• To display the Location view icon for a specific
model listed in the Module view, double-click
on that row.
• To search the list in the Module view for a
specific Module Type, select Filter... or
Search from the Tools menu.
• To determine the number of modules installed
in the chassis, select Statistics from the
Tools menu.
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Example Module View
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*FileView
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Network Address
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Device Views
These views display icons and labels that
represent the device, its ports or interfaces, and
applications. They are described under
SPECTRUM Views within the Device
Management documentation. This device
supports five types of Device views:
•
•
•
•
•
Chassis
Backplane
Environmental
Physical
Interface
The Chassis, Backplane, and Environmental
Device views also display the following
information:
• Environmental Module Information
• Backplane Status
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Environmental Module
Information
The COM 1, COM 2, and the EPIM fields provide
additional information for the connections on the
Environmental Module. The LCD field provides
information on the module performance. Figure 7
shows the relationship between the Device view
and the corresponding front panel of the
Environmental Module of the SmartSwitch 9000
chassis.
Note:
Note:
The four fields shown in Figure 7 do
not function at this time. A future
version of firmware will include this
functionality.
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Figure 7:
Environmental Module
Chassis Device View
Primary Landscape 0x00400000
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Sys Up Time
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Manufacturer
Description
Device Type
Location
Serial Number
COM 2:
COM 1:
EPIM:
LCD:
Status
FNB 1:
FNB 2:
INB 1:
INB 2:
COM ports 1 and 2 are
RS-232 serial ports
providing out-of-band
management.
MMAC PLUS
The EPIM port
The LCD display
provides a dedicated provides system status,
Ethernet connection. performance and
configuration
EPIM
STATUS
ALARM
CaBLeTROn
SYSTEMS
1
2
3
COM 1
COM 2
ENTER
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Backplane Status
This area of the Device view provides the status of
the chassis backplane. Figure 8 shows the
backplane status information fields as displayed
in the Device view.
Note:
Note:
The fields described below do not
function at this time. A future
version of firmware will include this
functionality.
Figure 8:
Backplane Status
FNB 1/FNB 2
The Flexible Network Bus (FNB) is one of the
components of the chassis backplane. These
fields provide the status of FNB 1 and 2 on the
backplane.
INB 1/ INB 2
The Internal Network Bus (INB) is one of the
components of the chassis backplane. These
fields provide the status of INB 1 and 2 on the
backplane.
SMB 1/SMB 10
The System Management Bus (SMB) is one of the
components of the chassis backplane. These
fields provide the status of SMB 1 and 10 on the
backplane.
Status
FNB 1:
FNB 2:
INB 1:
INB 2:
SMB 1:
SMB 10:
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Chassis Device View
This view (Figure 9) displays the Module Icon that
represents the Physical Devices and their
placement in the chassis. These icons are
described under the Chassis Module Icon (page
36).
Figure 9:
Example Chassis Device View
Model Name of type 9E133-36 of
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Manufacturer
Description
Device Type
Location
COM 1:
Sys Up Time
Prime-App
COM 2:
EPIM:
Serial Number
LCD:
Status
FNB 1:
FNB 2:
8
INB 1:
INB 2:
9E133-36
Model Name
SMB 1:
SMB 10:
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Chassis Logical Module
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Backplane Device View
Figure 10:
This view (Figure 10) shows a logical
representation of the backplane connections
(FNB, INB and SMB) for each of the modules
installed in the chassis. To access this view, select
View > Page > Backplane from one of the
following Device views: Chassis, Environmental,
or Physical.The icons, their double-click zones,
and Icon Subviews menu selections are described
under Backplane Module Icon (page 46).
Example Backplane Device View
Model Name of type 9E133-36 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
*FileView Options
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Model
Contact
Sys Up Time
Manufacturer
Description
Device Type
Location
COM 1:
Prime-App
COM 2:
EPIM:
Serial Number
LCD:
INB 1:
INB 2:
9E133-36
Model Name
SMB 1:
SMB 10:
SMB 1
ON
SMB 10
Environmental Module
ON
FNB 1
A –––
B –––
FNB 2
A
B
Backplane Status
–––
–––
INB 1
–––
INB 2
ON
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Status
FNB 1:
FNB 2:
8
Backplane Logical Module
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Environmental Device View
This view displays the temperature in Fahrenheit
or Celsius (selectable from the Options menu) and
power levels for the devices installed in the
chassis. Figure 11 shows an example of an
Environmental Device view. To access the
Environmental view, select View > Page >
Environmental from one of the following Device
views: Chassis, Backplane, or Physical.
Chassis Environmental Information
This area of the Device view also indicates the
environmental status of the chassis. These panels
and their fields are as follows:
Fan Status/Speed
• F1 through F4 - display the fan speed in
percent of maximum speed for each of the
four fans in the chassis.
- Green - normal, or testing
- Yellow - unknown
- Red - slow, inoperative, or off
• Auto/Full - allows you to set the fans to
“Auto” (speed controlled by the temperature of
the chassis) or “Full” (speed set to maximum).
Power Subsystem
• Total - displays the maximum power that
could be supplied by the chassis power
supply.
Climate
• Temp - displays the ambient temperature of
the room in which the chassis is located.
- Green - normal, cool, or cold
- Yellow - warm
- Red - hot
- Blue - unknown
• Used - displays the total power currently
being supplied by the chassis power supply.
• Avail - displays the available power from the
chassis power supply.
• Humidity - displays the humidity value of the
air flowing through the chassis.
- Green - dry, normal, or moist
- Blue - unknown
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• Status - displays the status and type of power
for the chassis: AC, DC or Battery.
- Green - power normal
- Yellow - over current, over voltage, or
under voltage
• Redundancy - displays the source of the
power for the chassis.
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-
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Redundant - indicates that power from the
secondary power source is being used for
the chassis.
NON-Redundant - indicates that power
from the primary power source is being
used for the chassis.
• Main Pwr Bus - displays the voltage of the
chassis’ main power bus. The value can range
between 40 and 60 volts DC.
- Green - power normal
- Yellow - over current, over voltage, or
under voltage
• Diag Pwr Bus - field does not function at this
time. A future version of firmware will include
this functionality.
• INB Term - displays the voltage of the
termination power bus. The termination
power bus provides power to the INB
termination cards within the chassis.
- Green - power normal
- Yellow - over current, over voltage, under
voltage, or over power.
UPS/Battery
• Status - field does not function at this time. A
future version of firmware will include this
functionality.
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• Run Time - field does not function at this
time. A future version of firmware will include
this functionality.
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Figure 11:
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Example Environmental Device
View
Physical Device View
This view (Figure 12) provides a static image of
the chassis, ports, and modules installed in the
chassis.
Figure 12:
Model Name of type 9E133-36 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
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Sys Up Time
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Prime-App
Description
Location
Model Name of type 9E133-36 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
Manufacturer
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Device Type
Serial Number
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Net Addr
Model Name
Sys Up Time
Contact
COM 1:
COM 2:
EPIM:
LCD:
Climate
Manufacturer
Description
Temp:
Humidity:
Device Type
Location
8
Prime-App
Serial Number
9E133-36
Fan Status/Speed
Model Name
Power %
84 %
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F1:
F3:
F2:
F4:
Auto
Full
MMACPLUS
Power Subsystem
CaBLETROn
SYSTEMS
Total:
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Avail:
1
Status:
Environmental Status
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Interface Device View
Figure 13:
This view displays Icons (Figure 13) that
represent the interfaces of the modules installed
in the chassis. This view also displays the device
icon and Interface Options Panel described in
SPECTRUM Views. The icons, their double-click
zones, and Icon Subviews menu selections are
described under Interface Icon (page 50).
Example Interface Device View
Primary Landscape 0x00400000 - VNM Host - SmartSwitch 9000 of type
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0
e3 ON
ETHERNET
0:0:1D:17:2F:3F
0
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Interface Options Panel
Interface Icons
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Device Topology View
Figure 14:
This view (Figure 14) displays icons that
represent the device, its ports or interfaces, and
the devices and LAN networks that contain those
devices connected to its ports. It is described in
SPECTRUM Views. The Interface icons displayed
in this view are the same as those in the Interface
Device view. These icons are described under
Icons (page 36).
Example Device Topology View
Primary Landscape 0x00400000 - VNM Host - 9E133_08 of type 9E133_08
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Router #1
Model Type
SNMP
Model Type
Model Type
Model Type
1
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FWD
2
FWD
3
FWD
4
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ETHERNET
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
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0
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SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
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Model Information View
Performance View
This view (Figure 15) displays information about
this device and allows you to set thresholds and
alarm severity. The Model Information view may
vary depending on the model it defines. For a
general description of a Model Information view
refer to SPECTRUM Views within the Device
Management documentation.
This view (Figure 16) displays statistical
information about the device, its ports or
interfaces, and applications. The Performance
view will display different statitistical information
depending on the Device type, technology, or
interface type. It is described in SPECTRUM
Views within the Device Management
documentation.
Figure 15:
Example Model Information View
Figure 16:
Example Performance View
Model Name of type 9E133_08 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
Model Name of type 9E133_08 of Landscape VNMHost: Primary
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Description
Contact
Manufacturer
Location
Description
Device Type
Location
Net Addr
Prime-App
Net Addr
Manufacturer
Device Type
Prime-App
Serial Number
Communication Information
100.0
MM Name
DCM TimeOut
10.00
MM Part Number
DCM Retry
1.00
MM Version Number
Community Name
0.10
Model Type
Mgmnt Protocol
0.01
Model Creation Time
Model Created By
Model State
Security String
0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0
Poll/Log Information
Poll Intervale
0
0
Serial Number
NOW
Log
General Information
Sys Up Time
Contact
Sys Up Time
Model Name
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Model Name
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Peak Value
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%Transmit
%Error
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Graph Properties
Polling Status
Average
Scroll to Date-Time
Detail
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SPECTRUM View Access
Figure 17:
The views listed above are accessed through
double-click zones on icons and from Icon
Subviews menus for the particular icon displayed.
The double-click zones and Icon Subviews menus
available from an icon and its labels described in
this document are presented as shown in Figure
17. A callout identifying a label is displayed and
listed with the view accessed by the double-click
zone. The Icon Subviews menu is also displayed
and linked to the table that lists the menu
selections available.
3.1
Accessing SPECTRUM Views and
Icon Subviews
ON
FDDI
0:0:1D:17:2F:3C
0
(a)
Link to the
Icon Subviews Menu
for the Interface Icon
(a) Status Label/Performance View
Icon Label/Double-Click Access
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Management Tasks
Monitor Interface or Port Operation
• ATM Client Application Configuration View
(page 70)
• ATM Interface Detail View (page 72)
• Ethernet Interface Status Label (page 36)
• Repeater Port Status Label (page 42)
• FDDI Port Status Label (page 44)
• Token Ring Port Status Label (page 45)
• SMB 1 and SMB 10 Icons (page 47)
• FNB 1 and FNB 2 Icons (page 49)
• INB 1 and INB 2 Icons (page 49)
Upgrade Firmware for the Device
Setting Repeater Traps and Alarms
• Trap Configuration (page 65)
• Alarm Configuration (page 66)
Setting Ring Alarms and Thresholds
• TR Ring Configuration View (page 76)
• Token Ring Security Configuration View (page
78)
• Configure Station Alarms (page 90)
• Station Alarms Dialog Box (page 92)
Setting Token Ring Security
• Modify Allowed Station List View (page 95)
• Download Application (page 56)
Enable (ON) or Disable (OFF) a Port
•
•
•
•
Modeling a SmartSwitch 9000
•
•
•
•
Modeling Considerations (page 128)
Manual Modeling (page 129)
Modeling the Chassis (page 130)
Modeling the Modules in the Chassis (page
133)
• Quick Steps (page 133)
Ethernet Admin Status (page 57)
FDDI Port Action (page 62)
Repeater Network Ports (page 64)
Token Ring
- Enable All Ring Ports (page 74)
- Enable All Station Ports (page 74)
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Icons
This section describes the icons used to represent the modules, ports, and applications for the SmartSwitch
9000 Series devices in SPECTRUM.
Chassis Module Icon
This icon displays a logical representation of the
physical module, its location in the chassis, and
its front panel interfaces or ports. Figure 18
through Figure 22 show examples of Chassis
Module icons for the SmartSwitch 9000.
Note:
Note:
The Chassis Module icon
representing each device will have
the following basic components.
Some devices may have different
labels depending on the application
running, front panel interfaces, and
device type.
Model Type Label
The type of network interface module in the
chassis slot.
Model Name Label
The type of network interface module in the
chassis slot.
Application Access Label
This label displays the application running on the
device and provides double-click access to the CSI
Performance view.
Interface Labels
These labels display the following information:
Module Identification Labels
These labels display the following information:
Slot Number Label
The location of the module within the chassis.
Interface Type and Number Label
The number and type for this interface.
Interface Status Label
The current operating status of this interface.
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Figure 18:
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Example Ethernet Chassis Module Icon
Module Identification Labels
8
9E132-15
Model Name
Bridging
Repeater Labels
Repeater Port
Labels
Port Number Label
Port Status Label
Packet Rate Label
fnb
e1
e2
e3
Slot Number
Model Type
Model Name
Application Access Label
FWD
FWD
FWD
Interface Labels
FWD
Interface Type and Number
Interface Status
E1
UNLOCKED
E2
UNLOCKED
E3
UNLOCKED
1 ON Pkts 4
2 ON Pkts 4
3 ON Pkts 4
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8
9E423-24
Chassis Module
Icon Subviews
Menu
Selections (page
Model Name
Bridging
i2
e1
e2
e3
e4
e5
e6
e7
e8
e9
e10
e11
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
Application Label
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
(page 42)
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
FWD
Interface Label
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
(page 42)
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Figure 19:
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Example FDDI Chassis Module Icon
Module Identification Labels
8
9F120-08
Model Name
FDDI 1
FDDI Port Labels
Port Number Label
Port Status Label
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ACT
8
9F426-02
CON
CON
Bridging
Interface Labels
Interface Type and Number
Interface Status
CON
CON
FDDI Ring Labels
CON
(with Ring Number)
CON
CON
FDDI Port Labels
CON
Ring Identification Label
Port Status Label
CON
CON
CON
i2
FWD
f1
FWD
f2
FWD
FDDI 1
CON
ACT
Chassis Module
Icon Subviews
Menu
Selections (page
Model Name
Application Access Label
CON
FDDI 2
1
3
5
7
Slot Number
Model Type
Model Name
FDDI Port Label
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
(page 44)
CON
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A
B
CON
CON
FDDI 2
A
B
Application
Label Icon
Subviews Menu
Selections (page
FDDI Ring Label
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
(page 43)
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Figure 20:
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Example Token Ring Chassis Module Icon
Module Identification Labels
8
9T122-08
Model Name
Bridging
Slot Number
Model Type
Model Name
Token Ring Label
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
(page 45)
FWD
f2
FWD
T1
16M
T2
16M
1 ENB Frms 0
2 ENB Frms 0
3 ENB Frms 0
4 ENB Frms 0
RI
RO
ACT
ACT
9T122-24
Model Name
Application Access Label
fnb FWD
f1
8
Chassis Module
Icon Subviews
Menu
Selections (page
Interface Labels
Interface Type and Number
Interface Status
Token Ring Labels
(with Ring Number)
Ring Speed Label
Token Ring Port Labels
Port Number Label
Port Status Label
Frame Rate Label
RingIn/RingOut Labels
Ring Status Labels
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Bridging
fnb FWD
f1
FWD
f2
FWD
T1
16M
T2
16M
1 ENB Frms 0
2 ENB Frms 0
3 ENB Frms 0
4 ENB Frms 0
5 ENB Frms 0
6 ENB Frms 0
7 ENB Frms 0
8 ENB Frms 0
Application
Label Icon
Subviews Menu
Selections (page
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Figure 21:
Example ATM Chassis Module Icon
Module Identification Labels
8
Slot Number
Model Type
Model Name
9A128-01
Model Name
Bridging
Application Access Label
fnb
atm
Interface Labels
FWD
FWD
Chassis Module
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
(page 41)
Application Label
Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Interface Type
Interface Status
Interface Label Icon
Subviews Menu
Selections (page 42)
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Chassis Module Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Table 2:
Table 2 lists each of the Icon Subviews menu
selections specific to the Chassis Module for each
device within the SmartSwitch 9000 chassis. The
Application view, Model Information view, and
Interface Device View are described in
SPECTRUM Views. A summary and example for
each view is provided under Views for the Device
Icon (page 19).
