AT-View Plus 3.0 Device Management Guide

AT-View Plus 3.0 Device Management Guide
AT-VIEW PLUS 3.0
DEVICE MANAGEMENT GUIDE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Basic Operations ................................................................................................................ 11
Common operations on the main window....................................................................... 12
Menu for stacked devices ............................................................................................... 13
Port selection dialog box................................................................................................. 14
Port status colors ............................................................................................................ 14
LED status ...................................................................................................................... 15
Utilization ........................................................................................................................ 15
Device-Specific Menu Items ........................................................................................... 15
AT-8000 Series .................................................................................................................. 16
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 16
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 23
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 24
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 24
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 25
Stacking Menu ................................................................................................................ 27
Expansion Module Notes................................................................................................ 27
AT-8124 ............................................................................................................................. 29
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 29
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 30
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 31
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 31
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 32
AT-8124XL (V2) ................................................................................................................. 33
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 33
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 34
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 34
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 35
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 35
AT-8200XL Series .............................................................................................................. 38
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 38
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 39
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 41
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 42
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 42
Expansion Module Notes................................................................................................ 44
AT-8324 ............................................................................................................................. 45
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 45
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 46
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 47
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 47
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 48
Stacking Menu ................................................................................................................ 50
AT-8324SX......................................................................................................................... 51
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Main Window .................................................................................................................. 52
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 53
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 54
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 54
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 55
Stacking Menu ................................................................................................................ 56
AT-8300GB Series ............................................................................................................. 57
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 58
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 60
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 61
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 62
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 62
Stacking Menu ................................................................................................................ 63
AT-8400 ............................................................................................................................. 65
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 66
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 67
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 68
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 69
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 69
Stacking Menu ................................................................................................................ 71
AT-8400 Line Cards ........................................................................................................... 72
AT-8411.......................................................................................................................... 72
AT-8412.......................................................................................................................... 73
AT-8413.......................................................................................................................... 73
AT-8414.......................................................................................................................... 74
AT-9006 Family .................................................................................................................. 76
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 76
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 77
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 78
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 78
VLAN Menu .................................................................................................................... 79
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 79
AT-9410GB ........................................................................................................................ 81
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 81
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 82
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 83
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 83
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 84
AT-FH800u......................................................................................................................... 86
Main Window .................................................................................................................. 86
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 87
Hub Menu ....................................................................................................................... 88
Module Menu .................................................................................................................. 88
RMON Menu................................................................................................................... 88
Port Menu ....................................................................................................................... 89
AT-AR200E ........................................................................................................................ 90
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Main Window .................................................................................................................. 90
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................... 92
Routing Menu ................................................................................................................. 92
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................... 94
ADSL Menu .................................................................................................................... 94
ATM Menu ...................................................................................................................... 96
PPP Menu ...................................................................................................................... 98
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 101
AT-AR300 and AT-AR300L.............................................................................................. 103
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 103
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 104
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 105
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 105
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 105
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 106
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 106
AT-AR320 ........................................................................................................................ 107
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 107
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 108
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 108
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 108
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 109
AT-AR350 ........................................................................................................................ 110
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 110
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 111
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 111
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 111
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 112
AT-AR370 ........................................................................................................................ 113
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 113
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 114
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 114
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 115
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 115
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 116
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 116
AT-AR410 ........................................................................................................................ 117
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 117
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 118
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 118
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 119
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 119
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 119
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 119
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Main Window ................................................................................................................ 121
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 122
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 122
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 123
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 123
AT-AR720 ........................................................................................................................ 124
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 124
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 125
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 125
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 126
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 126
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 126
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 126
AT-AR725 ........................................................................................................................ 128
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 128
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 130
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 130
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 131
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 131
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 131
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 131
AT-AR740 ........................................................................................................................ 133
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 133
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 135
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 136
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 136
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 136
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 137
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 137
AT-AR745 ........................................................................................................................ 138
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 138
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 140
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 141
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 141
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 141
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 142
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 142
AT-8724XL ....................................................................................................................... 143
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 143
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 144
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 145
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 145
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 146
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AT-8748XL ....................................................................................................................... 147
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 147
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 148
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 149
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 149
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 150
AT-8824 ........................................................................................................................... 151
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 151
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 152
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 153
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 153
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 154
AT-8848 ........................................................................................................................... 155
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 155
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 156
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 157
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 157
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 158
Rapier 16F/MT and 16F/SC ............................................................................................. 159
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 159
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 161
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 161
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 162
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 162
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 163
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 163
Rapier 24 and 24i ............................................................................................................. 164
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 164
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 166
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 166
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 167
Frame Relay Menu ....................................................................................................... 167
Call List Menu ............................................................................................................... 168
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 168
Rapier 48 and 48i ............................................................................................................. 169
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 169
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 171
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 171
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 172
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 172
Rapier G6......................................................................................................................... 173
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 173
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 174
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 175
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 175
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 175
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Rapier G6F-LX/SC, G6F-SX/SC, G6F-SX/MT-RJ............................................................ 177
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 177
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 179
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 180
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 180
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 180
AT-8948 ........................................................................................................................... 182
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 182
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 183
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 184
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 184
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 185
SwitchBlade 4004 ............................................................................................................ 186
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 187
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 188
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 189
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 189
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 190
SwitchBlade 4008 ............................................................................................................ 191
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 191
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 193
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 194
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 194
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 195
SwitchBlade Line Cards ................................................................................................... 196
AT-9812T ......................................................................................................................... 199
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 199
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 200
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 201
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 201
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 202
AT-9816GB ...................................................................................................................... 203
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 203
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 204
Routing Menu ............................................................................................................... 205
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 205
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 206
AT-MCF06 Family ............................................................................................................ 207
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 207
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 208
Status Menu ................................................................................................................. 209
AT-MCF12 Family ............................................................................................................ 210
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 210
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 211
Status Menu ................................................................................................................. 212
AT-MCF106 Family .......................................................................................................... 213
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Main Window ................................................................................................................ 213
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 214
Status Menu ................................................................................................................. 215
AT-MCF112 Family .......................................................................................................... 216
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 216
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 217
Status Menu ................................................................................................................. 218
AT-MPB3000.................................................................................................................... 219
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 220
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 221
Status Menu ................................................................................................................. 221
AT-MPB3000 Modules ..................................................................................................... 222
AT-MCM100 Modules................................................................................................... 222
AT-MCM110 Modules................................................................................................... 223
AT-MCM1000S Modules .............................................................................................. 224
AT-MCM1000T Modules............................................................................................... 225
PowerBlade...................................................................................................................... 226
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 226
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 227
Status Menu ................................................................................................................. 228
PowerBlade Modules ....................................................................................................... 229
AT-PB10 Series Media Converter Modules .................................................................. 229
AT-PB100 Series Media Converter Modules ................................................................ 230
AT-PB200 Series Switch Modules ................................................................................ 231
AT-PB300 Series Media Converter Modules ................................................................ 232
AT-PB1000 Series Media Converter Modules .............................................................. 233
AT-RG213 Family............................................................................................................. 234
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 234
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 235
RTC Menu .................................................................................................................... 235
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 236
AT-RG600 Series ............................................................................................................. 238
Main Window ................................................................................................................ 238
Agent Menu .................................................................................................................. 241
Bridge Menu ................................................................................................................. 242
IGMP Menu .................................................................................................................. 243
VoIP Menu.................................................................................................................... 244
Port Menu ..................................................................................................................... 245
Port Interface Cards ......................................................................................................... 248
AT-AR020..................................................................................................................... 248
AT-AR021..................................................................................................................... 248
AT-AR022..................................................................................................................... 249
AT-AR023..................................................................................................................... 249
AT-AR024..................................................................................................................... 249
AT-AR026..................................................................................................................... 249
AT-AR027..................................................................................................................... 250
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Network Service Modules................................................................................................. 251
Uplink Modules................................................................................................................. 253
Layer 2 Switches Uplink Modules ................................................................................. 253
Advanced Layer 2 Switches and Layer 3 Switches Uplink Modules ............................. 256
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This document describes the operations and menus specific to particular Allied Telesyn models of
managed devices. For module-independent information, refer to the AT-View Plus Device Manager
User's Guide.
Basic Operations
AT-View Plus Device Manager's main window shows the main panel of the target device. It has
both common and device-specific menus on its menu bar.
You can perform operations on the agent by doing a right click on the main panel or by selecting a
menu item from the menu bar. Ports and LEDs on the main panel indicate the status of the port,
system and traffic.
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Common operations on the main window
Menu for stacked devices
Port selection dialog box
Port status colors
LED status
Utilization
Device-Specific Menu Items
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Common operations on the main window
Right clicking on a port
Port
Right clicking on a port opens a pull-down menu specific to the device. Selecting a menu
item opens another window and lets you view and edit MIB information related to the port.
You can also access the same menu from the menu bar.
RS-232 Terminal Port
Right clicking on an RS-232 port opens a pull-down menu and lets you choose how to log
into the agent. Depending on the managed device, choose Telnet or WEB Browser.
Reset Button
Right clicking on a reset button opens a pull-down menu with an option that allows you to
reset the device. (Not available on some devices.)
Note - SNMPv3: Depending on the READ VIEW access settings of the user name, there is a
possibility that the some options of a popup menu will be disabled. There is also a possibility that the
popup menu will not be available at all. (i.e. No popup menu will be displayed after right-clicking on
a port.
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Menu for stacked devices
If the target is a stacked device, some menus have extra subitems to specify a single device in the
stack.
Module submenu
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Port selection dialog box
When you select a menu item acting on ports, a dialog box opens to let you select ports. Check the
target ports and click OK.
Note - If you select multiple ports, it may take some time for data to be displayed.
Select Port dialog box
Port status colors
Port status is shown by its color. Port speed is also displayed in the port image.
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Link Up: Green
Disabled: Red (the port is disabled by an administrator)
Partitioned/Blocking: Yellow
Others: Default colour (usually black)
Note - SNMP v3: Depending on the READ VIEW access settings of the User Account Name used,
there is a possibility that AT-View Plus Device Manager may not be able to access some MIB values
that control the Port status. When this happens, the affected ports will be shown in the default color.
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LED status
In AT-View Plus Device Manager, LEDs do not blink. The meanings of LEDs differ between
devices.
Utilization
Utilization is calculated by the following formula.
# of frames x (96 + 64) + octets x 8
Utilization (%) = ------------------------------------------- x 100
Port speed (bps) x Sampling Interval(sec)
Device-Specific Menu Items
When using SNMPv3, some device-specific menu items may not be available (disabled) depending
on the READ VIEW access settings of the User Account Name used.
Basic Operations
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AT-8000 Series
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8000 Series.
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Stacking Menu
Expansion Module Notes
Main Window
AT-8012M
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AT-8016F/SC
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AT-8024
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AT-8024M
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AT-8026T
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AT-8088/SC
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-8000 Series
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
MASTER Orange
Gray
DUPLEX Green
Orange
The switch is the master switch of an enhanced stack.
The switch is a slave switch or is not a member of an
enhanced stack.
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the expansion modules
installed on these devices.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED.
Note - When connecting to a slave switch, AT-View Plus Device Manager does not automatically
replace the master switch image in the main window with the slave switch image. To view the slave
switch image, click on the Refresh option under the Agent menu.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager will detect a loss of connection between an AT-8024GB and
an AT-9410GB when the uplink port on both devices are set to the same speed and mode.
Note - Connection between an AT-8024GB and an AT-8324 can only be established if the uplink
ports on both devices are configured to auto-negotiate.
Note - When a port's Port Speed and Mode parameter is set to 'auto sense' and the port is connected
to a full duplex port on another device, its corresponding Duplex LED on the device image turns
orange instead of green.
Note - When the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the 10/100/1000Base-T ports on the AT-8026T
is set to "auto 10/100Mbps" and the ports are connected to 10/100Mbps full-duplex ports on other
devices, their corresponding Duplex LEDs on the device image turn orange instead of green.
Note - Setting the 'Active Protocol Version' to 'STP' and 'Spanning Tree Status' to 'enabled' will set
the Port State parameter of disabled ports to 'blocking'. As a result, port images for disabled ports
will turn yellow.
Note - Setting the 'Active Protocol Version' to 'RSTP' and 'Spanning Tree Status' to 'enabled' will set
the Port State parameter of inactive ports and disabled ports to 'blocking'. As a result, port images for
inactive ports and disabled ports will turn yellow.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - Attempting to enter more than 39 characters for the System Contact, System Name,
and System Location parameters may result in a timeout error. If a timeout error occurs, the
switch will have to be restarted causing these parameters to be cleared of any value.
Note - Attempting to set the System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters
to NULL will result in a general error. However, the parameters will still be temporarily set
to NULL. Once the switch is restarted, the original values will be restored.
Firmware Info
Displays firmware version.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Default Domain Name and the DNS
Server parameters to be configured.
Manager Address Info
Displays the IP address of the management station.
