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Cisco RF Gateway 10 GUI User Guide

Finding Feature Information

Contents

Prerequisites for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Restrictions for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Information About Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Recommended Browsers and Display Settings

General Instructions

Monitoring Pages

Summary

Monitor

Alarm

Configuration Pages

Redundancy

QAM

DEPI

Video

System

How to Use the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Tool

Configuring the Cisco RFGW-10 Management Port IP Address

Configuring VRF on a FastEthernet

Configuring Management IP VRF

Enabling the IOS HTTP Server in Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM

Configuring Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM with a Local Username and Password

Connecting the Cisco RFGW-10 Using a Web Browser

Using Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Home Page

Troubleshooting Tips

Additional References

Related Documents

Standards

MIBs

RFCs

Technical Assistance

Feature Information for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI


Cisco RF Gateway 10 GUI User Guide


First Published: July 05, 2013
Last Updated: November 25, 2013

Cisco RF Gateway 10 (RFGW-10) GUI is a web-based interface for configuring and managing the Cisco RFGW-10 Universal Edge Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (UEQAM) device.

Finding Feature Information

Your software release may not support all the features documented in this module. For the latest feature information and caveats, see the releafse notes for your platform and software release. To find information about the features documented in this module, and to see a list of the releases in which each feature is supported, see the "Feature Information for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI" section.

Use Cisco Feature Navigator to find information about platform support and Cisco IOS, Catalyst OS, and Cisco IOS XE software image support. To access Cisco Feature Navigator, go to http://www.cisco.com/go/cfn. An account on Cisco.com is not required.

Contents

Prerequisites for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Restrictions for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Information About Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

How to Use the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Tool

Additional References

Feature Information for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Prerequisites for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

HTTP server enabled Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM device with the GUI embedded in the IOS image.

JavaScript-enabled browser.

Restrictions for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Avoid simultaneously starting the GUI client with CPU-intensive operations. This helps reduce the CPU impact on the Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM supervisor card.

Any CPU-intensive or high storage usage applications should be deferred to the network management system (NMS) applications.

Information About Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

The Cisco RFGW-10 GUI is an embedded web application residing in the Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM chassis. The GUI image (RFGW_GUI.tar) is embedded in the Cisco RFGW-10 IOS-XE image and is installed as part of the IOS-XE image installation. There are no configuration steps for installing this application.

Following are some of its important features:

An intuitive interface that combines easy navigation with point-and-click provisioning of services, thereby reducing the complexity of configuring services and features.

Support to manage the Cisco RFGW-10 system.

A monitoring interface with flexible choice of statistics and graphs.

Bulk configuration in a single attempt.

You can access this application through a web browser that has IP connectivity to the chassis. For information on how to access the application, see the "How to Use the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Tool" section.

Recommended Browsers and Display Settings

We recommend the following browsers and display settings:

Client Platform
Web Browser
Display Settings

Windows XP

or Windows 7

Mozilla FireFox version 10.x and above

Internet Explorer version 6.0 and above

Opera version 10x and above

1024x768 or above



Note The Cisco RFGW-10 GUI is best viewed on Mozilla Firefox version 10.x or above.


General Instructions

These are some general instructions and information:

Click AddRow to add multiple rows.

A new row added in a page or pane appears in green color.

A row appears in yellow color when it is edited.

An invalid entry appears in red color.

Click Select All to check the Delete checkbox for all entries. Click DeSelect All to uncheck the Delete checkbox for all entries.

Click the Refresh button to refresh data on the current page.

Check the Apply All checkbox at the bottom of a page or pane to apply the value entered in a current field to all entries in that page or pane. For example, in the DS384 3 Video Qam Channel Configuration pane, select the desired value from Cable Mode in one row (row changes to yellow color) and check the Cable Mode Apply All checkbox to apply the selected value to all Cable Mode fields in the pane. The checkbox is disabled when multiple rows are in edit mode.


Note You must check the Apply All checkbox while applying the changes.


A QAM channel configuration cannot be edited after it is assigned to a QAM replication group.

Every page and pane with configurable fields have validation embedded in them. A common javascript validation occurs and appropriate messages are displayed in a popup window.

A confirmation message is displayed each time you click the Delete button.

Use the navigation icons (|<<, <<, >>, >>|) or check the Show All checkbox at the top of a pane to view data presented across multiple pages.

Click a header field (hyperlink appears on mouse-over) to sort the content either in ascending or descending order.

Some pages or panes show the current LED status. See the relevant hardware documentation to interpret the LED status.

Action buttons such as Apply, Clear New, Delete are enabled only after the corresponding action like entering data in the fields or selecting a row is performed. Until then they are disabled.

A blue color Loading timer icon appears in the main configuration pages to indicate that data is being loaded.

Figure 1 Loading Icon

Monitoring Pages

The Cisco RFGW-10 GUI application includes the following monitoring pages:

Summary

Monitor

Alarm

Summary

The summary page provides a snapshot of the Cisco RFGW-10 system with the following information:

Chassis Information—View chassis related information such as Redundancy, Alarms, SUP GbE Inputs, and SUP GbE Input Statistics..

Line Card Bandwidth Information—View line card related information such as redundancy, GbE bandwidth, QAM bandwidth, QAM bandwidth utilization details for the selected line card.

Line Card Session Information—View DEPI or Video session information for the selected line card.

Chassis

Use this page to view chassis related information.

Figure 2 Chassis Page

Table 1 Chassis Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Redundancy

Slot 1

State of the Supervisor card in slot 1.

Slot 2

State of the Supervisor card in slot 2.

Mode

Mode in which the system is operating.

Configured Redundancy Mode

Redundancy mode configured on the system.

Operating Redundancy Mode

Current redundancy mode of the system.

System Uptime

Time duration of how long the system has been alive.

Alarms

Source

Source module where the alarm is generated.

Severity

Severity classification of the alarm.

Description [Index]

Alarm description.

SUP GbE Inputs

Shows bandwidth of each Gigabit Ethernet port and depicts bandwidth both graphically (bar graph, where one bar indicates 10 per cent of bandwidth) and numerically.

Click a GbE to view its IP address configuration and performance report.

SUP GbE Input Statistics

Shows information about each input GbE port.

Rx Bytes

Number of input bytes.

Tx Bytes

Number of output bytes.

Error Pkts

Total error count.

Rx Unicast Pkts

Number of input unicast packets.

Tx Unicast Pkts

Number of output unicast packets.

Rx Multicast Pkts

Number of input multicast packets.

Tx Multicast Pkts

Number of output multicast packets.

Rx Broadcast Pkts

Number of input broadcast packets.

Tx Broadcast Pkts

Number of output broadcast packets.

Note Only the active Supervisor card GbE are listed.


Line Card slot

Click a line card (DS384 slot or DS48 slot) to view its information.

Figure 3 Line Card Bandwidth Information Page

Figure 4 Line Card Bandwidth Video Session Information Page

Figure 5 Line Card Session Information Page

Table 2 Line Card slot Page Field Description 

Field
Description

LC Redundancy Status

State

Active or standby.

Mode

Redundancy mode of the line card (Primary or Secondary).

LC Group

Line card group number.

Role

Current state of the line card.

Peer Slot

Slot number where the peer line card resides in the chassis.

Peer State

Current state of the peer line card.

LC GbE Input

Ten GigabitEthernet interfaces

Click a 10GE to view its IP address configuration and performance report.

Note Not suppported on the Cisco DS-48 line card.

GigabitEthernet interfaces

Click a GE to view its IP address configuration and performance report.

Display Mode

Select Bandwidth to view bandwidth usage details.

For the Cisco DS-384 line card (eight RF ports) and Cisco DS-48 line card (twelve RF ports), the following bandwidth details are displayed for each channel on an RF port:

Bandwidth used on the channel (graphical representation; each bar indicates 10 per cent of bandwidth).

Bandwidth used on the channel (numerical representation).

Bandwidth utiliation percentage.

Click on channel to view its detailed bandwidth information.

Select Session to view session count information for each channel on an RF port on the line card.

For the Cisco DS-384 line card (eight RF ports), the following session details are displayed for each channel on an RF port:

Number of video sessions.

Number of DEPI sessions.

Click on channel to view its detailed session information.

For the Cisco DS-48 line card (twelve RF ports), the DEPI session details are displayed for each channel on an RF port.

A QAM channel is identified as:

Pilot QAM—Using a green color asterisk. Place the cursor on the channel to view its QRG information.

Replicate QAM—Using a blue color asterisk. Place the cursor on the channel to view its QRG and pilot QAM information.

Display Channel

All

Select All to view Bandwidth or Session (DEPI/VIDEO) information for all channels on selected RF ports on the line card.

Select Display Mode as Bandwidth and Display Channel as All to view QAM channel bandwidth information.

Select Display Mode as Session and Display Channel as All to view QAM channel session (DEPI/VIDEO) information.

V-Session

Select V-Session to view Bandwidth or Session (VIDEO) information for all channels on selected RF ports on the line card.

When the Display Mode is Session and Display Channel is V-Session, the number of video sessions configured on each QAM channel for each RF port is displayed.

When the Display Mode is Bandwidth and Display Channel is V-Session, the bandwidth used on the video mode QAM channel is displayed using the grey color graphical representation.

D-Session

Select D-Session to view Bandwidth or Session (DEPI) information for all channels on selected RF ports on the line card.

When the Display Mode is Session and Display Channel is D-Session, the number of DEPI sessions configured on each QAM channel for each RF port is displayed.

When the Display Mode is Bandwidth and Display Channel is D-Session, the bandwidth used on the DEPI mode QAM channel is displayed using the grey color graphical representation.

Click a QAM channel to view its detailed session information.

Blue color—Represents bandwidth (graphical).

Grey color—Represents bandwidth for selected session type.

Red color—Represents bandwidth reaching 100 per cent.

VS—Represents video sessions.

DS—Represents DEPI sessions.


Monitor

Use the tree-based navigation on the Monitor page to do this:

Monitor—View Supervisor card, TCC card, or line card session count information.

Inventory—View chassis, Supervisor card, line card, TCC card, power supply and fan tray inventory information.

Environment—View environment information of the chassis.

Performance—View Supervisor and line card input and output port performance information.

TCC Cards—View DTI client and client port status information for the TCC cards.

DEPI—View chassis and line card DEPI session information for selected line card, RF port and QAM channel.

Video—View video sessions and packets information.

CLI Output—Use the show commands and view output.

Monitor

Use this page to view hardware modules location, device information and session count information.

Figure 6 Monitor Page

Table 3 Monitor Page Field Description 

Field
Description

SUP and LC Information

SUP Cards

Number of Supervisor cards installed in the chassis and its slot location.

DS48 LC Cards

Number of Cisco DS-48 line cards installed in the chassis and its slot location.

DS384 LC Cards

Number of Cisco DS-384 line cards installed in the chassis and its slot location.

TCC Cards

Number of TCC cards installed in the chassis and its slot location.

System Information

Device Description

Device information.

IOS Ver @ Active SUP

Cisco IOS-XE version running on the active Supervisor card.

Device Uptime

Time duration of how long the device has been alive.

Device Name

Name of the device.