Note:
Note:
The Menu Selections listed in table 2
include all possible selections. Your
device may not display all selections.
Chassis Module Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Menu Selection
Description
Application
Opens the Application view.
Configuration
Opens the Device
Configuration View (page
56).
FNB Config View
Opens the SPMA FNB
Configuration view. For
details refer to the
SPECTRUM Portable
Management Application
for the SmartSwitch
9000 User’s Guide.
Model Information
Opens the Model
Information view.
Reconfigure Model
Reconfigures the Chassis
Device view.
Interface
Opens the Interface Device
View.
Application Display
Opens the Application
selection dialog box. This
dialog box allows you to
select the application to be
displayed in the Application
label. Example: Bridging.
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Application Label Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Interface Label Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Table 3 lists the module-specific Icon Subviews
menu selections available for the Bridging
Application Label described in Bridging
Applications.
Table 4 describes each of the device-specific Icon
Subviews menu selections available for the
Interface Label.
Table 4:
Table 3:
Menu
Selection
Bridging Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Description
Interface Label Icon Subviews Menu
Menu Selection
Description
Channel
Performance
Opens the CsIIfPort Performance
view.
Configuration
Opens the Port Configuration CSIIf Port View (page 57).
Bridge
Performance
Opens the Bridge Performance view.
Bridge Model
Information
Opens the Model Information view.
Special
Database
ERROR MESSAGE APPEARS: NO
MODELS EXIST ON THIS RELATION.
These labels display information pertaining to the
repeater ports as follows:
Spanning Tree
Information
Opens the Spanning Tree Information
view.
Port Number Label
Identifies the number for the port.
Static
Database
Table
Opens the Static Database Table view.
Transparent
Bridge Info
Opens the Transparent Bridge
Information view.
Port Status Label
Displays the current operating status of this port.
Table 5 lists the possible conditions values and
associated colors.
Repeater Labels
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Frame Rate Label
The frame traffic rate over this port.
FDDI Ring Label Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Table 5:
Table 6 describes each of the device-specific Icon
Subviews menu selections available for the FDDI
Ring Label.
Color
Repeater Port Status and Conditions
Values and Colors
Status
Description
Green
ON
Port is operational.
Blue
OFF
Port is off.
Yellow
TST
Port is in the test mode.
Table 6:
FDDI Icon Subviews Menu
Menu Selection
FDDI Performance
Opens the FDDI Performance
view. (Not available for
FddiNoMAC).
FDDI Configuration
Opens the FddiMAC Device
Configuration View (page 58).
FDDI Station List
Opens the Fddi Station List View
(page 68) (Not available for
FddiNoMAC).
FDDI Model
Information
Opens the Model Information
view.
FDDI Ring Label
This label (Figure 19) represents the front panel
FDDI connection and provides double-click
access to the Ring Performance view.
Description
FDDI Port Labels
These labels (Figure 19) display information
pertaining to the network interface module ports.
These areas are as follows:
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Port Number Label
Identifies the port on the ring.
Ring Identification Label
Identifies the ring this port is connected to (A or
B).
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
FDDI Port Label Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Table 8 describes each of the device-specific Icon
Subviews menu selections available for the FDDI
Port Label.
Port Status Label
Displays the status of this port. Table 7 lists the
possible states and corresponding colors.
Table 7:
Color
Green
FDDI Port Status and Descriptions
State
ACT
Description
Port is active and connected to the
FNB.
Table 8:
FDDI Port Icon Subviews Menu
Menu Selection
Description
Attribute Walk
Opens the Attribute Walk view.
Enable/Disable
Port
Allows you to Enable or Disable
the port.
Port Configuration
Opens the FDDI Port
Configuration View (page 62).
Blue
DIS
Port is disabled.
Yellow
CON
Port is in the connecting state.
Token Ring Label
Blue
---
A potential connection to the FNB
exists but is not made at this time.
This label (Figure 20) represents the Token Ring
connection and displays the ring number it
represents. Double-click this label to access the
Token Ring Configuration View (page 73).
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Token Ring Label Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
view for the selected ring. This view allows you to
set the desired ring speed.
Table 9 describes each of the device-specific Icon
Subviews menu selections available for the Token
Ring Label.
Token Ring Port Labels
Table 9:
Token Ring Icon Subviews Menu
Menu Selection
Port Number Label
Identifies the port on the ring.
Description
Configuration
Opens the Token Ring
Configuration View (page 73).
Model Information
Opens the Model Information
view.
Stations
Opens the Token Ring Station
Table View (page 80) .
Station Errors
Opens the Token Ring Station
Isolating Errors View (page 82).
Speed Fault
Opens the Token Ring Station
Detail View (page 90).
Change Ring Speed
Allows you to set the ring speed
to 4M or 16M.
These labels display information pertaining to the
network interface module ports. These areas are
as follows:
Port Status Label
Displays the status of this port. Table 10 lists the
possible conditions values and associated colors.
Frame Rate Label
The frame traffic rate over this port. Double-click
on this area to open the Token Ring Station Detail
View (page 90).
Ring Speed Label
This label displays the speed this ring is
configured to operate at (4M or 16M). Doubleclick on this area to open the Change Ring Speed
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Table 10:
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Token Ring Port Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Port Status Condition Values and
Colors
Condition
Color
INIT (Initial)
Gray
ENB (Enabled)
Yellow
BYP (Bypassed)
Blue
DIS (Disabled)
Blue
INS (Inserted)
Green
ACT (Active)
Green
WRP (Wrapped)
Red
Table 11 describes the Icon Subviews menu
selections available for Token Ring ports.
Table 11:
Token Ring Port Icon Subviews
Menu Selections
Menu Selection
RingIn/Ring Out and Ring Status
Labels
These labels displays the operational status of the
Ring In and the Ring Out.
Description
Port Notes
Opens the SPECTRUM Notes
facility for the port.
Port Configuration
Opens the Token Ring
Configuration View (page 73).
Station Detail
Opens the Token Ring Station
Detail View (page 90).
Enable/Disable
Port
Opens the Enable/Disable Port
view, allowing you to toggle the
state of the port.
Backplane Module Icon
This icon displays a logical representation of the
physical module, its location in the chassis, and
its backplane interfaces and ports. Figure 22
shows an example of the Backplane Module icon.
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Module Identification Labels
Table 12: SMB 1 and SMB 10 Status
Descriptions (Continued)
These labels display the following information:
Slot Number Label
The location of the module within the chassis.
Model Type Label
The type of network interface module in the
chassis slot.
Color
Status
Grey
---
The interface could not be found for
this module.
Red
---
Problems have occurred reading and
determining the status of the
interface.
Model Name Label
The type of network interface module in the
chassis slot.
SMB 1 and SMB 10 Icons
The System Management Bus (SMB) icons
represent the connections between the module
and the SMB 1 and SMB 10. Table 12 describes
the possible operational states.
Table 12:
SMB 1 and SMB 10 Status
Descriptions
Color
Status
Description
Blue
OFF
The module is not connected to the
SMB.
Green
ON
The module is connected to the SMB.
Yellow
TST
The interface is in the test state.
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Figure 22:
Example Backplane Module Icon
Module Identification Labels
Slot Number
Model Type
Model Name
8
9A656-04
Model Name
SMB 1
ON
SMB 1 and SMB 10 Icons
SMB 10
ON
Backplane Connection Status Label
FNB 1
--B ---
A
FNB 1 and FNB 2 Icons
FNB 2
A
B
-----
INB 1
--INB 2
---
INB 1 and INB 2 Icons
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FNB 1 and FNB 2 Icons
The Flexible Network Bus (FNB) icons (Figure 22)
represent the connections between the module
and the FNB 1 and FNB 2. Table 13 describes the
possible operational states.
Table 13:
Color
Status
Blue
---
FNB 1 and FNB 2 Status
Descriptions
Description
The module is not connected to the
FNB but has the potential to be
connected.
Blue
DIS
The module is disabled.
Yellow
CON
The module is in the process of
connecting to the FNB.
Green
ACT
The module is connected to the FNB
and is active.
Red
SBY
The module is in standby mode.
Red
---
Problems have occurred reading and
determining the status of the
interface.
and the INB 1 and INB 2. Table 14 describes the
possible operational states.
Table 14:
INB 1 and INB 2 Status
Descriptions
Color
Status
Blue
OFF
The module is not connected to the
INB.
Green
ON
The module is connected to the INB.
Yellow
TST
The interface is in the test state.
Grey
---
The interface for this module could
not be found.
Red
---
Problems have occurred reading and
determining the status of the
interface.
INB 1 and INB 2 Icons
The Internal Network Bus (INB) icons (Figure 22)
represent the connections between the module
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Interface Icon
This section describes the network interface
module icons. Figure 23 provides an example of
the network interface module icon and displays
its labels/double-click zones.
Figure 23:
Interface Icon
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Selections (page 52)
ATM Interface
(a)
(b)
3.1
ON
FDDI
0:0:1D:17:2F:3C
0
(a)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
20403
(b)
ON
ATM
In:
0
Out:
0
(a) nterface Number Label
(b) Administrative Status Label
(c) Port Type Label
Gauge Label
Interface Number Label
This label displays the number identifying this
interface. The first number represents the slot
that this module resides in. The second number
represents the interface number on this module.
Administrative Status Label
This label displays the administrative state of this
port. It also provides double-click access to the
Port Configuration - CSIIf Port View (page 57).
Table 15 and Table 16 list the possible states
relative to the application selected. The default
application for this view is Physical (MIB-II). To
select the application to be displayed (Physical or
Bridging), click the Filter menu button in the
Interface Options panel.
Table 15:
Color
Administrative Status for the
Physical Application
Status
Description
Green
ON
Port is operational.
Blue
OFF
Port is off.
Yellow
TST
Port is in the test mode.
(d) MAC Address Label
(e) Network Information Label
(f) Gauge Label
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Color
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Network Information Label
The Network Information label displays a userselectable network information field. You can
select the field to display (Network Address,
Name, or Subnet Mask) using the interface
options panel. The default field is the Network
Address. Double-click this label to access the
Secondary Address Panel described in the
SPECTRUM Views documentation.
Administrative Status for the
Bridging Application
Status
Description
Green
FWD
Bridge port is forwarding.
Blue
DIS
Port is disabled.
Magenta
LST
Bridge is in the listening
mode.
Magenta
LRN
Bridge is in the learning
mode.
Orange
BLK
Bridge port is in the
blocking mode.
Red
BRK
Bridge port is broken.
Blue
???
Status is unknown.
Gauge Label
The Gauge label displays the color of the statistic
selected for the Interface icon from the Gauge
Control Panel described in the SPECTRUM
Views documentation and provides double-click
access to the Performance view.
Table 17 lists the attributes available for the
9A656-04 ATM Interface icon.
Port Type Label
This label displays the type of network interface
module.
Table 17:
MAC Address Label
This label displays the physical address of the
network interface module. It also provides
double-click access to the Model Information view
described in the SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
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ATM Interface Attributes and
Corresponding Color
Selected
Attribute
Color
Load (In/Out)
Green
Octets (In/Out)
Violet
Cells (In/Out)
Blue
Error Cells (In)
Orange
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Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Table 18 describes each of the Icon Subviews
menu selections available for the interface icon.
Table 18:
Interface Icon Subviews Menu
Selections
Menu Selection
Description
Protocols
(ATM Interface
Only)
Opens the ATM Client
Application Configuration View
(page 70) or Performance view.
Detail
(SFSmartCell Only)
Opens the ATM Interface Detail
View (page 72).
Configuration
Opens the Port Configuration CSIIf Port View (page 57).
Model Information
Opens the Model Information
view.
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Application Icon
Figure 24:
These icons (Figure 24) represent the devicespecific applications, common applications and
optional applications supported by these devices.
Table 19 lists the menu selections available from
the Icon Subviews menu for device-specific
applications. (Refer to the SPECTRUM Views
documentation for information on the
Performance, Device Topology and Model
Information views.) Table 20 lists the applications
that are common to many or all devices and the
documentation that describes them. For
information on the following optional
applications, refer to the associated
documenation.
Optional Applications
• Routing Services (CtRouter)
• DLM (DLM_Agent)
• Standard RMON (RMONApp)
• SecureFast VLAN (SFVLANApp)
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fddimac
FDDIMACApp
FddiMAC
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Table 19:
Device-Specific Applications
Application
Chassis Manager
(MMACChasApp)
MMACPlus Token Ring
(MPlusTRApp)
SmartSwitch 9000/9500 Series
Table 20:
Menu Selections/Views
Component Table - Opens
the Component Table view.
This view is an SPMA view.
Refer to the SPMA
documentation for
information about this view.
Stations - Opens theToken
Ring Station Table View (page
80).
Station Errors - Opens
theToken Ring Station
Isolating Errors View (page
82).
Application
Reference
Bridging (CSIBridge)
Bridging Applications
MIB-II (SNMP2_Agent)
MIB-II Applications
DownLoad (CtDownLoad
App)
Miscellaneous
Applications
FDDI (FddiMAC)
Miscellaneous
Applications
ATM (ATMClientApp)
Miscellaneous
Applications
Fast Ethernet
(FastEnetApp)
Miscellaneous
Applications
Configuration - Opens the
Token Ring Configuration
View (page 73).