Device Info
Displays general information about the switch.
MAC Address Table
Displays a list of static MAC addresses configured on the switch.
Note - MAC Address Table entries created through a local or telnet management session will
not be visible to AT-View Plus Device Manager until the device is restarted.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Number parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
Reset
Resets the switch.
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Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow values greater than 1000000 for the
Aging Time parameter.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Note - The current firmware version does not support the "historyControlTable" MIB object
of RFC1757. As a result, AT-View Plus Device Manager displays the error message "Failed
to get MIB data." when the History Control Table option is selected from the RMON menu.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
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Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - Setting the Port Reset parameter to 'reset' will not reset the port's attributes.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port Flow Control parameter are 'disable', 'transmitonly', 'receive-only', and 'transmit-and-receive'. However, the current firmware version does
not allow this parameter to be set to 'transmit-only' and 'receive-only' for the following ports:
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Expansion module ports
GBIC ports on the AT-8024GB
Fiber optic ports on the AT-8026FC
10/100/1000Base-T ports on the AT-8026T
Note - For AT-8024GB devices, the current firmware version does not allow the Port Speed
and Mode parameter of the GBIC ports to be set to '1Gbps half-duplex'.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port State parameter are 'enabled' and 'disabled'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
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Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Name parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: noSuchName".
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Note - Setting a port's Port parameter to 'disabled' does not automatically set the Port State
parameter under Detail Info to 'disabled'. As a result, the port's image may not turn red as
expected.
Enable
Enables the port.
Note - Under the Sun Solaris platform, the AT-View Plus Device Manager application may
terminate abnormally if multiple ports have been selected and each dialog box with the
message "May I set 'atiswitchPortState.n' to up" is clicked one after the other.
Disable
Disables the port.
Note - Under the Sun Solaris platform, the AT-View Plus Device Manager application may
terminate abnormally if multiple ports have been selected and each dialog box with the
message "May I set 'atiswitchPortState.n' to down" is clicked one after the other.
Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state, source,
and destination.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Mirroring Destination Port parameter should range from
0 to 24. However, the current firmware version allows the user to enter values up to 65535.
Attempting to enter values greater than 65535 will cause the new value to be converted to its
equivalent wrap-around value; i.e., 65536 will become 0, 65537 will become 1, and so on.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port Mirroring Status parameter are 'receive', 'transmit',
and 'both'. However, the current firmware version does not allow this parameter to be set to
'receive' and 'transmit'. Attempting to do so will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value".
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Stacking Menu
From the Stacking menu, you can perform enhanced stacking from any AT-8000 Series master
switch.
Stacking Info
Displays information about the switch's mode. This is also the menu where you can perform
enhanced stacking.
Expansion Module Notes
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AT-View Plus Device Manager cannot distinguish between the AT-A45/xx, AT-A47, and
AT-STACKM expansion modules. All are displayed with the same GIF image.
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When both the AT-A45 and AT-A46 expansion modules are present on a device, the ATA45 port image may show up as green and its Port Speed parameter may reflect the value "1
Gbps" even if there is no connection established on the port. To reflect the correct port image
color and port speed, restart the device. This applies to the following devices:
AT-8016F/xx
AT-8024M
AT-8088/xx
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Connection cannot be established on the AT-A46 expansion module port if the Port Speed
and Mode parameter is set to "auto 1Gbps".
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When the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the AT-A46 expansion module port is set to
"auto 10/100Mbps" and the port is connected to a 10/100Mbps full-duplex port on another
device, its corresponding Duplex LED on the device image turns orange instead of green.
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The Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) does not work for the AT-A46 expansion module when it
is installed on an AT-8016F/ST device. As a result, the Port State parameter of the AT-A46
expansion module port will never be set to 'blocking' and the port image will never turn
yellow.
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Connection between an AT-A47 expansion module port that is configured to operate at
1Gbps full duplex and a port on another device can only be established if the port on the
other device is configured to auto-negotiate.
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For the AT-A47 expansion module, AT-View Plus Device Manager will only display the
AT-A45/AT-A47/AT-STACKM shared GIF image if a GBIC module is present in the GBIC
slot.
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By default, the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the AT-A47 expansion module port is set
to 'auto sense'. From this mode, the Port Speed and Mode can only be changed to '1Gbps fullduplex'. However, once set to '1Gbps full-duplex', it can no longer be set to 'auto sense'.
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The Port Speed and Mode parameter of the AT-STACKM expansion module cannot be
modified. It is fixed at '1Gbps full-duplex'.
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AT-8124
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8124 switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-8124
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
DUPLEX Green
Gray
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device or log into the
CLI using telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the device's IP address, and the default
gateway address.
Firmware Info
Displays the version of the software running on the managed device.
Manager Address Info
Displays the management station's IP address.
Reset
Resets the switch.
Hot Reset
Performs a software reset. This takes less time than a Cold Reset.
Cold Reset
Performs a hardware reset. This takes more time than a Hot Reset.
Telnet
Connects to the switch's Telnet service.
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Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Note - Since there may be a large quantity of RMON data, it may take some time for the information
to appear.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics about the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
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Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Detail Info
Displays port traffic statistics such as the number of frames received/transmitted on the port.
Error Statistics
Displays error information.
Detail Status
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-8124XL (V2)
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8124XL (V2) switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-8124XL (V2)
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8124XL (V2)
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
DUPLEX Green
Orange
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The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 255 characters for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters but truncates them to 64
characters. NULL values are not accepted.
Firmware Info
Displays firmware version.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
DHCP Info
Displays DHCP information including the DHCP System Group and DHCP Timer Group.
Manager Address Info
Displays the IP address of the management station.
Reset
Resets the switch.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
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Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch's ports.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'. All
other values are ignored.
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Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - Enabling/Disabling the Port STP Configuration parameter for one port
enables/disables STP for all ports.
Note - Attempting to modify the Port Speed and Mode parameter from 'auto sense' to '1Gbps
half-duplex' or '1Gbps full-duplex' will result in the following:
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An error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error"
Port Speed and Mode parameter value changing to '100Mbps half-duplex'
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Bridge ID parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Note - When a port is set to 'auto sense' and is connected to a half duplex port on another
device, its corresponding Duplex LED on the device image turns green instead of orange.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Back Pressure parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: time out occurred."
Note - The Port Transmit Pacing Configuration parameter is not applicable to the AT8124XL (V2).
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port VLAN Tag Priority and the Port
QoS Priority parameters to be configured. Attempting to configure these parameters will
result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port State parameter are 'enabled' and 'disabled'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state, source,
and destination.
IGMP Snooping
Displays the current state of IGMP Snooping and allows reconfiguration.
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AT-8200XL Series
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8216FXL/SC and AT-8224XL switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Expansion Module Notes
Main Window
AT-8216FXL/SC
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-8200XL Series
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
RPS
Green
An optional redundant power supply is connected to the switch.
Gray
There is no redundant power supply connected to the switch.
DUPLEX Green
Orange
The port is operating at full-duplex mode.
The port is operating at half-duplex mode.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the expansion modules
installed on these devices.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
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Note - The current firmware version allows the user to enter up to 64 characters for the
System Contact and the System Location parameters and up to 20 characters for the System
Name parameter.
Note - The current firmware version appends a period '.' and the value of the Default Domain
Name parameter to the value of the System Name parameter.
Firmware Info
Displays the firmware version of the switch.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Manager Address Info
Displays the IP address of the management station.
Device Info
Displays general information about the switch.
Note - The Security Action parameter has a fixed value of 'do nothing' and cannot be
modified.
Note - The Security Configuration parameter has a fixed value of 'disabled' and cannot be
modified.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the HOL Configuration and Logging Configuration
parameters are 'on' and 'off'. Attempting to set these parameters to any other value will result
in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value".
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the QoS Configuration parameter are:
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mode 1
mode 2
mode 3
mode 4
mode 5
mode 6
mode 7
mode 8
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value".
DHCP Info
Displays the DHCP information about the switch.
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Diagnostics
Displays the operating status of the switch's components such as power supply and system
fans.
Note - The current firmware version returns 'non-supported' for the following parameters:
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Fan Speed 3
3.3V Power
2.5Va Power
2.5Vb Power
2V Power
CPU Temperature
Reset
Resets the switch.
Console Settings
Displays the current settings of the console.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The current firmware version is unable to display the AT-8216FXL/SC device image
in the Omega web management session interface.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Bridge Info
Displays basic bridge information such as the LAN ID, bridge address, number of parts
controlled by the bridging entity and the bridge type.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the VLAN Name parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: noSuchName."
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Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
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Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - The Port Flow Control parameter has a fixed value of 'not supported' and cannot be
modified.
Note - When the Port Speed and Mode parameter of an AT-8224XL fixed port is set to 'auto
sense' and the port is connected to a full duplex port on another device, its corresponding
Duplex LED on the device image turns orange instead of green.
Note - The current firmware version allows active ports to be disabled. However, the
disabled ports' Port Link State parameter retains the value 'on-line'.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port State parameter are 'enabled' and 'disabled'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Note - Attempting to configure the Port Speed and Mode parameter of an AT-8216FXL/SC
fixed port to '10Mbps half-duplex' or '10Mbps full-duplex' will automatically set it to
'100Mbps half-duplex' or '100Mbps full-duplex' respectively.
Note - The following parameters are not applicable to the AT-8200XL Series:
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Port Transmit Pacing Configuration
Port MDI Configuration
Port VDSL Rate Configuration
Port VDSL Link Mode
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
Port Mirroring
Displays the information about port mirroring.
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When the Port Speed and Mode parameter of an AT-A14 expansion module port is set to
'auto sense' and the port is connected to a 100Mbps full duplex port on another device, its
corresponding Duplex LED on the device image turns orange instead of green.
The current firmware version does not allow the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the ATA14 expansion module port to be set to any value other than 'auto-sense'.
A GBIC image is always visible on the GBIC slot of the AT-A15 expansion module image
even if there is no GBIC physically present in the slot.
The Port Speed and Mode parameter of an AT-A15 expansion module port must match the
duplex mode of the port to which it is connected in order to establish connection.
The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to distinguish
the AT-A16, AT-A17, and AT-A19 expansion modules from each other. With the connector
type (VF-45, SC, MT-RJ) being the only difference among them, all three expansion
modules have been made to share the same GIF image.
Attempting to configure the Port Speed and Mode parameter of an AT-A16/AT-A17/ATA19 expansion module port to '10Mbps half-duplex' or '10Mbps full-duplex' will
automatically set it to '100Mbps half-duplex' or '100Mbps full-duplex' respectively.
The current firmware version does not allow the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the ATA17 expansion module ports to be set to 'auto sense'.
When the Port Speed and Mode parameter of an AT-A18 expansion module port is set to
'auto sense' and the port is connected to a full duplex port on another device, its
corresponding Duplex LED on the device image turns orange instead of green.
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AT-8324
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8324 switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Stacking Menu
Main Window
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Supports up to 8 stacked AT-8324 switches.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8324
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
DUPLEX Green
Orange
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS and the Master LEDs.
Note - A GBIC image is always visible on the GBIC slot of the AT-A15 expansion module even if
there is no GBIC physically inserted.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - Attempting to enter more than 39 characters for the System Contact, System Name,
and System Location parameters will result in the error message: "The error occurred with
'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
Firmware Info
Displays firmware version.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Manager Address Info
Displays the IP address of the management station.
Reset
Resets the switch.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
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WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because of lack memory or the entry's aging timer has expired.
Note - The current firmware version accepts values in the range [8-512] inclusive for the
Aging Time parameter. However, if the value entered is not a multiple of 8, the firmware will
convert it to the largest multiple of 8 less than the entered value.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Note - When STP/RSTP is enabled, the current firmware version sets the Port State
parameter of all inactive ports to 'blocking'. As a result, inactive ports will turn yellow in ATView Plus Device Manager.
Note - When enabling/disabling STP/RSTP, connection to the AT-8324 is temporarily lost.
As a result, the following error message appears: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation.
Error: time out occurred." This will not affect the application in any way.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch's ports.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
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Note - The current firmware version is unable to retrieve the correct information for the
History Control Table. As a result, the following error message appears: "Failed to get MIB
data."
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
following features:
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Spanning Tree Info
Class of Service
IGMP Snooping
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - The Port Type parameter returns '???(62)'.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
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Note - The current firmware version accepts from 0 up to 19 characters for the Port Name
parameter.
Note - The Port State parameter returns 'unknown' for active ports.
Note - When a port is configured to auto-negotiate, the current firmware version does not
always update its Port Duplex Status parameter with the correct negotiated mode. As a result,
the port's Duplex LED may show up as green when it should really be orange and vice-versa.
Note - The Port Speed and Mode parameter of the 1000Base-X port on the AT-A15
expansion module can only be set to '1Gbps full-duplex'. Attempting to set this to any other
value will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen
Error".