DEPI Global Session Information

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Video Global Session Information

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast sessions on the chassis.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast sessions on the chassis.

Total Video Session

Total number of video sessions on the chassis.


Inventory

Use this page to view the system inventory information.

Figure 7 Inventory Page

Table 4 Inventory Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Inventory Information

System Description

Brief description of the chassis.

Virtual Ethernet interface(s)

Total number of virtual Ethernet interfaces configured in the chassis.

Gigabit Ethernet interfaces

Total number of GigabitEthernet interfaces configured in the chassis.

Ten Gigabit Ethernet interfaces

Total number of Ten GigabitEthernet interfaces configured in the chassis.

Non-volatile configuration memory

Non-volatile configuration memory capacity in bytes.

SUP Cards

Total number of Supervisor cards installed in the chassis.

DS48 LC Cards

Total number of Cisco DS-48 line cards installed in the chassis.

DS384 LC Cards

Total number of Cisco DS-384 line cards installed in the chassis.

TCC Cards

Total number of TCC cards installed in the chassis.

Fan Tray(s)

Total number of fan trays installed in the chassis.

Power Supplies

Total number of power supplies used in the chassis.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

Chassis—View chassis inventory related information.

Supervisor Cards—View supervisor card inventory related information.

Line Cards—View line card inventory related information.

TCC Cards—View TCC card inventory related information.

Power Supplies—View power supply inventory related information.

Fan Trays—View fan tray inventory related information.

Environment

Use this page to monitor and report the environmental conditions important for the overall health of Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM.

Figure 8 Environment Page

Table 5 Environment Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Environment Information

Chassis Type

Chassis type description.

Power Consumed by Backplane

Power (in Watts) consumed by the backplane.

Switch Bandwidth Utilization

Bandwidth utilization by the switch.

Fantray Status

Current fan tray status.

Fantray Removal Timeout

The time interval by when you must install a fan tray must be installed or replace it in the chassis during an OIR to avoid automatic shut down. The maximum time is 4 minutes, that is 240 seconds.

Power Consumed by Fantray

Power (in Watts) consumed by the fan tray.

Module LED Status

Slot

Slot location where the hardware module resides on the chassis.

Description

Name of the hardware module.

LED Status

Current LED status.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

Temperature—View environment temperature related information. The following colors are used to indicate temperature status:

Green—Active; when the current temperature is less than the threshold temperature.

Blue—Warning; when the current temperature is greater than or equal to the threshold temperature.

Red—Critical; when the current temperature is greater than or equal to the critical temperature.

White—Shutdown; when the current temperature is greater than or equal to the shutdown temperature.

Table 6 Temperature Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Environment Temperatures

Module

Hardware component identifier.

Sensor Name

Sensor name.

Temperature

Current temperature of the chassis.

Threshold Temp

Recommended threshold temperature.

Critical Temp

Maximum temperature that indicates critical threshold.

Shutdown Temp

Temperature at which the chassis shuts down.

Status

Current status.


Power—View environment power related information.

Table 7 Power Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Power

Power supplies needed by system

Number of power supplies required for normal functioning of the chassis.

Power supplies currently available

Number of power supplies currently used by the chassis.

Power consumed by Backplane

Power (in Watts) consumed by the backplane.

Power consumed by Fantray

Power (in Watts) consumed by the fantray.

Power Supply Detail

Power Supply

Power supply identifier.

Model No

Model information of the power supply.

Type

Type of power supply.

Status

Current status of the power supply.

Fan Sensor

Current status of the fan sensor.

Inline Status

Inline power status.


CPU/Memory Status—View CPU and memory utilization related information.

Table 8 CPU/Memory Status Page Field Description 

Field
Description

CPU Utilization

Core Details for Core 0 and Core 1

For 5 Seconds

CPU utilization percentage for 5 seconds.

For 1 Minute

CPU utilization percentage for 1 minute.

For 5 Minutes

CPU utilization percentage for 5 minutes.

Memory Utilization

Memory Details for System, Process and Configuration

Total(K)

Total memory available for the system, process and configuration.

Used(K)

Memory used for the system, process and configuration.

Free(K)

Memory unused or available for the system, process and configuration.

Util %

Memory utilization percentage for the system, process and configuration.


Performance

Use this page to view all the GigabitEthernet and Ten GigabitEthernet performances categorized as Input and the performance information of each QAM channel categorized as Output.

Figure 9 Performance Page

Table 9 Performance Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Input Ports Details

Interface

Interface type and identifier.

IP Address

Enter the interface IP address.

Status

Current input interface status.

Protocol

Protocol status of the input interface.

Output Ports Details

QAM Card

QAM line card name.

Slot

Slot location on the chassis where the line card resides.

Description

Brief description of the line card composition.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

Input—View Ethernet interface input port related information.

Supervisor Cards—View supervisor Ethernet interface performation information.

Figure 10 Input Supervisor Cards Page

Line Cards—View all line card Ethernet interface performance information:

a. Packets In Input Hold Queue

b. Packets Dropped From Input Queue

c. Packets In Output Hold Queue

d. Packets Dropped From Output Queue

e. Receive Rate (bits/sec)

f. Receive Rate (Packets/sec)

g. Transmit Rate (bits/sec)

h. Transmit Rate (Packets/sec)

i. Throttle Count

Output—Use the tree-based navigation to view QAM channel performance information for the selected line card or RF port.

Figure 11 Output Line Cards Page

Line Cards—View all line card QAM channel bandwidth information:

a. Total bandwidth

b. Used bandwidth

c. Bandwidth reserved for Video

d. Maximum transfer unit

DS384/DS48 slot—View selected line card QAM interface performance information:

a. Packets In Input Hold Queue

b. Packets Dropped From Input Queue

c. Packets In Output Hold Queue

d. Packets Dropped From Output Queue

e. Receive Rate (bits/sec)

f. Receive Rate (Packets/sec)

g. Transmit Rate (bits/sec)

h. Transmit Rate (Packets/sec)

i. Throttle Count

TCC Cards

Use this page to view TCC card status information.

Figure 12 TCC Cards Page

Table 10 TCC Cards Page Field Description 

Field
Description

TCC Cards-DTI Client Status

DTI Status (TCC 13 and TCC 14)

DTI Client Status

TCC card status information.

DTI Client Port 1 Status

Active or inactive.

DTI Client Port 2 Status

Active or inactive.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

TCC Card slot—View DTI client and port status information.

Figure 13 TCC Card slot Page

DTI slot/port—View DTI client port status and connected server information.

Figure 14 DTI slot/port Page

DEPI

Use this page to view chassis and line card DEPI session count and session information.

Figure 15 DEPI Page

Table 11 DEPI Page Field Description 

Field
Description

DEPI Global Session Information

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the chassis.

DEPI Line Card Session Information

Slot

Slot where the line card resides. Use the drop-down list to choose a line card and click View Details to view its DEPI session information.

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the line card.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the line card.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the line card.

DEPI Session Slot slot Details

Session ID

DEPI session ID. Click a session ID to view its DEPI session information.

Session Type

DEPI session type.

Session State

DEPI session current state.

QAM Chn

QAM channel information for the DEPI session.

PW Type

DEPI mode for the DEPI session.

Carrier ID

Carrier ID for the DEPI session.

Use the tree-based navigation to view the line card, RF port, or channel level specific DEPI information.


Video

Use this page to view all video session summary information.

Figure 16 Video Page

Table 12 Video Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Sessions Summary

Active

Total number of active video sessions on the chassis.

Idle

Total number of idle video sessions on the chassis.

Off

Total number of sessions in "OFF" state.

Blocked

Total number of sessions in "Blocked" state.

PSI-Ready

Total number of video sessions that are PSI-ready.

UDP

Total number of UDP sessions on the chassis.

ASM

Total number of ASM sessions on the chassis.

SSM

Total number of SSM sessions on the chassis.

Remap

Total number of video sessions configured as Remap.

Data

Total number of video sessions configured as Data.

PassThru

Total number of video sessions configured as PassThru.

Shell

Total number of video shell sessions.

Bound

Total number of video bound sessions.

Init

Total number of sessions in "init" state.

Total Sessions

Total number of video sessions on the chassis.

Total Bitrate

Bitrate value for the chassis (in bps).


Local Session

Use this page to view chassis and line card video local session information.

Figure 17 Local Session Page

Table 13 Local Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Global Session Information

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video local sessions on the chassis.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video local sessions on the chassis.

Total Video Session

Total number of video local sessions on the chassis.

Video Line Card Session Information

Slot

Use the drop-down list to choose a slot and click View Details button to view its video local session details.

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video local sessions on the selected line card.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video local sessions on the selected line card.

Total Video Session

Total number of video local sessions on the selected line card.

Video Session Slot All Details

Session ID

Click a session ID to view its detailed video session information.

QAM Port

QAM port information.

Stream Type

Video session stream type.

Session Type

Video session type.

Ip Address

Video session IP address.

UDP Port

UDP port number.

Out Pgm

Single ProgramTransport Stream (SPTS) or Multiple ProgramTransport Stream (MPTS) program number.

Input Bitrate

Actual bitrate measured on the input.

Input State

State on the input.

Output State

State on the output.

PSI Rdy

PSI ready state.

Ctrl State

Controller state.

Note Use the tree-based navigation available at the line card, RF Port and QAM channel level to view configured local session information.


GQI Session

Use this page to view chassis and line card video GQI session information.

Table 14 GQI Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Global GQI Session Information

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video GQI sessions on the chassis.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video GQI sessions on the chassis.

Total Video Session

Total number of video GQI sessions on the chassis.

Video Line Card GQI Session Information

Slot

Use the drop-down list to choose a slot and click View Details button to view its video GQI session details.

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video GQI sessions on the selected line card.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video GQI sessions on the selected line card.

Total Video Session

Total number of video GQI sessions on the selected line card.

Video GQI Session Slot slot Details

GQI Session ID

Click a GQI session ID to view its detailed video session information.

QAM Carrier

QAM carrier information.

QP Id

QAM partition identifier.

SCM Id

Session control manager identifier.

Stream Type

Video session stream type.

Session Type

Video session type.

Ip Address

Video session IP address.

UDP Port

UDP port number.

Out Pgm

Single ProgramTransport Stream (SPTS) or Multiple ProgramTransport Stream (MPTS) program number.

Input Bitrate

Actual bitrate measured on the input.

Input State

State on the input.

Output State

State on the output.

PSI Rdy

PSI ready state.

Encrypt

Encryption status and type.

Note Use the tree-based navigation available at the line card, RF Port and QAM channel level to view configured GQI session information.


ERMI Session

Use this page to view chassis and line card edge resource manager interface (ERMI) session count information.

Table 15 ERMI Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Global ERMI Session Information

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video ERMI sessions on the chassis.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video ERMI sessions on the chassis.

Total Video Session

Total number of video ERMI sessions on the chassis.

Video Line Card ERMI Session Information

Slot

Use the drop-down list to choose a slot and click View Details button to view its video ERMI session details.

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video ERMI sessions on the selected line card.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video ERMI sessions on the selected line card.

Total Video Session

Total number of video ERMI sessions on the selected line card.

Video ERMI Session Slot slot Details

ERMI Session ID

Click an ERMI session ID to view its detailed video session information.

