Cabletron Systems ST-500 Specifications

SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
Device Management
Ascom TimePlex ST-1000
Supports Management Module SM-ASC1000
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Contents
INTRODUCTION
System Profile Administration....................................... 22
Node System Profile ................................................. 22
Master Clock System Profile..................................... 23
Cpi System Profile .................................................... 24
Partition and Softload Administration ........................... 25
Security Partition Entry ............................................. 25
Configuration Partition Entry ..................................... 25
Security Softload Entry ............................................. 25
Node Status.................................................................. 26
Nest Administration ...................................................... 29
Channel Profile Administration ..................................... 31
Community Administration............................................ 31
Hardware Resource Engine Administration.................. 32
Hardware Resource Engine Information................... 32
Hardware Resource Engine Configuration ............... 33
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Purpose and Scope ........................................................8
Required Reading ...........................................................8
Supported Devices..........................................................9
The SPECTRUM Model ..................................................9
PERFORMANCE VIEWS
10
Port Performance View .................................................11
Device Performance View.............................................11
INTERFACE DEVICE VIEW
12
Interface Icons ..............................................................13
Interface Icon Labels.....................................................14
Interface Status View ....................................................15
Interface Address Translation Table .............................15
ST1KACCESSAPP
DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW
16
APPLICATIONS VIEWS SUMMARY
17
ST1KNODEAPP
20
Access Control ............................................................. 35
Root Access Administration ...................................... 35
Trap Access Administration ...................................... 35
Node Access Administration ..................................... 36
Community Access Control Administration............... 37
Mib2 Access Control ............................................. 37
Alarm Access Control ............................................ 38
Security Access Control ........................................ 38
Statistics Access Control ....................................... 39
Node Administration......................................................20
Node Configuration Parameters ................................20
Node Clock Configuration..........................................21
Node Available Resource Info ...................................22
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Status Access Control............................................40
Community Access Control....................................42
Configuration Access Control ................................42
CPI/Modem Access Control ..........................................44
CPI Port Configuration...............................................44
Modem Port Configuration.........................................44
Root Node IP Access Information .................................45
Root Node IP Access Config ........................................45
ST1KMODULEAPP
ST1KSGMAPP
Sgm/Ag Module Status................................................. 69
SAF Status Administration............................................ 70
ST1KAD10APP
47
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LGM Port Administration ...............................................60
LGM Routing Table .......................................................62
LGM Resource Administration ......................................62
LGM Translation Administration....................................63
LGM Module Status ......................................................63
LGM Port Status ...........................................................64
LGM Port Statistics .......................................................65
ST1KFSMAPP
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ST1KRTMAPP
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RTM Port Administration .............................................. 87
Rtm Port Table.......................................................... 87
AD-3 and AD-7 Port Configuration Table.................. 88
RTM Specific Status ..................................................... 88
RTM Port Application Status ........................................ 89
RTM Port Statistics....................................................... 90
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FSM Module Status ......................................................66
FSM-16 Resource Administration .................................68
FSM-64 Resource Administration .................................68
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AD 10 Configuration Administration ............................. 73
AGM Port Administration .......................................... 73
Voice Port Administration.......................................... 74
Data Port Administration ........................................... 75
Packet Band Administration...................................... 75
AD 10 Status Administration......................................... 77
Packet Band Status .................................................. 77
Agm Port Status........................................................ 77
AD 10 Data/Voice Port Status................................... 79
AD 10 Statistics ............................................................ 85
Voice Port Statistics .................................................. 85
Packet Band Statistics .............................................. 85
Data Port Statistics. .................................................. 85
Slot Configuration .........................................................47
Slot Status.....................................................................53
NCP Module Status ......................................................54
NCP Flash PROM Status..............................................54
Port Status Administration ............................................55
ST1KLGMAPP
69
ST1KCHNLAPP
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Network/Nodal Voice Profile Administration ................. 91
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Networkwide Voice Profile Table...............................92
Nodal Voice Profile Table ..........................................93
TDM Channel Configuration .........................................95
General Channel Status................................................97
Trunk Group Application Status ....................................98
Trunk Group Contents Status .......................................98
PacketChannelSource-DestinationStatisticsAdministration
99
Packet Channel Statistics..........................................99
CIR/EIR Statistics ......................................................99
Packet Port CIR Statistics....................................100
Packet Net CIR Statistics.....................................100
Packet Port EIR Statistics ....................................101
Packet Net EIR Statistics .....................................101
Segments Statistics .................................................102
Packet Channel Bypass Statistics Administration.......103
Packet Channel Bypass Statistics ...........................103
CIR/EIR Statistics ....................................................104
Packet In CIR Statistics .......................................104
Packet Out CIR Statistics.....................................105
Packet In EIR Statistics ...........................................106
Packet Out EIR Statistics ........................................106
Segments Statistics .................................................107
ST1KINLAPP
109
ST1KFRMRLYAPP
Packet Channel Status/Ping View .............................. 114
Packet Channel Status Table ................................. 114
Packet Channel Ping Table .................................... 115
Frame Relay Channel Administration View ................ 116
Frame Relay Port Administration View....................... 117
Packet Port Statistics View......................................... 119
ST1KBUNDLEAPP
122
Bundle Configuration .................................................. 122
Bundle Status ............................................................. 125
ST1KE1PORTAPP
127
E1M Port Configuration .............................................. 127
E1M Port Statistics ..................................................... 129
ST1KT1PORTAPP
130
T1M Port Configuration .............................................. 130
T1M Port Statistics ..................................................... 132
ST1KSDMPORTAPP
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SDM Port Configuration View..................................... 133
ST1KASMAPP
Inter Nodal Link Configuration ....................................109
Inter Nodal Link Status................................................111
Inter Nodal Link Contents Status ................................112
Inter Nodal Link Statistics ...........................................112
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ASM Resource Utilization........................................... 136
ASM Module Status.................................................... 137
ASM Engine Status .................................................... 137
Application Status....................................................... 138
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ST1KVOICEAPP
D-Channel Exchange Code Admin ......................... 172
D-Channel Q-Sig Protocol Admin ........................... 172
Quality of Service Administration ............................ 174
DSM Port Specific Administration............................... 176
D-Channel Port Administration ............................... 176
D-Channel Port Virtual Status Administration ......... 177
D-Channel Port Real Call Status Administration..... 182
DSM D-Channel Port Statistics .................................. 184
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ASM Voice Application Administration ........................140
ASM Voice Application Status ....................................146
ASM Voice Port Statistics ...........................................148
ST1KASMX50APP
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X50 Configuration Administration ...............................149
X50 Port Administration...........................................149
X50 Circuit Administration .......................................150
ASM X50 Status..........................................................151
X50 Port Status Administration................................151
X50 Circuit Status Administration ............................151
ASM X50 Statistics .....................................................152
ST1KDSMAPP
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DSM Port Configuration ..............................................168
Inter DSM Communication ......................................168
B-Channel on D-Channel Port Administration .........168
D-Channel Port Administration ................................169
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Alarm Partition Header/System Profile ....................... 186
Alarm Log Table ......................................................... 186
DEVICE CONFIGURATION VIEW
189
MODEL INFORMATION VIEWS
191
INDEX
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DSM Module Specific Entry ........................................153
Module Implementation Administration ...................153
Module CDR Implementation Administration...........155
DSM Module Specific Status ......................................156
Module CDR Log Status Administration ..................156
Module Exchange Code Status ...............................156
Module CDR Record Status ....................................157
DSM Module Statistics ................................................167
ST1KDSMPORTAPP
ST1KALARMAPP
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Introduction
Purpose and Scope
Introduction
This section identifies what you should understand about SPECTRUM and the Ascom TimePlex SYNCHRONYR
ST-1000 before you use this document.
The following topics are covered in this section:
•
•
•
•
Purpose and Scope on Page 8
Required Reading on Page 8
Supported Devices on Page 9
The SPECTRUM Model on Page 9
Purpose and Scope
Device Management documentation available
online at Cabletron’s website.
Required Reading
Before using this document, you should
understand the functions and navigation
techniques of SPECTRUM as described in the
following documents.
Use this document as a reference for SPECTRUM
management module SM-ASC1000, which
provides device management support for the
Ascom TimePlex Group’s SYNCHRONY ST-1000
Switching System and TNT protocol.
Note:
Note:
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Operators
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Administrators
• How to Manage Your Networks with
SPECTRUM
The SYNCHRONY ST-1000 is referred
to as the “ST-1000” throughout this
document.
• SPECTRUM Views
• SPECTRUM Menus
The information in this document is intended for
use in conjunction with the other SPECTRUM
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• SPECTRUM Icons
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Introduction
Supported Devices
Supported Devices
Figure 1:
The ST-1000 consists of one control shelf and up
to three optional expansion shelves located in one
or more physical chassis. Each shelf has 17 slots
to accommodate a nodal control processor; T1,
E1, synchronous data, and remote termination
I/O modules; and server modules.
Device Icon
Model Name
Model Type
Model Name
The ST-1000 provides for voice, video, and data
transmission through the LAN including routing,
bridging, and a range of SNA capabilities.
Close
Ctrl +c
Navigate
Zoom
Device
DevTop
Application
Acknowledge
Flash Green Enabled
Configuration
Model Information
Primary Application
Model Type
The SPECTRUM Model
SPECTRUM uses the model type St1kNode to
represent the physical device, its applications,
and their interfaces.
Figure 1 shows the two types of icons that
represent an ST-1000 and a sample Icon
Subviews menu. These icons and menus let you
access views that provide device management
information.
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Performance Views
The SPECTRUM Model
Performance Views
This section describes the Performance views available for the device.
These views display statistical information about
device and port operation. The following
performance views are available:
Figure 2:
Sample Performance View
ST1000-Node_IP R of type IP2RtrApp of Landscape Host: Primary
* File
• The Port Performance View on Page 11
provides packet statistics for the device’s
ports.
View
Options
Help?
• The Device Performance View on Page 11
provides statistical information on frames
forwarded and received by the device.
Manufacturer
Device Type
Primary Application
Log
100.0
10.00
Figure 2 shows a sample performance view. A
detailed description of the performance view is
provided in SPECTRUM Views.
System Up Time
Network Address
Name
Contact
Description
Location
1.00
0.10
Frames
Serial Number
Value
Peak Value
% Filtered
%Forwarded
* Transmitted Rate
0.01
0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0
0
0
Graph Properties
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* Received Rate
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Performance Views
Port Performance View
Port Performance View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
icons, select Performance.
The following packet statistics are displayed:
•
•
•
•
Load
Packet Rate
% Error
% Discarded
Device Performance View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Device
icon, select Performance.
The following frame statistics are displayed:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Frame rate
% Delivered
% Forwarded
% Transmit
% Error
% Discarded
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Interface Device View
Device Performance View
Interface Device View
This section describes the view that provides dynamic configuration and performance information for the
device’s interfaces.
Figure 3 shows an Interface Device view. In
addition to displaying interface information, this
view provides a Device icon that lets you monitor
the ST-1000’s operation and access other views
specific to the device. If the configuration of the
ST-1000 changes, SPECTRUM modifies the
Interface Device view after the next polling cycle
to reflect the new configuration.
Figure 3:
Interface Device View
ST1000-Node of type St1kNode of Landscape Host: Primary
* File
View
Options
Name
Contact
Help?
Network Address
Description
Primary Application
Location
Model Name
System Up Time
Manufacturer
Device Type
Serial Number
Find Phy Addr
Interface Description
Model Type
Note:
Note:
The Interface Options Panel is
described in SPECTRUM Views.
1 ON
Ethernet
Device Icon
Interface Options Panel
8:0:B:3E:F8:C1
202.62.141.134
0
2
ON
T1
Interface Icons
0:0:30:68:6F:F9
0:0:0:0
0
3
ON
Other
0:0:30:68:6F:FA
0:0:0:0
0
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Interface Device View
Interface Icons
Interface Icons
These icons represent the interfaces/ports of the
ST-1000. They identify the type of interface or
port and provide statistical information.
Figure 4:
Icon Subviews Menu
(a)
Close
Ctrl +c
Navigate
Alarms
Performance
Notes...
Utilities
Detail
IF Status
IF Configuration
IF Address Translation Table
Secondary Address
Thresholds
Model Information
Figure 4 shows a sample Interface icon, its Icon
Subviews menu, and its labels/double-click
zones.
Note:
Note:
Sample Interface Icon
The callouts (a) through (g) displayed in
the illustration identify the label and, if
available, the view to which it provides
double-click access. For example, the icon
area referred to by callout (b) displays the
administrative status and provides
double-click access to the Interface Status
view. The menu displayed in the
illustration is the Icon Subviews menu for
that Interface icon.
(b)
ON
RS232
(c)
0:0:1D:F:FD:B6
(d)
134.141.60.107
(e)
1
0
(f)
(a) Interface Label
(b) Administrative Status Label/Interface Status View
(c) Interface Type Label/Default GIB View
(d) MAC Address Label/Interface Address Translation Table
(e) Address Label/ Secondary Address Panel
(f) Gauge Label/ Performance View
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Interface Device View
Interface Icon Labels
The following paragraphs describe the Interface
icon labels and the views accessible from the
associated double-click zone, when available.
These views are also accessible from the Icon
Subviews menu.
Interface Label
This label displays the interface (port) number.
Administrative Status Label
This label displays the status of the interface for
the primary application selected. The possible
states are ON, OFF, and Test. Double-click this
label to open the Interface Status View on
Page 15.
Interface Icon Labels
open the Secondary Address Panel, which is
described in SPECTRUM Views.
Change this label’s display as follows:
1
Double-click the label to open the Secondary
Address Panel.
2
Select the address you wish to display and
click OK.
Gauge Label
This label displays the performance statistic that
you set in the Gauge Control Panel, which is
accessed from the Interface Options Panel. (Refer
to SPECTRUM Views.) Double-click this label to
open the Device Performance view.
Interface Type Label
This label displays the interface type. Doubleclick this label to open the Default GIB view,
which shows the model type name.
MAC Address Label
This label displays the address of the ST-1000
interface. Double-click this label to open the
Interface Address Translation Table on Page 15.
Address Label
This label displays the address or mask. The
default is the address. Double-click this label to
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Interface Device View
Interface Status View
Interface Status View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
Device view, select IF Status.
This view lets you set the administrative status. It
provides the following information.
Interface Address Translation
Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the Interface
Device view, select IF Address Translation Table.
Operational Status
A read-only field displaying the current
operational state of the interface (ON, OFF, or
Testing).
This table cross-references the ST-1000 physical
addresses to the network addresses for the
selected Interface icon. Double-click any field in
the table to display a dialog box that lets you
update the physical and network addresses.
Administrative Status
A menu button that lets you set the desired
operational state of the interface (ON, OFF, or
Testing).
This table is accessed from the Interface
Configuration Table within the Device
Configuration view. The fields are described
below.
Table 1 shows the possible interface states, the
Administrative label text display, and the
respective label colors.
Interface Index
A unique value for each interface. Its value ranges
between 1 and the total number of interfaces.
Table 1:
Interface Status Label Definitions
Operational Administrative
State
State
Text
Display
Label
Color
ON
ON
ON
Green
OFF
OFF
OFF
Blue
OFF
ON
OFF
Yellow
Testing
Testing
Test
Red
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Physical Address
The interface’s address at the protocol layer
immediately below IP (Internet Protocol) in the
protocol stack. The Ethernet address of the bridge
is displayed for both channels of the bridge.
Network Address
The network address of the interface.
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Device Topology View
Interface Address Translation Table
Device Topology View
This section introduces the Device Topology view for this model type.
This view displays icons representative of the ST1000, its ports or interfaces, and other devices
and LANs containing those devices and connected
to its ports. Refer to SPECTRUM Views for details
on this view.
Figure 5:
Sample Device Topology View
ST1000-Node of type St1kNode of Landscape Host:Primary
* File
View
Options
Help?
A sample Device Topology view is shown in
Figure 5.
1 ON
Ethernet
2
ON
SLIP
3
ON
Other
8:0:B:3E:F8:C1
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0.0.0.0
1.200.196.134
0
0
0
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Applications Views Summary
Interface Address Translation Table
Applications Views Summary
This section describes the Applications view and provides a cross-reference to the device-specific applications
available for the ST-1000.
Figure 6 shows an Applications view in the Icon
mode, which shows application models as icons.
A List mode, which displays text labels, is also
available. To change the display mode, select
View > Mode > Icon or List.
Figure 6:
ST1000-Node of type St1kNode of Landscape Host: Primary
* File
View
Options
Model Name
The icons (Icon mode) and text labels (List mode)
represent applications supported by the ST-1000.
These applications are associated with the IP
address used to model the device in SPECTRUM.
Some applications are common to all model types
in SPECTRUM and others are device-specific.
Some applications are for optional products
purchased separately. Which applications are
available depends upon the configuration of the
ST-1000. Only the device-specific application are
described in this document.
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Network Address
System Up Time
Manufacturer
Contact
Device Type
Description
Primary Application
Location
Serial Number
ST1000-Node
Switch&Trans
Routing
MIB II
GenRtrApp
SNMP2_Agent
ST1000-Node
ascomApp
ST1000-Node
ascomApp
IP Routing
IP2RtrApp
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Applications Views Summary
Interface Address Translation Table
The following device-specific applications are
described in this document.
Note:
Note:
• ST1kAdxApp provides model information. See
Model Information Views on Page 191.
• ST1kAd10App on Page 73 provides AD 10
AGM port, voice port, data port, and packet
band configuration, status, and statistics
information.
• ST1kRtmApp on Page 87 provides RTM port
configuration, status, and statistics
information.
• ST1kChnlApp on Page 91 provides channel
and trunk status and statistics information.
• ST1kINLApp on Page 109 provides Inter Nodal
Link (INL) configuration, status, and statistics
information.
• ST1kFrmRlyApp on Page 114 provides frame
relay channel and port status information.
• ST1kBundleApp on Page 122 provides bundle
configuration and status information.
• ST1kE1PortApp on Page 127 provides E1M
port configuration and status information.
• ST1kT1PortApp on Page 130 provides T1M
port configuration and status information.
• ST1kSdmPortApp on Page 133 provides SDM
port configuration and status information.
• ST1kAsmApp on Page 136 provides ASM
resource utilization and status information.
• ST1kVoiceApp on Page 140 provides ASM
voice configuration and statistics information.
Each application provides access to
one or more views. Typically, these
views present data in tables. Items
listed in a table quite often provide
double-click access to a detailed view
that lets you view other associated
data and/or make changes to readwrite fields contained in the view.
• St1kNodeApp on Page 20 lets you configure
and administer to the ST-1000 node.
• ST1kAccessApp on Page 35 provides node
and modem access control status and
configuration information.
• ST1kModuleApp on Page 47 provides slot,
NCP, and port status information.
• ST1kLgmApp on Page 60 provides LGM port
utilization, configuration, and status
information and statistics.
• ST1kFsmApp on Page 66 provides FSM
module status information.
• ST1kSgmApp on Page 69 provides utilization
and status information for the SGM/AG
module and its ports.
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Applications Views Summary
Interface Address Translation Table
• ST1kAsmX50App on Page 149 provides ASM
X50 configuration and statistics information.
• ST1kDsmApp on Page 153 provides DSM
module configuration, status, and statistics
information.
• ST1kDsmPortApp on Page 168 provides DSM
port configuration, status, and statistics
information.
• ST1kAlarmApp on Page 186 provides alarm
administration information.
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St1kNodeApp
Node Administration
St1kNodeApp
This application lets you configure and administer to the ST-1000 node.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
Community Administration on Page 31 provides
security, configuration, status, and alarm
mapping information.
Node Administration on Page 20 provides node
configuration and node clock configuration
parameters, as well as node available-resource
information.
Hardware Resource Engine Administration on
Page 32 provides hardware resource engine
status and configuration information.
System Profile Administration on Page 22
provides node system profile, master clock system
profile, and Cpi system profile information.
Node Administration
Partition and Softload Administration on Page 25
provides security partition, configuration
partition, and security softload information.
Node Status on Page 26 provides node status,
clock, and softload/upload information.
Nest Administration on Page 29 provides nest
status and configuration information.
Channel Profile Administration on Page 31
provides channel cost and error information.
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This view contains the three areas described
below, i.e., Node Configuration Parameters, Node
Clock Configuration, and Node Available
Resource Information.
Node Configuration Parameters
This area of the Node Administration view
contains the following read/write fields.
Name
Information you enter that identifies the location
of the ST-1000, e.g., a building name.
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Node Administration
Contact
Information you enter that identifies a person to
contact, e.g., a name and phone number.
Index
A read only integer from 1 to 8.
Description
Information you enter that identifies the ST-1000,
e.g., by its function in your organization.
Location
Information you enter that identifies the location
of the ST-1000 more definitively than Name, e.g.,
an address.
Number of Nest
The number of the nest that you enter. The
default is 1. New numbers will not operate until
the restNodeDiagnostics(updateNest) MIB
attribute is updated.
Clock Switch
A drop-down selector button that can be set to
normal or fast.
Alarm Relay
A drop-down selector button that can be set to
enable or disable.
Node Clock Configuration
This area of the Node Administration view
contains the following fields.
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Start Mode
A read-write field that can be set to active or
erase. The default is active.
Update
A read-only field that indicates the need to update
the clock. The possible values are loaded or
updateRequired (the default value).
Type
A read-write value that can be set to internal,
station1, station2, portRxInd, portRxDep, or
portTx.
Station Speed
A read-write field that can be set to one of the
speed values listed below.
s2400
s3200
s3600
s4000
s4800
s5600
s6000
s6400
s7200
s8000
s8400
s9600
s12000
s14400
s16000
s19200
s24000
s28800
s32000
s38400
s40800
s48000
s50000
s56000
s57600
s64000
s72000
s76800
s80000
s96000
s112000
s128000
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s144000
s153600
s168000
s192000
s224000
s230400
s256000
s384000
s448000
s460800
s512000
s576000
s672000
s768000
s896000
s1024000
s1152000
s1334400
s1536000
s1544000
s1920000
s1984000
s2048000
s1856000
s1792000
s1728000
s1664000
s1600000
s1472000
s1408000
s1288000
s1280000
s1232000
s1216000
s1176000
s1120000
s1088000
s1064000
s1008000
s960000
s952000
s840000
s832000
s784000
s728000
s704000
s640000
s616000
s560000
s504000
s392000
s336000
s320000
s280000
Node Available Resource Info
This area of the Node Administration view
contains the following fields.
Id
The available resource address. If no address is
found, the value is 0.
Resource Type
Specifies the resource type to search.
System Profile Administration
This Icon Subview selection accesses a view that
contains the three areas described below, i.e.,
Node System Profile, Master Clock System Profile,
and Cpi System Profile.
Node System Profile
The following fields are provided:
Port Source
A read-write value that provides the port address.
Quality
A read-write value that can be set to high or low.
The default is high.
Priority
A read-write priority value from 1 to 8.
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Node Number
A read-write value indicating the node number
(e.g., 20.1).
Node Type
A selector button that indicates either rootNode,
which is a dedicated node that serves as an active
gateway to other ST-1000 nodes in the same
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Node Date
A read-write value that updates the NCP RTC
clock. The format is mm/dd/yyyy.
network; dedicatedNode, which is dedicated to
the user device or the CNMS; or sharedNode,
which is owned by the CNMS with resources on
the node allocated to multiple user partitions.
Database Version
A read-only value indicating the non-volatile RAM
database version number. If this number does not
match the internal version number used for the
revision of NCP code running at node startup, the
database will be flushed. In this event, you can
reconfigure the node and reset it to put the node
back into operation.
Node Control
A selector button used to set control to one of the
following values: resetNode resets the node;
validDateDatabase sets the database version
number to the value used for this revision of ST1000 software; invalidDateDatabase sets the
database version number to zero, which will flush
the database when the node is reset;
updateThroughput loads all of the throughput
values from the node access table; and
updateCpiProfile loads the CPI system information
(i.e., control. three passwords, the session
timeout value, and the maximum number of
throughput sessions).
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Node Partition Id
A read-write integer value, 1 being reserved for
the CNMS.
Node Update
A read-only field set to loaded when the node is
reset. The default value is resetRequired.
Node Time
A read-write value that updates the NCP RTC
clock. The format is hh:mm:ss.
Default Root
A read-write root value used by the trap generator
to send traps if there is no alarm log notification
list specified.
Master Clock System Profile
The following fields are provided:
Node Master Clock Priority
A read-write value indicating Master1 through
Master16 or Slave. The default value is Slave.
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Master Clock List
A read-write value indicating up to 16 master
clock nodes, with two bytes used for each node
number.
Cpi Password Control
Indicates whether CPI access is controlled using
passwords. This field and the three CPI
passwords apply to CPI access through the CPI
port, through the modem port, and through
access devices.
Cpi System Profile
Cpi Password Level 1
This password allows both read and write access
to both local and remote nodes if password
control is enabled. It applies to users accessing
the node from the CPI port, modem port, or an
access device.
The following fields are provided:
Cpi Profile Update
Indicates whether the CPI password control, CPI
session timeout time, CPI maximum number of
passthrough sessions, or any of the three CPI
passwords have been changed since the last
update CPI profile command was invoked.
Cpi Session Timeout
The CPI session will terminate when no request is
made for the number of minutes indicated by this
field. For the CPI port, this timeout only occurs if
password control is enabled. For the modem port,
the session can terminate regardless of the
password control state and the port will switch to
an NMS session in SLIP mode.
Cpi Max Passthru Sessions
Indicates the maximum number of CPI access
device passthrough sessions that can be active
simultaneously.
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Cpi Password Level 2
This password allows both read and write access
to the local node and read-only access to the
remote nodes if password control is enabled. It
applies to users accessing the node from the CPI
port, modem port, or an access device.
Cpi Password Level 3
This password allows read-only access to both
local and remote nodes if password control is
enabled. It applies to users accessing the node
from the CPI port, modem port, or an access
device.
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Partition and Softload
Administration
Config Partition CRC Check
A read-only field that can be succeed or fail.
This view contains the three areas described
below, i.e., Security Partition Entry, Configuration
Partition Entry, and Security Softload Entry.
Config Partition Flush Mode
A write-only field that can be enable or disable.
Security Softload Entry
This area of the Partition and Softload
Administration view contains the following fields.
Security Partition Entry
This area of the Partition and Softload
Administration view contains the following fields.
Sec. Partition Control
A write-only field that can be validateCRC or
invalidateCRC.
Sec. Partition CRC Check
A read-only field that can be succeed or fail.
Softload Dest Port
A read-write value that identifies the destination
module or port for downloading software. A
module address uses the format nest:slot:0. If
the address is 0:0:0, the file will be downloaded
to the active NCP.
Softload File Name
Specifies the file on an EMS or CPS station to be
downloaded into NCP program store. The type of
code in the file is indicated by Softload Software
Type.
Sec. Partition Flush Mode
A write-only field that can be enable or disable.
Configuration Partition Entry
This area of the Partition and Softload
Administration view contains the following fields.
Softload Ems Node ID
A read-write field that gives the root node ID for
the source EMS or ST-1000 node.
Config Partition Control
A write-only field that can be validateCRC or
invalidateCRC.
Softload Timeout
A read-write field that indicates the number of
seconds that the ST1000 will wait during a
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softload before aborting the softload if no
response is received.
with access through the root node specified in
Softload Ems Node ID.
Softload Control
A write-only field having one of the following
values. startDownload initiates download from an
EMS, local CPS, or other ST-1000 node to an
online FLASH memory location. onlineCopy
initiates an online image copy from an offline
FLASH memory location (not mapped by the NCP
map file) to the online one (mapped by the NCP
map file). startDownloadToRecovery initiates
download from an EMS, local CPS, or other ST1000 node to an offline FLASH memory location.
Softload Directory Name
A read-write field that specifies the directory path
where the file that is to be downloaded resides on
the EMS or CPS station.
Softload Software Type
A read-write field that identifies the module type
for downloading software or database image.
This view provides the following fields.
Node Status
Displays either online, initializing, or fail.
Node Condition
Displays either normal or exception.
SW Revision
The version number of the NCP software that is
currently running.
MIB Revision
The version number of the MIB schema that the
NCP is currently running.
Node Up Time
The number of seconds since the last restart of
this ST-1000.
Softload Source Ems IP
A read-write field that identifies the download
server. If the value is 1.0.0.0, CPS is being used.
If the value is 2.0.0.0, another ST-1000 node is
being used whose node ID is specified in Softload
Ems Node ID. Otherwise, the EMS is being used,
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Node Status
Error Minutes
The count of the error minutes in the bus for the
past 24 hours.
Number Of Nest
An integer value from 1 to 4.
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PktBand BW Avail
An integer value from 0 to 2147483647.
Alarm Relay Status
Indicates whether the alarm relay port is
programmed to be used or not. The possible
values are enabled and disabled.
PktBand BW Max
An integer value from 0 to 2147483647.
Alarm Relay Sub Status
Total Dsm Calls/Sec
An integer value in calls per second.
Node Status Diagnostics
A write-only field that you set to one of the
following: update nest, update clock table,
select clock1, select clock2, select clock3,
select clock4, select clock5, select clock6,
select clock7, select clock8, enable test
gen local, enable test gen remote, disable
test gen, turn on major alarm relay, turn
off major alarm relay, turn on minor alarm
relay, turn off minor alarm relay, clear Ncp
Bg Diag results, or clear Ncp startup Diag
results.
TestGen Status
The current status of the test generator for TDM
nDS0 channels. The possible values are idle,
good, and error.
TestGen TDM Channel
The current channel address that the TDM test
generator is being used on.
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The status of the major alarm relay (first value)
and the minor alarm relay (second value). The
possible values are onOn, onOff, offOn, and
offOff. This field is only valid if the alarm relay is
enabled.
Modem Status
The current status of the modem port. The
possible values are idle, inCpsSession, and
inEmsSession.
Cpi Status
The current status of the CPI port. The possible
values are idle and inSession.
Softload Status
The softload status. idle means that no softload
has been run since the node went online.
softloading indicates that a download is
underway from an SNMS, CPS, or other node.
copyToStandbyNcp means that a file is being
transferred from the active NCP to the standby
NCP. copyToModule means that a file that is not
stored on the NCP is being transferred to the
module that is responsible for storing the file.
