Cabletron Systems Cyber SWITCH 1200 Specifications

SPECTRUM Enterprise Manager
Device Management
Bay Networks Accelar
Supports Management Module SM-BAY1002
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Contents
Contents
Contents
INTRODUCTION
Application Icons...........................................................17
Supported Applications .................................................18
Bay Accelar Application.............................................19
Table Size View .....................................................20
IP Views .................................................................22
IP Configuration Table........................................22
IP Configuration OSPF View ..............................23
IP Address Table View .......................................24
IP Flow Table View.............................................25
IP Routing Redistribution View...........................25
IP Configuration IGMP Table View.....................27
IGMP Group Table View ....................................28
IP Routing Table View........................................28
ARP Table View.....................................................31
RIP Ext View ..........................................................31
Test Table View .....................................................32
Statistics Views ......................................................32
Statistics Table View ..........................................32
Statistics GIG Table View...................................34
Statistics OSPF View .........................................34
Statistics IGMP View ..........................................35
Statistics OSPF IF Table View ...........................35
Spanning Tree Group Views..................................37
Spanning Tree Group Table...............................37
STG Port Table View..........................................40
Bridge Views ..........................................................41
FDB Table View .................................................41
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Purpose and Scope ........................................................6
Required Reading ...........................................................6
Supported Devices..........................................................7
The SPECTRUM Model ..................................................7
Views ..............................................................................8
TASKS
9
Enable or disable routing options ................................9
Enable or disable traps................................................9
Redistribution configurations .......................................9
Subnet mask configuration ..........................................9
DEVICE VIEW
10
Interface Device View ...................................................10
Interface Icons ...........................................................11
Interface Icon Subviews Menu Options..............12
Interface Status View.................................................13
Interface Configuration View .....................................13
Secondary Address Panel .........................................14
DEVICE TOPOLOGY VIEW
15
Device Topology View ..................................................15
APPLICATION VIEW
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Bridge Static Table View ....................................42
Bridge Filter Table View .....................................42
Boot View...............................................................43
Web View...............................................................44
Error View ..............................................................45
CONFIGURATION VIEW
Performance View ........................................................ 64
Port Performance View................................................. 64
MODEL INFORMATION VIEWS
65
INDEX
66
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Device Configuration View ............................................48
CHASSIS GROUP VIEWS
49
Chassis Views...............................................................49
Chassis View .............................................................49
TFTP Downloads................................................50
Power Supply Chassis Table .............................50
Fan Chassis Table .............................................50
System View..............................................................51
Card Table View ........................................................53
Port Table View .........................................................55
System Trap Receiver Table .....................................57
VLAN TABLE VIEWS
58
VLAN Tables View ........................................................58
VLAN Table ...............................................................58
VLAN Port Table........................................................60
VLAN MAC Table ......................................................60
PORT MIRROR VIEW
62
Port Mirror View ............................................................62
Device Performance View.............................................63
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Introduction
Purpose and Scope
Introduction
This section introduces the SPECTRUM Device Management documentation for Bay Networks Accelar 1000
Series Routing Switches.
This introduction to the SPECTRUM management
module for the Bay Accelar 1000 Series contains
the following information:
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Purpose and Scope on Page 6
Required Reading on Page 6
Supported Devices on Page 7
The SPECTRUM Model on Page 7
Purpose and Scope
Use this documentation as a guide for managing
Bay Networks Accelar 1000 Series devices with
the SPECTRUM management module SMBAY1002. The documentation describes the
icons, menus, and views that enable you to
remotely monitor, configure, and troubleshoot
Bay Networks Accelar 1000 Series devices
through software models in your SPECTRUM
database.
For general information about device
management using SPECTRUM and for
explanations of basic SPECTRUM functionality
and navigation techniques, refer to the
documentation listed under Required Reading.
Required Reading
To use this documentation effectively, you must
be familiar with the information covered by the
other SPECTRUM online documentation topics
listed below.
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Operators
• Getting Started with SPECTRUM for
Administrators
• How To Manage Your Network with
SPECTRUM
• SPECTRUM Views
• SPECTRUM Menus
• SPECTRUM Icons
Only information specific to the supported
management module is included under this topic.
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Introduction
Supported Devices
Supported Devices
The SPECTRUM Model
The SPECTRUM management module SMBAY1002 currently allows you to model six types
of Bay Networks Accelar devices as described
below.
SPECTRUM uses a single device model type,
Accelar1200, for modeling any of the supported
Bay Networks Accelar devices. Accelar1200
models are represented in SpectroGRAPH views
by Device icons. As shown below, the appearance
of the Device icon varies slightly depending on the
kind of view in which it appears.
These devices provide 10/100 and Gigabit
Ethernet as either a multi-slot chassis or as a
standalone device.
Bay Networks Accelar 1050 or 1051. These
units provide one Gigabit port and 12
autosensing 10/100 Mbps ports. The 1051
adds LinkSafe physical Gigabit redundancy.
Model Name
Small Device icon appears in
Topology, Device Topology,
Application, and Container views.
Accelar1200
Bay Networks Accelar 1100 or 1150. These
units provide 16 autosensing 10/100 Mbps
Ethernet ports, with two expansion slots for
Gigabit or other 10/100 Mbps ports. The
1150 unit provides 4 10/100 ports and two
expansion slots.
Large Device icon
appears in Device Topology,
Lost and Found, Location, and
Interface Device views.
Model Name
Accelar1200
Bay Networks Accelar 1200 or 1250. These
units provide up to 12 Gigabit Ethernet ports,
or up to 96 autosensing 10/100 Mbps ports,
or a combination of the two. The 1250 provides up to 6 Gigabit, or 48 10/100 Mbps
ports.
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Introduction
Views
Views
Figure 1:
Device icons provide access to the views,
subviews, and tables that let you manage the
modeled device. Figure 1 shows the modelspecific portion of the Icon Subviews menu for
the Accelar1200 Device icon in a Topology view.
The views listed below are accessible from the this
menu and display specific information described
in this document.
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Model Name
Accelar1200
Device View on Page 10
Device Topology View on Page 15
Application View on Page 16
Configuration View on Page 48
Chassis Group Views on Page 49
VLAN Table Views on Page 58
Port Mirror View on Page 62
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Device Icon Subviews Menu Options
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Device
DevTop
Application
Acknowledge
Flash Green Enabled
Device Configuration
Chassis
VLAN Tables
Port Mirror
Model Information
Primary Application
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Tasks
Views
Tasks
This section identifies various management and troubleshooting tasks that can be performed on Bay Networks
Accelar series 1200 devices.
Enable or disable routing options
Redistribution configurations
• RIP Enable on Page 23.
• OSPF Enable on Page 23.
• IGMP Enable on Page 23.
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Enable or disable traps
• Trap Enable on Page 23.
RIP to OSPF: Enable on Page 25.
OSPF to RIP: Enable on Page 26.
Direct to OSPF: Enable on Page 26.
Static to OSPF: Enable on Page 26.
Direct to RIP: Enable on Page 27.
Static to RIP: Enable on Page 27.
Subnet mask configuration
• Mask on Page 29.
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Device View
Interface Device View
Device View
This section describes the Device view available for models of Bay Networks Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
Device views use icons and labels to represent the
modeled device and its components, such as
modules, ports, and applications. There is only
one type of Device view available for Accelar1200
models.
Figure 2:
SpectroGRAPH : Router Device : 192.168.93.43
File
View
Tools
Help
Network Address
Model Name
Interface Device View
System Up Time
Manufacturer
Contact
Device Type
Description
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Device.
Serial Number
Bridging
Primary Application
Location
192.138.93.43
Find
Accelar1200
This view provides dynamic configuration and
performance information for each of the device’s
ports, which are represented by Interface icons in
the bottom panel of the view, as shown in
Figure 2. The middle panel of the view also
displays a Device icon, which allows you to
monitor the device operation and access other
device-specific views.
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Interface Device View
Phy Addr
Interface Description
96 ON 100 ON
ethernet
ethernet
BaseTX
BaseTX
104 ON 108 ON 112 ON 116 ON 120 ON
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
97 ON 101 ON 105 ON 109 ON 113 ON 117 ON 121 ON
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
ethernet
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
BaseTX
0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3 0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0:0:0:0
0
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0
0
0
0
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Device View
Interface Device View
Interface Icons
Figure 3 shows a closeup of an Interface icon
from an Interface Device view. Most of the
informational labels on the icon also provide
double-click access to other views, as explained in
the following label descriptions.
Figure 3:
Interface Icon
(a)
Interface Number Label
Displays the interface number.
IF Status Label
Displays the current Operational Status of the
interface (see Table 1). Note that the background
color of the label also depends on the interface’s
current Administrative Status, which is set by the
user in the Interface Status View on Page 13. This
view can be accessed by double-clicking the label.
(b)
96 ON
ethernet
BaseTX
0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0
Table 1:
Color
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
a
Interface Number Label
b
IF Status Label
c
Interface Type Label
d
Network Type Label
e
Physical Address Label
f
IP Address Label
g
Gauge Label
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Interface Status Label Colors
Operational Administrative
Status
Status
Label
Text
Green
Up
On
ON
Blue
Down
Down
OFF
Yellow
Down
Up
OFF
Red
Testing
Test
Test
Interface Type Label
Identifies the type of interface—e.g., Ethernet,
FDDI, Other, etc. Double-click to access the
Interface Configuration View on Page 13.
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Device View
Interface Device View
Interface Icon Subviews Menu Options
Network Type Label
Identifies the type of network the interface is
connected to. Double-click to open the Model
Information view for the interface.
Table 2 lists the Icon Subviews menu options
available for the Interface icon.
Physical Address Label
Displays the physical (MAC) address of the
interface. Double-click to open the Interface
Address Translation table, which cross-references
network addresses (IP addresses) to physical
(MAC) addresses for selected nodes between
networks. Double-clicking on any column entry
opens an address-specific Address Translation
Table Information view. This view provides the
same information as the corresponding row for
the IF Address Translation table, but allows you
to modify field values.
IP Address Label
Displays the IP address for the interface. Doubleclick to open the Secondary Address Panel on
Page 14, which allows you to change the address
and mask for this interface.
