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Serial Setup Interface Commands
. Orolia  NetClock/GPS 9283  | Manualzz

Spectracom Corporation Model 9283

6 Serial Setup Interface Commands

The NetClock can be configured using the serial setup interface port and a terminal emulation program as discussed in Section 3.2. At the Command Line Interface (CLI), the user can manage files and configure product settings.

The available CLI commands are as follows: time - time reboot - reboot [app] log - log COMMAND OBJECT [ HANDLE ] option - option COMMAND [OPTION | PRODUCT] [VALUE] ltc - ltc COMMAND [INDEX | NAME] [...] net - net COMMAND [Arguments] sys - sys COMMAND [Arguments] mdo - mdo COMMAND [Arguments] ser - ser COMMAND SERIAL [Arguments] rem - rem COMMAND REMOTE [Arguments] irig - irig COMMAND ARG frq - frq COMMAND INDEX [Arguments]

One additional command, help, displays the available commands at the CLI. Typing help and a specific command (for example, help time, or help option) and then pressing the enter key displays detailed information about the command.

NOTE: Commands typed at the CLI are case-sensitive. All terms and commands entered must be lower-case.

6.1 time

help time

Use the 'time' command to read the current system date and time.

USAGE: time

6.2 reboot

The reboot is used to warm-boot the unit without having to disconnect or reconnect the power supply. The reboot command is intended only for administrators, and is available at the admin security level.

NOTE: This command provides a convenient way to remotely update application software in that the unit will automatically execute the most recent image in /sys/bin/. help reboot

This command is used to immediately reboot a unit.

The 'app' option is used to restart the application. Normally the unit reboots to the application, unless the optional parameter is specified to 'bootloader' which it will reboot to the bootloader.

USAGE: reboot [app]

app - Reboot to application.

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NOTE: Do not reboot the unit while file uploads are in progress. Do not reboot the unit with non-application images are located in /sys/bin/. If either of these conditions is not fulfilled, the unit may fail to boot the application image, which could result in a unit that function incorrectly or not at all.

6.3 log

help log

Use the 'log' command to access and manage the log system.

USAGE: log COMMAND OBJECT [ HANDLE ]

COMMAND

show - Shows the contents of a log.

get - Gets the record #[HANDLE] from a log.

OBJECT

j - Journal log

a - Alarm log

g - GPS qualification Log

o - Operational log

x - Oscillator log

d - Dialout log

n - NTP log

r - Event relay log

t - Authorization log

u - Update log

HANDLE : Record number to access. The first record is 0.

6.4 option

help option

The 'option' commands provide a means to set, clear and display product configuration options.

USAGE: option COMMAND [OPTION | PRODUCT] [VALUE]

COMMAND

display - Displays current option settings.

enable - Enables options after verifying the hash value.

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6.5 ltc

The ltc command is used to create up to five Local clocks. Local clocks allow many of the output ports to be able to provide time data as local time instead of just UTC time. This command requires admin level login. help ltc

The 'ltc' group of commands are used to manage the local time clocks.

USAGE: ltc COMMAND [INDEX | NAME] [...]

COMMAND = {disp | create | delete | tz | dst}

disp - Displays information about the local clock.

create - Creates a new local clock. Multiple consecutive spaces in the name will be reduced to a single space

delete - Deletes a local clock at the specified index.

tz - Assigns a new time zone offset for the local clock.

dst - Assigns a new daylight saving rule to the clock.

6.6 net

The command, net, is used to configure the network interface. The net command consists of a set of subcommands that are used to get, set or change each individual network setting. Some of the network settings require admin level security in order to set or change them. help net

The 'net' group of commands are used to manage network interface

USAGE: net COMMAND [Arguments]

COMMAND

config - Configure IP settings.

show - Displays network configurations.

daytime - Enable/disable Daytime.

time - Enable/disable UNIX time.

telnet - Enable/disable Telnet.

ftp - Enable/disable FTP

http - Enable/disable HTTP.

https - Enable/disable secure HTTP.

ssh - Enable/disable SSH.

6.7 sys

help sys

The sys group of commands are used to retrieve information about the system.

USAGE: sys COMMAND [Arguments]

COMMAND

mem - Display memory information. Use v for verbose mode.

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6.8 mdo

The mdo command is used to configure the dial-out modem option if it is installed. The mdo command consists of a set of subcommands used to control logs and modem configuration. help mdo

The mdo group of commands are used to setup the modem.

USAGE: mdo COMMAND [Arguments]

COMMAND

mode - Sets the Serial Setup Interface into a 'console' or

'modem'

Baud rate can be specified in modem mode.

dialnow - Dials out immediately.

baud - Sets baud rate specified by user.

ITU-R protocols use 1200 and ACTS protocols use 9600. NIST ACTS may support either, however 9600 is recommended.

speaker - Sets modem speaker on/off.

6.9 ser

The ser command allows the rear panel Serial ports to be configured from the console. They require admin level login. help ser

The ser group of commands are used to setup serial ports RS-232.

USAGE: ser COMMAND SERIAL [Arguments]

COMMAND

disp - Displays the current serial port settings.

all - Configures all settings of a serial port.

fmt - Configures the format of the serial port output.

req - Sets the request character on a serial port.

ltc - Sets the reference clock on the serial output.

To add/configure local clocks, use command 'ltc'

baud - Configures the baud rate of a serial port.

6.10 rem

The rem command allows the rear panel Remote output(s) to be configured from the console port. This command requires admin level login to modify. help rem

The rem group of commands are used to setup remote serial ports RS485.

USAGE: rem COMMAND REMOTE [Arguments]

COMMAND

disp - Displays the current remote serial port settings.

all - Configures all settings of a remote serial port.

fmt - Configures the format of the serial port output

ltc - Sets the reference clock on the remote serial

output.

To add/configure local clocks, use command 'ltc'

baud - Configures the baud rate of a remote serial port.

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6.11 irig

help irig

The 'irig' group of commands are used to control the irig subsystem.

USAGE: irig COMMAND ARG

COMMAND = {disp | b | brb | e | amp | ltc | sig}

disp - Display the current IRIG port settings.

b - Sets the irig output to format B.

brb - Sets the irig output to format B Rubidium.(TTL level)

This option is only available on Rubidium units.

e - Sets the irig output to format E.

amp - Sets the amplitude level for AM signals.

ltc - Sets the reference clock for the IRIG output.

sig - Sets the signature control of the IRIG port.

6.12 frq

help frq

The frq group of commands are used manage frequency interfaces.

USAGE: frq COMMAND INDEX [Arguments]

COMMAND

mode - Sets the signature control mode.

status - Displays the status of the selected frequency

output.

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