Note - The Port Speed and Mode parameter of the 100/1000Base-T port on the AT-A14
expansion module can only be set to 'auto'. Attempting to set this to any other value will
result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
Note - The Port Speed and Mode parameter of the 100Base-FX port on the AT-A16, ATA17, and AT-A19 expansion modules can only be set to '100Mbps full-duplex'. Attempting
to set this to any other value will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set'
operation. Error: gen Error".
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port State parameter are 'enabled' and 'disabled'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Enable
Enables the port.
Note - Expansion module ports cannot be enabled. Attempting to do so will result in the error
message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
Disable
Disables the port.
Note - Expansion module ports cannot be disabled. Attempting to do so will result in the
error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state, source,
and destination.
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Stacking Menu
From the Stacking menu, you can view basic switch information as well as stacking information.
Stacking Info
Displays information such as Product Type, Port Count and Uplink Types for all switches in
the stack.
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AT-8324SX
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8324SX switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Stacking Menu
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AT-8324SX
Supports up to 4 stacked switches.
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-8324SX
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
RPS
Green
Redundant power is ON.
Gray
Redundant power is OFF.
DUPLEX Gray
STACK
ID
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
Orange
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Green
The switch's position in the switch stack.
Note - When multiple units of AT-8324SX are stacked together, port numbering is continuous. This
means that the first unit on the stack will have ports numbered from 1 to 32. The second unit on the
stack will have ports numbered from 33 to 64. The third unit will have ports numbered from 65 to 96
and the fourth unit from 97 to 128. It is assumed that the maximum number of ports per unit is 32,
24 fixed ports plus up to 8 uplink ports.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 255 characters for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters.
TFTP Download Management
Displays TFTP information.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 80 characters for the
TFTP File Name parameter but truncates it to 47 characters.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager does not allow the user to set the Download Mode
parameter to 'temporary'. Attempting to do so will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Reset
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Displays the reset table that allows you to configure reset parameters before restarting the
management agent.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information, such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Aging Time parameter should range from 10 to 412.
However, the current firmware version allows it to be set to a value greater than 412 all the
way up to 1000000.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch's ports.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu, you can view and edit the RMON mib.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON history table.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON alarm table.
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Event Table
Displays the RMON event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow Port Menu to support the Class of Service.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the following error message:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value." This will not affect the
application in any way.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - The current firmware version does not support port naming.
Note - When the Port Speed and Mode parameter of a fixed port is set to 'auto sense', the
current firmware version is unable to provide information on the negotiated mode of the port.
As a result, the port's Duplex LED may show up as green when it should really be orange and
vice-versa.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the AT-B17
expansion module ports are '100Mbps full-duplex' or '100Mbps half-duplex'. Attempting to
set this to any other value will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set'
operation. Error: bad value".
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the AT-B15
expansion module port are 'auto sense', '1Gbps full-duplex' or '1Gbps half-duplex'.
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Attempting to set this to any other value will result in the error message: "The error occurred
with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value".
Note - The Module ID and Port Number parameters return 'noSuchName'.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state, source,
and destination.
IGMP Snooping
Displays the current state of IGMP Snooping and allows reconfiguration.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the IGMP Report Delay parameter should range from 5 to
30. However, the current firmware version does not allow it to be set to a value greater than
10. Attempting to do so will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set'
operation. Error: bad value."
Stacking Menu
From the Stacking menu, you can view basic switch information as well as stacking information.
Stacking Info
Displays information such as Hardware Version, Firmware Version, Expansion Slot, and
Role In System for all switches in the stack.
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AT-8300GB Series
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8300GB Series.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Stacking Menu
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The AT-8326GB supports up to 6 AT-8326GB stacked switches or any of the following mixed stack
combinations of AT-8326GB and AT-8350GB switches:
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Two AT-8326GB switches and two AT-8350GB switches
Three AT-8326GB switches and one AT-8350GB switch
Four AT-8326GB switches and one AT-8350GB switch
Note - When 3 or more AT-8326GB devices are stacked together, expect the twisted pair port image
of Port 26 on the last device on the stack to turn green. This is because the current firmware version
returns 'on-line' for the Port Link State parameter of the port even if there is no link established.
AT-8350GB
The AT-8350GB supports up to 3 stacked AT-8350GB switches.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED.
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Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support
expansion modules that may be installed on the AT-8350GB.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8300GB Series
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
STACK ID Green
The switch's position in the switch stack.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
Orange
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Note - Status information for the gigabit ports will always be reflected on the RJ-45 gigabit port
images regardless of whether the gigabit ports have been set to operate as GBIC ports or as Twisted
Pair ports.
Note - When Global STP is enabled, the current firmware version sets the Port State parameter of
inactive ports to 'blocking'. As a result, expect port images for inactive ports to turn yellow in ATView Plus Device Manager .
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to detect the
presence or absence of a GBIC module in any of the GBIC slots. As a result, the GBIC slots on the
device image will remain empty regardless of whether or not GBIC modules are physically present
in the slots.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow multiple-word values for the System
Name parameter.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 255 characters for the
System Contact, System Name and System Location parameters but the current firmware
version truncates them to 64 characters.
Firmware Info
Displays the version of the software running on the managed device.
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Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the device IP address and the default gateway
address.
Note - The current firmware version does not save changes made to the DNS Server and the
Default Domain Name parameters.
DHCP Info
Displays DHCP information including the DHCP System Group and DHCP Timer Group.
Manager Address Info
Displays the IP address of the management station.
Reset
Resets the switch.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because of lack of memory or the entry's aging timer has expired.
Note - The current firmware version accepts values in the range [10-1000000] inclusive for
the Aging Time parameter.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch's ports.
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RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - The Port Transmit Pacing Configuration parameter is not applicable to the AT8300GB Series.
Note - The Port VLAN Tag Priority parameter has a fixed value of 'use vlan priority' and
cannot be modified.
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Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Bridge ID parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value".
Note - When a port's Port Speed and Mode parameter is set to 'auto sense', the current
firmware version does not update its Port Duplex Status parameter with the negotiated mode.
As a result, the port's Port Duplex Status parameter will always display 'auto sense' and its
corresponding Duplex LED will always be green regardless of the actual connection mode.
Note - The Port Name parameter is not applicable to the AT-8300GB Series.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port State parameter are 'enabled' and 'disabled'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
QoS
Displays QoS parameters and allows enabling of QoS status and setting priority queue.
Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state, source
and destination.
IGMP Snooping
Displays the current state of IGMP Snooping and allows reconfiguration.
Stacking Menu
From the Stacking menu, you can view basic switch information as well as stacking information.
Stacking Info
Displays information such as Product Type, Port Count, and Uplink Types for all switches in
the stack.
Note - The Uplink Port A MDA Type and Uplink Port B MDA Type parameters return
incorrect values.
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Note - The Security Action parameter returns '???(0)' when the Security Configuration
parameter is set to 'disabled'.
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AT-8400
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8400 switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Stacking Menu
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AT-8400
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8401 Management Module
LED
State
Description
FAN A
Green
FAN TRAY A is installed and is operating correctly.
Gray
FAN TRAY A is not installed.
Green
FAN TRAY B is installed and is operating correctly.
Gray
FAN TRAY B is not installed.
FAN B
MASTER Green
Gray
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is not a member of an enhanced stack.
RPS
Green
The switch is receiving power from the redundant power supply
(PWR B).
Gray
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply (PWR
A).
PWR
Green
Gray (Only if
RPS is installed)
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply (PWR
A).
The main power supply is not functioning.
Note - Please refer to AT-8400 Line Cards for the operations and behavior of the line cards installed
on the chassis.
Note - The FAN A and FAN B LEDs are always green regardless of whether or not fan trays are
actually installed.
Note - The PWR LED is always green and the RPS LED is always gray regardless of whether the
switch is receiving power from the main power supply or the redundant power supply.
Note - Some parameters, when configured, may at times cause a temporary loss of connection. When
this happens, the following error message appears: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error:
time out occurred.". This will not affect the application in any way.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the DNS Server and Default Domain
Name parameters to be configured. Attempting to configure these parameters will result in
the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error.".
Chassis Info
Displays chassis information including the firmware information.
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Note -The current firmware version does not allow the Power A Status and Power B Status
parameters to be configured. Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error
message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error.".
Line Card Info
Displays information for each line card including line card type and line card temperature.
MAC Address Table
Displays a list of static MAC address configured on the switch.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the MAC Address Entry Status parameter are 'active', 'not in
service' and 'destroy'. Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in error
message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value".
Reset
Resets the switch.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Note - It may take some time to retrieve Forwarding Database information. As a result, all
the Forwarding Database parameters may reflect the value 'retry over occurred'. To avoid
this, click on File -> Property -> Polling options and set the Polling Interval parameter to 25
seconds or longer.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as spanning tree status and spanning tree version.
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Note - When setting the Spanning Tree Status parameter to 'enabled', connection to the AT8400 is temporarily lost. As a result, the following error message appears: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: time out occurred.".
Note - Setting the value of the Spanning Tree Version parameter to 'stp' will result in a
permanent loss of connection. To re-establish connection, restart the device.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch's ports.
Note - Ports are numbered continuously from top to bottom, across all installed line cards,
starting from the leftmost line card all the way through the rightmost line card.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment.
History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Note - The current firmware version does not support the "historyControlTable" MIB object
of RFC1757. As a result, AT-View Plus Device Manager displays the error message "Failed
to get MIB data." when the History Control Table option is selected from the RMON menu.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Note - Ports are numbered continuously from top to bottom, across all installed line cards, starting
from the leftmost line card all the way through the rightmost line card. This applies to the following
submenu options:
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Utilization
Interface Info -> Standard
Error Statistics -> Standard
Spanning Tree Info
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics such as alignment error frames and carrier sense errors.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Name parameter to be set to
NULL. Attempting to set this parameter to NULL will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port parameter to be configured.
Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The error occurred
with 'Set' operation. Error: readOnly".
Port Security
Displays the port security attributes for each physical port present in the switch.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state and
port's source list.
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Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port Mirroring Configuration Entry Status parameter are
'active', 'not in service' and 'destroy'. Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will
result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Stacking Menu
From the Stacking menu, you can view basic switch information as well as stacking information.
Stacking Info
Displays information such as Stack Switch ID, Stack Switch MAC Address, Stack Switch
Name, Stack Switch Mode, Stack Switch Software Version and Stack Switch Model for all
switches in the stack.
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AT-8400 Line Cards
This section describes the AT-8400 Line Cards supported by AT-View Plus Device Manager. If line
cards are installed on the AT-8400 chassis at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is called, they
will be displayed in their corresponding slots on the chassis image.
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AT-8412
AT-8413
AT-8414
AT-8411
AT-8411
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating in full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating in half-duplex.
Note - When a port on the AT-8411 line card is configured to auto-negotiate and is connected to a
10/100 Mbps full-duplex port on another device, the current firmware version returns the value 'halfduplex' for the Port Duplex Status parameter. As a result, the Duplex LED turns orange instead of
green.
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AT-8412/MT
AT-8412/SC
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating in full-duplex.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port Flow Control parameter of ports on the
AT-8412/MT and AT-8412/SC line cards to be set to 'auto'. Attempting to set this parameter to 'auto'
will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
AT-8413
AT-8413GB/T
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LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating in full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating in half-duplex.
Note - A GBIC image is always visible on the GBIC slot of the AT-8413GB/T line card image even
if there is no GBIC physically present in the slot.
Note - Status information for the AT-8413GB/T ports will always be reflected on the RJ-45 port
image regardless of whether the port that is in actual use is the GBIC port or the twisted pair port.
Note - When the 10/100/1000Base-T port of the AT-8413GB/T line card is configured to autonegotiate and is connected to a 10/100Mbps full-duplex port on another device, the current firmware
version returns the value 'half-duplex' for the Port Duplex Status parameter. As a result, the Duplex
LED turns orange instead of green.
AT-8414
AT-8414/SC
AT-8414/ST
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating in full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating in half-duplex.
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Note - The Port Negotiation parameter of ports on the AT-8414/SC and AT-8414/ST line cards has a
fixed value of '10Mbps full-duplex' and cannot be modified.
AT-8400 Line Cards
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AT-9006 Family
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT9006SX/SC and AT-9006T switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
VLAN Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-9006SX/SC
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-9006 Family
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
RPS
Green
An optional redundant power supply is connected to the
switch.
Gray
There is no redundant power supply connected to the switch.
DUPLEX Green
Orange
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Note - Ports on the expansion modules are numbered starting from 7. Slot A's leftmost port has the
smallest number and Slot B's rightmost port has the largest number.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
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Firmware Info
Displays firmware version.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as agent's and default gateway address.
Manager Address Info
Displays management station's IP address.
Reset
Reset the switch.
Telnet
Connect to the switch's telnet service.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit information such as forwarding database and spanning
tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays forwarding database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about number of address entry that was learned but discarded because
of the reason such as memory shortage and entry's aging time.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics of frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu, you can view and edit RMON MIB.
