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show nbf sessions

show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe

show port config

show port digital log

show port log

show port modem calltracker

show port modem log

show port modem test

show port operational-status

show ppp bap

show ppp multilink

show queuing virtual-access

show rcapi status

show resource-pool call

show resource-pool customer

show resource-pool discriminator

show resource-pool resource

show resource-pool vpdn

show sessions

show sgbp

show sgbp queries

show snapshot

show spe

show spe digital

show spe digital active

show spe digital csr

show spe digital disconnect-reason

show spe digital summary

show spe log

show spe modem

show spe modem active

show spe modem csr

show spe modem disconnect-reason

show spe modem high speed

show spe modem high standard

show spe modem low speed

show spe modem low standard

show spe modem summary

show spe recovery

show spe version

show tech-support modem

show tech-support spe


show nbf sessions

To display NetBEUI connection information, use the show nbf sessions command in EXEC mode.

show nbf sessions`

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.1

This command was introduced.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show nbf sessions command:

Router> show nbf sessions
 
   
Async6 NetBIOS Session Table: 
Srcnum   Destnum  Dest-Interface DestMAC
8        6         Ethernet0 00aa.005b.c17b
 
   
NetBIOS Global Session Table: 
Srcnum   Destnum   Dest-Interface DestMAC  Src-Interface SrcMac(I)
 
   
 
   
6        8         Async7 0000.0000.0000  Ethernet0 00aa.005b.c17b(95)
ADD_[GROUP]NAME_QUERY queuesize=0
STATUS_QUERY queuesize=0
STATUS_RESPONSE queuesize=0
NAME_QUERY queuesize=0
NAME_RECOGNIZED queuesize=0
SESSION_INITIALIZE queuesize=0
SESSION_INITIALIZE (pending) queuesize=0
 
   

Table 90 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 90 show nbf sessions Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Interface NetBIOS Session Table:

Summarizes Async/ISDN interface NetBIOS connection information.

Srcnum, Destnum

Source and destination connection numbers.

Dest-Interface, DestMAC

Destination interface and MAC address.

Global NetBIOS Session Table:

Summarizes LAN NetBIOS connection information.

Dest-Interface DestMAC

Destination interface (Async7 in this case) and MAC address (0000.0000.0000 in this case).

Src-Interface SrcMac

Source interface (Ethernet0 in this case) and MAC address (00aa.005b.c17b(95) in this case).

NetBIOS Datagram Queue Summary:

Summarizes NetBIOS pending datagram queues.

ADD_[GROUP]NAME_
QUERY

Add Group Name Query packets.

STATUS_QUERY

Status Query packets.

STATUS_RESPONSE

Status Response packets.

NAME_QUERY

Name Query packets.

NAME_RECOGNIZED

Name Recognized packets.

SESSION_INITIALIZE (pending)

NetBIOS session Initialize packets.


Related Commands

Command
Description

ppp multilink group

Restricts a physical link to joining only a designated multilink-group interface.

netbios access-list

Defines an IPX NetBIOS FindName access list filter.

netbios input-access-filter

Controls incoming IPX NetBIOS FindName messages.

netbios name-cache

Defines a static NetBIOS name cache entry, tying the server with the name netbios-name to the mac-address, and specifying that the server is accessible either locally through the interface-name specified, or remotely through the ring-group group-number specified.

netbios output-access-filter

Controls outgoing NetBIOS FindName messages.

show nbf cache

Displays NetBIOS name cache contents.


show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe

To display Quantum Flow Processor (QFP) edge switch services active instance state information for a PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) client, use the show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe command in privileged EXEC mode.

show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe [unknown-history]

Syntax Description

unknown-history

(Optional) Displays information about the unknown session reporting history.


Command Default

Information about all PPPoE sessions are displayed.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.1

This command was introduced on the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

This command was modified. This command was extended to include PPPoE unknown session information.


Usage Guidelines

You can use the show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe command to display the number of data packets received in QFP for the unknown PPPoE sessions and the number of unknown sessions that have been reported to the Cisco IOS router. For example, if the QFP receives 100 data packets for one unknown PPPoE session, then the total number of packets received will be 100 and one session will be reported.

Cisco IOS router sends a PPPoE active discovery terminate (PADT) message to tear down reported unknown PPPoE sessions if the sessions auto cleanup command is configured in the Broadband Access Aggregation (BBA) group.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe command:

Router# show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe 
 
   
ESS PPPOE State:
  Current number of segments: 0
 
   
PPPoE Session Lookup Depth:
  Distribution: 100%
 
   
PPPoE Unknown Session Handling:
  Reporting Rate(PPS)      : 100
  Refreshing Period(Second): 90
 
   
  Current period:
    Start     : Dec 10 01:59:51
    Checked   : 0
    Reported  : 0
 
   

Table 91 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 91 show plat hardware qfp active feature ess state pppoe Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

ESS PPPOE State:

Current state of the Enterprise Storage Server (ESS).

Current number of segments:

Total number of segments.

PPPoE Session Lookup Depth:

Lookup depth of the PPPoE session, in percentage.

Distribution:

Distrubution value, in percentage.

PPPoE Unknown Session Handling:

Details about handling the PPPoE unknown sessions.

Reporting Rate(PPS):

Reporting rate in packets per second.

Refreshing Period(Second):

Time taken to refresh, in seconds.

Current period:

Current status.

Start:

Date and time at which the command was executed.

Checked:

Total number of data packets for the unknown PPPoE sessions received by the QFP.

Reported:

Total number of unknown sessions that have been reported to the Cisco IOS router.


Related Commands

Command
Description

sessions auto cleanup

Configures an aggregation device to attempt to recover PPPoE sessions that failed after reload by notifying CPE devices about the PPPoE session failures.


show port config

To display the configuration parameters of the active session for the specified port or the specified port range, use the show port config command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show port config {slot | slot/port}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show port config {shelf/slot | shelf/slot/port}

Syntax Description

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1to 7.

slot/port

All ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1to 7. The port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/port

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400 and Cisco AS5800.

12.2(2)XA

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XB1

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB1.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T.


Usage Guidelines

The port should have an associated active session when the show port config command is executed.


Note The show port config command is similar to the show modem config MICA technologies modem command.

Examples

The following example shows output from the show port config command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example shows port configuration for the modem service port slot 1, port 0.

Router# show port config 1/0
 
   
Service Type                              :Modem service 
Originate/Answer Mode                     :Answer 
Data Bits Selection                       :8 
Parity Selection                          :No Parity 
Stop bits Selection                       :1 
V.42 ODP generation                       :Enabled 
EC Autodetect Time-out                    :5000 ms 
Protocol Negotiation Time-out             :10000 ms 
Protocol Negotiation Fallback character   :13 
Protocol Negotiation Retransmission Limit :12 
EC Min, Max Octets Frame length           :256 
Data Compression                          :V.44Tx   V.44Rx
ARA Error Correction                      :ARA1.0 & ARA2.0 Disabled 
V.42 Error Correction                     :V.42(LAP-M) Originate&Answer enabled 
MNP Error Correction                      :MNP Originate&Answer enabled 
Link Protocol Fallback                    :Async Framing (Start/Stop/Parity) 
Calling Tone                              :Disabled 
Guard Tone                                :Disabled 
Modem Standard                            :V.90 Automode 
Max Non-PCM Connect Rate                  :33600 bps 
Min Non-PCM Connect Rate                  :300 bps 
Max PCM Connect Rate                      :60000 bps 
Min PCM Connect Rate                      :28000 bps 
Signal Quality Threshold                  :Bit Errors >= 1:1000 cause recovery 
Fallback/Fallforward Squelch Timer        :500 ms 
Fall Forward Timer                        :10000 ms 
Fall Back Timer                           :500 ms 
Terminate Time-out                        :20 secs 
Wait for Data Mode Time-out               :60 secs 
Lost Carrier To Hang-up Delay             :1400 ms 
PCM Transmit Level Setting                :-13 dBm 
Retrain Limit                             :4 
V.34 Max Symbol Rate                      :3429 Baud 
V.34 Min Symbol Rate                      :2400 Baud 
V.34 Carrier Frequency                    :Auto Carrier Selection 
V.34 Preemphasis Filter Selection         :11 
+++ Escape Detection                      :Enabled-in-Originate-Mode-Only 
AT Command Processor                      :Enabled 
Call Setup Delay                          :0 ms 
Automatic Answer Delay                    :2 secs 
Escape Detection Character                :ASCII 43 (+) 
Carriage Return Character                 :ASCII 13 (CR) 
Line Feed Character                       :ASCII 10 (LF) 
Backspace Character                       :ASCII 8 (BS) 
Pause Before Blind Dialing                :2 secs 
Comma Dial Modifier Time                  :2 secs 
MOH Timeout                   :No limit
QC Configuration                :Enabled ANSpcm Level -12dBm
V.44 Max Tx Codewords             :256
V.44 Max Rx Codewords             :256
V.44 Max Tx String Length           :32
V.44 Max Rx String Length           :32
V.44 Max Tx History Size            :256
V.44 Max Rx History Size            :256
 
   

The following example shows port configuration information for a digital service port slot 1, port 8 on the Cisco AS5800 with the UPC:

Router# show port config 1/8
 
   
Shelf/Slot/SPE/Port -- 1/8/27/165
Service Type                              : Modem service
Originate/Answer Mode                     : Answer
Data Bits Selection                       : 8
Parity Selection                          : No Parity
Stop bits Selection                       : 1
V.42 ODP generation                       : Enabled
EC Autodetect Time-out                    : 5000 ms
Protocol Negotiation Time-out             : 10000 ms
Protocol Negotiation Fallback character   : 13
Protocol Negotiation Retransmission Limit : 12
EC Min, Max Octets Frame length           : 256
Data Compression                          : V.42bis or MNP5
ARA Error Correction                      : ARA1.0 & ARA2.0 Disabled
V.42 Error Correction                     : V.42(LAP-M) Originate&Answer enabled
MNP Error Correction                      : MNP Originate&Answer enabled
Link Protocol Fallback                    : Async Framing (Start/Stop/Parity)
Calling Tone                              : Disabled
Guard Tone                                : Disabled
Modem Standard                            : V.90 Automode
Max Non-PCM Connect Rate                  : 33600 bps
Min Non-PCM Connect Rate                  : 300 bps
Max PCM Connect Rate                      : 60000 bps
 
   

Table 92 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 92 show port config Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Service Type

Digital or analog service type.

Originate/Answer Mode

Answer or originate. Default is answer.

Data Bits Selection

7, 8, or 9 data bits. Default is 8.

Parity Selection

0 = no parity, 1 = even parity, 2 = odd parity. Default is no parity.

Stop bits Selection

1 or 2 stop bits. Default is 1 stop bit.

V.42 ODP generation

Disabled or generate ODP sequence when originating a V.42 call. Default is Generate ODP sequence when originating a V.42 call.

EC Autodetect Time-out value

Maximum period, in milliseconds (ms), during which the modem will run an automated detection machine upon the incoming data. Default is 5000 ms.

Protocol Negotiation Time-out

Maximum wait (in ms) for error correction protocol negotiation before fallback. Default is 10000 ms.

Protocol Negotiation Fallback Character

0 to 127. Default is 13.

Protocol Negotiation Retransmission Limit

0 = Do not disconnect on excessive retransmission; 1 to 255 = number of successive retransmissions to cause disconnect. Default is 12.

EC Min, Max Octets Frame Length

Buffer length; 64 to 1024 octets of data. Default is 256.

Data Compression

Disabled, V.42bis, MNP5, or V.42bis or MNP5 (V.42 has precedence). Default is V.42bis or MNP5 (V.42 has precedence).