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copyToOnline means that a file is being
transferred from the flash recovery area to its
proper location in flash. success means that a
download completed with no errors. Any other
value indicates that an error occurred during a
softload.
successfully; noResource (106),
transmitFailure (107), and receiveFailure
(108) indicate specific upload failures, and
failure (43) means reason unknown.
Softload Size
The number of bytes softloaded. Divide this value
by the value of Softload Total to determine the
completion percentage. If no softloading is in
progress, this value is 0.
Softload Total
Total number of bytes to be softloaded. If no
softloading is in progress, this value is 0.
Softload Software Type
Indicates the type of software being transferred if
a softload is in progress. notApplicable is
displayed if no softload is in progress.
Upload Status
Each upload client, which is used to upload files
to SNMS or to other nodes, is represented by one
octet. There are a maximum of eight upload
clients per ST-1000 node. The possible values for
a single octet (that is, a single upload client) are
the following: idle (36) means no upload has
occurred; uploading (68) means upload is in
progress; success (65) means upload completed
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Upload Size
The number of bytes that have been uploaded to
each of up to eight clients. Each client uses four
bytes for its value. Divide each client's value in
this field by the corresponding value in Upload
Total to determine the completion percentage. If
no uploading is in progress, the value for that
client will be 0.
Upload Total
The total number of bytes to be uploaded to each
of up to eight clients. Each client uses four bytes
for its value. If no uploading is in progress, the
value for that client will be 0.
Upload Client ID
The node numbers of the eight clients that this
node is serving during an upload. Each client is
identified by two bytes. If the client is an EMS, the
value will be xFFFE.
The following fields are in the Clock Information
view, which is accessed by clicking Clock
Information in the Node Status view.
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Node Clock Source Type
The type of clock currently in use. If Node Clock
Status is slaveHoldover, this field may display
notApplicable. The possible values are
internal, station1, station2, port RxInd,
port RxDep, port Tx, notApplicable.
Master Clock Priority
A read-only field having a value of slave or
Master1 through Master16.
Master Clock Msg
A read only field displaying assertingMaster
mode, defaultInternal, or unavailable.
Node Clock Table Index
A read-only field that indicates which clock in the
clock fallback table is in use. If Node Clock
Status is slaveHoldover, this field may display
0.
Node Clock Source Port
The source port address of the clock currently in
use if Node Clock Source Type is port RxInd,
port RxDep, or port Tx; otherwise, this field will
be 0.
Node Clock Source Priority
An integer value from 1 to 8 that gives the priority
of the clock currently in use. If Node Clock
Status is slaveHoldover, this field may display
0.
Node Clock Status
A read-only field that displays either locked,
lockedStable, locking, relocking, slaveHoldover,
waitInternal, hardwareCheck, startup,
defaultIntOsc.
Node Clock Substatus
The substates associated with the Slave Holdover
state. If Node Clock Status is not
slaveHoldover, then notApplicable will be
displayed. The possible values are
checkQualifier, delayFallback,
prequalifyClock, qualifyInvalid,
qualifyValid, requalifying, waitInvalid,
waitQualify, notApplicable.
Node Clock Source Quality
The quality of the clock currently in use. The
possible values are high, low, or notApplicable.
If Node Clock Status is slaveHoldover, this field
may display notApplicable.
Node Clock Source Qualifier Status
A read-only field having a value of good or error.
Nest Administration
The view provides the following fields.
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Addr
The nest address.
Bus Loopback
The Bus Loopback status, either leftEnable,
rightEnable, or disable.
Status
A read-only field having initializing, online,
and failed as possible values.
SlotPresence
The lsb of the second octet represents slot 1 and
the msb of the first octet represents slot 16. Slot
17 always has an RXM. Each bit set to 1 indicates
that a module is present in that slot.
Condition
A read-only field having normal and exception
as possible values.
Active Right
A read-only value equal to circuit1 or circuit2.
Num Modules
An integer value from 1 to 17.
Power
The power supply condition, either good or fail.
Active Left
A read-only value equal to circuit1 or circuit2.
Fan
The fan condition, either good or fail.
Rxm Ckt1
The Rxm Circuit 1 status, either pass, fail or
noRxm.
Temperature
The temperature condition, either good or
tooHigh.
Rxm Ckt2
The Rxm Circuit 2 status, either pass, fail or
noRxm.
Clk Ref1
The Clock Reference 1 status, either enable or
disable.
Lxm Ckt1
The Lxm Circuit 1 status, either pass, fail or
noLxm.
Clk Ref2
The Clock Reference 2 status, either enable or
disable.
Lxm Ckt2
The Lxm Circuit 2 status, either pass, fail or
noLxm.
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Description
A textual description of the nest configuration.
MaxSatHop
An integer value from 0 to 5.
Channel Profile Administration
ErrPerfReq
The error performance requirement (x) used as
10E-(x). The range is from 10E-4 to 10E-9.
This view provides the following fields. Except for
Index, which is a read-only field, all fields are
read-write. Double-click an entry to access the
Detail view and make changes.
Index
An integer value from 1 to 225.
Cntrl Mod
The control mode state, either enable, disable,
or erase.
Cost Type
The cost types, which can have the value hops,
userDesignated, queuingDelay, or
delayAndCost.
Max Cost
A value ranging from 0 to 2147483647.
Priority
A value ranging from 0 to 16.
Encryption
Either don’tCare or required.
INL Group
A value ranging from 0 to 7, with 0 meaning
“don’tCare.”
OverRide
The channel profile override, either enable or
disable.
Retry Timer
A read-write that indicates how often the ST-1000
will attempt to reconnect a channel, using the
current profile, in the event of an abnormal
disconnection or connection failure. The channel
must be configured for automatic connection.
This field uses an incremental value from 1
through 60, with each increment equal to 5
seconds. The range for this field is therefore 5
seconds to 5 minutes (5 x 60 seconds). The
default value is 6 (i.e., 30 seconds).
Community Administration
This view provides the following fields.
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Index
The format is Partition ID (1-1023):Entry ID
(1-5). Only 32 partitions can be entered, each
with 5 entries.
Cntrl Mod
The community control mode can be enable,
disable, or erase. A community entry cannot be
erased if it is enabled. Community entry 1.1
cannot be disabled or erased.
Name
The default name is “public.”
Security Map
Represents which groups in the security MIB this
community has access to. For each octet, 1
means no access, 2 means read-only, and 3
means read-write.
Config Map
Represents which groups in the resource
configuration MIB this community has access to.
For each octet, 1 means no access, 2 means readonly, and 3 means read-write.
Status Map
Represents which groups in the resource status
MIB this community has access to. For each
octet, 1 means no access, 2 means read-only, and
3 means read-write.
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Stats. Map
Represents which groups in the resource
statistics MIB this community has access to. For
each octet, 1 means no access, 2 means readonly, and 3 means read-write.
Alarm Map
Represents which groups in the alarm MIB this
community has access to. For each octet, 1
means no access, 2 means read-only, and 3
means read-write.
Hardware Resource Engine
Administration
This view contains two areas as described below;
Hardware Resource Engine Information and
Hardware Resource Engine Configuration.
Hardware Resource Engine
Information
This area of the Hardware Resource Engine
Administration view contains the following fields.
Mod Addr
The physical address of the module this engine is
located on.
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Id
The engine ID on the module.
Cur Load
The percentage of maximum load capacity that is
in current use.
Status
The engine status, either removed (logically
removed), normal, or failed (engine failure).
Application
The type of application allocated to this engine, if
any.
Max Ports
The maximum number of application ports on
this engine.
Num Ports
The number of application ports on this engine.
Max SAFs
The maximum number of SAF ports on this
engine.
Num SAFs
The number of SAF ports on this engine.
Max SCFs
The maximum number of SCF ports on this
engine.
Num SCFs
The number of SCF ports on this engine.
Max Load
The total load capacity.
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Sub-Status
If an engine fails, this field indicates the reason
for the failure; otherwise, none is displayed. The
possible values are
startupDiagnosticsFailure, noWellandAlive,
and none.
Hardware Resource Engine
Configuration
This area of the Hardware Resource Engine
Administration view contains the following fields.
Module Addr
The address of the module that this engine is
located on. The format is <nest>.<slot>.
Id
The engine ID on the module.
Start Mode
Controls whether the engine should start as
inserted or removed when the module comes up.
If the value is set to automatic, the engine will
start as inserted. Otherwise, it will start as
removed. The possible values are automatic and
offline.
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Engine Update
Indicates whether the current settings in the
engine configuration MIB represent the active
settings on the module or not. If the value is
resetRequired, an engine reset command is
required for the current configuration to take
effect. This is done by setting Hardware Resource
Engine Diagnostics to reset. loaded, or
resetRequired.
Application
Used to reserve an engine for a specific
application type. If no application type reservation
is desired, the value any should be used. If the
application type specified is not supported for the
module that the engine is located on, the engine
will not be able to be used for any applications. In
this event, the module will generate an engine
failure alarm to indicate a bad configuration. The
possible values are x50, celp-atc, adpcm, link,
ecelp-fr, and any.
Partition id
An integer value from 1 to 1023.
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ST1kAccessApp
This application provides access to node and modem access control status and configuration information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
Access Control on Page 35 provides root, trap,
node, and community access administrative
information.
Access Control
This view contains four areas, e.g., Root Access
Administration, Trap Access Administration,
Node Access Administration, and Community
Access Control Administration.
CPI/Modem Access Control on Page 44 lets you
set up the CPI and modem port configuration.
Root Access Administration
Root Node IP Access Information on Page 45
provides IP control address information.
This area of the Access Control view lists the
index number, root access control modes
(enable, disable, or erase), and associated IP
addresses.
Root Node IP Access Config on Page 45 provides
IP offline subnet configuration and gateway
information.
Trap Access Administration
This area of the Access Control view provides the
following fields.
Index
A read-only field having an integer value of 1
through 8. This indicates which of up to 8 EMS
stations will receive traps.
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ControlMode
A read-write field having a value of enable,
erase, or disable (the default value).
only check the requester's partition ID.
tableAccess will use the root node list to verify the
requester's partition ID and node number.
disable means that the entry is not in effect. The
CNMS entry cannot be set to disable. erase will
erase this entry. The CNMS entry cannot be set to
erase.
IP Address
The IP address of the unit that will receive traps.
Node Access Administration
This area of the Access Control view provides the
following fields.
Index
A read-only field having an integer value of 1
through 1023. This field provides for a maximum
of 32 partitions per node. If the node is a
dedicated CNMS node, only the entry for CNMS
(partition ID 1) exists. The rest of the entries are
empty. If the node is a dedicated user node, only
the entries for CNMS (partition 1) and the
partition ID of the user device exist. The rest of
the entries are empty. If the node is a shared
node, the entry for CNMS (partition 1) always
exists. Thirty-one other entries with partitions 2
through 1023 can be created. These entries
represent user device partitions that have access
to the node.
Control Mode
A read-write field having a value of fullAccess,
tableAccess, disable, or erase. fullAccess will
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Update
Indicates whether the current throughput value
has been loaded. The possible values are loaded
and updateThroughputReq (the default value).
RootList
A list of up to 16 root nodes (2 bytes per node
number) within the partition that have access to
this node. This list is only used if Control Mode
is set to tableAccess.
ChPrfList
A bit map representing which channel profiles (1255) are assigned to this partition. The right-most
bit of the right-most octet (lsb of the last byte)
represents channel profile 1. A channel profile
can be assigned to multiple partitions.
Throughput
The access bandwidth (0 through 2147483647) for
this partition, in units of bps. This field is only
used on a shared node.
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Community Access Control
Administration
This area of the Access Control view contains the
seven buttons described below.
Mib2 Access Control
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field. The first two bytes of this index
are a partition ID with a range of 1 to 1023. There
can be at most 32 partitions for a single node,
and each partition must already have a
corresponding node access table entry defined.
The last two bytes are an entry ID with a range of
1 to 5. For each partition, up to 5 entries may be
defined.
System
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II system group. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
At
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II AT group. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
IP
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II IP group. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
ICMP
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II ICMP group. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
UDP
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II UDP group. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
SNMP
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II SNMP group. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
Interface
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the MIB-II interface group. The possible values
are noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite.
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Alarm Access Control
Trap Acc
Specifies access to the alarm Trap Contents
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field having two bytes in the format
Partition ID (1-1023):Entry ID (1-5). Only
32 partitions can be entered, each with 5 entries.
Part Hdr
Specifies access to the alarm MIB partition
header section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Profile Acc
Specifies access to the alarm MIB alarm profile
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Log Acc
Specifies access to the alarm MIB alarm log
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Rec Acc
Specifies access to the alarm MIB alarm record
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
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Security Access Control
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field having a two byte value in the
format Partition ID (1-1023):Entry ID (15). Only 32 partitions can be entered, each with 5
entries.
Part Hdr
Specifies access to the security MIB partition
header. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Sys Profile
Specifies access to the security MIB system profile
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Root Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB root access
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
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Node Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB node access
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
IP Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB IP access
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Trap Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB trap access
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
LGM Rout Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB LGM static
routing table section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Ch Profile
Specifies access to the security MIB channel
profile section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Softload Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB softload
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Cmnty Access
Specifies access to the security MIB community
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
CPI Access
Specifies access to the security MIB CPI access
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Statistics Access Control
Modem Acc
Specifies access to the security MIB modem
access section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
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Voice Profile
Specifies access to the security MIB voice profile
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field giving the record index in the
format Partition ID (1-1023):Entry ID (15). Only 32 partitions can be entered, each with 5
entries.
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ModuleAccess
Specifies access to the resource statistics MIB
module section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
PortAccess
Specifies access to the resource statistics MIB
port section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
INLAccess
Specifies access to the resource statistics MIB INL
section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
ChannelAccess
Specifies access to the resource statistics MIB
channel section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Ad10Access
Specifies access to the resource statistics MIB AD
10 section. The possible values are noAccess,
readOnly, and readWrite (the default value).
Status Access Control
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field giving the record index in the
format Partition ID (1-1023):Entry ID (15). Only 32 partitions can be entered, each with 5
entries.
Node
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB node section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Nest
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB nest section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Slot
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB slot section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Module
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB generic module section. The possible values
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are noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the
default value).
Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Bundle
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB bundle section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
INL
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB INL section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Channel
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB channel section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Ad10 Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB AD 10 section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
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Asm Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB ASM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Rtm Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB RTM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Lgm Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB LGM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Dsm Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB DSM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Hw Rsc
A read-write field that defines access rights for a
community entry to the resource configuration
hardware resource section. The possible values
are noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the
default value).
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Community Access Control
are noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the
default value).
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field in the format Partition ID (11023):Entry ID (1-5). Only 32 partitions can
be entered, each with 5 entries.
AccessControlMode
A read-write field having the values enable,
disable, or erase. A community entry cannot be
erased if it is enabled. Community entry 1.1
cannot be disabled or erased.
Nest
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB nest section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Slot
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB slot section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
CommunityName
A read-write field with a default value of public.
Configuration Access Control
This button in the Access Control view accesses
the following fields.
Index
A read-only field in the format Partition ID (11023):Entry ID (1-5). Only 32 partitions can
be entered, each with 5 entries.
PartHeader
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB partition header section. The possible values
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Node
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB node section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Module
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB generic module section. The possible values
are noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the
default value).
Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB generic port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
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Bundle
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB bundle section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
AsmPor
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB ASM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
INL
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB INL section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
RtmPort
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB RTM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
TDMChannel
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB TDM channel section. The possible values
are noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the
default value).
LgmPort
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB LGM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
FrRelay
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB frame relay section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
DsmPort
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB DSM port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Ad10Port
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB AD 10 port section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
Translation
Specifies access to the resource configuration
MIB translation section. The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
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HwRsc
Defines access rights for a community entry to
the resource configuration hardware resource
MIB section (recfHwRsc). The possible values are
noAccess, readOnly, and readWrite (the default
value).
CPI/Modem Access Control
CpiSpeed
A read-write field that sets the speed in units of
bps. The possible values are a2400, a4800, a9600
(the default value), a14400, and a19200.
CpiDataBits
A read-write field having a value of b7 or b8 (the
default value).
The Craft Person Station/Modem Access Control
Configuration view contains two areas, CPI Port
Configuration and Modem Port Configuration.
These areas let you set the CPI port and modem
port configurations.
CpiParity
A read-write field having a value of noParity (the
default value), even, or odd.
CpiStopBits
A read-write field having a value of b1 (the default
value) or b2.
CPI Port Configuration
This area of the Craft Person Station/Modem
Access Control Configuration view contains the
following fields.
Modem Port Configuration
CpiControl
A write-only field having a value of resetCpiPort
or logoff. logoff terminates a session that was
enabled by entering a password. If password
control is disabled, the command will do nothing.
resetCpiPort loads the new CPI port settings. As
a side effect, the current session will be logged off.
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CpiControlUpdate
A read-only field having a value of loaded or
resetReq (the default value).
This area of the Craft Person Station/Modem
Access Control Configuration view contains the
following fields.
ModemControl
A write-only field having a value of
enableCpsSession, resetModemPort, or logoff.
logoff terminates a session that was enabled by
entering a password. If password control is
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disabled, the command will do nothing.
resetModemPort loads the new CPI port settings.
As a side effect, the current session will be logged
off. enableCpsSession switches the modem port
from SLIP mode to CPI mode. The mode will be
changed back to SLIP after a nodal power cycle or
a reset modem port command.
ModemControlUpdate
A read-only field having a value of loaded or
resetReq (the default value).
This view contains read-only fields that display
the IP Control Update status and WAN IP address.
The view also displays the IP online subnet
address information.
Root Node IP Access Config
ModemSpeed
A read-write field that sets the speed in units of
bps. The possible values are a2400, a4800, a9600
(the default value), a14400, and a19200.
ModemDataBits
A read-write field having a value of b7 or b8 (the
default value).
This view provides address information for the IP
offline subnet configuration and the following
fields.
WAN Ip Address
A read-only field giving the WAN IP address.
IP SubNetwork Mask
The network ID mask for ST-50 network.
ModemParity
A read-write field having a value of noParity (the
default value), even, or odd.
ModemStopBits
A read-write field having a value of b1 (the default
value) or b2.
ModemControlLead
A read-write field having a value of eIA or noEIA.
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Information
Root Gateway IP
The root node Ethernet port IP address.
Root Gateway Mask
The network mask for root node's Ethernet port.
This is the mask for the user device's IP network.
Root Gateway Ethernet
A read-write field that specifies the Ethernet
protocol of the user device's IP network. The
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possible values are e802d3 or ethernetII (the
default value).
Default Ext Gateway
The default gateway IP address used by the root.
Slip Address
The IP address of the SLIP interface on the
modem port.
Slip Mask
The IP mask of the SLIP interface on the modem
port.
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Slot Configuration
ST1kModuleApp
This application provides access to slot, NCP, and port status information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• Slot Configuration on Page 47 provides slot
condition and type information.
• Slot Status on Page 53 provides slot format
and status information.
• NCP Module Status on Page 54 provides NCP
module address and version information.
• NCP Flash PROM Status on Page 54 provides
NCP module flash PROM address, type, and
version information.
• Port Status Administration on Page 55
provides condition, loopback, and signal
status information.
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Slot Configuration
This view provides the fields described below.
Some fields are read-write and can be changed by
double-clicking them and making the changes in
the ensuing Detail view.
Slot Address
A read-only value for the slot address.
Start Mode
The possible modes are automatic, off, and
erase. Setting this field to erase will fail if any of
the following conditions are true: (1) the module's
redundant mode is set to one-to-one redundancy;
(2) the module has any unremoved INLs; (3) the
module has any channels that are not
disconnected; and (4) there is hardware present
in the slot and the module is in an active or
standby state or is going into an active or standby
state (i.e., is initializing or loading). Otherwise,
erase will erase the module configuration and all
of the ports, bundles, INLs, and channels on the
module.
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Update
A read-only field that displays either loaded,
updateReq, or resetReq.
For SDM modules
SDM-8/V.35 = 1, SDM-8/V.11 = 2,
SDM-8/V.24 = 3, SDM-8E/V.35 = 5,
Module Desc
Text that describes the slot.
SDM-8E/V.11 = 6, SDM-4R/V.35 = 7,
SDM-4R/V.11 = 8, SDM-4R/E1-Bal = 33,
Module Type
Set to ncp, lxm, rxm, t1m, e1m, sgm, lgm, asm, fsm,
sdm, rtm, brm, dsm, e3m, or vfm.
ModuleSubType
A number that represents one of the following
module types.
SDM-4R/E1-Ubal = 34, SDM-4/64K-Co = 40,
SDM-4R = 42
For SGM modules
SGM-1 = 1, SGM-1/128K = 3
For NCP modules
NCP-1 = 1, NCP-2 = 2, NCP-3 = 3
SGM-1/19.2K = 4
For ASM modules
For FSM modules
ASM-16 = 1, ASM-16A = 2, ASM-16C = 3,
ASM-16A/100 = 4, ASM-16C/100 = 5
FSM-16 = 1, FSM-64 = 2
For T1M modules
For LGM modules
T1M-4/DS1 = 1, T1M-4/DSX-1 = 2,
LGM-2 = 1
T1M-2/DS1 = 3, T1M-2/DSX-1 = 4
For DSM modules
DSM-1 = 1
For E1M modules
E1M-4/Ubal = 1, E1M-4/Bal = 2,
For E3M modules
E3M-1 = 1, E3M-2 = 2
E1M-2/Ubal = 3, E1M-2/Bal = 4.
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For BRM modules
the least significant bit of the lowest byte in the
octet string. The bit descriptions are as follows:
BRM-8/U = 1, BRM-8/S = 2, BRM-4/U = 3,
BRM-4/S = 4
• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the NCP are
listed below.
NOTE: Additional tests for the NCP are
defined in StartDiagMaskExt in the Details
view. NCP will ignore bits 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10-15,
and 25-31. Bit 24 is no longer used as of revision 2.0.1.
Redundant Mod
Server modules always have group redundancy
regardless of the value of this field. The default
value is none for I/O modules and group for
server modules. The other possible value is oneto-one.
Bit
Group ID
An integer value from 1 through 64. This field
applies to server modules only for group
redundancy.
MaxBypass
The FSM or DSM module bypassing capability in
terms of percentage (0 to 100).
MaxSource
The FSM module termination capability in terms
of percentage (0 to 100).
StartDiagMask
This mask allows a module to be online or
standby even though some items as marked by
the mask have failed startup diagnostics. For all
tests, a bit set 1 means the module will not
operate if the corresponding startup diagnostic
has failed. For all test descriptions, bit 1 refers to
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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Attribute
Bit
ID PROM
LAN RAM
Mailbox RAM
Frame RAM
CPI port
Modem port
ABPI
unexp interrupt
Ethernet chip
DBPI
PARB
Security MIB Db
Resource MIB Db
Alarm MIB Db
Database version
T1M RTS
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Attribute
E1M RTS
FSM RTS
MIB schema
SDM RTS
SGM RTS
ASM RTS
RTM RTS
Utility
Boot PROM
Flash PROM map
NCP image
Ticker
DRAM
reserved
Clock
reserved
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• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the SDM
1 = Register access, 2 = Ticker, 3 through 32 =
reserved
17 = Phasor
18-24 = reserved
25 = FIFO
• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the FSM
1 through 24 = reserved, 25 = INL test, 26 =
Ticker, 27 through 32 = reserved
26-32 = reserved
• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the RTM
1 = RTM DSP RAM, 2 = RTM SCC Chip, 3
through 32 = reserved
• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the DSM
1 through 24 = reserved, 25 = INL test, 26 =
Ticker, 27 through 32 = reserved
• Startup diagnostics mask for the LGM:
1 = SIM load, 2 = SOM load, 3 = SAM load, 4 =
scanner load, 5 = DSP load, 6 through 32 =
reserved
• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the SGM
are listed below:
1 = RAM 1 time slot sync drop
• Startup diagnostics mask for the E3M
1 = E3M RAM, 2 through 32 = reserved
2 = RAM 1 time slot sync add
3 = RAM 2 time slot sync drop
4 = RAM 2 time slot sync add
5 = SGM frame RAM bank 0
6 = SGM frame RAM bank 1
7 = AGM frame RAM bank 0
8 = AGM frame RAM bank 1
9 = Pointer control RAM
10 = Function RAM
11-16 = reserved
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There are no startup diagnostics mask bits for the
T1M, E1M and BRM. The default is to ignore all
tests. The default value is 00000000.
BgDiagMask
This mask allows a module to be online or
standby even though some items as marked by
the mask have failed background diagnostics. For
all tests, a bit set to 1 means the module will not
operate if the corresponding hardware is not
working. For all test descriptions, bit 1 refers to
the least significant bit of the lowest byte in the
octet string.
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• Background diagnostics mask bits for NCP
are listed below.
NOTE: Additional tests for the NCP are
defined in BgdDiagMaskExt in the Detail
view. NCP will ignore bits 1, 28, and 30. These
tests will always cause hard errors if they fail.
Bit
1
2-11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Attribute
ID PROM
reserved
Security MIB Db
Resource MIB Db
Alarm MIB Db
Db version no.
T1M RTS
E1M RTS
FSM RTS
MIB schema
SDM RTS
SGM RTS
Bit
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Attribute
ASM RTS
RTM RTS
Utility
Boot PROM
Flash PROM map
NCP image
Bus frame
reserved
PLL
reserved
Code guard
There are no background diagnostics for the T1M,
E1M, E3M, SDM, SGM, RTM, LGM and BRM. The
default is to ignore all tests. The default value is
00000000.
PortDiagMask
This mask allows a module to be online or
standby even though some items as marked by
the mask have failed port startup diagnostics. For
all tests, a bit set 1 means the module will not
operate if the corresponding diagnostics has
failed. Each byte indicates the diagnostic mask of
a port.
• For T1M and E1M ports
1 = (lsb of each byte) Register access, 2 =
Loopback, 3 = HDLC, 4 through 8 = reserved
• For FSM ports
1 = (lsb of each byte) HDLC, 2 through 8 =
reserved
• For DSM ports:
1 = (lsb of each byte) HDLC, 2 through 8 =
reserved
• Background diagnostics mask bits for FSM
1 = reserved, 2 = Buffer pool, 3 through 32 =
reserved
• For RTM ports:
1 = (lsb of each byte) Loopback, 2 through 8 =
reserved
• Background diagnostics mask bits for DSM
1 = reserved, 2 = Buffer pool, 3 through 32 =
reserved
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1 = (lsb of each byte) Register accesses, 2 =
port Loopback, 3 through 8 = reserved
There are no port diagnostics for NCP, SDM,
SGM, and BRM. The default is to ignore all tests.
The following additional fields are found in the
Detail view.
StartDiagMaskExt
This mask allows a module to be online or
standby even though some items as marked by
the mask have failed startup diagnostics. For all
tests, a bit set to 1 means the module will not
operate if the corresponding hardware is not
working. For all test descriptions, bit 1 refers to
the least significant bit of the lowest byte in the
octet string.
• Background diagnostics mask bits for NCP
NOTE: This is a continuation of the tests
defined for the NCP in BgdDiagMask.
1 = DSM RTS, 2 = LGM RTS, 3 = E3M RTS, 4
= BRM RTS, 5 = checksum for dynamic allocation database, 6 = VFM RTS, 7 through 32
= reserved
• Startup diagnostics mask bits for the NCP.
NOTE: This is a continuation of the tests
defined for the NCP in StartDiagMask.
Currently, this attribute is not used for any other
module type except the NCP (that is, all bits are
reserved for the other module types).
1 = DSM RTS, 2 = LGM RTS, 3 = E3M RTS, 4
= BRM RTS, 5 = checksum for dynamic allocation database, 6 = VFM RTS, 7 through 32
= reserved
Currently, this attribute is not used for any other
module type except the NCP (that is, all bits are
reserved for the other module types).
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BgDiagMaskExt
This mask allows a module to be online or
standby even though some items as marked by
the mask have failed background diagnostics. For
all tests, a bit set 1 means the module will not
operate if the corresponding hardware is not
working. For all test descriptions, bit 1 refers to
the least significant bit of the lowest byte in the
octet string.
DiagnoseMode
Used to control module-specific code for
diagnosing problems. The interpretation of values
for this field is determined by the specific type of
module in the slot. The value 0 (the default value)
means normal operation for all module types.
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Slot Status
ModuleIDFormat
A read-only integer value.
The Slot Status Administration view contains the
following fields.
Slot Address
A read-only field displaying the slot address.
HWModuleType
The type of hardware module either ncp, lxm, rxm,
t1m, e1m, sgm, lgm, asm, fsm, sdm, rtm, brm, dsm,
e3m, or vfm.
Failure Type
If Status is fail, this field indicates what type of
failure occurred. not applicable is displayed if
the module status is not fail. no RTS means that
the module's runtime software is not on the NCP
flash.
HWModuleSubType
Same possible values as the ModSubType field in
the Slot Configuration view.
Status
A read-only field that displays either active,
standby, fail, removed, busDisable, loading,
or initializing.
Slot Address
A read-only field.
Condition
A read-only field that displays either normal or
exception.
Serial Num
A read-only field.
Revision
A read-only field.
DateMode
A read-only field.
SWModuleType
Displays the operation mode of the module
(usually the same as the module hardware type).
SWSubType
Same possible values as the ModSubType field in
the Slot Configuration view.
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ModuleAssemblyNum
A read-only field.
ActiveRedundant
A read-only field.
SWRevision
A read-only field.
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StartupDiagResults
Each bit displays the result (pass/fail) of a
startup diagnostic. The bit map for the first four
bytes is defined in StartDiagMask. The bit map
for the last four bytes is defined in
StartDiagMaskExt.
BgDiagResults
Each bit displays the result (pass/fail) of a
background diagnostic. The bit map for the first
four bytes is defined in BgdDiagMask. The bit
map for the last four bytes is defined in
BgdDiagMaskExt.
NumActivePorts
The number of ports on this module that have a
PortStatus value of active.