Table 2:
Option
Opens the . . .
Detail
Interface Detail view, which displays
Packet, Error, and Discard
Breakdown pie charts.
IF Status
Interface Status View on Page 13
IF Configuration
Interface Configuration View on
Page 13
Model Information
Model Information Views on Page 65
IF Address
Translation Table
Interface Address Translation Table
view, which shows the Physical and
Network address for each interface.
Secondary Address
Panel
Secondary Address Panel on Page 14
Thresholds
Interface Threshold view, which
allows you to set the on/off alarm
thresholds for: load, packet rate,
error rate, and % discarded.
Gauge Label
Displays whichever performance statistic has
been selected in the Gauge Control panel for this
device’s interfaces (see the SPECTRUM Views
documentation for more information). Doubleclick to open the Port Performance View on
Page 64.
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Menu Options
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Device View
Interface Device View
Interface Status View
Interface Configuration View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Interface icon in the Device view, select IF Status.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Interface icon in the Device view, select IF
Configuration.
This view provides information on the operational
status of the interface and allows you to enable or
disable the port.
Operational Status
The current state of the interface. Possible values
are “Up”, “Down”, and “Testing”.
Administrative Status
This button allows you to select the desired
operational state of the interface. Possible values
are “Default”, “On”, “Off”, and “Testing”.
This view provides information on the
configuration of the interface and allows you to
enable or disable the port.
Operational Status
The current state of the interface. Possible values
are “up”, “down”, and “testing”.
Admin. Status
This button allows you to select the desired
operational state of the interface. Possible values
are “up”, “down”, and “testing”.
Last Change
The value of SysUpTime at which the last change
occurred.
IP Address/Network Mask
The IP Address and Network Mask used on the
interface.
Pyhsical Address
The physical (MAC) address of the port
Bandwidth
The speed of the interface.
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Packet Size
The size of the packets moving through this
interface.
Queue Length
The number of packets waiting for transmission.
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Secondary Address Panel
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Interface icon in the Device view, select Secondary
Address Panel.
This panel provides a table of IP addresses and
masks obtained from the Address Translation
table within the device’s firmware. You can
change the current address displayed in the IP
Address field by selecting an entry from the table
in this panel and clicking the Update button.
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Device Topology View
Device Topology View
Device Topology View
This section provides brief descriptions of the Device Topology view available for models of Bay Networks
Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select DevTop.
Figure 4:
Device Topology View
SpectroGRAPH : Device Topology: 192.168.93.43
The Device Topology view shows connections
between a modeled device and other network
entities.
File
View
Tools
Help
Model Name
Device Topology View
Model Type
The lower panel of the Device Topology view
(Figure 4) uses interface icons to represent the
device’s ports. These icons provide the same
information and menu options as those in the
Interface Device view (Page 10). If there is a device
connected to a particular interface, a device icon
appears on the vertical bar above the interface
icon along with an icon representing the network
group that contains the device.
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96 ON
ethernet
BaseTX
97
ON
ethernet
BaseTX
98 ON
ethernet
BaseTX
99
ON
ethernet
BaseTX
0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0:E0:16:57:7C:3
0:0:0:0
0
0
0
0
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Application View
Device Topology View
Application View
This section describes the Application view and the associated application-specific subviews available for
models of Bay Networks Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Application.
Figure 5:
When a device model is created, SPECTRUM
automatically creates models for each of the
major and minor applications supported by the
device. The Application view identifies all of these
application models, shows their current condition
status, and provides access to application-specific
subviews.
Figure 5 shows an Application view in its default
mode (Icon) where each of the application models
is represented by an Application icon (see
Figure 6 for a closeup). The Application icons are
arranged hierarchically under a Device icon, with
major applications in the top row and their
respective minor applications stacked directly
below.
SpectroGRAPH : Application : 192.168.93.43
File
View
Tools
Help
Network Address
Model Name
System Up Time
Manufacturer
Contact
Device Type
Description
Primary Application
Location
Serial Number
Bridging
192.168.93.43
Accelar1200
43_Routing
GenRtrApp
IP Routing
IP2RtrApp
3.43_OSPF
PF2RtrApp
If you prefer to see applications displayed by
name only, in a single vertical list, select View >
Mode > List.
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.43_MIB-II
ccelar App
SNMP2_Agent
BayAccelar
EthernetApp
NMP2_Age
AccelarApp
EthernetAp
3.43_ICMP
hernet_App
tIfApp_096
ICMP_App
96
ICMP_App
ernetIfApp
3.43_ICMP
tIfApp_097
ICMP_App
97
ICMP_App
ernetIfApp
93.43_TCP
tIfApp_098
TCP2_App
TCP2_App
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Application View
Application Icons
Application Icons
Figure 6:
When the Application view is in Icon mode, each
of the application models is represented by an
Application icon (Figure 6). Double-clicking the
Model Name label (a) at the top of the icon opens
the associated Model Information view—see Model
Information Views on Page 65. For some
applications, the Model Type label (c) at the
bottom of the icon is also a double-click zone,
which opens an application-specific view. Any
views accessible through these double-click zones
are also accessible from the Application icon’s
Icon Subviews menu.
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Application Icon
(a)
Accelar App
BayAccelar
(b)
Accelar App
(c)
a
Model Name Label / Model Information View
b
Condition Status Label
c
Model Type Label / Application-Specific View
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Application View
Supported Applications
Supported Applications
Table 3:
Bay Networks Accelar devices support both
common and device-specific applications.
Application
Applications that are common to many of the
different kinds and makes of devices managed by
SPECTRUM are listed in Table 3 along with their
corresponding documentation subtopics.
Common Applications
For more info, see...
Routing (GenRtrApp)
Miscellaneous
Applications
Ethernet (EthernetApp)
Miscellaneous
Applications
MIB-II (SNMP2_Agent)
MIB-II Applications
The views and subviews available for Bay
Networks Accelar device-specific applications are
described in the rest of this section, grouped by
major application as listed below:
• Bay Accelar Application on Page 19
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Application View
Supported Applications
Bay Accelar Application
(BayAccelarApp)
This major application (model type
BayAccelarApp) has no minor applications. The
Icon Subviews menu for this application provides
access to the following application-specific views:
• Chassis - This view and all of its sub-views
are described under Chassis Group Views on
Page 49.
• VLAN Tables - This view is described under
VLAN Table Views on Page 58.
• Port Mirror - This view is described under Port
Mirror View on Page 62.
• Table Size
• IP Views
- Config Table
- OSPF Table
- IP Address Table
- Flow Table
- Rout Redistr View
- Config IGMP
- IGMP Group
- IP Routing
• ARP Table
• RIP Ext View
• Test Table
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• Statistics
- Stat Table
- Stat GIG Table
- Stat OSPF
- Stat IGMP
- Stat OSPF IF Table
• Spanning Tree Group
- ST Group Table
- STG Port Table
• Bridge
- FDB Table
- Static Table
- Filter Table
• Boot
• Web
• Error
• Model Information - This view is described
under Model Information Views on Page 65.
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Application View
Table Size View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Table Size.
This view shows statistics on RMON, Address
Translation (AR), Bridge, and IP tables for the
device.
Rmon Stat Size
The current size of the RMON Statistic table.
Rmon History Control Size
The current size of the RMON History Control
table.
Rmon History Enet Size
The current size of the RMON History Ethernet
table.
Rmon Alarm Size
The current size of the RMON Alarm table.
Rmon Event Size
The current size of the RMON Event table.
Rmon Log Size
The current size of the RMON Log table.
AR Tbl Size
The Address Translation table size.
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AR Free
The number of free entries available in the
Address Translation table.
AR No Space
The number of entries that could not be added to
the Address Translation table due to lack of
space.
AR Added
The number of entries added to the Address
Translation table.
AR Deleted
The number of entries deleted from the Address
Translation table.
AR Mac Added
The number of MAC entries added to the Address
Translation table.
AR Mac Deleted
The number of MAC entries deleted from the
Address Translation table.
AR Mac Moved
The number of MAC entries moved in the Address
Translation table.
AR IP Added
The number of IP entries added to the Address
Translation table.
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AR IP Deleted
The number of IP entries deleted from the Address
Translation table.
AR VLAN By Protocol Deleted
The number of VLANs by protocol type deleted
from the Address Translation table.
AR Mcast Tbl Size
The size of the Multicast Address Translation
table.
AR VLAN By IP Subnet Added
The number of VLAN by IP entries added to the
Address Translation table.
AR Free Mcast Groups
The number of free multicast groups available in
the Address Translation table.
AR VLAN By IP Subnet Deleted
The number of VLAN by IP entries deleted from
the Address Translation table.
AR IP Mcast Added
The number of IP multicast entries added to the
Address Translation table.
AR IP Subnets Added
The number of IP subnet entries added to the
Address Translation table.
AR IP Mcast Deleted
The number of IP multicast entries deleted from
the Address Translation table.
AR IP Subnets Deleted
The number of IP subnet entries deleted from the
Address Translation table.
AR VLAN By Port Added
The number of VLAN by port entries added to the
Address Translation table.
AR Rsvps Added
The number of RSVP entries added to the Address
Translation table.
AR VLAN By Port Deleted
The number of VLAN by port entries deleted from
the Address Translation table.
AR Rsvps Deleted
The number of RSVP entries deleted from the
Address Translation table.
AR VLAN By Protocol Added
The number of VLANs by protocol type added to
the Address Translation table.
Brdg Fdb Size
The number of entries in the dot1d forwarding
database table.
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Supported Applications
Brdg Static Size
The number of entries in the dot1d Static Address
Filtering table.
IP Address Size
The number of entries in the IP Address table.
IP Forwarding Size
The number of entries in the IP Forwarding table.
IP Net to Media Size
The number of entries in the IP Net-to-media
table.
IP Views
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views, then the
relevant sub-view.
These tables provide information about how the
device handles IP protocol packets.
IP Configuration Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > Config
Table.
This table shows IP routing information for a
particular interface.
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface or
VLAN.
Advert Def Rte
Displays whether this interface should advertize a
RIP default route.
Accept Def Rte
Displays whether this interface should accept a
RIP default route.