MMACPlus Repeater
(MMACPlusRptr)
Common Applications Supported
Configuration - Opens the
Repeater Configuration View
(page 64).
Performance - Opens the
Performance view for the
Repeater.
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Icon Subviews
This chapter provides general descriptions of the Configuration and application-specific views that display MIB
information for the SmartSwitche 9000 Series.
These views are accessible from the Application
icons or Application labels displayed on the
Device view icons. The following applicationspecific views are described in this section:
The Configuration views allow you to access
network configuration information for the device
and its interfaces or ports. The SmartSwitches
9000 support the following Configuration views:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Device Configuration View (page 56)
Port Configuration - CSIIf Port View (page 57)
Repeater Configuration View (page 64)
FddiMAC Device Configuration View (page 58)
FDDI Port Configuration View (page 62)
ATM Client Application Configuration View
(page 70)
ATM Interface Detail View (page 72)
Token Ring Configuration View (page 73)
TR Ring Configuration View (page 76)
Token Ring Security Configuration View (page
78)
The application-specific views available for the
SmartSwitch 9000 provide information for the
applications running on an individual device.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fddi Station List View (page 68)
FDDI Stats View (page 69)
Token Ring Station Table View (page 80)
Token Ring Station Isolating Errors View
(page 82)
Token Ring Station Non-Isolating Errors View
(page 85)
Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds View
(page 87)
Token Ring Station Detail View (page 90)
Station Alarms Dialog Box (page 92)
Modify Allowed Station List View (page 95)
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Device Configuration View
This view (accessed from the Device icon) provides the following information and operating status:
Contact Status
This field indicates if a connection with the device
has been established.
Component Table
This button provides access to the Community
Names view. This is an SPMA view. For
information on using the Community Name view,
refer to the SPECTRUM Portable Management
Application Tools Guide.
Download Application
This button provides access to the DownLoad
Application view which allows you to upgrade the
firmware for the devices from a TFTP Boot or
Bootp Server. For more information on this view,
refer to the SPECTRUM Portable Management
Application Tools Guide.
Interface Configuration Table
Number of Interfaces
Displays the number of interfaces available from
this device.
Index
The numerical value identifying the port.
Type
The type of hardware interface for the port.
Phy Address
The (MAC) address of the port.
Max Frame Size
The maximum frame size for the SmartSwitch
network interface modules.
Oper Status
The current operational state of this port
Up,Down, or Testing).
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Port Configuration - CSIIf Port View
This view displays port-specific information for this device. Access this view from the Icon Subviews menu for
the Chassis Module Icon (page 36) and Interface Icon (page 50).
Interface Index
The numerical value identifying the port.
Interface Type
The type of interface for the port (FDDI).
Operation Status
The current operating state of the port. Possible
values are On, Off, or Test.
Admin Status
This field provides a button that allows you to
change the current administrative state of the
port. Possible values are On, Off, or Test.
IF Description
Displays a textual description of the interface.
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FddiMAC Device Configuration View
This view provides information on the configuration and operating status of the concentrator. Access this view
using one of the following methods:
• Highlight the FddiMAC Application Icon (page
53) and from the Icon Subviews menu select
Configuration.
• Highlight the FDDI Ring Label (page 43) in the
Chassis Device view and from the Icon
Subviews menu select FDDI Configuration.
Station Configuration
This area of the FddiMAC Device Configuration view provides information specific to the FDDI station:
Ring State
The current state of the FDDI Ring. Table 21 lists
the possible states and their descriptions.
MAC Configuration
Displays the actual configuration of the station.
Table 22 lists the possible configurations and their
descriptions.
MAC Count
The number of MACs supported by this station.
Non Master Ports
The number of non-master ports on this station.
Master Ports
The number of master ports on this station.
Current MAC Path
The ring that this station resides on. Possible
entries are Primary, Secondary, Local or Isolated.
MAC Address
The MAC (physical) address of this station.
Continued...
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SMT Information
This section of the FddiMAC Device Configuration view provides the following configuration information on the
FDDI SMT:
SMT Version
The version of Station Management (SMT)
running.
OBS Present
Indicates whether an Optical Bypass Switch
(OBS) is connected.
T-Notify (sec)
The timer value, in seconds, used in Neighbor
Notification Protocol. The allowed range is from 2
to 30 seconds.
T-Req (milli sec)
The Target Token Rotation Time (TTRT) bid, in
milliseconds, made by this concentrator.
T-Neg (milli sec)
The winning TTRT bid, in milliseconds, on the
ring.
TVX (milli sec)
The valid transmission time, in milliseconds.
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Table 21:
Ring States
FDDI Ring States
Description
Isolated
The concentrator is not attached to the ring.
Non-Op
The concentrator is attempting to enter the ring.
Ring-Op
The ring is operational.
Detect
The claim/beacon process of the FDDI ring protocol has exceeded 1 second. This indicates a
potential problem.
Non-Op-Dup
The ring failed to complete the claim/beacon process because a duplicate FDDI address has
been detected.
Ring-Op-Dup
The ring is operational, but a duplicate FDDI address has been detected.
Directed
The claim/beacon process did not complete within 9 seconds. The concentrator is now
sending directed beacons to indicate a problem.
Trace
A problem has been detected with the station or its upstream neighbor. A trace is being sent
to notify the upstream neighbor of the problem. The concentrator and all stations between
the concentrator and its upstream neighbor can perform self-tests.
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States
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SMT MAC Configurations
Description
Isolated
The path is not inserted into any path.
Local_A
The A port is inserted into a local path and the B port is not.
Local_B
The B port is inserted into a local path and the A port is not.
Local_AB
Both A and B are inserted into a local path.
Local_S
The S port is inserted into a local path.
Wrap_A
The secondary path is wrapped to the A port.
Wrap_B
The secondary path is wrapped to the B port.
Wrap_AB
The primary path is wrapped to the B port and the secondary path is wrapped to the A
port.
Wrap_S
The primary port is wrapped to the S port.
C_Wrap_A
The primary and secondary paths are joined internally in the station and wrapped to
the A port. Regarding token flow, all resources on the secondary path precede those of
the primary path.
C_Wrap_B
The primary and secondary paths are joined internally in the station and wrapped to
the B port. Regarding token flow, all resources on the secondary path precede those of
the primary path.
C_Wrap_S
The primary and secondary paths are joined internally in the station and wrapped to
the S port. Regarding token flow, all resources on the secondary path precede those of
the primary path.
Thru
The primary path enters the A port and emerges from the B port. The secondary path
enters the B port and emerges from the A port.
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FDDI Port Configuration View
This view provides information on the configuration and operating status of the ports. To access this view,
highlight the FDDI Port Labels (page 43) in the Chassis Device view and select Port Configuration from the
Icon Subviews menu.
Port Management
This section of the FDDI Port Configuration view provides the following information:
link error rate estimate is computed when the
port is connected and every 10 seconds thereafter.
It ranges from 10-4 to 10-15 and is reported as a
whole integer. For example, if the port’s link error
rate estimate is computed to be 10-5, the value
reported in this field would be 5, which
represents an actual rate of 1,250 bit errors per
second. A lower link error rate estimate indicates
a higher bit error rate as shown in Figure 25.
Port Action
This field provides a button that allows you to
enable/disable the port. The state returns to
“Other” once the port has been
Enabled/Disabled.
Port State
The status of this port. Possible states are
disabled, connecting, standby, and active.
Port Type
The type of port. Possible port types are A_Port,
B_Port, Slave, or Master.
Link Error Rate Estimate
The link error rate estimate is a cumulative longterm average of the bit error rate, which
represents the quality of the physical link. The
Link Error Monitor Count
The aggregate link error monitor count. This
count is set to zero on station power up and
increments each time the port’s link error monitor
detects an error. An increasing link error monitor
count usually indicates a problem with the
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connectors or the cable between this port and the
node.
Link Error Rate Cutoff
The link error rate threshold at which a link
connection is flagged as faulty and the port
disabled by SMT. The default link error rate cutoff
threshold is 7, which represents 12.5 bit errors
per second.
Figure 25:
Link Estimate Table
Bit Errors
per Second
Link Error Rate Alarm
The link error rate threshold that, if exceeded,
generates an alarm for the port. The default link
error rate alarm threshold is 8, which represents
1.25 bit errors per second.
Link Error Monitor Reject Count
The link error monitor count of the times the link
has been rejected.
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Repeater Configuration View
This view provides information on the configuration and operating status of the network the repeater is
monitoring. To access the Repeater Configuration view, do the following:
• Within the Application view, highlight the
MMACPlusRptr Application Icon (page 53).
From the Icon Subviews menu, select
Configuration.
• Within the Chassis Device view, highlight the
Repeater Labels (page 42). From the Icon
Subviews menu, select Repeater
Configuration.
Repeater Management
This area of the Repeater Configuration view provides the following port information:
Port Count
The total number of ports on this LAN segment.
Network Port Security
Allows you to select the security status of repeater
ports (UnLocked or Locked).
Ports On
The total number of ports currently in the ON
state on this network.
Ports Operational
The number of operational ports on this network.
Network Ports
Allows you to select the desired operational state
of network ports on this network segment (Enable
or NoEnable).
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Source Address Management
This area of the Repeater Configuration view indicates the timeout period, in seconds.
Ageing Interval
The time, in seconds, that dynamically learned
forwarding information remains in the database
before being selected.
Trap Configuration
This area of the Repeater Configuration view allows you to enable or disable any of the following types of traps.
Link Traps
When enabled, all packets indicating a change in
link status are reported within the trap database
(NoEnable, Enable or other).
Segmentation Traps
When enabled, all packets indicating a change in
segmentation status are reported within the trap
database (NoEnable, Enable or other).
Source Address Traps
When enabled, all packets indicating a change in
source address are reported within the trap
database (NoEnable, Enable or other).
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Alarm Configuration
This area of the Repeater Configuration view provides configuration information on generating alarms for the
selected module. The configuration information is as follows:
Timebase
This field allows you to set the alarm timebase.
The timebase is the number of seconds used as
the interval for performing all of the rate alarm
checks. The minimum is 10 seconds. For
example, if the timebase is 10 seconds, an alarm
will occur only when the specified number of
errors occurs within 10 seconds.
Broadcast Alarms
Allows you to turn broadcast alarms off and on
(NoEnable or Enable).
Traffic Alarms
Allows you to turn traffic alarms off and on
(NoEnable or Enable).
Error Alarms
Allows you to turn error alarms off and on
(NoEnable or Enable).
Traffic Threshold
The threshold value within the alarm timebase
that, once the number of packets is exceeded,
generates a traffic alarm.
Error Threshold
The threshold value within the alarm timebase
that, once the percentage of errors per good
packet is exceeded, generates an error alarm.
Broadcast Threshold
The threshold value within the alarm timebase
that, once the number of broadcasts received is
exceeded, generates a broadcast alarm.
Collision Alarms
Allows you to turn collision alarms off and on
(NoEnable or Enable).
Collision Threshold
The threshold value within the alarm timebase
that, once the number of collisions per good
packet is exceeded, generates a collision alarm.
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Error Source
This area of the Repeater Configuration view provides a series of buttons allowing you to select the types of
errors to include in the error sum. The selectable error types are as follows:
CRC
The number of packets received by the module
with bad Cyclical Redundancy Checks (CRCs).
Giants
The number of giant packets received by the
module. A giant packet exceeds 1518 bytes (not
including preamble).
Runts
The number of runt packets received by the
module. A runt packet is one byte less than the
standard Ethernet frame of 64 bytes (not
including preamble).
OOW_Colls
The number of collisions out of the standard
window (51.2µs) due to a network problem.
Alignment
The number of misaligned packets detected by
the module.
No_Resource
The number of times the module ran out of
resources (i.e., lack of buffer space) and could not
accept packets.
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Fddi Station List View
This view displays the configuration of the FDDI ring, basic information about the devices in the ring, and FDDI
network. You can access this view from the Icon Subviews menu for the FddiMAC Application Icon (page 53) or
the FDDI Ring Label (page 43) in the Chassis Device View.
Update, Print, Sort and Find
Use these buttons to perfom the functions listed
to the contents of the Station Table.
Node Class
The type of FDDI ring device. Table 23 describes
possible node classes.
MAC/Canonical
Ring Topology
The current state of this FDDI node.
This button affects the display of the station
addressed, toggling between MAC (Physical) and
Canonical (Ethernet). This button displays the
format NOT currently selected.
Master Ports
The number of master ports on this node. Values
range from 0 to 255.
Station Address
The MAC or Canonical address of this node on the
ring.
Table 23:
Node Class
Upstream Neighbor
The canonical or MAC address of the last node to
receive the token before this node.
FDDI Node Classes
Description
Station
An FDDI node capable of receiving, transmitting, and repeating data.
Concentrator
An FDDI node that provides attachment points for stations that are not
directly connected to the FDDI ring.
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FDDI Stats View
The FDDI Stats view displays the bandwidth statistics of the FDDI ring and basic information about the devices
on the ring and FDDI network. To access this view, highlight the Fddi MAC Application Icon (page 53) (Icon
Mode), or text label (List Mode) and select Bandwidth Util from the Icon Subviews menu.
Fddi Frames (Frm/Sec)
Provides the number of FDDI frames per second
for the device.
Fddi KBytes (Kb/Sec)
Provides the number of FDDI KBytes per second
for the device.
Fddi Peak KBytes (Kb/Sec)
Provides the number of FDDI peak KBytes per
second for the device.
Time of Peak
Provides the time of peak in
Day:Month:Time:Year format for the device.
Bandwidth Utilization %
Provides the amount (in percent) of bandwidth
utilized by the device. The chart provides a
graphical representation of the bandwidth being
utilized in bytes/second on the FDDI ring.
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ATM Client Application Configuration View
This view provides configuration information on the ATM Client Application. To access this configuration view,
highlight the ATM Interface Icon (page 50) and from the Icon Subviews menu select Protocols ->
ATMClientApp -> Configuration.
Configuration Table
Max VPCs (Virtual Path Connections)
Indicates the maximum number of VPCs
supported at this ATM interface. At the UNI (User
Network Interface), the maximum number of
VPCs ranges from 0 to 256.
Max VCCs (Virtual Channel Connections)
Indicates the maximum number of VCCs
supported at this ATM interface.
Conf VPCs
Indicates the number of VPCs configured for use
at this ATM interface. At the UNI (User Network
Interface), the configured number of VPCs ranges
from 0 to 256.
Conf VCCs
Indicates the number of VCCs configured for use
at this ATM interface.
Max VPI (Virtual Path Identifier) Bits
Indicates the maximum number of active VPI bits
configured for use at this ATM interface. At the
UNI (User Network Interface), the maximum
number of active VPI bits configured for use
ranges from 0 to 8.
Max VCI (Virtual Channel Identifier) Bits
Indicates the maximum number of active VCI bits
configured for use at this ATM interface.
