Catalyst 6500 Series Switch SIP, SSC, and SPA Software Configuration Guide
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Symbols

<cr> 1-8

? command 1-8

Numerics

802.1D 6-10

A

AAL5CISCOPPP encapsulation 6-3

AAL5MUX encapsulation 6-3

AAL5NLPID encapsulation 6-4

AAL5SNAP encapsulation 6-4

access port

configuration (example) 21-29

configuring 21-8

activation

verifying for SIPs 5-5

verifying for SPAs 5-7

administratively down state 10-40

Advanced Encryption Standard. See AES.

AES

configuration (example) 24-22, 25-23

configuring 24-2, 25-2

AIS 8-16

alarm indication signal, see AIS

anti-replay window size, configuring 25-5

aps reflector command 6-13

asymmetric routing 21-6, 22-5

ATM

AIS 8-16

encapsulation 6-3

FERF 8-16

HCSE 8-16

line coding errors 8-16

LOF 8-16

RAI 8-16

service classes 6-4

SPA system messages 8-16

ATM-ACCOUNTING-INFORMATION-MIB 3-20

atm bridge-enable command 6-13, 7-20

ATM-MIB 3-20

ATM-SOFT-PVC-MIB 3-20

ATMSPA system messages 8-16

ATM-TC-MIB 3-20

ATM-TRACE-MIB 3-20

AToM (Any Transport over ATM)

configuration guidelines, Cisco 7600 SIP-400 4-31

AToM (Any Transport over MPLS)

configuring on SIPs 4-30

AToMoGRE 10-14

automatic SPA FPD image upgrade

(example) 31-13

cannot locate FPD image package (example) 31-13

disabling 31-6

re-enabling 31-6

autonegotiation

configuring10-8to 10-10

disabling

on fiber interfaces 10-9

enabling on fiber interfaces 10-9

average cell rate 6-4

B

BCP. See Bridging Control Protocol

BERT pattern 18-33

BFG

configuration (example) 28-37

configuring 28-21

troubleshooting 30-27

blade failure group. See BFG.