Row Status
The status for this entry.
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RIP Enable
Allows you to enable or disable RIP routing on the
specified interface.
OSPF Enable
Allows you to enable or disable OSPF routing on
the specified interface.
IGMP Enable
Allows you to enable or disable IGMP on the
specified interface.
Addr Assigned
Displays whether an IP address has been
assigned for this interface.
IP Configuration OSPF View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > OSPF
View.
This view displays costs associated with different
speeds of ports and OSPF configurations. It also
displays a table with OSPF information for a
particular interface.
Costs:
10 Meg
The cost associated with a 10mpbs interface.
100 Meg
The cost associated with a 100mpbs interface.
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The cost associated with a Gigabit interface.
Configurations:
Trap Enable
Displays whether OSPF Traps should be sent.
Auto Virt Link Enable
Displays whether automatic virtual link creation
is enabled. If enabled OSPF will create virtual
links between ABRs whether needed or not, but
adjacency will be established only when one of the
ABRs loses connection to the backbone. If this is
disabled, it is the user’s resposibity to create
virtual links when needed.
IP Configuration OSPF Table:
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface or
VLAN.
Rtr Priority
The priority of this interface. In multi-access
networks, this is used to determine the
designated router. A value of “0” indicates the
router can not be the designated router on this
particular network. In the event of a tie in this
value, routers use their router id as a tie breaker.
The default is “1”. Possible values range from 0 to
FF.
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Metric
The metric for this type of service on this
interface. The default value is 108 divided by the
interface speed. The value “FFFF” means there is
no route via this TOS. Possible values range from
1 to FFFF.
Auth Key
The Authentication Key. If the Area's
Authorization Type is “simplePassword” and the
key length is shorter than 8 octets, the agent will
pad the field with zeros. When read, this field
returns a length of zero.
Row Status
The status for this entry.
Hello Interval
The length of time, in seconds, between Hello
packets that the router sends on the interface.
This must be the same for all routers attached to
a common network. The default is 10 seconds.
Rtr Dead Interval
The number of seconds a router's Hello packets
are not seen before it's neighbors declare it down.
This should be a multiple of the Hello interval.
This must be the same for all routers attached to
a common network. The default is 40 seconds.
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IP Address Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > IP
Address Table.
This table displays addressing information for the
entity's IP addresses.
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface.
Addr
The IP address of this entry.
Net Mask
The subnet mask for this entry. This is an IP
address with all network bits set to 1 and all
hosts bits set to 0.
Bcast Addr Format
The IP broadcast address format used on this
interface. Possible values are “zeros” and “ones”.
Reasm Max Size
The size of the largest IP datagram this entity can
re-assemble from fragmented incoming
datagrams.
Row Status
Allows you to create and delete entries.
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IP Flow Table View
IP Routing Redistribution View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > Flow
Table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > Rout
Redistr View.
This table displays RSVP records from the
switching fabric Address Resolution table. A
connection with a matching entry in this table will
be processed with a higher priority than
connections without an entry.
This view shows several areas of information for
redistributing packets from one protocol to
another.
Enable
Displays whether to Redistribute RIP routes to
OSPF.
Src Ip Address
The source address of an IP packet.
Src Ip Port
The source port of an IP packet. A zero in this
field is a wildcard.
Explicit Metric
The value of the metric used to translate the RIP
route to OSPF. The default is “1”. Possible values
range from 1 to FFFF.
Dst Ip Address
The destination address of an IP packet.
Dst Ip Port
The destination port of an IP packet. A zero in this
field is a wildcard.
Protocol
The protocol of an IP packet. The default value is
ip. Possible values are “ip”, “tcp”, and “udp”.
Row Status
The status of an entry.
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Redistribution of RIP to OSPF:
Use Explicit Metric
Displays whether to use a user specified default
metric for redistributing RIP routes to OSPF. The
default is “false”.
External Metric Type
The metric type to use with distributed routes to
OSPF domain. “Type1” means the metric is
comparable directly to the link state metric (cost =
internal cost + external cost). “Type2” means the
metric is considered larger than any link state
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metric (cost = external cost). The default is
“type2”.
Redistribution of OSPF to RIP:
Enable
Displays whether to redistribute OSPF routes to
RIP. The default is to not redistribute.
Explicit Metric
The value of the metric used to translate the
OSPF routes to RIP. The default is “1”. Possible
values range from 1 to 16.
Use Explicit Metric
Displays whether to use a user specified default
metric for redistributing OSPF routes to RIP. The
default is “true”.
Redistribution Direct to OSPF:
Enable
Displays whether networks directly connected
through non-OSPF interfaces are distributed to
the OSPF database. If this is “true”, all static
routes will be added as external routes to the
OSPF routing domain, provided the router is
configured as an AS Border router. This also
originates as Extern link LSA. The default is
“false”.
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Method
Displays whether to use a user specified default
metric for redistributing direct routes to OSPF.
The default is “usePortSpeed”. Possible values are
“usePortSpeed”, and “useExplicitMetric”.
Explicit Metric
The value of the metric used to translate routes
from directly connected networks to OSPF. The
default is “0”. Possible values are from 0 though
FFFF.
External Metric Type
The metric type to use with distributed routes to
OSPF domain. “Type1” means the metric is
comparable directly to the link state metric (cost =
internal cost + external cost). “Type2” means the
metric is considered larger than any link state
metric (cost = external cost). The default is
“type1”.
Redistribution Static to OSPF:
Enable
Displays whether static routes, configured locally
through management protocol, are distributed to
the OSPF database. If this is “true”, all static
routes will be added as external routes to the
OSPF routing domain, provided the router is
configured as an AS Border router. This also
originates as Extern link LSA.
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Explicit Metric
The value of the metric used to translate static
routes to OSPF. The default is “10”. Possible
values are from 0 though FFFF.
Redistribution Direct to RIP:
Enable
Displays whether networks directly connected
through non-rip interfaces are distributed to RIP.
The default is “false”.
Use Explicit Metric
Displays whether to use a user specified default
metric for redistributing static routes to OSPF.
The default is “false”.
Redistribution Static to RIP:
External MetricType
The metric type to use with distributed routes to
OSPF domain. “Type1” means the metric is
comparable directly to the link state metric (cost =
internal cost + external cost). “Type2” means the
metric is considered larger than any link state
metric (cost = external cost). The default is
“type2”.
Advert Def Rte
Displays whether default routes, configured
locally through management protocol, should be
distributed to the OSPF database. If this is “true”,
the default route will be added as an external
route to the OSPF routing domain, provided the
router is configured as an AS Border router. The
default is “false”.
Enable
Displays whether static routes, configured locally
through management protocol, are distributed to
the RIP database or not. If this is “true”, all static
routes will be added as external routes to the RIP
routing domain.
IP Configuration IGMP Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > Config
IGMP.
This table displays a listing of the interfaces on
which IGMP is enabled.
Administrative Status
The administrative status of the IGMP feature.
The default is down. Possible values are “up” and
“down”.
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface or
VLAN.
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Query Interval
The frequency at which IGMP Host-Query packets
are transmitted. The default is “125”.
Version
The version of IGMP running on this interface.
For IGMP to function correctly, all routers on a
LAN must be configured to run the same version.
The default is “version2”. Possible values are
“version1” and “version2”,
Query Max Response Time
The maximum query response time advertised in
IGMPv2 queries on this interface. Smaller values
allow a router to prune groups faster. The default
is “10”.
Querier Present Timeout
A timeout interval. If no IGMPv2 queries are
heard on this interface within this interval, the
local router will take over as Querier on the IP
subnet to which this interface is attached. The
default is “255”.
Leave Enabled
Displays whether IGMPv2 Leave messages are
enabled on this interface. The default is to have
them enabled.
Row Status
The status of an entry.
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IGMP Group Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > IGMP
Group.
This table displays listings of multicast groups
configured for the device.
Ip Address
A Multicast group Address (Class D) for others to
join. This can be the same for many incoming
ports.
In Port
A value to identify an interface, or VLAN, which
has received Group reports from various sources.
Members
IP Address from sources wishing to join this
group.
Expiration
The time left before the group report expires. This
is updated upon receiving a new group report.
IP Routing Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select IP Views > IP
Routing.
This table shows routes to a particular
destination.
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Dest
The destination IP address of this route. A value
of 0.0.0.0 is considered a default route. Multiple
routes to a single destination can appear in the
table, but access to such entries depends on
network management protocol in use.
Metric
The primary routing metric for this route. The
semantics of this metric are determined by the
routing-protocol specified in the route's Proto
field. If this is not used, its value will be “-1”.
Mask
The mask to use. For systems that do not support
arbitrary subnet masks, an agent constructs this
value by determining to which type of network the
Dest field refers. If Dest is “0.0.0.0” (a default
route), then mask is also “0.0.0.0”.
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Mask values
Mask
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface
through which the next hop of this route will be
reached.
Type
The type of route. Note that the values direct and
indirect refer to the notion of direct and indirect
routing in the IP architecture. Possible values and
their meanings are:
Network
255.0.0.0
class-A
255.255.0.0
class-B
255.255.255.0
class-C
Next Hop
The IP address of the next hop for this route. In
the case of a route using a broadcast media, this
value is the agent's IP address on that interface.
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Route Type values
Meaning
other
None of the following.
direct
Connected (sub-) network route to a
non-local.
indirect
Host/network/sub-network.
Proto
The mechanism by which this route was learned.
The inclusion of gateway routing protocols does
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not imply that hosts should support those
protocols.
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Value
Proto values
except through knowledge of the routing protocol
by which the route was learned.
Row Status
Allows you to create and delete entries.
Description
other
None of the following.
local
Non-protocol information,
e.g., manually configured
netmgmt
Entries set via a network.
icmp
Management protocol obtained via
ICMP, e.g., Redirect
egp,
ggp,
hello,
rip,
is-is,
es-is(,
ciscoIgrp,
bbnSpfIgp,
ospf,
bgp
These are gateway protocols which the
host may or may not support.
Age
The number of seconds since this route was
updated or otherwise determined to be correct.