ARA Error Correction

ARA1.0 & ARA2.0 Disabled, Enabled for Answer only, Enabled for Answer originate ARA1.0, and Enabled for Answer originate ARA2.0. Default is Enabled for Answer only.

V.42 Error Correction

V.42(LAP-M) Disabled, V.42(LAP-M) Originate&Answer enabled. Default is Disabled.

MNP Error Correction

MNP Disabled or MNP Originate&Answer enabled. Default is MNP Originate&Answer enabled.

Link Protocol Fallback

Asynch Framing (Start/Stop/Parity), Synchronous framing (Raw 8 bits to DSP), or Disconnect (Hang-up). Default is Asynch Framing (Start/Stop/Parity).

DSP processor MVIP TDM slice

0 to 15.

Calling Tone

Disabled or Send calling tone. Default is Disabled.

Guard Tone

Disabled, Use Guard tone (V.22 & V.22bis only). Default is Disabled.

Modem Standard

V.34bis Automode with terbo, V.34bis Automode skip terbo, V.32 terbo Automode, V.32bis Automode, V.22bis Automode, or K56Flex 1.1. Default is V.34bis Automode with terbo.

Max. Connect Rate

75 to 56000 bits per second (bps).

Min. Connect Rate

75 to 56000 bps.

Signal Quality Threshold

No action on bit errors, Bit Errors >=1:100 cause recovery, Bit Errors >=1:1000 cause recovery, Bit Errors >=1:10000 cause recovery, Bit Errors >=1:100000 cause recovery, or Bit Errors >=1:1000000 cause recovery. Default is 1:1000.

Fallback/Fallforward Squelch Timer

Time to delay (in ms) after a speed shift before allowing another speed shift. Default is 500 ms.

Fall Forward Timer

Elapsed time (in ms) with continuous good signal quality to cause a fall forward. Default is 10000 ms.

Fall Back Timer

Elapsed time (in ms) with bad signal quality to cause a fallback. Default is 500 ms.

Terminate Time-out

Elapsed time (in seconds) after a disconnect request before forcing a link disconnection. During this period, the modem sends buffered data and then clears down the link. Default is 20 seconds.

Wait for Data Mode Time-out

Maximum time (in seconds) during link establishment before disconnection. Default is 40; 60 for K56Flex.

Lost Carrier To Hang-up Delay

Maximum time (in ms) without a carrier to cause the link disconnect. Default is 1400 ms.

PCM Transmit Level Setting

6d Bm, 7 dBm, 8 dBm, -20 dBm, or -21 dBm. Default is 9 dBm.

Retrain Limit

Maximum successive failed retrains to cause the link to disconnection. Default is 4.

V.34 Max. Symbol Rate

2400 baud, 2743 baud, 2800 baud, 3000 baud, 3200 baud, or 3429 baud. Default is 3429 baud.

V.34 Min. Symbol Rate

2400 baud, 2743 baud, 2800 baud, 3000 baud, 3200 baud, or 3429 baud. Default is 2400 baud.

V.34 Carrier Frequency

Low Carrier, High Carrier, or Auto Carrier Selection. Default is High Carrier.

V.34 Preemphasis Filter Selection

0 to 10 = a selected filter; 11 = Automatic Preemphasis Selection. Default is 11.

Tx and Rx Signaling Type

NULL signaling, MF signaling, DTMF signaling, Lower band R2 signaling, Upper band R2 signaling, or R1 signaling. Default is NULL signaling.

Call Progress Tone Detection

No tone detection, Dial tone detection, Ring-Back tone detection, or Busy tone detection. Default is No tone detection.

+++ Escape Detection

Disabled, Enabled, or Enabled-in-Originate-Mode-Only. Default is Enabled-in-Originate-Mode-Only.

AT Command Processor

Disabled or Enabled. Default is Disabled.

Call Set Up Delay

No delay before link initiation, delay value (1 to 255 ms). Default is No delay.

Automatic Answer

Answer immediately, delay value (1 to 255 seconds). Default is 1 second.

Escape Detection Character

ASCI value (0 to 127). Default is 43.

Carriage Return Character

ASCI value (0 to 127). Default is 13.

Line Feed Character

ASCI value (0 to 127). Default is 10.

Backspace Character

ASCI value (0 to 127). Default is 8.

Pause Before Blind Dialing

2 to 255 seconds. Default is 2.

Wait For Carrier After Dial

Wait for data mode timeout.

Comma Dial Modifier Time

2 to 255 seconds. Default is 2.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show port operational-status

Displays the operational status of a specific port or port range.


show port digital log

To display the data event log for digital modems, use the show port digital log command in EXEC mode.

show port digital log [reverse slot/port] [slot | slot/port]]

Syntax Description

reverse

(Optional) Displays a report with the most recent entry first.

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1to 7.

slot/port

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1to 7 and port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350 universal gateway.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines


Note This command is not supported on the Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port DFC.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show port digital log command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC:

Router# show port digital log
 
   
Port 5/00 Events Log 
  00:02:41: incoming called number: 35140 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: IDLE 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: ACTIVE 
  00:02:41: Digital State event: 
           State: Steady 
  00:02:40: Digital Static event: 
    Connect Protocol                        :   V.110 
    Data Bits                               :   8 
    Parity                                  :   0 
    Stop Bits                               :   1 
    TX,RX Bit Rate                          :   19200, 19200 
Port 5/01 Events Log 
  00:02:42: incoming called number: 35140 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: IDLE 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: ACTIVE 
  00:02:41: Digital State event: 
           State: Steady 
  00:02:41: Digital Static event: 
    Connect Protocol                        :   V.110 
    Data Bits                               :   8 
    Parity                                  :   0 
    Stop Bits                               :   1 
    TX,RX Bit Rate                          :   19200, 19200 
Port 5/02 Events Log 
  00:02:42: incoming called number: 35140 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: IDLE 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: ACTIVE 
  00:02:42: Digital State event: 
           State: Steady 
  00:02:42: Digital Static event: 
    Connect Protocol                        :   V.110 
    Data Bits                               :   8 
    Parity                                  :   0 
    Stop Bits                               :   1 
    TX,RX Bit Rate                          :   19200, 19200 
Port 5/03 Events Log 
  00:02:43: incoming called number: 35140 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: IDLE 
     Service type: DIGITAL_DATA 
     Session State: ACTIVE 
  00:02:43: Digital State event: 
           State: Steady 
  00:02:43: Digital Static event: 
    Connect Protocol                        :   V.110 
    Data Bits                               :   8 
    Parity                                  :   0 
    .
    .
    .
 
   

Table 93 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 93 show port digital log Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Port

The port and slot with the events log of current session.

incoming called number

The incoming called number.

Service type

The type of digital service, data or voice.

Session State

The condition of the current state, active or idle.

Digital State event:

The digital state. Values are as follows:

0—IDLE state
10—CONNECTING state
30—Steady
50—TERMINATING state

Connect Protocol

The data carrier connect standard used to support the rates of bits per second (bps).

Data Bits

The number of data bits, 7, 8, or 9. Default is 8.

Parity

The parity selection of 0 = no parity, 1 = odd parity. Default is no parity.

Stop Bits

The selection of stop bits, 1 or 2. Default is 1.

TX, RX Bit Rate

The transmit and receive bit rate. For RX, the bit rate is from the remote service provider to the local service provider. For TX, the bit rate is from the local service provider to the remote service provider.

Events Log

Displays the log of events for that port.


Related Commands

Command
Description

clear port digital log

Clears specific service events.

clear port log

Clears all event entries in the port level history event log.

show port digital log

Displays port events with the most recent event first.


show port log

To display the service events generated by the sessions, use the show port log command in privileged EXEC mode.

show port {fax | voice} log [reverse] [slot/port] [slot | slot/port]

Syntax Description

fax

Displays the fax data event log.

voice

Displays the voice data event log.

reverse

(Optional) Displays the port history event log with the most recent event first.

slot/port

(Optional) Displays information for all ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). Slot values range from 1 to 7 and port values range from 0 to 107. You must include the slash mark.

slot

(Optional) Displays information for all ports on the specified slot. Slot values range from 1 to 7.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400 and Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM2

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.1(5)XM2.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 platforms.

12.3(4)T

Voice activity detection (VAD) background noise, echo return loss (ERL) level, and Acombined (ACOM) level were replaced with average values for each statistic in the output. A new field was added for the average echo canceller (ECAN or EC) background noise.

12.3(14)T

T.38 fax relay call statistics were made available to Call Detail Records (CDRs) through Vendor-Specific Attributes (VSAs) and added to the call log.


Examples

The following example shows value averages for VAD background noise, ERL level, ACOM level, and EC background noise level. Relevant fields in the output are shown in bold.

Router# show port voice log 1/0
 
   
Port 1/00 Events Log
  *Aug 22 07:59:27.515:Voice Terminate event:
    Disconnect Reason                  :  normal call clearing (16)
    Call Timer                         :  57  secs
    Current playout delay              :  65  ms
    Min/Max playout delay              :  65/105  ms
    Clock offset                       :  142003  ms
    Predictive concealment             :  0  ms
    Interpolative concealment          :  0  ms
    Silence concealment                :  0  ms
    Buffer overflow discards           :  1
    End-point detection errors         :  0
    Tx/Rx Voice packets                :  2813/2816
    Tx/Rx signaling packets            :  0/0
    Tx/Rx comfort noise packets        :  0/0
    Tx/Rx duration                     :  56260/56260  ms
    Tx/Rx voice duration               :  0/0  ms
    Out of sequence packets            :  0
    Bad protocol headers               :  0
    Num. of late packets               :  0
    Num. of early packets              :  1
    Tx/Rx Power                        :  -87.0/-57.3  dBm
    Tx/Rx Mean                         :  -86.7/-57.0  dBm
    Average VAD Background noise level :  6.2  dBm
    Average ERL level                  :  127.0  dB
    Average ACOM level                 :  127.0  dB
    Tx/Rx current activity             :  silence/silence
    Tx/Rx byte count                   :  450080/450240
    Average ECAN Background noise level:  -83.4  dBm
  *Aug 22 07:59:27.515:Voice SSRC change events:
    Latest ssrc value                  :  391643394
    Total ssrc changes                 :  1
 
   

The following example shows output for the Cisco AS5400 with the universal port Dial Feature Card (DFC). The example shows the port voice history event log for slot 4, port 0.

Router# show port voice log 4/0
 
   
03:36:26: incoming caller number: 11001 
03:36:26: incoming called number: 21001 
03:36:26: Voice Connect event: 
Voice Codec : G.711 a-law 
Echo Canceler Length : 64 taps 
Digit detection enable : DTMF signaling - enabled 
Echo Cancellation Control : Echo cancellation - enabled 
Echo update - enabled 
Non-linear processor - enabled 
Echo reset coefficients - 
disabled 
High pass filter enable - 
disabled 
Comfort noise generation : Generate comfort noise 
Voice activity detection : Disabled 
Information field size : 20 ms 
Digit relay enable : OOB Digit relay - 
disabled 
IB Digit relay - 
disabled 
Encapsulation protocol : RTP 
Playout de-jitter mode : adaptive 
Input Gain : 0 dB 
Output Gain : 0 dB 
Tx/Rx SSRC : 0/0 
03:36:27: Voice Terminate event: 
Disconnect Reason : Non-specific host disconnect 
Call Timer : 122 secs 
Current playout delay : 30 ms 
Min/Max playout delay : 25/45 ms 
Clock offset : 528623613 ms 
Predictive concealment : 0 ms 
Interpolative concealment : 0 ms 
Silence concealment : 0 ms 
Buffer overflow discards : 0 
End-point detection errors : 0 
Tx/Rx Voice packets : 6130/6130 
Tx/Rx signaling packets : 0/0 
Tx/Rx comfort noise packets : 0/0 
Tx/Rx duration : 122615/122615 
Tx/Rx voice duration : 90000/82000 
: 
Out of sequence packets : 0 
Bad protocol headers : 0 
Num. of late packets : 0 
Num. of early packets : 0 
Tx/Rx Power : 932/101 dBm 
Tx/Rx Mean : 364/325 dBm 
: 
Background noise level : -1 dBm 
ERL level : 623 dB 
ACOM level : 586 dB 
Tx/Rx current activity : silence/silence 
 
   

Table 94 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 94 show port log Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

incoming caller number

The incoming caller number.

incoming called number

The incoming called number.