blank filler plate 8-26, 11-9, 19-18, 30-30

for empty subslots in an SSC 2-2

for empty subslots in a SIP 2-1

single-height size 2-3

BPDU packet formats 6-12

Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) 6-11

Bridging Control Protocol

configuring 15-16, 16-18, 17-21, 18-27

C

CAC

configuration 24-15

configuration (examples) 24-24

Call Admission Control. See CAC

carriage return (<cr>) 1-8

Catalyst 6509 switch (figure) 4-3

CBR 6-4

CEF 6-1, 7-1, 8-1

CEF for PFC2

See CEF

certificate autoenrollment

configuration (example) 26-60

configuring 26-27

certificate security attribute-based access control

configuration (example) 26-62

configuring 26-42

certificate to ISAKMP profile mapping

configuration (examples) 24-23

certificate to ISAKMP profile mapping, configuring 24-6

Changing the speed of a Fast Ethernet SPA

configuration (example) 10-45

Cisco 7600 SIP-200

description 3-3

dMLFR, configuring4-5to 4-11

dMLPPP, configuring4-11to 4-15

faceplate (figure) 4-4

features3-3to 3-8

restrictions 3-15

subslot numbering 4-4

Cisco 7600 SIP-400

description 3-3

features3-9to 3-12

restrictions 3-16

Cisco 7600 SIP-600

description 3-3

features3-12to 3-15

Cisco 7600 SSC-400

restrictions 3-19, 3-20

CISCO-AAL5-MIB 3-20

CISCO-ATM-CONN-MIB 3-20

CISCO-ATM-RM-MIB 3-20

CISCO-ATM TRAFFIC-MIB 3-20

CISCO-CLASS-BASED-QOS-MIB 3-20

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) 10-10

CISCO-ENTITY-ASSET-MIB 3-20

CISCO-ENTITY-EXT-MIB 3-20, 3-21

CISCO-ENTITY-FRU-CONTROL-MIB 3-20, 3-21

Cisco IOS configuration changes, saving 1-12

Cisco MIB Locator 6-16, 9-3, 12-6, 14-6, 14-7

clear crypto sa command 30-24

command line processing 1-6

command modes, understanding1-6to 1-7

commands

context-sensitive help for abbreviating 1-8

default form, using 1-11

no form, using 1-11

show interfaces serial

troubleshooting serial lines 19-4

command syntax

displaying (example) 1-8

common part convergence sublayer 6-11

conditions

status line, show interfaces serial command 19-3

configuration example

BRE on a PVC 7-22

configurations, saving 1-12

configuration tasks, required

for the Fast Ethernet SPA 10-2

for the Gigabit Ethernet SPA 10-2

configure terminal command 5-8, 10-2

configuring SPAs

Fast Ethernet 10-1

Gigabit Ethernet 10-1

console error messages

Cisco 7600 SSC-400 30-2

IPSec VPN SPA 30-2

constant bit rate, see CBR

copy command 10-39

CoS 25-17

create on-demand command 6-13

cRTP (Compressed Real-Time Protocol)

configuring 4-4

crypto conditional debug support 30-27

crypto-connect mode

configuring ports 21-4

defined 20-6

guidelines and restrictions 21-4

crypto key generate rsa command 26-4

D

dCEF 4-8

deactivation

verifying for SIPs 5-5

verifying for SPAs 5-7

debug atm bundle errors command 8-25

debug atm bundle events command 8-25

debug atm errors command 8-25

debug atm events command 8-25

debug atm oam command 8-25

debug atm packet command 8-25

debug crypto ace b2b command 30-27

deny policy enhancements

configuration (example) 25-30

configuring 25-21

direct HTTP enrollment with CA servers

configuration (examples) 26-55

configuring 26-16

distinguished name-based crypto maps

configuration (example) 25-27

configuring 25-13

dMLFR (Multilink Frame Relay)

configuration guidelines

hardware-based 4-7

software-based 4-7

configuration tasks 4-8

configuring 4-5

overview 4-6

dMLPPP (Multilink PPP)

configuration guidelines

hardware based 4-12

software based 4-11

configuration tasks 4-12

LFI

configuring 4-14

guidelines, hardware based 4-15

guidelines, software based 4-14

verifying 4-15

with IPSec VPN SPA 21-21

DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint VPN)