NumNormalPorts
The number of ports on this module that have a
PortStatus value of normal.
NCP Module Status
MacAddr
A read-only field.
Flash Object Versions
A read-only field. The information in this field has
been replaced by the restNcpFlashTable section of
the MIB. For each module type whose runtime
software is stored in the NCP flash PROM, this
field displays the software type (2 bytes), CRC (2
bytes), and version number (4 bytes). The values
for software type match the enumerations for the
Softload Software Type field in the view Partition
and Softload Administration on Page 25 found in
the St1kNodeApp. If the flash PROM of the NCP
cannot currently be read (such as when a softload
is in progress), this field displays eight bytes with
all zeros.
NCP Flash PROM Status
This view provides the following fields.
NCP Module Status
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
A read-only field giving the slot address.
Boot Prom Revision
A read-only field.
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Flash Index
Used to differentiate the different module object
files in the NCP flash PROM. This field does not
contain any information about the file in flash.
Flash Address
The address of the NCP.
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Module Type
The possible values are ncp, t1m, e1m, sgm, lgm,
asm, fsm, sdm, rtm, brm, dsm, e3m, or vfm.
Port Status Administration
Recovery Indicator
Indicates whether this object file is stored in the
softload recovery area. The possible values are
recovery or normal.
Port Address
A read-only port address string.
This view provides the following fields.
Compress Indicator
Indicates whether this object file is compressed or
uncompressed.
FileVersionNumber
The software revision number of this module
object file.
FileSize
The size of the module object file in bytes.
FileStoredCrc
The stored CRC of this module object file.
FileCrcCheck
If pass is displayed, the file image in flash passed
a CRC check. If fail is displayed, the CRC check
failed and the file is corrupted. If not applicable
is displayed, there is no support for CRC checking
for this file on this NCP.
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Status
A read-only field that shows either active,
standby, maintenance, inactive, or failed.
Substatus
A read-only field displaying one of the following
values.
enabled
no bandwidth
rts detected invalid config
removed
server port
disconnected
connected to test port
port reset
engine failure
invalid INL assignment
module
deleted
module reset
invalid message received
disabled
out of memory
rts loopback failure
loopback
module failure
exceeded module capacity
port
deleted
hardware
failure
no configuration
port
removed
condition
change
ncp detected invalid config
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undefined
inl failure
no framer
bandwidth
exceeded
Port Status Administration
Port type
A read-only field that gives the port type.
configuration download
failure
LoopbackDuration
A read-write field having a value ranging from 0 to
65535, with 65535 specifying a permanent
loopback.
Condition
A read-only field that displays either normal,
exception, or undefined.
SubCondition
A read-only field that displays one of the following
values.
none
msg timeout
server loopback
red alarm
cfg mismatch
exceed power spec
yellow
alarm
dnload rmt
external loopback
LMI fail
st to st
remote end reset
clock fail
los And ros
ber over fail threshold
los
notify CRC
layer2 timeOut
ros
err CRC
layer2 mismatch
pending
disruptive oper connected to test port
oos
loss Of signal
ds0 disconnect alarm
LoopbackStatus
If the port is in loopback, this field indicates the
type of loopback. If the port is not in loopback,
then none is displayed.
LoopbackInitiator
If this field displays local, loopback was initiated
by a user; if remote is displayed, loopback was
initiated by the network. If no loopback is
enabled, this field displays not applicable.
Port Address
A read-only port address string.
Error Indication
A read-only field having a value of set or clear.
SevereIndication
A read-only field having a value of set or clear.
BGDiagResults
The results of port background diagnostics.
loss Of pwr
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NumberOfBundles
This field is not applicable to the E3 port. It
always displays 0.
Bits 6 and 7 are applicable only to an SDM
module and reflect the KG-resync lines status as
listed below.
PhasorStatus
All 0 bits indicate normal. Abnormal bits are
defined as listed below.
Bit
Meaning
Bit
Bit 6
Meaning
1
receive phasor
underflow
9
transmit phasor
underflow
2
receive phasor
overflow
10
transmit phasor
overflow
3
receive phasor empty 11
transmit phasor
empty
4
receive phasor full
12
transmit phasor full
5
receive phasor fifo
error
13
transmit phasor fifo
error
6
KGROS status
14
KG status is not
applicable
7
KGLOS status
15
reserved
8
receive phasor not
applicable
16
transmit phasor not
applicable
Bit 7
KG Status
0
0
OK disabled/disabled
1
0
ERR enabled/disabled
0
1
ERR disabled/enabled
1
1
ERR enabled/enabled
MappedPhy
For virtual port addresses, this field indicates the
physical port that this address is mapped to. If
the virtual port address is not mapped to a
physical port, then 0.0.0 displays. For physical
port addresses, this field indicates the virtual port
that is mapped to this port. If no virtual port is
mapped to this physical port address, then 0.0.0
is displayed.
SdmFunction
This field applies primarily to SDM ports. The bit
map is:
1 = DSR if DTE, DTR if DCE
If the port does not have a phasor, the value will
be x8080.
2 = DCD if DTE, RTS if DCE
3 = reserved
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BundleInTone
A read-only field having a value ranging from 0 to
31.
4 = CTS if DTE, reserved if DCE
5 = DTR if DTE, DSR if DCE
6 = RTS if DTE, DCD if DCE
SdmSignalStatus
Only applies to SDM ports on modules of
hardware subtypes 33 (4 ports E1 balanced) and
34 (4 ports E1 unbalanced); otherwise, it will
display notApplicable. The possible values are
los, los event, or notApplicable.
7 = indicates functions are not applicable
8 = reserved if DTE, CTS if DCE
Module types and subtypes that do not support
this attribute will display a value of x40.
SdmT Function
This field applies primarily to SDM ports. The
bit map is
1 = TM if DTE, LL if DCE
2 = reserved if DTE, RL if DCE
SdmBipolarViolationInd
Only applies to SDM ports on modules of
hardware subtypes 33 (4 ports E1 balanced) and
34 (4 ports E1 unbalanced); otherwise, it will
display notApplicable. The possible values are
event, no event, notApplicable.
3 = reserved
4 = reserved
5 = LL if DTE, TM if DCE
6 = RL if DTE, reserved if DCE
7 = reserved
8 = indicates test functions not applicable
Module types and subtypes that do not support
this attribute will display a value of x80. In
addition, for the SDM, test functions will be not
applicable (x80) if KG-resync is enabled.
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PortCapabilities
If this field is not applicable, its value is an octet
string of size 1 with the value none. This is
currently supported only by the SDM port. The
interpretation of the octet string is listed below.
For those capabilities specified using bit fields
(module and port speed capabilities, as listed
below), a value of 1 means that the feature is
supported, while 0 means that it is not supported.
• Third byte: module capabilities
bit 1 = supports redundancy
bit 2 = supports loopback leads (RL, LL, and
TM)
bit 3 = supports LIM/DSC
bit 4 = supports function leads (RTS, CTS,
etc.)
bits 5-8 = indicate clock modes
• First byte: physical capabilities
01h = bulk (no separate connector for
01h = supports DCE
this port)
02h = supports DTE
02h = 15 pin connector
03h = supports DTE and DCE
03h = 25 pin connector
04h = supports DTE1 only
04h = RJ45 (8 pin modular) connector
• Fourth byte: port speed capabilities
bit 1 (lsb) - various (supports multiple, userprogrammable data rates on the ports)
05h = 75 ohm coax connector
• Second byte: electrical capabilities
01h = V.24
bit 2 - supports 64 kbps
bit 3 - supports 1.544 Mbps
02h = V.35
bit 4 - supports 2.048 Mbps
04h = V.11
bits 5-8 - reserved for future use
11h = E1 balanced
12h = E1 unbalanced
41h = 64K G.703 co-directional
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LGM Port Administration
ST1kLgmApp
This section provides LGM port utilization, configuration, and status information and statistics.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
LGM
LGM
LGM
LGM
LGM
LGM
LGM
Port Administration on Page 60
Routing Table on Page 62
Resource Administration on Page 62
Translation Administration on Page 63
Module Status on Page 63
Port Status on Page 64
Port Statistics on Page 65
non-removed channels. If successful, it displays
the initial port configuration (with its default
values) and erases any channels defined on this
port.
Update
A read-only field that gives the LGM port status.
The possible values are loaded, updateReq, and
resetReq (the default value).
Arq
A read-write field that specifies ARQ speed in bps,
which may not exceed 9600, The possible values
are 3200, 6400, and 9600 (the default value).
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Group
A read-write field intended to force channels to
use specific groups of LGM ports. There can be up
to seven groups for each LGM port. Bit map bits 1
through 7 indicate the group(s) of the LGM. The
default value is 7.
This view provides the following fields.
PortAddress
A read-only field that gives the virtual port
address.
StartMode
A read-write field having the value of either
automatic, erase, or off (the default value).
Setting it to erase will fail if the LGM port has any
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Encrption
A read-write field the determines whether
encryption is used. The possible values are
encrypted and normal (the default value).
BitMode
A read-write field that defines the bit mode of this
port. The possible values are b7Bit and b8Bit
(the default value).
SyncLevel
A read-write field that determines the
synchronization level. The possible values are
level1 (the default value) and level2.
InbandSuperrate
A read-write field that specifies how the signaling
function transport for inband superrate is
handled. nack means reject a channel connection
with a no bandwidth response, so an alternative
link path may be found. forceActive (the default
value) means set all the functions active. pass
means pass the functions the way they are set
(slower than link).
SyncChar
A read-write field that specifies the number of
sync characters per frame. The possible values
are syncChar8 and syncChar4 (the default value).
SatelliteHop
An integer value from 0 to 4 that specifies the
number of satellite hops per end-to-end point
connection. An earth station to satellite to earth
station connection represents one hop. The
default value is 0.
DosTimer
A read-write value from 1 to 300 (seconds). An
Out-Of-Service state will be entered if this time is
exceeded. The default value is 16.
PartitionID
A read-write value from 1 to 1023 that is used by
the security server to enforce shared node.
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InbandSubrate
A read-write field that specifies how the signaling
function transport for inband subrate is handled.
nack means reject a channel connection with a no
bandwidth response, so an alternative link path
may be found. pass (the default value) means
pass the functions the way they are set (slower
than link).
OutBandSuperrate
A read-write field that specifies how the signaling
function transport for outband superrate is
handled. nack means reject a channel connection
with a no bandwidth response, so an alternative
link path may be found. forceActive (the default
value) means set all the functions active. pass
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means pass the functions the way they are set
(slower than link).
OutbandSubrate
A read-write field that specifies how the signaling
function transport for outband subrate is
handled. nack means reject a channel connection
with a no bandwidth response, so an alternative
link path may be found. pass (the default value)
means pass the functions the way they are set
(slower than link).
LGM Routing Table
Link2GwyMpde
A read-write field that specifies the Link-2
gateway node (node that has an LGM module) to
get access into a Link-2 subnetwork.
PathDelay
A read-write integer value from 0 to 7 that defines
the number of Link-2 nodes (non-ST-50 hops) to
this node. ST-50 INLs are not counted.
This view provides the following fields.
RouteNode
The read-only routing destination node number.
LGM Resource Administration
Index
A read-only field that specifies a route entry
number in the routing table for the given node.
StartMode
A read-write field with a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). Setting it to off
prevents this table entry from being used on
routing (invalidates it). Setting it to erase frees
the entry.
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NextlafHop
A read-write integer value from 1 to 32767 that
specifies the next hop along a given route. The
hops are presented in terms of Link-2 IAFs. It is
the LGM port number (server type 132 without
further specification of a group ID), which is local
to this node.
This view lets you modify the LGM partition ID for
a given LGM address. Each two bytes is the
partition ID of a VILC aggregate on the module.
Partition 1 is for CNMS. Partition 0xFFFE (65534)
is for any partition. When this is changed, it will
not change the current VILC allocation, but it will
affect any new server ports being allocated.
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LGM Translation
Administration
this field has the [:xch] part not equal to zero, it
represents an X50 subrate address; otherwise, it
is a regular address.
This view provides the following fields.
Functions
A read-write field with a value of inBand,
outBand, or none (the default value). It selects the
mode of functions exchange. In inBand mode, the
same time slot as data is being used; in outBand,
it is a separate channel.
Index
A read-only field that identifies the Translation
table index, notated in Link-2 specific notation.
This does not indicate any particular addresses,
however, it must be the same value on both Link2 and ST-50 nodes. It is a link logical entity
pointing to the Translation table entry containing
both Link-2 and ST-50 physical addresses.
StartMode
A read-write field with a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). Setting it to off
prevents this table entry from being used on
connection (invalidates it). Setting it to erase
frees the entry.
LGM Module Status
This view provides the following fields.
ModuleAddr
The read-only address of this LGM module. The
format is nest.slot.
StAddr
A read-only field that identifies the local ST-50
TDM channel that the Link2 channel (defined by
L2Addr) is connected to. This is used by the ST50 as a connection endpoint address.
L2Addr
A read-write field that identifies the Link2 address
in the Link2 network that the ST-50 TDM
channel (defined by StAddr) is connected to. If
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Partition
A read-only field that displays the partition
assigned to this Translation table entry. This
partition is inherited from the TDM channel
associated with this entry.
TotalSAFs
A read-only field that displays the maximum
number of SAFs allowed on this LGM module.
AvailSAF
A read-only field that displays the number of
SAFs that still can be allocated on this LGM
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RemoteNodeID
A read-only number indicating the node that the
LGM terminates on. If no remote connection has
been established, this field displays 0.
module. The number of SAFs allocated on this
LGM module can be derived by subtracting the
value of this field from the value of TotalSAFs.
TotalSCFs
A read-only field that displays the maximum
number of SCFs allowed on this LGM module.
RemotePortAddr
A read-only field displaying the address of the
port or bundle that the LGM terminates on. If no
remote connection has been established, this field
displays 0.
AvailSCFs
A read-only field that displays the number of
SCFs that still can be allocated on this LGM
module. The number of SCFs allocated on this
LGM module can be derived by subtracting the
value of this field from the value of TotalSCFs.
RemoteBERQuality
A read-only remote bit error quality value, which
can be notAvailable, pend, poor, fair, good, or
veryGood.
LGM Port Status
RemoteRevision
A read-only value indicating the revision level on
the remote node.
This view provides the following fields.
PortAddress
A read-only field displaying the LGM port virtual
address, in the format type:group:port.
AvailableBw
The available bandwidth in bps.
LocalBERQuality
The read-only field displaying the local bit error
quality, which can have a value of notAvailable,
pend, poor, fair, good, or veryGood.
BERWindowFill
A read-only value, e.g., 10/32, 5/32. and so forth.
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UsedBw
The bandwidth used in bps.
NumCh
The number of TDM channels.
LgmPort
The physical address of the LGM port.
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LinkSpeed
The link aggregate port speed in bps.
SabmSent
The number of SABMs sent.
SyncState
A read-only field displaying the status of this LGM
port synchronization state. The possible values
are inSync, los, ros, or losAndRos.
sabmRecd
The number of SABMs received.
LGM Port Statistics
RnrRecd
The number of Receiver_Not_Readys received.
RnrSent
The number of Receiver_Not_Readys sent.
This view provides the following fields.
LgmAddr
The read-only address of the LGM port in the
format type:group:port.
BadSync
The number of bad sync counts received.
OosCount
The number of out of sync conditions.
FrameSent
The number of frames transmitted.
FrameRecd
The number of frames received.
FrameReTx
The number of frames transmitted.
FrameNak
The number of NACKs sent.
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FSM Module Status
ST1kFsmApp
This application provides FSM module status information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• FSM Module Status on Page 66 provides
information about resource availability on
FSMs in a node.
• FSM-16 Resource Administration on Page 68
provides information about resource
availability on FSM 16 modules in a node.
This view lets you sort, find, and update the
FSM 16 address and partition.
• FSM-64 Resource Administration on Page 68
provides information about resource
availability on FSM 64modules in a node. This
view lets you sort, find, and update the Fsm
64 address and partition.
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FSM Module Status
This view provides the following fields.
Fsm Address
A read-only field.
Bypass Bandwidth
The maximum available bypass capability, in
packets. Bypass capability is limited by
Bandwidth Avail.
Bandwidth Avail
FSM available processing capability to serve new
termination or bypass channels, in packets. This
may be less than the sum of Bypass Bandwidth
and Source Bandwidth.
Source Bandwidth
The maximum available termination capability, in
packets. Termination capability is limited by
Bandwidth Avail.
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Port Speed Avail
FSM available port speed capability, in bps. This
only indicates the capability to support
termination channels.
Byp Chan Total
The total number of bypass channels permitted
on this FSM module.
Dlci Total
The total number of DLCIs permitted on this FSM
module.
Dlci Avail
The number of DLCIs that can still be connected
on this FSM module. The number of DLCIs that
are connected on the module can be determined
by subtracting this value from Dlci Total.
Cir Total
The total Commit Information Rate (CIR) on this
FSM module.
Dlci Config
The number of DLCIs that are configured on
frame relay ports allocated to this FSM module. A
new FSM port cannot be allocated on this module
if the number of DLCIs configured on the port
plus the value of this field exceeds the value of
Dlci Total. For FSM ports that are currently
allocated, new DLCIs that are configured will
increment the value of this field. In this case, the
value of this field will be allowed to exceed Dlci
Total so that existing channel connections will
not be disrupted. However, the new DLCIs cannot
be connected when Dlci Avail is zero.
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Byp Chan Avail
The number of bypass channels that can still be
connected on this FSM module. The number of
bypass channels that are connected on the
module can be determined by subtracting the
value of this field from Byp Chan Total.
Cir Avail
The available (unused) CIR on this FSM module.
Vci Ctr Blk Total
The total number of Vci control blocks allowed on
this FSM module. Each DLCI terminated on the
module requires one Vci control block. Each
bypass channel on the module requires two Vci
control blocks.
Vci Ctrl Blk Avail
The number of available (unused) PVCs on this
FSM module. Each DLCI terminated on the
module requires one Vci control block. Each
bypass channel on the module requires two Vci
control blocks.
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Total Buffers
The total number of channel buffers on this FSM
module.
FSM-64 Resource
Administration
Buffer Avail
The number of available (unused) channel buffers
on this FSM module.
This view provides the following fields.
FSM-16 Resource
Administration
Fsm64Partition
Each two bytes is the partition ID of a physical
port on the module. Partition 1 is for CNMS.
Partition 0xFFFE (65534) is for any partition.
When this is changed, it will not change the
current port allocation, but it will affect any new
server ports being allocated.
This view provides the following fields.
Fsm16Addr
The module address of the FSM-16.
Fsm64AddrSYNTAX SlotAddr
The module address of the FSM-64.
Fsm16Partition
Each two bytes is the partition ID of a physical
port on the module. Partition 1 is for CNMS.
Partition 0xFFFE (65534) is for any partition.
When this is changed, it will not change the
current port allocation but it will affect any new
server ports being allocated.
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Sgm/Ag Module Status
ST1kSgmApp
This application provides utilization and status information for the SGM/AG module and its ports.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• SGM/AG Resource Administration view lets
you sort, find, and update partition
information for each SGM/AG address. The
partition ID of a physical port on the module
is defined in two bytes. Partition 1 is for
CNMS. Partition 0xFFFE (65534) is for any
partition. When this is changed, it will not
change the current port allocation but will
affect any new server ports being allocated.
• Sgm/Ag Module Status on Page 69
• SAF Status Administration on Page 70
Sgm/Ag Module Status
This view provides the following fields.
Sgm/Ag Address
A read-only field displaying the address of the
SGM/AG module.
Sgm/Ag Port Avail
The number of AGM ports that are available for
use on this SGM/AG module.
Agm Port Total
The total number of AGM ports that are on this
SGM/AG module.
Saf Avail
The number of SAF ports that are available for
use on this SGM/AG module.
Saf Total
The total number of SAF ports that are on this
SGM/AG module.
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Sgm Scf Avail
The number of SGM SCF ports that are available
for use on this SGM/AG module. If the software
type of the module is AGM, 0 is displayed.
Sgm Scf Total
The total number of SGM SCF ports that are on
this SGM/AG module. If the software type of the
module is AGM, 0 is displayed.
Agm Scf Total
The total number of AGM SCF ports that are on
this SGM/AG module. This value is valid for both
SGM and AGM module software types.
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The SAF address.
Seq Num
The SAF channel number.
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Src Addr
The source channel address.
Dest Node
The destination node of the channel.
Agm Scf Avail
The number of AGM SCF ports that are available
for use on this SGM/AG module. This value is
valid for both SGM and AGM module software
types.
SAF Status Administration
Src Node
The source node of the channel.
Dest Addr
The destination channel address.
SAF Port Administration
Accesses the SAF Port Administration view, which
contains the following fields.
Address
A read-only field showing the SAF address.
Status
Indicates whether the SAF is synchronized or
currently in the middle of a frame switch.
SubStatus
If Status indicates an out of syncronization
condition, this field indicates if it is due to an
error or not. If Status indicates an in
syncronization condition or if the port is in the
middle of a frame switch, this field displays
noError. The possible values are noError and
syncError.
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RemoteNode
The node in which the remote side of this SAF
connection resides.
BandwidthAvail
The available (unused) bandwidth in this SAF
according to the module that this endpoint of the
SAF resides on.
RemoteAddr
The address of the remote side of this SAF
connection.
InINumber
The local INL number (from 1 to 32) that this SAF
is located on. 32 displays for a local SAF.
BandwidthAvail
The available (unused) bandwidth in this SAF
according to the NCP.
NumChannels
The number of subrate channels currently
connected through this SAF according to the NCP.
HWPhasorStatus
Always displays x8080, which means not
applicable.
SWPhasorStatus
Always displays x8080, which means not
applicable.
ModNumChannels
The number of subrate channels currently
connected through this SAF according to the
module that this endpoint of the SAF resides on.
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FrameSwitchLocation
If a frame switch is currently occurring on this
SAF, this field indicates the location of that frame
switch. The value is a sum with an initial value of
0. For each possible frame switch location “L” in
the range 1 to 2, the value 2 raised to (L - 1) is
added to the sum if there is a frame switch in that
location. The possible frame switch locations are
1 = add bus and 2 = drop bus. Thus, if there is a
frame switch on the add bus, the value would be
1. If there is a frame switch on the drop bus, the
value would be 2. If there is a frame switch on
both the add and the drop busses, the value
would be 3. If there is no frame switch occurring,
the value would be 0, indicating no frame switch
locations.
RemoteStatus
The view of the remote endpoint of SAF from the
module that this endpoint of the SAF resides on.
The possible values are inService and
outofService.
SyncErrors
The number of sync errors on this SAF.
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OosErrors
The number of oos errors on this SAF.
there is no phasor of that type (receive or
transmit), the octet will be set to x80. If the SAF
does not support any phasors, the value for this
field will be x8080.
PhasorStatus
The status of the phasor for this SAF.
• The first octet is used to indicate transmit
phasor status. The bits are interpreted as
described below. (Bit 1 is the least significant
bit of the octet.)
- bit 1: phasor underflow
- bit 2: phasor overflow
- bits 3-6: unused
- bit 7: software phasor (if clear, hardware
phasor)
• bit 8: phasor not applicable
• The second octet is used to indicate receive
phasor status. The bits are interpreted as
described below. (Bit 1 is the least significant
bit of the octet.)
- bit 1: phasor underflow
- bit 2: phasor overflow
- bits 3-6: unused
- bit 7: software phasor (if clear, hardware
phasor)
- bit 8: phasor not applicable
For both phasors (receive and transmit), if the
phasor is OK, the octet will be set to 0 for a
hardware phasor or x40 for a software phasor. If
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AD 10 Configuration Administration
ST1kAd10App
This application provides AD 10 AGM port, voice port, data port, and packet band configuration, status, and
statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• AD 10 Configuration Administration on
Page 73
• AD 10 Status Administration on Page 77
• AD 10 Statistics on Page 85
AD 10 Configuration
Administration
This view is divided into the following four areas:
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AGM Port Administration on Page 73
Voice Port Administration on Page 74
Data Port Administration on Page 75
Packet Band Administration on Page 75
Each of these areas is described below.
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AGM Port Administration
This area of the AD 10 Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
A read-only field giving the port address.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value).
Update
A read-only field having a value of loaded or
resetReq (the default value).
PortSpeed
A read-write field having a value of b19200,
b56000, b64000 (the default value), or b128000.
The 19.2 kbps speed (b19200) is not supported on
SGM/AG modules with a hardware subtype of 1
or 3. The 56 kbps speed is not supported on
SGM/AG modules with a hardware subtype of 3
or 4. The 128 kbps speed is not supported on
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SGM/AG modules with a hardware subtype of 1
or 4.
PhysPort
A read-write value equal to 1, 2, 3, or 4.
PortDef
A read-only field that defines AD 10 port usage.
Each octet indicates an AD 10 port type as
follows: FF for not defined, 1 for data, 2 for voice,
and 3 for packet band.
DBAMode
A read-write field having a value of enabled or
disabled (the default value).
CompressMode
A read-write field having a value of atc or tCelp
(the default value).
PartitionID
A read-write integer value of 1 to 1023.
Voice Port Administration
This area of the AD 10 Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value).
FaxMode
A read-write field having a value of
faxIIIenable-NSFenable, faxIIIenableNSFdisable, or faxIIIdisable-NSFdontcare
(the default value).
Speed
A read-write field giving the compressed channel
data rate for this AD 10 voice port. The possible
values are listed below, with the default being
disabled.
Update
A read-only field having a value of loaded or
resetReq (the default value). If resetReq is
displayed, you must reset the AD 10 data port.
PhysSlot
A read-write value from 1 to 8.
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b5333
b7200
b7466
b8000
b8533
b9066
b9600
b10133
b10666
b11200
b11733
b12266
b12800
b13333
b13866
b14400
b14933
b15466
b16000
b16533
b17066
b17600
b18133
b18666
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b19200
b19733
b20266
b20800
b21333
b21866
b22400
b22933
b23466
b24000
b24533
b25066
b25600
b26133
b26666
b27200
b27733
b28266
b28800
b29333
b29866
b30400
b30933
b31466
b32000
disabled
Update
A read-only field having a value of loaded or
resetReq (the default value). If resetReq is
displayed, you must reset the AD 10 data port.
PhysSlot
A read-write value equal to a, b, c, or d.
PhysPort
A read-write value equal to 1, 2, 3, or 4.
For ports using a CELP compression algorithm,
only speeds of 5.333 Kbps, 7.2 Kbps, 8 Kbps, and
9.6 Kbps are supported.
TDMDataRate
A read-write value equal to b1200, b2400, b4800,
b7200, b9600, b12000, b14400, b16000, b16800,
b19200, b24000, b28800, b32000, b38400, b48000,
b56000, or disabled (the default value).
For ports using the ATC compression algorithm,
only the speeds between 7.466 Kbps and 32 Kbps
are supported.
Type
A read-write value equal to tdm-sync, stat-muxasync, bisync, or hdlc.
Data Port Administration
Packet Band Administration
This area of the AD 10 Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
This area of the AD 10 Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value).
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value).
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Update
A read-only field having a value of loaded or
resetReq (the default value). If resetReq is
displayed, you must reset the AD 10 data port.
MinBaudRate
A read-write field having one of the values listed
below. The default value is b9600.
b1200
b1334
b1600
b1867
b2000
b2134
b2400
b2667
b2800
b3200
b3600
b3734
b4000
b4267
b4667
b4800
b5334
b5600
b6000
b6400
b7200
b7467
b8000
b8400
b9334
b9600
b1066
b1120
b1200
b1280
b14000
b14400
b14934
b16000
b16800
b18000
b18667
b19200
b21334
b22400
b24000
b25200
b28000
b28800
b29867
b32000
b33600
b36000
b37334
b38400
b42000
b44800
b48000
b50400
b56000
b57600
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b64000
b67200
b72000
b74667
b84000
b89600
b96000
b100800
b126000
b128000
b112000 b115200
This field is ignored if DBAMode is set to
enabled. In this case, the actual baud rate will be
dynamically based on the unused bandwidth of
the AD 10 aggregate.
DBAMode
A read-write field having a value of enabled or
disabled (the default value).
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AD 10 Status Administration
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
This view contains the following three areas:
Speed
A read-only field having a value of a300, a1200,
a2400, or a9600.
• Packet Band Status on Page 77
• Agm Port Status on Page 77
• AD 10 Data/Voice Port Status on Page 79
CpTermType
A read-only field giving the console terminal type
as either ascii or vt100.
Packet Band Status
This area of the AD 10 Status Administration view
provides the AD 10 port address and a series of
read-only counters for each address. The counter
fields are: TxTotFrame, RxTotFrame,
RxSCCOvrRun, TxSCCUndRun, RxSCCAbort,
RxInvDlci, RxFrOvrSiz, and RxCrcErr.
Agm Port Status
This area of the AD 10 Status Administration view
contains buttons that access more AD 10 status
and configuration information. The fields
accessed by these buttons are described below.
CP Port Configuration
This button within the Agm Port Status area of
the AD 10 Status Administration view provides
access to the following fields.
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CpMode
A read-only field giving the console pass through
mode as either enabled or disabled.
Status Information
This button within the Agm Port Status area of
the AD 10 Status Administration view provides
access to the following fields.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
Date
The date in the format mm/dd/yyyy.
Time
The time in the format hh:mm:ss.
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VerLabel
A read-only field giving the version in the format
Vxx.yy DATE:mm-dd-yy. The date is a date stamp
on the version number.
UnitType
A read-only field having a value of atixSt50,
accessPlus, ad10, or universalType.
HWconfig
The AD 10 hardware configuration map. For each
port on the AD 10 there is a one-byte port type
field followed by a five-byte user port address. The
port type field can have the following values:
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0x01: control processor
0x11: packet band
0x20: IOP data port
0x22: hybrid data module (HDM) data port
0x23: expansion data module (EDM) data port
0x32: VF51-64K VFAX
0x40: V.35/RS422 network port
0x41 V.11 network port
The user device port address will be an ASCII
string displaying the port address as seen from
the back panel of the AD 10. The index for the
table is a virtual port address in the range 1 to 64.