ILMI (Interim Local Management Interface) VPI
Indicates the VPI value of the VCC supporting the
ILMI at this ATM interface. If the values of both
ILMI VPI and ILMI VCI equal 0, then the ILMI is
not supported.
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ILMI VCI
Indicates the VCI value of the VCC supporting the
ILMI at this ATM interface. If the values of both
ILMI VPI and ILMI VCI equal 0, then the ILMI is
no supported for this ATM interface.
Address Type
Indicates the type of primary ATM address
configured for use at this ATM interface.
Admin Address
Indicates the address assigned for administrative
purposes.
Neighbor Address
Indicates the IP address of the neighbor system at
the far end of this interface to which a Network
Management Station can access network
management information.
Neighbor If Name
Indicates the name of the interface on the
neighbor system at the far end of this interface, to
which this interface connects. If the neighbor
system is manageable through SNMP and
supports the object ifName, the value of this
object must be identical to that of the ifName for
the ifEntry of the lowest level physical interface
for this port. If this interface does not have a
name, the value of this object is a zero length
string.
The Configuration table can be sorted, searched, and updated using the following buttons within the view:
Sort
Allows you to sort the table based on the column
heading you select. Just select a column heading
and click the Sort button. The table is rearranged
according to the chosen column.
button, and enter a search string in the dialog
box.
Find
Allows you to update information in the table.
Update
Allows you to search the table for a specific entry.
Just select a column heading, click the Find
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ATM Interface Detail View
This view displays cell performance breakdown information for ATM as shown in Figure 26. To access this view,
select Detail from the Icon Subviews menu for the ATM Interface Icon (page 50).
Received
Displays the number of cells received by the
switch.
Figure 26:
Transmitted
Displays the number of cells transmitted by the
switch.
Names and
values of
models being
compared.
HEC Errors
Displays the number of Header Error Control
Errors.
Background
colors match
chart sections
Total
Displays the tolal number of cells.
Current values
(will vary
depending on
mode selected).
Percent of total
pie.
Mode selection
buttons.
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Chart sections
comparing received
and transmitted
values.
Cell Breakdown
Received
Transmitted
value
0.00 %
value
HEC Errors
Total
value
0.00 %
0.00 %
Total
value
Delta
Accum
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Token Ring Configuration View
This view provides information on the configuration of the Token Ring application. Access the Token Ring
Configuration view in one of the following ways:
• Within the Application view, highlight the
MPlusTRAPP Application Icon (page 53) and
select Configuration from the Icon Subviews
menu.
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
• Within the Chassis Device view, highlight the
Token Ring Label (page 44) and select
Configuration from the Icon Subviews menu.
Ring Configuration
Opens the TR Ring Configuration View (page 76).
Ring Security
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Opens the Token Ring Security Configuration
View (page 78).
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which has a value
of 4 or 16 megabits.
Alarms Table
Opens the Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds
View (page 87).
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
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Port Configuration
This section of the Token Ring Configuration view provides the following information :
Station Ports ON Out Of
Defines the total number of enabled station ports
on the addressed module.
Ring Ports ON Out Of
Displays the total number of enabled ring in/ring
out ports in this port group.
Enable All Station Ports
Enable All Ring Ports
Allows you to enable all the station ports in this
port group by setting the value to Enable. The
default value is NoEnable.
Allows you to enable all the ring ports in this port
group by setting the value to Enable. The default
value is NoEnable.
Host Configuration
This section of the Token Ring Configuration view provides the following information:
Commands
Allows you to send commands to the device.
Possible commands are HardwareReset,
SoftwareReset, Open, and Close. The default
value is NoOperation.
Error Report Timer
Displays the time interval in which the host
adapter reports errors to the ring error monitor.
Open Status
Displays the status of the device, or errors it has
received, with respect to insertion into the ring.
Active Monitor Contention
Allows you to prohibit the possibility of the device
becoming the active monitor for the ring by
setting the proper Allowed or NotAllowed status.
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Host Error Status
This box in the Host Configuration section of the
Token Ring Configuration view provides a series
of read-only indicator buttons detailing the last
error status returned by the Device.
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TR Ring Configuration View
This view provides configuration information on the ring the ports are attached to. To access this view, click the
Ring Configuration (page 73) button in the Token Ring Configuration View (page 73).
Ring Configuration
This section of the TR Ring Configuration view displays the following information:
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
Active Monitor
Displays the MAC address of the active monitor
for the ring. This address will appear in any tables
with an asterisk (*) to identify it.
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Active Stations
Displays the number of active stations currently
inserted on the ring.
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which can have a
value of 4 or 16 megabits.
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
Beacon Recovery
Provides a button, allowing you to Enable or
Disable automatic beacon recovery for the TR
MicroLAN Switch Module. When Disabled, the TR
MicroLAN Switch Module will not attempt to
reinsert itself into the ring after entering a
beaconing state. If the device does not support
automatic beacon recovery, SPECTRUM will
display a status of Invalid.
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Ring Alarm/Threshold/State
This section of the TR Ring Configuration view has three columns, displaying information on the ring alarms,
their current thresholds, and their states (Enabled or Disabled).
Ring Purges
Allows you to set a value for the Ring Purges
alarm threshold, and the state button allows you
to Enable or Disable detection of this alarm.
Token Errors
Allows you to set a value for the Token Errors
alarm threshold, and the state button allows you
to Enable or Disable detection of this alarm.
AMP Errors
Allows you to set a value for the Active Monitor
Error alarm threshold, and the state button
allows you to Enable or Disable detection of this
alarm.
Beacon State
Allows you to set a value for the Beacon State
alarm threshold, and the state button allows you
to Enable or Disable detection of this alarm.
Claim Token Errors
Allows you to set a value for the Claim Token
Errors alarm threshold, and the state button
allows you to Enable or Disable detection of this
alarm.
Lost Frames
The threshold field allows you to set a value for
the Lost Frames alarm threshold, and the state
button allows you to Enable or Disable detection
of this alarm.
Frame Count
Allows you to set a value for the Frame Count
alarm threshold, and the state button allows you
to Enable or Disable detection of this alarm.
Ring Timebase
Allows you to set the timebase used for getting
and setting all alarms pertaining to this ring. This
value is measured in seconds.
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Token Ring Security Configuration View
This view provides information on the security configuration for the ring. To access this view click the Ring
Security (page 73) button in the Token Ring Configuration View (page 73).
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
Total Allowed Stations
Displays the total number of stations in the
Allowed Stations list.
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which can have a
value of 4 or 16 megabits.
Administration State
EnabledWithAlarm - generates an alarm upon
insertion of an illegal station into the ring.
EnabledWithRemoveAndAlarm - generates an
alarm and also removes the illegal station from
the ring. Selecting Disabled turns off security.
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Allowed Station Address Table
This table contains a list of addresses and interface numbers for the stations allowed on the ring. The active
monitor for the ring is indicated by an asterisk (*) beside the address. Double-clicking a table entry opens the
Modify Allowed Station List View (page 95). This table has the following buttons:
Update
Allows you to update the contents of the Station
Address Table.
Sort Up/Sort Down/Un-Sort
MAC/Canonical
Allows you to sort the stations displayed in the
table. You select an attribute to sort on by
clicking one of the column heading buttons.
Affects the display of the station addresses,
toggling the format between MAC (Physical) and
Canonical. The button displays the format not
currently selected.
Modify Allowed Station List
Opens the Modify Allowed Station List View (page
95).
Set/Clear Filter
Allows you to set a filter affecting the stations
displayed in the table. You select an attribute to
filter against by clicking one of the column
heading buttons.
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Token Ring Station Table View
This view displays a Station Table containing information for all stations directly connected to the ring. It also
displays buttons which manipulate the information in the table, and buttons to access other views. To access the
this view highlight the MPlusTRApp Application Icon (page 53) and select Stations from the Icon Subviews
menu.
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
Station Address
Displays the MAC address of the station to which
this information pertains.
Station Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this station.
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Frames
Displays the total number of frames that have
been received/generated by this station.
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which can have a
value of 4 or 16 megabits.
Errors
Displays the total number of errors that this
station has detected on the ring.
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
Active Monitor
Displays the MAC address of the active monitor
for the ring. This address will appear in any tables
with an asterisk (*) to identify it.
Port
Displays the number of the port on the token ring
module to which this station is connected.
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value to the lowest. Unsort returns the fields to its
normal state.
Update
Updates the contents of the Station Table.
Isolating Errors Table
Totals/Deltas
Opens the Token Ring Station Isolating Errors
View (page 82).
Totals displays the statistics as totals since the
Module was initialized. Deltas displays the
difference between the current value and the
value at the time of the last update.
Alarms Table
Opens the Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds
View (page 87).
MAC/Canonical
Displays the station addressed between MAC
(Physical) and Canonical (Token Ring). The format
NOT currently selected .
Station Detail
Opens the Token Ring Station Detail View (page
90).
Set Filter/Clear Filter
Set Filter Opens the Filter Dialog box for the
selected column of the Station table. Type a
character string to search the columnClear Filter
returns the Station table to its normal state.
Station Alarms
Opens the Station Alarms Dialog Box (page 92).
Remove Station
Allows you to remove the selected station from the
ring.
Sort Up/Sort Down/Unsort
Sort Up organizes the list within a selected
column form the lowest alphanumeric value to
the highest. Sort Down organizes the list within a
selected column form the highest alphanumeric
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Token Ring Station Isolating Errors View
This view displays an Isolating Errors Table containing information for all stations directly connected to the ring.
To access the this view, do the following:
• Within the Application view, highlight the
MPlusTRApp Application Icon (page 53) and
select Station Errors from the Icon Subviews
menu.
• Click the Isolating Errors Table (page 81)
button in the Token Ring Station Table View
(page 80).
This view provides the following information:
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
Active Monitor
Displays the MAC address of the active monitor
for the ring. This address appears in all tables
with an asterisk (*) to identify it.
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Station Address
Displays the MAC address of the station to which
this information pertains.
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which can have a
value of 4 or 16 megabits.
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
Station Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this station.
Line
Displays the number of line errors that this
station has detected on the ring.
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Burst
Displays the number of burst errors that this
station has detected on the ring.
MAC/Canonical
This button affects the display of the station
addressed, toggling between MAC (Physical) and
Canonical (Token Ring). This button displays the
format NOT currently selected.
A/C
Displays the number of address/copied errors
that this station has detected on the ring.
Abort
Displays the number of abort sequences that this
station has sent.
Internal
Displays the number of internal errors that this
station has detected.
Update
Updates the contents of the Token Ring Station
Isolating Errors Table.
Totals/Deltas
Affects the display of statistical information.
Selecting Totals displays the statistics as totals
since the TR MicroLAN Switch Module was
initialized. Selecting Deltas displays the
difference between the current value and the
value at the time of the last update. The button
displays the format currently selected.
Set Filter/Clear Filter
Set Filter Opens the Filter Dialog box for the
selected column of the Station table. Type a
character string to search the column
Clear Filter returns the Station table to its normal
state.
Sort Up/Sort Down/Unsort
Sort Up organizes the list within a selected
column form the lowest alphanumeric value to
the highest.
Sort Down organizes the list within a selected
column form the highest alphanumeric value to
the lowest.
Unsort returns the fields to its normal state.
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Non-Isolating Errors Table
Station Detail
Opens theToken Ring Station Non-Isolating
Errors View (page 85).
Opens the Token Ring Station Detail View (page
90).
Alarms Table
Station Alarms
Opens the Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds
View (page 87).
Opens the Station Alarms Dialog Box (page 92).
Remove Station
Removes the selected station from the ring.
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Token Ring Station Non-Isolating Errors View
This view displays information for all stations directly connected to the ring. To access this view, click the NonIsolating Errors Table (page 84) button in the Token Ring Station Isolating Errors View (page 82).
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
Station Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this station.
Lost Frames
Displays the number of lost frames that this
station has detected on the ring.
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Congestions
Displays the number of congestion errors that
have occurred at this station.
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which can have a
value of 4 or 16 megabits.
FrameCopied
Displays the number of frame copied errors that
this station has detected on the ring.
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
Active Monitor
Displays the MAC address of the active monitor
for the ring. This address will appear in any tables
with an asterisk (*) to identify it.
Station Address
Displays the MAC address of the station to which
this information pertains.
Token
Displays the number of token errors that this
station has detected on the ring while it was
acting as the active monitor.
Frequency
Displays the number of frequency errors that this
station has detected on the ring.
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Update
Sort Up/Sort Down/Unsort
Updates the contents of the Token Ring Station
Non-Isolating Errors Table.
Sort Up organizes the list within a selected
column form the lowest alphanumeric value to
the highest.
Totals/Deltas
Sort Down organizes the list within a selected
column form the highest alphanumeric value to
the lowest.
Affects the display of statistical information.
Selecting Totals displays the statistics as totals
since the TR MicroLAN Switch Module was
initialized. Selecting Deltas displays the
difference between the current value and the
value at the time of the last update. The button
displays the format currently selected.
Unsort returns the fields to its normal state.
Alarms Table
Opens the Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds
View (page 87).
MAC/Canonical
This button affects the display of the station
addressed, toggling between MAC (Physical) and
Canonical (Token Ring). This button displays the
format NOT currently selected.
Station Detail
Opens the Token Ring Station Detail View (page
90).
Station Alarms
Set Filter/Clear Filter
Opens the Station Alarms Dialog Box (page 92).
Set Filter Opens the Filter Dialog box for the
selected column of the Station table. Type a
character string to search the column
Remove Station
Clear Filter returns the Station table to its normal
state.
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Token Ring Station Alarm Thresholds View
This view displays information for all stations directly connected to the Token Ring. To access this view, click the
following :
• Alarms Table (page 73) button in the Token
Ring Configuration View (page 73)
• Alarms Table (page 86) button in the Token
Ring Station Non-Isolating Errors View (page
85)
• Alarms Table (page 84) button in the Token
Ring Station Table View (page 80)
Ring Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this ring.
This name defaults to Network n, where n is a
unique integer value.
Ring Number
Displays the number of the attached ring. If
SPECTRUM cannot determine the number of the
ring, a zero is returned.
Active Monitor
Displays the MAC address of the active monitor
for the ring. This address will appear in any tables
with an asterisk (*) to identify it.
Station Address
Displays the MAC address of the station to which
this information pertains.
Ring Speed
Displays the speed of the ring, which can have a
value of 4 or 16 megabits.
Station Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this station.
Ring Status
Displays the operational state of the ring.
Line
Displays the threshold setting for line errors on
the device.
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Burst
Displays the threshold setting for burst errors on
the device.
A/C
Displays the setting for address/copied errors on
the device.
Internal
Displays the threshold setting for internal errors
on the device.
Congestions
Displays the threshold setting for congestion
errors.
Clear Filter returns the Station table to its
normal state.