configuring 27-2

hub in configuration (example) 27-18

spoke configuration (example) 27-20, 27-21

dot1q encapsulation 10-8

configuration (example) 10-43

configuring 10-10

DPD(Dead Peer Detection), configuring 24-17

DSS (Destination sensitive services) 3-17

dual priority queuing

configuring 4-48

E

Easy VPN client, configuring 27-16

Easy VPN remote RSA signature

configuring 27-17

Easy VPN server

configuring 27-15

enhanced 27-16

router-side configuration (example) 27-22

encapsulation

ARPA 10-8

ATM 6-3

configuring 10-8

dot1q 10-8

configuration (example) 10-43

configuring 10-10

SAP 10-8

SNAP 10-7, 10-8

encapsulation command 6-13

encapsulation dot1q command 10-11

encapsulation frame-relay mfr command 4-9

encapsulation ppp command 4-14

encrypted preshared key

configuration (example) 24-23

encrypted preshared key, configuring 24-13

ENTITY-MIB 3-20, 3-21

EoMPLS 10-18

configuration (example) 10-44

ethernet oam command 10-24

ethernet oam link-monitor frame-period threshold high command 10-29

ethernet oam link-monitor frame-period threshold low command 10-29

ethernet oam link-monitor frame-period window command 10-28

ethernet oam link-monitor frame-seconds threshold high command 10-30

ethernet oam link-monitor frame-seconds threshold low command 10-30

ethernet oam link-monitor frame-seconds window command 10-29

ethernet oam link-monitor frame threshold high command 10-28

ethernet oam link-monitor frame threshold low command 10-28

ethernet oam link-monitor frame window command 10-27

ethernet oam link-monitor on command 10-26

ethernet oam link-monitor receive-crc threshold high command 10-31

ethernet oam link-monitor receive-crc threshold low command 10-31

ethernet oam link-monitor receive-crc window command 10-30

ethernet oam link-monitor supported command 10-25

ethernet oam link-monitor symbol-period threshold high command 10-27

ethernet oam link-monitor symbol-period threshold low command 10-27

ethernet oam link-monitor symbol-period window command 10-27

ethernet oam link-monitor transmit-crc threshold high command 10-32

ethernet oam link-monitor transmit-crc threshold low command 10-32

ethernet oam link-monitor transmit-crc window command 10-31

ethernet oam remote-failure dying-gasp action error-disable-interface command 10-34

F

far-end receive failure, see FERF

FEAC 18-7

FERF 8-16

filtering output, show and more commands 1-12

flow control

support 10-18

verifying 10-18, 10-19

FPD image packages

cannot locate (example) 31-13

caution 31-4, 31-9

displaying default information 31-12

downloading31-7to 31-9

modifying the default path 31-9

overview 31-3

version number requirements 31-3

FPD images

displaying minimum and current versions 31-10

manually upgrading 31-7

troubleshooting upgrades31-16to 31-19

upgrade failure recovery (example)31-17to 31-18

upgrade scenarios 31-3

upgrading in production31-5to 31-6

verifying successful upgrade 31-18

verifying upgrade progress 31-12

FPDs (field-programmable devices)

description 31-1

Frame Relay

features, configuring on SIPs4-5to 4-17

frame-relay intf-type dce command 4-8

frame-relay multilink ack command 4-10

frame-relay multilink bid command 4-8

frame-relay multilink hello command 4-10

frame-relay multilink lid command 4-10

frame-relay multilink retry command 4-10

FRF.16, See dMLFR

front door VRF (FVRF), defined 22-2

FTP server, downloading FPD images to31-7to 31-9

FVRF

not supported on spoke 27-3

FVRF, defined 22-2

G

Generic Routing Encapsulation. See GRE tunneling.

giant packets 7-4

global configuration mode, summary of 1-7

GRE tunneling

configuration (example) 21-40

configuring 21-22

takeover criteria 21-24

H

hardware platforms

See platforms, supported

HCSE 8-16

help command 1-8

Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)

verifying configuration 10-6

H-VPLS, configuring 10-21

hw-module reset command 4-60

hw-module slot subslot only command 22-34

hw-module subslot command 10-40

hw-module subslot shutdown command 5-6, 5-7, 5-8

I

IEEE 802.1Q encapsulation 10-8

configuration (example) 10-43

configuring 10-10

IF-MIB 3-21

IKE policy

troubleshooting 30-27

inside port, configuring 21-7

inside VRF (IVRF), defined 22-2

interface

basic configuration (example) 10-41

enabling 10-4

restarting 10-40

shutting down 10-40

verifying configuration10-40to 10-41

interface address, specifying 10-4

interface configuration mode, summary of 1-7

interface fastethernet command 10-2, 10-11

interface gigabitethernet command 10-2, 10-11

interface mfr command 4-8

interface multilink command 4-13

interface serial command 4-9, 4-14, 4-20

interface status line

states, show interfaces serial command 19-3

interface tengigabitethernet command 10-2, 10-11

ip address command 4-13, 10-3, 10-11

ip cef distributed command 4-8, 4-12

IP multicast over a GRE tunnel

configuration (example) 21-44, 22-34

configuring 21-26

IP multicast over a VTI tunnel

configuration (example) 22-39

IPSec anti-replay window size

configuring 25-5

IPsec anti-replay window size

configuration (examples) 25-24

IPsec manual keying 20-5, 21-7, 22-6

IPsec NAT transparency, configuring 24-19

IPsec preferred peer

configuration (examples) 25-26

configuring 25-8

IPsec prefragmentation

configuration (examples) 23-20

IPsec security association (SA) idle timer

configuration (examples) 25-27

configuring 25-12

IPsec stateful failover

troubleshooting 30-25

IPsec stateful failover using a blade failure group (BFG)