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Configuration Download Status Information
This button within the Agm Port Status area of
the AD 10 Status Administration view lets you
determine the status of the tdmMuxSwitch
command as either active or inactive.
Network Port Status Information
This button within the Agm Port Status area of
the AD 10 Status Administration view lets you
determine the AD 10 network port interface and
port clock. The possible port interface values are
rs232, v35, rs422, and v11. The possible clock
values are external, slave, or internal.
Softload Status Information
This button within the Agm Port Status area of
the AD 10 Status Administration view provides
access to the following fields.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
Status
The current AD 10 softload status. The possible
values are softloading, success, idle,
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responseTimeout, resetTimeout,
infoIncorrect, and ad10LinkDown.
FileSize
The total number of bytes to be softloaded. If no
softloading is in progress, the value is 0.
Transferred
The number of bytes that have been transferred.
If no softloading is in progress, the value is 0.
StartTime
Indicates when the softload of this AD 10 unit
was started. The value is the number of seconds
since midnight on January 1, 1970. A value of 0
means that the softload start time is not
applicable.
CompletionTime
Indicates when the softload of this AD 10 unit
was completed. The value is the number of
seconds since midnight on January 1, 1970. A
value of 0 means that the softload start time is
not applicable.
AD 10 Data/Voice Port Status
This area in the AD 10 Status Administration
view contains two buttons that access the
information described below.
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Data Port Status
This button provides access to the following
fields.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
Mode
A read-write field that can be set to offline,
online, disableDiagnostics,
bertTowardSubscriber, bertTowardNetwork,
loopSubscriber, or loopNetwork.
IntfType
A read-only field that displays the interface type.
The possible values are rs232, v35, rs422, and
v11.
ClockMode
A read-write field that displays the clock mode.
The possible values are notApplicable,
internal, external, txExternal, and derived.
Only TDM sync can use a value of derived. If the
port is async, notApplicable will be displayed.
notApplicable should not be set.
CtsOOS
A read-write field that displays the CTS service
condition. The possible values are forceOff,
forceOn, and freeze.
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CtsSig
A read-write field that displays the CTS setup.
The possible values are forceOff, forceOn,
loopLocalRts, loopLocalDtr, rts, dtr,
rtsAndDtr, and rtsOrDtr.
DcdOOS
A read-write field that displays the DCD service
condition. The possible values are forceOff,
forceOn, and freeze.
DcdSig
A read-write field that displays the DCD setup.
The possible values are forceOff, forceOn,
loopLocalRts, loopLocalDtr, rts, dtr,
rtsAndDtr, and rtsOrDtr.
DsrOOS
A read-write field that displays the DSR service
condition. The possible values are forceOff,
forceOn, or freeze.
DsrSig
A read-write field that displays the DSR setup.
The possible values are forceOff, forceOn,
loopLocalRts, loopLocalDtr, rts, dtr,
rtsAndDtr, or rtsOrDtr.
RtsLoopDelay
The RTS loopback delay, in milliseconds.
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DrtLoopDelay
The DRT loopback delay, in milliseconds.
AsyncDataBit
A read-write field giving the asynchronous data
bits configuration. The possible values are b5bit,
b6bit, b7bit, and b8bit.
AsyncStopBit
A read-write field giving the asynchronous stop
bits configuration. The possible values are one,
oneAndHalf, and two.
AsyncParity
A read-write field giving the asynchronous parity
configuration. The possible values are none, even,
and odd.
AsyncSubMode
A read-write field giving the asynchronous parity
error substitute mode condition. The possible
values are enable and disable.
AsyncSubChar
A read-write field giving the asynchronous parity
error substitute character. The possible values
range from 0 to 255.
PktFlowControl
A read-write field giving the flow control
mechanism (for async only). The possible values
are ctsDtr and xonXoff.
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PktTxFlow
A read-write field giving the transmit flow. The
possible values are enable and disable.
BiSyncCharType
A read-write field giving the bisync character type.
The possible values are ascii7, ascii8, and
ebcdic.
PktRxFlow
A read-write field giving the receive flow. The
possible values are enable and disable.
BiSyncPatity
A read-write field giving the bisync parity. The
possible values are high, low, even, odd, and
notApplicable.
PktBuildTimeOut
The build packet time out, given in units of 10
milliseconds (for async only).
PktRsThreshold
The receive threshold, ranging from 0 to 100. If
the receive buffer capacity is beyond this
threshold, the flow control signal will send toward
the network.
PktTxThreshold
The transmit threshold, ranging from 0 to 100. If
the transmit buffer capacity is beyond this
threshold, the flow control signal will send toward
the network.
PktMinRxFrag
The minimum receive fragment threshold, having
a value of 1 to 200. This read-write field specifies
the minimum number of packet fragments
received from the network before sending toward
the DTE.
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BiSyncIdleFill
A read-write field giving the bisync idle fill. The
possible values are idle and sync.
BiSyncMinPair
A read-write field giving the minimum number of
sync character pairs that precede a packet. The
possible values are 1 to 16.
BiSyncSyncChar
A read-write field giving the bisync sync
character. The default is 32h for EBCDIC and 16h
for ASCII 7 and 8.
BiSyncPadChar
A read-write field giving the bisync pad character.
The default is 0xff for EBCDIC and ASCII 8 and
0x7f for ASCII 7.
HdlcCrcType
A read-write field giving the CRC type. The
possible values are crc16 and crc32.
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HdlcLineCode
A read-write field giving the line code. The
possible values are nrz and nrzi.
to synchronize them. The possible values are
listed below.
HdlcIdleFill
A read-write field giving the idle fill. The possible
values are idle and flag.
HdlcMinFlags
A read-write field giving the minimum number of
flags between frames. The possible values range
from 1 to 16.
b1200
b2400
b4800
b7200
b9600
b12000
b14400
b16000
b16800
b19200
b24000
b28800
b32000
b38400
b48000
b56000
disabled
VcMapDlci
An integer value ranging from 0 to 1023.
Type
A read-only field having a possible value of tdmsync, stat-mux-async, bisync, or hdlc. The
value of this field must match the value of the AD
10 data port type. If it does not match, the reset
AD 10 data port command can be used to
synchronize them.
VcMapCir
The committed information rate in units of 100
bps.
DtrFILpDlyDelta
The DTR falling edge (going from high to low)
delay is this field plus the value of DtrLoopDelay.
TDMDataRate
A read-only field giving the TDM data rate. The
value of this field must match the value of the AD
10 data port TDM data rate. If it does not match,
the reset AD 10 data port command can be used
RtsFILpDlyDelta
The RTS falling edge (going from high to low)
delay is this field plus the value of RtsLoopDelay.
ModemSigInfo
A read-write field giving the modem signal bit
map, which is as follows: bit 1 (lsb) is RTS, bit 2 is
DTR, bit 3 is CTS, bit 4 is DCD, and bit 5 is DSR.
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NonLinear
A read-write field used to enable or disable
nonlinear. The possible values are enable and
disable.
Voice Port Status
This button provides the following fields.
Addr
The AD 10 port address.
Mode
A read-write value that sets the mode. The
possible values are offline, online,
disableDiagnosis, subDMW, bertTowardNetwork,
loopSub, and loopNet.
EMPolarity
A read-write field used to set EM polarity. The
possible values are reverse, normal, and
notApplicable.
UnCfgCktSig
A read-write field that can be set to idle or busy.
HookStateRx
The phone on/off hook status, which is a readwrite field that can be set to on or off.
Interface
A read-write value that sets the interface. The
possible values are fxo, fxsGndStartContRing,
fxsGndStartInterRing, fxsLoopStartContRing,
fxsLoopStartInterRing, emTypeI, emTypeII,
emTypeIII, emTypeIV, emTypeV, ac15, and ss5.
HookStateTx
The phone on/off hook status, which is a readwrite field that can be set to on or off.
EchoCancel
A read-write field used to enable or disable echo.
The possible values are enable and disable.
TxLevel
A read-write field that can be set from -25.4db to
+25.4db in 0.2db increments.
ToneMode
A read-write field used to enable or disable tone
mode. The possible values are enable and
disable.
RcvLevel
A read-write field that can be set from -25.4db to
+25.4db in 0.2db increments.
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Termination
A read-write field that can be set to r600ohms or
r900ohmsOrComplex.
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Wire
A read-write field that can be set to w4wire,
w2wire, or notApplicable.
Ac15Dial
A read-write field that can be set to dtmf, pulse,
or notApplicable.
TelcoIntType
A read-write field that can be set to us, babt, or
auste.
Speed
A read-write field giving the compressed channel
data rate for this AD 10 voice port. The possible
values are listed below, with the default being
disabled.
b5333
b7200
b7466
b8000
b8533
b9066
b9600
b10133
b10666
b11200
b11733
b12266
b12800
b13333
b13866
b14400
b14933
b15466
b16000
b16533
b17066
b17600
b18133
b18666
b19200
b19733
b20266
b20800
b21333
b21866
b22400
b22933
b23466
b24000
b24533
b25066
b25600
b26133
b26666
b27200
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b27733
b28266
b28800
b29333
b29866
b30400
b30933
b31466
b32000
disabled
This field must match the value for the AD 10
voice port speed. If it does not match, the reset
AD 10 voice port command can be used to
synchronize them. For ports using a CELP
compression algorithm, only speeds of 5.333
Kbps, 7.2 Kbps, 8 Kbps, and 9.6 Kbps are
supported. For ports using the ATC compression
algorithm, only the speeds between 7.466 Kbps
and 32 Kbps are supported.
CompressMode
A read-only field having a value of tCelp or atc.
This field must match the value of the AD 10 voice
port compress mode. If it does not match, the
reset AD 10 voice port command can be used to
synchronize them.
FaxMode
A read-only field having the value of
faxIIIenable-NSFenable, faxIIIenableNSFdisable, or faxIIIdisable-NSFdontcare.
This field must match the value the AD 10 voice
port fax mode. If it does not match, the reset AD
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10 voice port command can be used to
synchronize them.
parameter reflects the value of
TrkGrpCelpNetSigMd.
OOSAudio
A read-write field that gives the OOS audio signal
condition for AD 10 voice ports. The possible
values are fastBusy and silence.
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CelpNetSigMd
A read-write field that can have the value auto,
st, or link. This field enables autodetection of
CELP/ATC channel connected equipment to
automatically change format to become
compatible with either LINK (5 byte) or ST (8 byte)
channel mode. Alternately, this field hard sets
CELP/ATC channels to be compatible only with
either LINK or ST mode compatible equipment.
CelpNetSigSt
A read-only field having the value
indeterminate, st, or link. When
TrkGrpCelpNetSigMd is set to auto
(autodetection mode), this field indicates whether
the CELP/ATC channel connected is running in
either LINK (5 byte) or ST (8 byte) mode. If the
channel is not connected, if it is running some
other type of voice mode, or if the channel is not
currently maintaining validated channel signaling
synchronization, this field will indicate
indeterminate. If autodetection is disabled, this
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This view contains three areas; Voice Port
Statistics, Packet Band Statistics, and Data Port
Statistics.
Voice Port Statistics
This view provides the voice port addresses and
the following read-only counters for each address:
PortHber, SyncLoss, BertByte, and BertBitErr.
Packet Band Statistics
This view provides the voice port addresses and
the following read-only counters for each address:
TxTotFrame, RxTotFrame, RxSCCOvrRun,
TxSCCUndRun, RxSCCAbort, RxInvDlci,
RxFrOvrSiz, and RxCrcErr.
Data Port Statistics.
This view provides the voice port addresses and
the following read-only counters for each address:
TxTotFrame, RxTotFrame, RxFrSeqErr,
RxFrHdrErr, RxCongDisc, TxCongDisc,
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RxBecnCoun, TxBecnCoun, TxSCCOvrRun,
RxSCCUndRun, TxSCCAbort, TxFxOvrSiz,
TxFifoFICt, RxMinSegHt, BertSynLoss,
BertByteCnt, and BertBitErr.
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RTM Port Administration
ST1kRtmApp
This application provides RTM port configuration, status, and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
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RTM
RTM
RTM
RTM
Port Administration on Page 87
Specific Status on Page 88
Port Application Status on Page 89
Port Statistics on Page 90
RTM Port Administration
This view contains two tables; the Rtm Port Table
and the AD-3 and AD-7 Port Configuration Table.
Both tables are described below.
Rtm Port Table
This table provides the following fields.
Addr
The RTM port address.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). Erase resets all
parameters to their default values.
Update
A read-only field having the value loaded or
resetReq (the default value).
Type
A read-write field having the value ad3, ad7, or
null (the default value). Setting the field to ad3 or
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ad7 will allocate all of the access device ports with
their default parameters.
PartitionID
A read-write field giving the partition identifier.
The default value is the partition ID of the node.
AD-3 and AD-7 Port Configuration
Table
This table provides the following fields.
Addr
A read-only field giving the RTM port address.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). Erase resets all
parameters to their default values.
AdPortDataBits
A read-write field having a value of b7 or b8 (the
default value). b7 cannot be used in subrate
connections.
PortCommMode
A read-write field having the value async or sync
(the default value).
PortType
A read-write field having the value io or null (the
default value).
RTM Specific Status
This view provides the following read-only fields.
Update
A read-only field having the value loaded or
resetReq (the default value).
Addr
The RTM port address.
Speed
A read-write field giving the port speed. The
possible values are s150, s300, s1200, s2400,
s4800, s8000, s9600, s14400, s19200, s32000,
s38400, s48000, s56000, s64000 (the default
value), and s128000. If the speed is set to s56000
and AdPortDataBits is set to b7, the channel will
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be transported as a 64000 bit stuffed channel. If
the speed is set to s56000 and AdPortDataBits is
set to b8, the channel will be a subrate channel.
DSOsUsed
The current number of DS0 connections from ADx units on this module.
DSOAvail
With the current number of DS0 and SAF
connections, this field specifies the number of
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DS0 connections that could still be made
assuming no more SAF connections are made.
SafsUsed
The current number of SAF connections from ADx units on this module.
SafsAvail
With the current number of DS0 and SAF
connections, this field specifies the number of
SAF connections that could still be made
assuming no more DS0 connections are made.
RTM Port Application Status
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The RTM port address.
FmtRevision
A read-only field giving the format revision of the
AD-x.
interfaces are V24 (AD-3I/AD-7I subtype). In the
case of daughterBrdInt, the interface type is
determined by reading the
restRtmAdPortElIntStatus MIB attribute (AD3N/AD-7N subtype). In the case of sipexChipInt,
you may program the interface type; however, this
may not be supported in your release of the
product.
AssemblyNum
A read-only value giving the AD-x unit assembly
number.
MotherBrdAssmNmb
A read-only value giving the mother board
assembly number.
Serial Nmb
A read-only value giving the Ad-x unit serial
number.
ManufactDate
A read-only value giving the Ad-x unit
manufacture date.
Type
A read-only field giving the type of the Ad-x unit,
either ad3 or ad7.
RamSize
A read-only value giving the Ad-x unit RAM size.
SubType
A read-only field that can have a value of
integralInt, daughterBrdInt, or
sipexChipInt. In the case of integralInt, all
ModDiagResult
A read-only value giving the AD-x unit internal
diagnostics result. The bit mask is: bit 0 (LSB)
equals RAM test; bit 1 equals U-interface D-
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channel loopback test; bit 2 equals SCC-chip Dchannel loopback test; bit 3 equals U-interface
loopback test; bit 4 equals CPI loopback test; bit 5
equals PROM ID checksum; bit 6 equals port
status checksum; and bits 7 through 15 (MSB)
are reserved. The bit value 1 means test failure.
PortDiagResult
A read-only value giving the AD-x port internal
diagnostics result. The bit mask is read from right
(LSB) to left (MSB) and represents corresponding
element numbers. A bit set to 1 means the
diagnostics failed; 0 means it passed.
CpMode
A read-write field setting the CPI console
passthrough mode. The possible values are
enable and disable (the default value).
CpSpeed
A read-write field setting the CPI console speed
value. The possible values are a19200 and a9600
(the default value).
UIFarEndBlkErr
The count of the RTM port U-interface far end
block errors. It is a count that is being kept by the
RTM module.
UINearEndBlkErr
The count of the RTM port U-interface near end
block errors. It is a count that is being kept by the
RTM module.
AdUIFarEndBlkErr
The count of the RTM port U-interface far end
block errors. It is a count that is being kept by the
RTM AD module.
AdUINrEndBlkErr
The count of the RTM port U-interface near end
block errors. It is a count that is being kept by the
RTM AD module.
OOSTransitions
The count of the RTM port OOS transition
occurrences. It is a summary of the events for all
the elements on the port.
RTM Port Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The RTM port address.
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Network/Nodal Voice Profile Administration
ST1kChnlApp
This application provides channel and trunk status and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
in below.
• Network/Nodal Voice Profile Administration
on Page 91 accesses network and nodal voice
administration and configuration information.
• TDM Channel Configuration on Page 95
accesses TDM channel address, type, and
profile information.
• General Channel Status on Page 97 accesses
channel address and operational status
information.
• Trunk Group Application Status on Page 98
lets you sort, find, and update the trunk
address and status.
• Trunk Group Contents Status on Page 98
accesses trunk group address and
identification information.
• Packet Channel Source-Destination Statistics
Administration on Page 99 accesses Commit
Information Rate (CIR), Excessive Information
Rate (EIR), and segment statistics.
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• Packet Channel Bypass Statistics
Administration on Page 103 accesses packet
channel CIR/EIR and segment statistics.
Network/Nodal Voice Profile
Administration
This view contains two tables; a Networkwide
Voice Profile Table and a Nodal Voice Profile Table.
Voice profile entries in the Networkwide Voice
Profile table serve as a network wide profile for
multiple voice connections across the network.
Even though it is not enforced by the node, it is
suggested that such enforcement be provided by
network management.
When a new voice profile is created in one table, it
is created with the proper default values in the
other.
Entry number one in the Networkwide Voice
Profile table always exists on the node. It is
initialized with all default values except for the
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field Control Mode, the value of which is enable.
Entry one cannot be disabled or erased.
Changes for all entries take effect immediately on
new connections; however, they do not affect
channels that are already connected.
Networkwide Voice Profile Table
This table within the Networkwide/Nodal Voice
Profile Administration view contains the following
fields. Except for Index, all fields provide readwrite values.
Index
Index of the voice profile entry.
CntrlMode
The possible values are enable, disable, and
erase. The default value is disable, which
prevents this voice profile from being applied to
any new voice connections. Erase removes this
voice profile from the table.
CompressMode
Defines which compression algorithm to use for
voice channels connected using this voice profile.
The possible values are tCelp, atc, adpcm,
ecelp-fr, and pcm (the default value).
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Speed
The compressed channel data rate for any voice
subrate connections using this voice profile, in
the format b<bps>. For example, the value 5.333
Kbps would be entered as b5333. For channels
using a CELP compression algorithm, only rates
of 5.333, 7.2, 8, and 9.6 Kbps are supported. For
channels using the ATC compression algorithm,
only rates between 7.466 and 32 Kbps (in
increments of 533 bps) are supported. For
channels using the ADPCM compression
algorithm, only rates of 31.733 and 32.000 Kbps
are supported. For channels using the ECELP
frame relay compression algorithm, only rates of
4.8, 7.466, and 9.6 kbps are supported. For
channels using PCM (uncompressed mode), only
the rate of 64 Kbps is supported. The default
value is b64000
DTMF Rly
Controls the DTMF relay on voice connections
that use this voice profile. The possible values are
disable and enable (the default value). When
enabled, DTMF signals are transferred through
the connection. This field is ignored for PCM and
ADPCM voice channels.
Fax Rly
Controls the fax relay on voice connections that
use this voice profile. The possible values are
disable and enable (the default value). When
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SigIdlePttrn
Defines the idle signaling pattern on any ASM
voice ports that use this voice profile. This pattern
is delivered to receive signal channel connections
at times prior to the availability of a verified
reliable signal channel source. The possible
values are given below. The default value is a0b0-c0-d0.
enabled, fax operation is supported over the
connection.
FaxNSFMode
Controls the nonstandard fax mode on voice
connections that use this voice profile. The
possible values are enable and disable (the
default value). For PCM and ADPCM voice
channels, this field is ignored.
VocoderEnab
The possible values are disable and normal (the
default value). This field controls the vocoder
mode on any voice connections that use this voice
profile. This field is ignored for PCM and ADPCM
voice channels.
a0-b0-c0-d0
a0-b0-c0-d1
a0-b0-c1-d0
a0-b0-c1-d1
a0-b1-c0-d0
a0-b1-c0-d1
a0-b1-c1-d0
a0-b1-c1-d1
a1-b0-c0-d0
a1-b0-c0-d1
NetDataMode
Controls the 2100 Hz detection logic and data
mode operation with the ATC vocoder on voice
connections that use this voice profile. The
possible values are enable and disable (the
default value). This field is only used for ATC voice
channels. This field is ignored for all other types
of voice channels.
a1-b0-c1-d0
a1-b0-c1-d1
a1-b1-c0-d0
a1-b1-c0-d1
a1-b1-c1-d0
a1-b1-c1-d1
Sig Type
The type of signaling used by the T1M/E1M
bundles that connect to voice ports using this
voice profile. The possible values are a, ab, abcd,
ac15-dtmf, ac15-dp, and none (the default value).
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Nodal Voice Profile Table
This table within the Networkwide/Nodal Voice
Profile Administration view provides voice profile
entries that serve as a nodal part of the profile for
voice connections. It is intended for individual
fine adjustment of the voice parameters on each
end of the connection. A given value refers to the
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same voice profile in both this table and the
Networkwide Voice Profile Table. When a new
voice profile is created in one table, it is also
created with the proper default values in the
other. Changes for all entries take effect
immediately on new connections; however, they
do not affect channels that are already connected.
This table contains the following fields.
Index
A read-only field that provides an integer value.
RdnGrpld
The redundancy group value (1 to 64) of the server
module that the voice port will be allocated on.
The default value is 1.
TxAudSrcMode
Controls the transmit audio source on any voice
connections that use this voice profile. This field
is ignored for PCM voice channels. The possible
values are silence, tone DMW, and normal (the
default value).
RxAudOutMode
Controls the receive audio source on any voice
connections that use this voice profile. This field
is ignored for PCM voice channels. The possible
values are silence, tone DMW, and normal (the
default value).
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EchoCancel
Controls the echo cancellation on any voice
connections that use this voice profile. This field
is ignored for PCM voice channels. The possible
values are disable and enable (the default
value).
NonLinear
Controls the non-linear processing inside the
echo canceller on any voice connections that use
this voice profile. The non-linear processor
removes residual echo from the displayed signal.
This field is ignored for PCM voice channels. The
possible values are enable and disable (the
default value).
TxPCMGain
Controls the transmit PCM gain on any voice
connections that use this voice profile. This field
is ignored for PCM voice channels. The range is
defined from -33.0 dB to +18.0 dB with 0.2 dB
increments. The default value is 0 dB.
RxPCMGain
Controls the receive PCM gain on any voice
connections that use this voice profile. This field
is ignored for PCM voice channels. The range is
defined from -33.0 dB to +18.0 dB with 0.2 dB
increments. The default value is 0 dB.
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PCMPhSize
The size of the phasor (in bytes) on the PCM (64K)
side of any voice connections using this voice
profile. This field is ignored for PCM and ECELPFR voice channels. The default value is 16.
ChannelAddr
A read-only field giving the channel address.
SubratePhSize
The size of the phasor (in bytes) on the subrate
side of any voice connections using this voice
profile. This field is ignored for PCM and ECELPFR voice channels. The default value is 16.
DestAddr
The destination channel address.
ControlMode
Indicates whether the channel can be used in a
connection request. The possible values are
enable, erase, and disable (the default value).
erase is used to wipe out the channel
configuration MIB. Setting this to erase will not
succeed if the channel is not disconnected.
NetSigMode
Enables autodetection of CELP/ATC channel
connected equipment so as to automatically
change format to become compatible with either
LINK (5 byte) or ST (8 byte) channel modes.
Alternately, this field hard sets CELP/ATC
channels to be compatible only with either LINK
or ST mode compatible equipment. This field is
ignored for PCM, ADPCM, and ECELP-FR. The
possible values are auto, link, and st (the
default value).
Update
A read-only value that can be either loaded or
resetReq (the default value).
TDM Channel Configuration
Unless stated otherwise, all fields in this view are
read-write. Double-click an entry to access the
Detail view and make any changes.
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DestNodeID
The destination node address.
ModuleType
A read-only value that gives the type of module on
which this channel endpoint is located. This is
derived from the port or bundle on which the
channel is configured. The possible values are
t1m, e1m, sgm, lgm, asm, fsm, sdm, sgmAg, rtm,
brm, dsm, and e3m.
DeviceType
A read-only value that gives the type of device
connected to this channel endpoint. This is
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derived from the port or bundle on which the
channel is configured, which is always 0 for
server ports. The values 1-10 are reserved by ST50, of which 1 is for voice, 2 is for switch 56, and
3 is for clear channel. The values 11 and up can
be used to define user-specific device types. For
TDM channels connected between I/O ports, the
channel will not connect if the device types do not
match. For I/O to server port connections, the
device types will not be compared.
Profile
A value ranging from 1 to 225, with 1 being the
default value.
Orig
For EMS usage, the value is yes or no (the default
value).
PartitionID
A read-only value used by the security server to
enforce shared node.
DestChkMode
Indicates if the remote node ID and remote
address in the destination's channel MIB need to
verify the source's node ID and address before
allowing a channel connection. The possible
values are enable or disable (the default value).
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ConnectMode
Indicates whether a channel should be
automatically connected when a port comes up or
if the user is responsible for connecting the
channel. The possible values are autoConnect or
userInitiate (the default value).
State
If this value is connected, the Channel Status is
also set to connected. If the value is processing,
the Channel Status is set to any value besides
connected and disconnected. For all other
values, the Channel Status is set to
disconnected and this field specifies the reason
for the disconnection. The default value is
notApplicable.
SplPrfType
Specifies the type of special profile that is used on
this channel connection. The possible values are
voiceProfile, dataProfile, and none (the
default value).
DestNodeType
Defines the type of the destination node for this
channel. If set to link, the LGM translation table
entry indexed by the value of ChannelDestAddr
will be allocated. If this field has an illegal
translation table index value, the command
should fail. The possible values are link and st
(the default value).
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SplProfile
Specifies the special profile index used on this
channel connection. The default value is 1.
DestAddr
A read-only channel address.
General Channel Status
This view provides the following fields.
StatusAddr
A read-only value that specifies one of two
channel address types. One is the local channel
address, where the channel originates and/or
terminates on this node. This address specifies a
channel endpoint that exists on this node using
the format of the channel address, with the
remainder of the instance identifier set to zeros.
Another address type is the bypass channel
address, which can be used to obtain the status
of a channel at a node that does not originate
and/or terminate the channel. This format
specifies the node ID and channel address of
either the source or destination of the channel.
SourceNodeID
A read-only node address.
Status
A read-only channel status indicator. If the value
is disconnected, see the TDM Channel
Disconnect (for TDM and subrate channels) or Fr
Channel Disconnect (for packet channels) for the
disconnect reason. If the value is pending, it is
waiting for the end-to-end acknowledgment. All of
the retry values indicate that the node is trying to
connect the channel. Each individual value
indicates why the channel connection has not
succeeded yet.
SubStatus
A read-only value. The waitForRTSAck value is
only valid when the channel status is
connecting. The none value is valid for any
channel status. The other values are only valid
when the channel status is retryNoServer.
Type
A read-only value indicating tdm, packet,
subrate, trunkGroup, or voice.
SourceAddr
A read-only channel address.
Bandwidth
A read-only value of the bandwidth this channel
occupies on the bus of an INL.
DestNodeID
A read-only node address.
BypassCount
A read-only value of the count.
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Path
A read-only value. For TDM and subrate
channels, each hop of the path is indicated using
three bytes. The first two bytes are the node
number. The most significant bit of the first byte
of the node number will be set to one if the
channel is connected at a subrate speed and the
node contains an SGM. The third byte identifies
the INL that the channel passes through. For
packet channels, each hop of the path is
indicated using five bytes. The first two bytes are
the node number. The third and fourth bytes are
the nest and slot numbers, respectively, of the
FSM that this packet channel passes through.
The fifth number identifies the INL that the
channel passes through.
RouteQuality
A read-only value that is either asSpecified or
overRiden.
ConnectTime
A read-only value indicating the time since this
channel was connected. The value indicates the
time as the number of seconds since midnight on
January 1, 1970.
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Trunk Group Application
Status
This view lets you sort, find, and update the
status indications for the trunk group addresses.
Trunk Group Contents Status
This view provides the following fields, which are
all read-only.
Addr
The address of the trunk group.
SequenceID
Used to index multiple ports assigned to this
trunk group.
SrcNodeID
The value of the source node ID of the current
channel.
SrcTrkGrpAddr
The value of the source trunk group address of
the current channel.
SrcChAddr
The value of the source end point address of the
current channel (T1M/E1M port) using this trunk
group.
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DstNodeIID
The destination node ID of the current channel.
Src Node Id
The source node ID of the current channel.
DstTrkGrpAddr
The destination trunk group address of the
current channel.
Src Ch Addr
The value of the source end point address of the
current channel (T1M/E1M port) using this trunk
group.
DstChAddr
The destination end point address of the current
channel (T1M/E1M port) using this trunk group.
Dest Node Id
The destination node ID of the current channel.
FECN Sent
A read-only counter.
Packet Channel SourceDestination Statistics
Administration
BECN Sent
A read-only counter.
This view is divided into areas that provide access
to packet channel statistics, CIR/EIR statistics,
and Segment statistics. These are described
below.
CIR/EIR Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel SourceDestination Statistics Administration view
contains buttons that access CIR statistics and
EIR statistics, as described below.
Packet Channel Statistics
This table within the Packet Channel SourceDestination Statistics Administration view
provides the following fields.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the channel address.
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CIR Statistics
This button accesses the Packet Channel CIR
Statistics view, which is divided into two areas
described below, Packet Port CIR Statistics and
Packet Net CIR Statistics.