Sort Up/Sort Down/UnSort
Sort Up organizes the list within a selected
column form the lowest alphanumeric value to
the highest.
Sort Down organizes the list within a selected
column form the highest alphanumeric value to
the lowest.
Unsort returns the field to its normal state.
Alarm States Table
Update
Updates the Station Alarm Thresholds Table.
MAC/Canonical
Toggles between MAC (Physical) and Canonical
(Token Ring).
Set Filter/Clear Filter
Set Filter opens the Filter Dialog box for the
selected column of the Station table. Type a
character string to search the column .
Opens the Token Ring Station Alarm States View,
which provides the same button functions and
fields as the Token Ring Station Alarm
Thresholds View (page 87), but displays
information on the state of each alarm threshold
(Enabled or Disabled).
Station Detail
Opens the Token Ring Station Detail View (page
90).
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Station Alarms
Opens the Station Alarms Dialog Box (page 92).
Remove Station
Allows you to remove the selected station from the
ring.
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Token Ring Station Detail View
This view includes three color-coded pie charts presenting a breakdown of token ring application statistics.
Each statistic is presented as a total amount since the device was initialized and as a percentage of overall
traffic. To access this view click the:
• Station Detail (page 81) button in the Token
Ring Station Table View (page 80)
• Station Detail (page 88) button in the Token
Ring Station Alarm Thresholds View (page 87)
• Station Detail (page 84) button in the Token
Ring Station Isolating Errors View (page 82)
Station Removal
Allows you to modify the removal state of the
station and displays the last request made of the
device. Remove causes the station to remove itself
from the ring, NotRemovable disables removal
from the ring, and DoNotRemove is the default
setting and does not affect the station.
Station Address
Displays the MAC address of the station for which
the information in this table pertains.
Configure Station Alarms
Opens the Token Ring Station Alarms
Configuration View, which allows you to change
the threshold value and state of the station for the
Line, Burst, A/C, Internal, and Receive
Congestion errors.
Station Name
Displays the ASCII name assigned to this station.
Station Port
Displays the number of the port on the token ring
module to which this station is connected.
Upstream
Displays the MAC address of the device (neighbor)
immediately upstream of the station on the ring.
Downstream
Displays the MAC address of the device (neighbor)
immediately downstream of the station on the
ring.
Station Priority
Displays the station’s maximum access priority.
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Pie Charts
Table 24 through Table 26 list the statistics and definitions for each of the pie charts displayed in this view.
Table 25:
Table 24:
Statistic
Frame Breakdown Pie Chart
Statistic
Definition
Frames
The total frames detected on this station or
ring.
Errors
The total errors detected by this station or
ring.
Table 25:
The total times the station acting as active
monitor recognizes an error condition
requiring a token be transmitted.
Frequency
The total frequency errors on this ring.
Table 26:
Definition
Lost Frames
The total times a station has had its Token
Ring Rotation (TRR) timer expire trying to
transmit.
Congestions
The total times a station recognizes a frame
addressed to it, but the station has no
available buffer space.
The total times a station recognizes a frame
addressed to it, and detects that the FS
field A bits are set to 1.
Frame
Copied
Definition
Token
Non-Isolating Errors Pie Chart
Statistic
Non-Isolating Errors Pie Chart
Statistic
Isolating Errors Pie Chart
Definition
Line
The total line errors that have
occurred on this ring.
Burst
The total burst errors that have
occurred on this ring.
A/C
The total address/copied errors that
have occurred on this ring.
Abort
Sequence
The total abort sequences transmitted
on this ring.
Internal
The total internal errors detected by a
station on this ring.
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Station Alarms Dialog Box
The Station Alarms dialog box allows you to read, display, and modify the alarm settings for a single station or
list of stations. The list displays the stations that were on the ring at the time the dialog box was opened. You can
read and modify the settings to a valid station that does not appear in the list and was added after opening the
view by entering its address in the Station field. To access this dialog box click the:
• Station Alarms (page 81) button in the Token
Ring Station Table View (page 80)
• Station Alarms (page 84) button in the Token
Ring Station Isolating Errors View (page 82)
Station
Displays the address of the current station. You
can enter the address of a valid station in this
field to make it the current station.
Alarm
Lists the threshold alarms that can be
manipulated. The alarms in this column include
Line, Internal, Burst, A/C, and Congestion.
State
Indicates the state of each corresponding alarm
threshold (Enable or Disable).
Stations
Displays the MAC addresses of all stations in the
ring at the time the dialog box was opened except
the current station, which is displayed in the
Apply Settings to list. Double-clicking on an
address in this list moves it to the Apply Settings
to list.
Apply Settings to
Displays the MAC addresses of all stations to
which the threshold settings may be applied. This
list always contains the current station’s MAC
address upon opening the dialog box. Doubleclicking on an address in this list moves it to the
Stations list.
Threshold
Displays the current setting for each
corresponding alarm threshold. You can change
the values by selecting the field and editing the
number.
• Station Alarms (page 89) button in the Token
Ring Station Alarm Thresholds View (page 87)
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Apply
Moves the selected item from the Stations list to
the Apply Settings to list.
Applies the threshold settings to the stations
listed in the Apply Settings to list or the station
entered into the Station field if the list is empty.
<
Moves the selected item from the Apply Settings to
list to the Stations list.
>>
Moves all of the stations from the Stations list to
the Apply Settings to list. The current station
remains at the top of the Apply Settings to list if it
is a valid station.
Read
Initiates a read of the threshold settings for the
selected station or the station entered into the
Station field.
Cancel
Exits the dialog box without applying settings to
the stations or once you have applied all changes
and wish to exit.
<<
Moves all of the stations from the Apply Settings
to list to the Stations list. The current station
remains at the top of the Apply Settings to list if it
is a valid station.
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Modifying Threshold Settings
Reading Thresholds from a
Station
To change the threshold settings for one or more
stations, follow these steps:
1
To read the current threshold settings from any
station, follow these steps:
Move the addresses of all the stations to be
modified to the Apply Settings to list. If you
are only modifying the current station, this
step is not necessary. If you wish to modify a
valid station that does not appear in the list,
enter its MAC address into the Station field.
For information on how to move addresses
between lists, refer to the buttons described
earlier in this section.
2
Select the desired settings to be applied to the
current station and all stations in the Apply
Settings to list by clicking on Enable or
Disable for each alarm threshold and typing
a value into each Threshold field.
3
Click on the Apply button.
1
Select the station to be read from the Stations
or Apply Settings to list. If you are reading
from the current station, this step is not
necessary. If you wish to modify a valid
station that does not appear in either list,
enter its MAC address into the Station field.
2
Click on the Read button. The threshold
settings for the selected station are read from
the device.
If the new alarm thresholds cannot be written to
the device due to the device being down, an error
message appears and you should try again later.
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Modify Allowed Station List View
This view allows you to modify the security for the ring by adding or removing stations from the ring’s list of
allowed stations. To access this view, click the Modify Allowed Station List (page 79) button in the Token Ring
Security Configuration View (page 78) view.
Do not attempt to modify Ring Security without a complete understanding of Token
Ring concepts. Removal of the station acting as the connecting bridge from the
Ring Security Allowed Station List can cause isolation from the ring.
Caution:
Security Administration State
This section allows you to choose the level of security for the ring. You may only select one option at a time. Click
on the desired option to select it. The buttons indent to indicate the selected option.
Disable
Disables the ring security. All stations are allowed
on the ring.
Enable with Alarm
Enables the ring security, and any station
entering the ring will generate an alarm unless it
is on the secure list. The device will place the
station address on the Allowed Stations list.
Enable with Remove and Alarm
Enables the ring security, and any station not on
the secure list that enters or currently resides on
the ring will generate an alarm and be removed
from the ring.
Allowed Stations
Displays the list of stations currently allowed on
the ring. Double-clicking on an item in the list
moves it to the Disallowed Stations window.
However, you cannot move a station from the
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Allowed Stations window if the security is set to
Enable with Alarm. A symbol (>) indicates that
this station has recently been moved to the
Disallowed Stations window from the Allowed
Station window, and will remain until the
changes are applied.
applied. You cannot move a station from the
Allowed Stations window if the security is set to
Enable with Alarm.
<
Disallowed Stations
Acts as a scratch pad or buffer to store addresses
currently disallowed on the ring, but you may
want to move to the Allowed Stations window in
the future. The ring does not read this buffer to
deny ring access to certain stations, but rather
denies access to all stations not explicitly listed in
the Allowed Stations window. Double-clicking on
an item in the list will move it to the Allowed
Stations window. A symbol (<) indicates that this
station has recently been moved to the Allowed
Stations window from the Disallowed Station
window, and will remain until the changes are
applied.
>
Moves the selected station from the Allowed
Stations window to the Disallowed Stations
window. A symbol (>) indicates that this station
has recently been moved to the Disallowed
Stations window from the Allowed Station
window, and will remain until the changes are
Moves the selected station from the Disallowed
Stations window to the Allowed Stations window.
A symbol (<) indicates that this station has
recently been moved to the Allowed Stations
window from the Disallowed Station window, and
will remain until the changes are applied.
ADD
Allows you to add a new station. The station
address must be added in valid hex MAC address
form, and valid separators are the colon (:), period
(.), and dash (-). You can add the new station to
either the Allowed or Disallowed Station window
by selecting the appropriate option in the ADD
Station dialog box. A symbol (+) indicates that
this station has recently been added, and will
remain until the changes are applied. Selecting a
recently added and still marked (+) station and
clicking on the DELETE button will remove it
from the window.
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DELETE
Apply
Allows you to remove the selected station (refer to
the CAUTION earlier in this section). You may
remove any station address except that belonging
to the device itself, or a station from the Allowed
Stations window if the security is set to Enable
with Alarm. A symbol (-) indicates that this
station has been marked for removal, and will
remain until the changes are applied, at which
time the station is actually removed from the
window. Selecting the station and clicking on the
ADD button will remove the symbol (-) and
unmark the station for removal. This button will
also remove a station marked with the symbol (+).
Applies all changes made to the Allowed and
Disallowed Stations windows, writing the list from
the Allowed Stations window to the device and
from the Disallowed Stations window to
SPECTRUM, and removes all indicator markings
from the modified stations.
Read
Updates the Allowed and Disallowed Stations
windows by reading the saved values from both
the device and SPECTRUM. This serves to reset
any changes you made to either window but did
not apply.
Delete All Allowed Stations
Cancel
Allows you to remove all of the stations in the
Allowed Stations window (refer to the CAUTION
earlier in this section). A symbol (-) marks all of
the items in the window, indicating that the
stations have been designated for removal, and
will remain until the changes are applied, at
which time the stations are actually removed from
the window. This option will remove all station
addresses except that belonging to the device
itself. Selecting a station and clicking on the ADD
button will remove the symbol (-) and unmark
that station for removal.
Exits from the view. Only changes that have been
applied will be saved.
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Changing the Ring Security State
To change the level of security on the ring, follow
these steps:
1
Click on the desired security option.
2
Click on the Apply button and then select OK
in the confirmation window.
may be a problem contacting the device, or the
address you are trying to add to the station’s
allowed list may already exist. Click on the Read
button before attempting another update.
If the new security state cannot be written to the
device, a Cannot Update error message appears.
There may be a problem contacting the device, or
the firmware may not have updated. Click on the
Read button before attempting another update.
Adding Stations
To add stations to the view, do the following:
1
Click on the ADD button. A pop-up dialog box
appears.
2
Enter the station address in the text entry
field following the guidelines described in the
ADD button description earlier in this
section.
3
Select the option corresponding to the list you
want to add the station to (Allowed or
Disallowed) and click Apply.
If the new station cannot be written to the device,
a Cannot Update error message appears. There
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SFCS System Configuration View
This view contains information used to set up and configure each Virtual Switch. It contains the following
information:
Admin Status
Sets the administrative state of the Secure Fast
Cell Switching (SFCS) services for this virtual
switch. This controls the SFCS state at a chassis
level. Regardless of the per-interface state of each
SFCS switching element and the state of active
connections, writing the value disabled causes
the entire switch to immediately shutdown.
Oper Status
Indicates the current operating condition of this
switch. Possible values are described in Table 27.
Table 27:
Operating Status Values
Value
Description
enabled
running
disabled
not running
pending-disable
shut-down in progress
pending-enable
start-up in progress
invalid-config
not running, invalid configuration
Table 27:
Value
other
Operating Status Values
Description
none of the above
Oper Time
Indicates the amount of time that this switch
system has been in its current operational state.
Last Change
Indicates the last time a change was made to the
configuration entry for this switch.
Switch Capacity
Indicates the maximum capacity of the switch in
megabytes.
Max Cnx Entries
Indicates the maximum number of connections
which can be established on this switch.
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Max Stat Entries
Indicates the maximum number of stats enabled
VCs for this switch.
PNNI NSAP Prefix
This is the 13-byte Network Server Access Point
(NSAP) prefix to use with address registration.
Max UPC Entries
Indicates the maximum number of UPC enabled
VCs for this switch.
PNNI Node Level
This is the PNNI node level value. The range can
be from 0 to 104.
Firmware Version
This is the Firmware Version of the switch.
PNNI Addressing Mode
This is the PNNI addressing mode. Possible modes
are listed in Table 28.
ANIM Count
Indicates the number of ATM Network Interface
Modules (ANIMs) currently configured on this
switch.
Table 28:
Mode
Interface Capability
Indicates the total bandwidth capability (transmit
and receive) for this switch expressed in Mbps.
Type of Switch
Indicates what type of switch this is. Possible
values are sfcellswitch, sfpacketswitch, and
other.
PNNI Addressing Modes
Description
automode-MAC
address configured automatically,
based on MAC address
automode-board
address configured automatically,
based on board number
manual
address configured manually
PNNI Addressing Admin Status
Displays the the PNNI addressing administrative
status.
Policing Support
Indicates whether this switch supports policing.
CTM Slot Mask
This is the slot mask for all CTM boards in the
chassis. The least significant bit represents slot 1.
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SFCS System Status View
This table contains the objects that pertain to the operational status of a Virtual Switch. It provides the following:
TDM Cell Count
Indicates the total number of cells being
transferred across the Time Division Multiplexing
(TDM) backplane for the entire switch.
Currrent UPC Entries
Indicates the current number of Usage Parameter
Control (UPC) entries for this switch.
TDM Utilization
Indicates the total percentage of TDM utilization
for the switch.
Current Stat Entries
Indicates the current number of statistics entries
for this switch.
Current Connection Entries
Indicates the current number of connection
entries for this switch.
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SFCS System System Configuration View
The following information pertains to the setup and configuration of the Virtual Switch.
Admin Reset
Resets this Virtual Switch. Writing a value of
reset will force a restart of the entire switch,
without any graceful shutdown. Any active
connections or services will be interrupted.
ATOM Persistence
This enables or disables ATOM mib persistence.
VC Size
This entry is the size of Virtual Connections (VCs)
allocated for all Virtual Paths (VPs) in the switch.