Note that no semantics of ‘too old’ can be implied
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ARP Table View
RIP Ext View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select ARP Table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select RIP Ext View.
This view displays a table showing statuses of
ARP proxy responses and sending of ARP
responses on the specified interface.
This view displays a table showing statuses of RIP
transmission, RIP reception, and operation of
poison reverse on the specified interface.
ARP Ext Life Time
The lifetime in minutes of an ARP entry within the
system.
Operation
Allows you to enable or disable the operation of
RIP on all Interfaces.
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface.
Update Time
The time between transmission of RIP updates on
all interfaces.
Do Proxy
Allows you to enable or disable ARP proxy
responses on the specified interface.
Do Resp
Allows you to enable or disable the sending of
ARP responses on the specified interface.
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface.
Talk
Allows you to enable or disable RIP transmission
on the specified interface.
Listen
Allows you to enable or disable RIP reception on
the specified interface.
Poison
Allows you to enable or disable operation of
poison reverse on the specified interface. If poison
is disabled, split-horizon operation is enabled.
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Test Table View
Statistics Views
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Test Table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Statistics, then the
relevant sub-view.
This table displays the number of iterations on
the interface that either completed successfully or
failed.
If Index
A unique value used to identify an interface.
Pass Count
The number of iterations of the test case that
completed successfully.
Fail Count
The number of iterations of the test case that
failed.
These views provide statistics on the activity of
the various views.
Statistics Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Statistics > Stat
Table.
This table displays port statistics.
Port Index
A unique value used to identify a port.
Frame Too Shorts
The total number of frames that are too short
encountered on this interface.
Bridge In Unicast Frames
The total number of incoming unicast frames
bridged.
Bridge In Multicast Frames
The total number of incoming multicast frames
bridged.
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Bridge In Broadcast Frames
The total number of incoming broadcast frames
bridged.
Route Out Unicast Frames
The total number of outgoing unicast frames
routed.
Bridge In Discards
The total number of frames discarded by the
bridging entity.
Route Out Multicast Frames
The total number of outgoing multicast frames
routed.
Bridge Out Unicast Frames
The total number of outgoing unicast frames
bridged.
Stg Forward Tran
Spanning Tree Group Forward Transitions. This
is the number of times this port has transitioned
from the Learning state to the Forwarding state.
Bridge Out Multicast Frames
The total number of outgoing multicast frames
bridged.
Bridge Out Broadcast Frames
The total number of outgoing broadcast frames
bridged.
Route In Unicast Frames
The total number of incoming unicast frames
routed.
Route In Multicast Frames
The total number of incoming multicast frames
routed.
Route In Discards
The total number of frames discarded by the
routing entity.
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Stg In Config Bp
Spanning Tree Group In Config Bpdus. This is the
number of Config BPDUs received by this port.
Stg In Tcn Bpdus
Spanning Tree Group Incoming Topology Change
Notification Bpdus. This is the number of
Topology Change Notification BPDUs received by
this port.
Stg In Bad Bpdus
Spanning Tree Group Incoming Bad Bpdus. This
is the number of Bad BPDUs received by this
port.
Stg Out Config B
Spanning Tree Group Outgoing Config Bpdus.
This is the number of Config BPDUs transmitted
by this port.
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Stg Out Tcn Bpdu
Spanning Tree Group Outgoing Topology Change
Notification Bpdus. This is the number of
Topology Change Notification BPDUs transmitted
by this port.
Statistics GIG Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Statistics > Stat
GIGTable.
This table shows Gigabit port error statistics.
Port Index
A unique value used to identify a port.
Link Failures
The total number of link failures encountered on
this interface.
Packet Errors
The total number of packet errors encountered on
this interface.
Carrier Errors
The total number of carrier errors encountered on
this interface.
Link Inactive Errors
The total number of link inactive errors
encountered on this interface.
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In Flow Ctrl Pkts
The total number of flow control packets received
by this interface.
Out Flow Ctrl Pkts
The total number of flow control packets
transmitted by this interface.
Statistics OSPF View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Statistics > Stat
OSPF.
This table displays statistics for OSPF.
Buffers Allocated
The number of buffers allocated for OSPF.
Buffers Freed
The number of buffers freed by the OSPF.
Buffer Alloc Failures
The number of times OSPF has failed to allocate
buffers.
Buffer Free Failures
The number of times OSPF has failed to free
buffers.
Tx Packets
The number of packets transmitted by OSPF.
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Rx Packets
The number of packets received by OSPF.
Tx Drop Packets
The number of packets dropped before being
transmitted by OSPF.
Rx Drop Packets
The number of packets dropped before being
received by OSPF.
Rx Bad Packets
The number of bad packets received by OSPF.
Spf Runs
The number of SPF calculatations performed by
OSPF.
Last Spf Run
The time (SysUpTime) since the last SPF
calculation by OSPF.
Lsdb Tbl Size
The Landscape database table size.
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In Msgs
The number of IGMP packets received by the
device.
In Errors
The number of IGMP packets received with
checksum errors.
In Queries
The number of IGMP queries received by the
device.
In Reports
The number of IGMP reports received by the
device.
In Leaves
The number of IGMP leaves received by the
device.
Invalid
The number of IGMP packets received by the
device that contained an invalid type.
Statistics IGMP View
Out Msgs
The number of IGMP queries sent by the device.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Statistics > Stat
IGMP.
Statistics OSPF IF Table View
This table displays statistics for IGMP.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Statistics > Stat
OSPF IF Table.
This table displays OSPF interface statistics.
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Index
A unique value used to identify an interface.
Rx Hellos
The number hello packets received by this
interface.
Rx DBDescrs
The number of database descriptor packets
received by this interface.
Rx LSUpdates
The number of link state update packets received
by this interface.
Rx LSReqs
The number of link state request packets received
by this interface.
Rx LSAcks
The number of link state acknowlege packets
received by this interface.
Tx Hellos
The number of hello packets transmitted by this
interface.
Tx DBDescrs
The number of database descriptor packets
transmitted by this interface.
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Tx LSUpdates
The number of link state update packets
transmitted by this interface.
Tx LSReqs
The number of link state request packets
transmitted by this interface.
Tx LSAcks
The number of link state acknowlege packets
transmitted by this interface.
Version Mismatches
The number of version mismatches received by
this interface.
Area Mismatches
The number of area mismatches received by this
interface.
Auth Type Mismatches
The number of authorization type mismatches
received by this interface.
Auth Failures
The number of authentication failures.
Net Mask Mismatches
The number of net mask mismatches received by
this interface.
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Hello Interval Mismatches
The number of hello interval mismatches received
by this interface.
Dead Interval Mismatches
The number of dead interval mismatches received
by this interface.
Option Mismatches
The number of options mismatches received by
this interface.
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Spanning Tree Group Views
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Spanning Tree
Group, then the relevant sub-view.
These views display information on the spanning
tree group.
Spanning Tree Group Table
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Spanning Tree
Group > ST Group Table.
This table displays information about all the
spanning tree groups on the device.
Max Stgs
The maximum number of spanning tree groups
this device can support concurrently.
Num Stgs
The number of spanning tree groups currently
defined.
Unassigned Ports
Which ports in the system are not currently
assigned to any spanning tree group.
Id
A unique value used to identify a spanning tree
group.
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Tagged Bpdu Address
The MAC address to be assigned to the
destination MAC address field in tagged BPDUs.
The default address is 01-80-c2-00-00-00.
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Value
ieee8021d
Protocol values (Continued)
Meaning
IEEE 802.1d protocol.
Tagged Bpdu Vlan Id
The VLAN ID to be used for tagging BPDUs.
Bridge Address
The MAC address used when referred to in a
unique fashion. It is recommended that this be
the numerically smallest MAC address of all ports
belonging to this bridge, however it is only
required to be unique.
Num Ports
The number of ports controlled by this bridging
entity.
Protocol Specification
The version of the Spanning Tree Protocol being
run. Possible values and their meanings are as
follows:
Table 7:
Value
Protocol values
Meaning
unknown
None of the following.
decLb100
DEC LANbridge 100 Spanning Tree
protocol.
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Priority
The priority for this bridge entity.
Time Since Topology Change
The time, in hundredths of a second, since the
last topology change was detected by this bridge
entity.
Top Changes
The total number of topology changes detected by
this bridge since the management entity was last
reset or initialized.
Designated Root
The bridge identifier of the root of the spanning
tree as determined by the Spanning Tree Protocol
as executed by this node.
Root Cost
The cost of this path to the root as seen from this
bridge.
Root Port
The number of the port which offers the lowest
cost path from this bridge to the root bridge.
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Max Age
The maximum age of Spanning Tree Protocol
information learned from the network on any port
before it is discarded, in hundredths of a second.
Bridge Max Age
The age, in seconds, bridges use for a maximum
age when acting as the root.
Bridge Hello Time
The value, in seconds, bridges use for a hello time
when acting as the root.
Hello Time
The amount of time, in hundredths of a second,
between the transmission of Configuration bridge
PDUs by this node on any port when it is the root
of the spanning tree or trying to become so.
Bridge Forward Delay
The value, in seconds, bridges use for a
forwarding delay when acting as the root.
Hold Time
The amount of time, in hundredths of a second,
during which no more than two Configuration
bridge PDUs shall be transmitted by this node.
Enable STP
Displays whether the spanning tree protocol
should be active in this spanning tree group. The
default is true.
Forward Delay
The amount of time, measured in hundredths of a
second, at which a port changes its spanning
state when moving to the Forwarding state. This
determines how long the port stays in each of the
Listening and Learning states, which precede the
Forwarding state. This is also used when a
topology change is underway to age all dynamic
entries in the Forwarding Database.
Note that this value is the one the bridge is using,
in contrast to Bridge Forward Delay on Page 39,
which is the value a bridge would start using if it
were to become the root.
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STP Trap Enable
Displays whether traps relating to the spanning
tree protocol should be sent for this group. The
default is true.
Port Members
Displays which ports are members this spanning
tree group.
Row Status
The status of this row.
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Enable STP
The status of the port. Possible values are enabled
and disabled.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Spanning Tree
Group > STG Port Table.
This table displays spanning tree group port
information. If a port is associated with more than
one spanning tree group, it will have one entry in
this table for each group.