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Packet Port CIR Statistics
Packet Net CIR Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel CIR Statistics
view provides the following fields.
This area of the Packet Channel CIR Statistics
view provides the following fields.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the channel address.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the channel address.
Credit
Number of CIR octets that can be sent per second.
NetSegSent
Number of CIR segments sent from the user
device to the network.
PortSegSent
Number of CIR segments sent from the network to
the user device.
PortSegRcvd
Number of CIR segments received from the user
device to be sent to the network.
PortOctetSent
Number of CIR octets sent from the network to
the user device.
PortOctetRcvd
Number of CIR octets received from the user
device to be sent to the network.
PortSegDrop
Number of CIR segments received from the user
device that have been dropped.
PortOctetDrop
Number of CIR octets received from the user
device that have been dropped.
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NetSegRcvd
Number of CIR segments received from the
network to be sent to the user device.
NetOctetSent
Number of CIR octets sent from the user device to
the network.
NetOctetRcvd
Number of CIR octets received from the network
to be sent to the user device.
NetSegDrop
Number of CIR segments received from the
network that have been dropped.
NetOctetDrop
Number of CIR octets received from the network
that have been dropped.
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PortSegDrop
Number of EIR segments received from the user
device that have been dropped.
EIR Statistics
This button accesses the Packet Channel EIR
Statistics view, which is divided into two areas
described below, Packet Port EIR Statistics and
Packet Net EIR Statistics.
PortOctetDrop
Number of EIR octets received from the user
device that have been dropped.
Packet Port EIR Statistics
Packet Net EIR Statistics
The following fields are provided.
The following fields are provided.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the port address.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the channel address.
Credit
Number of EIR octets that can be sent per second.
NetSegSent
Number of EIR segments sent from the user
device to the network.
PortSegSent
Number of EIR segments sent from the network to
the user device.
PortSegRcvd
Number of EIR segments received from the user
device to be sent to the network.
PortOctetSent
Number of EIR octets sent from the network to
the user device.
NetSegRcvd
Number of EIR segments received from the
network to be sent to the user device.
NetOctetSent
Number of EIR octets sent from the user device to
the network.
NetOctetRcvd
Number of EIR octets received from the network
to be sent to the user device.
PortOctetRcvd
Number of EIR octets received from the user
device to be sent to the network
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NetSegDrop
Number of EIR segments received from the
network that have been dropped.
YellowThresh
The number of segments that can be in any queue
before that channel is in yellow congestion mode.
This value is 40% of the critical threshold.
NetOctetDrop
Number of EIR octets received from the network
that have been dropped.
RedThresh
The number of segments that can be in any queue
before that channel is in red congestion mode.
This value is 86% of the critical threshold.
Segments Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel SourceDestination Statistics Administration view
contains two buttons that access the information
described below
Statistics of Segments in Various Queues
This button accesses a view that provides the
following fields.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the channel address.
SegToUser
The number of segments currently queued to be
sent to the user device.
SegToNet
The number of segments currently queued to be
sent into the network bound for the other end of
the frame relay channel.
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CritThresh
The number of segments that can be in any queue
before that channel is in critical congestion mode.
This value is the maximum number of segments
that the queue can contain.
PortConMode
The congestion mode of the port queue, which
forwards segments to the user device. The
possible values are normal, yellow, red, and
critical.
NetCongMode
The congestion mode of the network queue, which
forwards segments to the network that are
destined for the other endpoint of the frame relay
channel. The possible values are normal, yellow,
red, and critical.
RemoteCongMode
The worst congestion mode of all of the segment
queues between this node and the other endpoint
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UnderSz
The number of segments discarded because the
size was less than the minimum.
of the frame relay channel. The possible values
are normal, yellow, red, and critical.
V120Err Disc
The number of segments discarded because the
V120 header was bad (used with AD 10 only).
Statistics of Segments Discarded
This button access a view that provides the
following fields.
Ch Pkt Addr
The read-only value of the channel address.
InacPortDisc
The number of segments discarded because the
destination DLCI was inactive.
EIR Disc
The number of segments discarded because the
system was unable to send EIR traffic.
InacNetDisc
The number of segments discarded because this
DLCI was inactive.
Seq Disc
The number of segments discarded because a
sequence error was detected.
CongPortDisc
The number of segments discarded because of
congestion on the queue with segments to send to
the user device.
CongNetDisc
The number of segments discarded because of
congestion on the queue with segments to send to
the network.
Packet Channel Bypass
Statistics Administration
This view contains three areas that are described
below; Packet Channel Bypass Statistics,
CIR/EIR Statistics, and Segment Statistics.
Packet Channel Bypass Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel Bypass Statistics
Administration view provides the following fields.
Exc Disc
The number of segments discarded because the
available CIR or EIR credit has been exceeded.
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CIR/EIR Statistics
Byp Node ID
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
Src Node Id
A read-only value indicating the Src node
address.
CIR Statistics
This button accesses a view that contains two
areas, Packet In CIR Statistics and Packet Out
CIR Statistics.
Src Channel Addr
A read-only value indicating the Src channel
address.
Dest Node Id
A read-only value indicating the destination node
address.
Dest Ch Addr
A read-only value indicating the destination
channel address.
This area of the Packet Channel Bypass Statistics
Administration view provides two buttons (CIR
Statistics and EIR Statistics) that access the
information described below.
Packet In CIR Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel Bypass CIR
Statistics view provides the following fields.
Byp Node Id
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
In Seg Sent
Number of CIR segments sent from this node to
the source of this channel.
In Seg Rcvd
Number of CIR segments received at this node
from the source of this channel.
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In Octet Sent
Number of CIR octets sent from this node to the
source of this channel.
Out SegRcvd
Number of CIR segments received at this node
from the destination of this channel.
In Octet Rcvd
Number of CIR octets sent from this node to the
source of this channel.
Out OctetSent
Number of CIR octets sent from this node to the
destination of this channel.
In Seg Drop
Number of CIR segments received at this node
from the source of this channel that have been
dropped.
Out OctetRcvd
Number of CIR octets received at this node from
the destination of this channel.
Out SegDrop
Number of CIR segments received at this node
from the destination of this channel that have
been dropped.
In Octet Drop
Number of CIR octets received at this node from
the source of this channel that have been
dropped.
Out OctetDrop
Number of CIR octets received at this node from
the destination of this channel that have been
dropped.
Packet Out CIR Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel Bypass CIR
Statistics view provides the following fields.
Byp Node Id
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
EIR Statistics
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
This button accesses a view that contains two
areas, Packet In EIR Statistics and Packet Out
EIR Statistics.
Out SegSent
Number of CIR segments sent from this node to
the destination of this channel.
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Packet In EIR Statistics
In Octet Drop
Number of EIR octets received at this node from
the source of this channel that have been
dropped.
This area of the Packet Channel Bypass CIR
Statistics view provides the following fields.
Byp Node Id
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
Packet Out EIR Statistics
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
In Seg Sent
Number of EIR segments sent from this node to
the source of this channel.
In Seg Rcvd
Number of EIR segments received at this node
from the source of this channel.
In Octet Sent
Number of EIR octets sent from this node to the
source of this channel.
In Octet Rcvd
Number of EIR octets sent from this node to the
source of this channel.
In Seg Drop
Number of EIR segments received at this node
from the source of this channel that have been
dropped.
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This area of the Packet Channel Bypass CIR
Statistics view provides the following fields.
Byp Node Id
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
Out SegSent
Number of EIR segments sent from this node to
the destination of this channel.
Out SegRcvd
Number of EIR segments received at this node
from the destination of this channel.
Out OctetSent
Number of EIR octets sent from this node to the
destination of this channel.
Out OctetRcvd
Number of EIR octets received at this node from
the destination of this channel.
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Out SegDrop
Number of EIR segments received at this node
from the destination of this channel that have
been dropped.
Seg To Src
Number of segments currently queued to be sent
to the source of this channel.
Seg To Dst
Number of segments currently queued to be sent
to the destination of this channel.
Out OctetDrop
Number of EIR octets received at this node from
the destination of this channel that have been
dropped.
YellowThresh
Number of segments that can be in any queue
before that channel is in yellow congestion mode.
This value is 40% of the critical threshold.
Segments Statistics
This area of the Packet Channel Bypass Statistics
Administration view contains two buttons
(Statistics of Segments in Various Queues and
Statistics of Segments Discarded) that access the
information described below.
Statistics of Segments in Various Queues
This button accesses a view that provides the
following fields.
Byp Node ID
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
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RedThresh
Number of segments that can be in any queue
before that channel is in red congestion mode.
This value is 86% of the critical threshold.
CritThresh
Number of segments that can be in any queue
before that channel is in critical congestion mode.
This value is the maximum number of segments
that the queue can contain.
In Cong Mode
Congestion mode of the in queue, which forwards
segments to the source of this channel. The
possible values are normal, yellow, red, or
critical.
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Out Cong Mode
Congestion mode of the out queue, which
forwards segments to the source of this channel.
The possible values are normal, yellow, red, or
critical.
Statistics of Segments Discarded
segments to send to the destination was
congested.
DstSrcConDisc
Number of segments from the destination of this
channel that were discarded because the queue of
segments to send to the source was congested.
This button accesses a view that provides the
following fields.
InacSrcDisc
Number of segments discarded because the
source of this channel was inactive.
Byp Node ID
A read-only value indicating the bypass node
address.
InacDstDisc
Number of segments discarded because the
destination of this channel was inactive.
Ch Pkt Addr
A read-only value indicating the channel address.
SrcEIRDisc
Number of segments from the source of this
channel that were discarded because the system
was unable to send EIR traffic.
DstEIRDisc
Number of segments from the destination of this
channel that were discarded because the system
was unable to send EIR traffic.
SrcDstConDisc
Number of segments from the source of this
channel that were discarded because the queue of
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Inter Nodal Link Configuration
ST1kINLApp
This application provides Inter Nodal Link (INL) configuration, status, and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the following device specific
views:
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Inter
Inter
Inter
Inter
Nodal
Nodal
Nodal
Nodal
Link
Link
Link
Link
port or bundle configuration to zero. The possible
values are automatic, erase, and off (the
default value).
Configuration on Page 109
Status on Page 111
Contents Status on Page 112
Statistics on Page 112
Inter Nodal Link Configuration
Arq Cir
A read-write value ranging from 0 to 2048000 bps.
The default value is 9600.
MaxPktDSO
A read-write value of 1 to 32 representing the
maximum packet bandwidth in units of DS0. (INL
bandwidth minus the value of MaxPktDS0 is the
guaranteed TDM bandwidth.)
This view provides the following fields.
Number
A read-only value ranging from 1 to 31.
Address
Setting this field will set the INL number field in
the port or bundle configuration to this INL's
number.
StartMode
Setting this field to erase will fail if the INL has
not been removed. Otherwise, it will erase the INL
configuration and set the INL number field in the
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Update
A read-only value of loaded, updateReq, or
resetReq (the default value).
PktCirOccu
A number representing the CIR occupancy
percentage (P) of the packet band bandwidth. The
value of P can be 1 through 100 (the default
value). The INL bandwidth allocation uses the
following three rules:
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1
The sum of the bandwidth for all TDM
channels is equal to or less than
MaxTDMDS0
SateliteHop
A read-write value ranging from 0 to 3, with 0
being the default value.
2
The sum of the CIR for all packet channels is
equal to or less than MaxPktDS0 multiplied
by P.
3
The sum of the bandwidth for all TDM
channels plus 1/P multiplied by the SUM of
all packet channel CIR is equal to or less than
the INL bandwidth.
OOSTimer
A read-write value ranging from 1 to 60 (with 10
being the default) that indicates the number of
seconds that the ST-1000 will wait after detecting
an out-of-service condition on an INL before
declaring the INL to be out of service and
disconnecting all channels connected over the
INL.
MaxTDMDSO
A read-write value ranging from 1 to 31
representing the maximum TDM bandwidth in
units of DS0. (INL bandwidth minus the value of
MaxTDMDS0 equals the guaranteed packet
bandwidth.
Group
Up to seven groups for each INL. The bit map (bits
1 (lsb) to 7F) indicates the group(s) of the INL.
The default value is 7F.
Cost
A read-write value ranging from 1 to 65535
assigned by you. The default value is 1.
Encryption
A read-write value of either normal (the default
value) or encrypted.
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Orig
A read-write value of yes or no (the default value)
for EMS usage.
RemNodeId
A read-write value for the node identification, with
0 meaning “don't care.” The default value is
0000h.
RemINLId
A read-write value ranging from 0 to 31 and
indicating the INL number of the remote side. 0
(the default value) means “don't care.”
Part.Id
A read-only value of the partition identification
used by the security server to enforce shared
node.
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Inter Nodal Link Status
Inter Nodal Link Status
RemPortAddr
A read-only number identifying the port or bundle
address that the INL terminates on. If no remote
connection has been established, this field
displays 0.
This view provides the following fields.
Number
A read-only value ranging from 1 to 31.
RemINLId
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 31 and
identifying the INL ID on the remote node that the
INL terminates on. If no remote connection has
been established, this field displays 0.
Address
A read-only address value.
Status
A read-only status value including pending,
inService, outofService, or maintenance.
RemBERLev
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 16 and
indicating the BER level on the remote node that
the INL terminates on. If the value of
LocBERQual is notCalculatedYet, this displays
0.
SubStatus
A read-only value including disable or enable
(the default value).
LocBERLev
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 16 and
indicating the BER level on the local node. If the
value of locBERQual is notCalculatedYet, this
field displays 0.
RemBERQual
A read-only field having a value of accepted,
unAccepted, or notCalculatedYet.
AvailTDMBw
The available TDM bandwidth.
LocBERQual
A read-only value indicating the BER quality as
accepted, unaccepted, or notCalculatedYet.
RemNodeId
A read-only number identifying the node that the
INL terminates on. If no remote connection has
been established, this field displays 0.
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AvailPktBW
The available packet bandwidth.
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Inter Nodal Link Contents Status
LpbackDur
A read-write value ranging from 0 to 65535 (which
specifies a permanent loopback) that specifies the
loopback duration.
BusFrmMode
A read-only field having a value of addbackMode,
fallbackMode, or notApplicable.
LpbackStatus
A read-only field having a value of none,
originator, terminator, or external.
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Status
TotalCRCErr
A read-only numeric value.
This view provides the following fields.
BERWndFill
A read-only value for window fill.
NumTdmChnl
A read-only value showing the number of TDM
channels.
NumFrChanl
A read-only value showing the number of Fr
channels.
Speed
The INL speed.
NumSaf
A read-only counter of SAFs.
LosMode
A read-only field having a value of
localOutOfSync, localInSync, or
notApplicable.
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INL Number
A read-only value ranging from 1 to 32, with INL
32 used to display local connections.
Seq Number
A read-only value ranging from 1 to 65535.
Src Node ID
Read-only node address.
Src Node Addr
Read-only channel address.
Dest Node ID
Read-only node address.
Dest Node Addr
Read-only channel address.
Inter Nodal Link Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
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INL Number
A read-only field having a value ranging from 1 to
31 and identifying the INL.
Index
A read-only field having a value ranging from 1 to
96 and identifying which 15 minute interval these
statistics are for.
Pkt Octet Sent
The number of octets sent across the INL. A value
of 0 means that no data is available for that
interval.
Pkt Octet Rcvd
The number of octets received across the INL. A
value of 0 means that no data is available for that
interval.
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ST1kFrmRlyApp
Packet Channel Status/Ping View
ST1kFrmRlyApp
This application provides frame relay channel and port status information.
Packet Channel Status Table
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the following views:
This table provides the frame relay channel status
in the following fields.
• Packet Channel Status/Ping View on
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Packet Channel Status Table on Page 114
Packet Channel Ping Table on Page 115
• Frame Relay Channel Administration View on
Page 116
• Frame Relay Port Administration View on
Page 117
• Packet Port Statistics View on Page 119
TestGenStatus
A read-only value that specifies whether a test
generator is currently active on this channel and,
if so, whether it is local or remote. The possible
values are activeLocal, activeRemote, and
inactive.
TestGenFrSent
A read-only counter of the number of test
generator frames sent.
Packet Channel Status/Ping
View
This view provides a Packet Channel Status Table
and a Packet Channel Ping Table, both of which
are described below.
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Address
The read-only value for the channel status.
TestGenFrRcvd
A read-only counter of the number of test
generator frames received without any errors.
TestGenFrRcvErr
A read-only counter of the number of test
generator frames received with at least one error.
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Packet Channel Ping Table
TestGenFrTimeout
A read-only counter of the number of test
generator frames sent that were not received.
This table provides the frame relay channel ping
status in the following fields.
PingStatus
A read-only value that specifies whether the
channel is sending ping messages or not. The
possible values are active and inactive.
Address
The read-only value of the channel address.
Num_Rem
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 255 that is
the number of times that the ping message still
has to be sent when ping is active. If ping is
inactive or if you requested the ping to continue
until explicitly stopped, this field displays 0.
Comm.Status
A read-only value that indicates the status of the
communication via this packet channel. The field
displays notApplicable for frame relay channels
on FSM ports. The possible values are active,
transportLayerFailure,
revisionIncompatibility, pvcDisconnect,
pvcLoopback and, for FSM ports, notApplicable.
Hop Numbers
A read-only number ranging from 1 to 17 that
identifies the hop of the channel path to which
this information applies. The first hop originates
from the node that the ping was initiated on. This
node is referred to as the originating node. The
last hop ends on the node where the opposite end
of the channel is located. This node is referred to
as the terminating node. The field Channel Path
can be used to identify where each hop is in the
network.
Delay
A read-only value that indicates the round trip
delay between this node and the terminating
node, in units of 10 millseconds.
Orig Term Cong
A read-only value of normal, yellow, red, or
critical.
Term Orig Cong
A read-only value of normal, yellow, red, or
critical.
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Frame Relay Channel
Administration View
CirTransPri
A read-write priority value ranging from 0 to 7
(the highest priority). Use a high priority when
timing critical traffic. The default value is 4.
This view provides the following fields.
CIR
The commit information rate (in bps) is a readwrite value ranging from 0 to 2048000. The
default value is 0.
Index
The channel address.
DestNodeID
The destination node address.
DestAddr
The destination channel address.
Cntrl Mode
A read-write value that indicates whether the
channel can be used in a connection request or
not. The possible values are enable, disable (the
default value) and erase. The value erase is used
to wipe out the channel configuration MIB.
Setting this to erase will not succeed if the
channel is not disconnected.
Update
A read-only value of either loaded or resetReq
(the default value).
Type
A read-write value of either regular (the default
value) or expressRouting. regular is for a pointto-point connection. expressRouting is for a
Time Lan Router. It is only valid for DLCIs.
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EIR
The excessive information rate (in bps) is a readwrite value ranging from 0 to 2048000. The
default value is 0.
Burst Rate
A read-write value from 0 to 2147483647 that
provides the commit burst rate. The default value
is 0.
Profile
A read-write value from 1 to 255. The default
value is 1.
Orig
A read-write value specifying EMS internal usage.
The possible values are yes and no (the default
value).
Part.ID
A read-write value from 1 to 1023 used for
security on shared nodes. For channels defined
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on FSM port, this field can only be set to the port
partition ID. The following applies for channels
defined on DSM PVC port: on dedicated/root
nodes, it may be set only to the node owner
partition ID; on shared nodes, it may be set to any
partition ID in the node access list.
State
A read-only value. If the value is connected, then
Channel Status is also set to connected. If the
value is processing, then Channel Status is set
to any value besides connected and
disconnected. For all other values, Channel
Status is set to disconnected and this field
specifies the reason for the disconnection. The
default value is notApplicable.
DestChkMode
A read-write value that indicates if the remote
node ID and remote address in the destination's
channel MIB need to verify the source's node ID
and address before allowing a channel
connection. The possible values are enable and
disable (the default value).
ModType
A read-only value giving the type of module on
which this channel endpoint is located, which is
derived from the port or the channel on which it is
configured. The possible values are fsm and dsm.
Frame Relay Port
Administration View
This view provides the following fields.
Port Address
The read-only port address.
Description
A read-write value from 0 to 15 used by EMS ITM
and other applications.
ConnectMode
A read-write value that indicates whether a
channel should be automatically connected when
a port comes up or if the user is responsible for
connecting the channel. The possible values are
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autoConnect and userInitiate (the default
value).
Start Mode
A read-write value that can be set to automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). erase will erase
the port configuration MIB as well as any TDM
and frame relay channels defined on this port.
The erase will not succeed if any of the channels
on the port are not disconnected.
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Update
A read-only value indicating the state of the port.
The possible values are loaded and resetReq (the
default value).
LmiActive
A read-write Lmi status value of either disabled,
ccittQ933A, or ansi617D (the default value).
LmiPollTimer
The read-write Lmi polling timer value, which can
be sec5 (the default value), sec10, sec15, sec20,
sec25, or sec30.
Device Type
A read-write value that indicates port usage. For
regular HDLC ports, only one connection can be
made. All HDLC ports must be connected to an
SDM I/O port. The possible values are ad10,
regularHdlc, networkToNetwork,
userToNetwork, and networkToUser (the default
value).
Ad10NodeID
A read-write value giving the node address.
Ad10PortID
A read-write value giving the port address.
LmiWaitTimer
The read-write Lmi waiting timer value, which can
be sec5, sec10 (the default value), sec15, sec20,
sec25, or sec30.
BitMode
A read-write value that can be b7bit or b8bit
(the default value).
LmiFullEnqInt
A read-write integer value from 1 to 255 with the
default being 10.
MaxFrmSize
A read-write integer value from 10 to 4096 (the
default value).
LmiMon.Eve
A read-write integer value from 1 to 10 with the
default being 5.
SharedOFlag
A read-write status value, which can be no or yes
(the default value).
ErrThres
A read-write integer value from 1 to 10 with the
default being 3.
Max CIR
A read-write integer value from 0 to 3000000, in
units of bps, that is used to determine how many
packets per second the I/O to server connection
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will require from the FSM module resources. The
default value is 64000.
Port Address
A read-only value giving the port address.
AvgPktSize
A read-write value, which can be b32, b64, b128,
or b256 (the default value).
Seg Sent
The number of segments sent from the network to
the user device on any of the DLCIs on this port.
AllocPref
A read-write value, which can be dontCare (the
default value), fsm16, or fsm64.
Seg Rcvd
The number of segments received at the network
from the user device on any of the DLCIs on this
port.
BillSegSize
This value has been deprecated. The default value
is pktsize.
BillCntrl
This value has been deprecated. The default value
is disable.
Part. ID
The partition identification, which is a read-write
value from 1 to 1023).
Enc. Type
A read-write value that can be set to nrz (the
default value), nrzb, nrzi-space, or nrzi-mark.
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This view provides the following fields.
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Octet Sent
The number of octets sent from the network to the
user device on any of the DLCIs on this port.
Octet Rcvd
The number of octets received at the network
from the user device on any of the DLCIs on this
port.
DLCI Disc
The number of frames discarded because the
destination DLCI or sub-DLCI was not active.
BadAddrDisc
The number of frames discarded because the
address field was not two bytes in length.
OvrSizeDisc
The number of frames received from the user
device that were discarded because they exceeded
the maximum frame size.
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UndSizeDisc
The number of HDLC frames discarded because
the frame was too short.
LmiWrongSeq
The number of LMI messages dropped due to
incorrect sequence numbers
CRCDiscard
The number of HDLC frames discarded because
the CRC was bad.
LmiPollTimout
The number of LMI messages dropped due to poll
time outs. LmiPollingTimer controls the
duration of this timer.
SwOvrRunDisc
The number of frames discarded because of port
software buffer overrun.
UndRunDisc
The number of HDLC frames discarded because
of underrun.
LmiTxSeqNum
LMI transmit sequence number.
AbortDisc
The number of HDLC frames discarded because
frame abort was received.
LmiRxSeqNum
LMI receive sequence number.
HwOvrRunDisc
The number of frames discarded because of port
hardware overrun.
LmiSegSent
The number of LMI message segments sent.
LmiSegRcvd
The number of LMI message segments received.
LmiWaitTimout
The number of LMI messages dropped due to wait
time outs. LmiWaitingTimer controls the
duration of this timer.
LmiNumGoodEve
The number of good LMI events within the
current monitor window. The size of this window
is controlled by LmiMon.Eve.
LmiNumBadEve
The number of bad LMI events within the current
monitor window. The size of this window is
controlled by LmiMon.Eve.
LmiSyntErr
The number of LMI messages dropped due to
syntax errors.
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LmiEveHist
The last eight LMI events, with each event
requiring four bits. Bits 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the last
octet represent the most recent event.
The event values are as follows:
1 - received status enquiry
2 - received full status enquiry
3 - received status
4 - received full status
5 - transmitted status enquiry
6 - transmitted full status enquiry
7 - transmitted status
8 - transmitted full status
9 - poll timer expired
10 - wait timer expired.
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ST1kBundleApp
Bundle Configuration
ST1kBundleApp
This application provides bundle configuration and status information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• Bundle Configuration on Page 122
• Bundle Status on Page 125
Signaling
A read-only value of none (the default value), a,
ab, or abcd.
Bundle Configuration
Nuddle Pattern
A read-write value of space or mark (the default
value).
This view provides the following fields.
Bundle Address
The bundle address. For BRM, bundle 1 is Dchannel; bundle 2 and 3 are B-channels.
Start Mode
A read-write value of either automatic, erase, or
off (the default value). erase will fail if the
bundle has an unremoved INL or a channel that
is not disconnected. Otherwise, it will erase the
bundle configuration as well as the INL or
channel defined on the bundle. It will also erase
this bundle from the T1M, E1M, or BRM port
bundle map.
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Update
A read-write value of loaded, updateReq, or
resetReq (the default value).
BWCntIdlePattern
A read-write value (listed below) of the bit pattern
output to the equipment, indicating bundle
availability.
a0-b0-c0-d0(16)
a1-b0-c0-d0(1)
a0-b0-c0-d1(8)
a1-b0-c0-d1(9)
a0-b0-c1-d0(4)
a1-b0-c1-d0(5)
a0-b0-c1-d1(12)
a1-b0-c1-d1(13)
a0-b1-c0-d0(2)
a1-b1-c0-d0(3)
a0-b1-c0-d1(10)
a1-b1-c0-d1(11)
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a0-b1-c1-d0(6)
a1-b1-c1-d0(7)
a0-b1-c1-d1(14)
a1-b1-c1-d1(15)
5. Units that start with “s” are in units of 1/10
seconds (e.g., s10 = 1.0 second).
BwCntBusyPattern
A read-write field for the bit pattern output to the
equipment indicating bundle busy. The possible
values are the same as for BWCntIdlePattern
and also includes 254 (which means OOS) and
255 (which means reverse and is the default
value). If the value is 254, the busy pattern is the
same as the OOS idle pattern. If the value is 255,
the busy pattern's A bit is the inverse of the A bit
value from the bundle bandwidth contention idle
pattern. For T1M bundles, the B, C, and D bits
will follow the A bit of the busy pattern. For E1M
bundles, the B bit will be 1, the C bit will be 0,
and the D bit will be 1.
T1M bundles have a default of a0-b0-c0-d0.
E1M bundles have a default of a0-b1-c0-d1.
BusyOutTimer
A read-write value with a default of permanent.
The other possible values are sec10 through
sec240 in increments of 10.
Preemption Time
A read-write value for the bandwidth contention
channel. The default value is none. The other
possible values are ms250 through ms950, in
increments of 50, as well as s1 through s10.
SeizureTime
A read-write value for the bandwidth contention
channel. The default value is ms50. The possible
values are ms50 through ms1000, in increments of
50.
ORGDisconnectTim
A read-write value for the bandwidth contention
channel. The default value is s180. The possible
values are ms150 through ms500, in increments of
50, as well as s10 through s410, in increments of
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INL Number
A read-only value from 1 to 31.
Device Type
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1 to
255, with the default being 3. This field indicates
the type of device connected to the port as follows:
• Values 1 to 10 and 255 are reserved by ST-50,
of which 1 is for voice, 2 is for switch 56, 3 is
for clear channel, and 255 is for INL.
• Values 11 to 254 can be used to define userspecific device types.
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ST1kBundleApp
Bundle Configuration
For TDM channels connected between I/O ports,
the channel will not connect if the device types do
not match. For I/O to server port connections, the
device types will not be compared.
OOSA Signaling
A read-write field with the possible values space,
mark, markSpace, and spaceMark (the default
value).
This field is not used by the ST-1000 node if the
bundle type is Null or INL. If the bundle type is
INL but this field is other than 255, the INL will
not be failed. If the bundle type is not INL but this
field is 255, the channel defined on this port will
still be able to connect.
OOSB Signaling
A read-write field with the possible values space,
mark, markSpace, and spaceMark (the default
value).
Contention Set
A read-write field that defines the type of
contention application. It has the possible values
of signalInvert, fxo, fxs-ard, fxs, disable
and em (the default value). If the bundle type is
not Bandwidth Contention, this field is ignored.
Use the contention types as follows:
• em is used for E&M connections.
• fxo is used for FXO channels in FXO/FXS
contention mode.
• fxs is used for FXS channels in FXO/FXS
contention mode.
• fxs-ard is used for FXS auto ring down
channels in contention mode.
• signalInvert is no longer used.
OOSCD Signaling
A read-write field with the possible values
spaceSpace, markMark, markSpace, and
spaceMark (the default value).
Attenuation Rx
A read-write field giving the voice channel receive
attenuation. The possible values are p3db, p6db,
p9db, and p0db (the default value).
AttenuationTx
A read-write field giving the voice channel
transmit attenuation. The possible values are
p3db, p6db, p9db, and p0db (the default value).
Partition ID
A read-write value from 1 to 1023.
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Bundle Status
Bundle Status
a0-b1-c0-d1(10)
a1-b1-c0-d1(11)
This view provides the following fields.
a0-b1-c1-d0(6)
a1-b1-c1-d0(7)
a0-b1-c1-d1(14)
a1-b1-c1-d1(15)
Bundle Address
A read-only value giving the bundle address.
Status
A read-only field that gives the bundle status,
which is always enabled if the bundle is an INL.