Power Up Diagnostics
This enables or disables power-up diagnostics.
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SFCS Module Configuration Table View
This table contains the configuration and administrative information for each SFCS module. It provides the
following:
Slot
The primary index to the SFCS switch table. This
identifies the chassis slot number for this switch
module.
Admin Status
Sets the administrative state of the SFCS
switching services for this SFCS module. This
controls the SFCS state at a module level.
Regardless of the per-interface state of each SFCS
switching interface and the state of active
connections. Writing the value disabled will
cause the SFCS to immediately shutdown. A
graceful shutdown will be attempted.
Oper Status
Indicates the current operating condition of the
SFCS module.
Last Change
Indicates the last time a change was made to the
configuration entry for this SFCS switch module.
SFCS MIB Version
Indicates the current version, expressed as an
integer, of the SFCS MIB for this switch module.
SFCS MIB Rev
Indicates the current revision level of the
Cabletron SFCS MIB for this switch module.
Switch Host Port
Indicates the switch port that is attached to the
host.
Host Ctrl ATM Address
Indicates the ATM address of the host.
Oper Time
Indicates the amount of time that this SFCS
module has been in its current operational state.
Switch Capacity
Indicates the maximum bandwidth based on the
current configuration of the switch module.
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Max Cnx Entries
Indicates the maximum number of connections
which can be established on this switch module.
Max Stat Entries
Indicates the maximum number of stats enabled
VCs for this switch module.
Max UPC Entries
Indicates the maximum number of UPC enabled
VCs for this switch module.
Number of ANIMS
Indicates the number of ATM Network Interface
Modules (ANIMs) currently configured on this
switch module.
Bw Capability
Indicates the total bandwidth capability for this
switch engine, expressed in Mbps.
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SFCS Module StatusTable View
This table contains the status information for each SFCS switch module. It provides the following:
Slot Index
Displays the primary index to the SFCS switch
table. This identifies the chassis slot number for
this SFCS module.
Curr CTM Agent
Indicates the current board number.
TDM Cell Count
Indicates the total number of cells being
transferred across the TDM backplane for this
switch module.
TDM Utilization
Indicates the percentage of TDM utilization for
this switch module.
Curr Cnx Entries
Indicates the current number of connection
entries for this switch module.
Curr UPC Entries
Indicates the current number of UPC entries for
this switch module.
Curr Stats Entries
Indicates the current number of statistics entries
for this switch module.
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Module UPC Table View
This table contains the Usage Parameter Control information for this SFCS module. It provides the following:
Slot Index
Displays the primary index to the SFCS switch
table. This identifies the slot number for this
SFCS module.
Admin Status
Sets the administrative state of the SFCS
module's UPC engine.
Oper Status
Indicates the operational state of the SFCS
module's UPC engine.
Oper Time
Indicates the amount of time that the UPC engine
has been active for this switch module.
Reset
Resets the UPC engine for this SFCS module.
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Statistics Engine Table View
This table contains information for the Statistics engine for a particular switch module. It provides the following:
switch counters to 0 and causes Oper Time to
also be reset to 0.
Slot Index
Displays the primary index to the SFCS stats
engine table. This identifies the chassis slot
number for this SFCS module.
Admin Status
Sets the administrative state of the SFCS switch
statistics engine. Writing a value of enabled
causes these counters to become active for this
SFCS switch instance. Writing a value of
disabled causes these counters to become
inactive for this SFCS module.
Oper Status
Indicates the operational state of the SFCS switch
statistics engine for this switch module.
Oper Time
Indicates the amount of time that the SFCS
switch statistics have been active for this switch
module.
Reset
Resets the SFCS switch counters for this SFCS
module. Writing a value of reset resets the SFCS
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ANIM Configuration Table View
This table contains the managed objects used to set up and configure each SFCS ANIM. It contains the
following:
ANIM Index
Specifies the ATM Network Interface Module
(ANIM) with which you are dealing.
Admin Status
Sets the administrative state of the SFCS switch
ANIM.
Oper Status
Indicates the operational state of the SFCS switch
ANIM for this SFCS ANIM instance.
ANIM Type
Indicates the type of physical interface for this
ANIM.
Number of Ifs
Indicates the number of operational interfaces for
this ANIM.
Line Rate
Indicates the line rate per port, in Mbps, for this
ANIM.
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ANIM Status Table View
This table contains the managed objects used to keep track of, transmit, and receive counts and bandwidth for
each SFCS ANIM.
ANIM Index
A unique value that specifies the ANIM with
which you are dealing.
Rx Cells
Indicates the number of cells received from this
ANIM's interfaces.
Tx Cells
Indicates the number of cells transmitted from
this ANIM's interfaces.
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Interface Configuration Table View
This table contains the managed objects used to set up and configure each SFCS switching interface.
If Index
Specifies the interface with which you are dealing.
Buffers Allocated
Indicates the number of cells in transmit buffer
memory.
channelRecoveredClockFromPort3,
channelRecoveredClockFromPort4,
channelRecoveredClockFromPort5,
channelRecoveredClockFromPort6, and
notSupported.
Queue Count
Indicates the number of priority queues
configured on this interface.
Sig Stack Id
Indicates the user signalling stack ID for this
interface.
Clocking From Mother Board
The ANIM clocking source from the mother board.
Possible values are: localanimclock,
motherboardMasterClock, recoveredclock, and
notSupported.
Clocking To Mother Board
The ANIM clocking source to the mother board.
Possible values are :
localAnimClock,channelRecoveredClockFromP
ort1, channelRecoveredClockFromPort2,
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Interface Statistics Table View
This table contains the objects that specify the packet and byte counters for each configured SFCS switching
interface. It provides the following:
If Index
A unique value identifying the interface with
which you are dealing.
Overflow Dropped Cell Count
Indicates the number of cells that were dropped
due to queue overflows.
Rx Errors
Indicates the number of receive path lookup
invalid and out of range errors.
VPI Lookup Invalid Errors
Indicates the number of Virtual Path Identifier
(VPI) lookup invalid and out of range errors.
Rx Cnx Lookup Invalid Errors
Indicates the number of receive connection
lookup invalid errors.
Rx Cell Count
Indicates the number of receive cells on this
interface.
Tx Cell Count
Indicates the number of transmit cells on this
interface.
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Connection Configuration Table View
This table contains the connection configuration information.
Index
Displays a unique value used to identify this
cross-connect.
Low If Index
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the low MIB II IfIndex value of the ATM interface
port for this cross-connect.
Low VPI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the low VPI value at the ATM interface associated
with the cross-connect that is identified by Index.
Low VCI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the low VCI value at the ATM interface associated
with this cross-connect that is identified by
Index.
High If Index
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the high MIB II IfIndex value of the ATM
interface port for this cross-connect.
High VPI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the high VPI value at the ATM interface
associated with the cross-connect that is
identified by Index.
High VCI
Displays the value that is equal to the high VCI
value at the ATM interface associated with this
cross-connect that is identified by Index.
Type
Indicates the connection type for this VC. Possible
values are: point-to-point-vpl, point-tompoint-vpl, mpoint-to-mpoint-vpl, point-topoint-vcl, point-to-mpoint-vcl, and mpointto-mpoint-vcl.
TM Type
Indicates the type of traffic management used on
this VC. Possible values are er, efci, and
other.
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UPC Enable
Indicates whether UPC policing is enabled on this
VC.
Stats Enable
Indicates whether statistics will be kept on this
VC.
Stats Table Counter Size
Indicates the size of the drop counter for this VC.
Owner
Indicates the owner of this cross-connect.
Possible values are: other, own, and dontown.
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Connection Statistics Table
This table contains the connection configuration information. It provides the following:
CC Index
Displays the unique value used to identify this
cross-connect.
CC Low If Index
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the low MIB II IfIndex value of the ATM interface
port for this cross-connect.
CC Low VPI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the low VPI value at the ATM interface associated
with the cross-connect that is identified by
Index.
CC Low VCI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the low VCI value at the ATM interface associated
with this cross-connect that is identified by
Index.
CC High If Index
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the high MIB II IfIndex value of the ATM
interface port for this cross-connect.
CC High VPI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the high VPI value at the ATM interface
associated with the cross-connect that is
identified by Index.
CC High VCI
Displays the value of this object that is equal to
the high VCI value at the ATM interface
associated with this cross-connect that is
identified by Index.
Lo to Hi Tx Cells
Indicates the Low to High transmitted cell count
for this connection.
Lo to Hi Dropped Cells
Indicates the Low to High dropped cell count for
this connection.
Lo to Hi Tagged Cells
Indicates the Low to High tagged cell count for
this connection.
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Hi to Lo Tx Cells
Indicates the High to Low transmitted cell count
for this connection.
Hi to Lo Dropped Cells
Indicates the High to Low dropped cell count for
this connection.
Hi to Lo Tagged Cells
Indicates the High to Low tagged cell count for
this connection.
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Queue Configuration Table View
This group contains the managed objects for maintaining SFCS queues.
If Index
Identifies the interface with which you are
dealing.
Queue
The index that specifies the transmit queue with
which you are dealing.
Size
Indicates the size of the transmit queue for this
queue.
EFCI Low Threshold
Indicates the lower threshold used for EFCI for
this queue. This level is expressed as the
percentage of this queue's size.
RM Threshold
Indicates the RM queue threshold expressed as a
percentage of the queue's size. When this level is
hit, a management message is sent to the sender
notifying it to slow down.
Bandwidth
Indicates the percentage of this interface's
bandwidth, utilized by this particular queue.
Clp Drop Threshold
Indicates the queue level to start dropping cells
with a Cell Loss Priority equal to one (CLP = 1).
This level is expressed as the percentage of this
queue's size.
Congestion Threshold
Indicates the level at which to consider this queue
congested. This level is expressed as the
percentage of this queue's size.
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Queue Statistics Table View
This table contains the statistics information for all queues on the SFCS. It provides the following:
If Index
A unique value that identifies the interface with
which you are dealing.
Queue
Displays the index that specifies the queue with
which you are dealing.
Tx Cells Discarded
Indicates the number of cells with CLP=1 that
were discarded.
Tx Cells Dropped
Indicates the number of cells that overflowed the
buffer.
Peak Level
Indicates the peak level since last read.
Tx Cells
Indicates the transmit cell count on a per queue
basis.
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CTM Interface Configuration Table View
This table contains the configuration information of each configured SHEMP interface. It provides the following:
If Index
The unique value that identifies which interface
you are dealing with.
Buffer Allocated
Indicates the number of cells in transmit buffer
memory.
Type
Sets the type of interface access attribute for the
SFCS interfaces. Possible attributes are described
in Table 29.
# of Queues
Indicates the number of priority queues
configured on this interface.
Table 29:
Attirbute
SFCS Attribute Types
Description
accessPort
allow single user or shared access
and perform statisics and control
networkPort
equivalent to trunk ports with no
access control
hostManagement
Port
indicates the (virtual) port to which
the (internal) management agent is
attached
hostControlPort
indicates the port to redirect nonmanagement packets
Sig Stack Id
Indicates the user signalling stack ID for this
interface.
Clocking
The anim clocking source. Possible values are
generatedTransmitClock,
channelRecoveredClock, systemMasterClock,
and notSupported.
Next VPI
Indicates the next VPI for this interface.
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CTM Interface Statistics Table View
This view contains the objects that specify the packet and byte counters for each configured SFCS switching
interface.
If Index
A unique numeric value that identifies the
interface you are dealing with.
Rx Errs
Indicates the number of receive path lookup
invalid and out of range errors.
VPI Lookup Invalid Errs
Indicates the number of VPI lookup invalid and
out of range errors.
Rx Cnx Lookup Invalid Errs
Indicates the number of receive connection
lookup invalid errors.
Allocated Rx BW
Indicates the allocated receive bandwidth.
Allocated Tx BW
Indicates the allocated transmit bandwidth.
Rx Cell Count
Indicates the number of receive cells on this
interface.
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CTM Queue Configuration Table View
This table contains the CTM configuration information for all queues on the SFCS. It includes the following:
IF Index
A unique value that identifies the interface with
which you are dealing.
Queue
The index that identifies the transmit queue with
which you are dealing.
Size
Indicates the size of the transmit queue.
Bandwidth
Indicates the percentage of this interface's
bandwidth utilized by this particular queue.
EFCI Low Threshold
Indicates the lower threshold used for Explicit
Forward Congestion Indication (EFCI) for this
queue. This level is expressed as the percentage
of this queue's size.
RM Threshold
Indicates the Remote Management (RM) queue
threshold expressed as a percentage of the
queue's size. When this level is hit, a
management message is sent to the sender
notifying it to slow down.
Clp Drop Threshold
Indicates the queue level to start dropping CLP=1
cells for this queue. This level is expressed as the
percentage of this queue's size.
Congestion Threshold
Indicates the level at which to consider this queue
congested. This level is expressed as the
percentage of this queue's size.
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CTM Queue Statistics Table View
This view contains the statistics information for all queues on the SFCS.
If Index
A unique value that indicates which interface you
are dealing with.
Queue
The index that idfentifies the queue with which
we are dealing.
Tx Cells Discarded
Indicates the number of cells with Cell Loss
Priority equal to one (CLP=1) that were discarded
for this queue.
Tx Cells Dropped
Indicates the number of cells that overflowed the
buffer for this queue.
Peak Level
Indicates the peak level since last read for this
queue.
Tx Cells
Indicates the transmit cell count on a per queue
basis.
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BW Manager NIM Information Table View
This table contains contains information about the administrative status of the NIM
Nim Index
A unique value that identifies which Network
Information Module (NIM) you are dealing with.
This reference is in the same format as MIB II's
Interface index.
Admin Status
Indicates the administrative status of this NIM.
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BW Manager Port Information Table View
This table contains the following information:
Port Index
This index identifies the port with which you are
dealing.
Admin Status
Indicates the administrative status of this Port.
Forward Physical Bandwidth
This is the forward physical bandwidth of the port
measured in cells per second.
Reverse Physical Bandwidth
This is the reverse physical bandwidth of the port
measured in cells per second.
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BW Manager Port Pool Limits Table View
This table contains the lowing information:
Port Index
A unique numeric value that specifies which Port
you are dealing with.
Pool Index
This index specifies the Pool within the Port that
you are dealing with.
Max Allocated Bw Forward
Upper Limit for BW to be allocated in a forward
direction. It defaults to the physical BW and is set
by administrative action. Can't be set to a value
greater than physical BW
Max Allocated Bw Reverse
Upper Limit for BW to be allocated in a reverse
direction. It defaults to the physical BW and is set
by administrative action. Can't be set to a value
greater than physical BW
Bw Allocated Formula
Determines which of three formulas will be used
for computing the amount of variable bandwidth
to be allocated. Possible values are listed in Table
30.