QAM Carrier

QAM carrier information.

QP Id

QAM partition identifier.

SCM Id

Session control manager identifier.

Stream Type

Video session stream type.

Session Type

Video session type.

Ip Address

Video session IP address.

UDP Port

UDP port number.

Out Pgm

Single ProgramTransport Stream (SPTS) or Multiple ProgramTransport Stream (MPTS) program number.

Input Bitrate

Actual bitrate measured on the input.

Input State

State on the input.

Output State

State on the output.

PSI Rdy

PSI ready state.

Session Grp

Session group identifier.

Note Use the tree-based navigation available at the line card, RF Port and QAM channel level to view configured ERMI session information.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

DS384 slot—View line card ERMI session information.

ERRP Statistics—View ERMI ERRP statistics information.

ERRP Server—View ERMI ERRP server information.

ERRP Server Resources—View ERMI ERRP server resources information.

RTSP Statistics—View ERMI RTSP statistics information.

RTSP Server—View ERMI RTSP server information.

Statistics

Use this page to view all line card video packet statistics summary information.

Table 16 Statistics Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Packets Statistics

Slot Id

Slot location where the line card resides on the chassis.

LBG Id

Load balancing group identifier.

Multicast Groups

Number of multicast groups.

Multicast Sessions

Number of multicast sessions.

Unicast Sessions

Number of unicast sessions.

Multicast DS Packets

Number of multicast downstream packets.

Unicast DS Packets

Number of unicast downstream packets.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

DS384 slot—View line card video packet statistics brief and detailed information.

Multicast

Use this page to view all line card or selected line card video route multicast information.

Table 17 Multicast Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Route Multicast

Line Cards

Use the drop-down list to select a line card to view its video route multicast information or All to view a summary of all routes configured on the line card and click Details.

Video Route Multicast Slot slot Information

Source

Multicast source IP address.

Group

Multicast group IP address.

Rx-Interface

Input interface (GbE/10GbE).

Tx-slot/LBG

Output slot and load balancing group.

Sessions

Total number of sessions.


Use the tree-based navigation to do the following:

Up Link—View the video multicast uplink summary information.

Table 18 Up Link Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Multicast Uplink

Uplink Interface

Uplink interface (GbE/10GbE).

Status

Current status of the uplink interface.

Allocated Streams

Total number of streams allocated for the uplink interface.

Maximum Bandwidth

Maximum bandwidth available for the uplink interface.

Allocated Bandwidth

Maximum bandwidth allocated for the uplink interface.

Backup Interface

Backup uplink interface.

Backup Activated

Backup activation status.


Packet

Use this page to view global video insertion packet information.

Table 19 Packet Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Global Video Packets Information

Packet Stream ID

Packet stream identifiers of the video packets.

Interface

QAM channel or QAM subinterface.

Version

Video packet version.

Times Repeat

Packets repetition state such as continuous.

Actual Repeated

Number of times the packets are repeated.

Insert Rate (bps)

Rate at which packets are inserted.

Number of Pkts Inserted

Number of packets inserted.

State

Status of the packets (on or off).

Use the tree-based navigation to view this information at a line card, RF port, or chassis level.


CLI Output

Use the CLI Output page to use the show commands.

Figure 18 CLI Output Page

Enter the show command in the CLI field and click Show Output to view the command output, or Clear to abort.

Alarm

Use the tree-based navigation on the Alarm page to do the following:

Alarms—Use this page to view all alarms logged in the system.

Severe Logs—Use this page to view top 20 severe logs displayed based on the highest severity level.

Logging—Use this page to view common logging information.

All Logs—Use this page to view all logs.

Alarms

Use this page to view all alarms logged in the system.

Figure 19 Alarms Page

Table 20 Alarms Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Alarms

Source

Source module where the alarm is generated.

Severity

Severity classification of the alarm.

Description [Index]

Alarm description.


Note:

Critical—Alarms with severity as critical are displayed in red color.

MAJOR—Alarms with severity as major are displayed in orange color.

Minor—Alarms with severity as minor are displayed in blue color.

Severe Logs

Use this page to view the top 20 severe logs in the system.

Figure 20 Severe Logs Page

Table 21 Severe Logs Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Severe Logs

TimeStamp

Timestamp for the log.

Facility

Module for which the log was generated.

Severity

Severity of the log.

Mnemonic

Label for the class of log.

Description

Log description.


Note:

The logs are displayed in order of severity:

1. emergency(0)

2. alert(1)

3. critical(2)

4. error(3)

5. warning(4)

Logging

Use this page to view logging information and logging details.

Figure 21 Logging Page

Table 22 Logging Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Logging Information

Syslog Logging

Information about syslog message logging.

Console Logging

Information about console message logging.

Monitor Logging

Information about monitor message logging.

Buffer Logging

Information about buffer message logging.

Exception Logging

Information about exception message logging.

Count & Timestamp Logging Messages

Information about count and timestamp message logging.

Persistent logging

Information about persistent message logging.

Trap Logging

Information about trap message logging.

Log Buffer Size

Log buffer size.

Show Logging Details

Displays the show logging command output.


All Logs

Use this page to view all the logs in the system.

Figure 22 All Logs Page

Table 23 All Logs Page Field Description 

Field
Description

TimeStamp

Timestamp for the log.

Facility

Module for which the alarm was generated.

Severity

Severity of the alarm.

Mnemonic

Label for the class of alarm.

Description

Alarm description.


Use the tree-based navigation to view the following:

SUP Cards—Use this page to view supevisor card specific logs.

Line Cards—Use this page to view line card specific logs.

TCC Cards—Use this page to view TCC card specific logs.

Configuration Pages

The Cisco RFGW-10 GUI application includes the following configuration pages:

Redundancy

QAM

DEPI

Video

System

Redundancy

Use the tree-based navigation on the Redundancy page to do this:

Redundancy—View chassis redundancy information, edit redundancy mode, and change the redundancy main-CPU auto sync configuration.

Supervisor cards—View supervisor card redundancy information.

Line Cards—Create and manage line card redundancy groups and view line card redundancy information.

TCC Cards—View TCC card redundancy information.

Switchover—Manage hardware component switchover and reload.

Redundancy

Use this page to view chassis redundancy information, edit redundancy mode, and change the redundancy main-CPU auto sync configuration.

Figure 23 Redundancy Page

Table 24 Redundancy Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Redundant System Information

Available system uptime

Time duration of how long the system has been alive.

Switchovers System Experienced

Total number of switchovers on the system.

Standby Failures

Total number of standby Supervisor failures.

Last Switchover Reason

Reason why the last switchover occured.

Hardware Mode

Mode in which the system is operating.

Configured Redundancy Mode

Redundancy mode configured on the system.

Operating Redundancy Mode

Current redundancy mode of the system.

Maintenance Mode

Maintenance mode.

Communications

Communication mode.

Redundancy Mode Configuration

Redundancy Mode

Redundancy mode of the chassis. Use the drop-down list to choose a mode for the chassis.

Click Apply to accept changes and Reset to abort.

Redundancy Main-CPU Auto Sync Configuration

Sync Element

Check the checkbox against the desired element to auto synchronize with the Main-CPU configuration.

Click Apply to accept changes and Reset to abort.


Supervisor cards

Use this page to view Supervisor card redundancy information.

Figure 24 Supervisor Cards Page

Table 25 Supervisor Cards Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Supervisor Cards Redundancy Information

Slot

Slot number where the Supervisor card resides in the chassis.

My State

Current state of the Supervisor card.

Peer Slot

Slot number of the peer Supervisor card.

Slot Information (Slot 1/Slot 2)

Following slot information are listed for the Supervisor cards in slot 1 and slot 2:

Current State—Current state of the Supervisor card.

Uptime in current state—Time duration of how long the card has been up in its current state.

Image Version—Software image version information.

BOOT—Boot path.

Configuration Register—Assigned configuration register value of the Supervisor card.


Line Cards

Use this page to manage redundancy groups and view line card redundancy information.

Figure 25 Line Cards Page

Table 26 Line Cards Page Field Description 

Field
Description

LineCard Redundancy Group Config

Group ID

Line card group identifier. Valid value is 0 or 1.

Red Class

Use the drop-down list to assign a class to the group. Valid value is 1:N or 1:1.

Primary Slot

Primary members of the line card redundancy group. Enter line card slot number seperated by a comma to add or remove from the group. The valid values are 3 to 10.

Secondary Slot

Secondary members of the line card redundancy group. The valid value is 11 or 12.

CardType

Use the drop-down list to reserve a card type for the redundancy group.

Revertive Time

Enable revertive switchover and enter the timeout interval (in seconds) for the revert to occur. The valid range is from 10 to 86400 or NON-revertive.

Description

Enter the line card group description.

Delete

Check the checkbox and click Delete to delete a line card group entry.

Click AddRow to add a new entry, Apply to accept changes, or Reset to abort.

Redundancy Line Cards Information

Slot

Slot number where the line card resides in the chassis.

SubSlot

Subslot number of the line card.

LC Group

Line card group number.

My State

Current state of the line card.

Peer State

Current state of the peer line card.

Peer Slot

Slot number where the peer line card resides in the chassis.

Peer SubSlot

Subslot number where the peer line card resides in the chassis.

Role

Active or standby.

Mode

Redundancy mode of the line card.


TCC Cards

Use this page to view TCC card redundancy information.

Figure 26 TCC Cards Page

Table 27 TCC Cards Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Redundancy TCC Cards Information

Slot

Slot number where the TCC card resides in the chassis.

My State

Current state of the TCC card.

Peer Slot

Slot number of the peer TCC card.

Role

Active or standby.


Switchover

Use this page to manage switchover of the different hardware components.

Figure 27 Switchover Page

Table 28 Switchover Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Supervisor Redundancy Switchover

Force Switchover

Click Force Switchover to forcefully switch over the Supervisor cards in the chassis.

LineCard Redundancy Switchover

Switchover From(Slot)

Use the drop-down list to choose a line card (slot number) and click Switchover to make it switch over with its standby card.

TCC Card Redundancy Switchover

Switchover From(Slot)

Click Switchover to make it switch over with the standby TCC card.

Redundancy Reload Config

Redundancy Facility (RF) reload

Use the drop-down list to choose a reload type and click Reload to reset the cards.

Use peer to reload only the standby card or shelf to reload both the active and standby cards.


QAM

Use the tree-based navigation on the QAM page to do this:

QAM—View QAM line card details.

RF Profile—Create RF profiles.

Frequency Profile—Create frequency profiles.

Logical QAM Group—View logical QAM group details.

Cable Mode—View assigned QAM cable mode details for the selected line card.

DS384 slot—Configure RF port and QAM channel downstream parameters for a line card.

QAM Replication—Create and manage QRGs.

QAM

Use this page to view the QAM line card details.

Figure 28 QAM Page

Table 29 QAM Page Field Description 

Field
Description

QAM Line Cards Details

QAM Card

Lists the QAM line cards installed in the chassis.

Slot

Slot number where the line card resides in the chassis.

Description

Describes the line card composition.

LED Status

Indicates the current state of the line card.


RF Profile

Use this page to view, edit, or delete existing RF profiles or create new RF profiles.