Note - Since RMON data may be large, it may take some time for information to appear.
Statistics
Displays trafic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays RMON History table.
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Alarm Table
Displays RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays RMON Event log.
VLAN Menu
From the VLAN menu, you can view the list of VLAN and member ports.
Note - You cannot modify VLAN configuration on the AT-9006 Family using the VLAN menu.
Name List
Displays configured VLAN names.
Port Info
Displays VLAN to which the port belongs.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as number of frames received/transmitted on the port, bytes
received/transmitted on the port and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode, speed, spanning tree protocol status
and switching mode.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
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Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-9410GB
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT9410GB switch.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-9410GB
Device Manager LEDs for AT-9410GB
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex mode.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex mode.
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Note - When Global STP is enabled, the current firmware version sets the Port State parameter of
inactive ports to 'blocking'. As a result, expect port images for inactive ports to turn yellow in ATView Plus Device Manager.
Note - When a port on the AT-9410GB is set to 'auto sense' and is connected to a half-duplex port on
another device, its corresponding Duplex LED on the device image turns green instead of orange.
Note - A GBIC image is always visible on each of the GBIC slots of the device image even if there
are no GBICs physically inserted.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the user to enter multiple-word values for
the System Name parameter.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 255 characters for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters but truncates them to 64
characters.
Firmware Info
Displays firmware version.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Note - The current firmware version does not save changes made to the DNS Server and the
Default Domain Name parameters.
Manager Address Info
Displays the IP address of the management station.
Device Info
Displays general information about the switch.
Note - The Security Action parameter returns '???(0)' when the Security Configuration
parameter is set to 'disabled'.
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DHCP Info
Displays DHCP information including the DHCP System Group and DHCP Timer Group.
Reset
Resets the switch.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB Browser
Connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Bridge Info
Displays basic bridge information such as the LAN ID, bridge address, number of ports and
the bridge type.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Note - The current firmware version accepts values in the range [10-1000000] inclusive for
the Aging Time parameter.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch's ports.
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu you can view and edit the RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
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History Control Table
Displays the RMON History table.
Alarm Table
Displays the RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays the RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays the RMON Event log.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status parameter are 'up' and 'down'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Detail Info
Displays detailed port information such as duplex mode.
Note - The Port Name parameter is not applicable to the AT-9410GB.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port VLAN Tag Priority parameter to
be configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Note - The Port Transmit Pacing Configuration parameter is not applicable to the AT9410GB.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to disable an active port. However, the
disabled port's Port Link State parameter retains the value 'on-line'.
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Note - When connection is established between a twisted pair port that is configured to autonegotiate and a port on another device that is configured to operate at 10/100Mbps full/half
duplex, expect the link to drop when the twisted pair port's speed and mode is changed to
match the speed and mode of the port on the other device.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port State parameter are 'enabled' and 'disabled'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
QoS
Displays QoS parameters and allows enabling of QoS status and setting priority queue.
Port Mirroring
Displays port mirroring parameters and allows configuration of port mirroring state, source
and destination.
IGMP Snooping
Displays the current state of IGMP Snooping and allows reconfiguration.
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AT-FH800u
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATFH812u and AT-FH824u hubs.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Hub Menu
Module Menu
RMON Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-FH800u Series
Device Manager LEDs for AT-FH800u
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The hub is receiving power.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the device's IP address, and the default
gateway address.
Note - The current firmware version returns 'noSuchName' for the following parameters:
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Server Slip Address
Host Slip Address
Temporary Server Slip Address
Temporary Host Slip Address
Firmware Info
Displays the version of the software running on the managed device.
Manager Address Info
Displays the management station's IP address.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Status parameter to be set to 'under
change'. Attempting to set it to 'under change' will result in the error message "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Note - By default, the Status parameters are set to 'invalid'. To be able to set them to 'valid',
their corresponding IP Address parameters must first be set to valid values. Failing to do so
will result in the error message "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: time out
occured."
Reset
Resets the system
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the hub.
WEB Browser
Connects to the hub's HTTP server.
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Hub Menu
From the Hub menu, you can check traffic statistics and hub's status. It also lets you perform a selftest.
Status
Displays hub information such as stacking status.
Module Menu
From the Module menu, you can view and edit MIB information about a selected hub in the stacked
group.
Status
Displays information such as operation status and object identifier.
Note - The current firmware version returns 'noSuchName' for the following parameters:
• Module Description
• Last Update Time and Date
RMON Menu
From the RMON menu, you can view and edit RMON MIB.
Statistics
Displays traffic statistics in the network segment attached to each port.
History Control Table
Displays RMON History table.
Alarm Table
Displays RMON Alarm table.
Event Table
Displays RMON Event table.
Event Log
Displays RMON Event log.
Segment Info
Displays number of segments and others.
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Segment Status
Displays RMON configuration information of each segment.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about hub's ports.
Statistics
Displays port statistics such as number of frames received/transmitted on the port, bytes
received/transmitted on the port and port status.
Status
Displays whether the port is enabled or disabled, whether it is partitioned and other status
information.
Detail Status
Displays information such as port name, LED status and polarity.
Note - A link between a port on the hub and a port on another device can only be established
if the port on the other device is configured to auto-negotiate.
Security Info
Displays source MAC addresses of frames received on the port.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Learn Action parameter are 'inactive' and 'active'.
Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result in the error message "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the user to configure the MAC Address
parameter. Attempting to configure it will result in the error message "The error occurred
with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value.".
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-AR200E
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR240E, AT-AR250E, and AT-AR255E ADSL bridge/routers.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
ADSL Menu
ATM Menu
PPP Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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AT-AR255E
Device Manager LEDs for ADSL Bridge/Router
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
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Note - The port speed displayed on the Ethernet port images is always '100' even if the Ethernet port
is connected to a 10Mbps port on another device.
Note - The four Ethernet ports on the AT-AR250E and AT-AR255E operate as a single port. As a
result, even if connection is established on just one port, all four ports will turn green.
Note - Expect the ADSL port to be green even if there is no physical connection established.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow you to disable the Ethernet ports.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow you to manually configure the speed of the
Ethernet ports.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - The current firmware version returns 'enterprises' instead of the actual OID of the
device for the System Unique Object ID parameter.
Note - Clicking on the 'Set MIB Value' button several times when configuring System Info
parameters will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error:
time out occurred."
Note - The current firmware version does not allow System Info parameters to be configured
at the same time. Attempting to do so will result in the error message: "The error occurred
with 'Set' operation. Error: time out occurred."
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB Browser
Connects to the router's HTTP server.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
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ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the user to configure the Physical
Address parameter. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the user to configure the Destination Port
Number parameter. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error messages:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error." or "The error occurred with 'Set'
operation. Error: bad value."
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters to be
configured:
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Destination Metric 1
Destination Metric 2
Destination Metric 3
Destination Metric 4
Next Hop Address
Routing Type
Route Updated Seconds
Routing Mask
Destination Metric 5
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Forwarding Status and the Default
TTL parameters to be configured. Attempting to configure these will result in the error
message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
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UDP Statistics
Displays UDP statistics.
TCP Statistics
Displays TCP statistics.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the user to configure the TCP
Connection State parameter. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error
message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database,
discard/aging time information, and spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
ADSL Menu
From the ADSL menu, you can view and edit ADSL information such as the line attributes, physical
layer components, channel information, performance statistics, and configuration profiles.
Note - The ADSL Menu does not apply to the AT-AR255E.
ADSL Line
Displays attributes of the ADSL line.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Configuration Profile and the Alarm
Configuration Profile parameters to be configured. Attempting to configure these will result
in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
ATU Remote
ATUR Physical Layer Inventory
Displays the physical layer parameters of each remote ADSL transmission unit.
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ATUR Channels
Displays ATUR Channel information like interleave delay, transmit rate, and length
of the channel data-block.
ATUR Performance Data
Displays ATUR performance statistics like frame failures, signal failures and power
failures.
Note - The ATUR Performance Data sub-menu option does not display the correct
parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value
of 'noSuchName'.
ATUR Performace Data by Interval
Diplays collection of ATUR performance statistics in 15-minute intervals.
Note - The ATUR Performance Data by Interval sub-menu option does not display
the correct parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter
with a value of 'noSuchName'.
ATUR Channel Performance Data
Displays ATUR channel performance statistics like received blocks, transmitted
blocks, and error counts.
ATUR Channel Performance Data by Interval
Diplays collection of ATUR channel performance statistics in 15-minute intervals.
Note - The ATUR Channel Performance Data sub-menu option does not display the
correct parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with
a value of 'noSuchName'.
Configuration Profiles
Displays a list of parameters that represents the configuration of an ADSL modem.
Note - The Configuration Profiles sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters.
Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
Alarm Configuration Profiles
Displays alarm-related information.
Note - The Alarm Configuration Profiles sub-menu option does not display the correct
parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of
'noSuchName'.
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ATM Menu
From the ATM menu, you can view and edit ATM and AAL5-related information such as ATM
interfaces, ATM virtual links, ATM cross-connects, AAL5 entities, and AAL5 connections.
Interface Configuration
Displays ATM interface configuration information.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters to be
configured:
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Max VPC
Max VCC
Max Active VPI Bits
Max Active VCI Bits
ILMI VPI
ILMI VCI
Neighbor IP Address
Neighbor Name
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
Interface DS3 PLCP
Displays DS3 PLCP configuration and state parameters.
Note - The Interface DS3 PLCP sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters.
Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
Interface TC Sublayer
Displays TC Sublayer configuration and state parameters.
Note - The Interface TC Sublayer sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters.
Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
Traffic Descriptor
Diplays information on the ATM traffic descriptor type and its associated parameters.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters to be
configured:
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Type
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Parameter 3
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Parameter 4
Parameter 5
QoS Class
Status
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error."
Virtual Path Link (VPL)
Displays configuration and state information for a bi-directional Virtual Path Link.
Note - The Virtual Path Link (VPL) sub-menu option does not display the correct
parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of
'noSuchName'.
Virtual Channel Link (VCL)
Displays configuration and state information for a bi-directional Virtual Channel Link.
Note - AT-AR240E : The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters
to be configured:
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Administrative Status
Receive Traffic Descriptor Index
Transmit Traffic Descriptor Index
AAL Type
AAL5 CPCS Transmit SDU Size
AAL5 CPCS Receive SDU Size
AAL5 Encapsulation Type
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: gen Error".
Note - AT-AR240E: The Port Number parameter and the Virtual Channel Link (VCL)
parameters are not relevant and should be ignored.
Note - AT-AR240E : The current firmware version does not allow the Status parameters to
be configured. Attempting to configure them will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value." or "The error occurred with 'Set' operation.
Error: gen Error".
Note - AT-AR250E/AT-AR255E : The Virtual Channel Link (VCL) sub-menu option does
not display the correct parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a
parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
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Virtual Path (VP) Cross Connect
Displays configuration and state information of all point-to-point , point-to-multipoint, or
multipoint-to-multipoint VP cross connect.
Note - The Virtual Path (VP) Cross Connect sub-menu option does not display the correct
parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of
'noSuchName'.
Virtual Channel (VC) Cross Connect
Displays configuration and state information of a bi-directional VC cross connect.
Note - The Virtual Channel (VC) Cross Connect sub-menu option does not display the
correct parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value
of 'noSuchName'.
AAL5 Performance Statistics
Displays performance statistics information associated with an AAL5 virtual channel
connection.
Note - AT-AR240E : The Port Number parameter is not relevant and should be ignored.
Note - AT-AR250E/AT-AR255E : The AAL5 Performance Statistics sub-menu option does
not display the correct parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a
parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
PPP Menu
From the PPP menu, you can view and edit Point-to-Point Protocol information such as Link Control
Protocol information, Link Quality Report information, PPP tests, MAC Bridging over PPP, IP over
PPP, and security protocol.
PPP Link Group
PPP Link Status
Displays management information about a particular PPP Link.
PPP Link Configuration
Displays configuration information about a particular PPP Link.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Initial MRU parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will not result in an error but the
new value will not be applied.
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Note - The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters to be
configured:
Receive ACC Map
Transmit ACC Map
Magic Number
FCS Size
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
PPP Link Quality Report
LQR Info
Displays Link Quality Report information for a particular PPP link.
Note - The LQR Info sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters.
Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of
'noSuchName'.
LQR Configuration
Displays Link Quality Report configuration information for a particular PPP link.
Note - The LQR Configuration sub-menu option does not display the correct
parameters. Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value
of 'noSuchName'.
LQR Extensions
Displays information on the most recently received Link Quality Report packet for a
particular PPP link.
Note - The LQR Extensions sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters.
Instead, it displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of
'noSuchName'.
PPP Tests
Performs a PPP echo test or PPP discard test.
Note - The PPP Tests sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters. Instead, it
displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
MAC Bridging over PPP
Bridging Info
Displays information indicating whether the Bridge Network Control Protocol has
reached an opened state, the type of compression used, and use of LAN identification
field in packets.