Table 30:
Value
BW Allocated Formula Vlaues
Description
0
Conservative: This allocates the
full amount of varibale bandwidth.
This is the default value.
1
Moderate: This allocates
approximately half of the variable
bandwidth.
2
Liberal: This supports very
aggresive allocation and should be
used with caution.
Bw Constant
A ratio used in formulas for computing the
amount of variable bandwidth to be allocated.
Valid values are from 1 to 255, which is the
numerator of a fraction whose fixed denominator
is 256. Thus the value 255 is really 255/256 (the
most conservative value) ; the value 1 is really
1/256 (the most liberal value); and the value 128
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255.
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BW Manager Port Pool Statistics Table View
This table contains the following ionformation:
Port
A unique value that specifies which Port you are
dealing with
Avail Bw Rev
The current amount of available bandwidth in the
reverse direction.
Pool
This index specifiesthe Pool within the Port that
you are dealing with.
Peak Bw Fwd
The peak amount of allocated bandwidth in the
forward direction since the port was initialized or
the switch was reset.
Cnx Count Forward
The current total number of calls in the forward
direction.
Peak Bw Rev
The peak amount of allocated bandwidth in the
reverse direction since the port was initialized or
the switch was reset.
Cnx Count Rev
The current total number of calls in the reverse
direction.
Alloc Bw Fwd
The current amount of allocated bandwidth in the
forward direction
Alloc Bw Rev
The current amount of allocated bandwidth in the
reverse direction
Avail Bw Fwd
The current amount of available bandwidth in the
forward direction.
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BW Manager Port Pool Trap Management Table View
This table contains the following information:
Port
A unique value that specifies the port with which
you are dealing.
Pool
This index specifies the Pool within the Port that
you are dealing with.
Fwd Alloc Bw Upper
The upper threshold for the Alloc BW fwd trap.
When an allocation causes the currently allocated
bandwidth to exceed this value, a trap is
generated.
Rev Alloc Bw Upper
The upper threshold for the Alloc BW revtrap.
When an allocation causes the currently allocated
bandwidth to exceed this valu,e a trap is
generated.
Rev Alloc Bw Lower
The lower threshold for the Alloc BW rev trap.
When an allocation causes a currently allocated
bandwidth to fall below this value, a trap is
generated.
Fwd Peak Bw
The upper threshold for the Peak BW fwd trap.
When an allocation causes the currently allocated
bandwidth to exceed this value, a trap is
generated.
Rev Peak Bw
The upper threshold for the Peak BW rev trap.
When an allocation causes the currently allocated
bandwidth to exceed this value, a trap is
generated.
Fwd Alloc Bw Lower
The lower threshold for the Alloc BW fwd trap.
When an allocation causes the currently allocated
bandwidth to fall below this value, a trap is
generated.
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Modeling Considerations
Some conditions apply concerning the placement
(modeling) of model types within SPECTRUM
views. The following restrictions apply:
Figure 27:
Example SmartSwitch 9000
Topology
Front Panel Interface LAN Icons
• Ethernet devices can be modeled in the
Universe Topology view or an 802.3 LAN
Topology view
• Token Ring devices can only be modeled in an
802.5 LAN Topology view
• FDDI devices can only be modeled in an FDDI
LAN Topology view
802.3 LAN
802.3 LAN
802.3 LAN
Model Name
9E133-36
9E133-36
Example of a Modeled Network
Topology View
SmartSwitch 9000
FDDI
The following example shows two 9E133-36
Ethernet MicroLAN Switch Modules and their
network connections as displayed in the Topology
view in SPECTRUM.
FNB1 or FNB2
(Backplane)
Model Name
9E133-36
9E133-36
802.3 LAN
802.3 LAN
802.3 LAN
Front Panel Interface LAN Icons
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Manual Modeling
Summary
Modeling the SmartSwitch 9000 chassis
manually in SPECTRUM involves modeling one of
the modules contained within the chassis,
locating the SmartSwitch 9000 Location icon in
the Lost and Found View, creating a Room
Location View and copying the SmartSwitch 9000
Location icon to the Room Location View. From
the SmartSwitch 9000 Location View icon you
can access the views available for the
SmartSwitch 9000 Chassis.
Modeling the modules contained in the
SmartSwitch 9000 can be done using
AutoDiscovery (refer to the AutoDiscovery
User’s Guide) or manually as described in this
chapter.
The SmartSwitch 9000 is managed through the
icons and views that represent the modules it
contains, the Flexible Network Buses (FNB1 and
FNB2), the Internal Network Bus (INB), the
Environmental Module (EM), and the front panel
interfaces.
Preparation and Topology View
Definitions
Before modeling the SmartSwitch 9000 , you
should be familiar with SPECTRUM’s functions as
described in the Administration and Operation
documentation. You should be familiar with any
network management and hardware
requirements described in the SmartSwitch 9000
hardware documentation. You will also need to
know the IP addresses, MAC addresses, and
chassis positions of the modules contained within
the SmartSwitch 9000 chassis. A worksheet is
provided, for your convenience, to be used during
the modeling of your SmartSwitch 9000 and the
modules it contains.Use this worksheet to identify
the IP address, MAC address, module type, and
position of each module. This information will be
used to model the modules contained within the
SmartSwitch 9000 chassis.
For the purpose of this chapter, the Topology
Views are defined as follows:
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• Topology View refers to the view that the
FDDI LAN (backplane), other networks
(frontpanel interfaces), and some modules are
modeled in
• FDDI LAN Topology View refers to the view
that contains the FddiMAC models that
represent the connections to the FNB
Modeling the Chassis
The SmartSwitch 9000 chassis is modeled
indirectly using one of the modules it contains.
Model one of the modules contained within the
chassis as follows:
1
Using a copy of the worksheet provided (Table
31), identify the modules contained in the
SmartSwitch 9000 to be modeled.
2
Select one of the modules listed on the
worksheet.
3
Refer to Modeling the Modules in the Chassis
(page 133) section and model the selected
module.
Once the first module has been modeled and an
icon representing that module exists, the Chassis
icon is automatically created and placed in the
Lost &Found View.
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Table 31:
ChassisPosition
Example
SmartSwitch 9000 Module Identification Worksheet
Module Type
9F116-01
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IP Address
192:168:123:45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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Placing the Chassis Location Icon
in the Location View
The Chassis Location icon must be copied into a
Room Location View to allow access to the views
available from the Location icon. Create a Room
Location View as follows:
1
2
3
9
a
Select New View from the View menu.
b
Select Lost & Found from the New View
menu.
Copy the Chassis Location icon into the Room
View as follows:
a
From the View menu select New View >
Location.
From the Lost & Found View, select Edit
from the File menu.
b
From the File menu select Edit > New
Model.
Select the MMACPlus model type and
select Copy from the Edit menu.
c
Go back to the Room Location View and
select Edit from the File menu.
d
Select Paste from the Edit menu and exit
the edit mode.
e
Return to the Lost & Found View and click
the right mouse button to exit the Edit
mode. Click the right mouse button to exit
the Lost & Found View.
Select the desired location (Building, Country,
etc.) from the Select Model Type dialog box.
Click OK.
4
Enter a Name for the Location View created
and a Security String (optional) in the
Creating Location dialog box. Click OK.
5
When the icon appears in the Location View,
exit the Edit mode.
6
Double-click the icon to open its Location
View.
7
Repeat steps 3 through 8 until the Select
Model Type dialog box lists the Room Location
model type. Create the Room Location model.
8
Locate the Chassis icon in the Lost & Found
View as follows:
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Modeling the Modules in the
Chassis
The following instructions are used to manually
model modules in the SmartSwitch 9000 . The
“Quick Steps” are intended to provide a basic
understanding of the process as well as a quick
reference for modeling the modules. For more
detailed instructions for modeling modules in the
SmartSwitch 9000 , refer to the procedures
following the “Quick Steps.” To model the
modules in the SmartSwitch 9000 using
AutoDiscovery, refer to the AutoDiscovery
User’s Guide.
Quick Steps
1
In the Topology view, create an FDDI LAN
model to represent the FNB (FNB1 or FNB2).
Note:
Note:
Some modules cannot be modeled in
the Universe Topology view. If you
attempt to model a module that
cannot be modeled at this level, you
will get an error message. This
indicates that the module must be
modeled in the FDDI LAN Topology
View described in step 3
2
In the Topology view, model the modules that
can be modeled at this level (from the
worksheet) that are connected to the FNB
(FNB1 or FNB2) you modeled in step 1.
3
Open the FDDI LAN Topology view and model
the modules (from the worksheet) that must
be modeled at this level (refer to the Modeling
the Chassis (page 130) section).
4
If you have RingView for FDDI installed, copy
at least one model’s FddiMAC Application icon
into the FDDI LAN Topology view and select
Current View Information from the Icon
Subviews menu. Model the ring using the
procedures described in the RingView for
FDDI User’s Guide.
5
If you do not have RingView for FDDI
installed, copy the FddiMAC or GenFDDIMAC
Application icon for each module’s model into
the FDDI LAN Topology view.
6
Position the FddiMAC or GenFddiMAC icons
in a ring in the order described in the Station
List for one of the FddiMACs.
7
Connect the FddiMAC or GenFddiMAC icons
by drawing pipes between the adjacent icons
in the ring.
8
Resolve the adjacent FddiMAC Off-Page
Reference icons in the Device Topology views.
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Modeling the Flexible Network
Bus (FNB)
Model an FDDI LAN to represent the FNB (FNB1
or FNB2) as follows:
1
Select New Model... from the Edit menu.
3
Select FDDI from the Select Model Type
dialog box. Click OK.
4
5
• 9F426-08
• 9E423-24
In the Topology View, select Edit from the
File menu.
2
Modeling the Modules Connected to the FNB
(page 134). The following modules may be
connected to the INB within the SmartSwitch
9000 :
The INB icon representing the physical
connection to the INB will appear as shown below
Model Name
Enter a Name for the FNB to be created and a
Security String (optional) in the Creating
FDDI dialog box. Click OK.
9E423-24
Model Name
INB2
9E423-24
Click the right mouse button to exit the edit
mode.
Modeling the Modules
Connected to the INB
Modeling the Modules
Connected to the FNB
When modules that are connected to the INB are
modeled, the INB is represented by an INB icon.
This icon will appear automatically when two or
more models are created in SPECTRUM. Model
each device using the New Model... or New Model
By IP... options. For modeling instructions for
those devices also connected to the FNB, refer to
Some modules are modeled in the Topology view
that contains the FDDI LAN, while others are
modeled in the FDDI LAN Topology view (within
the FDDI LAN model). The following modules
must be modeled in a FDDI LAN Topology view:
• 9F120-08
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• 9F122-12
• 9F125-08
• 9F241-12
1
In the Topology view, model the modules
listed in the worksheet that are connected to
the FNB as follows:
a
Select Edit from the File menu.
b
Select New Model By IP... (used for
example) from the Edit menu.
c
Enter the Network (IP) Address (from the
work sheet) and the Community String
(optional) for the module you wish to
model. Click OK.
d
Click on the model’s icon with the left
mouse button and position the model with
respect to the FDDI LAN icon.
e
2
Repeat steps b through d until all
appropriate modules are modeled at this
level. Click the right mouse button to exit
the edit mode.
Double-click the Topology Arrow on the FDDI
LAN to open the FDDI Topology view. Model
the modules listed in the worksheet not
modeled in the Topology view, that are
connected to the FNB as follows:
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a
In the FDDI Topology view, select Edit
from the File menu.
b
Select New Model By IP... (used for
example) from the Edit menu.
c
Enter the Network (IP) Address (from the
work sheet) and the Community String
(optional) for the module you wish to
model. Click OK.
d
Click on the model’s icon with the left
mouse button and position the model.
e
Repeat steps b through d until all
remaining modules are modeled in this
view.
f
Position the model icons at the top left
corner of the FDDI LAN Topology view.
g
Exit Edit mode.
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Building the FNB Ring in the
FDDI LAN Topology View
3
From the Topology view, click the Topology
Arrow on the FDDI LAN icon to open the FDDI
LAN Topology view.
The FNB ring displays the FDDI Media Access
Controller (FddiMAC) models or GenFddiMAC
models representing the connection to the FNB
ring on the backplane. To model the ring
automatically use the procedure described in the
RingView for FDDI User’s Guide. To build a
ring manually you must copy the FddiMAC or
GenFddiMAC Application icons from each
module’s Application view into the FDDI LAN
Topology view as follows:
4
Paste the FddiMAC Application icon into the
FDDI LAN Topology View as follows:
1
From either the Topology view or the FDDI
LAN Topology view, highlight a model icon
and select Application from the Icon
Subviews menu or double-click the
Application view Label.
2
Copy the FddiMAC Application Icon from the
Application view as follows:
a
Select Edit from the File menu.
b
Highlight the FddiMAC Application Icon.
c
Select Copy from the Edit menu.
d
Exit Edit mode and the Application View.
5
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a
Select Edit from the File menu.
b
Select Paste from the Edit menu.
c
Drag the FddiMAC or GenFDDIMAC icon
to position it in a ring.
d
Exit Edit mode.
Repeat steps 1 through 4 until all modules
have a FddiMAC or GenFDDIMAC icon in the
FDDI LAN.