STG Port
The port number used to identify a spanning tree
group.
Path Cost
The contribution of this port to the total path cost
of paths towards the spanning tree root which
include this port.
Designated Root
The Bridge Identifier of the root Bridge as
recorded in the Configuration BPDUs transmitted
by the Designated Bridge for the segment to
which the port is attached.
STG Id
The group identifier to which this port is
assigned.
Priority
The priority of thie port.
State
The port's state as defined by application of the
Spanning Tree Protocol. This controls what action
a port takes on reception of a frame. If the bridge
detects a port that is malfunctioning, it will place
that port into the broken state. Possible values
are: disabled, blocking, listening, learning,
forwarding, and broken.
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Fast Start
When this is set, the port is moved straight to the
forwarding state upon being enabled.
Designated Cost
The path cost of the Designated Port of the
segment connected to this port. This value is
compared to the Root Path Cost field in received
bridge PDUs.
Designated Bridge
The Bridge Identifier of the bridge which this port
considers to be the Designated Bridge for this
port's segment.
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Designated Port
The Port Identifier of the port on the Designated
Bridge for this port's segment.
Forward Transitions
The number of times this port has transitioned
from the Learning state to the Forwarding state.
In Config Bpdus
The number of Config BPDUs received by this
port.
In Tcn Bpdus
The number of Topology Change Notification
BPDUs received by this port.
In Bad Bpdus
The number of Bad BPDUs received by this port.
Out Config Bpdus
The number of Config BPDUs transmitted by this
port.
Out Tcn Bpdus
The number of Topology Change Notification
BPDUs transmitted by this port.
Row Status
The status of this row.
Supported Applications
Bridge Views
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Bridge, then the
relevant sub-view.
These views display information on the bridging
status.
FDB Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Bridge > FDB
Table.
This table displays information about a specific
unicast MAC address for which the bridge has
some forwarding information.
FDB Table Size
The number of entries in the bridge forwarding
database table.
Status
The status of this entry.
Address
A unicast MAC address for which the bridge has
forwarding or filtering information, or both.
Port
The port number of the port on which a frame
having a source address equal to the value of the
corresponding instance of Address has been seen.
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Application View
A 0 indicates that the port number has not been
learned but that the bridge does have some
forwarding or filtering information about this
address.
Monitor
Displays whether monitoring should be
performed on this unicast MAC address. If
monitoring is enabled, any packet received with a
matching destination MAC address will be
forwarded to the port configured to receive
monitor traffic.
Priority
The priority of the incoming frames with this
destination MAC Address. The default is low.
Possible values are low and high.
Bridge Static Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Bridge > Static
Table.
This table contains forwarding information about
unicast entries configured into the bridge by
management. This information is used to
determine how to propagate a received frame.
Static Table Size
The number of entries in the bridge static table.
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Supported Applications
Address
The MAC address of this entry.
Port
The port on which the MAC address is found.
Monitor
Displays whether monitoring should be done on
incoming packets that match this entry.
Priority
The forwarding priority of incoming packets that
match this entry. The default is low. Possible
values are low and high
Status
The status of this entry. The default is
permanent. Possible values are other, invalid,
permanent, deleteOnReset, and deleteOnTimeout.
Bridge Filter Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Bridge > Filter
Table.
This table contains filtering information
specifying a destination address on a specific port
and a set of incoming ports. Frames received from
one of the incoming ports and containing the
destination addresses are not forwarded.
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Application View
Supported Applications
Boot View
Filter Table Size
Indicates the number of entries in the bridge filter
table.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Boot.
Address
The MAC address of this entry. This address is
used to match the destination address of
incoming packets.
This view displays information about software
versions and which on to use on next boot.
Flash Sw Version
The software version in flash memory.
Port
The port on which this MAC address is found.
Pcmcia Sw Version
The software version on the pcmcia card.
Not Allowed From
Traffic arriving from any of the specified ports is
not forwarded to this MAC address.
Last Boot Source
The source of the last the system boot.
Status
The status of this entry. The default value is
permanent. Possible values are other, invalid,
permanent, deleteOnReset, and deleteOnTimeout.
Primary
The primary source of code to use when booting
the system. Possible values are flash, pcmcia, net,
and skip.
Secondary
The secondary source of code to use when booting
the system. Possible values are flash, pcmcia, net,
and skip.
Tertiary
The tertiary source of code to use when booting
the system. Possible values are flash, pcmcia, net,
and skip.
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Application View
Web View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Web.
Supported Applications
ROPassword
The password for the read-only web server
account.
This view displays information and statistics for
the web server on the hub.
Last Change
The last browser initiated configuration change
since sysUpTime.
Enable Server
Displays whether the web server should be
enabled.
Num Hits
The number of hits to the web server.
RWAUser Name
The user name for the read-write-all web server
account.
Num Access Checks
The number of access checks performed by the
web server.
RWAPassword
The password for the read-write-all web server
account.
Num Access Blocks
The number of accesses blocked by the web
server.
RWUser Name
The user name for the read-write all web server
account.
Num Rx Errors
The number of receive errors encountered by the
web server.
RWPassword
The password for the read-write all web server
account.
Num Tx Errors
The number of transmit errors encountered by
the web server.
ROUser Name
The user name for the read-only web server
account.
Num Set Request
The number of set-requests to the web server.
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Application View
Supported Applications
Error View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
AccelarApp Application icon, select Error.
This view displays the last error reported in the
system.
Text
The last error reported. This is used primarily to
list the return codes this device can send to a
management station in response to a failed SNMP
operation.
Possible values are as follow:
Level
The error level for the last error reported in the
system. Possible values are as follow:
Table 8:
Table 9:
Code
Error Level Descriptions
Code
Error Text Descriptions
Description
Description
100
none
101
resourceNotAvailable
0
Informative Information
102
operationNotAllowed
1
Warning Condition
103
operationInProgress
2
Error Condition
104
invalidPortNumber
3
Manufacturing Information
105
invalidSubnetAddress
4
Fatal Condition
106
invalidSubnetMask
107
invalidVlanId
108
invalidVlanName
109
invalidVlanType
110
invalidStgId
111
invalidProtocolId
112
invalidPortMembers
113
invalidStaticMembers
Code
The last error reported in the system. This is an
encoded value identifying the software module
generating the error message as well as a specific
error condition within that module. This is
intended to help Accelar support and
development staff isolate system problems.
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Application View
Table 9:
Supported Applications
Error Text Descriptions (Continued)
Code
Table 9:
Description
Error Text Descriptions (Continued)
Code
Description
114
invalidNotAllowedMembers
135
nosuchEntry
115
destinationNotReachable
136
anotherLoopBackTestAlreadyRunning
116
tableIsFull
137
protocolIdNotRoutable
117
nondualConnectorGigPort
138
autoNegotiateIsOn
118
testIdNotPresent
139
noActionSpecified
119
invalidTestId
140
invalidActionSpecified
120
invalidStatusChange
141
cannotModifyAutoNegotiateIsOn
121
invalidCpuCard
142
cannotModifyAutoPortIsFiber
122
invalidSrcPortChoice
143
autoNegotiationNotSupported
123
dstPortUnspecified
144
cannotSetAdminSpeed
124
srcPortOneUnspecified
145
cannotSetAdminDuplex
125
srcPortTwoUnspecified
146
ospfRtrDeadIntIsnotMultOfHelloInt
126
notSupported
147
ospfRtrDeadIntLessThan4TimesHelloInt
127
userNameIsNonUnique
148
notUsed
130
cannotModifyThisField
149
ospfBadAuthValueospfBadAuthValue
131
invalidUserPasswordLength
150
ospfEnabled
132
thisUsernameExists
151
ospfAreaNotFound
133
invalidIpAddress
152
ospfBackboneArea
134
invalidMacAddress
153
notUsed
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Table 9:
Supported Applications
Error Text Descriptions (Continued)
Code
Description
154
ospfInvalidAreaRangeMask
155
ospfDuplicateEntry
156
ospfRangeNotAllocated
157
ospfAreaRangeNotFound
158
notUsed
159
nvramLimitExceeded
160
flowAlreadyExist
161
flowNotFound
163
duplicateIpAddress
164
conflictingIpAddress
165
invalidRouteCost
166
invalidNextHop
167
duplicateRoute
168
cannotFindRoute
169
cannotDeleteLocalRoute
Send Trap
Allows you to send a trap upon receiving an error
in the system.
Return Code
Lists the proprietary return codes this device can
send in response to a failed SNMP operation.
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Configuration View
Device Configuration View
Configuration View
This section describes the various Configuration views and subviews available for models of Bay Networks
Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
Configuration views allow you to view and modify
current settings for the modeled device and its
interfaces, ports, and applications. The following
Configuration views are available for models of
Bay Networks Accelar devices:
Figure 7:
Device Configuration View
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Network Address
Model Name
System Up Time
Manufacturer
Contact
Device Type
Description
Device Configuration View
Location
Primary Application
Device Name
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Device
Configuration.
Bridging
Contact Status
Number of Interfaces
Interface Address Translation
Redundancy and Model Reconfiguration Options
Sort
Find
Index
Update
Description
Serial Number
Interface Configuration Table
Type
Bandwidth
Physical Address
Operation Status
This view (Figure 7) provides status and
configuration information about the device as a
whole as well as on a port-by-port basis. It also
provides button access to an Interface Address
Translation table and a subview that lets you
establish redundancy for the model. Fields and
column headings within the Device Configuration
view and its subviews are explained in detail in
the SPECTRUM Views documentation.
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Chassis Group Views
Chassis Views
Chassis Group Views
This section describes the various Chassis Group views and subviews available for models of Bay Networks
Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
Chassis Views
Table 10:
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Chassis, then the
relevant sub-view.
Type
These views display and, in some cases, allow you
to change physical characteristics of the device.
Chassis View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Chassis > Chassis.
This view displays chassis level information, TFTP
download information, and tables on the fans and
power supplies in the chassis.