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Bridging Configuration Info
Displays bridging configuration information for a particular PPP link.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Administration Status
parameter to be configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will not result in
an error but the new value will not be applied.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters to be
configured:
Tinygram
Ring ID
Line ID
LAN ID
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Bridge Media Status
Diplays the types of MAC frames that can be sent or received across each of the
system's interfaces.
Bridge Media Configuration
Displays configuration information used to negotiate the MAC types to be sent or
received.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Local Status parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will not result in an error but the
new value will not be applied.
IP over PPP
IP Info
Displays IP compression protocol status information for a particular PPP link.
IP Configuration Info
Displays IP compression protocol configuration information for a particular PPP link.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Compression parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: noSuchName."
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Administration Status
parameter to be configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will not result in
an error but the new value will not be applied.
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PPP Security
Security Configuration Info
Displays the security configuration information for a particular PPP link.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Protocol parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will not result in an error but the
new value will not be applied.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Status parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: noSuchName."
Security Secrets
Displays information on the identities and secrets used by the PPP authentication
protocols.
Note -The current firmware version does not allow the Protocol parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will not result in an error but the
new value will not be applied.
Note - Setting the Status parameter to 'invalid' clears the corresponding values of the
Identity and Secret parameters.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 63 characters for
the Identity and Secret parameters. Entering more than 63 characters will result in the
error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Note - Security Secrets parameters return to their default values whenever the device
is restarted.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Direction parameter to be
configured. Attempting to configure this parameter will result in the error message:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Note - The Interface Info sub-menu option displays port parameters for 20 ports. By default,
the Administration Status parameter is set to 'up' for the first four ports and 'down' for the rest
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of the ports. For ports 1 to 3, the Administration Status parameter cannot be configured. Its
value is fixed to 'up'. For ports 5 to 12, valid MIB Set values for the Administration Status
parameter are 'up' and 'down'. Attempting to set this parameter to any other value will result
in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
Note - The Administration Status parameter always returns to its default value whenever the
device is restarted.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Note - The current firmware version returns 'noSuchName' for the Ethernet Chip Set
parameter.
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AT-AR300 and AT-AR300L
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR300 and AT-AR300L routers.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR300 and AT-AR300L
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
B1
Green
Data or voice is being transmitted over the B1 channel of the
ISDN interface.
Gray
B2
Green
Gray
No data or voice is being transmitted over the B1 channel or if
the device is connected to a frame relay network.
Data or voice is being transmitted over the B2 channel of the
ISDN interface.
No data or voice is being transmitted over the B2 channel or if
the device is connected to a frame relay network.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
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Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if Frame Relay is not configured.
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DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN nubmer and call direction.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. This option is greyed out if bridge ports are not
configured on the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is started.
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AT-AR320
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR320 router.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-AR320
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR320
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
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Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. This option is greyed out if bridge ports are not
configured on the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is started.
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AT-AR350
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR350 router.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-AR350
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR350
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
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Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. These are only displayed if bridge ports are
configured on the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is launched.
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AT-AR370
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR370(S) and AT-AR370(U) routers.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR370(S) and AT-AR370(U)
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
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ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because there was a lack of memory, or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
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Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view and edit ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are
greyed out if an ISDN interface is not installed, and the device is not configured to use ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN nubmer and call direction.
Active Call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. Only displayed if bridge ports are configured on
the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is launched.
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AT-AR410
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR410 router.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-AR410 with PIC installed
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR410
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Gray
The port is either inactive or is operating at half-duplex.
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Note - Please refer to Port Interface Cards (PICs) for the operations and behavior of the Port
Interface Cards installed in this device.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash and NVS file systems.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
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Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are
unavailable if the device is not configured for ISDN calls.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction for active calls.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
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Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
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AT-AR450S
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR450S router.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-AR450S
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR450S
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Gray
The port is either inactive or is operating at half-duplex.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash and NVS file systems.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
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Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
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AT-AR720
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR720 router.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-AR720 with PICs installed
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR720
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
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Note - Please refer to Port Interface Cards (PICs) for the operations and behavior of the Port
Interface Cards installed in this device.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
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Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are greyed
out if an ISDN interface is not installed, and the device is not configured to use ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction for active calls.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
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Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. This option is greyed out if bridge ports are not
configured on the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is started.
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AT-AR725
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to AT-AR725
and AT-AR725-DC routers.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR725
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power from the main power supply unit.
Red
The main PSU has failed.
Green
The router is receiving power from the redundant power supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
RPS
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR725-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power from the main power supply unit.
Note - Please refer to Port Interface Cards (PICs) for the operations and behavior of the Port
Interface Cards installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the router, from the AT-AR725 console enter the
command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is on, use
the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current fimware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-AR725-DC model.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring. (AT-AR725 AC only)
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
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Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are unavailable if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are unavailable if Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are
unavailable if an ISDN interface is not installed, and the device is not configured to use ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction for active calls.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
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Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. This option is unavailable if bridge ports are not
configured on the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is started.
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AT-AR740
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR740 and AT-AR740-DC routers.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR740
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power from the main power supply
unit.
Red
The main PSU has failed.
RPS
Green
The router is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR740-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power from the main power supply
unit.
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Note - Please refer to Port Interface Cards (PICs) for the operations and behavior of the Port
Interface Cards installed in this device.
Note - Please refer to Network Service Modules (NSMs) for the operations and behavior of the
Network Service Modules installed in this device.
Note - Before hotswapping in the NSM bay, make sure periodic device polling is enabled (File menu
-> Properties).
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the router, from the AT-AR740 console enter the
command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is on, use
the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-AR740-DC model.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
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Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are greyed out if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
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Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are greyed
out if an ISDN interface is not installed, and the device is not configured to use ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction for active calls.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. This option is greyed out if bridge ports are not
configured on the router at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is started.
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AT-AR745
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATAR745 and AT-AR745-DC routers.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR745
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power from the main power supply
unit.
Red
The main PSU has failed.
RPS
Green
The router is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR745-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The router is receiving power from the main power supply unit.
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Note - Please refer to Port Interface Cards (PICs) for the operations and behavior of the Port
Interface Cards installed in this device.
Note - Please refer to Network Service Modules (NSMs) for the operations and behavior of the
Network Service Modules installed in this device.
Note - Before hotswapping in the NSM bay, make sure periodic device polling is enabled (File menu
-> Properties).
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the router, from the AT-AR745 console enter the
command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is on, use
the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-AR745-DC model.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the router, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring. (AT-AR745 AC only)
File List
Displays a list of the files in the router's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the router.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
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Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the router's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache) on the router.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the router
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the router.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays ICMP statistics.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and spanning tree status. The Bridge submenus are unavailable if bridges are not configured.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are unavailable if Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
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Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are
unavailable if an ISDN interface is not installed, and the device is not configured to use ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction for active calls.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about selected ports.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics for the port.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. This option is unavailable if bridge ports are not
configured on the router.
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AT-8724XL
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8724XL and AT-8724XL-DC Advanced Layer 2 Switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-8724XL
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8724XL
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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Green
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8724XL-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - AT-8724XL and AT-8724XL-DC share the same device image.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-8724XL-DC model.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
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Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring. (AT-8724XL AC model only)
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
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Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-8748XL
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8748XL and AT-8748XL-DC Advanced Layer 2 Switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-8748XL
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8748XL
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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Green
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8748XL-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - AT-8748XL and AT-8748XL-DC share the same device image.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-8748XL-DC model.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
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Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring. (AT-8748XL AC model only)
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's flash file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Connects to the switch's Telnet server.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
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Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-8824
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8824 Intelligent Workgroup Switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-8824
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8824
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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Green
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Grey
There is no link over the port.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Firmware Info
Displays a list of software releases installed on the switch.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Chassis Temperature Info
Displays the actual temperature of the switch and the temperature status.
Reset Cold
Resets the hardware and executes the default configuration file.
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Reset Warm
Performs a warm start of the software modules and executes the default configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
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Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
MAU Info
Displays interface-related MAU information for the port.
MAU Negotiation Info
Displays the MAU's auto-negotiation settings and its status.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-8848
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8848 Intelligent Workgroup Switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-8848
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8848
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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Green
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Firmware Info
Displays a list of software releases installed on the switch.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Chassis Temperature Info
Displays the actual temperature of the switch and the temperature status.
Reset Cold
Resets the hardware and executes the default configuration file.
Reset Warm
Performs a warm start of the software modules and executes the default configuration file.
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Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
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Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
MAU Info
Displays interface-related MAU information for the port.
MAU Negotiation Info
Displays the MAU's auto-negotiation settings and its status.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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Rapier 16F/MT and 16F/SC
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the Rapier
16F/MT and Rapier 16F/SC Layer 3 Fast Ethernet Switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for Rapier 16F/MT and Rapier 16F/SC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
The main power supply has failed.
Green
The switch is receiving power from the redundant power supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
RPS
DUPLEX
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
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Note - Please refer to Network Service Modules for the operations and behavior of the NSM
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
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Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if the Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
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Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are greyed
out if the device is not configured for ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction for active calls.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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Rapier 24 and 24i
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the Rapier
24 and Rapier 24i Layer 3 Fast Ethernet Switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Frame Relay Menu
Call List Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for Rapier 24 and 24i
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
Green
The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
RPS
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
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Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
Note - Please refer to Network Service Modules for the operations and behavior of the NSM
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
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Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Frame Relay Menu
From the Frame Relay menu you can view and edit Frame Relay information. The Frame Relay
submenus are greyed out if the Frame Relay is not configured.
DLCMI Info
Displays DLCMI (Data Link Connection Management Interface) information.
Circuit Info
Displays Frame Relay circuit statistics.
Error Info
Displays information about errors related to the Frame Relay module.
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Call List Menu
From the Call List menu, you can view ISDN call information. The Call List submenus are greyed
out if an ISDN interface is not installed, and the device is not configured to use ISDN.
Detail Info
Displays ISDN call information such as ISDN number and call direction.
Active call
Displays information about currently active ISDN calls.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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Rapier 48 and 48i
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the Rapier
48 and Rapier 48i Layer 3 Switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for Rapier 48 and 48i
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
Green
The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
RPS
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
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on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Connects to the switch's Telnet server.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
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ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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Rapier G6
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the Rapier
G6 Layer 3 Gigabit Ethernet Switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
Rapier G6
Device Manager LEDs for Rapier G6
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Connects to the switch's Telnet server.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
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Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
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Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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Rapier G6F-LX/SC, G6F-SX/SC, G6F-SX/MTRJ
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the Rapier
G6F-LX/SC, Rapier G6F-SX/SC and Rapier G6F-SX/MT-RJ Layer 3 Gigabit Ethernet Switches.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Rapier G6F-SX/MT-RJ
Device Manager LEDs for Rapier G6F
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Note - Please refer to Uplink Modules for the operations and behavior of the uplink modules
installed in this device.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Telnet
Connects to the switch's Telnet server
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
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Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
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Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-8948
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT8948 Enhanced Layer 3+ Switch.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-8948
Device Manager LEDs for AT-8948
LED
State
PWR 1 and Green
PWR 2
Description
There is a power supply unit (PSU) in the PSU bay, and it is
supplying power to the switch.
There is a functioning Fan Only Module (FOM) in the PSU
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bay.
Gray
Either:
Red
- there is no PSU or FOM in the PSU bay, or
- a PSU is installed but has a power supply or fan fault or its
temperature has exceeded its recommended threshhold (75
degrees C), or
- an FOM is installed and a fan has failed.
Duplex
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Gray
There is no link over the port.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply.
Firmware Info
Displays a list of software releases installed on the switch.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Chassis Temperature and Fan Info
Displays the actual temperature of the switch, the temperature status, and the fan status.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
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WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Reset Cold
Reset Cold resets the hardware and executes the default configuration file. Reset Warm
performs a warm start of the software modules and executes the default configuration file.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the ARP cache on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP, such as the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, such as the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded for
reasons such as lack of memory or the entry's aging timer.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
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Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
MAU Info
Displays interface-related MAU information for the port.
MAU Negotiation Info
Displays the MAU's auto-negotiation settings and its status.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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SwitchBlade 4004
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the
SwitchBlade 4004, including the AT-SB4211 Switch Controller, power supply units and fan tray
installed in it.
Topics:
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•
•
•
Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
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SwitchBlade 4004AC with SB4211 Switch Controller, SB4215 Bandwidth Expander, and Line Cards
installed
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-SB4211 Switch Controller
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The PSU is receiving power from its supply circuit.
MASTER
Orange
The card is the master switch controller.
Gray
The card is a slave switch controller.
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
DUPLEX
Device Manager LEDs for Fan Tray and Power Supply Units (PSUs)
LED
State
Description
FAN TRAY
Green
The fan tray is installed and functioning.
Red
The fan tray is either not installed or not functioning.
FAN/AC POWER Green
(For AC Model)
Red
The power supply units installed including the fans are
fully operational.
One of the PSU installed or its fan is faulty.