Figure 29 RF Profile Page

Table 30 RF Profile Creation Page Field Description 

Field
Description

RF Profile Creation

Profile Id

Chassis level RF profile ID with name.

Note Enter only the RF profile name while creating a new RF profile. The ID is auto generated.

Modulation

Use the drop-down list to choose a QAM modulation format for the RF profile.

Annex

Use the drop-down list to choose an MPEG framing format (annex) for the RF profile.

Int Depth1

Use the drop-down list to choose the first interleaver depth value for the RF profile.

Int Depth2

Use the drop-down list to choose the second interleaver depth value for the RF profile.

Symbol Rate

Enter the symbol rate for the RF profile. The valid range is from 3500000 to 7000000 symbols per second.

Delete

Check the checkbox to delete an RF profile.

Or click Select All to check the Delete checkbox for all RF profile entries except the default RF profile, which was generated by the system.

Click Delete to delete the checked RF profile entries.

Click AddRow to add a new RF profile entry, Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.


Frequency Profile

Use this page to view, edit, or delete existing frequency profiles or create new frequency profiles.

Figure 30 Frequency Profile Page

Table 31 Frequency Profile Creation Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Frequency Profile Creation

Profile Id

Chassis level frequency profile name.

Lane1 Start Frequency

Enter lane 1 start frequency value. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane1 Blocks Frequency

Enter lane 1 block start frequency. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane2 Start Frequency

Enter lane 2 start frequency value. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane2 Blocks Frequency

Enter lane 2 block start frequency. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane3 Start Frequency

Enter lane 3 start frequency value. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane3 Blocks Frequency

Enter lane 3 block start frequency. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane4 Start Frequency

Enter lane 4 start frequency value. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Lane4 Blocks Frequency

Enter lane 4 block start frequency. The valid range is from 48000000 to 995000000.

Delete

Check the checkbox to delete an RF profile.

Or click Select All to check the Delete checkbox for all frequency profile entries except the default frequency profile, which was generated by the system.

Click Delete to delete the checked frequency profile entries.

Click AddRow to add a new frequency profile entry, Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.


Logical QAM Group

Use this page to view logical QAM group details.

Figure 31 Logical QAM Group Page

Table 32 Logical QAM Group Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Logical QAM Group Details

QAM Card

Lists the QAM line cards installed in the chassis.

Slot

Slot number where the line card resides in the chassis.

Logical QAM Group ID

Lists the logical QAM group identifier for the line card.

Action

Click Details to view detailed logical QAM group information for the Logical QAM Group ID.

Logical QAM Group-Slot: slot, Logical QAM Group ID: slot

RF Profile ID

The RF profile ID for the selected group ID.

First Port

First port location of the group ID.

Associated Qam Carrier ids

QAM carrier IDs associated with the first port of the group ID.

Second Port

Second port location of the group ID.

Associated Qam Carrier ids

QAM carrier IDs associated with the second port of the group ID.


Cable Mode

Use this page to view the count of assigned and unassigned cable mode details for the selected line card.

Figure 32 Cable Mode Page

Table 33 Cable Mode Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Line Card Cable Mode Information

Slot

Use the drop-down list to choose a line card to view its cable mode information.

Local DEPI Channels

Total number of local DEPI channels configured on the line card.

Remote DEPI Channels

Total number of remote DEPI channels configured on the line card.

Local Video Channels

Total number of local video channels configured on the line card.

Remote Video Channels

Total number of remote video channels configured on the line card.

Unassigned Channels

Total number of unassigned channels available on the line card.


DS384 slot

Use this page to view or edit the existing RF port and QAM channel downstream parameters for the selected Cisco DS-384 line card.

Figure 33 RF Ports Configuration - DS384 slot Pane

Figure 34 QAM Channel Configuration - DS384 slot Pane

Table 34 DS384 slot Page Field Description 

Field
Description

RF Ports Configuration - DS384 slot

RF Port

QAM interface information.

Qam Carriers

Enter the maximum number of QAM carrriers configurable on a port. The valid range is from 1 to 128. The acceptable values are 1/2 or multiples of 4.

RF Shut

Use the drop-down list to enable or disable the integrated upconverter on the line card.

Note This field is always displayed as N/A.

Lock

Use the drop-down list to lock or unlock the QAM interface configuration.

Note This field is always displayed as N/A.

Frequency Type

Use the drop-down list to set the frequency type for the RF port.

Frequency Profile ID/Start Frequency

When the Frequency Type is selected as User Defined, use the drop-down list to set the frequency profile to be used on the QAM interface.

When the Frequency Type is selected as Fixed, enter the start frequency for lane 1 on this port. The valid range for downstream frequency is from 45000000 to 995000000.

If-OutPut

Use the drop-down list to activate the downstream port.

Note This field is always displayed as Normal.

RF Power

Enter the default RF power value.

Click Apply to accept changes and Reset to abort.

Note Changes applied on an RF port are applied on the channels too.

QAM Channel Configuration - DS384 slot

Qam Channel

QAM interface information.

Carrier Id

Carrier ID of the QAM channel.

Cable Mode

Use the drop-down list to choose a cable mode for the QAM channel.

Note You can configure the DEPI and video cable modes.

RF Shut

Use the drop-down list to enable or disable the integrated upconverter on the line card.

Lock

Use the drop-down list to lock or unlock QAM interface configuration.

LQAM Grp

Enter the logical QAM group value. The valid range is from 1 to 48 per line card.

RF Profile

Use the drop-down list to choose the RF profile to be used on the QAM channel.

Tsid

Enter the downstream transport stream identifier. The valid range is from 1 to 65535.

Frequency

Enter the downstream carrier center frequency. The valid range is from 45000000 to 999000000.

Int Depth

Use the drop-down list to choose the interleaver depth value for the QAM channel.

If-OutPut

Use the drop-down list to activate the downstream port.

RF Power

Enter the RF output power level in dBmV. The valid range is from 30 to 60. The format is XY.Z and the default value for Z is 0.

Click Apply to accept changes and Reset to abort.

Note You can repeat these configurations at the RF port and QAM channel level using the tree-based navigation at the line card level.


DS48 slot

Use this page to view or edit the existing RF port and QAM channel downstream parameters for the selected Cisco DS-48 line card.

Figure 35 RF Ports Configuration - DS48 slot Pane

Figure 36 QAM Channel Configuration - DS48 slot Pane

Table 35 DS48 slot Page Field Description 

Field
Description

RF Ports Configuration - DS48 slot

RF Port

QAM interface information.

RF Shut

Use the drop-down list to enable or disable the integrated upconverter on the line card.

Stacking

Use the drop-down list to set the frequency stacking.

Annex Type

Use the drop-down list to set the MPEG framing format.

Frequency

Enter the first QAM downstream center frequency. The valid range for downstream frequency is from 85000000 to 999000000.

If-OutPut

Use the drop-down list to activate the downstream port.

Modulation

Use the drop-down list to set the QAM modulation format.

RF Power

Enter the RF output power level in dBmV. The valid range is from 30 to 60. The format is XY.Z and the default value for Z is 0.

Symbol Rate

Enter the symbol rate. The valid range is from 3500000 to 7000000.

Click Apply to accept changes and Reset to abort.

Note Changes applied on an RF port are applied on the channels too.

QAM Channel Configuration - DS48 slot

Qam Carrier

QAM interface information.

Cable Mode

Use the drop-down list to choose a DEPI mode for the QAM channel.

Note Video features are not supported on the Cisco DS-48 line card.

RF Shut

Use the drop-down list to enable or disable the integrated upconverter on the line card.

Lock

Use the drop-down list to lock or unlock QAM interface configuration.

Tsid

Enter the downstream transport stream identifier. The valid range is from 1 to 65535.

Frequency

Enter the downstream carrier center frequency. The valid range is from 85000000 to 999000000.

Int Level

Use the drop-down list to choose the interleaver level value for the QAM channel.

Int Depth

Use the drop-down list to choose the interleaver depth value for the QAM channel.

Click Apply to accept changes and Reset to abort.

Note You can repeat these configurations at the RF port and QAM channel level using the tree-based navigation at the line card level.


QAM Replication

Use this page to view configured QRG information for selected line card or all line cards in the chassis.

Figure 37 QAM Replication Page

Table 36 QAM Replication Page Field Description 

Field
Description

QAM Replication Information

Line Card

Use the drop-down list to choose a line card or all to view its QAM replication summary information.

QAM Replication Summary

QRG

QAM replication group (QRG) configured on the line card.

Pilot QAM

Pilot QAM of the QRG.

Replicate QAMs

Replicate QAMs of the pilot QAM in a QRG.


DS384 slot

Use this page to view, or edit existing QAM replication information or add new QAM replication groups.

Figure 38 Qam Replication- DS384 slot Page

Table 37 DS384 slot Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Qam Replication- DS384 slot

Qam Replication Group Summary

QRG

QAM replication group (QRG) configured on the line card.

Pilot QAM

Pilot QAM of the QRG.

Replicate QAMs

Replicate QAMs of the pilot QAM in a QRG.

Click Add QRG to view Group Config pane to add, edit or delete a QRG.

Group Config

Replication Group Type

Use the drop-down list to choose a replication group type.

NEW—To create a new group and assign a group number automatically.

Exist—To list existing QRGs in the Replication Group drop-down list and edit or delete its information.

USER DEFINED—To create a new group and manually assign a group number to it.

Replication Group

Enter the QAM group name.

Pilot Qam

Use the drop-down list to assign a QAM interface as the pilot QAM for the QRG.

Replicate Qam Config

Replicate Qam

Click Add and use the drop-down list to assign replicate QAMs for the pilot QAM in the QRG.

Click Apply to accept changes, Reset to abort, Delete to delete a QRG entry or Summary to view the QAM Replication Group Summary pane.


DEPI

Use the tree-based navigation on the DEPI page to do the following:

DEPI—View DEPI session count information for the chassis and line card.

DEPI Class—Create new DEPI class and view existing DEPI class information.

L2TP Class—Create new L2TP class and view existing L2TP class information.

DEPI Tunnel—Create DEPI tunnels and view existing DEPI tunnel information.

Session—View chassis and line card DEPI manual and L2TP session information.

DEPI

Use this page to view chassis and line card DEPI session count information.

Figure 39 DEPI Page

Table 38 DEPI Page Field Description 

Field
Description

DEPI Global Session Information

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the chassis.

DEPI Line Card Session Information

Slot

Slot where the line card resides.

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the line card.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the line card.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the line card.


DEPI Class

Use this page to create and configure DEPI classes.

Figure 40 DEPI Class Page

Table 39 DEPI Class Page Field Description 

Field
Description

DEPI Class Configuration

DEPI Class Name

Enter the DEPI class name.

DEPI Mode

Use the drop-down list to configure the DEPI mode.

Click Apply to accept changes or Summary to view all the DEPI classes configured in the chassis.

DEPI Class Information

DEPI Class Name

Lists all the DEPI classes configured in the chassis.

Delete

Check the checkbox to delete a DEPI class.

Or click Select All to check the Delete checkbox for all DEPI class entries.

Click Delete to delete the checked DEPI class entries.