Type
The chassis type. Possible values and their
descriptions are as follow:
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Chassis Types and Descriptions
Description
unknown
Unknown chassis.
a1100
This chassis has two half sized slots and one
full sized one.
a1150
This chassis has two half sized slots and one
full sized one.
a1200
This chassis has eight full sized slots.
a1250
This chassis has four full sized slots.
Serial Number
The serial number for this chassis.
Hardware Revision
The hardware revision level for this chassis.
Num Slots
The number of slots in the chassis available for
plug-in cards.
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Num Ports
The total number of ports currently installed in
the chassis.
Test Result
The chassis start-up diagnostic tests. Possible
values are other, ok, crceeprom, timer, procdram,
led, formaccpuaccess, asiccpuaccess, memory,
and loopback.
Isolate Unconfig Ports
Displays whether unconfigured ports should be
assigned to the isolated VLAN. Ports assigned to
this VLAN can only communicate with the CP
port. By default this assigns ports to the default
VLAN.
Chassis Views
File
The name of the file to transfer.
Result
The result of the latest download.
Power Supply Chassis Table
This table contains information about power
supplies.
Id
The id number of the power supply, either 1 or 2.
Operational Status
The actual status of the power supply. Possible
values are:
Use Factory Settings
Displays whether the system will ignore
configuration information stored in NVRAM when
the system is booted.
unknown
The status can not be determined.
TFTP Downloads
empty
No unit installed.
This area contains information on how to handle
TFTP downloads.
up
Present and active.
down
Present but inactive.
Host
The name of the source/destination host for the
TFTP transfer.
Action
The action to take on download.
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Power Supply Operation Status
Value
Description
Fan Chassis Table
This table contains information about fan status.
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Chassis Views
Id
The id number of the fan, from 1 to 4.
Operational Status
The actual status of the fan. Possible values are:
Table 12:
Value
Fan Operation Status
Description
unknown
The status can not be determined.
up
Present and active.
down
Present but inactive.
System View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Chassis > System.
This shows system statistics and information.
IP Address
The IP address of this entity.
Net Mask
The subnet mask of this entity.
Broadcast
The broadcast address for this entity.
Comm Read Write All
The community name string an incoming SNMP
message must match to be granted full read-write
access for all items in the MIB. If it does not
match, it is compared to the Comm Read Write
string.
Comm Read Write
The community name string an incoming SNMP
message must match to be granted read-write
access for all items in the MIB except community
names. If it does not match, it is compared to the
Comm Read Only string.
Comm Read Only
The community name string an incoming SNMP
message must match to be granted read-only
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Chassis Views
Buffer Util Peak
The highest value since a reset recorded for buffer
use.
access for all items in the MIB except community
names. If it does not match, no access is granted,
no response is sent back to the SNMP requester,
and SNMP traps are sent to any management
stations configured to receive them.
Version
The version of the software running on the device.
Action
Initiates a system action. For example, a save to
NVRAM.
Result
The result of the latest action.
Last change
The time since a reset of the latest management
initiated change to configuration.
Last VLAN Change
The time since a reset of the latest management
initiated change to VLAN configuration.
Last Statistics Reset
The time since a reset of the latest management
initiated statistics reset.
Buffer Utilization
Buffer utilization as a percent of total buffer
space in the system. A high value indicates
congestion.
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Buffer Util Peak Time
The timestamp for the highest value since a reset
recorded for buffer use.
NVRam Size
Total NVRAM available in Kbytes.
NVRam Used
NVRAM in use in Kbytes
Last Save To NVRam
The timestamp at which the latest write to
NVRAM occurred. This is either a save of the
system configuration or a file transfer of a
configuration file.
Last Save to Standby NVRam
The timestamp at which the latest write to
standby NVRAM occurred. Standby NVRAM, if
available, is on a backup CPU board.
CPU Util
The percentage of CPU usage.
Switch Fabric Util
The percentage of Switching Fabric usage.
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Chassis Views
Card Table View
Rmon Mem Size
The amount of memory in bytes to allocate for
RMON, if enabled.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Chassis > Card
Table.
Rmon Enable
Allows you to enable and disable RMON.
Rmon Save Config
Allows you to set whether RMON configuration is
saved to NVRAM and restored after a reboot.
Setting this to save does not immediately save
configuration information. The save occurrs when
Action on Page 52 is set to saveToNVRAM. This is
only meaningful if RMON is enabled.
Rmon Trap Option
Displays whether traps are sent only to the owner
of the RMON alarm, or to all recipients in the
system trap receiver table.
Support Routing
Displays whether routing is supported on this
device.
Support Web Server
Displays whether Web Server is supported on this
device.
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This view contains information about positions
and statuses of the cards within the chassis.
Index
A unique value used to identify an interface,
corresponding to the slot in which the module is
inserted.
Type
The type of card in the slot. Table 13 shows
possible values and their meanings.
Table 13:
Card Types
Value
Meaning
other
No card installed.
rcCPU
CPU Card.
rc8x100BaseTX
8 port, catogory 5 TP.
rc8x100BaseT2
8 port, category 3 TP.
rc8x100BaseF
8 port, fiber.
rc16x100BaseTX
16 port, category 5 TP.
rc8x100BaseTXWG
8 port, half width (WG model).
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Card Types (Continued)
Value
Meaning
A gigabit, non-redundant, shorthaul, back-bone unit with a
single port.
rc2x1000BaseSXBB
A gigabit, non-redundant, shorthaul, back-bone unit with 2
ports.
rc1x1000BaseSXRBB
A gigabit, redundant, short-haul,
back-bone unit with a single port.
rc2x1000BaseSXRBB
A gigabit, redundant, short-haul,
back-bone unit with 2 ports.
rc1x1000BaseLXBB
A gigabit, redundant, short-haul,
work-group unit with 2 ports.
A gigabit, non-redundant, longhaul, back-bone unit with a
single port.
rc2x1000BaseLXBB
A gigabit, non-redundant, longhaul, work-group unit with a
single port.
A gigabit, non-redundant, longhaul, back-bone unit with 2
ports.
rc1x1000BaseLXRBB
A gigabit, redundant, long-haul,
back-bone unit with a single port.
rc2x1000BaseLXRBB
A gigabit, redundant, long-haul,
back-bone unit with 2 ports.
16 port plus CPU (A1100 model).
rc4x1000BaseSXWG
A gigabit, non-redundant, shorthaul, work-group unit with 4
ports. Plus CPU (A1150 model).
rc1x1000BaseSXWG
A gigabit, non-redundant, shorthaul, work-group unit with a
single port.
rc2x1000BaseSXWG
A gigabit, non-redundant, shorthaul, work-group unit with 2
ports.
rc2x1000BaseLXWG
rc1x1000BaseLXRWG
Meaning
rc1x1000BaseSXBB
rc16x100BaseTXWG
rc1x1000BaseLXWG
Value
A gigabit, redundant, long-haul,
work-group unit with 2 ports.
4 port, half width (WG model).
rc2x1000BaseSXRWG
Card Types (Continued)
rc2x1000BaseLXRWG
rc4x100BaseFWG
rc1x1000BaseSXRWG
Table 13:
A gigabit, redundant, short-haul,
work-group unit with a single
port.
A gigabit, non-redundant, longhaul, work-group unit with 2
ports.
A gigabit, redundant, long-haul,
work-group unit with a single
port.
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Serial Number
The unique serial number for this card.
Hardware Revision
The Hardware Version for this card.
Admin Status
The administrative status of this card. Possible
values are up, down, and testing.
Oper Status
The operational status of this card. Possible
values are up, down, unknown, dormant, and
testing.
PCMCIA Type
The type of PCMCIA card installed in this CPU
card, if any. For cards without a CPU this will
always be none. This defaults to none. Possible
values are none, modem28kbs, flash2meg, and
flash4meg.
Part Number
The part number of the card.
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Chassis Views
Port Table View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Chassis > Port Table.
This view displays information about each port in
the chassis, and provides double-click access to
configure ports.
Index
A unique value used to identify a port.
Type
The port type. Possible values and their meanings
are:
Table 14:
Port Types
Value
Meaning
other
No port installed.
rc100BaseTX
Category 5 twisted pair.
rc100BaseT2
Category 3 twisted pair.
rc100BaseF
Fiber.
rc1000BaseF
Fiber.
rc1000BaseDualF
Dual connecter fiber.
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Connector Type
The type of connector installed on this port. The
default value is nonRedundant. Possible values
are nonRedundant and redundant.
Result
Displays results from the last action. The default
value is none. Possible values and their meanings
are:
Perform Routing
Displays whether this port should perform
routing. The default is to not route.
Table 16:
Value
High Priority
Displays whether this port should treated with
high priority. The default is to not have a high
priority.
Action
Displays actions for the port to take. The default
value is none. Possible values and their meanings
are:
Table 15:
Value
Port Actions
Meaning
none
None of the following.
flushMacFdb
Flush MAC forwarding table.
flushArp
Flush ARP table.
flushIp
Flush IP route table.
flushAll
Flush all tables.
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Port Action Results
Meaning
none
None of the following.
inProgress
Action is in progress.
success
Action has successfully finished.
fail
Action has failed.
Primary Connector
For ports configured with redundant connectors,
this indicates which to use as the active
connector the next time the port turned on. The
default value is left. Possible values are left, right,
and other.
Active Connector
For ports configured with redundant connectors,
this indicates which is currently active. Only one
connector can be active. The default value is left.
Possible values are left, right, and other.
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System Trap Receiver Table
Backup Connector Status
The status of the link attached to the non-active
connector. Possible values are up and down.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Chassis > Trap Recv
Table.
Auto Negotiate
Displays whether this port will auto-negotiate or
not. The default is to auto-negotiate.
This view shows what IP addresses receive traps
and what community names they are using.
Admin Duplex
The preferred port duplex type. The default is
half. Possible values are half and full.
Address
The IP address for the device receiving traps.
Version
The software version.
Oper Duplex
The current port duplex type. Possible values are
half and full.
Admin Speed
The preferred port speed. The default is mbps10.
Possible values are mbps10, mbps100, and other.
Oper Speed
The current port speed.
Community
The community string used to send trap
messages to this trap receiver.
Src Address
The IP address to use as a source when sending
traps. This will be inserted into the source IP
address field in the UDP trap packet.