The possible values are active, inactive, and
unknown (which means that the bundle is
undefined).
DSOMap
A read-only octet string.
SignalA
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable.
BwCntStatus
The read-only bandwidth contention status. The
possible values are active, inactive, busy, and
unknown.
MillWattSignal
A read-write field that controls the tone generator
for channels. The possible values are 255 (which
means disable) plus those listed below.
a0-b0-c0-d0(16)
a1-b0-c0-d0(1)
a0-b0-c0-d1(8)
a1-b0-c0-d1(9)
a0-b0-c1-d0(4)
a1-b0-c1-d0(5)
a0-b0-c1-d1(12)
a1-b0-c1-d1(13)
a0-b1-c0-d0(2)
a1-b1-c0-d0(3)
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SignalB
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable.
SignalC
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable.
SignalD
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable.
OutSigA
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable. This is not supported on T1M
and E1M 4-port hardware configurations.
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Bundle Status
OutSigB
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable. This is not supported on T1M
and E1M 4-port hardware configurations.
OutSigC
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable. This is not supported on T1M
and E1M 4-port hardware configurations.
OutSigD
A read-only value, which can be on, off, or
notApplicable. This is not supported on T1M
and E1M 4-port hardware configurations.
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ST1kE1PortApp
E1M Port Configuration
ST1kE1PortApp
This application provides E1M port configuration and status information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• E1M Port Configuration on Page 127
• E1M Port Statistics on Page 129
Update
A read-only field having the possible values of
loaded, updateReq, and resetReq (the default
value).
E1M Port Configuration
This view provides the following views.
Port Address
A read-only field giving the port address. For E1M
ports, the format is shelf.module.1-4. For E1
tributaries on an E3M, the format is
shelf.module.101-116 for the first E3 port
(shelf.module.1) and shelf.module.201-216 for
the second E3 port (shelf.module.2).
Start Mode
A read-write field having the possible values of
erase, automatic, and off (the default value).
erase will fail if the port has any unremoved INLs
or channels that are not disconnected. Otherwise,
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it will display the port's configuration to its
default values and erase any bundles, INLs, and
channels on the port.
Framing
A read-write field having the possible values of
g732s or g732n (the default value).
CRC Multiframing
A read-write field having the possible values of
enable or disable (the default value).
National Bit
A read-write integer value from 1 to 31 (the
default value).
International
A read-write integer value of 0 or 1 (the default
value).
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E1M Port Configuration
Bundle Map
A read-write octet string. Each byte represents a
DS0 in an E1 Port, starting with 1 from the right
most byte. The bundle is identified by the number
of the lowest DS0 of the bundle. If framing is
g732s, time slot 16 is reserved to be a signaling
byte.
Transmit E Bit
A read-write field with a value of enable or
disable (the default value).
Fail Threshold
A read-write value from 1 to 9, with 2 being the
default value. If port BER quality is below this
threshold for ten seconds, a Port Down alarm will
be sent.
Severe Threshold
A read-write value from 0 to 65535 (the default
value).
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Fail Toggle Req
A read-write field giving the toggle request as
toggleIfPortFail (the default value) or
noToggle.
OOSBit Pattern
A read-write field having a value of x7f, x1a, xd5
(the default value), or x7e.
Receive E Bit
A read-write field with a value of monitor or
ignore (the default value).
Error Threshold
A read-write value from 0 to 65535 (the default
value).
Alarm Threshold
A read-write value from 1 to 9. If port BER quality
is below this threshold for four seconds, a Port
Error alarm will be sent. The default value is 3.
OOSA Signalling
A read-write field having a value of space, mark,
spaceMark (the default value), or markSpace.
OOSB Signalling
A read-write field having a value of space, mark,
spaceMark (the default value), or markSpace.
OSCD Signalling
A read-write field having a value of space, mark,
spaceMark (the default value), or markSpace.
Signl Version
A read-write field having the value inverted or
normal (the default value).
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E1M Port Statistics
E1M Port Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
Index
A read-only value from 1 to 96.
Lost Frame
A read-only value from 0 to 65535.
Port Address
A read-only value for the port address.
UnavailSec
A read-only value from 0 to 65535.
Start Time
A read-only value indicating the start time of this
statistics interval. The value is the number of
seconds since midnight on January 1, 1970.
BstyErrSec
A read-only value from 0 to 65535.
SevErrSec
A read-only value from 0 to 65535.
ErrSec
A read-only value from 0 to 65535.
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ST1kT1PortApp
T1M Port Configuration
ST1kT1PortApp
This application provides T1M port configuration and status information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• T1M Port Configuration on Page 130
• T1M Port Statistics on Page 132
Framing
A read-write field having the value sf, attESF, or
ansiESF (the default value).
T1M Port Configuration
Line Code
A read-write field having the value b8zs (the
default value), ami, or zeroCodeSuppression.
This view provides the following fields.
Port Address
A read-only value for the port address.
Start Mode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). erase will fail if
the port has any unremoved INLs or channels
that are not disconnected. Otherwise, it will
display the port's configuration to its default
values and erase any bundles, INLs, and
channels on the port.
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Update
A read-only field having the value loaded,
updateReq, or resetReq (the default value).
DS1 Option
A read-write field that refers to the line build out
of the T1M port. The values are interpreted as
follows: a (the default value) is 0 dB, b is -7.5 dB,
and c is -15 dB.
DSX1 Distance
A read-write field having one of the following
values: from0to133ft (the default value),
from134to266ft, from267to399ft,
from400to533ft, from534to655ft, or
fccOptionA.
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Bundle Map
A read-write octet string. Each byte represents a
DS0 in a T1 Port, starting with 1 from the right
most byte. The bundle is identified by the number
of the lowest DS0 of the bundle.
EQUGain
A read-write field having the value g26db or g36db
(the default value).
Error Threshold
A read-write value ranging from 0 to 65535 (the
default value).
OOSA Signalling
A read-write field having a value of space, mark,
spaceMark (the default value), or markSpace.
OOSB Signalling
A read-write field having a value of space, mark,
spaceMark (the default value), or markSpace.
OOSCD Signalling
A read-write field having a value of spaceSpace,
markMark, spaceMark (the default value), or
markSpace.
Signal Version
A read-write field having the value inverted or
normal (the default value).
Severe Threshold
A read-write value ranging from 0 to 65535 (the
default value).
Alarm Threshold
A read-write value ranging from 1 to 9. The
default value is 3. If port BER quality is below this
threshold for four seconds, a Port Error alarm will
be sent.
Fail Threshold
A read-write value from 1 to 9. If port BER quality
is below this threshold for ten consecutive
seconds, a Port Down alarm will be sent. The
default value is 2.
Fail Toggle Request
A read-write field having a value of noToggle or
toggleIfPortFail (the default value).
OOSBit Pattern
A read-write field having a value of x7e, x1a, xd5,
or x7f (the default value).
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T1M Port Statistics
T1M Port Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
Index
A read-only value ranging from 1 to 96.
Lost Frame
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 65535.
Port Address
A read-only value for the port address.
UnavailSec
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 65535.
Start Time
A read-only value indicating the start time of this
statistics interval. The value is the number of
seconds since midnight on January 1, 1970.
BstyErrSec
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 65535.
SevErrSec
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 65535.
ErrSec
A read-only value ranging from 0 to 65535.
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ST1kSdmPortApp
SDM Port Configuration View
ST1kSdmPortApp
This application provides SDM port configuration and status information.
Speed
A read-write field giving the port speed. The
possible values are listed below.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the SDM Port Configuration
view, described below.
SDM Port Configuration View
s1200
s2400
s4800
s7200
s9600
s14400
s19200
s38400
This view provides the following fields, including
fields contained in the Detail views obtained by
double-clicking an entry in the view.
s48000
bsf448k
bsf896k
bsf1344k
b64k
b128k
b192k
b256k
b320k
b384k
b512k
b576k
Port Address
The SDM port address.
b640k
b704k
b768k
b832k
b960k
b1024k
b1088k
b1152k
Start Mode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
erase, or off (the default value). erase will fail if
the port has any unremoved INLs or channels
that are not disconnected. Otherwise, it will
display the port's configuration to its default
values and erase any INLs and channels on the
port.
b1216k b1280k
b1408k
b1472k
b1536k b1600k
b1664k
b1728k
b1792k b1856k
b1920k
b1984k
b2048k sf56k
sf112k
sf168k
sf224k
sf280k
sf336k
sf392k
sf504k
sf560k
sf616k
sf672k
sf728k
sf784k
sf840k
sf952k
Update
A read-only field having a value of loaded,
updateReq, or resetReq (the default value).
sf1008k sf1064k
sf1120k
sf1176k
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sf1232k sf1288k
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Polarity
A read-write field with a possible value of
inverted or normal (the default value).
•
•
•
•
s is for subrate speeds.
b is for bundle speeds (n x 64K).
sf is for stuffed speeds (n x 56K).
bsf is for speeds that can be bundled (b8bit)
or stuffed (b7bit) depending on the value of
Bit Mode.
• sf56k is switched 56k if Device Type is 2.
• The default value is b64k.
Port Type
A read-write field with a possible value of null
(the default value), io, bandContent, inl, or
fsm16Connect.
INL Number
A read-only field with a value ranging from 0 to
31, with 0 being the default value. This field is
applicable only if Port Type is set to inl.
Interface
A read-write field with a possible value of dte1
(the default value), dte2, dte3, dce1, dce2, or
dce3.
Device Type
A read-write field that shows the type of device
connected to the port. The default value is 3. The
possible values are as follows:
TxClockSource
A read-write field with a possible value of
receive, send, or system (the default value).
Bit Mode
A read-write field with a possible value of b7bit or
b8bit (the default value).
OOSOper
A read-write field with a possible value of
doNothing (the default value), forceFNS, mark,
markFF, space, or spaceFF.
PortGen
A read-write field with a possible value of dsrDtr
or trans (the default value).
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• Values 1 through 10 and 255 are reserved by
ST-50, of which 1 is for voice, 2 is for switch
56, 3 is for clear channel, and 255 is for INL.
• Values 11 through 254 can be defined by you
for other device types.
For TDM channels connected between I/O ports,
the channel will not connect if the device types do
not match. For I/O to server port connections, the
device types will not be compared.
This field is not used by the ST-1000 node if Port
Type is null or inl. If Port Type is inl but this
field is not 255, the INL will not be failed. Also, if
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LoopbackSupport
A read-write field that indicates whether the SDM
port should support the signals for LL, RL, and
TM. The possible values are none (the default
value), ll, rl, tm, llRl, llTm, rlTm, or llRlTm. If
a signal is supported, that loopback signal will be
recognized by the SDM. Otherwise, the signal will
be ignored.
Port Type is not inl but this field is 255, the
channel defined on this port will still be able to
connect.
PartitionID
A read-write value giving the partition number
from 1 through 1023.
Functions
A read-write field. The default value is 00.
• The four least significant bits represent
whether the function mapped to that bit
should be forced or not.
- bit 1 (lsb) means DSR if DCE, DTR if DTE
- bit 2 means DCD if DCE, RTS if DTE
- bit 3 is reserved
- bit 4 means CTS if DCE, reserved if DTE
• The four most significant bits represent what
the function mapped to that bit should be
forced to when that function is suppose to be
forced.
- bit 5 means DSR if DCE, DTR if DTE
- bit 6 means DCD if DCE, RTS if DTE
- bit 7 is reserved
- bit 8 means CTS if DCE, reserved if DTE
ContentionSet
A read-write field with a value of f1nf1, f2nf2,
f4nf4, nf4f4, or disable (the default value).
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SatelliteBuffer
A read-write field having the value enable or
disable (the default value).
FailToggleRequest
A read-write field having the value noToggle or
toggleIfPortFail (the default value).
KGPolarity
A read-write field specifying the polarity of the
KG-resync signal and having the value
kgNegative (the default value) or kgPositive.
.KGSignalType
A read-write field specifying the type of KG-resync
signal and having the value kgPulse (the default
value) or kgLevel.
KGMode
A read-write field specifying the type of KGresync signal and having the value kgDisable
(the default value) or kgEnable.
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ST1kAsmApp
ASM Resource Utilization
ST1kAsmApp
This application provides ASM resource utilization and status information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
•
•
•
•
ASM Resource Utilization on Page 136
ASM Module Status on Page 137
ASM Engine Status on Page 137
Application Status on Page 138
MinCelpPorts
A read-write value, ranging from 0 through 16,
that defines the number of ASM ports that cannot
be used for anything but a CELP application. The
default value is 0.
ASM Resource Utilization
This view provides the following fields.
Address
The slot address.
Partition
A read-write field. Each two bytes is the partition
ID of a physical engine on the module. Partition 1
is for CNMS. Partition 0xFFFE is for any partition.
Changing this field will not change the current
port allocation but will affect any new server ports
being allocated.
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CelpPartition
A read-write field. Each two bytes is the partition
ID of a CELP license on the module. Partition 1 is
for CNMS. Partition 0xFFFE is for any partition.
Changing this field will not change the current
port allocation but it will affect any new server
ports being allocated.
ApplType
A read-write field having a value of x50, celpatc, adpcm, or mixed (the default value). This field
allows you to specify a specific application type to
be allocated to this ASM module. Ports with other
application types will not be able to be allocated
on this module.
• If the subtype of this particular ASM module
does not support the application type
specified here, the module will still come up
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but no ports will be able to be allocated. If this
occurs, the restModApplTable section of the
MIB will indicate that no applications are
available.
• If a setting of mixed is specified, allocation of
a port with a particular application will only
be restricited by the subtype of the module.
Addr
The slot address.
Diagnostics
This field is not currently used.
MaxCelp
The number of CELP licenses on the module.
NumCelpAvail
The number of CELP licenses on the module that
are not in use.
TotalEngines
The total number of DSP engines on the module.
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This view provides the following fields.
EngineID
The engine ID on the ASM module.
This view provides the following fields.
TotalSafScfs
The total number of SAFs and SCFs that can be
allocated on this ASM module.
ASM Engine Status
Addr
The physical address of the ASM module.
ASM Module Status
AvailEngines
The currently available (unused) number of DSP
engines on the module.
AvailSafScfs
The currently available (unused) number of SAFs
and SCFs on this ASM module.
EngineStatus
A read only field having the possible values of
x50, celp, adpcm, free, removed, normal, or
failed. These applications cannot be on the
same engine at the same time.
NumPorts
A read-only field giving the number of application
ports.
NumSAFs
A read-only field giving the number of SAF ports.
0 displays if there are none.
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NumSCFs
A read-only field giving the number of SCF ports.
0 displays if there are none.
• total number of application licenses on the
module, if the application is licensed
• module application type
Application
A read-only field indicating the type of application
allocated on this DSP engine, if any. The possible
values are x50, celp-atc, adpcm, and none.
CurPortsAllowed
A read-only field giving the current number of
ports that can be allocated on the ASM module
running the specified application. This
determines how many ports can still be allocated
based on what resources are currently allocated
on the module. It indicates how many more ports
of this application can be added if all new
allocations are ports running this application.
The total number of ports that can still be
allocated in a mixed application scenario is not
the sum of all of these values for each application.
This value is based on the following factors:
Application Status
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The slot address.
ApplType
The ASM application type. The possible read-only
values are x50, celp-atc, and adpcm.
MaxPortsAllowed
A read-only field giving the maximum number of
ports that can be allocated on the ASM module
running the specified application. This value
assumes that the module is running no other
applications. This value is based on the following
factors:
• the number of unallocated DSP engines
• the available ports on DSP engines that are
already allocated for this application type
• the number of ports that can still be allocated
on the module
• the number of licenses available, if the
application is licensed
• the module application type
• total number of DSP engines on the module
• total number of ports allowed on the module
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CurPortsAllocated
A read-only field giving the current number of
ports that are allocated on the ASM module and
are running the specified application.
EnginesUsed
A read-only field giving the total number of DSP
engines on the ASM module that are currently
allocated for this application type.
EnginesRsvd
A read-only field giving the total number of
unallocated DSP engines on the ASM module that
are reserved for this application type.
TotalLicenses
A read-only field giving the total number of
licenses available on the ASM module for this
application type. 0 is displayed if the application
is unlicensed.
AvailLicenses
A read-only field giving the count of the licenses
on the ASM module for this application type that
are not currently in use. 0 is displayed if the
application is unlicensed.
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ST1kVoiceApp
ASM Voice Application Administration
ST1kVoiceApp
This application provides ASM voice configuration and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• ASM
Page
• ASM
• ASM
Voice Application Administration on
140
Voice Application Status on Page 146
Voice Port Statistics on Page 148
ASM Voice Application
Administration
This view provides the following fields.
Address
The address of the voice trunk group.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of off (the
default value) or erase. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. erase will
fail if there are any voice channels connected that
are using this trunk group MIB.
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Port
The read-write port address that defines the
T1M/E1M port that this voice trunk group may
be connected to. The range of available bundles is
determined by this field and the values of
LowElement and HighElement.
LowElement
A read-write field. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This is the
low end of the element range available for use by
this voice trunk group on the T1M/E1M port set
in Port. If the value of this field is the same as
HighElement, this voice port is not a contention
port. If the value of this field is greater than
HighElement, this trunk group is invalid and any
attempt to connect a channel using this trunk
group will fail.
HighElement
A read-write field. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field is
the high end of the element range available for
use by this voice trunk group on the T1M/E1M
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port set in Port. If the value of this field is the
same as LowElement, this voice port is not a
contention port. If the value of this field is less
than LowElement, this trunk group is invalid
and any attempt to connect a channel using this
trunk group will fail.
RemoteNodeID
The node address. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This is the
node that any voice subrate channel using this
trunk group will connect to. It may be the same
as the local node that this voice trunk group is
defined on.
affect channels that are already connected. This
field defines which compression algorithm to use
for voice channels connected using this voice
trunk group.
GrpSpeed
A read-write field having one of the values listed
below. The default value is b8000.
b5333
b7200
b7466
b8000
b8533
b9066
b9600
b10133
b10666
b11200
b11733
b12266
b12800
b13333
b13866
b14400
RemoteAddr
The port address. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This is the
trunk group used for the remote end of any voice
subrate channel using this trunk group.
b14933
b15466
b16000
b16533
b17066
b17600
b18133
b18666
b19200
b19733
b20266
b20800
b21333
b21866
b22400
b22933
PartitionID
A read-write value ranging from 1 through 1023.
Changes will not affect channels that are already
connected. This is the partition ID of this trunk
group and is used to enforce security on a shared
node.
b23466
b24000
b24533
b25066
b25600
b26133
b26666
b27200
b27733
b28266
b28800
b29333
b29866
b30400
b30933
b31466
b31733
b32000
b36000
CompressMode
A read-write field having a value of tCelp (the
default value), atc, or adpcm. Changes will not
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connected. This field represents the compressed
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channel data rate for any voice subrate
connections using this voice trunk group.
• For channels using a CELP compression
algorithm, only speeds of 5.333, 7.2, 8, and
9.6 will be supported.
• For channels using the ATC compression
algorithm, only the speeds between 7.466
Kbps and 32 Kbps will be supported.
• For channels using the ADPCM compression
algorithm, only the speeds 31.733 and 32.000
Kbps will be supported.
SignalingType
A read-write field having a value of none (the
default value), a, ab, abcd, ac15-dtmf, or ac15dp. Changes will not affect channels that are
already connected. This is the type of signaling
used by the T1M/E1M bundles that connect to
voice ports using this trunk group.
DTMFRelay
A read-write field having a value of enable (the
default value) or disable. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field
controls the DTMF relay on any ASM voice ports
that use this trunk group. When enabled, DTMF
signals are transferred through the connection.
This field is not applicable in the ADPCM mode.
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FaxRelay
A read-write field having a value of enable (the
default value) or disable. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field
controls the fax relay on any ASM voice ports that
use this trunk group. When enabled, fax
operation will be supported over the connection.
This field is not applicable in the ADPCM mode.
NSFMode
A read-write field having a value of enable (the
default value) or disable. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field
controls the non-standard fax mode on any ASM
voice ports that use this trunk group. This field is
not applicable in the ADPCM mode.
AudSrcMode
A read-write field having a value of silence,
toneDMW, or normal (the default value). Changes
will not affect channels that are already
connected. This field controls the transmit audio
source on any ASM voice ports that use this
trunk group.
AudOutMode
A read-write field having a value of silence,
toneDMW, or normal (the default value). Changes
will not affect channels that are already
connected. This field controls the receive audio
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output on any ASM voice ports that use this
trunk group.
EchoCancel
A read-write field having a value of enable (the
default value) or disable and controls the echo
cancellation on any ASM voice ports that use this
trunk group. Changes will not affect channels
that are already connected.
NonLinear
A read-write field that has the value enable (the
default value) or disable and controls the nonlinear processing inside the echo canceller on any
ASM voice ports that use this trunk group. The
non-linear processor removes residual echo from
the returned signal. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected.
DataMode
A read-write field that has the value enable (the
default value) or disable and controls the 2100
Hz detection logic and data mode operation with
the ATC vocoder on any ASM voice ports that use
this trunk group. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected.
dB with 0.2 dB increments. The default is 0 dB.
Changes will not affect channels that are already
connected.
RxPCMGain
A read-write field that controls the receive PCM
gain on any ASM voice ports that use this trunk
group. The range is defined from -33.0 to +18.0
dB with 0.2 dB increments. The default is 0 dB.
Changes will not affect channels that are already
connected.
VocoderEnable
A read-write field having a value of normal (the
default value) or disable. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field
controls the vocoder mode on any ASM voice
ports that use this trunk group. This field is not
applicable in ADPCM mode.
SigIdlePttrn
A read-write field having the possible values listed
below, with the default being a0-b0-c0-d0.
TxPCMGain
A read-write field that controls the transmit PCM
gain on any ASM voice ports that use this trunk
group. The range is defined from -33.0 to +18.0
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a0-b0-c0-d0
a0-b0-c0-d1
a0-b0-c1-d0
a0-b0-c1-d1
a0-b1-c0-d0
a0-b1-c0-d1
a0-b1-c1-d0
a0-b1-c1-d1
a1-b0-c0-d0
a1-b0-c0-d1
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a1-b1-c0-d1
affect channels that are already connected. This
field defines AD-10 and ASM signaling
incompatibility parameters.
a1-b1-c1-d0
a1-b1-c1-d1
This field defines the idle signaling pattern on any
ASM voice ports that use this trunk group. This
pattern is delivered to receive signal channel
connections at times prior to the availability of a
verified reliable signal channel. Changes will not
affect channels that are already connected.
PCMPhasorSize
A read-write value ranging from 4 through 255,
the default being 16. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field
defines the size of the phasor (in bytes) on the
PCM (64K) side of any ASM voice port using this
trunk group.
SubratePhSize
A read-write value ranging from 4 through 255,
the default being 16. Changes will not affect
channels that are already connected. This field
defines the size of the phasor (in bytes) on the
subrate side of any ASM voice port using this
trunk group.
RmtSigPattern
A read-write field that has one of the values listed
below, the default being a0-b0-c0-d0.
a0-b0-c0-d0
a0-b0-c0-d1
a0-b0-c1-d0
a0-b0-c1-d1
a0-b1-c0-d0
a0-b1-c0-d1
a0-b1-c1-d0
a0-b1-c1-d1
a1-b0-c0-d0
a1-b0-c0-d1
a1-b0-c1-d0
a1-b0-c1-d1
a1-b1-c0-d0
a1-b1-c0-d1
a1-b1-c1-d0
a1-b1-c1-d1
LocalSigConf
A read-write field having a value of fxs-ard (the
default value), fxo, or fxs, or em. Changes will not
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RemoteSigConf
A read-write field having a value of other (the
default value), ad10Fxs, ad10Fxo, or ad10Em.
Changes will not affect channels that are already
connected. This field defines AD-10 and ASM
signaling incompatibility parameters.
This field defines the remote signaling pattern on
any ASM voice ports that use this trunk group.
This pattern is delivered to receive signal channel
connections at times prior to the availability of a
verified reliable signal channel source.
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CelpNetSigMd
A read-write field having a value of auto, link, or
st (the default value). This field is used to enable
autodetection of CELP/ATC channel connected
equipment so as to automatically change format
to become compatible with either LINK (5 byte) or
ST (8 byte) channel modes. Alternately, this field
hard sets CELP/ATC channels to be compatible
only with either LINK or ST mode compatible
equipment.
SearchDir
A read-write field having a value of lowHigh or
highLow (the default value). This field indicates
the search order within the range specified by the
LowElement and HighElement fields.
ToneDisabler
A read-write field having a value of g165 (the
default value), g164, or disable. This field
controls whether a 2100 Hz signal on this voice
channel will disable the echo canceller. g165
means that a 2100 Hz signal with phase reversals
will disable the echo canceller. g164 means that a
2100 Hz signal with or without phase reversals
will disable the echo canceller. disable means
that a 2100 Hz signal will not disable the echo
canceller. This field is ignored for PCM and
CELP/ATC voice channels.
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MaxErl
A read-write field having a value of dB-1, dB-3, or
dB-6 (the default value). This field provides a
measure of the return loss on the local circuit.
Setting this value too high on a nominal circuit
will result in divergence. Setting this value too low
on a high return circuit will result in no echo
cancellation. This field is ignored for PCM and
CELP/ATC voice channels.
HRegCtrl
A read-write field having a value of freeze or run
(the default value). This field allows the H register
to freeze or continue to adapt for optimal echo
cancellation. This field is ignored for PCM and
CELP/ATC voice channels.
CmftNoiseCtrl
A read-write field having a value of off or on (the
default value). This field controls whether the
echo canceller will inject noise to the far end after
the non-linear processing. This eliminates the
dead air that can occur with non-linear
processing. This field is ignored for PCM and
CELP/ATC voice channels.
TailLength
A read-write field having a value of ms-16 (the
default value), ms-32, ms-48, or ms-64. This field
controls the tail length used by the echo canceller.
A smaller tail length will improve the echo
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canceller performance. However, if the tail length
is set too small, it will make the echo cancellation
ineffective. This field is ignored for PCM and
CELP/ATC voice channels.
BlockSize
The size of uncompressed data block. (This field
may not be supported in your release of the
product.)
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EchoCancel
A read-only string. The bit mask is as follows:
This view provides the following fields.
ChannelAddr
The address of the T1M/E1M bundle that is being
used by this port while connected. If it is
disconnected, the field displays an error.
•
•
•
•
•
bit 0 (lsb) is divergence (0-normal, 1-diverge)
bit 1 is reserved
bit 2 is filter (0-disabled, 1-enabled)
bit 3 is adaptation (0-frozen, 1-adapting)
bits 4 through 7 (msb) are reserved.
(This field may not be supported in your release of
the product.)
PortAddr
The ASM voice port physical address, in the
format nest:slot:port.
TrkGrpAddr
The address of the trunk group to which this ASM
voice port is assigned.
DTMFRelay
A read-only string. The bit mask is as follows:
Engine
The ASM module DSP number allocated for this
voice port.
• bits 0 (lsb) through 3 are detected character
- 0 through 9 is digit 0 through 9
- 10 is the character *
- 11 is the character #
- 12 through 15 are characters A through D
PacketSize
The size of compressed data block. (This field may
not be supported in your release of the product.)
• bits 4 and 5 are digit type (00 - DTMF)
• bit 6 is digit generation (0-off, 1-on)
• bit 7 (msb) is digit detect (0-none, 1-detected)
(This field may not be supported in your release of
the product.)
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SubratePhasor
A read-only string. All bits zero indicates normal.
The bit mask is as follows:
FaxRelay
A read-only string. The bit mask is as follows:
• bits 0 (lsb) through 4 are modulation type
- 0 is V.21 300 bps
- 1 is V.27 2400 bps
- 2 is V.27 4800 bps
- 3 is V.29 7200 bps
- 4 is V.29 9600 bps
• bit 5 is reserved
• bit 6 is id demodulation (0-off, 1-on)
• bit 7 (msb) is modulation (0-off, 1-on)
•
•
•
•
•
•
The value will be x8080 if the port does not have a
phasor.
(This field may not be supported in your release of
the product.)
PortPacket
A read-only string. The bit mask is as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SignalingLOS
The signaling LOS status. The possible values are
inSync or los.
FrameLOS
The frame LOS status. The possible values are
inSync or los.
(lsb) is sync init (1-initializing)
is sync acq (1-sync searching)
is sync ver (1-verifying sync)
is sync mon (1-normal)
is sync loss (1-frame sync loss)
is sync loss time-out (1-occurred)
is reserved
(msb) is HBER (1-BER > 10)
CelpNetSigSt
A read-only field having the value
indeterminate, st, or link.
(This field may not be supported in your release of
the product.)
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bit 1 (lsb) is receive phasor underflow
bit 2 is receive phasor overflow
bits 3 through 8 are reserved
bit 9 is transmit phasor underflow
bit 10 is transmit phasor overflow
bits 11 through 16 are reserved
• When CelpNetSigMd is set to auto (auto
detection mode), this field indicates whether
the CELP/ATC channel connected is running
in either LINK (5 byte) or ST (8 byte) mode.
• If autodetection is disabled, this field reflects
the value of CelpNetSigMd.
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• This field displays indeterminate if the
channel is not connected, if it is running some
other voice type, or if the channel is not
currently maintaining validated channel
signaling synchronization.
EchoCancel
A read-only field that indicates the current state
of the echo canceller. The possible values are
enabled, disabled, toneDisabled, diverged,
miscellaneousFailure, and notApplicable.
The values are interpreted as follows:
This view provides the following fields.
ChanAddr
The address of the T1M/E1M bundle that is being
used by this port while connected. An error is
displayed if it is disconnected.
FrameOOSs
A read-only counter of frame OOS statistics.
• enabled means that the echo canceller is
cancelling.
• disabled means that the echo canceller is not
cancelling because it is not enabled in the
voice profile or voice trunk group
configuration.
• toneDisabled means that the echo canceller
is not cancelling due to the presence of a 2100
Hz tone disable signal.
• diverged means that the echo canceller has
determined that it cannot cancel the near end
with the current configuration and near end
circuit.
• miscellaneousFailure means that the echo
canceller is not cancelling for an unknown
reason.