Voice Codec

Codec used for the current call.

Echo Canceler Length

Length of echo canceler in number of taps. Ranges from 1 to 1024 (128 milliseconds [ms]).

Digit detection enable

Bit mask where 1 = enabled, 0 = disabled, Bit 0 = dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) signaling detection.

Echo Cancellation Control

Bit mask where 1 = enabled, 0 = disabled.

Bit 0: Echo cancellation enable.

Bit 1: Echo update enable.

Bit 2: Nonlinear processor enable.

Bit 3: Echo reset coefficients (single shot).

Bit 4: High pass filter disable.

Bits 5—15: reserved (set to 0).

Echo update

Bit 1: Echo update enable.

Non-linear processor

Bit 2: Nonlinear processor enable.

Echo reset coefficients

Bit 3: Echo reset coefficients (single shot).

High pass filter enable

Bit mask where 1 = enabled, 0 = disabled Bit 0 = Echo cancellation enable.

Bit 1: Echo update enable

Bit 2: Nonlinear processor enable

Bit 3: Echo reset coefficients (single shot)

Bit 4: High pass filter disable

Bits 5—15: reserved (set to 0)

Comfort noise generation

0 = generate silence - G.711 only, 1 = generate comfort noise.

Voice activity detection

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled.

Information field size

Maximum size (in ms) of information field in fax relay packets. The range is 0 to 90 ms.

Digit relay enable

Bit mask where 1 = enabled, 0 = disabled, Bit 0 = Digit Passthrough suppression.

IB Digit relay

Bit 1 = IB Digit Relay.

Encapsulation protocol

1 = RTP (VoIP), 2 = FRF.11 (VoFR), 3 = VoATM.

Playout de-jitter mode

0 = fixed, 1 = adaptive.

Input Gain

-6.0 to 6.0 in 0.1 decibel (dB) increments.

Output Gain

0 to -14.0 in 0.1 dB increments.

Disconnect Reason

Disconnect reason.

Call Timer

In seconds.

Current playout delay

Current playout delay estimate (in ms).

Min/Max playout delay

Minimum and Maximum playout delay encountered (in ms).

Clock offset

Clock offset value (in ms).

Predictive concealment

Cumulative duration (in ms).

Interpolative concealment

Cumulative duration (in ms).

Silence concealment

Cumulative duration (in ms).

Buffer overflow discards

Cumulative number buffer overflow errors.

End-point detection errors

Cumulative number of endpoint detection errors.

Tx/Rx SSRC

Value of Tx/Rx SSRC in the Routing Table Protocol (RTP) header.

Tx/Rx Voice packets

Cumulative count of voice packets sent and received.

Tx/Rx signaling packets

Cumulative count of signaling packets sent and received.

Tx/Rx comfort noise packets

Cumulative count of comfort noise packets sent and received.

Tx/Rx duration

Total duration of voice transmission and reception (in ms).

Tx/Rx voice duration

Total duration of voice transmission and reception (in ms).

Out of sequence packets

Cumulative count of packets received out of sequence.

Bad protocol headers

Cumulative count of packets received with bad protocol headers.

Num. of late packets

Cumulative count of packets received late.

Num. of early packets

Cumulative count of packets received early.

Tx/Rx Power

Current power of sent and received signal (to time-division multiplexing [TDM]) in 0.1 dBm increments.

Tx/Rx Mean

Average power of sent and received signal (to TDM) in 0.1 dBm increments.

Background noise level

Current background noise level estimate in 0.1 decibel (dB) increments.

ERL level

Current Echo Return Loss (ERL) level estimate in 0.1 dB increments.

ACOM level

Current ACOM level estimate in 0.1 dB increments. The term ACOM is used in G.165, General Characteristics of International Telephone Connections and International Telephone Circuits: Echo Cancellers. ACOM is the combined loss achieved by the echo canceller, which is the sum of the ERL, ERL enhancement, and nonlinear processing loss for the call.

Tx/Rx current activity

0 = silence, 1 = voice.


The following example shows output for the Cisco AS5400 with the universal port DFC. The example shows the port fax history event log for slot 1, port 0.

Router# show port fax log 1/0
 
   
Port 1/00 Events Log
Port 1/01 Events Log
Port 1/02 Events Log
  *Jan  1 18:39:30.499 UTC: Fax-relay Connect event: 
    Max. transmission rate             :   4800 bps
    Information field size             :   20  ms
    TCF generation                     :   transparent
    Transmit level                     :   -10  dBm
    Encapsulation protocol             :   UDPTL
    IFP Payload Type                   :   
    ECM Disable                        :   Disabled
 
   

The following example shows output for the Cisco AS5350 on shelf 1, slot 3 with the T.38 Fax Relay statistics:

Router# show port fax log 1/3
 
   
Port 1/03 Events Log
  May  7 21:32:22.556 UTC: Fax-relay Connect event: 
    Max. transmission rate             :   14400 bps
    Information field size             :   20  ms
    TCF generation                     :   transparent
    Transmit level                     :   -10  dBm
    Encapsulation protocol             :   UDPTL
    ECM Disable                        :   Not disabled
    1 bytes of link info not formatted      :   0x01 0x00 
Fax-relay Terminate event: 
    Disconnect Reason                  : 0
    Call Timer                         : 55  secs
    Current playout delay              : 80  ms
    Min/Max playout delay              : 1/560  ms
    Buffer underflow discard           : 0
    Buffer overflow discard            : 0
    End-point detection errors         : 0
    Tx/Rx Fax packets                  : 1580/90
    Tx/Rx duration                     : 32856/6193  ms
    Tx/Rx pages                        : 1/0
    Out of sequence packets            : 0
    Bad protocol headers               : 0
    Fax state                          : Idle
!
	Current signal level               : 42  dBm
    Phase jitter                       : 0  degrees
    Frequency offset                   : 0  Hz
    EQM                                : 0
    Packet loss concealment count      : 0
    TX/RX Byte Count                   : 0/76
    Recent HS Modulation               : V.17/short/14400
    ECM in use                         : 1
 
   

The following example shows output for the Cisco AS5350 on shelf 1, slot 3 with the T.38 fax relay statistics:

Router# show port fax log 1/3
 
   
Port 1/03 Events Log
  May  7 21:32:22.556 UTC: Fax-relay Connect event: 
    Max. transmission rate             :   14400 bps
    Information field size             :   20  ms
    TCF generation                     :   transparent
    Transmit level                     :   -10  dBm
    Encapsulation protocol             :   UDPTL
    ECM Disable                        :   Not disabled
    1 bytes of link info not formatted      :   0x01 0x00 
Fax-relay Terminate event: 
    Disconnect Reason                  : 0
    Call Timer                         : 55  secs
    Current playout delay              : 80  ms
    Min/Max playout delay              : 1/560  ms
    Buffer underflow discard           : 0
    Buffer overflow discard            : 0
    End-point detection errors         : 0
    Tx/Rx Fax packets                  : 1580/90
    Tx/Rx duration                     : 32856/6193  ms
    Tx/Rx pages                        : 1/0
    Out of sequence packets            : 0
    Bad protocol headers               : 0
    Fax state                          : Idle
!
	Current signal level               : 42  dBm
    Phase jitter                       : 0  degrees
    Frequency offset                   : 0  Hz
    EQM                                : 0
    Packet loss concealment count      : 0
    TX/RX Byte Count                   : 0/76
    Recent HS Modulation               : V.17/short/14400
    ECM in use                         : 1
 
   

Table 95 lists the significant fields displayed in the output of show port fax log command:

Table 95 show port fax log Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Max. transmission rate

0: No Limit.

1: 2400 bits per second (bps).

2: 4800 bps.

3: 7200 bps.

4: 9600 bps.

5: 12000 bps.

6: 14400 bps.

Information field size

Maximum size of information field in fax relay packets. The range is 0 to 90 ms.

TCF generation

0: transparent (remote).

1: controlled (local).

Transmit level

Transmit level of remodulator (in decibels per milliwatt [dBm]): -10 to -21.

Encapsulation protocol

1: UDPTL (T.38—VoIP) (default).

2: FRF.11 (VoFR).

3: RTP (IFP in RTP).

IFP Payload Type

0 to 127. Negotiated payload type for fax relay over RTP. (Valid only when encapsulation protocol is RTP.)

ECM Disable

0 - Error Correction Mode (ECM) is not disabled.

1 - ECM is disabled.

Disconnect Reason

Disconnect Reason.

Call Timer

Call timer in seconds.

Current playout delay

Current playout delay estimate in milliseconds (ms).

Min/Max playout delay

Minimum and maximum playout delay encountered in ms.

Buffer underflow discard

Cumulative number of buffer underflow errors.

Buffer overflow discard

Cumulative number of buffer overflow errors.

End-point detection errors

Cumulative number of endpoint detection errors.

Tx/Rx Fax packets

Cumulative count of fax packets sent and received.

Tx/Rx duration

Total duration of fax transmission and reception in ms.

Tx/Rx pages

Total pages of fax transmitted and received.

Out of sequence packets

Cumulative count of packets received out of sequence.

Bad protocol headers

Cumulative count of packets received with bad protocol headers.

Fax state

Idle.

Current signal level

Current sent and received signal level estimate in dBm.

Phase jitter

Measured amount of phase jitter which indicates how large the "rocking" is in degrees. On an oscilloscope, the constellation points would look like crescent moons. Values can range up to 15 degrees. The typical value is 0 (that is, phase jitter is not normally present).

Frequency offset

The difference (in hertz) between the expected RX carrier frequency and the actual RX carrier frequency.

EQM

Eye Quality Monitor (EQM) provides an assessment of line quality during transmission of both high speed (V.29, V.17, etc) and low speed (V.21) data.

Packet loss concealment count

Packet loss concealment count.

Tx/Rx Byte Count

Number of bytes sent and received.

Recent HS Modulation

Recent high-speed modulation used.

ECM in use

0 - Error Correction Mode (ECM) is not in use.

1 - ECM is in use.


Related Commands

Command
Description

clear port log

Clears all port log events.

show port operational-status

Displays active session statistics.


show port modem calltracker

To display the port-level information for an active modem, use the show port modem calltracker command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show port modem calltracker [slot | slot/port]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show port modem calltracker [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/port]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/port

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. Port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and Universal Port Card (UPC) slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/port

(Optional) The specified port range on a shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 1to 323. You must type in the forward slashes (/).


