Cisco uBR10012 Universal Broadband Router Troubleshooting Guide
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

A

access-list compiled command 3-13

access lists 3-13

AC PEM faults2-1to 2-3

ACTIVE LED

OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

TCC+ 4-9

alignment errors 3-15

correctable 3-15

fatal 3-16

alphanumeric display

list of messages 3-2

messages 1-6

ARP traffic problems 3-9

B

BERT B-3

bit error rate testers B-3

BLERT B-3

block error rate testers B-3

blower failures 2-7

see also show commands

blower module faults 2-7

breakout boxes B-3

bus errors 3-13

line cards 4-5

C

cable arp command 3-10

cable clock clear-counters command 4-11

cable power command 4-8

cable proxy-arp command 3-10

cable testers B-1

cache parity errors 4-4

Carrier LED

OC-12 POS 4-13

CD LED 4-16

Cisco IOS, displaying version 1-3

commands, unsupported A-1

confreg command 7-2

console 3-6

cable types 3-7

console port 3-7

console problems 3-7

copy startup-config running-config command 7-3

correctable alignment errors 3-15

crashes, line card 4-6

D

DC PEM faults2-3to 2-5

debug messages 3-11

digital multimeters B-1

displaying environmental information 1-4

displaying software version 1-3

documentation viii

E

electrical problems 2-6

see also PEM faults

ENABLE LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

enable secret command 7-3

environmental information, displaying 1-4

Ethernet problems 3-6

exec processes 3-11

F

Fail LED

Gigabit Ethernet 4-19

OC-12 POS line card 4-13

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

fallbacks 3-17

fan assembly failures 2-7

fatal alignment errors 3-16

faults

PRE-1 module 3-5

flowchart 1-4

fox boxes B-3

frame relay commands A-1

FRUs 2-6

G

GBIC 4-18, 4-19

Gigabit Ethernet

autonegotiation 4-19

GBIC type 4-18

LEDs 4-18

troubleshooting 4-18

Gigabit Ethernet interface converter (GBIC) 4-18

H

hard parity errors 3-17

hardware

verifying 1-2

HCCP commands A-2

hw-module reset command 4-10

hw-module slot reset command 4-7

I

interrupts

spurious 3-18

IP input processing 3-12

L

LEDs

ACTIVE, OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

ACTIVE, TCC+ 4-9

alarm 3-6

Carrier, OC-12 POS 4-13

CD, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

critical 1-6

ENABLE, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

Fail, Gigabit Ethernet 4-19

Fail, OC-12 POS 4-13

Fail, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

Fail, PRE 1-6

Fail, PRE-1 module 3-5

Gigabit Ethernet 4-18

line cards 4-12, 4-18

Link, Gigabit Ethernet 4-19

MAINTENANCE, OC-12 SRP/DPT 4-14

MAINTENANCE, TCC+ 4-9

Major 1-6

Minor 1-6

OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

OC-12 POS 4-12

PASS THRU, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-17

PEM fault 1-6

POS, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

Power 1-6

POWER, OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

POWER, TCC+ 4-9

PRE-1 module3-4to 3-6

PRESENT, TCC+ 4-9

RX, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

RX CARRIER, OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

RX PKTS, OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

SRP, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

Status 3-4

STATUS, OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

STATUS, TCC+ 4-9

SYNC, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-17

TCC+ 4-8

transmit 4-12, 4-18

TX, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

WRAP, OC-48 DPT/POS 4-17

line cards

bus errors 4-5

cache parity errors 4-4

crashes 4-6

general troubleshooting 4-2

Gigabit Ethernet 4-18

LEDs 4-12, 4-18

OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

OC-12 POS 4-12

troubleshooting 4-1

Link LED

Gigabit Ethernet 4-19