L2TP Class

Use this page to view or configure DEPI L2TP class information.

Figure 41 L2TP Page

Figure 42 L2TP Advanced Configuration Page

Table 40 DEPI Class Page Field Description 

Field
Description

L2TP Class Configuration

L2TP Class Name

Enter the L2TP class name.

Click Apply to accept changes or Summary to view all the L2TP classes configured in the chassis.

L2TP Class Information

L2TP Class Name

Lists all the L2TP classes configured in the chassis.

Delete

Check the checkbox to delete a L2TP class.

Or click Select All to check the Delete checkbox for all L2TP class entries.

Click Delete to delete the checked L2TP class entries.

Click Show Advanced Config to configure advanced L2TP class configuration.

Accounting Method List Name

Method list used for accounting.

Authentication

Check to authenticate the L2TP control connection.

Cookie Size(Bytes)

Local cookie option. Use the drop-down list to set the cookie size.

Digest

Check the checkbox to send digest authentication messages for the L2TP control connection.

Digest Check

Check the checkbox to enable message digest validation.

Digest Hash

Use the drop-down list to choose the message digest hash function.

Digest Secret

Enter the message digest shared secret encryption and string.

Hello Message Interval(Secs)

Enter the HELLO message interval.

Hidden Control Messages

Check the checkbox to hide AVPs in outgoing control messages.

Hostname

Enter the local hostname for control connection authentication.

Password

Enter the password for control connection authentication, AVP hiding.

Receive Window Size

Enter the receive window size for the control connection.

Retransmission Initial Retries

Enter the control message retransmission parameters.

Retransmission Initial Timeout

Use the drop-down list to set the minimum or maximum number of retries before tearing down a control connection.

Retransmission Retries

Enter the SCCRQ message retry or timeout settings.

Retransmission Timeout

Use the drop-down list to set the minimum or maximum number of retries before tearing down a control connection.

Timeout Control Connection(Secs)

Enter the control connection timeout parameters.

Click Apply to accept changes. Click Hide Advanced Config to hide the advanced configuration fields.


DEPI Tunnel

Use this page to view or configure the DEPI tunnel.

Figure 43 DEPI Tunnel Page

Table 41 DEPI Tunnel Page Field Description 

Field
Description

DEPI Tunnel Configuration

DEPI Tunnel Name

Enter the DEPI tunnel name.

DEPI Class Name

Use the drop-down list to choose a DEPI class for the DEPI tunnel.

L2TP Class Name

Use the drop-down list to choose an L2TP class for the DEPI tunnel.

Destination IP Address

Enter the CMTS IP address.

Protect Tunnel

Use the drop-down list to choose the protect tunnel for the DEPI tunnel.

Click Apply to accept changes. Click Summary to view all the DEPI tunnels configured in the chassis. Click View DEPI Tunnel to view the DEPI tunnel information.

DEPI Tunnel Information

DEPI Tunnel Name

Lists all the DEPI tunnels configured in the chassis.

Delete

Check the checkbox to delete a DEPI tunnel.

Or click Select All to check the Delete checkbox for all DEPI tunnel entries.

Click Delete to delete the checked DEPI tunnel entries.

DEPI Tunnel Information

Local Tunnel ID

Local tunnel IDs.

Remote Tunnel ID

Remote tunnel IDs.

Remote Name

Remote tunnel name.

State

State of the tunnel.

Remote Address

Remote tunnel IP address.

Session Count

Session count for the DEPI tunnel.

L2TP Class

L2TP class information for the DEPI tunnel.


Session

Use this page to view chassis and line card DEPI session count information.

Figure 44 Session Page

Table 42 Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

DEPI Global Session Information

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the chassis.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the chassis.

DEPI Line Card Session Information

Slot

Slot where the line card resides. Use the drop-down list to choose a line card and click View Details to view its DEPI session information.

Total Manual DEPI Session

Total number of manual DEPI sessions on the line card.

Total L2TP DEPI Session

Total number of L2TP DEPI sessions on the line card.

Total DEPI Session

Total number of DEPI sessions on the line card.

DEPI Session Slot slot Details

Session ID

DEPI session ID. Click a session ID to view its DEPI session information.

Session Type

DEPI session type.

Session State

DEPI session current state.

QAM Chn

QAM channel information for the DEPI session.

PW Type

DEPI mode for the DEPI session.

Carrier ID

Carrier ID for the DEPI session.


Line Card slot

Use this page to view or configure DEPI sessions on a line card.

Figure 45 Line Card slot Cable Mode Configuration Page

Figure 46 Line Card slot DEPI Session Configuration Pane

Figure 47 DEPI Session Slot slot Information Pane

Table 43 Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Line Card slot Cable Mode Configuration

Qam Channel

QAM channel information.

Cable Mode

Configured cable mode information (DEPI/Video/Unassigned).

Session Type

Use the drop-down list to choose a DEPI session parameter for manual or L2TP DEPI sessions.

Offset

Enter the DOCSIS timing offset for the QAM channel.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.

Line Card slot DEPI Session Configuration

Qam Channel

QAM channels with mode set as DEPI.

LBG/Remote Type

DEPI cable mode details for the QAM channel.

IP Address/Tunnel

Use the drop-down lis to choose the destination IP address or the DEPI tunnel name for the QAM channel.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.

Click Summary to view summary information of all DEPI sessions configured on the line card.

DEPI Session Slot slot Information

Session ID

DEPI session ID. Click a session ID to view its DEPI session information.

Session Type

DEPI session type.

Session State

DEPI session current state.

QAM Chn

QAM channel information for the DEPI session.

PW Type

DEPI mode for the DEPI session.

Carrier ID

Carrier ID for the DEPI session.

Note The same depi session configurations can be done at the RF port and QAM channel level using the tree-based navigation available at the line card level.


Video

Use the tree-based navigation on the Video page to do the following:

Video—View video session count information for chassis and line card.

QAM-Service Group—Create new QAM service groups and update information for existing QAM service groups.

Video Timeout—Configure video timeout parameters.

QAM Partition—Create new QAM partitions and update information for existing QAM partitions.

Routes—View summary information of existing routes, create new routes and update information for existing routes.

Multicast Uplinks—Configure multicast routing, multicast uplinks and PIM information.

Multicast Labels—View summary information of existing multicast labels, create new multicast labels and update information for existing multicast labels.

Local Session—View summary information of existing local sessions, create new local sessions and update information for existing local sessions.

Video

Use this page to view the chassis and line card video session count information.

Figure 48 Video Page

Table 44 Video Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Global Session Information

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast sessions on the chassis.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast sessions on the chassis.

Total Video Session

Total number of video sessions on the chassis.

Video Line Card Session Information

Slot

Slot where the line card resides.

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast sessions on the line card.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast sessions on the line card.

Total Video Session

Total number of video sessions on the line card.


QAM-Service Group

Use this page to create new QAM service group and for updating information for existing QAM groups that belong to a particular service group.

Figure 49 QAM-Service Group Pane

Figure 50 QAM-Service Group Config Pane

Table 45 QAM-Service Group Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Qam-Service Group

Service Group

Lists the QAM service groups configured on the chassis and QAM service group summary. Use the drop-down list to:

Choose Qam-Service Summary to view the Service Group Summary pane.

Note Or click the Summary button to view the Service Group Summary pane.

or

Choose a QAM service group to view, edit, add or delete its QAM group.

Service Group Summary

Service Group

Lists all QAM service groups. Click a group name to view, edit, add or delete QAM groups to it.

Note You can configure a maximum of 50 QAM service groups and QAM groups.

Click Add button in the Qam-Service Group pane to create a new QAM service group and add QAM groups to it in the Qam-Service Group Config pane.

Qam-Service Group Config

Service Group

Enter the QAM service group name.

Qam Group

Enter the QAM group information and click Add button to add it to the QAM service group.

Click Apply button to accept changes, Reset button to abort, or Delete button to delete an entry.


Video Timeout

Use this page to configure video timeout parameters.

Figure 51 Video Timeout Configuration Page

Table 46 Video Timeout Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Init Timer

Timeout threshold value for init sessions. The valid range is from 100 to 60000 (in msec).

Idle Timer

Timeout threshold value for idle sessions. The valid range is from 100 to 5000 (in msec).

Off Timer

Timeout threshold value for off sessions. The valid range is from 1 to 4294967295 (in seconds).

Click Apply button to accept changes or click Reset button to abort.


QAM Partition

Use this page to create new user-defined QAM partitions and for updating information for existing QAM partitions that belong to a particular partition.

Figure 52 QAM-Partition Summary Pane

Figure 53 QAM-Partition Config for ERMI protocol Pane

Figure 54 QAM-Partition Config for GQI protocol Pane

Table 47 QAM Partition Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Qam Partition

Qam Partition

Lists the QAM partitions configured on the chassis and QP summary. Use the drop-down list to:

Choose QP Summary to view the Qam-Partition Summary pane.

Note Or click the Summary button to view the Qam-Partition Summary pane.

or

Choose a QAM partition to view, edit or delete information.

Qam Partition Summary

Qam Partition

Lists all QAM partitions configured in the system. Click a QAM partition to view and edit its information in the Qam-Partition Config pane.

Protocol

Protocol used for communicating with the video server (GQI or ERMI).

Mgmt IP

Management IP address for the QAM partition.

State

Current state of the QAM partition.

No of Server

Number of servers.

Total QAM Carriers

Total number of QAM carriers in the QAM partition.

Total Routes

Total number of routes used by the QAM partition.

Qam-Partition Config

In the Add mode, you can edit all the fields, but in the edit mode, you can edit only some fields.

Qam Partition

View or add a QAM partition.

You can create 50 user-defined QAM partitions. These are used for remote video sessions.

Protocol

View or use the drop-down list to choose the protocol to be used for communicating with the video server (GQI or ERMI).

Mgmt Ip Address

View or use the drop-down list to choose the management IP address for the QAM partition.

Activate

Check or uncheck the checkbox to activate or deactivate the QAM partition.

Note You cannot edit a QAM partition in active state.

The following fields are listed when the protocol used for communicating with the video server is set as GQI.

MAC Address

View or use the drop-down list to choose the Cisco RFGW-10 MAC address.

Timeout Period

Enter the time interval (in seconds) between the keepalive retry attempts. The valid range is from 1 to 45.

Number of Retry

Enter the keepalive retry time interval. A maximum of three retry attempts are allowed. The valid retry range is from 0 to 10. The default keepalive is 5 seconds.

SDV Bindings service

Specify the SDV binding service.

The following fields are listed when the protocol used for communicating with the video server is set as ERMI.

RTSP connect-retry

Enter the RTSP connection retry time interval. The valid range is from 1 to 10.

RTSP connect-time

Enter the RTSP connection time in seconds. The valid range is from 10 to 200.

RTSP keepalive

Enter the keepalive time interval for the RTSP connection. The valid range is from 1 to 300.

RTSP session-timeout

Enter the RTSP session timeout interval for the connection. The valid range is from 10800 to 36000.

ERRP component-name

Enter the ERMI component name for the QAM partition.

ERRP connect-retry

Enter the connection retry time interval in seconds. The valid range is from 1 to 10.