FAN/DC POWER Green
(For DC Model)
Red
The power supply units installed including the fans are
fully operational.
One of the PSU installed or its fan is faulty.
Note - Please refer to SwitchBlade Line Cards for the operations and behavior of the line cards
installed in this device.
Note - There is no distinction between one or more PSUs. The FAN/AC POWER and FAN/DC
POWER LEDs show information for all PSUs installed in the device.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
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Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Boards Info
Displays information about the chassis board, and switch controller and line card boards
installed in the device.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
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Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port. For each Port menu
option, select first the slot in the SwitchBlade chassis, then the ports in the line card for which you
require information. Note that the Port Number shown is the value of the MIB object ifIndex, except
for the STP Info option, which shows the value of the MIB object dot1dBasePort.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Detail Info
Displays detailed information about the ports, including multicast and broadcast packets
received and transmitted.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. The Port Number displayed is the MIB object
dot1dBasePort.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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SwitchBlade 4008
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the
SwitchBlade 4008, including the AT-SB4211 Switch Controller, power supply units and fan tray
installed in it.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-SB4211 Switch Controller
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The PSU is receiving power from its supply circuit.
MASTER
Orange
The card is the master switch controller.
Gray
The card is a slave switch controller.
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
DUPLEX
Device Manager LEDs for Fan Tray and Power Supply Units (PSUs)
LED
State
Description
FAN TRAY
Green
The fan tray is installed and functioning.
Red
The fan tray is either not installed or is not functioning.
FAN/AC POWER Green
(For AC Model)
Red
The power supply units installed including the fans are
fully operational.
One of the PSUs installed or its fan is faulty.
FAN/DC POWER Green
(For DC Model)
Red
The power supply units installed including the fans are
fully operational.
One of the PSUs installed or its fan is faulty.
Note - Please refer to SwitchBlade Line Cards for the operations and behavior of the line cards
installed in this device.
Note - There is no distinction between one or more PSUs. The FAN/AC (or FAN/DC) POWER LED
shows information for all PSUs installed in the device.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file systems.
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Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Boards Info
Displays information about the chassis board, and switch controller and line card boards
installed in the device.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
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Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port. For each Port menu
option, select first the slot in the SwitchBlade chassis, then the ports in the line card for which you
require information. Note that the Port Number shown is the value of the MIB object ifIndex, except
for the STP Info option, which shows the value of the MIB object dot1dBasePort.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Detail Info
Displays detailed information about the ports, including multicast and broadcast packets
received and transmitted.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters. Note that the Port Number displayed is the MIB
object dot1dBasePort.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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SwitchBlade Line Cards
This section describes the SwitchBlade Line Cards in AT-View Plus Device Manager. If the
following Line Cards are installed in a SwitchBlade chassis, they are displayed in the main window.
The operations available for the SwitchBlade include any of these line cards.
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AT-SB4311
AT-SB4352
AT-SB4411
AT-SB4412
AT-SB4441
AT-SB4451
AT-SB4452
AT-SB4461
AT-SB4462
AT-SB4311
48-Port (RJ-45) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-SB4352
32-Port (MT-RJ) 100BASE-FX Fast Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
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AT-SB4411
8-Port (RJ-45) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-SB4412
24-Port (RJ-45) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-SB4441
8-Port 1000BASE X GBIC Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
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AT-SB4451
8-Port (SC) 1000BASE-SX Gigabit Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
AT-SB4452
8-Port (MT-RJ) 1000BASE-SX Gigabit Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
AT-SB4461
8-Port (SC) 1000BASE-LX Gigabit Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
AT-SB4462
8-Port (MT-RJ) 1000BASE-LX Gigabit Ethernet Line Card
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
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AT-9812T
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT9812T, AT-9812TF and AT-9812T-DC Multi-Layer Gigabit Switches.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-9812T
Device Manager LEDs for AT-9812T, AT-9812TF, and AT-9812T-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - AT-9812T, AT-9812TF and AT-9812T-DC share the same device image.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-9812T-DC model.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Power Supply Info
Displays information about the power supply, redundant power supply and power supply
monitoring.
Firmware Info
Displays a list of software releases installed on the switch.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Chassis Temperature Info
Displays the actual temperature of the switch and the temperature status.
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Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Reset Cold
Resets the hardware and executes the default configuration file.
Reset Warm
Performs a warm start of the software modules and executes the default configuration file.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
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Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
MAU Info
Displays interface-related MAU information for the port.
MAU Negotiation Info
Displays the MAU's auto-negotiation settings and its status.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-9816GB
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the AT9816GB, AT-9816GF and AT-9816GB-DC Multi-Layer Gigabit Switches.
Topics:
Main Window
Agent Menu
Routing Menu
Bridge Menu
Port Menu
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AT-9816GB
Device Manager LEDs for AT-9816GB, AT-9816GF, and AT-9816GB-DC
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The switch is receiving power from the main power supply.
Red
Main power supply is either off or has failed.
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The switch is receiving power from the redundant power
supply.
Red
RPS has failed.
Gray
RPS is not installed or RPS monitoring is disabled.
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half duplex.
Note - AT-9816GB, AT-9816GF and AT-9816GB-DC share the same device image.
Note - To turn RPS monitoring on or off on the switch, from the switch command line interface
enter the command SET SYSTEM RPSMONITOR={ON|OFF}. To see whether RPS monitoring is
on, use the command SHOW SYSTEM. To turn on RPS monitoring using SNMP, set the
fanAndPsRpsMonitoringStatus variable to on.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
RPS LED on the AT-9816GB-DC model.
Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the switch, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name,location,contact and description.
Firmware Info
Displays a list of software releases installed on the switch.
File List
Displays a list of the files in the switch's file system.
Config File Name
Displays the file name of the start-up configuration file.
Chassis Temperature Info
Displays the actual temperature of the switch and the temperature status.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the switch.
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WEB browser
Opens your web browser and connects to the switch's HTTP server.
Note - The web browser can only contact the device if the device has a valid resource file
loaded and set, and the HTTP server and GUI on the device are enabled.
Reset Cold
Resets the hardware and executes the default configuration file.
Reset Warm
Performs a warm start of the software modules and executes the default configuration file.
Routing Menu
From the Routing menu, you can view and edit information about the switch's IP routing functions.
ARP Table
Displays the mapping of IP addresses to MAC addresses (the ARP cache), on the switch.
Address Table
Displays the list of IP interfaces and their IP addresses on the switch.
Route Table
Displays the IP routing table on the switch.
IP Statistics
Displays statistics about IP routing, including the number of IP datagrams received.
ICMP Statistics
Displays statistics about ICMP, including the number of ICMP datagrams received.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as the forwarding database
and the spanning tree status.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Discard/Aging Time Info
Displays information about the number of address entries that were learned but discarded
because either there was a lack of memory or the entry's aging timer expired.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays spanning tree parameters such as priority and cost.
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Statistics
Displays statistics about frames received/transmitted on the switch port.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the port.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Displays port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the port,
bytes received and transmitted on the port, and port status.
Error Statistics
Displays error statistics.
Spanning Tree Info
Displays the port's spanning tree parameters.
MAU Info
Displays interface-related MAU information for the port.
MAU Negotiation Info
Displays the MAU's auto-negotiation settings and its status.
Enable
Enables the port.
Disable
Disables the port.
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AT-MCF06 Family
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATMCF06 family of media converters.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Status Menu
Main Window
AT-MCF06 Family
Device Manager LEDs for AT-MCF06 Family
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The main power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The main power supply is not installed or it is installed but
not powered on.
Green
The backup power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The backup power supply is not installed or it is installed
RPS
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but not powered on.
NORM Green
TEST
The unit is not performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is performing a link test.
Green
The unit is performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is not performing a link test.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Agent Menu
From the Agent Menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter more than the 50-character
limit for the System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. However,
doing so may result in any of the following :
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Anywhere from 1 to 12 characters may be truncated from the entered value.
The firmware password may be overwritten if 255 characters are entered for the
System Location parameter. Once this happens, a firmware reload will be required.
The last 50 characters of the entered value may go into the System Contact parameter
if 255 characters are entered for the System Name parameter.
.Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter multiple-word values for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. NULL values are not
allowed.
Management Interface Info
Displays basic interface information for the management port including description, type,
physical address, speed and operation status.
Temperature Info
Displays the temperature of the device in celsius.
Power Info
Displays the status of the main and backup power supplies.
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Link Test Channel 1 to 6
Displays link test mode on channels 1 to 6.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the media converter.
Status Menu
From the Status Menu, you can view all channels or per channel information.
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AT-MCF12 Family
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATMCF12 family of media converters.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Status Menu
Main Window
AT-MCF12 Family
Device Manager LEDs for AT-MCF12 Family
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The main power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The main power supply is not installed or it is installed but
not powered on.
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Green
The backup power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The backup power supply is not installed or it is installed
but not powered on.
NORM Green
TEST
The unit is not performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is performing a link test.
Green
The unit is performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is not performing a link test.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Agent Menu
From the Agent Menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter more than the 50-character
limit for the System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. However,
doing so may result in any of the following :
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Anywhere from 1 to 12 characters may be truncated from the entered value.
The firmware password may be overwritten if 255 characters are entered for the
System Location parameter. Once this happens, a firmware reload will be required.
The last 50 characters of the entered value may go into the System Contact parameter
if 255 characters are entered for the System Name parameter.
.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter multiple-word values for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. NULL values are not
allowed.
Management Interface Info
Displays basic interface information for the management port including description, type,
physical address, speed and operation status.
Temperature Info
Displays the temperature of the device in celsius.
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Power Info
Displays the status of the main and backup power supplies.
Link Test Channel 1 to 6
Displays link test mode on channels 1 to 6.
Link Test Channel 7 to 12
Displays link test mode on channels 7 to 12.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the media converter.
Status Menu
From the Status Menu, you can view all channels or per channel infomation.
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AT-MCF106 Family
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATMCF106 family of media converters.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Status Menu
Main Window
AT-MCF106 Family
Device Manager LEDs for AT-MCF106 Family
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The main power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The main power supply is not installed or it is installed but
not powered on.
Green
The backup power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The backup power supply is not installed or it is installed
RPS
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but not powered on.
NORM Green
TEST
The unit is not performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is performing a link test.
Green
The unit is performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is not performing a link test.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Agent Menu
From the Agent Menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter more than the 50-character
limit for the System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. However,
doing so may result in any of the following :
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Anywhere from 1 to 12 characters may be truncated from the entered value.
The firmware password may be overwritten if 255 characters are entered for the
System Location parameter. Once this happens, a firmware reload will be required.
The last 50 characters of the entered value may go into the System Contact parameter
if 255 characters are entered for the System Name parameter.
.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter multiple-word values for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. NULL values are not
allowed.
Management Interface Info
Displays basic interface information for the management port including description, type,
physical address, speed and operation status.
Temperature Info
Displays the temperature of the device in celsius.
Power Info
Displays the status of the main and backup power supplies.
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Link Test Channel 1 to 6
Displays link test mode on channels 1 to 6.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the media converter.
Status Menu
From the Status Menu, you can view all channels or per channel information.
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AT-MCF112 Family
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATMCF112 family of media converters.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Status Menu
Main Window
AT-MCF112 Family
Device Manager LEDs for AT-MCF112 Family
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The main power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The main power supply is not installed or it is installed but
not powered on.
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Green
The backup power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The backup power supply is not installed or it is installed
but not powered on.
NORM Green
TEST
The unit is not performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is performing a link test.
Green
The unit is performing a link test.
Gray
The unit is not performing a link test.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Agent Menu
From the Agent Menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter more than the 50-character
limit for the System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. However,
doing so may result in any of the following :
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•
Anywhere from 1 to 12 characters may be truncated from the entered value.
The password in the firmware may be overwritten if 255 characters are entered for the
System Location parameter. Once this happens, a firmware reload will be required.
The last 50 characters of the entered value may go into the System Contact parameter
if 255 characters are entered for the System Name parameter.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter multiple-word values for the
System Contact, System Name, and System Location parameters. NULL values are not
allowed.
Management Interface Info
Displays basic interface information for the management port including description, type,
physical address, speed and operation status.
Temperature Info
Displays the temperature of the device in celsius.
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Power Info
Displays the status of the main and backup power supplies.
Link Test Channel 1 to 6
Displays link test mode on channels 1 to 6.
Link Test Channel 7 to 12
Displays link test mode on channels 7 to 12.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the media converter.
Status Menu
From the Status Menu, you can view all channels or per channel information.
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AT-MPB3000
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATMPB3000 chassis.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Status Menu
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AT-MPB3000
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support
stacked AT-MPB3000 devices.
Device Manager LEDs for AT-MPB3000
LED
State
Description
PWR1
Green
Power supply 1 is installed and power is on.
Gray
Power supply 1 is not installed or it is installed but not
powered on.
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Green
Power supply 2 is installed and power is on.