configuration (example) 28-37

configuring 28-21

IPsec stateful failover using HSRP and SSP

active chassis configuration (example) 28-29

IPsec stateless failover using HSRP

active chassis configuration (example) 28-26

configuring 28-3

remote router configuration (example) 28-27, 28-30, 28-35

IPsec stateless failover using HSRP and RRI, configuring 28-3

IPsec VPN accounting

configuration (examples) 29-10

configuring 29-5

IPsec VPN monitoring

configuration (example) 29-11

configuring 29-2

IPSec VPN SPA

sequenced ACLs, configuring 25-21

VPN running state, displaying 21-21

IPsec VPN SPA

IPsec stateful failover using HSRP RRI and SSP, configuring 28-3

IPsec stateless failover using HSRP RRI, configuring 28-3

ISAKMP keyrings and peer filtering

configuration (example) 24-22

configuring 24-4

IVRF, defined 22-2

K

keyboard shortcuts 1-6

key rollover for certificate renewal

configuration (examples) 26-60

configuring 26-31

L

LAF 23-3

LFI (Link Fragmentation and Interleaving)

configuring on SIPs 4-15

over MLPPP, configuring4-14to 4-15

lines

interface status

states, show interfaces serial command 19-3

serial

show interfaces serial command 19-4

local certificate storage location

configuration (example) 26-55

local certificate storage location, configuring 26-14

LOF 8-16

Look-Ahead Fragmentation. See LAF.

loopback command 8-17

loopback diagnostic command 8-17, 8-19

loopback line command 8-21

loss of frame, see LOF

M

MAC address

configuration (example) 10-42

modifying 10-5

verifying 10-5

Management Information Base (MIB)

downloading 6-16, 9-3, 12-6, 14-6

supported on SPAs 9-3

manual certificate enrollment (TFTP and cut-and-paste)

configuration (examples) 26-57

configuring 26-22

manual keying 20-5, 21-7, 22-6

match as command 3-17

match bgp-community command 3-18

match class-map command 3-17

match cos inner command 3-17

match discard-class command 3-17

match dscp command 3-14

match fr-dlci command 3-17

match input interface command 6-14

match input-interface command 3-17

match input vlan command 3-14, 3-17

match ip precedence command 3-14

match ip rtp command 3-17

match mac command 3-17

match mpls experimental command 3-14

match packet length command 3-17

match protocol command 3-17

match qos-group command 3-14, 3-17

match vlan command 3-14, 3-18

match vlan inner command 3-18

MBS 6-4

mGRE

enabling 27-3

MIB (Management Information Base)

on Cisco 7600 SIP-200 3-20

on Cisco 7600 SIP-400 3-20

minimum burst size, see MBS

MLFR (Multilink Frame Relay). See dMLFR.

MLPPP. See dMLPPP.

modes

See command modes

modulus

of RSA key 26-4

MPB (Multipoint Bridging)

configuring 4-18

on Cisco 7600 SIP-200 ATM SPAs 3-4

on Cisco 7600 SIP-200 serial SPAs 3-4

on Cisco 7600 SIP-400 3-18

mpls l2 transport route command 3-17, 4-32

MPLS labels, and interface MTU size 10-7

mpls mtu command 10-7, 13-4

MPLSoGRE 10-12, 10-14

MPLSoGRE and mVPNoGRE

configuration (example) 10-43

MTU (maximum transmission unit)

configuration (example) 10-42

configuring 23-18

default size 10-7

interface MTU

additional overhead 10-7

and MPLS labels 10-7

configuration guidelines 10-7

configuring 10-8

description 10-6

verifying 10-8

IP MTU

description 10-6

maximum size 10-7

MPLS MTU

description 10-6

tag MTU

description 10-6

types 10-6

mtu command 10-3, 10-8

Multicast over a GRE tunnel

configuration (example) 21-44, 22-34

configuring 21-26

Multicast over a VTI tunnel

configuration (example) 22-39

Multilink Frame Relay. See dMLFR.