Row Status
Used to create and delete entries.
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VLAN Table Views
VLAN Tables View
VLAN Table Views
This section describes the various VLAN Tables views and subviews available for models of Bay Networks
Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
VLAN Tables View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select VLAN Table.
This view contains several tables which present
information on the VLANs.
Currently Defined VLANs
The number of VLANs currently defined.
VLAN Table
This table displays information about the VLANs.
Id
A unique identifier for the Virtual LAN.
High Priority
Displays whether this VLAN should be given high
priority. The default is to not have a high priority.
Routing Enable
Displays whether this VLAN should perform
routing. The default is to not route.
If Index
If the VLAN is performing routing, this displays a
unique value used to identify this VLAN.
Otherwise, this is zero.
Action
Displays actions for the VLAN to take. The default
value is none. Possible values and their meanings
are:
Name
The name of the VLAN.
Table 17:
Value
Color
The color assigned to this VLAN. Color is is
treated transparently in the device.
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Meaning
None of the following.
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VLAN Table Views
Table 17:
Value
VLAN Tables View
VLAN Actions
Meaning
flushMacFdb
Flush MAC forwarding table.
flushArp
Flush ARP table.
flushIp
Flush IP route table.
flushDynMemb
Flush Dynamic Members.
all
Flush all tables.
Stg Id
The spanning tree group with which this VLAN is
associated. If this VLAN is not associated with
any spanning tree group, this will be zero. The
default is 1.
Type
The type of the VLAN. Possible values and their
meanings are:
Table 19:
Value
Result
Displays results from the last action. The default
value is none. Possible values and their meanings
are:
Table 18:
Value
Port Action Results
Meaning
none
None of the following.
inProgress
Action is in progress.
success
Action has successfully finished.
fail
Action has failed.
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VLAN Types
Meaning
byPort
VLAN by Port.
byIpSubnet
VLAN by IP subnet.
byProtocolId
VLAN by Protocol Id.
bySrcMac
VLAN by Src MAC address.
byDstMcast
VLAN by Dst MultiCast.
Port Members
Displays which ports are members, either static
or dynamic, of this VLAN.
Potential Members
Displays which ports are potentially members of
this VLAN.
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Static Members
Displays port membership in this VLAN. A one
means the port is a static member, a zero means
the port is a dynamic member.
Mac Address
The MAC address assigned to this VLAN. This is
only relevant if the VLAN is configured for
routing.
Not Allow To Join
Displays which ports are not allowed to join this
VLAN. A one means the port is not allowed to join,
a zero means the port is allowed to join.
Row Status
Allows you to create and delete entries.
VLAN Port Table
Protocol Id
The protocol of this VLAN. This is meaningful only
if Type on Page 59 is byProtocolId. Possible values
are none, ip, ipx802dot3, ipx802dot2, ipxSnap,
ipxEthernet2, appleTalk, decLat, decOther,
sna802dot2, snaEthernet2, netBios, and xns.
Subnet Address
The IP subnet address of this VLAN. This is
meaningful only if Type on Page 59 is byIpSubnet.
Subnet Mask
The IP subnet mask of this VLAN. This is
meaningful only if Type on Page 59 is byIpSubnet.
Aging Time
The timeout period, in seconds, for aging out
dynamic members of policy-based VLANs. The
default is 600 seconds.
This table shows in which VLAN ports reside.
Index
A unique value used to identify a port.
Num VLAN Ids
The total number of VLAN Ids.
Vlan Ids
Displays to which VLANs this port is assigned. A
port can be assigned to at most 128 different
VLANs.
Type
The port type for this interface. The default is
access. Possible values are access and trunk.
VLAN MAC Table
This table shows MAC address information
assigned to the VLAN.
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VLAN Table Views
VLAN Tables View
Vlan Id
An index to identify a VLAN by MAC address.
Address
An index to identify a MAC address assigned to a
particular VLAN.
Row Status
The status for this entry.
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Port Mirror View
Port Mirror View
Port Mirror View
This section provides brief descriptions of the Port Mirror view available for models of Bay Networks Accelar
devices in SPECTRUM.
Port Mirror View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Port Mirror.
This view displays port mirroring options.
Mirror Save Config
Displays whether Mirror configuration
information will be saved to NVRAM and
automatically reinstalled after a system reboot.
Setting this to true does not save configuration
information. To save the configuration, set Action
on Page 52 to saveToNVRAM.
Enable
Displays whether mirroring by port is active. The
system can support mirroring on two ports. When
active, all packets received on Mirrored Port One
and/or Mirrored Port Two are copied to the port
specified by Forwarding Port. The mirroring
operation is non-intrusive. The default is for port
mirroring to be inactive.
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Forwarding Port
The index of the port to which mirrored frames
are forwarded.
Enable Port One
Displays whether the port specified in Mirrored
Port One should be mirrored. The default is to not
mirror the port.
Mirrored Port One
The index of one port to be mirrored. Traffic
received on this port will be mirrored to the port
specified by Forwarding port.
Enable Port Two
Displays whether the port specified in Mirrored
Port Two should be mirrored. The default is to not
mirror the port.
Mirrored Port Two
The index of another port to be mirrored. Traffic
received on this port will be mirrored to the port
specified by Forwarding port.
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Performance Views
Device Performance View
Performance Views
This section provides brief descriptions of the Performance views available for models of Bay Networks Accelar
devices in SPECTRUM.
Performance views provide statistical information
about the operation of the device and packet
information for the device and its ports. The
following performance views are described in this
section:
The view also provides button access to the
Enterprise Alarm Manager and the Event Log.
Figure 8:
• Device Performance View on Page 63
• Performance View on Page 64
• Port Performance View on Page 64
Device Performance View
JK2 of Type MotMPRouter of Landscape X Primary
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View
Options
Help
For more information on Performance views, refer
to the SPECTRUM Views documentation.
System Up Time
Network Address
Name
Contact
Description
Location
Manufacturer
Device Type
Primary Application
Serial Number
Primary Address
Log
Device Performance View
Value
Average
Peak Value
100.0
10.00
1.00
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Device Performance.
This view (Figure 8) includes both a graph and a
table that show current, average, and peak values
for the following performance statistics:
CPU Util Threshold
Buffer Util Threshold
0.10
0.01
0:40:0 0:30:0 0:20:0
0
Graph Properties
Scroll to Date-Time
0
Alarms
Events
• CPU Utilization Threshold
• Buffer Utilization Threshold
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Performance Views
Performance View
Performance View
Port Performance View
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for the
Accelar1200 Device icon, select Performance.
Access: From the Icon Subviews menu for a selected
port label in the Chassis view, select Port
Performance.
This view provides the following performance
statistics about the packets being passed through
the device:
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Frame Rate
% Delivered
% Forwarded
% Transmitted
% Error
% Discarded
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This view provides the following statistical
information about packet traffic through the
selected port:
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% Bandwidth In
% Bandwidth Out
Packet In Total
Packet Out Total
In Packet Rate (per second)
Out Packet Rate (per second)
Overrun Errors
Underrun Errors
CRC Errors
Parity Errors
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Model Information Views
Port Performance View
Model Information Views
This section provides a brief description of the Model Information views available for models of Bay Networks
Accelar devices in SPECTRUM.
Model Information views provide descriptive and
configuration information about SPECTRUM
models of individual devices, interfaces, and
applications. Figure 9 shows an example of the
Model Information view accessed from the Icon
Subviews menu for the Accelar1200 model’s
Device icon. Model Information views are also
available for each of the Interface icons in the
Interface Device and Interface Device Topology
views, and for each of the Application icons in the
Application view. Although these views may vary
slightly depending on the particular entity being
modeled, their basic layout and content are
similar for most SPECTRUM management
modules. Therefore these views are described in
more detail in the SPECTRUM Views
documentation.