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400 and Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350 universal gateway.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

When there is no call on the specified port, the most recent call information is displayed. This command uses the Call Tracker database. To enable Call Tracker, enter the calltracker enable global configuration command.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show port modem calltracker command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example shows output for slot 3, port 3:

Router# show port modem calltracker 3/3
 
   
-------------------------- call handle=        62 --------------------------
status=Active, service=PPP, origin=Answer, category=Modem
DS0 slot/port/ds1/chan=4/7/7/0, called=124, calling=(n/a)
userid=as5300-ref2, ip=192.169.124.1, mask=255.255.255.0
setup=06/22/2000 21:50:47, conn=6.77, phys=25.00, service=29.83, authen=29.83
init rx/tx b-rate=33600/33600, rx/tx chars=0/0
resource slot/port=3/3, mp bundle=0, charged units=0, account id=0
idb handle=0x645B97CC, tty handle=0x622207BC, tcb handle=0x0
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
protocol: last=LAP-M, attempted=LAP-M
compression: last=V.42bis-Both, supported= V.42bis-RX V.42bis-TX
standard: last=V.34+, attempted=V.21, initial=V.21
 
   
snr=40 dB, sq=5, rx/tx level=-15/0 dBm
phase jitter: freq=1 Hz, level=2 degrees
far end echo level=-90 dBm, freq offset=0 Hz
phase roll=0 degrees, round-trip delay=0 msecs
digital pad=None dB, digital pad comp=0
rbs pattern=0, constellation=0 point
rx/tx: symbol rate=3429/3429, carrier freq=1959/1959
rx/tx: trellis code=0/0, preemphasis index=0/0
rx/tx: constellation shape=Off/Off, nonlinear encode=Off/Off
rx/tx: precode=Off/Off, xmit level reduct=0/0 dBm
 
   
rx/tx: chars=0/0, general info=0x0
rx/tx: link layer chars=0/0, NAKs=0/0
error corrected: rx/tx=0/0, rx bad=0
ec retransmissions=0, retransmitted frames=0
rx/tx ppp slip=0/0, bad ppp slip=0
 
   
rx/tx b-rate: last=33600/33600, lowest=0/0, highest=0/0
phase 2 projected max rx b-rate: client=0, host=33600
phase 4 desired rx/tx b-rate: client=16384/25987, host=25987/42765
retrains: local=0, remote=0, failed=0
speedshift: local up/down=0/0, remote up/down=0/0, failed=0
 
   
v110: rx good=0, rx bad=0, tx=0, sync lost=0
SS7/COT status=0x00
v90: status=(Invalid #141), client=(n/a), failure=None
 
   
rx/tx: max neg I frame=128/128, neg window=0/128
v42bis size: dictionary=0, string=16
T401 timeouts=0, tx window closures=0, rx overruns=0
test err=0, reset=0, v0 synch loss=0
mail lost: host=0, sp=0
 
   
duration(sec)=0, disc reason=0x0
disc text=(n/a)
 
   
                --------5---------10--------15--------20--------25--------30
line shape  : 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
v8bis capab : 0x12C9808081C609B502009481834347CB000000000000
v8bis mod sl: 0x00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
v8 jnt menu : 0xC16513942A8D00000000000000000000000000000000
v8 call menu: 0x00C16513942A00000000000000000000000000000000
v90 training: 0x00000000
v90 sgn ptrn: 0x00000000
state trnsn : 0x0F0F010203041013151920FF000000000000000000000000000000000000
                0000
portwre diag: 0x00000000000000000000000000000000
phase 2 info: 0x0200EFF41F120000003CEFF41F0200E001EFB4014082050B083470200001
                1EEFB41440E1050008FCA707A707650D00000000000000000000
phase 4 info: 0x0DA70D65836583400040
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

show port modem log

To display the events generated by the modem sessions, use the show port modem log command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show port modem log [reverse] [slot | slot/port] [slot | slot/port]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show port modem log [reverse] [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/port] [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/port]

Syntax Description

reverse

(Optional) Displays the modem port history event log with the most recent event first.

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. A range of slots can be specified by entering a second value for the slot argument

slot/port

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. Port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark. A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the slot/port argument.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and Universal Port Card (UPC) slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark. A range shelfs and slots can be specified by entering a second value for the shelf/slot argument.

shelf/slot/port

(Optional) All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must type in the forward slashes (/). A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the shelf/slot/port argument.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400 and Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XA

Link and states information was added.

12.2(2)XB1

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB1.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

The port modem test log displays the results of the SPE diagnostics tests.

Examples

The following is sample output for the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example shows the port history event log for slot 5, port 47:

Router# show port modem log 5/47
 
   
Port 5/47 Events Log 
     Service type: DATA_FAX_MODEM 
     Service mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM 
     Session State: IDLE 
  00:02:23: incoming called number: 35160 
     Service type: DATA_FAX_MODEM 
     Service mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM 
     Session State: IDLE 
     Service type: DATA_FAX_MODEM 
     Service mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM 
     Session State: ACTIVE 
  00:02:23: Modem State event: 
           State: Connect 
  00:02:16: Modem State event: 
           State: Link 
  00:02:13: Modem State event: 
           State: Train Up 
  00:02:05: Modem State event: 
           State: EC Negotiating 
  00:02:05: Modem State event: 
           State: Steady 
  00:02:05: Modem Static event: 
    Connect Protocol                        :   LAP-M 
    Compression                             :   V.42bis 
    Connected Standard                      :   V.34+ 
    TX,RX Symbol Rate                       :   3429, 3429 
    TX,RX Carrier Frequency                 :   1959, 1959 
    TX,RX Trellis Coding                    :   16/16 
    Frequency Offset                        :   0  Hz 
    Round Trip Delay                        :   0  msecs 
    TX,RX Bit Rate                          :   33600, 33600 
    Robbed Bit Signalling (RBS) pattern     :   0 
    Digital Pad                             :   None 
    Digital Pad Compensation                :   None 
    4 bytes of link info not formatted      :   0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 
  00:02:06:Modem Dynamic event: 
    Sq Value                                :   5 
    Signal Noise Ratio                      :   40  dB 
    Receive Level                           :   -12  dBm 
    Phase Jitter Frequency                  :   0  Hz 
    Phase Jitter Level                      :   2  degrees 
    Far End Echo Level                      :   -90  dBm 
    Phase Roll                              :   0  degrees 
    Total Retrains                          :   0 
    EC Retransmission Count                 :   0 
    Characters transmitted, received        :   0, 0 
    Characters received BAD                 :   0 
    PPP/SLIP packets transmitted, received  :   0, 0 
    PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) :   0 
    EC packets transmitted, received OK     :   0, 0 
    EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       :   0 
 
   

The following example shows the port history event log with the most recent event first on slot 5, port 40:

Router# show port modem log reverse 5/40
 
   
Modem port 5/40 Events Log
  00:02:18:Modem Dynamic event:
    Sq Value                                :   5
    Signal Noise Ratio                      :   38  dB
    Receive Level                           :   -12  dBm
    Phase Jitter Frequency                  :   0  Hz
    Phase Jitter Level                      :   0  degrees
    Far End Echo Level                      :   0  dBm
    Phase Roll                              :   0  degrees
    Total Retrains                          :   0
    EC Retransmission Count                 :   0
    Characters transmitted, received        :   0, 0
    Characters received BAD                 :   0
    PPP/SLIP packets transmitted, received  :   0, 0
    PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) :   0
    EC packets transmitted, received OK     :   0, 0
    EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       :   0
  00:02:18: Modem Static event:
    Connect Protocol                        :   LAP-M
    Compression                             :   V.42bis
    Connected Standard                      :   V.90
    TX,RX Symbol Rate                       :   8000, 3200
    TX,RX Carrier Frequency                 :   1829, 1829
    TX,RX Trellis Coding                    :   16/16
    Frequency Offset                        :   0  Hz
    Round Trip Delay                        :   4  msecs
    TX,RX Bit Rate                          :   52000, 28800
    Robbed Bit Signalling (RBS) pattern     :   255
    Digital Pad                             :   None
    Digital Pad Compensation                :   Enabled
    4 bytes of link info not formatted      :   0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00
  00:02:23: Modem State event:
           State: Steady
  00:02:23: Modem State event:
           State: EC Negotiating
  00:02:36: Modem State event:
           State: Train Up
  00:02:39: Modem State event:
           State: Link
  00:02:46: Modem State event:
           State: Connect
  00:02:46: Port State Reached:
     Service type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
     Service mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
     Session State: ACTIVE
  00:02:46: Port State Reached:
     Service type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
     Service mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
     Session State: IDLE
  00:02:47: incoming called number: 6000
  00:02:47: incoming caller number: 90002
 
   

The following is sample output for the Cisco AS5800 with the UPC. This example shows the port history event log for slot 8, ports 0 to 6:

Router# show port modem log 1/8/0 1/8/6
 
   
Port 1/08/00 Events Log
  09:09:53: Service Type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:53: Service Mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:53: Session State: FLUSHING
  09:09:53: Service Type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:53: Service Mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:53: Session State: IDLE
  09:09:53: Modem State event:
            State: Terminate
  09:09:53: Modem End Connect event:
    Call Timer                              :   26  secs
    Disconnect Reason Info                  :   0x1F00
        Type (=0  ):  <unknown>
       Class (=31 ):  Requested by host
      Reason (=0  ):  non-specific host disconnect
    Total Retrains                          :   0
    EC Retransmission Count                 :   0
    Characters transmitted, received        :   2633, 485
    Characters received BAD                 :   0
    PPP/SLIP packets transmitted, received  :   0, 0
    PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) :   0
    EC packets transmitted, received OK     :   27, 21
    EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       :   0
  09:09:54:Modem Link Rate event:
  09:09:55: Service Type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:55: Service Mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:55: Session State: IDLE
  09:09:55: Service Type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:55: Service Mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:55: Session State: ACTIVE
  09:09:55: Modem State event:
            State: Connect
  09:09:55: Modem State event:
            State: Link
  09:09:55: Modem State event:
            State: Train Up
  09:09:55: Modem State event:
            State: EC Negotiating
  09:09:55: Modem State event:
            State: Steady
  09:09:55: Modem Static event:
    Connect Protocol                        :   LAP-M
    Compression                             :   V.42bis
    Connected Standard                      :   V.34+
    TX,RX Symbol Rate                       :   3429, 3429
    TX,RX Carrier Frequency                 :   1959, 1959
    TX,RX Trellis Coding                    :   16/16
    Frequency Offset                        :   0  Hz
    Round Trip Delay                        :   1  msecs
    TX,RX Bit Rate                          :   31200, 28800
    Robbed Bit Signalling (RBS) pattern     :   0
    Digital Pad                             :   None
    Digital Pad Compensation                :   None
    4 bytes of link info not formatted      :   0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00
  09:09:56: Modem Dynamic event:
    Sq Value                                :   5
    Signal Noise Ratio                      :   38  dB
    Receive Level                           :   -15  dBm
    Phase Jitter Frequency                  :   13  Hz
    Phase Jitter Level                      :   0  degrees
    Far End Echo Level                      :   -90  dBm
    Phase Roll                              :   0  degrees
    Total Retrains                          :   0
    EC Retransmission Count                 :   0
    Characters transmitted, received        :   0, 0
    Characters received BAD                 :   0
    PPP/SLIP packets transmitted, received  :   0, 0
    PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) :   0
    EC packets transmitted, received OK     :   0, 0
    EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       :   0
  09:09:58: Service Type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:58: Service Mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:58: Session State: FLUSHING
  09:09:58: Service Type: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:58: Service Mode: DATA_FAX_MODEM
  09:09:58: Session State: IDLE
  09:09:58: Modem State event:
            State: Terminate
  .
  .
  .
 
   

Table 96 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 96 show port modem log Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Port 5/47 Events Log

Port number and slot is displayed.

Service type:

Data fax modem is displayed.

Service mode:

Data fax modem mode.

Session State:

Idle or busy state.

Incoming called number:

The number of the incoming call.

Modem <slot/port> Events Log:

The modem for which log events are currently displayed.

Modem State Event

Current state of the modem, which can be any of the following:

Connect—Modem is connected to a remote host.

Open—Open modem event.

Link—Link protocol event occurred.

Training—Modem retraining event.

EC correction—Error correction frames sent or received.