Gray
Power supply 2 is not installed or it is installed but not
powered on.
Green
The optional redundant power supply is installed and power
is on.
Gray
The optional redundant power supply is not installed or it is
installed but not powered on.
Agent Menu
From the Agent Menu, you can view and edit the system information for the chassis, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 112 characters for the
System Contact parameter, 132 characters for the System Name parameter, and 92 characters
for the System Location parameter. However, entering more than 19 characters for any one
of these parameters may affect the values of the other two parameters.
Temperature Info
Displays the actual temperature of the chassis.
Power Info
Displays power supply status.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the chassis.
Status Menu
From the Status Menu, you can view information about AT-MPB3000 Modules installed on the
chassis. Options to view all/per module information are displayed.
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AT-MPB3000 Modules
This section describes the modules supported by AT-View Plus Device Manager. If modules are
installed on the AT-MPB3000 chassis at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is called, they will
be displayed in their corresponding slots on the chassis image.
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AT-MCM100 Modules
AT-MCM110 Modules
AT-MCM1000S Modules
AT-MCM1000T Modules
AT-MCM100 Modules
MCM100-01
MCM100-02
LED
State
Description
RAD
Green
The FX port is connected to a remote access device.
Note - The MCM100-01 module image applies to the following variants:
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AT-MCM100-01SC
AT-MCM100-01SMR
AT-MCM100-01SMRF15
AT-MCM100-01ST
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AT-MCM100-02SC
AT-MCM100-02SMR
AT-MCM100-02SMRF15
AT-MCM100-02ST
AT-MCM110 Modules
MCM110-01
MCM110-02
LED
State
Description
RAD
Green
The FX port is connected to a remote access device.
Note - The MCM110-01 module image applies to the following variants:
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AT-MCM110-01SC
AT-MCM110-01SMR
AT-MCM110-01SMRF15
AT-MCM110-01ST
Note - The MCM110-02 module image applies to the following variants:
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AT-MCM110-02SC
AT-MCM110-02SMR
AT-MCM110-02SMRF15
AT-MCM110-02ST
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AT-MCM1000S Modules
MCM1000S
LED
State
Description
RAD
Green
The LX port is connected to a remote access device.
Note - The TP Link Status parameter reflects the status of the SX port while the F/O Link Status
parameter reflects the status of the LX port.
Note - The remote access device connected to the LX port may at times be inaccessible when link is
established on the SX port. As a result, the RAD LED may turn gray and the following parameters
may not return any value:
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Remote Device
Remote Device Status
Remote Device TP Link Status
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AT-MCM1000T Modules
MCM1000T
LED
State
Description
RAD
Green
The LX port is connected to a remote access device.
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PowerBlade
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATPBC18 chassis.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
Status Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-PBC18
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The main power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The main power supply is not installed or it is installed but not powered
on.
Green
The optional redundant power supply is installed and power is on.
Gray
The optional redundant power supply is not installed or it is installed but
not powered on.
RPS
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to support the
Reset button.
Agent Menu
From the Agent Menu, you can view and edit the system information for the chassis, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter more than 20 characters for
the System Name parameter. However, doing so will result in the following error message:
"The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: bad value."
System Date and Time
Displays system configuration for system date and time.
Network Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Note -The Default Domain Name parameter returns unrecognizable characters.
FAN Info
Displays fan speed.
Management Module Temperature
Displays the actual temperature of the management module.
Chassis Temperature
Displays the actual temperature of the chassis.
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Power Info
Displays power supply voltage information.
Battery Voltage
Displays the battery voltage information.
Omega
Displays Omega management interface information, including time-out and port status (RS232 and 10Base-T).
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the chassis.
Status Menu
From the Status Menu, you can view and edit information about PowerBlade Modules installed on
the chassis. Options to view all/per module information are displayed.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Module Name parameter to be set to NULL.
Attempting to set this parameter to NULL will only set it to its default value.
Note - The Module Type parameter returns 0 for the management module (19), main power supply
(20), and optional redundant power supply (21).
Note - The same set of parameters is displayed for each module regardless of whether or not each
parameter is applicable to the module.
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PowerBlade Modules
This section describes the modules supported by AT-View Plus Device Manager. If modules are
installed on the PowerBlade chassis at the time AT-View Plus Device Manager is called, they will
be displayed in their corresponding slots on the chassis image.
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AT-PB10 Series Media Converter Modules
AT-PB100 Series Media Converter Modules
AT-PB200 Series Switch Modules
AT-PB300 Series Media Converter Modules
AT-PB1000 Series Media Converter Modules
AT-PB10 Series Media Converter Modules
PB13
PB14
LED
State
Description
ML
Green
The Missing Link feature is enabled
PB15
Note - The Port A Mode and the Port B Mode parameters return 'not supported' for these modules.
Note - Active ports on PB13 and PB14 do not turn red when disabled using the Omega interface.
Note - The Link Test parameter of PB15 has a fixed value of 'hardware-link-test' and cannot be
modified.
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AT-PB100 Series Media Converter Modules
PB101
PB102
PB103/1
PB103/2
LED
State
Description
DUP
Green
The media converter is operating in full-duplex mode.
Gray
The media converter is operating in half-duplex mode.
Green
The Missing Link feature is enabled.
ML
Note - The Port A Mode parameter for these modules has a fixed value of 'full' and cannot be
modified.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port B Mode parameter to be set to 'full'
from the default value of 'half'. Likewise, it cannot be set to 'half' if it was set to 'full' using the
Omega interface.
Note - Expect the DUP LED to be green when it should be gray and vice-versa when the Port B
Mode parameter is set to 'auto'. This is because the current firmware version is unable to provide
information on the negotiated mode for Port B.
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AT-PB200 Series Switch Modules
PB201
PB202
PB202/1
PB202/3
PB202/4
LED
State
Description
DUP
Green
The media converter is operating in full-duplex mode.
Gray
The media converter is operating in half-duplex mode.
Green
The 10/100Base-TX port is auto-negotiating.
AN
Note - Connection cannot be established between a 10/100Base-TX port on an AT-PB200 series
module that is configured to auto-negotiate and a 10/100Base-TX port on another AT-PB200 series
module that is configured to operate at 100 full/half duplex.
Note -The current firmware version allows the Port A Speed parameter to be set to '10M' even if Port
A is only capable of operating at a speed of 100Mbps.
Note -The current firmware version allows the Port A Mode parameter to be set to 'auto' even if Port
A is not capable of auto-negotiation.
Note -When the Port B Mode parameter is set to 'auto', the current firmware version is unable to
provide information on the negotiated speed and mode for Port B. As a result, the speed reflected on
the port image may be a '10' when it should really be '100' and vice-versa. Also, expect the DUP
LED to be gray when it should really be green or orange.
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AT-PB300 Series Media Converter Modules
PB301
LED
State
Description
DUP
Green
The media converter is operating in full-duplex mode.
Gray
The media converter is operating in half-duplex mode.
Green
The Missing Link feature is enabled.
ML
Note - Port A is displayed as an SC connector instead of a VF-45 connector.
Note - The Port A Mode parameter for this module has a fixed value of 'full' and cannot be modified.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the Port B Mode parameter to be set to 'full'
from the default value of 'half'. Likewise, it cannot be set to 'half' if it was set to 'full' using the
Omega interface.
Note - Expect the DUP LED to be green when it should be orange and vice-versa when the Port B
Mode parameter is set to 'auto'. This is because the current firmware version is unable to provide
information on the negotiated mode for Port B.
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AT-PB1000 Series Media Converter Modules
PB1001/1
PB1001/3
LED
State
Description
LT
Green
Link Test is enabled
SML
Green
Smart Missing Link is enabled
ML
Green
Missing Link is enabled
PB1005G
Note - Smart Missing Link is only supported on the AT-PB1005G module. However, the current
firmware version allows the Link Test parameter of the AT-PB1001/1 and AT-PB1001/3 modules to
be set to 'smart-missing-link'.
Note - The Port A Mode and the Port B Mode parameters return 'not supported' for these modules.
Note - A GBIC image is always visible on the GBIC slot of the PB1005G module image even if
there is no GBIC physically present in the slot.
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AT-RG213 Family
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATRG213FX and AT-RG213TX Residential VoIP Gateways.
Topics:
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Main Window
Agent Menu
RTC Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
AT-RG213
Device Manager LEDs for AT-RG213FX and AT-RG213TX
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The residential gateway is receiving power.
Note - The AT-RG213FX and the AT-RG213TX share the same device image.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view the system information for the device, or log into the CLI using
Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the following parameters to be
configured:
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System Name
System Location
System Contact
Attempting to configure these parameters will result in the error message: "The error occured
with 'Set' operation. Error: time out occured."
Device Info
Displays device information such as the application version and hardware version.
IP Interface Info
Displays network-related information such as the addresses of the default gateway and the
agents.
Configuration File List
Displays a list of all configuration files available in non-volatile memory.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the residential gateway.
RTC Menu
From the RTC menu, you can view all information related to Network Time Protocol (NTP) and
Real Time Clock (RTC).
RTC Info
Displays RTC status information including current time, offset, last update, and last delta.
NTP Server Info
Displays a list of all NTP servers available.
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Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view MIB information about the ethernet and voice ports.
Interface Info
Ethernet
Displays information for each ethernet port.
Note - The current firmware version returns 'not available' for the following
parameters:
Port Link State
Port Type
Port Speed
Port Duplex Mode
Port Autonegotiation State
Voice
Displays information for each voice port. Information displayed will vary depending
on the protocol used : H.323, Media Gateway Control (MGCP), or Session Initiation
(SIP).
Note - H.323 : The Port Capability parameter does not display all capabilities used
during call setup.
Note - MGCP : The current firmware version returns 'deleted' for the Port State
parameter even if an MGCP port has already been created.
Note - MGCP : The current firmware version returns 'data -> <MIB variable name>'
instead of actual values for the following parameters:
Port Operational State
Port Type
Port Profile
Port Domain
Port End Point Identifier
Port Package
Port Call Agent
Port Notified Entity
Port Digit Map
Port Network Loss Rate
Note - MGCP : The current firmware version returns '0' instead of actual values for
the following parameters:
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Port Suspicion Threshold
Port Disconnection Threshold
Port Initial Retransmission Delay
Port Maximum Retransmission Delay
Port History Time
Port Maximum Propagation Delay
Note - SIP : The current firmware version returns 'Not Available' for the Port
Registration Time parameter.
Note - SIP : The current firmware version returns the value of the Location Server IP
Address parameter on the Port Proxy Server IP Address parameter and the value of
the Proxy Server IP Address parameter on the Port Location Server IP Address
parameter.
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AT-RG600 Series
This section describes AT-View Plus Device Manager menus and operations specific to the ATRG613SH, AT-RG613TX, AT-RG634A and AT-RG656BD Residential Gateways.
Topics:
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Agent Menu
Bridge Menu
IGMP Menu
VoIP Menu
Port Menu
Main Window
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-RG600 Series
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The residential gateway is receiving power.
DUPLEX Green
Orange
The port is operating in full-duplex mode.
The port is operating in half-duplex mode.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager to determine the
negotiated mode for active LAN or WAN ports that are configured to auto-negotiate. As a result, the
Duplex LED will turn gray.
Note - AT-RG613xx : When link is established on a LAN or WAN port that is configured to autonegotiate, the current firmware version returns 'No such instance' for the Speed parameter under the
Standard sub-menu option. As a result, no speed is displayed on the RJ-45 LAN or WAN port
images.
Note - AT-RG634A : The Port Link State parameter may sometimes return the value "up" during the
refresh process. As a result, even inactive ports may turn green.
Note - AT-RG656BD : The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager
to support the RPS LED when using SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c.
Note - AT-RG656BD: The current firmware version does not allow AT-View Plus Device Manager
to support the Reset button when using SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c.
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Agent Menu
From the Agent menu, you can view and edit the system information for the device, or log into the
CLI using Telnet.
System Info
Displays basic system information, including system name, location, contact and description.
Note - The current firmware version does not allow the user to enter multiple-word values for
the System Name parameter. Attempting to do so will result in the error message: "The error
occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: commit Failed."
Note - AT-View Plus Device Manager allows the user to enter up to 188 characters for the
System Name parameter.
Note - AT-RG634A: Setting the System Name parameter to a value that begins with a
numeric character will result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation.
Error: commit failed."
Device Info
Displays device information such as the application version, hardware version and vendor
information.
User Info
Displays user information such as the Configuration rights, Access and Password.
Note - AT-RG613xx: Valid MIB Set values for the Comment parameter are in the range [080] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid range will cause
the device to restart and will eventually result in the error message: "The error occurred with
'Set' operation. Error: Time out occurred."
Note - AT-RG613xx: Valid MIB Set values for the Password parameter are in the range [079] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid range will cause
the device to restart and will eventually result in the error message: "The error occurred with
'Set' operation. Error: Time out occurred."