low memory errors 3-16

M

MAINTENANCE LED 4-14

TCC+ 4-9

management Ethernet 3-6

memory

cache parity errors 4-4

parity errors 3-16

problems 3-15

spurious accesses 3-19

MLPPP commands A-2

MPLS VPN commands A-3

N

network analyzers B-4

network monitors B-3

O

OC-12 DPT/SRP

LEDs 4-14

troubleshooting 4-14

OC-12 POS

LEDs 4-12

troubleshooting 4-12

OC-48 DPT/POS

LEDs 4-16

troubleshooting 4-16

optical time domain reflectometers B-2

OTDR B-2

overheating 2-7

P

parity errors 3-16

cache 4-4

hard 3-17

soft 3-17

particle pool fallbacks 3-17

PASS THRU LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-17

password recovery 7-1

PEM faults 2-1

DC 2-3

POS LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

power cables 2-6

POWER LED

OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

TCC+ 4-9

PPP commands A-3

PRE-1 module 3-1

alphanumeric display 1-6, 3-2

console connection 3-6

faceplate 3-5

fault indications 3-5

faults 3-4, 3-5

redundant modules 3-3

status screen 1-6, 3-2

support for PRE-1 module and not PRE module 3-2

PRE-1 module LEDs3-4to 3-6

description 3-5

fail LED 3-5

Status 3-4

unlit 3-5

PRE module

support for PRE-1 module and not PRE module 3-2

PRESENT LED

TCC+ 4-9

processes 3-12

R

recovering passwords 7-1

related documentation viii

reload command 7-1

reset command 7-2

RX CARRIER LED 4-14

RX LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

RX PKTS LED 4-14

S

scheduler allocate command 3-12

show commands

Output Interpreter 3-8, 3-15, 4-5

show buffers 3-18

show cable clock 4-8, 4-10

show context 4-2, 4-5

show controllers 4-11

show controllers clock-reference 4-8, 4-11

show diag 4-2, 4-8, 4-19

show environment 1-4, 2-1, 2-3

show facility-alarm status 3-6

show hardware 1-1, 1-2

show interface 3-6

show log 3-6, 4-2, 4-4, 4-5, 4-7

show processes cpu 4-6

show region 3-14

show stacks 3-15, 4-5

show startup-config 7-1

show tech-support 3-1, 3-15, 4-4, 4-5, 4-7

show version 1-3, 3-13, 3-16, 4-2, 7-1, 7-2

SIG type values 4-3

slot problems 3-6

soft parity errors 3-17

software forced crashes 4-6

software version, displaying 1-3

spectrum management commands A-3

spurious interrupts 3-18

spurious memory accesses 3-19

SRP LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

stack command 3-1

startup sequence 1-5

behavior 1-5

possible boot messages 3-2

STATUS LED 4-14

TCC+ 4-9

SYNC LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-17

system exception errors 4-3

system messages 3-11

T

TCC+

LEDs 4-8

troubleshooting 4-8

TDR B-2

telco-return commands A-3

terminal settings 3-8

test equipment B-1

time domain reflectometers B-2

Timing, Communication, and Control Plus card, see also TCC+ card

tools and test equipment B-1

troubleshooting

access lists 3-13

alignment errors 3-15

ARP traffic 3-9

basic checklist 1-1

bus errors 3-13, 4-5

cache parity errors 4-4

CPUHOG errors 3-11

debug and system messages 3-11

excessive interrupts 3-12

excessive processes 3-12

excessive SNMP traffic 3-13

flowchart 1-4

Gigabit Ethernet 4-18

hardware 1-4

high CPU utilization 3-9

IP input processing 3-12

line cards 4-1

low memory errors 3-16

memory parity errors 3-16

memory problems 3-15

OC-12 DPT/SRP 4-14

OC-12 POS 4-12

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

particle pool fallbacks 3-17

processes 3-11

redundant PRE-1 modules 3-3

scheduler problems 3-12

software forced crashes 4-6

spurious interrupts 3-18

spurious memory accesses 3-19

system crashes 3-8

system problems 3-8

TCC+ 4-8

test equipment B-1

TTY lines 3-11

TX LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-16

U

unsupported commands A-1

V

verifying the hardware 1-2

virtual exec processes 3-11

VTY sessions 3-11

W

WRAP LED

OC-48 DPT/POS 4-17