Steady—Steady modem event.

Bad—Inoperable state, which is configured by the modem bad command.

Bad*—Inoperable state, which is configured by the modem startup-test command during initial power-up testing.

Reset—Modem is in reset mode.

D/L—Modem is downloading firmware.

Bad FW—Downloaded modem firmware is not operational.

Busy—Modem is out of service and not available for calls

Idle—Modem is ready for incoming and outgoing calls.

Modem Static event:

Current static event of the MICA modem, which can be any of the following:

Connect Protocol—Connection protocol used for the current session, which can be SYNC mode, ASYNC mode, ARA1.0, ARA2.0, LAP-M, or MNP.

Compression—Type of compression used for the current session, which can be None, V.42bis TX, V.42bis RX, V.42bis both, or MNP5 data compression.

Connected Standard—Standards protocol used to connect, which can be V.21, Bell103, V.22, V.22bis, Bell212, V.23, V.32, V.32bis, V.32terbo, V.34, V.34+, or K56Flex 1.1.

TX, RX Symbol Rate—Symbol rate used to send samples to the line or receive samples off of the line.

TX, RX Carrier Frequency—Carrier frequency used by the remote service provider.

TX, RX Trellis Coding—Trellis coding received and sent.

Frequency Offset—+/-32 in 1/8 hertz (Hz) steps.

Round Trip Delay—Total round trip propagation delay of the link, which is expressed in milliseconds (ms).

TX, RX Bit Rate—For RX, the bit rate from the remote service provider to the local service provider. For TX, the bit rate from the local service provider to the remote service provider.

Modem Dynamic event:

Current dynamic event of the MICA modem, which can be any of the following:

Sq Value—Signal quality value, which can be from 0 to 7 (0 is the worst possible quality).

Signal Noise Ratio—Expressed in decibels, which can be from 0 to 70 dB steps.

Receive Level—Expressed in decibels, which can be from 0 to 128 dBm steps.

Phase Jitter Frequency—+/-32 in 1/8 Hz steps.

Phase Jitter Level—0 to 90 degrees.

Far End Echo Level—0 to -90 in dBm of far end echo level (that portion of the sent analog signal that has bounced off the analog front end of the remote modem).

Phase Roll—+/-32 in 1/8 Hz steps.

Total Retrains—Count of total retrains.

ECR retransmission Count—Count of total error correction retransmissions that occurred during the duration of the link.

Characters Transmitted, Received—Count of total characters sent and received.

Characters received BAD—A subset of the characters sent and received. Represents the total number of parity error characters.

PPP/SLIP packets transmitted, received—Total count of PPP/SLIP packets sent and received. This total could include all PPP/SLIP packets, including BAD/ABORTED packets.

PPP/SLIP packets received, (BAD/ ABORTED)—Total count of the bad or aborted PPP/Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) packets, which is a subset of the above (PPP/SLIP packets received, transmitted).

EC packets transmitted, received—Count of total error correction frames sent and received. This total could include all error correction packets, including BAD/ABORTED packets.

EC packets (Received BAD/ ABORTED)—Total count of the bad or aborted error correction packets, which is a subset of the EC packets sent and received.


Related Commands

Command
Description

clear port log

Clears all event entries in the port level history event log.

port modem autotest

Automatically and periodically performs a modem diagnostics test for modems inside the access server or router.

port modem startup-test

Performs diagnostic testing for all modems.

show port modem log

Displays the events generated by the modem sessions.

show spe modem active

Displays active modem statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified SPE range.

test port modem back-to-back

Tests two specified ports back-to-back and transfers a specified amount of data between the ports.


show port modem test

To display the modem test log, use the show port modem test command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show port modem test [slot | slot/port]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show port modem test [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/port]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/port

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. Port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and Universal Port Card (UPC) slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/port

(Optional) The specified port range on a shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400 and Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

The port modem test log displays the results of the SPE diagnostics tests.

Examples

The following is sample output for the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays the results of the SPE startup test, SPE autotest, and SPE back-to-back test.


Note The Reason column indicates why the test was started. The TIME INTERVAL is one of the triggers under autotest, the other being the error threshold.
Router# show port modem test
 
   
Date Time             Modem  Test               Reason            State Result
 3/02 12:00:57 PM       2/01  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:00:57 PM       2/00  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:00:58 PM       2/02  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:00:58 PM       2/03  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:00:58 PM       2/04  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:00:58 PM       2/05  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 .
 .
 .
 3/02 12:01:14 PM       3/95  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:01:14 PM       3/94  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:01:15 PM       3/75  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:01:15 PM       3/74  Back-To-Back     :STARTUP TEST      Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:13:52 PM       3/20  Back-To-Back     :USER INITIATED    Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:13:52 PM       2/10  Back-To-Back     :USER INITIATED    Idle  PASS
 .
 .
 .
3/02 12:44:00 PM      3/102  No Test (Time)   :MIN IDLE MODEMS   Idle  NOTST
 3/02 12:44:00 PM      3/103  No Test (Time)   :MIN IDLE MODEMS   Idle  NOTST
 3/02 12:44:00 PM      3/104  No Test (Time)   :MIN IDLE MODEMS   Idle  NOTST
 3/02 12:44:00 PM      3/105  No Test (Time)   :MIN IDLE MODEMS   Idle  NOTST
 3/02 12:44:00 PM      3/106  No Test (Time)   :MIN IDLE MODEMS   Idle  NOTST
 3/02 12:44:00 PM      3/107  No Test (Time)   :MIN IDLE MODEMS   Idle  NOTST
 3/02 12:44:21 PM       2/73  Back-To-Back     :TIME INTERVAL     Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:44:21 PM       2/72  Back-To-Back     :TIME INTERVAL     Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:44:21 PM       2/33  Back-To-Back     :TIME INTERVAL     Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:44:21 PM       2/32  Back-To-Back     :TIME INTERVAL     Idle  PASS
 3/02 12:44:21 PM       3/37  Back-To-Back     :TIME INTERVAL     Idle  PASS
 
   

Table 97 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 97 show port modem test Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Date

Date the back-to-back test occurred for the specified modem.

Time

Time the test occurred.

Modem

Specified modem that performed a back-to-back test.

Test

Operation performed on the specified modem.

Reason

Reason the modem performed the back-to-back test.

State

Current operational state of the modem.

Result

Result of the back-to-back test for the specified modem.


Related Commands

Command
Description

clear port log

Clears all event entries in the port level history event log.

port modem autotest

Automatically and periodically performs a modem diagnostics test for modems inside the access server or router.

port modem startup-test

Performs diagnostic testing for all modems.

show port modem log

Displays the modem port history event log or modem test log.

show port log reverse

Displays the latest event first from the port history event log.

show port modem log

Displays the events generated by the modem sessions.

test port modem back-to-back

Tests two specified ports back-to-back and transfers a specified amount of data between the ports.


show port operational-status

To display the active session statistics, use the show port operational-status command in privileged EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show port operational-status {slot | slot/port}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show port operational-status {shelf/slot | shelf/slot/port}

Syntax Description

slot

Displays information for all ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/port

Displays information for all ports on the specified slot and service processing element (SPE). For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. Port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

Displays information for all ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and Universal Port Card (UPC) slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/port

Displays information for all ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must type in the forward slashes (/).


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XA

Disconnect reasons and states information were added.

12.2(2)XB1

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB1.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.

12.3(4)T

Configuration output was modified to show voice activity detection (VAD) background noise and echo canceller (EC or ECAN) background noise statistics.

12.3(14)T

T.38 fax relay call statistics were made available to Call Detail Records (CDRs) through Vendor-Specific Attributes (VSAs) and added to the call log.


Usage Guidelines

This command displays the operational status of a specific port or port range. The port should have an associated active modem session when the command is executed. The show port operational-status command is equivalent to the show modem operational-status MICA technologies modem command.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show port operational-status command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays operational status for slot 2, SPE 0, port 1:

Router# show port operational-status 2/1
 
   
slot/spe/Port -- 2/0/1 
Service Type                            :Modem service 
Disconnect Reason Info                  :0x0 
Type (=0  ): <unknown> 
Class (=0  ): Other 
Reason (=0  ): no disconnect has yet occurred 
Modulation Standard                     :V.34+ 
TX/RX Bit Rate                          :31200/14400 
Connect Protocol                        :LAP-M 
Compression                             :V.42bis 
Call Timer                              :47 secs 
Link Signal Quality                     :7 
SNR                                     :37 dB 
TX/RX Symbol Rate                       :3429/3429 
TX/RX Carrier Frequency                 :1959/1959 
TX/RX Trellis Coding                    :16/16 
TX/RX Preemphasis Index                 :0/1 
TX/RX Constellation Shaping             :On-Active/On-Active 
TX/RX Nonlinear Encoding                :On-Active/On-Active 
TX/RX Precoding                         :On-Active/On-Active 
TX/RX Xmit Level Reduction              :3/1 dBm 
Receive Level                           :-15 dBm 
Frequency Offset                        :0 Hz 
Phase Jitter Frequency                  :2 Hz 
Phase Jitter Level                      :2 degrees 
Far End Echo Level                      :-90 dBm 
Phase Roll                              :0 degrees 
Round Trip Delay                        :0 msecs 
>Total Retrains                          :0 
Self Test Error count                   :0 
EC Retransmission count                 :0 
EC packets transmitted/received OK      :11/12 
EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       :0 
Characters transmitted/received         :76/13 
Characters received BAD                 :0 
PPP/SLIP packets transmitted/received   :0/0 
PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) :0 
RBS Pattern                             :0 
Digital Pad                             :0 
Digital Pad Compensation                :0 
 
   

The following example displays operational status for a V.110 digital service for the Cisco AS5400 on slot 2, SPE 3, port 23:

Router# show port operational-status 2/23
 
   
slot/spe/Port -- 2/3/23 
Service Type                            : Digital service 
Connect Protocol                        : V110 
Data Bits                               : 8 
Parity                                  : 0 
Stop Bits                               : 1 
TX/RX Bit Rate                          : 19200/19200 
Call Timer                              : 116 secs 
EC packets transmitted/received OK      : 0/0 
EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       : 0 
PPP/SLIP packets transmitted, received  : 8/8 
PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) : 0 
Sync Loss                               : 0
 
   

The following example shows output from the show port operational-status command for the Cisco AS5800 on shelf 1, slot 8:

Router# show port operational-status 1/8
 
   
Shelf/Slot/SPE/Port -- 1/8/32/194
Service Type                            : Modem service
Disconnect Reason Info                  : 0x0
     Type (=0  ):  <unknown>
    Class (=0  ):  Other
   Reason (=0  ):  no disconnect has yet occurred
Modulation Standard                     : V.34+
TX/RX Bit Rate                          : 31200/31200
Connect Protocol                        : LAP-M
Compression                             : V.42bis
Call Timer                              : 18 secs
Link Signal Quality                     : 6
SNR                                     : 38 dB
TX/RX Symbol Rate                       : 3429/3429
TX/RX Carrier Frequency                 : 1959/1959
TX/RX Trellis Coding                    : 16/16
TX/RX Preemphasis Index                 : 0/1
TX/RX Constellation Shaping             : Off-None/On-Active
TX/RX Nonlinear Encoding                : Off-None/On-Active
TX/RX Precoding                         : Off-None/On-Active
TX/RX Xmit Level Reduction              : 6/5 dBm
Receive Level                           : -15 dBm
Frequency Offset                        : 0 Hz
Phase Jitter Frequency                  : 5 Hz
Phase Jitter Level                      : 2 degrees
Far End Echo Level                      : -90 dBm
Phase Roll                              : 0 degrees
Round Trip Delay                        : 1 msecs
Total Retrains                          : 0
Self Test Error count                   : 0
EC Retransmission count                 : 1
EC packets transmitted/received OK      : 34/14
EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)       : 0
Characters transmitted/received         : 9393/355
Characters received BAD                 : 0
PPP/SLIP packets transmitted/received   : 0/0
PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED) : 0
RBS Pattern                             : 0
Digital Pad                             : 0
Digital Pad Compensation                : 0
.
.
.
 