Note - AT-RG634A: Valid MIB Set values for the Comment parameter is in the range [0255] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a string that is more than 88 characters
long will cause the device to restart and will eventually result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: Time out occurred." After which, the value for the
parameter is then reverted back to its default value.
Valid MIB Set values for the Password parameter is in the range [0-255] inclusive.
Attempting to set this parameter to a string that is more than 87 characters long will cause the
device to restart and will eventually result in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set'
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operation. Error: Time out occurred." After which, the value for the parameter is then
reverted back to its default value.
If GSPAN is loaded on the device, the same behavior may occur when the Comment or
Password parameters are set to a string that is more than 65 characters long and more than 84
characters, respectively,
Note - AT-RG656BD: Valid MIB Set values for the Comment parameter are in the range [089] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid range will cause
the device to restart and will eventually result in the error message: "The error occurred with
'Set' operation. Error: Time out occurred."
Note - AT-RG656BD: Valid MIB Set values for the Password parameter are in the range [075] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid range will cause
the device to restart and will eventually result in the error message: "The error occurred with
'Set' operation. Error: Time out occurred."
Battery Backup Info
Displays power backup status such as the Backup Battery Status and Backup Primary Status
Reset
Resets the residential gateway.
CPE Config Save
Saves the configuration made in the residential gateway.
Note - AT-RG634A: The CPE Config Save option does not save the changes made to the
configuration file.
Telnet
Starts a Telnet connection to the residential gateway.
Bridge Menu
From the Bridge menu, you can view and edit bridge information such as forwarding database, aging
time info and Quality of Service (QoS) info.
Forwarding Database
Displays the Forwarding Database table.
Aging Time Info
Displays information about the aging time status, mode, and value.
Note - AT-RG613xx : The Aging Time Value parameter has a fixed value of 0 and cannot be
modified.
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Note - AT-RG634A: Valid MIB Set values for the Aging Time Value parameter are in the
range [0-2147483647] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to any value will not result
in an error, but the new value will not be applied.
Note - AT-RG656BD: The current firmware version does not allow the Learning Status
parameter to be set to 'disable'. Attempting to do so will result in the error message: "The
error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: time out occurred."
Note - AT-RG656BD : Changing the value of the Aging Time Mode parameter causes the
Aging Time Value parameter to be set to 0.
Note - AT-RG656BD : Valid MIB Set values for the Aging Time Value parameter are in the
range [0-2147483647] inclusive. However, the current firmware version truncates entered
values to 7 digits.
Traffic Priority
Displays the system base priority.
Routing Limit
Displays the routing limit.
Note - Setting the Routing Limit parameter to a value other than 'none' will cause the Base
Priority parameter under Bridge -> Traffic Priority to be set to 0.
Note - When setting the Routing Limit parameter to a value other than 'none', the current
firmware is able to set the parameter successfully for the CLI but not for SNMP. As a result,
AT-View Plus Device Manager will continue to display the value 'none'.
Note - When the Routing Limit parameter is set to a value other than 'none', the value
'???(0)(???(0))' may sometimes be displayed for this parameter.
QoS Info
Displays Differentiated Service Code Point (DSCP) entries and its QoS priority level.
IGMP Menu
From the IGMP menu, you can view and edit information related to Internet Group Management
Protocol (IGMP).
Leave Time
Displays RTC status information including current time, offset, last update, and last delta.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Leave Time parameter are in the range [0-25] inclusive.
Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid range will not result in an error
but the new value will not be applied.
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Note - AT-RG634A: Valid MIB Set values for the Leave Time parameter are in the range [065535] inclusive. Setting this parameter to a valid or invalid value always results in the error
message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: commit Failed."
VLAN Info
Displays the VLAN table.
Group Info
Displays a list of all group multicast address.
Server Info
Displays a list of all multicast servers.
Note - The Server Info sub-menu option does not display the correct parameters. Instead, it
displays the sub-menu option name as a parameter with a value of 'noSuchName'.
VoIP Menu
From the VoIP menu, you can view and edit information related to telephony services available on
the residential gateway.
Note - The current firmware version does not provide the information needed by AT-View Plus
Device Manager to support the H.323 and SIP protocols.
Profile Info
Displays information related to admin profile.
DTMF Relay
Displays Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) relay status.
Note - AT-RG634A: It may take a while before the actual value for the Status parameter is
displayed. The value '???(0)(???(0))' may initially be displayed while Device Manager is
retrieving the actual value from the device.
Media
Displays information related to media transport.
Note - AT-RG634A: The value displayed for the RTCP Status parameter is '???(0)(???(0))'.
QoS
Displays Differentiated Service Code Point (DSCP) entries and its QoS priority level.
Note - AT-RG634A: It may take a while before the actual values for DSCP and TOS
parameters are displayed. The value '0' may initially be displayed for both parameters while
Device Manager is retrieving the actual values from the device.
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Protocol Info
Displays general information about the protocol.
Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Default Port parameter are in the range [10242147483647] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid
range will not result in an error but the new value will not be applied.
Note - When setting the Profile parameter to 'none', the current firmware is able to set
the parameter successfully for the CLI but not for SNMP. As a result, AT-View Plus
Device Manager will continue to display the old value.
Note - AT-RG634A: Valid MIB Set values for the Interface parameter are in the
range [1-75] inclusive. But the current firmware version allows the parameter to be
set to more than 75 characters.
Note - AT-RG634A: Valid MIB Set values for the NAT IP Address parameter are in
the range [0-255] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the
valid range will result in the error message: "No access error."
Note - AT-RG634A: Values displayed on the Protocol Info MIB variable window
may not be consistent with what is set on the device.
Note - AT-RG634A: Valid MIB Set values for the Interface parameter is in the range
[1-75] inclusive. Attempting to set this parameter to a value outside the valid range
will not result to an error message but will cause the device to restart.
Call Agent Info
Displays a list of all call agents available.
Note - AT-RG634A: It may take a while before the correct number of call agents are
displayed in Device Manager.
Port Menu
From the Port menu, you can view and edit MIB information about the ethernet and voice ports.
Utilization
Displays the port's utilization information.
Interface Info
Ethernet
Displays ethernet port statistics such as the number of frames received and transmitted on the
port, bytes received and transmitted on the port and port status.
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Note - Valid MIB Set values for the Port Speed and Mode parameter of the 100Base-FX
WAN ports should only be '100Mbps full-duplex', '100Mbps half-duplex', and 'auto sense'.
However, the current firmware version allows it to be set to '10Mbps full-duplex' or '10Mbps
half-duplex' as well.
Note - Under the Additional Info sub-menu option, if the Port Speed and Mode parameter is
currently set to '100Mbps full-duplex', it cannot be changed to '100Mbps half-duplex'
directly. You will have to set it to some other speed and mode first. This is true for all LAN
and WAN ports.
Note - The Port Flow Control parameter has a fixed value of 'flow' and cannot be modified.
Note - AT-RG613xx : Changing the value of the Port Speed and Mode parameter will result
in the error message: "The error occurred with 'Set' operation. Error: time out occurred."
However, the new value is still set.
Note - AT-RG634A: The current firmware version returns 'No such instance' for the Speed
parameter when the Standard sub-menu option is selected. As a result, no speed is displayed
on the RJ-45 LAN port images.
Note - AT-RG634A: Attempting to set the Port Speed and Mode parameter under the
Additional info sub-menu option, will not result in an error but the new value will not be
applied.
Note - AT-RG634A: Selecting the following voice port context sub-menu items will not
launch their corresponding MIB Variable Windows:
Admin Info
Dial Info
Call Forwarding Info
CLI Info
Quality Info
Statistics
Note - AT-RG634: Valid MIB Set values for the Receive Limit and Transmit Limit
parameters are in the range [0-1000000] inclusive. However, the current firmware version
allows these parameters to be set to more than the maximum value.
Note - AT-RG656BD : When a LAN or WAN port is configured to auto-negotiate and is
connected to a 100Mbps full or half duplex port on another device, the current firmware
version returns '10000000' for the Speed parameter under the Standard sub-menu option. As
a result, the speed displayed on the RJ-45 LAN port images is '10' instead of '100'.
Note - AT-RG656BD: The current firmware version returns '???(195)' for the Port Type
parameter of the 100Base-FX WAN port.
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Note - AT-RG656BD : By default, the WAN port is enabled. However, once disabled, it can
no longer be enabled until the device is reset to factory defaults.
Note - If the user has no read access to the Admin Info MIB group, the association of the
End-Point to the Voice Port may be incorrect when accessing the different context menu
options:
Dial Info
Call Forwarding Info
CLI Info
Quality Info
Statistics
As a result, when a user right clicks on a Voice Port (eg. Tel1) and chooses any context menu
option, the information that may be shown will be for Tel2 instead.
Note - The port number assignment displayed in the Additional Info and Standard
Info MIB Variable Window are inconsistent.
Voice
Displays information for each voice port.
Note - AT-RG634A: The value displayed for the Port parameter is '???(0)'.
Note - AT-RG634A: Device Manager takes a while in retrieving information from the
device. As a result, the value 'no such instance' may be displayed by default. Once the
retrieval process is complete, the actual values for the different MIB variables will be
shown. This applies to the following sub-menu options:
Admin Info
Dial Info
Call Forwarding Info
CLI Info
Quality Info
Statistics
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Port Interface Cards
This section describes the following Port Interface Cards supported in AT-View Plus Device
Manager :
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AT-AR020
AT-AR021
AT-AR022
AT-AR023
AT-AR024
AT-AR026
AT-AR027
If one of these PICs is installed in a PIC bay of a Router (AT-AR400 series or AT-AR700 series), or
in a Network Service Module (NSM) of a Router or Layer 3 Switch (Rapier series), it is displayed in
the PIC bay of the device in the main window. The operations available for the main device include
the ports in any of these PICs.
AT-AR020
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR020
LED
State
Description
B Data
Green
HDLC packets are being exchanged between the switch or
router and another end system device (normally another switch
or router) over any of the B (data) channels.
Gray
No packet transmission over B channel.
AT-AR021
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LED
State
B1 and B2 Green
Gray
Description
For permanent circuits, HDLC packets are being exchanged
between the switch or router and another end system device
(normally another switch or router) over any of the B channel.
For on-demand ISDN, there is a call up over the respective Bchannel.
No packet/data transmission over B-channel.
AT-AR022
Note - There are no LEDs on this PIC.
AT-AR023
Note - There are no LEDs on this PIC.
AT-AR024
Note - There are no LEDs on this PIC.
AT-AR026
Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR026
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
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Note - The four physical ports in this PIC are configured and behave as one ETH port from the
viewpoint of the software running on the device.
AT-AR027
Note - There are no LEDs on this PIC.
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Network Service Modules
This section describes the following Network Service Modules (NSMs) supported in AT-View Plus
Device Manager.
AT-AR040
4-PIC slot NSM
Note - Up to four Port Interface Cards can be installed in the AT-AR040 NSM.
Note - There are no LEDs on this NSM.
AT-AR041 and AT-AR042
8-port BRI-S/T NSM
4-port BRI-S/T NSM
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-AR041 and AT-AR042
LED
State
Data LEDs Orange
Gray
Description
For permanent circuits, HDLC packets are being exchanged
between the switch or router and another TE end system device
(normally another switch or router) over the respective Bchannel. For on-demand ISDN, there is a call up over the
respective B-channel.
No packet/data transmission over B-channel.
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Uplink Modules
This section describes the Uplink Modules that can be installed in Layer 2 Switches, Advanced
Layer 2 Switches, and Layer 3 Switches.
Topics :
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Layer 2 Switches Uplink Modules
Advanced Layer 2 Switches and Layer 3 Switches Uplink Modules
Layer 2 Switches Uplink Modules
If the uplink modules are installed in one of the Layer 2 switches, they are displayed in the uplink
bays of the device in the main window. The operations available for the main device include any of
these uplink modules.
AT-A14
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A14
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A15
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A15
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
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AT-A16
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A16
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A17
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A17
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A18
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A18
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A19
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Device Manager LEDs for AT-A19
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A16/AT-A17/AT-A19
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A16/AT-A17/AT-A19
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full- duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A45/AT-A47/AT-STACKM
Note - There are no LEDs on this module.
AT-A46
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A46
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
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Advanced Layer 2 Switches and Layer 3 Switches Uplink
Modules
If the uplink modules are installed in one of the Rapier series or AT-8700XL series switches, they
are displayed in the uplink bays of the device in the main window. The operations available for the
main device include any of these uplink modules.
AT-A35
Note - There are no LEDs on this module.
AT-A39/T
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A39/T
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
Note - Earlier versions of the AT-A39/T uplink module may only operate at 1000 Mbps.
AT-A40
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A40/MT and AT-A40/SC
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
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AT-A41
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A41/MT and AT-A41/SC
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
AT-A42/GBIC
Device Manager LEDs for AT-A42/GBIC
LED
State
Description
DUPLEX
Green
The port is operating at full-duplex.
Orange
The port is operating at half-duplex.
Uplink Modules
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