multilink-group command 4-14

Multilink Point-to-Point Protocol (MLPPP). See dMLPPP.

multiple RSA key pairs

configuration (example) 26-54

configuring 26-3

multiple SPAs in a chassis

configuration (example) 28-24

configuring 28-2

multipoint GRE

See mGRE 27-3

N

NAT keepalives

configuration (example) 24-24

negotiation auto command 10-10

no hw-module subslot shutdown command 5-7, 5-9

no negotiation auto command 10-9, 10-10

no power enable module command 5-4, 5-8

no shut command 10-4

no shutdown command 4-21

no upgrade fpd auto command 31-6

NVRAM (nonvolatile random-access memory) 10-39

O

OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol)

configuration (example) 26-61

configuring 26-38

OIR (online insertion and removal)

and shutting down or restarting interfaces 10-40

for SIPs 2-1, 5-4

for SPAs 2-3, 5-6, 8-26, 11-9, 19-18, 30-30

for SSCs 2-2

OLD-CISCO-CHASSIS-MIB 3-20, 3-21

optics modules

qualified for SPAs (table) 2-6

OSMs, OC-12 ATM

bridging of RFC 1483 routed encapsulations 7-22

overview 6-3

OUI in MAC address 6-11

outside port, configuring 21-7

oversubscription

Cisco 7600 SIP-400 3-18, 5-3

P

packet flow, on Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet SPA 9-4

parameter command 26-18

PCR 6-4

peak cell rate, see PCR

persistent self-signed certificates

configuration (examples) 26-63

configuring 26-49

Per VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST) 6-11

PIM 21-26

ping command 8-16

PKI AAA authorization using the entire subject name

configuration (example) 26-62

configuring 26-46

PKI query multiple servers during certificate revocation check

configuration (example) 26-61

configuring 26-37

platforms, supported

release notes, identify using 1-13

power enable module command 5-5, 5-8

PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)

with IPSec VPN SPA 21-21

ppp authentication chap command 4-14

ppp multilink command 4-14

ppp multilink fragment-delay command 4-13

ppp multilink interleave command 4-13, 4-14, 4-15

priority command 6-14

privileged EXEC mode, summary of 1-7

prompts, system 1-7

protected private key storage

configuration (example) 26-54

configuring 26-5

PVST+ 6-11

PVST and PVST+ interoperability 6-11

802.1D 6-10

common part convergence sublayer 6-11

L2PT topologies 7-15

line cards supported 6-11

problem summarized 6-11

Q

QoS

configuration (examples) 25-28

module, configuration (example) 25-28

platform, configuration (example) 25-29

QoS (Quality of Service)

configuring on SIPs4-33to 4-60

QoS, configuring 25-15

query mode definition per trustpoint

configuration (example) 26-55

configuring 26-11

query multiple servers during certificate revocation check

configuration (example) 26-61

configuring 26-37

question mark (?) command 1-8

R

RAI 8-16

release history

Gigabit Ethernet SPAs 9-1

release notes

See platforms, supported

remote alarm indication, see RAI

Reverse Route Injection (RRI), configuring 25-3

RFC 1483, Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5, Bridged and Routed 3-8, 3-12

RFC 1483, Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5, Multipoint Bridging 3-4, 3-8, 3-18

RFC 1490, Multiprotocol Interconnect over Frame Relay, Multipoint Bridging 3-4, 3-8