   

The following example shows VAD background noise and ECAN background noise statistics:

Router# show port operational-status 1/0
 
   
Slot/SPE/Port -- 1/0/0
Service Type                            :Voice service
Voice Codec                             :G.711 u-law
Echo Canceler Length                    :8 ms
Echo Cancellation Control               :Echo cancellation       - enabled
                                          Echo update             - enabled
                                          Non-linear processor    - enabled
                                          Echo reset coefficients - disabled
                                          High pass filter enable - disabled
Digit detection enable                  :DTMF signaling          - enabled
Voice activity detection                :Disabled
Comfort noise generation                :Generate comfort noise
Digit relay enable                      :OOB Digit relay         - disabled
                                          IB Digit relay          - disabled
Information field size                  :20 ms
Playout de-jitter mode                  :adaptive
Encapsulation protocol                  :RTP
Input Gain                              :0.0 dB
Output Gain                             :0.0 dB
Tx/Rx SSRC                              :20/0
Current playout delay                   :65 ms
Min/Max playout delay                   :65/105 ms
Clock offset                            :142003 ms
Predictive concealment                  :0 ms
Interpolative concealment               :0 ms
Silence concealment                     :0 ms
Buffer overflow discards                :1
End-point detection errors              :0
Tx/Rx Voice packets                     :1337/1341
Tx/Rx signaling packets                 :0/0
Tx/Rx comfort noise packets             :0/0
Tx/Rx duration                          :26745/26745 ms
Tx/Rx voice duration                    :0/0 ms
Out of sequence packets                 :0
Bad protocol headers                    :0
Num. of late packets                    :0
Num. of early packets                   :1
Tx/Rx Power                             :-87.0/-57.3 dBm
Tx/Rx Mean                              :-86.3/-57.0 dBm
VAD Background noise level              :6.2 dBm
ERL level                               :127.0 dB
ACOM level                              :127.0 dB
Tx/Rx current activity                  :silence/silence
Tx/Rx byte count                        :213920/214240
ECAN Background noise level             :-83.4 dBm
Latest SSRC value                       :391643394
Number of SSRC changes                  :1
Number of payload violations            :0
 
   

Table 98 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 98 show port operational-status Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

slot/SPE/Port

Displays the slot and port designation for the SPE card location.

Service Type

Indicates the type of service.

Disconnect Reason Info

Displays the reason for disconnection.

Modulation Standard

Modulation standard can be V.21, Bell103, V.22, V.22bis, Bell 212, V.23, V.32, V.32bis, V.32terbo, V.34, V.34+, or K56Flex 1.1.

TX/RX Bit Rate

TX is the bit rate from the local DCE to the remote DCE. RX is the bit rate from the remote DCE to the local DCE. These rates may be asynchronous.

Connect Protocol

Connect protocol for the current session, which can be SYNC mode, ARA1.0, ARA2.0, LAP-M, MNP, FAX mode, SS7/COT, or V.110.

Compression

Compression protocol used for the current connection, which can be None, V.42bis TX, V.42bis RX, V.42bis both, or MNP5 data compression.

Link Signal Quality

Measure of line quality for a given bit rate where 0 is the worst and 3 is steady state. If a 1 or 2 is present, the modem must shift down to a lower rate. Likewise, if the value is 4 to 7, the modem speeds shift up to a higher rate. If the value is high (for example, 7) and the bit rate is low, then there may be a problem at the remote end receiver.

SNR

The ratio measurement (in dB) of the desired signal to noise. This value can range from 0 to 70 dB and changes in 1 dB steps. Note that a 28.8-kbps connection demands an SNR of about 37 dB. Any values lower than this level result in a diminished quality of connection. A 33.6-kbps connection demands a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 38 to 39 dB. Also note that a "clean" line has an SNR of about 41 dB.

TX/RX Symbol Rate

TX is symbol rate used to send samples to the line. RX is the symbol rate used to receive samples off of the line. The rates are synchronous with each other.

TX/RX Carrier Frequency

For TX, carrier frequency used by the local DCE. For RX, carrier frequency used by the remote DCE.

TX/RX Trellis Coding

Adds dependency between symbols in order to make the detection in noise more robust (Forward Error Correction). Modems may use 8 (V.32, V.32bis, V.17), 16, 32, 64 (V.34, V.34+, V.90, K56flex), or no trellis coding (V.22, V.22bis, V.21, Bell212, Bell103, V.29, V.27).

TX/RX Preemphasis Index

Involves shaping the raw transmit spectrum in order to deal with spectrum roll-offs. The preemphasis index can take on the values 0 to 10. A zero denotes no reshaping. Typical values usually fall in the ranges from 0 to 2 or 6 to 7. This technique is used with V.34 and V.34+ standards.

TX/RX Constellation Shaping

A method for improving noise immunity by using a probability distribution for sent signal points. The signal states used to predict the sensitivity to certain transmission impairments. Values may be either Off-none or On-active. This technique is used with V.34 and V.34+ standards.

TX/RX Nonlinear Encoding

Occurs during the training phase and moves the outer points of the constellation away in order to deal with nonlinear distortion. Nonlinear distortion (0 to 200 Hz) tends to affect the higher power signals. Moving the outer constellation points out reduces the chance of error. Values may be either Off-none or On-active. MICA modems support nonlinear coding in both directions. This technique is used with V.34 and V.34+ standards.

TX/RX Precoding

Serves the same purpose as the preemphasis index but instead manages the bits and not the raw transmit signals. This is done only when requested and therefore will occur in the RX mode. The values may be either Off-none or On-active. This technique is used with V.34 and V.34+ standards.

TX/RX Xmit Level Reduction

Affects the transmit signal with 0 to 15 in dBm of reduction. If nonlinear distortion is detected, the modem prompts the client for a lower-powered TX signal. If the remote end detects nonlinear distortion, it may request that the sender lower the TX signal. This technique is used with V.34 and V.34+ standards.

Receive Level

The power of the received signal in dBm steps. It ranges from 0 to -128 dBm. Typically the range in the United States is about -22 dBm, and in Europe is -12 dBm. A good range is from -12 dBm to -24 dBm.

Frequency Offset

The difference (in hertz) between the expected RX carrier frequency and the actual RX carrier frequency.

Phase Jitter Frequency

Peak to peak differential (in hertz) between two signal points. Uncanceled phase jitter looks like "rocking" of the baseband quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) constellation. The points look like arcs with the outer points having longer arcs.

Phase Jitter Level

Amount of phase jitter measured and indicates how large the "rocking" is in degrees. On an oscilloscope, the constellation points would look like crescent moons. Values can range up to 15 degrees. The typical value is zero (that is, phase jitter is not normally present).

Far End Echo Level

Over long connections, an echo is produced by impedance mismatches at 2-wire-to-4-wire and 4-wire-to-2-wire hybrid circuitry. The far-end echo level (that portion of the sent analog signal that has bounced off of the remote modem analog front end) may range from 0 to -90 in dBm.

Phase Roll

Phase roll affects the echo signal coming back. A certain constellation pattern is sent from a modem and arrives at to the central office. Some echoed form of this signal/constellation pattern is sent back. However, the constellation shape may be rotated from 0 to 359 degrees. This rotation is called the phase roll.

Round Trip Delay

Total round trip propagation delay of the link (in milliseconds). This is important for proper echo cancellation. The amount that the delay varies on the network.

Total Retrains

Count of total retrains and speed shifts.

Self Test Error count

Total errors generated during a self-test run.

EC Retransmission count

The number of times the NextPort has gone into error recovery in the TX direction for a particular connection. The larger the number, the worse the connection. However, this parameter should be weighed against the count produced by EC packets sent and received in order to determine if there should really be a concern.

EC packets transmitted/received OK

Error correction (EC) packets sent is the number of TX frames that the client modem accepted. EC packets received is the number of data RX frames accepted.

EC packets (Received BAD/ABORTED)

This is identical to the EC Retransmission count field.

PPP/SLIP packets transmitted/received

Total count of PPP/Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) packets sent and received. This total could include all PPP/SLIP packets, including BAD/ABORTED packets.

PPP/SLIP packets received (BAD/ABORTED)

Total count of the bad or aborted PPP/SLIP packets, which is a subset of PPP/SLIP packets received. A counted PPP packet has a bad frame check sequence (FCS), or the SLIP packet has a transparency error.

RBS Pattern

Reports the number of robbed bits detected in the connection. The robbed bits are used for inband signaling. This information is reported only for K56Flex (by the analog modem) and is found only on a channelized line such as T1 or E1. The six least significant bits (LSBs) of the returned value indicate the periodic robbed bit signaling (RBS) pattern where a 1 denotes a pulse code modulation (PCM) sample with a robbed bit.

VAD Background noise level

VAD background noise level, in 6.2 dBm increments.

ECAN Background noise level

ECAN background noise level, in -83.4 decibels per milliwatt (dBm) increments.


The following example shows output from the show port operational-status command for the Cisco AS5350 on shelf 1, slot 5 with the T.38 fax relay statistics:

Router# show port operational-status 1/5
 
   
Telephony call-legs: 1
SIP call-legs: 0
H323 call-legs: 0
MGCP call-legs: 0
Multicast call-legs: 0
Total call-legs: 1
 
   
 GENERIC:
SetupTime=10465510 ms
Index=1
PeerAddress=41023
PeerSubAddress=
PeerId=1
PeerIfIndex=242
LogicalIfIndex=180
ConnectTime=1046791
CallDuration=00:00:41 sec
CallState=4
CallOrigin=2
ChargedUnits=0
InfoType=fax
TransmitPackets=260
TransmitBytes=4396
ReceivePackets=1014
ReceiveBytes=40385
 
   
TELE:
 
   
ConnectionId=[0x37DF8CCA 0x9FA611D8 0x8007000A 0xF4107CA0]
!
IncomingConnectionId=[0x37DF8CCA 0x9FA611D8 0x8007000A 0xF4107CA0]
CallID=11
TxDuration=6640 ms
VoiceTxDuration=0 ms
FaxTxDuration=0 ms
FaxRate=disable bps
FaxRelayMaxJitBufDepth 0
FaxRelayJitterBufOverflow 0
Initial HS Modulation is UNKNOWN
Recent HS modulation is UNKNOWN
Number of pages 0
Direction of transmission is Unknown
Num of Packets TX'ed/RX'ed 0/0
Packet loss conceal is 0
Encapsulation protocol is T.38 (UDPTL)
ECM is DISABLED
NoiseLevel=0
ACOMLevel=0
OutSignalLevel=0
InSignalLevel=0
InfoActivity=0
ERLLevel=0
SessionTarget=
!
ImgPages=0
CallerName=Analog 41023
CallerIDBlocked=False
OriginalCallingNumber=
OriginalCallingOctet=0x80
OriginalCalledNumber=41021
OriginalCalledOctet=0xA1
OriginalRedirectCalledNumber=
OriginalRedirectCalledOctet=0xFF
TranslatedCallingNumber=41023
TranslatedCallingOctet=0x80
TranslatedCalledNumber=41021
TranslatedCalledOctet=0xA1
TranslatedRedirectCalledNumber=
TranslatedRedirectCalledOctet=0xFF
GwReceivedCalledNumber=41021
GwReceivedCalledOctet3=0xA1
GwOutpulsedCalledNumber=41021
 
   

Table 99 describes the significant fields showing T.38 fax relay statistics:

Table 99 show port operational-status Field Descriptions showing significant T.38 Fax Relay Satistics 

Field
Description

Telephony call-legs

Type of call: Telephony.