ERRP connect-time

Enter the connection time in seconds. The valid range is from 10 to 100.

ERRP hold-time

Enter the hold time in seconds. The valid range is from 3 to 240 seocnds.

ERRP streaming-zone

Enter the ERMI streaming zone for the QAM partition.

Server Information

Server IP Address

View or add the IP address of an external server. You can add a maximum of three servers when the protocol is GQI or a maximum of 10 servers when the protocol is ERMI.

Server State

Displays the current state of the server.

Click Apply button to accept changes, Reset button to abort, Delete button to delete an entry, or Add button to add information.


QAM Config

Use this page to manage and assign video QAM related configuration for a line card.

DS384 Line Card

Use this page to manage and assign QAM partitions to a QAM channel.

Figure 55 DS384 slot Video Qam Channel Configuration Pane

Table 48 DS384 Line Card Video QAM Channel Configuration Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Qam Channel

Lists the QAM channels available on the line card.

Cable Mode

QAM channel cable video mode. Use the drop-down list to select a cable video mode for the QAM channel.

Cable video modes include:

Video Clear—Configures video session remotely.

Video Encrypt—Enables encryption for remote video session on the QAM.

Video Local—Configures video session locally.

Qam-Partition

Lists the QAM partition IDs configured on the line card. The valid range is from 1 to 50.

Use the drop-down list to assign a QAM partition to the QAM channel.

You must configure the QAM channel to include it in video clear or video encrypt cable mode, and you must create the partition before assigning it to the channel.

Ext-Channel

Enter the output port number used in ERM to represent a QAM channel and for GQI protocol QAM partition. The valid range is from 1-65535.

Qam Group

Lists the QAM groups configured on the line card.

Use the drop-down list to assign a QAM group to the QAM channel.

You must configure the QAM channel to include it in video clear or video encrypt cable mode, and you must create the partition before assigning it to the channel.

PSI-Interval

Enter the Program Specific Information (PSI) nterval. The valid range is from 40 to 1000 ms. The default value is 100 ms.

Click Apply button to accept changes or Reset button to abort.

Note You can repeat these configurations at the RF port and QAM channel level using the tree-based navigation at the line card level.


Routes

Use this page to view configured route details for specific line card and load balancing groups.

Figure 56 Video Route Summary Pane

Table 49 Video Route Information Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Route Information

Line Card

Use the drop-down list to select a line card to view its video route information or All to view a summary of all routes configured on the line card.

Load Balance Group

Use the drop-down list to select a load balance group available on the selected line card to view its route information or All to view a summary of all load balancing group route information.


Table 50 Video Route Summary Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Route Summary

Slot

Slot number of the line card.

LBG

Load balancing group identifier.

Qam Partition

QAM partition number.

IP Address

Destination IP address.

UDP Start Port

Starting UDP port number.

UDP End Port

Ending UDP port number.

I/P Port

GQI ingress port number.

Res Bitrate

Reserved bitrate (in Kbps).

Alloc Bitrate

Allocated bitrate (in Kbps).

Sessions

Number of sessions.


DS384 Line Card

Use this page to view or configure a Cisco DS-384 line card video route information.

Figure 57 Video Route Slot slot Summary Pane

Figure 58 Video Route Config Pane

Table 51 Video Route Slot slot Configuration Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Route Slot slot Configuration

Load Balance Group

Lists the load balance groups on the line card and Route Summary. Use the drop-down list to:

Choose Route Summary to view complete route summary information.

Note Or click the Summary button to view complete route summary information.

or

Choose a load balance group to view its information.

Video Route Summary

Load Balance Group

Load balancing groups. Click a group to edit its information in the Video Route Config pane.

Qam Partition

QAM partition number.

IP Address

Destination IP address.

UDP Start Port

Starting UDP port number.

UDP End Port

Ending UDP port number.

I/P Port

GQI ingress port number.

Bitrate

Reserved bitrate (in Kbps).

Delete

Check the checkbox against an entry and click Delete button to delete its information.

Video Route Config

In the Add mode, you can edit all fields, but in the Edit mode, you can edit only some fields.

Note In Edit mode, the route being edited is first deleted and then created as new with the latest information.

Load Balance Group

Choose a load balancing group identifier. The valid value is 1 or 2.

Qam Partition

Choose a QAM partition identifier. The valid range is from 1 to 50. Default partition IDs are used for local video sessions.

Ip Address

Destination IP address of the video route.

UDP Start Port

Enter the starting or low UDP port number. The valid range is from 1 to 65535.

UDP End Port

Enter the ending or high UDP port number. The valid range is from 1 to 65535.

Input Port

Enter the input port number for the GQI interface. The valid range is from 1 to 100.

Bitrate

Enter the reserved bandwidth to be used for the partition in Kbps. The valid range is 1 to 9100000.

Click Apply button to accept changes or Reset button to abort.


Multicast Uplinks

Use this page to do the following:

Multicast Routing and PIM—Enable or disable multicast routing and PIM SSM.


Note You must enable multicast routing on the Cisco RFGW-10 before setting the GigabitEthernet or TenGigabitEthernet port for multicast routing. The interfaces that receive the multicast traffic must also be set in multicast mode.


Multicast Uplink—Configure multicast routing such as uplink interface, backup interface and bandwidth.

Figure 59 Multicast Uplinks Pane

Table 52 Multicast Uplinks Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Multicast Routing and PIM

Multicast IP Routing

Select or deselect multicast IP routing.

Pim SSM

Select or deselect PIM SSM.

Multicast Uplinks

Uplink Interface

GigabitEthernet or TenGigabitEthernet uplink interface number.

Status

Status of the uplink interface.

Alloc Streams

Allocated number of streams for the uplink interface.

Max Bandwidth

Maximum bandwidth for the uplink interface (in Kbps). The valid range is from 1 to 1000000.

Bandwidth

Bandwidth of the uplink interface (in Kbps). The valid range is from 1 to 1000000.

Backup Interface

Use the drop-down list to choose the backup interface for the uplink interface.

Backup Activated

Backup activation status for the uplink interface.

Delete

Check the checkbox against an entry and click Delete button to delete its information.

Click AddRow button to add an entry, Select All button to select all entries listed in this page, Apply button to accept changes or Reset button to abort.


Multicast Labels

Use this page to create new multicast labels for video sessions. You can create both ASM and SSM multicast labels. This page has two panes for label creation; Multicast Label Creator and Labels.

Use Multicast Label Creator pane to create multiple label entries with the same information at a time.

Use the Add New button in the Labels pane to create one label at a time.

Figure 60 Multicast Label Creator Pane

Figure 61 Labels Pane

Table 53 Multicast Labels Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Multicast Label Creator

Labels to Create

Enter the number of labels to be created.

Note A maximum of 500 labels is recommended in an attempt for higher performance.

Labels Root Name

Enter the multicast label name. For example, video_multicast.

Label Name Suffix Starting Number

Enter a numerical value to be suffixed to the multicast label name. For example, video_multicast1.

Label Name Suffix Increment per Label

Enter a numerical value to be used for incrementing the label name suffix starting number (per label).

Input Interface

Use the drop-down list to choose the input interface.

Base Mcast GroupIP

Enter the IP address for the multicast group.

Increment of Mcast GrpIP Per Label

Enter the increment value for the multicast group IP address per label.

ASM

Select to configure the Any Source Multicast (ASM) session definition.

SSM

Select to configure the Source Specific Multicast (SSM) session definition.

Source IP's

Enter the multicast source IP address pairs (Src1, Src2, Src3). An SSM session is identified by the source or group IP address pairs. Specify a maximum of three multicast address pairs in an SSM multicast session.

Jitter(ms)

Enter the jitter buffer size in ms. The valid range is from 10 to 200.

Bitrate(bps)

Enter the bitrate of the session in bps. The valid range is from 1 to 52000000.

CBR Stream

Select or deselect constant bitrate streaming.

Click Create Labels button to create labels or Reset button to abort.

Labels

Click Add New button to add a new label, Clear New button to clear the newly added label, Delete Invalid button to delete all invalid labels, Apply button to accept changes, Reset button to abort, Delete button to delete the selected label entry, and Select All button to select all label entries listed in this page.

Click a label to edit its information. In edit mode, the label being edited is first deleted and then created as new with the latest information.

ASM/SSM

Use the drop-down list to choose either ASM or SSM.

Label Name

Enter the label name.

MC Group

Enter the multicast group IP address.

Input

Use the drop-down list to choose the input interface for the label.

Source IP1, Source IP2, Source IP3

Enter the source IP address for the label.

CBR

Use the drop-down list to set or unset constant bitrate session.

Bitrate

Enter the bitrate value for the label.

Jitter

Enter the jitter value for the label.

Delete

Check the checkbox against an entry and click Delete button to delete its information.

Note Invalid entries are highlighted in red color.

Note On clicking Apply, if there are invalid entries, an alert message is displayed for deleting all invalid entries.


Local Session

Use this page to view chassis and line card video local session count information.

Figure 62 Video Session slot slot Details Pane

Table 54 Local Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Video Global Session Information

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video sessions on the chassis.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video sessions on the chassis.

Total Video Session

Total number of video sessions on the chassis.

Video Line Card Session Information

Slot

Use the drop-down list to choose a slot and click View Details button to view its video session details.

Total Unicast Session

Total number of unicast video sessions on the selected line card.

Total Multicast Session

Total number of multicast video sessions on the selected line card.

Total Video Session

Total number of video sessions on the selected line card.

Video Session Slot All Details

Session ID

Click a session ID to view its detailed video session information.

QAM Port

QAM port information.

Stream Type

Video session stream type.

Session Type

Video session type.

Ip Address

Video session IP address.

UDP Port

UDP port number.

Out Pgm

Single ProgramTransport Stream (SPTS) or Multiple ProgramTransport Stream (MPTS) program number.

Input Bitrate

Actual bitrate measured on the input.

Input State

State on the input.

Output State

State on the output.

PSI Rdy

PSI ready state.

Ctrl State

Controller state.


DS384 Line Card

Use this page to create or edit unicast or multicast local video sessions on a specific Cisco DS-384 line card.

Figure 63 Session Creator Pane

Figure 64 Sessions Pane

Figure 65 Mcast Labels Selection&Order Pane

Figure 66 Multicast Label Selection Window

Table 55 DS384 Line Card Local Session Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Session Creator - DS384 slot

Input

Choose either Multicast or Unicast for session inputs.

If the input is Multicast, click Edit button available next to Mcast Labels Selection&Order to view, order or select existing multicast labels.

In the Mcast Labels Selection&Order edit window, click Add or AddAll to add the available labels, Remove or RemoveAll to remove selected labels, Move UP or Move Down to order the selected labels, Finish to apply the changes or Cancel to abort.

Go to Fields displayed after choosing multicast labels row in this table to see a description for the fields displayed.

Type

Choose:

Remap—To add a remap session to the QAM interface.

Passthru—To add a pass-through session to the QAM interface.

or

Data—To add a data-piping session to the QAM interface.

Sessions Per Chn

Enter the number of sessions to be created per channel.

Note A maximum of 500 sessions in total is recommended for the selected RF port QAM channel range in an attempt for higher performance.

RF Port Range

Use the drop-down list to choose the RF port range for the session.