RFC 1663, PPP Reliable Transmission 3-15

RFC 1889, RTP

A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications 4-4

RFC 3518, Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Bridging Control Protocol (BCP) 3-8, 3-12, 4-18

ROM monitor mode, summary of 1-7

routed port

configuration (example) 21-32

configuring 21-11

RRI, configuring 25-3

RSA signature storage, configuring 27-17

running configuration, saving to NVRAM 10-39

Rx cell HCS error, see HCSE

S

Safenet IPSec client support

configuration (example) 24-22

configuring 24-4

SAP (Service Access Point) encapsulation 10-8

scalable EoMPLS 10-18

SCR 6-4

security associations

clearing 30-24

serial lines

troubleshooting

show interfaces serial command 19-4

set identity command 25-15

set mpls experimental command 4-32

SFP (small form-factor pluggable) optics

Cisco Systems qualification check 2-6

qualified for SPAs (table) 2-6

shape adaptive command 6-15

shape average command 6-15

shape command 6-15

shape fecn-adapt command 6-15

shape peak command 6-15

show aps command 8-13

show aps group command 8-15

show atm class-link command 8-13

show atm ilmi-status 8-10

show atm ilmi-status command 8-11

show atm interface atm command 7-6, 8-7

show atm map command 8-11

show atm pvc command 7-8, 8-9

show atm pvc interface atm command 8-9

show atm svc interface atm command 8-10

show atm traffic command 8-12

show atm traffic shaping slot command 8-12

show atm vc command 8-8, 8-9, 8-10

show atm vc interface atm command 7-8

show atm vlan command 8-12

show atm vp command 8-8

show commands

for IPSec VPN SPA 30-6

show controllers atm command 6-15, 8-4, 8-5

example 6-19

show controllers fastethernet command 10-19

show crypto ace redundancy 30-15

show crypto ace redundancy command 30-15

show crypto ca certificates 30-16

show crypto ca trustpoints command 30-17

show crypto engine accelerator statistic command 30-4

show crypto ipsec ha command 30-11

show crypto ipsec sa command 24-21, 30-9, 30-12

show crypto ipsec sa standby command 30-13

show crypto ipsec transform-set command 30-9

show crypto isakmp policy command 30-8

show crypto isakmp sa addr command 30-11

show crypto isakmp sa command 30-11

show crypto key mypublickey rsa command 30-15

show crypto key pubkey-chain rsa command 30-16

show crypto map command 30-9

show crypto redundancy linecard-group command 30-15

show crypto session 30-18

show crypto sockets command 30-18

show crypto vlan command 30-7, 30-8, 30-23

show diagbus command 3-21, 4-3, 6-18, 8-5, 30-3

example 6-19

show ethernet oam discovery command 10-35

show ethernet oam statistics command 10-35

show ethernet oam status command 10-36

show ethernet oam summary command 10-36

show frame-relay multilink command 4-10

show history command 1-6

show hw-module slot command 4-3

show hw-module slot fpd command 30-6

show hw-module subslot command 4-4, 31-10

show hw-module subslot fpd command 8-3, 31-16

show hw-module subslot oir command 5-7

show idprom command 3-21, 3-22

show idprom module command 4-3, 4-4, 8-4

show interface atm command 8-6

show interface command 7-5

show interfaces atm command 7-4

example 6-18

show interfaces command 6-18, 9-4

show interfaces fastethernet command 9-5

show interfaces gigabit ethernet command 10-8

show interfaces gigabitethernet command 10-5

show interfaces serial command

troubleshooting serial lines 19-4

show interfaces switchport command 4-22

show interfaces trunk command 4-22, 30-7

show interfaces tunnel 30-19

show ip interface command 5-7, 7-5, 8-7

show ip mroute command 30-23

show ip nhrp command 30-18

show module command 3-22, 4-3, 5-5

show mpls interface command 7-5

show ppp multilink command 4-15, 6-15

show redundancy linecard-group command 30-15

show running-config command 31-8

show sip-disk command 4-3

show ssp client command 30-14

show ssp packet command 30-14

show ssp peers command 30-14

show ssp redundancy command 30-14

show standby command 10-6

show upgrade package default command 31-12

show upgrade progress command 31-12

show version command 8-3

show vlan id command 8-13

show vlans command 10-11

shutdown command 4-20, 10-40

Simple Symmetric Transmission Protocol (SSTP) 6-11

single-SPA mode

configuring 21-27

SIP (SPA interface processor)