SPECTRUM Element Management
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Index
Symbols
< Button 93, 96
<< Button 93
> Button 93, 96
>> Button 93
Numerics
9A128_01 9
9A426_02 9
9E1132-15 9
9E133-36 9
9E138-12 9
9E138-36 9
9E423_24 10
9E423_36 10
9E428_12 10
9E428_36 10
9E429_12 10
9E429_36 10
9F106-02 12
9F116-01 12
9F120_08 12
9F122_12 12
9F125_08 12
9F206-02 12
9F241_12 12
9F426 -02 11
9F426-03 11
9G421-02 12
9G426-02 12
9G429-02 12
9H421_12 11
9H422-12 11
9H423_26 11
9H423_28 11
9H429-12 11
9T122-08 13
9T122-24 13
9T125-08 13
9T125-24 13
9T425-16 13
Contention 74
Error 77
Stations 76
ADD Button 96
Adding Stations 98
Address
Canonical 68
Ethernet 56
MAC 50, 51, 56
Mac 58
Management
Source 65
Physical 56
Source
Traps 65
Admin Reset 99
Admin Status 57, 99, 103, 106, 107,
108
A
A/C 83, 88, 90, 91, 92
A_Port 62
Abort 83
Sequence 91
Accessing SPECTRUM Views 34
Active
(ACT) 46
Monitor 76, 80, 82, 85, 87
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Administration State 78
Administrative Status
Bridging Application 51
Physical Application 50
Administrative Status Label 50
Aging
Interval 65
Alarm 92
Configuration 66
Link Error Rate 63
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States Table Button 88
Table Button 73, 81, 84, 86
Alarms
Broadcast 66
Collisions 66
Error 66
Traffic 66
Alignment 67
Allowed Station 95
Address Table 79
AMP Errors 77
ANIM Index 108, 109
ANIM Type 108
Application
ATM (ATMClientApp) 54
Bridging (CSIBridge) 54
Chassis Manager
(MMACChasApp) 54
DownLoad (CtDownLoad
App) 54
Fast Ethernet (FastEnetApp) 54
FDDI (FddiMAC) 54
MIB-II (SNMP2_Agent) 54
MMACPlus Repeater
(MMACPlusRptr) 54
MMACPlus Token Ring
(MPlusTRApp) 54
Application Access Label 36, 47
Application Icon 53
Application Label
Icon Subviews 42
Application View 19
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Apply
Button 93, 97
Settings to 92
ATM Access Modules 9
ATM Interface Detail View
HEC Errors 72
Received 72
Total 72
Transmitted 72
ATM Network Interface Modules 14
Attribute Walk 44
Auto/Full 28
AutoDiscovery 129, 133
Avail 28
B
B_Port 62
Backplane Device View 27
Backplane Status 25
Beacon 60
Recovery 76
State 77
Blue 46
Bridge
Model Information 42
Performance 42
Bridging Applications 19
Broadcast
Alarms 66
Threshold 66
138 of 145
Buffer Allocated 110
Building
FNB Ring 136
Burst 83, 88, 90, 91, 92
BW 116
Bypassed (BYP) 46
C
C_Wrap
A 61
B 61
S 61
Cancel 93
Button 97
Canonical 68, 79
Button 79
Capacity 99
Change Ring Speed 45
Changing Ring Security State 98
Chassis Device View 26
Chassis Environmental
Information 28
Chassis Module Icon 36
Application 41
Application Display 41
Configuration 41
FNB Config View 41
Interface 41
Model Information 41
Reconfigure Model 41
SPECTRUM Element Management
Claim Token Errors 77
Claim/Beacon Process 60
Clear
Filter
Button 79
Climate 28
Close 74
Clp Drop Threshold 116
Cnx Table Size 99, 104
Collision
Alarms 66
Threshold 66
Collisions
Out of Window 67
Commands 74
Component Table 56
Concentrator 68
Isolated 60
Configuration View 70
Address Type 71
Admin Address 71
Conf VCCs 70
Conf VPCs 70
CSIIf Port 52
Device 56
FddiMAC Device 58
Find 71
ILMI VCI 71
ILMI VPI 70
Max VCCs 70
Max VCI Bits 70
Max VPI Bits 70
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Neighbor Address 71
Neighbor If Name 71
Sort 71
Configuration Views 20
Configure Station Alarms Button 90
Confirguration View
Max VPCs 70
Congestion Threshold 116
Congestions 85, 88, 91, 92
Connecting
Bridge 95
Connection Entries 101, 105
Contact
Status 56
Container View 20
Copy 132
C-ports 13
CRC 67
Create Model By IP Address Dialog
Box 135
Creating Location dialog box 132
CSIIfPort
Configuration 57
Current CTM Agent 105
Current MAC Path 58
Current View Information 133
Cyclical Redundancy Checks 67
D
Dedicated Token Ring. See DTR
139 of 145
Delete
All Allowed Stations Button 97
Button 97
Deltas Button 81, 83, 86
Detect 60
Device Configuration View 56
FddiMAC 58
Device Topology View 32
Device Views 22
Diag Pwr Bus 29
Directed 60
Disable 77, 88, 92, 95
Disabled 78
(DIS) 46
Disallowed Stations 96
DoNotRemove 90
DownLoad Application 56
Downstream 90
DTR (Dedicated Token Ring) 13
E
Enable 74, 77, 88, 92
All Ring Ports 74
All Station Ports 74
With Alarm 95
With Remove and Alarm 95
Enable/Disable
Ethernet Port (Admin Status) 57
FDDI Port 44
Token Ring Port 46
SPECTRUM Element Management
Enabled (ENB) 46
EnabledWithAlarm 78
EnabledWithRemoveAndAlarm 78
Engine Reset 107
Environmental Device View 28
Environmental Module 129
Environmental Module
Information 23
ERCI Low Threshold 116
Error 63, 80, 91
Alarms 66
Monitor Count
Link 62
Monitor Reject Count
Link 63
Rate Alarm
Link 63
Rate Cutoff
Link 63
Rate Estimate
Link 62
Report Timer 74
Source 67
Threshold 66
Ethernet MicroLAN Switch
Modules 9
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB 2
Modules 10
Ethernet SmartSwitch INB
Modules 10
SmartSwitch Series 9000
F
F 28
F1 28
Fan Status/Speed 28
Fast Ethernet INB Modules 11
FDDI
Configuration 43
Icon Subviews Menu
Selections 43, 44
MAC
Device Configuration
View 58
Model Information 43
Node Classes 68
Performance 43
Station List 43
FDDI LAN Topology View 130
FDDI MicroLAN Modules 12
FDDI Port Labels 43
FDDI Repeater Modules 12
FDDI Ring Label 43
FDDI SmartSwitch Modules 11
FDDI Switch Module 12
FddiMAC 133, 136
FddiMAC Device Configuration
View 58
Firmware
Revision 56
Flexible Network Bus 8
Flexible Network Buse 129
FNB
140 of 145
Configuration View 57
FNB 1 and FNB 2 Icons 49
FNB 1/FNB 2 25
Frame
Copied 91
Count 77
Frame Rate Label 43, 45
Frame Size
Maximum 56
FrameCopied 85
Frames 80, 91
Frequency 85, 91
G
Gauge
Logical 50, 51
Gauge Label 51
GenFDDIMAC 133, 136
Giants 67
Gigabit Ethernet SmartSwitch
Modules 12
Gray 46
Green 46
H
Hardware
Reset 74
HEC Errors 72
SPECTRUM Element Management
Hi to Lo Dropped Cells 115
Hi to Lo Tagged Cells 115
Hi to Lo Tx Cells 115
High If Index 112, 114
High VCI 112, 114
High VPI 112, 114
Host
Configuration 74
Error Status 75
Host Ctrl ATM Address 103
Humidity 28
I
Icon
Application 53
ATM Chassis Module 40
Backplane Module 46
Chassis Module 36
Ethernet Chassis Module 37
FDDI Chassis Module 38
Interface 50
Token Ring Chassis Module 39
Icon Subviews 55
Icon Subviews Menu
Application Label 42
Chassis Module 41
FDDI Port Label 44
FDDI Ring Label 43
Interface 52
Interface Label 42
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Token Ring Label 45
Icons 36
IF Description 57
If Index 110, 111, 116, 117
IN.OUT Header Support 100
INB
definition 11
INB 1 and INB 2 Icons 49
INB 1/ INB 2 25
INB 1/INB 2 25
INB Term 29
INB1/INB2 25
INB2 11
In-Band ATM Support 128
Index 56, 112, 114, 116
Initial (INIT) 46
Inserted (INS) 46
Interface
Icon 50
Index 57
Number 50
Type 57
Interface Capability 100
Interface Configuration Table 56
Interface Device View 31
Interface Labels 36
Interface Number Label 50
Interface Status Label 36
Interface Type and Number
Label 36
Internal 83, 88, 90, 91, 92
Internal Network Bus 8, 129
141 of 145
Isolated 61
Isolating Errors Table Button 81
L
Last Change 99, 103
Line 82, 87, 90, 91, 92
Line Rate 108
Link
Error
Monitor
Count 62
Reject Count 63
Rate
Alarm 63
Cutoff 63
Estimate 62
Traps 65
Lo to Hi Dropped Cells 114
Lo to Hi Tagged Cells 114
Lo to Hi Tx Cells 114
Local
A 61
AB 61
B 61
S 61
Logical
FDDI
Icon Subviews Menu
Selections 44
Lost Frames 77, 85, 91
SPECTRUM Element Management
Low If Index 112, 114
Low VCI 112, 114
Low VPI 112, 114
M
MAC
Address 51, 58
Label 50
Button 79
Configuration 58
Count 58
MAC Address 51
Mac Cnx Entries 99
Main Pwr Bus 29
Master 62
Ports 58, 68
Max Cnx Entries 104
Max Stat Entries 100, 104
Max UPC Entries 100
Max VCCs 70
Max VPCs 70
Max VPI Bits 70
Maximum
Frame Size 56
MIB-II Applications 19
Miscellaneous Applications 19
Model
FDDI LAN 133
Model Information View 33, 52
Model Type Label 36, 47
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Model Types 15
Modeling
Flexible Network Bus 134
Module 134
Modules 134
Quick Steps 133
Modify Allowed Station List
Button 79
Modifying the Threshold Settings 94
Module Identification Labels 36
Module View 21
Filter... 21
Search 21
Statistics 21
Monitor
Reject Count
Link Error 63
Monitor Count
Link Error 62
N
Neighbor
Notification Protocol 59
Upstream 60, 68
Neighbor Id 110
Network
Information 50, 51
Port 64
Security 64
No_Resource 67
142 of 145
Node Class 68
NoEnable 74
Non
Isolating Errors Table Button 84
Non Master Ports 58
Non-Op 60
Dup 60
NoOperation 74
NotRemovable 90
Number of ANIMS 100
Number of Ifs 108
Number of Interfaces 56
Number of Queues 110
O
OBS
Present 59
Open 74
Status 74
Oper Status 56, 99, 103, 106, 107, 108
Oper Time 99, 103, 106, 107
Operation Status 57
Optical Bypass Switch 59
Out of Window Collisions 67
Overflow Dropped Cell Count 111
Overview
SmartSwitch 9000 Series 7
SPECTRUM Element Management
P
Packets
Giant 67
Runt 67
Paste 132
Path
Current MAC 58
Peak Level 117
Performance View 33
Physical 79
Physical Address 56
Physical Device View 30
Policing Support 100
Port 80
Action 62
Configuration 74
View 57
Count 64
Management 62
Notes 46
Security
Network 64
State 62
Type 62
Port Configuration
FDDI 44
Token Ring Port 46
Port Configuration - CSIIf Port 57
Port Configuration View 62
Port Label 45
Port Number Label 42, 44
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Port Status Label 42, 44, 45
Port Type Label 50, 51
Ports
Master 58, 68
Network 64
Non Master 58
On 64
Operational 64
Power Subsystem 28
Protocol
Neighbor Notification 59
Q
Queue Index 117
R
Read Button 93, 97
Reading Thresholds from a
Station 94
Receive Congestion 90
Received 72
Red 46
Redundancy 28
Remove 90
Station Button 81, 84, 86, 89
Repeater
Configuration
View 64
143 of 145
Management 64
Repeater Labels 42
Reset 106
Restricted Rights Notice 2
Ring
Alarm 77
Configuration 76
Button 73, 76
Name 73, 76, 78, 80, 82, 85, 87
Number 73, 76, 78, 80, 82, 85, 87
Operational 60
Port ON Out Of 74
Purges 77
Security Button 73
Speed 73, 76, 78, 80, 82, 85, 87
State 58, 77
Status 73, 76, 78, 80, 82, 85, 87
Threshold 77
Timebase 77
Topology 68
Ring Identification Label 44
Ring Speed 45
Ring Speed Label 45
Ring States
FDDI 60
RingIn/Ring Out and Ring Status
Labels 46
Ring-Op
Dup 60
RingView 133
RM Threshold 116
Run Time 29
SPECTRUM Element Management
Runts 67
Rx Cell Count 111
Rx Cells 109
Rx Cnx Lookup Invalid Errors 111
Rx Errors 111
S
Security
Network Port 64
Security Administration State 95
Segmentation Traps 65
Select Model Type dialog box 132
Set Filter Button 79
SFCS MIB Rev 103
SFCS MIB Version 103
Sig Stack Id 110
Size 116
Slave 62
Slot Dependencies for the 7C03 15
Slot Index 103, 105, 106, 107
Slot Number Label 36
SmartCell Switches 14
SmartSwitch 9000 Series
Overview 7
SMB 1 and SMB 10 Icons 47
SMB 1/SMB 10 25
SMT
Information 59
Version 59
SoftwareReset 74
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Sort
Down
Button 79
Up
Button 79
Source
Address
Traps 65
Error 67
Source Address
Management 65
Spanning Tree
Information 42
Special Database 42
SPECTRUM View Access 34
Stat Entries 101
Stat Table Size 100, 104
State 92
Static Database Table 42
Station 68, 80, 92
Address 80, 82, 85, 87, 90
Alarms
Button 81, 84, 86, 89
Dialog Box 92
Configuration View 58
Detail
Button 81, 84, 86, 88
Errors 82
Management 59
Name 80, 82, 85, 87, 90
Port 90
ON Out Of 74
144 of 145
Priority 90
Removal 90, 92
Station Detail View 46
Stats Enable 113
Stats Entries 105
Stats Table Counter Size 113
Status 28, 29
Administrative 50
Adminstrative 50
Switch Capacity 103
Switch Host Port 103
T
Target Token Rotation Time 59
Tasks 35
TDM Cell Count 101, 105
TDM Utilization 101, 105
Temp 28
Threshold 92
Broadcast 66
Collision 66
Error 66
Traffic 66
Thru 61
Time
Target Token Rotation 59
Valid Transmission 59
Timebase 66
T-Neg 59
T-Notify 59
SPECTRUM Element Management
Token 85, 91
Errors 77
Ring
Security Configuration
View 78
Station
Alarm Thresholds
View 82
Detail View 90
Non-Isolating Errors
View 85
Table View 80
Rotation Time
Target 59
Token Ring Label 44
Change Ring Speed 45
Configuration 45
Model Information 45
Station Errors 45
Stations 45
Token Ring Port Labels 45
Token Ring SmartSwitch Module 13
Topology View 130
Total 28, 72
Allowed Stations 78
Totals Button 81, 83, 86
TR MicroLAN Switch Modules 13
TR Ring Configuration View 73, 76
Trace 60
Trademarks 2
Traffic
Alarms 66
SmartSwitch Series 9000
Threshold 66
Transmitted 72
Transparent Bridge
Info 42
Trap
Configuration 65
Traps
Link 65
Segmentation 65
Source Address 65
T-Req 59
TTRT 59
TVX 59
Tx Cell Count 111
Tx Cells 109, 117
Tx Cells Discarded 117
Tx Cells Dropped 117
Tx Table Size 100
Type 56, 110, 112
Type of Switch 100
U
Un-Sort
Button 79
UPC Enable 113
UPC Entries 101, 105
Update
Button 79, 80, 81, 83, 85, 86, 88
UPS/Battery 29
Upstream 90
145 of 145
Upstream Neighbor 60, 68
Used 28
V
Valid Transmission Time 59
View
Application 136
FDDI LAN Topology 130, 133, 136
Lost & Found 132
Room Location 132
Topology 130
VPI Lookup Invalid Errors 111
W
worksheet 129
Wrap
A 61
AB 61
B 61
S 61
Wrapped (WRP) 46
Y
Yellow 46
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