Figure 9:
Model Information View
JK2 of type Accelar1200 of Landscape Node: Primary
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Options
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Model Information View of Accelar1200
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
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
A
Accelar1200 7
Address Translation table 14
Application View 16
Icons 16
View Mode 16
Icon 16
List 16
Application Views
ARP Table View 31
Boot View 43
Bridge Views 41
Error View 45
IP Views 22
RIP Ext View 31
Spanning Tree Group Views 37
Statistics Views 32
Table Size View 20
Test Table View 32
Web View 44
Applications
Common
Ethernet (EthernetApp) 18
MIB-II (SNMP2_Agent) 18
Routing (GenRtrApp) 18
Device-specific 18
ARP Table View
ARP Ext Life Time 31
Do Proxy 31
Do Resp 31
If Index 31
B
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1050 7
1051 7
1100 7
1150 7
1200 7
1250 7
BayAccelarApp 19
Boot View
Flash Sw Version 43
Last Boot Source 43
Pcmcia Sw Version 43
Primary 43
Secondary 43
Tertiary 43
Bridge Filter Table View
Address 43
Filter Table Size 43
Not Allowed From 43
Port 43
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Status 43
Bridge Static Table View
Address 42
Monitor 42
Port 42
Priority 42
Static Table Size 42
Status 42
Bridge Views
Bridge Filter Table View 42
Bridge Static Table View 42
FDB Table View 41
C
Card Table View
Admin Status 55
Hardware Revision 55
Index 53
Oper Status 55
Part Number 55
PCMCIA Type 55
Serial Number 55
Type 53
Chassis Group Views 49
Chassis View
Action 50
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Index
Fan Chassis Table 50
File 50
Hardware Revision 49
Host 50
Id 50, 51
Isolate Unconfig Ports 50
Num Ports 50
Num Slots 49
Operational Status 50, 51
Power Supply Chassis Table 50
Result 50
Serial Number 49
Test Result 50
TFTP Downloads 50
Type 49
Use Factory Settings 50
Chassis Views
Card Table View 53
Chassis View 49
Port Table View 55
System Trap Receiver Table 57
System View 51
Colors
Interface Status Label 11
Configuration Views 48
D
Device View 10
Interface Configuration 13
Interface Status 13
Index
Device Views 10
banner 10
DevTop View 15
E
Error View
Code 45
Level 45
Return Code 47
Send Trap 47
Text 45
F
FDB Table View
Address 41
FDB Table Size 41
Monitor 42
Port 41
Priority 42
Status 41
I
Icon Subviews menu 8
Application 19
Icons
Application 17
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Device 7
Interface 11, 15
IGMP Group Table View
Expiration 28
In Port 28
Ip Address 28
Members 28
Interface Configuration View
Administrative Status 13
Bandwidth 13
IP Address/Network Mask 13
Last Change 13
Operational Status 13
Packet Size 14
Pyhsical Address 13
Queue Length 14
Interface Icon
Icon Subviews Menu Options 12
Interface icon 11
Interface Icon Subviews
Detail 12
IF Address Translation Table 12
IF Configuration 12
IF Status 12
Model Information 12
Secondary Address Panel 12
Thresholds 12
Interface Icon, Device View 10
Interface Icons 11
Gauge Label 12
IF Status Label 11
Interface Number Label 11
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Interface Type Label 11
IP Address Label 12
Network Type Label 12
Physical Address Label 12
Interface Status View
Administrative Status 13
Operational Status 13
IP Address Table View
Addr 24
Bcast Addr Format 24
If Index 24
Net Mask 24
Reasm Max Size 24
Row Status 24
IP Configuration IGMP Table View
Administrative Status 27
If Index 27
Leave Enabled 28
Querier Present Timeout 28
Query Interval 27
Query Max Response Time 28
Row Status 28
Version 28
IP Configuration OSPF View
10 Meg 23
100 Meg 23
1000 Meg 23
Auth Key 24
Auto Virt Link Enable 23
Hello Interval 24
If Index 23
Metric 24
Index
IP
IP
IP
IP
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Row Status 24
Rtr Dead Interval 24
Rtr Priority 23
Trap Enable 23
Configuration Table
Accept Def Rte 22
Addr Assigned 23
Advert Def Rte 22
If Index 22
IGMP Enable 23
OSPF Enable 23
RIP Enable 23
Row Status 22
Flow Table View
Dst Ip Address 25
Dst Ip Port 25
Protocol 25
Row Status 25
Src Ip Address 25
Src Ip Port 25
Routing Redistribution View
Advert Def Rte 27
Enable 25, 26, 27
Explicit Metric 25, 26
External Metric Type 25, 26
External MetricType 27
Method 26
Use Explicit Metric 25, 26, 27
Routing Table View
Age 30
Dest 29
If Index 29
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Mask 29
Metric 29
Next Hop 29
Proto 29
Row Status 30
Type 29
IP Views
IGMP Group Table View 28
IP Address Table View 24
IP Configuration IGMP Table
View 27
IP Configuration OSPF View 23
IP Configuration Table 22
IP Flow Table View 25
IP Routing Redistribution
View 25
IP Routing Table View 28
L
Logical Device View 10
M
Model Information Views 65
Model type 7
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Index
P
R
Performance Views 63
Device 63
Performance View 64
Port Performance View 64
Port Mirror View 62
Enable 62
Enable Port One 62
Enable Port Two 62
Forwarding Port 62
Mirror Save Config 62
Mirrored Port One 62
Mirrored Port Two 62
Port Table View
Action 56
Active Connector 56
Admin Duplex 57
Admin Speed 57
Auto Negotiate 57
Backup Connector Status 57
Connector Type 56
High Priority 56
Index 55
Oper Duplex 57
Oper Speed 57
Perform Routing 56
Primary Connector 56
Result 56
Type 55
Purpose and Scope 6
Required Reading 6
Restricted Rights Notice 3
RIP Ext View
If Index 31
Listen 31
Operation 31
Poison 31
Talk 31
Update Time 31
S
SM-BAY1002 7
Spanning Tree Group Table
Bridge Address 38
Bridge Forward Delay 39
Bridge Hello Time 39
Bridge Max Age 39
Designated Root 38
Enable STP 39
Forward Delay 39
Hello Time 39
Hold Time 39
Id 37
Max Age 39
Max Stgs 37
Num Ports 38
Num Stgs 37
Port Members 39
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Priority 38
Protocol Specification 38
Root Cost 38
Root Port 38
Row Status 39
STP Trap Enable 39
Tagged Bpdu Address 38
Tagged Bpdu Vlan Id 38
Time Since Topology Change 38
Top Changes 38
Unassigned Ports 37
Spanning Tree Group Views
Spanning Tree Group Table 37
STG Port Table View 40
Statistics GIG Table View
Carrier Errors 34
In Flow Ctrl Pkts 34
Link Failures 34
Link Inactive Errors 34
Out Flow Ctrl Pkts 34
Packet Errors 34
Port Index 34
Statistics IGMP View
In Errors 35
In Leaves 35
In Msgs 35
In Queries 35
In Reports 35
Invalid 35
Out Msgs 35
Statistics OSPF IF Table View
Area Mismatches 36
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Auth Failures 36
Auth Type Mismatches 36
Dead Interval Mismatches 37
Hello Interval Mismatches 37
Index 36
Net Mask Mismatches 36
Option Mismatches 37
Rx DBDescrs 36
Rx Hellos 36
Rx LSAcks 36
Rx LSReqs 36
Rx LSUpdates 36
Tx DBDescrs 36
Tx Hellos 36
Tx LSAcks 36
Tx LSReqs 36
Tx LSUpdates 36
Version Mismatches 36
Statistics OSPF View
Buffer Alloc Failures 34
Buffer Free Failures 34
Buffers Allocated 34
Buffers Freed 34
Last Spf Run 35
Lsdb Tbl Size 35
Rx Bad Packets 35
Rx Drop Packets 35
Rx Packets 35
Spf Runs 35
Tx Drop Packets 35
Tx Packets 34
Statistics Table View
Index
Bridge In Broadcast Frames 33
Bridge In Discards 33
Bridge In Multicast Frames 32
Bridge In Unicast Frames 32
Bridge Out Broadcast Frames 33
Bridge Out Multicast Frames 33
Bridge Out Unicast Frames 33
Frame Too Shorts 32
Port Index 32
Route In Discards 33
Route In Multicast Frames 33
Route In Unicast Frames 33
Route Out Multicast Frames 33
Route Out Unicast Frames 33
Stg Forward Tran 33
Stg In Bad Bpdus 33
Stg In Config Bp 33
Stg In Tcn Bpdus 33
Stg Out Config B 33
Stg Out Tcn Bpdu 34
Statistics Views
Statistics GIG Table View 34
Statistics IGMP View 35
Statistics OSPF IF Table View 35
Statistics OSPF View 34
Statistics Table View 32
STG Port Table View
Designated Bridge 40
Designated Cost 40
Designated Port 41
Designated Root 40
Enable STP 40
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Fast Start 40
Forward Transitions 41
In Bad Bpdus 41
In Config Bpdus 41
In Tcn Bpdus 41
Out Config Bpdus 41
Out Tcn Bpdus 41
Path Cost 40
Priority 40
Row Status 41
State 40
STG Id 40
STG Port 40
Supported Applications 18
Supported Devices 7
System Trap Receiver Table
Address 57
Community 57
Row Status 57
Src Address 57
Version 57
System View
Action 52
Broadcast 51
Buffer Util Peak 52
Buffer Util Peak Time 52
Buffer Utilization 52
Comm Read Only 51
Comm Read Write 51
Comm Read Write All 51
CPU Util 52
IP Address 51
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Last change 52
Last Save To NVRam 52
Last Save to Standby NVRam 52
Last Statistics Reset 52
Last VLAN Change 52
Net Mask 51
NVRam Size 52
NVRam Used 52
Result 52
Rmon Enable 53
Rmon Mem Size 53
Rmon Save Config 53
Rmon Trap Option 53
Support Routing 53
Support Web Server 53
Switch Fabric Util 52
Version 52
T
Table Size View
AR Added 20
AR Deleted 20
AR Free 20
AR Free Mcast Groups 21
AR IP Added 20
AR IP Deleted 21
AR IP Mcast Added 21
AR IP Mcast Deleted 21
AR IP Subnets Added 21
AR IP Subnets Deleted 21
Index
AR Mac Added 20
AR Mac Deleted 20
AR Mac Moved 20
AR Mcast Tbl Size 21
AR No Space 20
AR Rsvps Added 21
AR Rsvps Deleted 21
AR Tbl Size 20
AR VLAN By IP Subnet Added 21
AR VLAN By IP Subnet
Deleted 21
AR VLAN By Port Added 21
AR VLAN By Port Deleted 21
AR VLAN By Protocol Added 21
AR VLAN By Protocol Deleted 21
Brdg Fdb Size 21
Brdg Static Size 22
IP Address Size 22
IP Forwarding Size 22
IP Net to Media Size 22
Rmon Alarm Size 20
Rmon Event Size 20
Rmon History Control Size 20
Rmon History Enet Size 20
Rmon Log Size 20
Rmon Stat Size 20
Test Table View
Fail Count 32
If Index 32
Pass Count 32
The SPECTRUM Model 7
Trademarks 3
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Views
Application 16
Chassis 49
Device 10
Device Configuration 48
DevTop 15
Model Information 65
Port Mirror 62
VLAN Tables 58
VLAN MAC Table
Address 61
Row Status 61
Vlan Id 61
VLAN Port Table
Index 60
Num VLAN Ids 60
Type 60
Vlan Ids 60
VLAN Table
Action 58
Aging Time 60
Color 58
High Priority 58
Id 58
If Index 58
Mac Address 60
Name 58
Not Allow To Join 60
Port Members 59
Potential Members 59
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Protocol Id 60
Result 59
Routing Enable 58
Row Status 60
Static Members 60
Stg Id 59
Subnet Address 60
Subnet Mask 60
Type 59
VLAN Tables View
Currently Defined VLANs 58
VLAN MAC Table 60
VLAN Port Table 60
VLAN Table 58
VLAN Tables views 58
Index
RWPassword 44
RWUser Name 44
W
Web View
Enable Server 44
Last Change 44
Num Access Blocks 44
Num Access Checks 44
Num Hits 44
Num Rx Errors 44
Num Set Request 44
Num Tx Errors 44
ROPassword 44
ROUser Name 44
RWAPassword 44
RWAUser Name 44
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