activation (example) 5-8

blank filler plates 2-1

chassis slot installation (figure) 4-3

deactivating 5-4

deactivation (example) 5-8

definition 2-1

features supported 3-3

general characteristics 2-1

hardware type, displaying3-21to 3-22

reactivating 5-4

release history 3-1

resetting 4-60

SPA compatiblity (table) 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 20-14

subslots

description 2-1

numbering 4-4

specifying location in CLI 4-4

supervisor engine support 4-2

SNAP (Subnetwork Access Protocol) encapsulation 10-7, 10-8

SONET MIB 3-21

source interface selection for outgoing traffic with certificate authority

configuration (example) 26-63

configuring 26-48

SPA (shared port adapter)

activation (example) 5-8

chassis slot orientation (figure) 2-3

deactivating 5-6

deactivation (example) 5-8

definition 2-2

double-height description 2-2

FPD image packages

overview 31-3

heights supported

(figure) 2-2

description 2-2

interfaces 2-3

optics compatibility (table) 2-6

reactivating 5-7

single-height description 2-2

SIP compatibility (table) 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 20-14

subslot numbering (figure) 4-3

SPA architecture

description 9-4

POS SPA description12-6to 12-10

SPA hardware type, displaying 9-4

SPAN 29-4

Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP) 6-10

SSC (SPA services card)

blank filler plates 2-2

definition 2-2

general characteristics 2-2

states

interface status line, show interfaces serial command 19-3

subinterfaces, configuring10-10to 10-11

subslots

description 2-1

numbering 4-4

specifying location in CLI 4-4

supervisor engines

supported by SIPs 4-2

sustained cell rate, see SCR

switchport command 4-20

switchport trunk allowed vlan command 4-21

system error messages

Cisco 7600 SSC-400 30-2

IPSec VPN SPA 30-2

T

Tab key, command completion 1-8

TFTP server, downloading FPD images to31-7to 31-9

transform sets

troubleshooting 30-27

trunk port

configuration (example) 21-34

configuring 21-15

trustpoint CA

configuration (example) 26-54

configuring 26-8

U

UBR 6-4

unspecified bit rate, see UBR

upgrade fpd auto command 31-6, 31-8, 31-13

upgrade fpd path command 31-7, 31-9

upgrade hw-module subslot command 31-7

user EXEC mode, summary of 1-7

V

variable bit rate. See VBR

VBR

non-real-time (VB-nrt) 6-4

real-time (VBR-rt) 6-5

VFI 4-24

Virtual Tunnel Interface. See VTI.

VLANs (virtual LANs)

configuration (example) 10-43

configuring on a subinterface 10-10

verifying configuration 10-11

VPLS

configuring 4-23

Multiple VCs per Spoke 4-24

VPN sessions, monitoring and managing 29-2

VRF-aware IPSec. See VRF mode.

VRF instance, defined 22-2

VRF-lite 20-12

VRF mode

configuration (examples) 22-22

configuring VTI 22-16

defined 22-1

front door VRF (FVRF) 22-2

guidelines and restrictions 22-4

inside VRF (IVRF) 22-2

with chassis-to-chassis stateless failover

configuring 28-18

without tunnel protection 22-6

with tunnel protection 22-12

VTI

configuring in VRF mode 22-16

defined 22-16

W

WAN interfaces

ATM configuration (example) 21-37

configuring 21-20

POS configuration (example) 21-38

serial port configuration (example) 21-39

X

xconnect command 3-17, 4-32