SIP call-legs

Type of call: Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).

H323 call-legs

Type of call: H.323.

MGCP call-legs

Type of call: Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP).

Multicast call-legs

Type of call: Multicast.

Total call-legs

Total calls.

PeerIfIndex

Voice port index number for this peer. For ISDN media, this would be the index number of the B channel used for this call.

LogicalIfIndex

Index number of the logical interface for this call.

TxDuration

Duration of transmit path open from this peer to the voice gateway for this call.

VoiceTxDuration

Duration of voice transmission from this peer to the voice gateway for this call in milliseconds (ms).

FaxTxDuration

Duration of fax transmission from this peer to the voice gateway for this call in ms.

FaxRate

Fax transmission rate from this peer to the specified dial peer in bps.

FaxRelayMaxJitBufDepth

Fax relay maximum jitter buffer depth in ms.

FaxRelayJitterBufOverflow

Fax relay jitter buffer overflow in ms.

Initial HS Modulation

Initial high speed modulation used.

Recent HS Modulation

Recent high-speed modulation used

ACOMLevel

Current ACOM level estimate in 0.1 dB increments. The term ACOM is used in G.165, "General Characteristics of International Telephone Connections and International Telephone Circuits: Echo Cancellers." ACOM is the combined loss achieved by the echo canceller, which is the sum of the ERL, ERL enhancement, and nonlinear processing loss for the call.

ERLLevel

Current Echo Return Loss (ERL) level estimate in 0.1 dB increments.

OriginalCallingNumber, OriginalCalling Octet, OriginalCalledNumber, OriginalCalledOctet, OriginalRedirectCalledNumber, OriginalRedirectCalledOctet

Original call information regarding calling, called, and redirect numbers, as well as octet-3s. Octet-3s are information elements (IEs) of Q.931 that include type of number, numbering plan indicator, presentation indicator, and redirect reason information.

TranslatedCallingNumber, TranslatedCallingOctet, TranslatedCalledNumber, TranslatedCalledOctet, TranslatedRedirectCalledNumber, TranslatedRedirectCalledOctet

Translated call information.

GwReceivedCalledNumber, GwReceivedCalledOctet3

Call information received at the gateway.


Related Commands

Command
Description

port modem autotest

Automatically and periodically performs a modem diagnostics test for modems inside the access server or router.

show modem operational-status

Displays the operational status of a specific port or port range.

show spe modem active

Displays active modem statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

test port modem back-to-back

Tests two specified ports back-to-back and transfers a specified amount of data between the ports.

voicecap configure

Applies a voicecap on NextPort platforms.


show ppp bap

To display the PPP Bandwidth Allocation Protocol (BAP) configuration settings and run-time status for a multilink bundle, use the show ppp bap command in privileged EXEC mode.

show ppp bap {counters [reset] | group [name] | queues}

Syntax Description

counters [reset]

Incoming and outgoing call counters and connection request data. The optional reset keyword resets the counters.

group [name]

All or, optionally, a specific BAP bundle group.

queues

BAP queues.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3

This command was introduced.

12.2T

This command was enhanced with a display of incoming and outgoing call counters and connection request data.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show ppp bap group command:

Router# show ppp bap group
 
   
Group bap-peer (multilink), id 35, peer has precedence, state Idle
Master interface: Dialer1
Outgoing requests: Call, Link Drop
Incoming requests: Call, Callback, Link Drop
Original number dialed 5550198
Transmit queue size threshold is not set
Peer link addition dependent upon load
Timers (secs): Call not set, Callback not set, Link Drop not set,
               Response 30, Pending 20
Retries: Request 3, Dial 1, Indication no limit
Link removal after 3 link drop retries not set
 
   

Table 100 describes the significant fields shown in the display of the show ppp bap group command.

Table 100 show ppp bap group Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Group bap-peer (multilink),
id 35

Group name and internally assigned ID. "(multilink)" indicates the governing protocol.

peer has precedence

In cases where the remote and local peers issue simultaneous requests, the remote peer's request takes precedence when the "peer has precedence" message is displayed. The local peer's request takes precedence when the "precedence over peer" message is displayed.

state Idle

Internal state.

Outgoing requests

Current requests configured for outbound negotiation.

Incoming requests

Current requests allowed for inbound negotiation.

Peer link addition dependent upon load

Router is monitoring the load and subjecting requests to the load settings.

Timers (secs): Call not set, Callback not set, Link Drop not set, Response 30, Pending 20

Settings for specified timers.

Retries: Request 3, Dial 1, Indication no limit

Limits set on specified types of retransmissions.

Link removal after 3 link drop retries not set

The link will not be removed after no response to the link removal request because default behavior was not changed and the relevant link drop parameter was not set.


The display from the show ppp bap counters command shows fields of statistics gathered about request and response datagrams that allow endpoints to negotiate a connection and add or drop links from a multilink bundle, per RFC 2125:

CallReq—Call-Request is a request for permission to add a link to a bundle.

CallRsp—Call-Response is the required response to Callback-Request datagram.

CallbackReq—Callback-Request is a request that the peer add a link to a bundle via a callback.

CallbackRsp—Callback-Response is sent in response to a received Callback-Request.

DropQueryReq—Link-Drop-Query-Request negotiates with the peer to drop a link from a bundle.

DropQueryRsp—Link-Drop-Query-Response is sent to the peer to negotiate dropping a link.

StatusInd—Call-Status-Indication is sent to its peer as a result of a Call-Request or a Callback-Request to indicate whether the attempt to add the link succeeded or failed.

StatusRsp—Call-Status-Response is sent in response to a received Call-Status-Indication.

The counters record statistical information used by Cisco personnel for debugging purposes that is generally of no interest to end users. Following is sample output:

Router# show ppp bap counters
 
   
Incoming       inv-link  opt-err  rejects
                      0        4        2
 
   
Outgoing       inv-link  add-att  rem-att  add-fail  add-pass  dial-att  oob-ind
                      1        6        5         0         0         0        0
 
   
Incoming           off   pend  pend-add   wait  unf-req
CallReq              0      1         1      0        0
CallRsp              0      0         0      0        0
CallbackReq          0      0         0      0        0
CallbackRsp          0      0         0      0        0
DropQueryReq         0      0         0      0        0
DropQueryRsp         0      0         0      0        0
StatusInd            0      0         0      0        0
StatusRsp            0      0         0      0        0
 
   
Outgoing           off   pend  pend-add    unf  unf-req
CallReq              0      0         0      0        0
CallRsp              0      1         0      0        0
CallbackReq          0      0         0      0        0
CallbackRsp          0      0         0      0        0
DropQueryReq         0      0         0      0        0
DropQueryRsp         0      0         0      0        0
StatusInd            0      0         0      0        0
StatusRsp            0      0         0      0        0

Related Commands

Command
Description

show ppp multilink

Displays bundle information for the MLP bundles.


show ppp multilink

To display bundle information for Multilink PPP (MLP) bundles, use the show ppp multilink command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show ppp multilink [active | inactive | interface type number | [username {name | none}] [endpoint {discriminator | none}]]

Syntax Description

active

(Optional) Displays information about active multilink bundles only.

inactive

(Optional) Displays information about inactive multilink bundles only.

interface

(Optional) Displays information for the specified bundle interface.

type

(Optional) Interface type. For more information, use the question mark (?) online help function.

number

(Optional) Interface or subinterface number. For more information about the numbering syntax for your networking device, use the question mark (?) online help function.

username

(Optional) Displays information for all multilink bundles that have the specified peer username.

name

(Optional) Username of the multilink bundle.

none

(Optional) Displays information for multilink bundles with no remote username.

endpoint

(Optional) Displays information for all multilink bundles that have the specified endpoint discriminator.

discriminator

(Optional) Endpoint discriminator.

none

(Optional) Displays information for all multilink bundles with no endpoint discriminator.


Command Modes

User EXEC (>)
Privileged EXEC (#)

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2

This command was introduced.

12.2(13)T

This command was modified. This command was updated to include per-class information when Multiclass Multilink PPP (MCMP) is negotiated.

12.3(7)T

This command was modified. The active, inactive, endpoint, and username keywords were added to enable information to be displayed for bundles that have specific parameters.

12.4(9)T

This command was modified. The output of the command was changed to include the following fields: Remote Endpoint Discriminator, Local Endpoint Discriminator, Bundle up for, total bandwidth, load, Receive buffer limit, frag timeout, fragments/bytes in reassembly list, lost fragments, reordered, discarded fragments/bytes, lost received, received sequence, sent sequence, Member links, BR2/0:1, since, weight, and frag size.

12.2(28)SB

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(28)SB.

12.2(33)SRE

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(33)SRE.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show ppp multilink command when no bundles are on a system:

Router# show ppp multilink
 
   
No active bundles
 
   

The following is an example of sample output when a single MLP bundle (named bundle1) is on a system:

Router# show ppp multilink
 
   
Bundle bundle1, 3 members, first link is BRI0: B-channel 1
0 lost fragments, 8 reordered, 0 unassigned, sequence 0x1E/0x1E rcvd/sent
 
   

The following is another example of sample output when a single MLP bundle (named 7206-3) is on a system:

Router# show ppp multilink
 
   
Virtual-Access4
Bundle name: 7206-3
Remote Endpoint Discriminator: [1] 7206-3
Local Endpoint Discriminator: [1] 7206-4
Bundle up for 00:00:07, total bandwidth 64, load 1/255
Receive buffer limit 12192 bytes, frag timeout 1000 ms
 0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list
 0 lost fragments, 0 reordered
 0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received
 0x0 received sequence, 0x0 sent sequence
Member links: 1 active, 0 inactive (max not set, min not set)
 BR2/0:1, since 01:59:35, 80 weight, 72 frag size 
 
   

The following is sample output when two active bundles are on a system:

Router# show ppp multilink
 
   
Bundle bundle1, 3 members, first link is BRI0: B-Channel 1
  0 lost fragments, 8 reordered, 0 unassigned, sequence 0x1E/0x1E rcvd/sent
Bundle bundle2, 4 members, first link is BRI2: B-Channel 1
  0 lost fragments, 28 reordered, 0 unassigned, sequence 0x12E/0x12E rcvd/sent
 
   

The following example for a stack group member called systema shows output when a stack group has been created. On stack group member systema, the MLP bundle named bundle1 has bundle interface Virtual-Access4. Two child interfaces are joined to this bundle interface. The first is a local PRI channel (Serial 0:4), and the second is an interface from stack group member systemb.

Router# show ppp multilink
 
   
Virtual-Access4
  Bundle name: 7206-3
  Remote Endpoint Discriminator: [1] 7206-3
  Local Endpoint Discriminator: [1] 7206-4
  Bundle up for 00:00:07, total bandwidth 64, load 1/255
  Receive buffer limit 12192 bytes, frag timeout 1000 ms
  Using relaxed lost fragment detection algorithm.
    0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list
    0 lost fragments, 0 reordered
    0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received
    0x0 received sequence, 0x0 sent sequence
  Member links: 2 active, 0 inactive (max not set, min not set)
    BR2/0:1, since 01:59:35, 80 weight, 72 frag size
    systemb:Vi6 (10.1.1.1), since 00:00:42, unsequenced
 
   

The following is sample output when the PPP Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol (BACP) is enabled for the multilink bundle:

Router# show ppp multilink
 
   
Virtual-Access4
  Bundle name: 7206-3
  Remote Endpoint Discriminator: [1] 7206-3
  Local Endpoint Discriminator: [1] 7206-4
  Bundle up for 00:00:07, total bandwidth 64, load 1/255
  Bundle under BAP control
  Dialer interface is Dialer1
  Receive buffer limit 12192 bytes, frag timeout 1000 ms
    0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list
    0 lost fragments, 0 reordered
    0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received
    0x0 received sequence, 0x0 sent sequence
  Member links: 1 active, 0 inactive (max not set, min not set)
    BR2/0:1, since 01:59:35, 80 weight, 72 frag size
 
   
  Discriminators Local Remote
    BR2/0:1         24      1
 
   

Table 101 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 101 show ppp multilink Field Descriptions with PPP BACP Enabled 

Field
Description

Bundle name

Configured name of the multilink bundle.