Channel Range

Use the drop-down list to choose the channel range listed for the selected RF port.

Note The To or end channel range value selected in this drop-down list cannot exceed the minimum number of channel configured for the selected RF port range.

Dest. IP

Use the drop-down list to choose the destination IP address of the video route.

UDP Range

Use the drop-down list to choose the start and end UDP range value for the selected destination IP address.

Start Value

Enter the UDP port start value. The value should be within the selected UDP range.

Note UDP port start value is not applicable for multicast sessions.

Enter the starting program number. The valid range is from 1 to 65535.

Note The output program number is applicable only for remap sessions. It is not used for passthru and data session types in both unicast and multicast sessions.

Increment of Start Value

Enter the incremental value for the UDP and program number.

For UDP Port:

Per Session—Enter the incremental value to be added to the start value of the UDP Port for every session.

Per Channel—Enter the incremental value to be added to the start value of the UDP Port for every channel.

Per RF Port—Enter the incremental value to be added to the start value of the UDP Port for every RF Port.

For O/p Program Number:

Per Session—Enter the incremental value to be added to the start value of the O/p Prog No. for every session.

Per Channel—Enter the incremental value to be added to the start value of the O/p Prog No. for every channel.

Per RF Port—Enter the incremental value to be added to the start value of the O/p Prog No. for every RF Port.

Jitter(ms)

Enter the jitter value in milliseconds. The valid range is from 10 to 200.

Note This is not applicable for unicast data sessions and all multicast sessions.

Bitrate(bps)

Enter the bitrate value in bits per second. The valid range is from 1 to 51607843.

Note This is not applicable for multicast sessions.

CBR Stream

Select or deselect constant bitrate session streaming for a Passthru session.

Fields displayed after choosing multicast labels

Row

Sequential row numbering.

Label

Selected labels.

Group IP

Multicast group IP address.

Created in first Channel will use labels starting at Row

The first session in the first channel in the starting RF port mentioned in the RF Port Range field uses the label information available in the row number mentioned in this field.

The next subsequent session in the same channel adds 1 to the previous session row number and applies the label information of the resulting row number. Increment by 1 is by default.

Created in subsequent channels will use Labels in Row Starting label row for Previous channel +

The subsequent channels on the same RF port as the first channel, add the row number specified in this field to the row number mentioned in the Created in first Channel will use labels starting at Row field and apply the label information of the resulting row number.

Created in subsequent RF ports will use Labels in Row Starting label row for Previous RF port +

The first session in the first channel in the subsequent RF ports, add the row number specified in the Created in first Channel will use labels starting at Row field to the number specified in this field and apply the label information of the resulting row number.

Click Create Session button to create a session with the values populated in the above fields or click Reset button to abort.

Sessions - DS384 slot

Click Add New button to add a new session, Clear New button to clear the newly added session, Delete Invalid button to delete all invalid sessions, Apply button to accept changes, Reset button to abort, Delete button to delete the selected session entry, and Select All button to select all sessions entries listed in this page.

Click a session to edit its information. In edit mode, the session being edited is first deleted and then created as new with the latest information.

Qam Channel

Lists the QAM channels available on the line card.

Input

Use the drop-down list to choose the session input type.

Type

Use the drop-down list to choose the session stream type.

Input IP

Use the drop-down list to choose the input IP address.

UDP/Mcast Label

Enter or edit the UDP or multicast session label value.

O/P Prog No.

Enter or edit the starting program number.

Bitrate

Enter or edit the bitrate value.

CBR

Use the drop-down list to set the constant bitrate streaming setting to yes or no.

Jitter

Enter or edit the jitter value.

Del

Select a session entry and click the Delete button to delete the entry.

Note Invalid entries are highlighted in red color.

Note On clicking Apply, if there are invalid entries, an alert message is displayed for deleting all invalid entries.

Note You can repeat these configurations at the RF port and QAM channel level using the tree-based navigation at the line card level.


System

Use the tree-based navigation on the System page to do the following:

System—View chassis information and edit the device name.

SNMP—Configure SNMP community strings.

TCC—Configure clear counter and free run of TCC cards.

License—Configure encryption-scrambler and view the license details for the line card.

Interface—Configure interface IP address.

Alarm/Logs—Configure alarm or logs related settings.

Boot Management—Configure system boot and reload parameters.

Config Management—Manage running or startup configuration.

Config TACACS+—Configure TACACS+ configuration.

Common Config—Execute configuration commands.

System

Use this page to view the chassis information and edit the device name.

Figure 67 System Page

Table 56 System Page Field Description 

Field
Description

System Configuration

Device Description

Device information.

IOS Ver @ Active SUP

Cisco IOS-XE version running on the active Supervisor card.

Device Uptime

Time duration of how long the device has been alive.

Device Name

Name of the device. Edit this field to change the name.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.


SNMP

Use this page to configure SNMP community strings.

Table 57 SNMP Page Field Description 

Field
Description

SNMP Community String Configuration

Read Community String

Enter the read community string.

Write Community String

Enter the write community string.

Click Apply to accept changes.


TCC

Use this page to configure clear counter and free run of TCC cards.

Table 58 TCC Page Field Description 

Field
Description

TCC Configuration

Clear Counter

Check the checkbox of the desired TCC card to clear its counter information.

Cable Clock Free Run

Check the checkbox of the desired TCC card to enable cable clock free run or uncheck to disable.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.


License

Use this page to configure encryption-scrambler and view the license details for the line card.

Figure 68 License Page

Table 59 License Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Line Card License Details

Line Card

Use the drop-down list to select a line card.

Encryption - Scrambler

Use the drop-down list to select an encryption option for the line card.

License Capability

License available on the line card.

Downstream Licenses

Downstream license details.

Downstream Span Licenses

Downstream RF spanning license details.

PowerKEY License

Power KEY license details.

Installed

Number of licensed downstreams available on the line card.

Consumed

Number of downstream licenses consumed or used on the line card.

Available

Number of downstream licenses available or unused on the line card.

Forced-Shut

Number of downstreams in the shut state.

Enforced

Status of whether or not the Power Key license is enforced.

Chn with PKEY ON

Number of channels with the Power Key license provisioned on it.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.


Interface

Use this page to configure interface IP address and create new VLAN and loopback interfaces.

Figure 69 Interface Page

Table 60 Interface Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Interface IP Address Configuration

Interface

Interface type and identifier.

IP Address

Enter the IP address for the interface.

N/M Mask

Enter the mask for the interface IP address.

SW

Use the drop-down list to set the switching mode.

Delete

Check the checkbox against an entry and click Delete button to delete its information.

Click AddRow to add an entry, Select All to select all entries listed in this page, Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.

Note The VLAN or Loopback interface syntax is VLAN+numerical value and Loopback+numerical value.


Ethernet

Use this page to configure the Ethernet interface secondary IP address.

Figure 70 Ethernet Page

Table 61 Ethernet Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Ethernet IP Address Configuration

Interface

Use the drop-down list to choose an interface.

IP Address

Enter the IP address for the interface.

N/M Mask

Enter the mask for the interface IP address.

SW

Use the drop-down list to set the switching mode.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.

Click Add to add a secondary IP address for the interface in the Secondary IP Address Config pane.


Vlan

Use this page to configure VLAN interface secondary IP address.

Figure 71 Vlan Page

Table 62 Vlan Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Vlan IP Address Configuration

Interface

Use the drop-down list to choose an interface.

IP Address

Enter the IP address for the interface.

N/M Mask

Enter the mask for the interface IP address.

SW

Use the drop-down list to set the switching mode.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.

Click Add to add a secondary IP address for the interface in the Secondary IP Address Config pane.


LoopBack

Use this page to configure the LoopBack interface secondary IP address.

Table 63 LoopBack Page Field Description 

Field
Description

LoopBack IP Address Configuration

Interface

Use the drop-down list to choose an interface.

IP Address

Enter the IP address for the interface.

N/M Mask

Enter the mask for the interface IP address.

SW

Use the drop-down list to set the switching mode.

Click Apply to accept changes or Reset to abort.

Click Add to add a secondary IP address for the interface in the Secondary IP Address Config pane.


Alarm/Logs

Use this page to manage alarm or logs related settings.

Figure 72 Alarm/Logs Page

Table 64 Alarms/Logs Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Clear Alarms/Logs

Clear Alarm

Use the drop-down list to select alarms of a severity type to be cleared.

Clear Logs

Check the Clear All Logs checkbox to clear all logs in the system.

Click Apply to accept changes.

Alarms/Logs Settings

Logging Alarm

Check the checkbox to enable logging of alarms.

Console Logging

Check the checkbox to enable console logging.

Monitor Logging

Check the checkbox to enable monitor logging.

Buffer Logging

Check the checkbox to enable buffer logging and enter the maximum size of the buffer. The valid range is from 4096 to 2147483647.

Exception Logging Size

Enter the maximum size for logging exception flush. The valid range is from 4096 to 2147483647.

Count & Timestamp Logging Messages

Check the checkbox to enable logging count and timestamp messages.

Trap Logging

Check the checkbox to enable logging of traps.

Logging History Size

Enter the size of the log for maintaining history. The valid range is from 0 to 500.

Click Apply to accept changes.


Boot Management

Use this page to configure system boot and reload parameters. You can boot the image from bootflash, TFTP server or disk.

Figure 73 Boot Management Page

Table 65 Boot Management Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Boot System Management

Boot Config

Check the Auto Boot checkbox to enable automatic booting.

Boot From

Use the drop-down list to choose from where the boot file resides.

TFTP Server Ip Address

Enter the TFTP server IP address.

Image Path

Enter the location or path of the boot file.

Click Apply to accept changes.

Reload

Last Reload Reason

Reason why the last reload occured.

Reload Type

Use the drop-down list to choose the component to be reloaded.

Chassis—To reload both the active and standby Supervisor cards.

Active-Sup—To reload the active Supervisor card.

Stdby-Sup—To reload the standby Supervisor card.

Line card or TCC—To reset the hw-module.

Click Reload to reload the component selected in Reload Type field.


Config Management

Use this page to manage chassis configuration.

Figure 74 Config Management Page

Table 66 Config Management Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Show Running Configuration

Click Show Config to view the current show running configuration. Use the Show Option drop-down list to filter the output.

Save Running Configuration

Use the Save To drop-down list to choose a location and click Save Config to save the running configuration to that location.

Load Configuration

Use the Load From drop-down list to choose a location and click Load Config to load the configuration from that location to the startup-config.

Reset to Factory Defaults

Click Reset Config to reset the configuration to factory defaults.


Config TACACS+

Use this page to configure Terminal Access Controller Access Control System+ (TACACS+) for user dial-up authentication to a Network Access Server (NAS).

Figure 75 TACACS Configuration Page

Table 67 Config TACACS+ Page Field Description 

Field
Description

TACACS Configuration

TACACS Server Host

Enter TACACS server IP address.

TACACS Server Key

Enter TACACS server key value.

Click Apply to accept changes, Reset to abort, Remove to delete the TACACS configuration.


Common Config

Use this page to execute configuration commands.

Table 68 Common Config Page Field Description 

Field
Description

Common Configuration

CLI

Enter a command and click Apply to accept changes or Clear to clear the command entered.