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SignalOOSs
A read-only counter of signaling OOS statistics.
HighBERs
A read-only counter of HBER statistics.
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X50 Configuration Administration
ST1kAsmX50App
This application provides ASM X50 configuration and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• X50 Configuration Administration on
Page 149
• ASM X50 Status on Page 151
• ASM X50 Statistics on Page 152
StartMode
A read-write field having a possible value of
automatic, erase, or off (the default value).
Update
A read-only field having a possible value of
loaded or resetReq (the default value).
Speed
A read-only field having a default value of b64000.
X50 Configuration
Administration
Protocol
A read-write field having the possible value div2
(the default value), div3, or ad7.
This view contains two areas, which are described
below; X50 Port Administration and X50 Circuit
Administration.
IdlePattern
A read-write value ranging from 0 through 127.
The default is 45.
X50 Port Administration
OosTimer
A read-write field giving the time before the port
will go out of service. The possible values are sec3
through sec30 and disabled. The default is
sec3. If the value is disabled, the port will never
go to OOS.
This area of the X50 Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The port address.
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PhasorSize
A read-write field having a value of p4, p8, or p16
(the default value).
TxHouseKbits
A read-write field with a default value of 00h. The
following is the map between bits in the bit map
and housekeeping bits: bit 0 (lsb) is H, bit 1 is G,
bit 2 is F, bit 3 is E, bit 4 is D, bit 5 is C, bit 6 is B,
and bit 7 is reserved.
CircuitMap
A read-only field. Each byte indicates the usage of
the circuit on the X.50 aggregate. 1 means
defined and 0xFF means undefined.
Update
A read-only field having a possible value of
loaded or resetReq (the default value). If this
field is set to resetReq, you need to reset the ASM
X.50 circuit.
Speed
A read-write field having a value of s2400, s4800,
s9600 (the default value), or s19200.
TimeSlot
A read-write field having one of the values listed
below. The default is a.
PartitionID
A read-write value ranging from 1 through 1023.
X50 Circuit Administration
This area of the X50 Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The ASM X50 address.
StartMode
A read-write field having a possible value of
automatic, erase, or off (the default value).
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ab
cd
a
b
c
d
e
a1
a2
a3
a4
b1
b2
b3
b4
c1
c2
c3
c4
d1
d2
d3
d4
e1
e2
e3
e4
PhasorSize
A read-write field having a value of p4, p6, p8,
p12, or p16 (the default value).
SbitConnectState
A read-write field having the value zero or one
(the default value).
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X50 Circuit Status Administration
This view contains two areas described below, i.e.,
X50 Port Status and X50 Circuit Status
Administration.
This view provides the following fields.
X50 Port Status Administration
CkSbitStatus
A read-only field having the value one or zero.
This field provides the following fields.
Addr
The ASM X50 address.
PhasorStatus
A read-only field having bit values as listed below.
Addr
The port address.
Bit
Indicates
1 (lsb)
receive phasor underflow
2
receive phasor overflow
RxHouseKbits
A read-only field. The bit to housekeeping bit map
is as follows: 0 (lsb) is H, 1 is G, 2 is F, 3 is E, 4 is
D, 5 is C, 6 is B, and 7 is not used.
3
receive phasor empty
4
receive phasor full
5
receive phasor fifo error
6-7
reserved
CktTimeSlotMap
A read-only field. Each byte (1 through 20)
indicates which circuit is using that time slot.
8
receive phasor not applicable
9
transmit phasor underflow
10
transmit phasor overflow
AggrStatus
A read-only field giving the specific ASM X50
status as one of the following values: pending,
inSync, los, ros, losRos, oos, or loopback.
11
transmit phasor empty
12
transmit phasor full
13
transmit phasor fifo error
14-15
reserved
16
transmit phasor not applicable
Engine
A read-only field that indicates which DSP on the
ASM module the port has been allocated to.
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All zero bits indicates normal. If the circuit does
not have a phasor, the value will be x8080.
ASM X50 Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The port address.
FrameErrors
A read-only counter.
LocalOs
A read-only counter.
RemoteOs
A read-only counter.
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DSM Module Specific Entry
ST1kDsmApp
This application provides DSM module configuration, status, and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• DSM Module Specific Entry on Page 153
accesses the DSM Module Configuration
Administration view, which provides module
implementation and module CDR
implementation administration information.
• DSM Module Specific Status on Page 156
accesses the DSM Module Status
Administration view, which provides module
CDR log status administration, module
exchange code status, module CDR record
status, module specific status, and module
routing table status information.
• DSM Module Statistics on Page 167 provides
access to a count of rejected originating calls
and rejected terminating calls.
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DSM Module Specific Entry
This view contains the two areas described below,
i.e., Module Implementation Administration and
Module CDR Implementation Administration.
Module Implementation
Administration
This area of the DSM Module Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The DSM module address in the format
nest.slot.
PartitionMap
A read-write field. Every octet pair is the partition
ID of a physical port on the module. Partition 1 is
for CNMS. Partition 0xFFFE is for any partition.
When this is changed, it will not change the
current port allocation but it will affect any new
server ports being allocated.
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PbxProtocol
A read-write field having a value of dpnss (the
default value), sig, isdn-q931, or cas. All D
channels connected to this DSM module will need
to be set up with the same protocol as set here.
Changes to this field will be reflected in slot
Update field. A module reset will be required in
order for the change to take effect.
ActiveLev1CDRMode
A read-write field having the value enable (the
default value) or disable. This field specifies
whether level 1 Call Detail Record for the calls in
progress are to be generated by the DSM. This
field affects all the D channels terminated on this
module. Changes to this field will be reflected in
the slot Update field. A module update will be
required in order for the change to take effect. It
will not disrupt any channel connections
associated with DSM.
RecordLev1CDRMode
A read-write field having the value enable (the
default value) or disable. This field specifies
whether level 1 Call Detail Record for the
completed calls are to be generated by the DSM.
This field affects all the D channels terminated on
this module. Changes to this field will be reflected
in the slot Update field. A module update will be
required in order for the change to take effect. It
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will not disrupt any channel connections
associated with DSM.
ActiveLev2CDRMode
A read-write field having the value enable (the
default value) or disable. This field specifies
whether level 2 Call Detail Record for the calls in
progress are to be generated by the DSM. This
field affects all the D channels terminated on this
module. Changes to this field will be reflected in
the slot Update field. A module update will be
required in order for the change to take effect. It
will not disrupt any channel connections
associated with DSM.
RecordLev2CDRMode
A read-write field having the value enable (the
default value) or disable. This field specifies
whether level 2 Call Detail Record for the
completed calls are to be generated by the DSM.
This field affects all the D channels terminated on
this module. Changes to this field will be reflected
in the slot Update field. A module update will be
required in order for the change to take effect. It
will not disrupt any channel connections
associated with DSM.
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Module CDR Implementation
Administration
This area of the DSM Module Configuration
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of this DSM module.
Index
The CDR log to access.
ControlMode
A read-write field having a value of enable,
erase, or disable (the default value). Changes
will not affect channels that are already
connected. Disable prevents new CDRs from be
recorded in this log. Erase removes this CDR log.
Changes to this field are reflected in the slot
Update field. A module update is required for the
change to take effect. It will not disrupt channel
connections associated with this DSM.
Size
A read-write field that assigns the maximum
number of CDRs that may be stored in this CDR
log. The default is 0. The total size of all CDR logs
on this module cannot exceed the number of total
records available. This number may be obtained
from the DSM Module Specific Status view
TotalRecCDRs field. When a new DSM module is
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configured, CDR log #1 will be created with a size
of 1000 CDRs. Any other CDR logs that are
configured after this will have a default size of 0.
Changes to this field will be reflected in the slot
Update field. A module update is required for the
change to take effect. It will not disrupt channel
connections associated with this DSM.
OvThrshld
A read-write field that defines an overflow
threshold on this CDR log. The default value is 0.
When reached, the threshold flag is set and the
Threshold Exceeded alarm is issued. If this value
exceeds the value of the CDRLogSize field, the
Threshold Exceeded alarm will never be generated
for this CDR log. When a new DSM module is
configured, CDR log #1 will be created with a
threshold of 900 CDRs. Any other CDR logs that
are configured after this will have a default
threshold of 0. Changes to this field will be
reflected in the slot Update field. A module
update is required for the change to take effect. It
will not disrupt channel connections associated
with this DSM.
PartitionID
A read-write field that specifies the partition ID of
this CDR log. The default value is 1. Changes to
this field are reflected in the slot Update field. A
module update is required for the change to take
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effect. It will not disrupt channel connections
associated with this DSM.
Lev2Entries
The number of level 2 CDRs for this CDR log.
DSM Module Specific Status
Module Exchange Code Status
This view contains the three areas and two
buttons described below. The three areas are
Module CDR Log Status Administration, Module
Exchange Code Status, and Module CDR Record
Status. The two buttons are Module Specific
Status and Module Routing Table Status.
This area of the DSM Module Status
Administration view provides the following fields.
Module CDR Log Status
Administration
CallNumber
The call number. The valid character set is
defined in the D channel Exchange Codes Table.
This area of the DSM Module Status
Administration view provides the following fields.
Partition
The partition identifier of the instance you are
inquiring information on. Partition 1 (global)
should not match the instance partition identifier.
It is able to obtain info for any partition.
Addr
The address of this DSM module.
Index
The CDR log number on this DSM module.
Status
A read-only field giving the CDR log overflow flag
status and having the value overflow,
noOverflow, overThreshold, or disabled.
Addr
The address of DSM module.
CallNumLen
Defines the length of the CallNumber field.
Code
The call numbers matched exchange code. If
there is no matched exchange code, an error
message will be displayed. The valid character set
is defined in the DSM Exchange Table.
Lev1Entries
The number of level 1 CDRs for this CDR log.
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Module CDR Record Status
This area of the DSM Module Status
Administration view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of this DSM module.
LogNum
The CDR log number to be accessed on this DSM
module.
Index
The Call Detail Record to be accessed on this log
based on its position (counting from the oldest
one).
Contents
The Call Detail Record from a module CDR log.
These CDRs are for completed calls.
The bytes in a completed call CDR are interpreted
as follows:
Part 1 Generic Information
• 1: CDR Type (with values of level 1 or level 2)
• 2: Version Number (1 for Release 3.1.0 and
higher nodes)
• 3-4: Partition ID
• 5-6: Call ID
• 7: Protocol (with values of DPNSS, Q.Sig,
ISDN-Q.931, or CAS)
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Variant Type (with values of ETSI primary rate
network, ETSI basic rate network, National-2
primary rate network, or National-2 basic rate
network) if the protocol is ISDN-Q.931; or
Variant Type (with values of DTMF VFM or
DTMF AD-10/FR2) if the protocol is CAS.
From this position down, the contents definition
varies, depending on the interface level (CDR
Type). The level definitions are defined below.
Level 1: CDRs (Physical Characteristics).
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9-12: Originating Time
13-16: Answer Time
17-20: Disconnect Time
21-22: B-Channel Source Node ID
23: B-Channel Source Nest ID
24: B-Channel Source Slot ID
25-26: B-Channel Source Port ID
27-28: B-Channel Source Channel ID
29-30: B-Channel Destination Node ID
31: B-Channel Destination Nest ID
32: B-Channel Destination Slot ID
33-34: B-Channel Destination Port ID
35-36: B-Channel Destination Channel ID
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• 37: Unused if the protocol is Q.Sig or CAS;
Call Type (with values of real or virtual) if the
protocol is DPNSS; or Call State Just Prior to
Call Completion (with values dependent upon
the variant) if the protocol is ISDN-Q.931.
The following applies for the values ETSI Primary
Rate Network and National-2 Primary Rate
Network:
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null state - no call exists.
call initiated - for an outgoing call, the
network has received a call establishment
request, but has not yet responded.
overlap sending - for an outgoing call, the
network has acknowledged the call
establishment request and is prepared to
receive additional call information (if any)
in overlap mode.
outgoing call proceeding - for an outgoing
call, the network has sent an
acknowledgement that the network has
received all call information necessary to
effect call establishment.
call delivered - for an outgoing call, the
network has indicated that the remote
user alerting has been initiated.
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call present - for an incoming call, the
network has sent a call establishment
request, but has not yet received a
satisfactory response.
call received - for an incoming call, the
network has received an indication that
the user device is alerting but has not yet
received an answer.
connect request - for an incoming call, the
network has received an answer, but the
network has not yet awarded the call.
incoming call proceeding - for an incoming
call, the network has received an
acknowledgement that the user device has
received all call information necessary to
effect call establishment.
active - for an incoming call, the network
has awarded the call to the called user. For
an outgoing call, the network has indicated
that the remote user has answered the
call.
disconnect request - the network has
received a request from the user device to
clear the end-to-end connection (if any).
disconnect indication - the network has
disconnected the end-to-end connection (if
any), and has sent an invitation to
disconnect the user device-network
connection.
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suspend request - the network has
received a request to suspend the call, but
has not yet responded.
resume request - the network has received
a request to resume a previously
suspended call, but has not yet responded.
release request - the network has
requested the user device to release and is
waiting for a response.
call abort - for an incoming call in point-tomultipoint configuration, the call is being
cleared before any user has been awarded
the call.
overlap receiving - for an incoming call, the
network has received an acknowledgement
of the call establishment request, which
permits the network to send additional call
information (if any) in the overlap mode.
• 42: NCP Clear Cause (with values as defined
in the Recorded Call Detail Record Status
view ChannelState field.
• 43: Clear Cause. The values are defined
below. (If NCP Clear Cause is not zero, this
byte is not used.)
• 38: Special Profile Type (with values as
defined in the Quality of Service Table
QOSCallType field)
• 39: Info Type (with values of Q.Sig speech,
DPNSS A-law, DPNSS ADPCM, DPNSS Mulaw, Unrestricted data, Restricted data, 3.1
KHz audio, 7 KHz audio, and video)
• 40: Special Profile Index
• 41: Channel Profile Index
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DPNSS values:
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number unobtainable (0)
address incomplete (1)
network termination (2)
service unavailable (3)
subscriber incompatible (4)
congestion/collision (7)
busy (8)
subscriber out of service (9)
incoming calls barred (10)
service incompatible (19)
acknowledgement (20)
signal not understood (21)
signal not valid (22)
service temporarily unavailable (23)
facility not registered (24)
reject (25)
message not understood (26)
signalling system incompatible (27)
route out of service (28)
transferred (29)
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network address extension error (30)
no free channel or channel unavailable
from NCP (34)
channel out of service (35)
priority forced release (36)
access barred (41)
requested channel unavailable(44)
DTE controlled not ready (45)
DTE uncontrolled not ready (46)
normal call termination (48)
unbinding (101)
version invalid (103)
B-channel failure cause (112)
D-channel failure cause (113)
socket failure cause (114)
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Q.Sig values: (support begun in release 2.0.2)
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no cause (0)
no route (3)
channel unacceptable (6)
normal call clearing (16)
user busy (17)
no user responding (18)
no answer (19)
call rejected (21)
number changed (22)
out of order (27)
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T302 timer expiration or invalid number
format (28)
status response (30)
normal unspecified (31)
no free channel or channel unavailable
from NCP (34)
link reset or temporary failure (41)
requested channel unavailable(44)
bearer not authorized (57)
bearer not available (58)
service not available (63)
bearer not implemented (65)
invalid call reference (81)
incompatible destination (88)
no bearer capability, no address, or
mandatory (95)
element missing (96)
message type not implemented (97)
message type incompatible (98)
information type not implemented (99)
invalid information element contents (100)
unbinding (101)
recovery on timer expiry (102)
version invalid (103)
protocol error (111)
B-channel failure cause (112)
D-channel failure cause (113)
socket failure cause (114)
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ISDN-Q.931 values: (introduced in Release
3.0.0)
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unallocated or unassigned number (1)
no route to specified transit network (2)
no route to destination (3)
channel unacceptable (6)
call awarded and being delivered in an
established channel (7)
normal call clearing (16)
user busy (17)
no user responding (18)
no answer from user - user alerted (19)
call rejected (21)
number changed (22)
non-selected user clearing (26)
destination out of order (27)
invalid number format (28)
facility rejected (29)
response to STATUS ENQUIRY (30)
normal, unspecified (31)
no circuit/channel available (34)
network out of order (38)
temporary failure (41)
switching equipment congestion (42)
access information discarded (43)
requested circuit/channel not available
(44)
resources unavailable, unspecified (47)
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quality of service unavailable (49)
requested facility not subscribed (50)
bearer capability not authorized (57)
bearer capability not presently available
(58)
service or option not available, unspecified
(63)
bearer capability not implemented (65)
channel type not implemented (66)
requested facility not implemented (69)
only restricted digital information bearer
capability is available (70)
service or option not implemented,
unspecified (79)
invalid call reference value (81)
identified channel does not exist (82)
a suspended call exists, but this call
identity does not (83)
call identity in use (84)
no call suspended (85)
call having the requested call identity has
been cleared (86)
incompatible destination (88)
invalid transit network selection (91)
invalid message, unspecified (95)
mandatory information element is missing
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message type non-existent or not
implemented (97)
message not compatible with call state or
message type non-existent or not
implemented (98)
information element non-existent or not
implemented (99)
invalid information element contents (100)
message not compatible with call state
(101)
recovery on timer expiry (102)
protocol error, unspecified (111)
internetworking, unspecified (127)
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no cause (0)
no route (3)
channel unacceptable (6)
normal call clearing (16)
user busy (17)
no user responding (18)
no answer (19)
call rejected (21)
number changed (22)
out of order (27)
T302 timer expiration or invalid number
format (28)
status response (30)
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normal unspecified (31)
no free channel or channel unavailable
from NCP (34)
link reset or temporary failure (41)
requested channel unavailable(44)
bearer not authorized (57)
bearer not available (58)
service not available (63)
bearer not implemented (65)
invalid call reference (81)
incompatible destination (88)
no bearer capability or no address or
mandatory element missing (96)
message type not implemented (97)
message type incompatible (98)
information type not implemented (99)
invalid information element contents (100)
unbinding (101)
recovery on timer expiry (102)
version invalid (103)
protocol error (111)
B-channel failure cause (112)
D-channel failure cause (113)
socket failure cause (114)
normal call clearing (128)
response to RELEASE (129)
no local bandwidth (130)
no remote bandwidth (131)
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local channel busy (132)
circuit inactive (133)
compatibility mismatch (134)
inbound translation failed (135)
outbound translation failed (136)
remote channel busy (137)
remote channel not responding (138)
outbound time-out (139)
inbound time-out (140)
idle (141)
pass-through failed (142)
maximum number of hops exceeded (143)
Level 2 CDRs (Data Link Layer)
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13-16: Connect Request Time
17-20: Connect Response Time
21-22: Source Node ID
23: Source Nest ID
24: Source Slot ID
25-26: Destination Node ID
27: Destination Nest ID
28: Destination Slot ID
29: Calling Number Size (number of bytes, not
string length). This number is referred to
below as x.
30 (29+x): Calling Number
(30+x): Called Number Size (number of bytes,
not string length). This number is referred to
below as y.
(31+x)-(30+x+y): Called Number
(31+x+y): Routing Digits
(32+x+y): Unused
(33+x+y): Source TEI
(34+x+y): Destination TEI
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• 44: Number of Call Attempts Between DSMs
• 45-48: Transmission Rate if the channel type
is TDM or CIR if the channel type is packet
• 49-52: Source Time
• 53-54: Source Call Identifier
• 55: Billing Stream Identifier
• 56: Channel Type (with values of TDM or
packet)
• 57-58: Customer Identifier
• 59: Compression Type with values that are
the same as the scVoicePrfNetCompressMode
attribute
• 60: Route Quality Indicator with values as
specified and overridden
• 61-64: Compression Rate
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• 65-68: EIR if the channel type is packet or
Unused (zero) if the channel type is TDM
• 69-72: Bc if the channel type is packet or
Unused (zero) if channel type is TDM
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LocRteEntries
The total number of entries allowed in the local
routing table.
• (35+x+y): Unused
• (36+x+y): Unused.
LocRteAvail
The number of entries in the local routing table
that are available. The number of occupied
entries can be determined by subtracting this
value from the value of the DSM Module
NumLocRteEntries field.
Module Specific Status
This button on the DSM Module Status
Administration view provides access to the
following fields.
Addr
The address of this DSM module.
BypassPPSTotal
The total bypass throughput allowed on this DSM
module, in units of packets per second.
NumDsmComms
The number of DSMs that this DSM is able to
communicate with.
BypassPPSAvail
The available bypass capability, in units of
packets per second. The current bypass
throughput being used on the module can be
determined by subtracting this value from the
value of the DSM Module BypassPPSTotal field.
CallsProc
The number of calls in the non-idle state (in the
process of connection, connected, or in the
process of disconnection).
RmtRteEntries
The total number of entries allowed in the remote
routing table.
RmtRteAvail
The number of entries in the remote routing table
that are available. The number of occupied
entries can be determined by subtracting this
value from the value of the DSM Module
NumRmtRteEntries field.
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BypChanTotal
The total number of bypass channels permitted
on this DSM module.
BypChanAvail
The number of bypass channels that can still be
connected on this DSM module. The number of
bypass channels that are connected on the
module can be determined by subtracting this
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value from the value of the DSM Module
BypChanTotal field.
CirTotal
The total CIR on this DSM module.
CirAvail
The available (unused) CIR on this DSM module.
The current CIR being used can be determined by
subtracting this value from the value of the DSM
Module BypChanTotal field.
VciCtrlBlkTotal
The total number of Vci Control Blocks allowed on
this DSM module. Each DLCI terminated on the
module requires one Vci Control Block. Each
bypass channel on the module requires two Vci
Control Blocks.
VciCtrlBlkAvail
The number of available (unused) PVCs on this
DSM module. Each DLCI terminated on the
module requires one Vci Control Block. Each
bypass channel on the module requires two Vci
Control Blocks.
TotalBuffers
The total number of channel buffers allowed on
this DSM module.
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BuffersAvail
The number of available (unused) channel buffers
on the DSM module. The number of channel
buffers that are currently being used on the
module can be determined by subtracting this
value from the value of the DSM Module
TotalBuffers field.
TotalRecCDRs
The total number of recorded CDRs allowed on
this DSM module. This value is counted across all
CDR logs.
RecCDRsAvail
The number of available (unused) CDRs on this
DSM module. These CDRs may be assigned to
any of the CDR logs defined on this DSM module.
TotalCallsPerSec
The total amount of calls per second (in units of
0.01 calls per second) that can be handled by this
DSM.
CallsPerSecAvail
The amount of calls per second (in units of 0.01
calls per second) that can be allocated on this
DSM. The number of calls per second currently
allocated to the module can be determined by
subtracting this number from the value of the
DSM Module TotalCallsPerSec field.
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CallsPerSecFactor
The conversion factor between calls per second (in
units of 0.01 calls per second) and processing
units. The equation is: processing units = this
value X calls per second.
BypassFactor
The conversion factor between bypass bandwidth
(in PPS) and processing units. The equation is:
processing units = this value X bypass
bandwidth.
TotalProcessUnits
A rating for the total number of D-channel calls
per second and bypass bandwidth allowed on this
DSM. The two quantities are converted to the
same units using the values of the DSM Module
CallsPerSecFactor and BypassFactor fields.
ProcessUnitsAvail
A rating of the number of D-channel calls per
second and bypass bandwidth that is unused on
this DSM. To determine the amount that is
currently allocated, subtract this value from the
value of the DSM Module TotalProcessUnits
field.
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Module Routing Table Status
This button on the DSM Module Status
Administration view provides access to the
following fields.
Addr
The address of DSM module.
ExchCodeLen
The length of the ExchCode attribute.
ExchCode
The exchange code.
Partition
The route partition ID.
RemoteNode
The node containing the DSM to which this
routing entry refers. For the local routing table
entries, this field has a value of 0.
RemoteSlot
The module address in the node defined in
RemoteNode that contains the DSM to which
this routing entry refers. For the local routing
table entries, this field has value of 0.0.
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LocalPortNumber
The physical D-channel port on the DSM to which
this routing entry refers. For the remote routing
table entries, this field has value of 0.
PortAddress
The virtual port address of the D-channel port to
which this routing entry refers if the route is a
local one. For remote routing table entries, this
field has a value of 0.0.0.
DSM Module Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of a DSM module, in the format
nest.slot.
RejectOrigCalls
The number of calls initiated by a local ISPBX
that were rejected for any reason.
RejectTermCalls
The number of calls initiated by a DSM that
would be terminated on this DSM and that were
rejected for any reason.
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ST1kDsmPortApp
This application provides DSM port configuration, status, and statistics information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the device specific views listed
below.
• DSM Port Configuration on Page 168
• DSM Port Specific Administration on
Page 176
• DSM D-Channel Port Statistics on Page 184
Inter DSM Communication
This area of the DSM Port Configuration view lets
you find a DSM port by searching through a list of
port addresses.
B-Channel on D-Channel Port
Administration
DSM Port Configuration
This area of the DSM Port Configuration view
provides the following fields.
This view contains three areas and three buttons,
which are described below. The areas include
Inter DSM Communication, B-Channel on DChannel Port Administration, and D-Channel Port
Administration. The three buttons are D-Channel
Exchange Code Admin, D-Channel Q-Sig Protocol
Admin, and Quality of Service Administration.
Addr
The port address of the associated D-channel
port, in the format type.group.port. The server
type is 131.
Bundle
The particular B-channel on the D-channel port.
Direction
A read-write field used to specify the direction of
the calls on this B-channel. The possible values
are outgoing, incoming, bidirectional, or
none. outgoing allows calls originating on PBX
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and sent to the ST. incoming allows calls
originating on the ST-1000 and sent to the PBX.
bidirectional allows calls in either direction
and is the default value for associated Dchannels. none means this B-channel is not
allowed for use and is the default value for
disassociated D-channels. The value of this field
will be changed to the appropriate default when
the D-channel mode is changed between
associated and disassociated. Changes to this
field will be reflected in the DSM D-channel port
Update field. A port update is required for the
change to take effect. It will not disrupt any
channel connections associated with this Dchannel port.
PartitionID
A read-write field used for security on shared
nodes. The default value is the partition ID of the
node.
Protocol
A read-write field displaying the protocol used by
the device using this D-channel. This protocol
must match the equipment's protocol for the port
to come up. The possible values are dpnss (the
default value), qsig, isdn-q931, and cas.
D-Channel Port Administration
This area of the DSM Port Configuration view
provides the following fields.
Addr
The port address, in the format
type.group.port. The server type is 131.
StartMode
A read-write field having a value of automatic,
off (the default value), or erase. off means the
D-channel cannot be connected. In order to set it
to erase, the D-channel must be disconnected.
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Update
A read-only field having a value of loaded,
updateReq, or resetReq (the default value). When
it is set to resetReq, you must reset the port
(which involves disconnecting and reconnecting
the D-channel) in order for the parameter
changes to take effect. When it is set to
updateReq, you can update the port without
affecting the D-channel connection in order for
the parameter changes to take effect.
PbxLayer3Type
A read-write field that indicates whether the PBX
or DSM will be responsible for serving B-channels
requests (layer 3 master or slave mode). The
possible values are slave and master (the default
value). master means the DSM controls the
assignment of B-channels. The DSM will search
the B-channels starting from the low number
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(bundle #1 for associated D-channels, B-channel
entry #1 for disassociated) to find an available
channel. The PBX should search starting from the
high number in this case. slave means the PBX
controls the assignment of B-channels. When
making an initial recommendation, the DSM will
search the B-channels starting from the high
number to find an available channel. The PBX
should search starting from the low number in
this case. To function properly, the DSM and PBX
should be configured as different types.
PbxLayer2Type
A read-write field having a value of master (the
default value), slave, or q931-always-up. This
parameter is independent of the layer 3 master or
slave mode. To function properly, the DSM and
PBX should be configured as different types.
SharedZeroFlag
A read-write field having a value of no or yes (the
default value). This field indicates whether the
zero bit of a frame's end flag can be combined
with the zero bit of the next frame's start flag.
EncodingType
A read-write field having a value of nrz (the
default value), nrzb, nrzi-space, or nrzi-mark.
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ActiveLev1CDRMode
A read-write field having a value of disable or
enable (the default value). The field specifies
whether level 1 Call Detail Records for the calls in
progress are to be collected for this D-channel.
Changing this parameter does not disrupt port
operations.
RecordLev1CDRMode
A read-write field having a value of disable or
enable (the default value). The field specifies
whether level 1 Call Detail Records for the
completed calls are to be collected for this Dchannel. Changing this parameter does not
disrupt port operations.
ActiveLev2CDRMode
A read-write field having a value of disable or
enable (the default value). The field specifies
whether level 2 Call Detail Records for the calls
in progress are to be collected for this D-channel.
Changing this parameter does not disrupt port
operations.
RecordLev2CDRMode
A read-write field having a value of disable or
enable (the default value). The field specifies
whether level 2 Call Detail Records for the
completed calls are to be collected for this Dchannel. Changing this parameter does not
disrupt port operations.
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CallsPerSecond
An estimate of the number of calls per second (in
units of 0.01 calls per second) on this D-channel
port. The default value is 1.
BillRecordMode
A read-write field having a value of originatoronly, terminator-only, originator-andterminator, or offline (the default value). This
field controls the condition under which channel
endpoints using this D-channel will generate
billing records.
BillInfoStream
The billing information stream (if any) to be used
for B-channels that are managed by this Dchannel if the billing record collect mode attribute
is not set to offline.
CustomerId
The customer that uses this channel.
BChannelMode
A read-write field having a value of associated
(the default value) or disassociated. This field
indicates whether the B-channels that are
serviced by this D-channel are associated or
disassociated. An associated D-channel means
that the B-channels meet the following criteria:
the B-channels and D-channel are on the same
T1, E1, or BRM port; or the D-channel is
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identified using the standard bundle number for
the interface type (24 for T1, 16 for E1, and 3 for
BRM). If either or both of the criteria are not met,
the D-channel must be defined as disassociated.
This means that you must define the resource
addresses of every B-channel in the DSM DChannel B-Channel Table.