How to Use the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Tool

This section describes how to monitor and configure the Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM using the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI tool:

Configuring the Cisco RFGW-10 Management Port IP Address

Enabling the IOS HTTP Server in Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM

Configuring Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM with a Local Username and Password

Connecting the Cisco RFGW-10 Using a Web Browser

Using Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Home Page

Troubleshooting Tips

Configuring the Cisco RFGW-10 Management Port IP Address

Complete these steps to configure the Cisco RFGW-10 management port IP address.


Step 1 Connect a network cable to the management port located on the front panel of the Cisco RFGW-10 chassis.

Step 2 Telnet and log in using your credentials.

Step 3 Verify that the system has IP interfaces that are not assigned to an IP address.

Step 4 Assign the Cisco RFGW-10 IP address to an IP interface.

Step 5 Ensure that the selected IP interface is up and active.


Configuring VRF on a FastEthernet

To configure virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) on a FastEthernet interface, use the following commands:

Router> enable
Router# configure terminal
Router(config)# interface fastethernet number
Router(config-if)# ip vrf forwarding vrf-name
Router(config-vrf)# ip address mgmt-ip-address ip-address-mask
Router(config-vrf)# speed auto
Router(config-vrf)# duplex auto
Router(config-vrf)# end

Following is a sample output of VRF on a FastEthernet interface:

Router# show running-config interface fa1

Building configuration...

Current configuration : 126 bytes

!

interface FastEthernet1

ip vrf forwarding Mgmt-vrf

ip address 10.78.179.189 255.255.255.128

speed auto

duplex auto

end

Configuring Management IP VRF

To configure default gateway for the management VRF for establishing connection, use the following commands:

Router> enable
Router# configure terminal
Router(config)# ip vrf vrf-name 
Router(config-vrf)# ip vrf forwarding vrf-name 
Router(config-vrf)# ip route vrf vrf-name destination-prefix destination-prefix-mask 
default-gateway
Router(config-vrf)# end
 
 

Following is a sample output of management VRF on a FastEthernet interface:

Router# show running-config interface fa1

ip vrf Mgmt-vrf
ip vrf forwarding Mgmt-vrf
ip route vrf Mgmt-vrf 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.78.179.129 
 
 

Enabling the IOS HTTP Server in Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM

To enable the IOS HTTP server in Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM, use the following commands in global configuration mode:

Router(config)# ip http server
Router(config)# ip http authentication local

Configuring Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM with a Local Username and Password

To configure the Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM with a local username and password, use the following command in global configuration mode:

Router(config)# username name [privilege level] password encryption-type password
 
 

The level is a number between 0 and 15 that specifies the privilege level for the user. You can specify up to sixteen privilege levels, using numbers 0 through 15. Level 1 is normal EXEC-mode user privileges and 15 is the enable privileges.


Note The Cisco RFGW-10 GUI allows only privilege level 15 users to log in to the GUI application.


The encryption-type is a single-digit number that defines whether the text immediately following is encrypted, and, if so, what type of encryption is used. Currently the defined encryption types are 0 and 7; 0 means that the text which follows immediately is not encrypted, and 7 means that the text is encrypted using a Cisco-defined encryption algorithm.

If the HTTP server is not enabled in the Cisco RFGW-10 UEQAM chassis, the GUI does not display any information because there is no communication with the chassis.

Connecting the Cisco RFGW-10 Using a Web Browser

You can connect the Cisco RFGW-10 to a web browser. Open a web browser and enter the management port IP address (http://<rfgw-ip-address>). The Cisco RFGW-10 Summary page is displayed.

Using Cisco RFGW-10 GUI Home Page

You can do the following on the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI home page:

Visit the different monitoring and configuration pages by clicking the desired page title on the banner. See the Information About Cisco RFGW-10 GUI section for more information on these pages.

Figure 76 GUI Banner

Save the current configuration by clicking Save on the banner.

Reload the current page by clicking Refresh on the banner. This resolves page loading issues such as page design, script errors and so on.

Reload the GUI application by clicking Restart on the banner. This populates the current chassis configuration.


Note You need to restart the GUI by clicking Restart when the QAM carriers are downgraded or upgraded, a redundancy group configuration is changed, or after a switchover.


See release information by clicking About on the banner.

Troubleshooting Tips

Symptom    Unable to connect to the web interface.

Possible Cause    The Cisco RFGW-10 IP address is not reachable.

Recommended Action    Access the application using a web browser that has IP connectivity to the chassis. The assigned IP address should be reachable from the client system, otherwise check the IP address configuration.

Possible Cause    The Cisco RFGW-10 IP address interface is not up.

Recommended Action    Make sure that the assigned IP address IP interface is up and active.

Possible Cause    Incomplete HTTP server start-up or is not enabled.

Recommended Action    Ensure that the Cisco RFGW-10 system boots successfully by verifying the prompt mode in the console. Connect to the web client after verifying this status. To enable the HTTP server on your system, use the ip http server or ip http secure-server command in global configuration mode. To disable the HTTP server, use the no form of this command.

Possible Cause    Incorrect URL.

Recommended Action    The GUI server and the web interface communicate through HTTP/HTTPS. Ensure that the URL protocol and IP address are correct. The URL is either http://<rfgw-ip-address> or https://<rfgw-ip-address>. Include the portnumber if it is configured.

Symptom    Unable to change the default port 80 occupied by the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI.

Recommended Action    Do the following:

1. Specify the port number to be used by the HTTP server using the ip http port portnumber command in global configuration mode. Return the port number to its default using the no form of this command. The valid range is from 1025 to 65535.

2. Change the URL to http://<rfgw-ip-address>:portnumber.

Symptom    Five small square boxes are displayed at the top of a blank page while trying to connect to the web interface.

Possible Cause    The URL used to connect to the web interface is http://<rfgw-ip-address> whereas a secure connection is required.

Recommended Action    Use https://<rfgw-ip-address> URL to connect to the web interface.

Symptom    Forgot password for logging into the web interface.

Recommended Action    Contact your administrator to generate the credentials.

Symptom    The web interface display is distorted.

Possible Cause    Browser is not compatible.

Recommended Action    See the "Connecting the Cisco RFGW-10 Using a Web Browser" section.

Possible Cause    JavaScript is not enabled.

Recommended Action    Enable javascript in your browser.

Symptom    Alignment in web interface is not proper.

Possible Cause    Browser cache issue.

Recommended Action    Close all browser instances, clear the cache and cookies, and then connect to a new instance. If the problem persists, contact the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI support personnel.

Symptom    Unable to view the GUI.

Possible Cause    Browser is not compatible.

Recommended Action    See the "Connecting the Cisco RFGW-10 Using a Web Browser" section.

Possible Cause    The display setting is not compatible.

Recommended Action    Set the display resolution to 1024 x 768 or higher.

Symptom    Unable to log into the GUI.

Possible Cause    The user level is not assigned.

Recommended Action    Assign a user level for the credential and then log into the GUI.

Possible Cause    The user level assigned is not sufficient or correct.

Recommended Action    If you have a valid user ID and password but are still unable to log in even after multiple attempts, ask your administrator to review your user level assignment.

Symptom    A slow network response or a script not responding error message is displayed after logging into the system.

Possible Cause    Performance issues.

Recommended Action    Click Continue if you get the script not responding error message asking if you wish to continue or cancel. After sometime, the GUI page is displayed. Such messages indicate a slow network link between your system and the server. Ping the server to check the round trip response time. Consider using a caching HTTP proxy to improve speed and reduce network traffic.

Symptom    Common browser error messages.

Possible Cause    These are some of the possible causes:

HTTP status code 401—Indicates that authentication is required, and has failed or not yet been provided.

HTTP status code 403—Indicates that a request is not authorized. Perhaps the current user does not have the required permissions.

HTTP status code 404—Indicates that the requested URL cannot be found. Check if the action names are spelled correctly.

HTTP status code 500—Indicates that a server error occurred while processing the request.

Recommended Action    If the problem persists, contact the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI support personnel.

Symptom    GUI shows incorrect output.

Recommended Action    Verify the output on the chassis console using the appropriate command. If there is a mismatch in the output, contact the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI support personnel.

Symptom    Incorrect supervisor card, line card, or QAM channel information is displayed.

Possible Cause    The QAM carrier was downgraded or upgraded, a redundancy group configuration was changed, a switch over occurred, or the supervisor card or line card was removed, inserted or shut down.

Recommended Action    Reload the GUI by clicking Restart on the banner to populate the current chassis configuration.

Additional References

The following sections provide references related to the Cisco RFGW-10 GUI feature.

Related Documents

Document Title
URL

Cisco RF Gateway 10 Command Reference

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/cable/rf_gateway/command/reference/RFGW-10_Book.html

Cisco RF Gateway 10 Software Configuration Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/cable/rf_gateway/feature/guide/rfgw_scg.html


Standards

Standard
Title

No new or modified standards are supported by this feature, and support for existing standards has not been modified by this feature.


MIBs

MIB
MIBs Link

No new or modified MIBs are supported by this feature, and support for existing MIBs has not been modified by this feature.

To locate and download MIBs for selected platforms, Cisco IOS and Cisco IOS-XE releases, and feature sets, use Cisco MIB Locator found at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/go/mibs


RFCs

RFC
Title

No new or modified RFCs are supported by this feature, and support for existing RFCs has not been modified by this feature.


Technical Assistance

Description
Link

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To receive security and technical information about your products, you can subscribe to various services, such as the Product Alert Tool (accessed from Field Notices), the Cisco Technical Services Newsletter, and Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feeds.

Access to most tools on the Cisco Support website requires a Cisco.com user ID and password.

http://www.cisco.com/techsupport


Feature Information for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

Table 69 lists the release history for this feature.

Not all commands may be available in your Cisco IOS or Cisco IOS-XE software release. For release information about a specific command, see the command reference documentation.

Use Cisco Feature Navigator to find information about platform support and software image support. Cisco Feature Navigator enables you to determine which Cisco IOS, Catalyst OS, and Cisco IOS XE software images support a specific software release, feature set, or platform. To access Cisco Feature Navigator, go to http://www.cisco.com/go/cfn. An account on Cisco.com is not required.


Note Table 69 lists only the Cisco IOS and Cisco IOS-XE software releases that introduced support for a given feature in a given Cisco IOS or Cisco IOS-XE software release train. Unless noted otherwise, subsequent releases of that Cisco IOS or Cisco IOS-XE software release train also support that feature.


Table 69 Feature Information for Cisco RFGW-10 GUI 

Feature Name
Releases
Feature Information

GUI Monitoring

12.2(44)SQ

This feature was introduced in the Cisco IOS Release 12.2(44)SQ to support the Cisco RF Gateway 10.

Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

IOS-XE 3.3.0SQ

This feature was enhanced in Cisco IOS-XE Release 3.3.0SQ to provide both monitoring and configuration capabilities. Also support has been added for Video on Cisco DS-384 line card.

Cisco RFGW-10 GUI

IOS-XE 3.3.1SQ

The GUI was enhanced to include Refresh option on some pages and added support for Terminal Access Controller Access Control System+ (TACACS+) configuration.