DChPortChannelType
A read-write field having a value of tdm (the
default value) or packet. This field indicates
whether the D-channel is carried through the
TDM or the packet band of the ST-1000 network.
DChPortInterfaceType
A read-write field having a value of t1, e1 (the
default value), or basic-rate. For disassociated
D-channels, this indicates the type of interface to
use when configuring the B-channel usage. For a
T1 interface, B-channels 24 through 31 cannot be
used. For an E1 interface, B-channel 16 cannot
be used. For a basic rate interface, B-channels 3
through 31 cannot be used. The value of this field
is ignored for associated D-channels.
DChPortBChSearchMode
A read-write field having a value of lowToHigh
(the default value) or highToLow. This field
indicates whether the DSM searches for an
available B-channel in low-to-high or high-to-low
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order. This should be configured as the opposite
of the attached PBX.
take effect. It will not disrupt channel connections
associated with this D-channel port.
D-Channel Exchange Code Admin
D-Channel Q-Sig Protocol Admin
This button in the DSM Port Configuration view
provides the following fields.
This button in the DSM Port Configuration view
provides the following fields.
Addr
The D-channel port address in the format
type.group.port. The server type is 131.
Addr
The D-channel port address in the format
type.group.port. The server type is 131.
Index
The indexing exchange code within this channel.
K
A read-write field displaying the maximum
number of outstanding (unacknowledged) Iframes and having a value ranging from 1
through 127, with a default of 7. Changes to this
field are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port
Update field. A port reset is required for the
change to take effect.
ControlMode
Indicates whether this exchange code may be
used to make a call. The possible values are
erase, enable, and disable (the default value.
erase wipes out the existing exchange code.
Changes to this field will be reflected in the DSM
D-Channel Port Update field. A port update is
required for the change to take effect. It will not
disrupt channel connections associated with this
D-channel port.
Code
A read-write field having valid characters ranging
from 0 through 9. Changes to this field are
reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port Update
field. A port update is required for the change to
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N200
A read-write field giving the maximum number of
frame retransmissions and having a value
ranging from 1 through 255, with a default of 3.
Changes to this field are reflected in the DSM DChannel Port Update field. A port reset is
required for the change to take effect.
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T200
A read-write field giving the maximum time (in
units of 1 second) before frame retransmission is
initiated. The possible value ranges from 1
through 255, with a default of 1. Changes to this
field will be reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port
Update field. A port reset is required for the
change to take effect.
T203
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 10. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) allowed
on layer 2 without frame exchange. If no change
is sent during this time, layer 2 monitoring frame
is sent. Changes to this field are reflected in the
DSM D-Channel Port Update field. A port reset is
required for the change to take effect.
T302
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 6. This field gives
the maximum time between PBX service request
messages used to set up a call (in units of 1
second). If this time is exceeded, the call is
cleared. Changes to this field are reflected in the
DSM D-Channel Port Update field. A port reset is
required for the change to take effect.
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T304
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 30. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) after
receipt of SETUP ACK before one of the following
messages is received: CALL PROCEEDING,
ALERTING, CONNECT, or DISCONNECT. If while
waiting the DSM sends any message to the PBX,
the timer should be restarted. Changes to this
field are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port
Update field. A port reset is required for the
change to take effect.
T305
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 30. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) for
DISCONNECT message response. Changes to this
field are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port
Update field. A port reset is required for the
change to take effect.
T308
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 6. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) for a
RELEASE message response. Changes to this field
are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port Update
field. A port reset is required for the change to
take effect.
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T309
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 90. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) allowed
to restore a connection upon detection of a
failure. If expired, both the connection and call
are cleared. Changes to this field are reflected in
the DSM D-Channel Port Update field. A port
reset is required for the change to take effect.
T322
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 6. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) for a
STATUS INQUIRY message. Changes to this field
are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port Update
field. A port reset is required for the change to
take effect.
T314
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 6. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) allowed
to receive all of the segments of a message. This
parameter applies only to segmented messages.
Changes to this field are reflected in the DSM DChannel Port Update field. A port reset is
required for the change to take effect.
Quality of Service Administration
T316
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 255, with a default of 20. This field gives
the maximum time (in units of 1 second) for a
RESTART message response. Changes to this field
are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port Update
field. A port reset is required for the change to
take effect.
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This button in the DSM Port Configuration view
provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of the D-channel for which this entry
is being used.
Index
The index of the quality of service entry.
ControlMode
A read-write field having a value of enable,
disable (the default value), or erase. Changes do
not affect channels that are already connected.
Disable prevents this quality of service entry
from being applied to the new voice connections.
Erase removes this quality of service entry from
the table. Changes to this field are reflected in the
DSM D-Channel Port Update field. A port update
is required for the change to take effect. It will not
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disrupt channel connections associated with this
D-channel port.
LowBChan
A read-write field having a value ranging from 0
(the default value) through 31. This field
represents the low end of the source bundle range
available for use by this D-channel. If this field is
set to 0, the used value is set to the lowest valid
number. The range is invalid if this field is set to a
value greater than HighBChan. Changes to this
field are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port
Update field. A port update is required for the
change to take effect. It will not disrupt channel
connections associated with this D-channel port.
HighBChan
A read-write field having a value ranging from 0
(the default value) through 31. This field
represents the high end of the source bundle
range available for use by this D-channel. If this
field is set to 0, the used value is set to the
highest valid number. The range is invalid if this
field is not 0 and is set to a value less than
LowBChan. Changes to this field are reflected in
the DSM D-Channel Port Update field. A port
update is required for the change to take effect. It
will not disrupt channel connections associated
with this D-channel port.
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LowExchCode
The low end of the destination exchange codes
range. The possible values are 0 through 9. The
comparison type used is based upon the ASCII
codes for the character string. Thus, for example,
5545 is less than 555. If this field is set to an
empty string, the lowest valid value is used. The
range is invalid if the value of this field is greater
than HighExchCode. Changes to this field are
reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port Update
field. A port update is required for the change to
take effect. It will not disrupt channel connections
associated with this D-channel port.
HighExchCode
The high end of the destination exchange codes
range. The possible values are 0 through 9. The
comparison type used is based upon the ASCII
codes for the character string. Thus, for example,
5545 is less than 555. If this attribute is set to an
empty string, the highest valid value is used. The
range is invalid if the value of this attribute is not
an empty string and less than LowExchCode.
Changes to this field are reflected in the DSM DChannel Port Update field. A port update is
required for the change to take effect. It will not
disrupt channel connections associated with this
D-channel port.
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CallType
A read-write field giving the call type and having a
value of voice (the default value) or data.
Changes to this field are reflected in the DSM DChannel Port Update field. A port update is
required for the change to take effect. It will not
disrupt channel connections associated with this
D-channel port.
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ChPrfIndex
The channel profile table index that is defined in
the channel profile MIB section on the source
node. The default value is 1. Changes to this field
are reflected in the DSM D-Channel Port Update
field. A port update is required for the change to
take effect. It will not disrupt channel connections
associated with this D-channel port.
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SpecialPrfIndex
The special profile table index that is defined in
the applicable profile MIB section on the source
node. (For example, if CallType is set to voice,
the special profile table will be the voice
preference table). The default value is 1. Changes
to this field are reflected in the DSM D-Channel
Port Update field. A port update is required for
the change to take effect. It will not disrupt
channel connections associated with this Dchannel port.
CallsInProc
The current number of calls in the process of
being completed (until the CONNECT messages
exchange took place).
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This view provides three areas, described below:
D-Channel Port Administration, D-Channel Port
Virtual Status Administration, and D-Channel
Port Real Call Status Administration.
This area of the DSM Port Specific Administration
view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of the D-channel port, in the format
type.group.port. The server type is 131.
NumCallsConn
The current number of calls connected via this Dchannel.
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D-Channel Port Virtual Status
Administration
This area of the DSM Port Specific Administration
view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of the D-channel port associated
with this virtual call, in the format
type(131).group.port.
Bundle
A read-only field that identifies the virtual call to
be accessed. For the DPNSS protocol, this index is
a bundle number in the range of 1 to 31. For the
Q.Sig protocol, this index is an artificial entity
and does not reflect any information about the
call origination time.
CDRContents
The Call Detail Record for a virtual call in
progress on a D-channel. Virtual calls are those
that do not involve B-channels. The bytes in a
CDR for a call in progress are interpreted as listed
below. (Note that this is the same as the
interpretation for CDRs associated with active
real calls on a B-channel.)
Part 1 Generic Information
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• 1: CDR Type (with values of level 1, level 2,
active (also for Part 2 and 3), and not
applicable)
• 2: Version Number (1 for Release 3.1.0 and
higher nodes)
• 3-4: Partition ID
• 5-6: Call ID
• 7: Protocol (with values of DPNSS, Q.Sig,
ISDN-Q.931, or CAS)
• 8: Unused if the protocol is DPNSS or Q.Sig;
Variant Type (with values of ETSI primary rate
network, ETSI basic rate network, National-2
primary rate network, or National-2 basic rate
network) if the protocol is ISDN-Q.931; or
Variant Type (with values of DTMF VFM or
DTMF AD-10/FR2) if the protocol is CAS.
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9-12: Originating Time
13-16: Answer Time
17-20: Disconnect Time
21-22: B-Channel Source Node ID
23: B-Channel Source Nest ID
24: B-Channel Source Slot ID
25-26: B-Channel Source Port ID
27-28: B-Channel Source Channel ID
29-30: B-Channel Destination Node ID
31: B-Channel Destination Nest ID
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32: B-Channel Destination Slot ID
33-34: B-Channel Destination Port ID
35-36: B-Channel Destination Channel ID
37: Unused if the protocol is Q.Sig or CAS;
Call Type (with values of real or virtual) if the
protocol is DPNSS; or Current Call State (with
values dependent upon the variant) if the
protocol is ISDN-Q.931.
The following applies for the values ETSI Primary
Rate Network and National-2 Primary Rate
Network:
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null state - no call exists.
call initiated - for an outgoing call, the
network has received a call establishment
request but has not yet responded.
overlap sending - for an outgoing call, the
network has acknowledged the call
establishment request and is prepared to
receive additional call information (if any)
in overlap mode.
outgoing call proceeding - for an outgoing
call, the network has sent an
acknowledgement that the network has
received all call information necessary to
effect call establishment.
call delivered - for an outgoing call, the
network has indicated that the remote
user alerting has been initiated.
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call present - for an incoming call, the
network has sent a call establishment
request, but has not yet received a
satisfactory response.
call received - for an incoming call, the
network has received an indication that
the user device is alerting but has not yet
received an answer.
connect request - for an incoming call, the
network has received an answer but the
network has not yet awarded the call.
incoming call proceeding - for an incoming
call, the network has received an
acknowledgement that the user device has
received all call information necessary to
effect call establishment.
active - for an incoming call, the network
has awarded the call to the called user. For
an outgoing call, the network has indicated
that the remote user has answered the
call.
disconnect request - the network has
received a request from the user device to
clear the end-to-end connection (if any).
disconnect indication - the network has
disconnected the end-to-end connection (if
any), and has sent an invitation to
disconnect the user device-network
connection.
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suspend request - the network has
received a request to suspend the call, but
has not yet responded.
resume request - the network has received
a request to resume a previously
suspended call, but has not yet responded.
release request - the network has
requested the user device to release and is
waiting for a response.
call abort - for an incoming call in point-tomultipoint configuration, the call is being
cleared before any user has been awarded
the call.
overlap receiving - for an incoming call, the
network has received an acknowledgement
of the call establishment request, which
permits the network to send additional call
information (if any) in the overlap mode.
• 38: Special Profile Type (with values defined in
the DSM D-channel QoS CallType field)
• 39: Info Type (with values of Q.Sig speech,
DPNSS A-law, DPNSS ADPCM, DPNSS Mulaw, Unrestricted data, Restricted data, 3.1
KHz audio, 7 KHz audio, and video)
• 40: Special Profile Index
• 41: Channel Profile Index
• 42: Unused (needed for NCP Clear Cause,
which is never valid for calls in progress)
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• 43: Unused (needed for Clear Cause, which is
never valid for calls in progress)
• 44: Number of Call Attempts Between DSMs
• 45-48: Transmission Rate if the channel type
is TDM or CIR if the channel type is packet
• 49-52: Source Time
• 53-54: Source Call Identifier
• 55: Billing Stream Identifier
• 56: Channel Type (with values of TDM or
packet)
• 57-58: Customer Identifier
• 59: Compression Type (with values that are
the same as the scVoicePrfNetCompressMode
attribute
• 60: Route Quality Indicator (with values as
specified and overridden)
• 61-64: Compression Rate
• 65-68: EIR if the channel type is packet or
Unused (zero) if the channel type is TDM
• 69-72: Bc if the channel type is packet or
Unused (zero) if channel type is TDM
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85-86:
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Connect Request Time
Connect Response Time
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87: Source Nest ID
88: Source Slot ID
89-90: Destination Node ID
91: Destination Nest ID
91: Destination Slot ID
93: Calling Number Size (number of bytes, not
string length). This number is referred to
below as x.
94 (93+x): Calling Number
(94+x): Called Number Size (number of bytes,
not string length). This number is referred to
below as y.
(95+x)-(94+x+y): Called Number
(95+x+y): Routing Digits
(96+x+y): Unused
(97+x+y): Source TEI
(98+x+y): Destination TEI
(99+x+y): Unused
(100+x+y): Unused.
Layer2Status
A read-only field that indicates the Layer 2 status
of a virtual call from the point of view of the DSM.
The possible values are pending, in-service,
layer2Timeout, layer2Mismatch, and
notApplicable. notApplicable is displayed for
the D-channel bundle if the DPNSS protocol is
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used and for all virtual calls if the Q.Sig protocol
is used.
Layer2State
A read-only field that indicates the Layer 2
protocol state of a virtual call from the point of
view of the DSM. The possible values for the
DPNSS states are idle, ready,
waitingForResponse,
waitingForEstablishment, and outOfService.
The possible values for the Q.Sig states are
unassignedTEI, assignAwaitingTEI,
establishAwaitingTEI, assignedTEI,
awaitingEstablishment, awaitingRelease,
multipleFrameEstablished, and timeRecovery.
notApplicable is displayed for the D-channel
bundle if the DPNSS protocol is used and for all
virtual calls if the Q.Sig protocol is used.
Layer3State
A read-only field that indicates the Layer 3
protocol state of a virtual call from the point of
view of the DSM. The possible values are listed
below.
inactive (1)
idle (2)
outgoingService (3)
incomingService (4)
awaitNAMOut (5)
awaitNAMIn (6)
awaitCCMOut (7)
awaitCCMIn (8)
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setupComplete (9)
callRejecting (10)
nilHoldReqU4 (172)
nilHoldReqU10 (173)
callClearing (11)
callBarred (12)
nilRetrieveU3 (174)
nilRetrieveU4 (175)
preIdle (13)
awaitRelease (14)
nilRetrieveU10 (176)
nilHoldActiveU3 (177)
nullState (129)
callInit (130)
nilHoldActiveU4 (178)
nilHoldActiveU10 (179)
overlapSending (131)
outgoingCallProceeding (132)
broadcastState (180)
notApplicable (255)
callDelivered (133)
callPresent (135)
callReceived (136)
connectRequest (137)
incomingCallProceeding
(138)
callActive (139)
disconnectRequest (140)
disconnectIndication (141)
suspendRequest (144)
resumeRequest (146)
releaseRequest (148)
callIndependentService (153)
overlapReceive (154)
idleState (155)
establishWait (156)
passiveAwaiting Conf(157)
callPassive (158)
registerRequest (159)
]cancelRequest (160)
asaiTr1State (161)
u10HoldRequest (162)
u10TransferRequest (163)
inactive
idle
u10ConferenceRequest
(164)
u10ReconnectRequest (165)
awaitDigits
awaitAdditionalDigits
overlap
incomingCallProceeding
u10AwaitingDisc (166)
u10CallOnHold (167)
transitCallProceeding
callAlerting
deactivated (168)
reactivateRequested (169)
active
awaitIncomingRelease
deactivateRequested (170)
nilHoldReqU3 (171)
awaitOutgoingRelease
awaitTwoWayRelease
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The values between 1 and 127 are used for
DPNSS states. The values between 128 and 254
are used for Q.Sig states. notApplicable is
displayed for the D-channel bundle if the DPNSS
protocol is used.
TransitState
A read-only field that indicates the transit call
control state of a virtual call from the point of
view of the DSM. The possible values are listed
below. notApplicable is displayed for the Dchannel bundle if the DPNSS protocol is used.
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awaitCallVirtChannelResponse awaitNcpReleaseResponse
awaitNcpReleaseNoResponse
awaitNcpRelease
awaitNcpDisconnect
awaitNcp
notApplicable
D-Channel Port Real Call Status
Administration
This area of the DSM Port Specific Administration
view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of the D-channel port associated
with this real call, in the format
type.group.port.
Bundle
The B-channel used for this real call.
Contents
The Call Detail Record for a real call in progress
on a D-channel. Real calls are those that involve
B-channels. The bytes in a CDR for a call in
progress are interpreted the same as the
interpretation for CDRs associated with active
virtual calls. See CDRContents on Page 177.
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Layer2Status
A read-only field that indicates the Layer 2 status
of a real call from the point of view of the DSM.
The possible values are pending, in-service,
layer2Timeout, layer2Mismatch, and
notApplicable. notApplicable is displayed for
the D-channel bundle if the DPNSS protocol is
used and for the bundles not used for the Dchannel if the Q.Sig and ISDN-Q.931 protocol is
used.
Layer2State
A read-only field that indicates the Layer 2
protocol state of a real call from the point of view
of the DSM. The possible values are listed below.
The values between 1 and 127 are used for
DPNSS states. The values between 128 and 254
are used for Q.Sig and ISDN-Q.931 states.
notApplicable is displayed for the D-channel
bundle if the DPNSS protocol is used and for the
bundles not used for the D-channel if the Q.Sig
and ISDN-Q.931 protocol is used.
1 idle
2 ready
3 waitingForResponse
4 waitingForEstablishment
5 outOfService
129 unassignedTEI
130 assignAwaitingTEI
131 establishAwaitingTEI
132 assignedTEI
133 awaitingEstablishment
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134awaitingRelease
135 multipleFrameEstablished
callReceived (136)
connectRequest (137)
136 timeRecovery
255 notApplicable
incomingCallProceeding
(138)
callActive (139)
disconnectRequest (140)
disconnectIndication (141)
suspendRequest (144)
resumeRequest (146)
releaseRequest (148)
callAbort (151)
Layer3State
A read-only field that indicates the Layer 3
protocol state on a real call from the point of view
of the DSM. The possible values are listed below.
The values between 1 and 127 are used for
DPNSS states. The values between 128 and 254
are used for Q.Sig and ISDN-Q.931 states.
notApplicable is displayed for the D-channel
bundle.
callIndependentService (153) overlapReceive (154)
idleState (155)
establishWait (156)
passiveAwaitingConf (157)
callPassive (158)
registerRequest (159)
cancelRequest (160)
asaiTr1State (161)
u10HoldRequest (162)
u10TransferRequest (163)
u10ConferenceRequest
(164)
u10ReconnectRequest (165)
u10AwaitingDisc (166)
u10CallOnHold (167)
deactivated (168)
reactivateRequested (169)
deactivateRequested (170)
nilHoldReqU3 (171)
nilHoldReqU4 (172)
nilHoldReqU10 (173)
nilRetrieveU3 (174)
nilRetrieveU4 (175)
nilRetrieveU10 (176)
inactive (1)
idle (2)
outgoingService (3)
incomingService (4)
awaitNAMOut (5)
awaitNAMIn (6)
awaitCCMOut (7)
awaitCCMIn (8)
setupComplete (9)
callRejecting (10)
callClearing (11)
callBarred (12)
preIdle (13)
awaitRelease (14)
nullState (129)
callInit (130)
nilHoldActiveU3 (177)
nilHoldActiveU4 (178)
overlapSending (131)
outgoingCallProceeding
(132)
nilHoldActiveU10 (179)
broadcastState (180)
callDelivered (133)
callPresent (135)
notApplicable (255)
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RealTransitState
A read-only field that indicates the transit call
control state of a real call from the point of view of
the DSM. The possible values are listed below.
notApplicable is displayed for the D-channel
bundle.
inactive
idle
awaitDigits
awaitAdditionalDigits
overlap
incomingCallProceeding
transitCallProceeding
callAlerting
active
awaitIncomingRelease
awaitOutgoingRelease
awaitTwoWayRelease
awaitCallRealChannelRespo
nse
awaitNcpReleaseResponse
awaitNcp
awaitNcpNet
notApplicable
PbxLayer2Err
The number of layer 2 errors detected by the DSM
on this D-channel.
PbxLayer3Errs
The number of layer 3 errors detected by the DSM
on this D-channel.
DSM D-Channel Port Statistics
This view provides the following fields.
Addr
The address of the D-channel, in the format
type.group.port. The server type is 131.
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OrigAttempts
The number of calls attempted by the ISPBX over
this D-channel. This includes both successful
and failed calls.
TermAttempts
The number of calls attempted by the ST-1000
network to the ISPBX connected to this Dchannel. This includes both successful and failed
calls.
awaitNcpReleaseNoResponse awaitNcpRelease
awaitNcpDisconnect
ControlMode
Setting this field to clearStats will reset all of
the counters in this application to zero.
PbxLinkResets
The number of layer 2 reset commands received
from the ISPBX on this D-channel.
PbxDisconns
The number of calls disconnected on this Dchannel due to a request from the local ISPBX.
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PbxUnkExchs
The number of call attempts originating from the
local ISPBX that failed because the called number
did not fall into any exchange codes to which the
DSM has a route.
PbxNoBws
The number of call attempts originating from the
local ISPBX that failed because no route could be
found between the source and destination nodes
with enough bandwidth for the channel
connection.
NetDisconns
The number of calls disconnected on this Dchannel due to a request from the ST-1000
network.
NetOtherFail
The number of calls attempting to terminate on
the local ISPBX that failed for any reason not
covered by the other statistics in this MIB section.
PbxNoCmprs
The number of call attempts originating from the
local ISPBX that failed because a compression
resource was not available in either the source or
destination node of the channel connection.
PbxNoBchs
The number of call attempts originating from the
local ISPBX that failed because there were no
available B-channels that could handle an
outgoing call.
PbxOtherFails
The number of call attempts originating from the
local ISPBX that failed for any reason not covered
by the other statistics in this MIB section.
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ST1kAlarmApp
Alarm Partition Header/System Profile
ST1kAlarmApp
This application provides alarm administration information.
The Icon Subviews menu for this application
provides access to the Alarm Administration view.
This view contains two areas and two buttons.
The areas are the Alarm Partition Header/System
Profile Administration area and Alarm Log Table
area. The buttons include the Alarm Partition
Header Administration button and Alarm Log
Record Administration button.
SysLogSize
Assigns the size to each of the 32 alarm logs,
specified in kilobytes. The total size cannot exceed
128 kilobytes.
Alarm Partition Header/System
Profile
Alarm Log Table
This area of the Alarm Administration view
provides the following fields.
Index
A read-only field having a value ranging from 1
through 32.
PartitionCRCCheck
A read-only field having a value of succeed or
fail.
PartitionFlushMode
A read-write field having a value of enable or
disable.
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SysLogSizeAvailable
The amount of remaining alarm log space, in
kilobytes.
This area of the Alarm Administration view
provides the following fields.
State
A read-only field having a value of
notificationOn, notificationOff,
notificationOnWoverflow,
notificationOffWoverflow, or
loggingDisabled.
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PartitionCRCCheck
A read-only field having a value of succeed or
fail.
TotalEntries
A read-only field giving the total number of
outstanding alarms contained within this alarm
log.
Avail.Entries
A read-only field giving the total number of
available entries in the alarm log. This is based on
the size of the alarm log.
NotificationList
A read-write field that specifies root nodes that
should receive alarm notifications for alarms in
this log. These root nodes will send traps to SNMS
stations based upon their own trap access tables.
Up to 16 root node addresses can be specified.
LogPartitionID
A read-write field having a value ranging from 1
through 1023.
Alarm Partition Header Administration
This button in the Alarm Administration view
provides the following fields.
Partition Control
A write-only field having a value of validateCRC
or invalidateCRC.
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PartitionFlushMode
A read-write field having a value of enable or
disable.
Alarm Log Record Administration
This button in the Alarm Administration view
provides an alarm log record having the following
fields.
Rec.Index
An alarm record index number, having the format
<log number>.<record number>.
Rec.Contents
The contents of an alarm record. The bytes within
this record are interpreted as follows:
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1-4 threshold value
5-8 event number
9-12 event time
13-14 source class
15-16 problem code
17-18 correlation
19-20 partition identifier
21-28 source instance identifier
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29-36 backup instance identifier
37-60 qualifier
61 equipment type
62 severity
63 backup status
64 threshold type
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Device Configuration View
Alarm Log Table
Device Configuration View
This section covers the view that displays MIB information for the device.
The Configuration view lets you do the following:
• Reconfigure device redundancy
The Device Configuration view provides the
following fields.
Index
The port number on the device.
• Reconfigure the device model
• Discover LANs
Description
A textual description of the interface, which may
include the manufacturer’s name, product name,
and version number of the hardware interface.
• View address translation information
• View configuration information about the
device.
Type
The type of interface for the port (e.g., Ethernet).
Router Redundancy
This button accesses the Redundancy and Model
Reconfiguration Options view. In this view, select
Button Explanations and follow the instructions
given to reconfigure redundancy and the device
model and discover LANs.
Bandwidth
The estimated bandwidth of the interface, in bits
per second. For interfaces that do not vary in
bandwidth or for which no accurate estimate can
be made, a nominal bandwidth is provided.
Physical Address
The Ethernet (MAC) address of the port.
IF Address Translation
Lets you access the Interface Address Translation
Table (page 15).
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Operation Status
The current operational state of the port (ON,
OFF, or Test).
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Admin Status
The desired operational state of the port (ON,
OFF, or Test).
Last Change
The system time since the port entered its current
operational state (in the format: D + HH:MM:SS,
where “D” is the number of days in the active
state).
Queue Length
The length of the outbound queue of packets.
Packet Size
The largest Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU)
that can be transmitted or received by the port, in
octets.
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Model Information Views
Alarm Log Table
Model Information Views
This section introduces the Model Information views available for the devices.
These views may vary depending on the models
they define. A sample view is shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7:
Model Information views are available for the
Device icon, the Interface icons, and the icons
representing the applications supported by the
device.
Sample Model Information View
ascom of type Asnd_MAX of Landscape Node: Primary
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Model Information View
The Model Information view is common in its
purpose and use for all devices in SPECTRUM
and is therefore described in SPECTRUM Views.
Name
Contact
Description
Location
System Up Time
Network Address
Manufacturer
Device Type
Primary Application
General Information
Serial Number
Communication Information
MM Name
DCM TimeOut
MM Part Number
DCM Retry
MM Version Number
Community Name
Model Type
Mgmnt Protocol
Model Creation Time
Model Created By
Model State
Security String
Condition
Condition Value
Contact Status
Lost Child Count
Poll/Log Information
Poll Interval
Polling Status
Last Successful Poll
Log Ratio
LOGGED
POLLED
Value When Yellow
Value When Orange
Value When Red
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Index
Index
Index
A
Access Control 35
Address
Label 14
MAC 14
Network 15
Physical 15, 189
Translation 15, 189
Administrative Status 14, 15, 190
Applications
ST1kAccess 35
ST1kAd10 73
ST1kAlarm 186
ST1kAsm 136
ST1kAsmX50 149
ST1kBundle 122
ST1kChnl 91
ST1kDsm 153
ST1kDsmPort 168
ST1kE1Port 127
ST1kFrm 114
ST1kFsm 66
ST1kINL 109
ST1kLgm 60
ST1kModule 47
St1kNode 20
ST1kRtm 87
ST1kSdm 133
ST1kSgm 69
ST1kT1Port 130
ST1kVoice 140
B
Bandwidth 189
C
Channel Administration 31
Clock Information 21, 23
Community Administration 31
Configuration Information 12
Configuration Views 189
Configuring
AD 10 73
Alarms 186
ASM 136
Bundles 122
Channel and Trunk 91
DSM Modules 153
DSM Ports 168
E1M Ports 127
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Frame Relay Channel and
Port 114
FSM Module 66
Inter Nodal Link (INL) 109
LGM Port and Module 60
Node and Modem Access 35
RTM Port 87
SDM Ports 133
SGM/AG Module 69
Slot and NCP 47
T1M Ports 130
The ST-1000 20
Voice Ports and Trunks 140
X 50 Ports and Circuits 149
CPI System Profile 24
D
Documentation 8
F
Frame Statistics 10, 11
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Index
Index
G
M
Gauge Control Panel 14
Gauge Label 14
MAC Address 14
Model Information 191
Model Type 9
H
Hardware 9
Hardware Resource Engine 32
Q
N
Queue Length 190
Nest Administration 29
Network Address 15
Node Status 26
R
I
Icon Subviews Menu 13
Interface
Address Translation 15
Description 189
Device View 12
Icon 13
Index Value 15
Labels 14
Options Panel 12
Status 13
Status View 15
Type 14, 189
L
Label Colors 15
Labels 13
Load 11
Number 14
Performance 11
Reconfigure Device 189
Restricted Rights Notice 2
O
Operational Status 15, 189
P
Packet
Discarded 11
Error 11
Rate 11
Size 190
Statistics 10
Partition Administration 25
Performance 10
Performance Statistics 11, 14
Physical Address 15, 189
Port
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S
Security 25
Slot Configuration 47
Softload Administration 25
Speed
Node Station 21
ST-1000 9
ST-1000 Configuration 20
Statistics
AD 10 85
ASM X50 152
Control Access to 39
DSM D-Channel Port 184
DSM Module 167
E1M Port 129
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Index
Index
Inter Nodal Link 112
LGM Port 65
Packet Channel 99
Packet Channel Bypass 103
Packet Port 119
RTM Port 90
Segment 102, 107
T1M Port 132
Voice Port 148
System Up Time 190
T
Topology 16
Trademarks 2
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