Member links

Number of interfaces in the group.

Bundle under BAP control

Multilink bundle is controlled and bandwidth is allocated by BACP.

Dialer Interface is

Name of the interface that dials the calls.

Member links

Number of child interfaces.

Discriminators Local Remote

Link Control Protocol (LCP) link discriminators, which are identifiers negotiated for each link in the bundle. This information is specific to BACP. BACP uses these discriminators to determine which link to drop during negotiations.


The following is sample output when MCMP is negotiated on a virtual access interface named Virtual-Access3:

Router# show ppp multilink interface Virtual-Access 3
 
   
Virtual-Access3, bundle name is bundle1 
Bundle up for 01:59:35, 1/255 load, 2 receive classes, 2 transmit classes 
Receive buffer limit 12192 bytes per class, frag timeout 1524 ms 
Dialer interface is Dialer1 
!
Receive Class 0: 
0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list 
0 lost fragments, 0 reordered 
0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received 
0x0 received sequence 
!
Receive Class 1: 
0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list 
0 lost fragments, 0 reordered 
0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received 
0x0 received sequence 
!
Transmit Class 0: 
0x8 sent sequence 
!
Transmit Class 1: 
0x0 sent sequence 
!
Member links: 1 (max not set, min not set) 
BR2/0:1, since 01:59:35, 80 weight, 72 frag size
 
   

The following is sample output when Distributed MLP (DLMP) is enabled on Cisco MWR2941 router. The fragments would always contain zero because the counters do not exist in the DMLP output. This is only applicable on Cisco MWR series routers:

Bundle name: pas3_ep
  Remote Endpoint Discriminator: [1] pas3_ep
  Local Endpoint Discriminator: [1] pas1_ep
  Bundle up for 00:04:47, total bandwidth 31744, load 1/255
  Receive buffer limit 192000 bytes, frag timeout 1000 ms
  Interleaving disabled
    0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list 
    0 lost fragments, 0 reordered 
    0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received 
    0xB received sequence, 0xC sent sequence
  Distributed MLP bundle status is: active
  Member links: 16 active, 0 inactive (max not set, min not set)
    Se0/4:0, since 00:04:48, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/5:0, since 00:04:48, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/6:0, since 00:04:48, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/7:0, since 00:04:48, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/8:0, since 00:04:48, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/0:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/1:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/2:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/3:0, since 00:04:49, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/9:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/10:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/11:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/12:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/13:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/14:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
    Se0/15:0, since 00:04:47, 7440 weight, 1496 frag size
No inactive multilink interfaces
 
   

Table 102 describes the significant fields shown in the display when MCMP is enabled.

Table 102 show ppp multilink Field Descriptions with MCMP Enabled 

Field
Description

bundle name is

Configured name of the multilink bundle.

Bundle up for

Time (in hh:mm:ss) for which the bundle has been up.

load

Load on the link in the range from 1/255 to 255/255 (255/255 is a 100 percent load).

receive classes, transmit classes

Number of data classes defined for the multilink bundle.

Receive buffer limit

Maximum number of bytes that will be buffered for reassembly for each class of data.

frag timeout

Amount of time, in milliseconds, the router will wait for the expected sequence number to arrive after receiving an out-of-order fragment.

Receive Class 0

Information about Class 0 (normal data) packets received by the router.

fragments/bytes in reassembly list

Number of fragments and bytes currently buffered and awaiting reassembly.

lost fragments

Number of fragments that have been lost.

reordered

Number of fragments that have been reordered.

discarded fragments/bytes

Number of fragments and bytes that have been discarded. This usually occurs only if the fragment is a part of a packet for which one or more fragments were lost.

lost received

Number of fragments that arrived after they were declared lost.

Receive Class 1

Information about Class 1 (high-priority) packets received by the router.

Transmit Class 0

Information about Class 0 (normal data) packets sent by the router.

Transmit Class 1

Information about Class 1 (high-priority) packets sent by the router.

Member links

Number of child interfaces.

BR2/0:1

Identity of the child interface.

since

Amount of time (in hh:mm:ss) the interface has been active.

weight

Relative weight of the link (calculated as bandwidth x fragment delay). This value is used to calculate the fragment size and for load balancing. Each fragment should be less than or equal to the weight, including all link layer headers.

frag size

Fragment size of packets sent over the link, not including link layer headers. The difference between the weight and the fragment size indicates how much link layer overhead is being calculated for each fragment.


The following sample output displays information about all the active multilink bundles:

Router# show ppp multilink active
 
   
Virtual-Access4, bundle name is 7200-4
  Endpoint discriminator is 7200-4
  Bundle up for 00:31:26, 1/255 load
  Receive buffer limit 12192 bytes, frag timeout 1000 ms
    0/0 fragments/bytes in reassembly list
    0 lost fragments, 0 reordered
    0/0 discarded fragments/bytes, 0 lost received
    0x0 received sequence, 0x0 sent sequence
  Member links:1 (max not set, min not set)
    Vi3, since 00:31:26
    PPPoATM link, ATM PVC 15/200 on ATM4/0.10000
    Packets in ATM PVC Holdq:0 , Particles in ATM PVC Tx Ring:1
 
   
Table 103 describes the significant fields shown in the display when information for all active bundles 
is displayed.

Table 103 show ppp multilink Field Descriptions for Active Bundles 

Field
Description

bundle name is

Configured name of the multilink bundle.

Endpoint discriminator

Identifies the MLP bundle to which the PPP over ATM (PPPoA) session is associated.

Bundle up for

Time (in hh:mm:ss) for which the bundle has been up.

1/255 load

Load on the link in the range from 1/255 to 255/255 (255/255 is a 100 percent load).

Receive buffer limit

Maximum number of bytes that will be buffered for reassembly for each class of data.

frag timeout

Amount of time, in milliseconds, the router will wait for the expected sequence number to arrive after receiving an out-of-order fragment.

fragments/bytes in reassembly list

Number of fragments and bytes currently buffered and awaiting reassembly.

lost fragments

Number of fragments that have been lost.

reordered

Number of fragments that have been reordered.

discarded fragments/bytes

Number of fragments and bytes that have been discarded. This usually occurs only if the fragment is a part of a packet for which one or more fragments were lost.

lost received

Number of fragments that arrived after they were declared lost.

received sequence

Sequence number of the last MLP packet received.

sent sequence

Sequence number of the last MLP packet sent.

Member links

Number of child interfaces.

Vi3

Identity of the child interface.

since

Amount of time (in hh:mm:ss) the interface has been active.

Packets in ATM PVC Holdq

Number of packets in the ATM permanent virtual connection (PVC) hold queue.

Particles in ATM PVC Tx Ring

Number of particles in the transmission ring of the ATM PVC.


Related Commands

Command
Description

ppp multilink

Enables MLP on an interface and, optionally, enables BACP and its BAP subset for dynamic bandwidth allocation.


show queuing virtual-access

To display information about interleaving, use the show queuing virtual-access command in EXEC mode.

show queuing virtual-access number

Syntax Description

number

Virtual access interface number.


Command Modes

EXEC (>)

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3

This command was introduced.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show queuing virtual-access command:

Router# show queuing virtual-access 1
 
   
   Input queue: 0/75/0 (size/max/drops); Total output drops: 164974
   Queueing strategy: weighted fair
   Output queue: 315/64/164974/31191 (size/threshold/drops/interleaves) 
      Conversations  5/8 (active/max active)
      Reserved Conversations 2/2 (allocated/max allocated)
 
   (depth/weight/discards/interleaves) 64/4096/38669/0
   Conversation 36, linktype: ip, length: 52
   source: 172.23.3.201, destination: 225.1.2.3, id: 0x0001, ttl: 254,
   TOS: 0 prot: 17, source port 6789, destination port 2345
 
   (depth/weight/discards/interleaves) 64/4096/0/0
   Conversation 2, linktype: ip, length: 52
   source: 172.23.3.201, destination: 225.1.2.4, id: 0x0001, ttl: 254,
   TOS: 0 prot: 17, source port 5432, destination port 9870
 

Table 104 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 104 show queuing virtual-access Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Input queue: size, max, drops

Input queue used for virtual access interface 1, with the current size, the maximum size, and the number of dropped packets.

Total output drops

Number of output packets dropped.

Output queue: size/threshold/drops/interleaves

Output queue counters. Maximum number of packets allowed in the queue, number in the queue, the number of packets dropped due to a full queue, and the number of real-time packets interleaved among fragments of larger packets.

Conversations (active/max active)

Fair queue conversation statistics: number of conversations currently active and the maximum that have been active.

Reserved conversations (allocated, max allocated)

Reserved conversations in the weighted fair queue (current/maximum number allocated). Reserved conversations get the highest priority.

(depth/weight/discards/interleaves) 64/4096/38669/0

Depth of the queue, weight assigned to each packet in the queue, number of packets discarded in the queue so far, and the number of interleaves.

Conversation 36, linktype: ip, length: 52

Conversation identifier, protocol used on the link (IP), and the number of bytes.

source: 140.3.3.201, destination: 225.1.2.3,

Source IP address and destination IP address.

id: 0x0001

Protocol ID, identifying IP.

ttl: 254

Time to live, in seconds.

TOS: 0

Type of service.

prot: 17

Protocol field in IP. The value 17 indicates UDP.

source port 5432

Source TCP/UDP port.

destination port 9870

Destination TCP/UDP port.


show rcapi status

To display whether RCAPI is turned on or off, use the show rcapi status command in privileged EXEC mode.

show rcapi status

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(7)XV

This command was introduced on the Cisco 800 series router.


Usage Guidelines

When RCAPI is running, details about the list of CAPI clients currently registered, the type of application that each client is running, and the status of each CAPI call at the time of the display.

This command works only with the Net3 switch type.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show rcapi status command:

Router# show rcapi status
 
   
RCAPI SERVER ON
RCAPI SERVER PORT 2578
RCAPI NUMBER 5553000 5553100

CLIENT
SESSION ID
LISTEN
CONNECTION 
ID
TYPE
CALL STATUS
172.18.100.3
16777212
ON
 
        
 
        
 
        
172.18.100.5
16777218
OFF
50333953
Bit Transparent
Connected
172.18.100.6
16777227
OFF
50333962
HDLC
Connected

Related Commands

Command
Description

debug rcapi events

Displays diagnostic DCP and driver messages.

rcapi number

Enables the Cisco 800 series router to distinguish between incoming CAPI calls and incoming non-CAPI calls such as POTS, PPP, and X.25.

rcapi server

Enables the RCAPI server on the 800 series router and, optionally, sets the TCP port number.


show resource-pool call

To display all active call information for all customer profiles and resource groups, use the show resource-pool call command in EXEC mode.

show resource-pool call

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(4)XI

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show resource-pool call EXEC command to see all active call information for all customer profiles and resource groups. Use this command to see output when one call is up.

If no calls are up, there is no output. Enter the command to see valid information for all current calls.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show resource-pool call command:

Router# show resource-pool call
 
   
Shelf 0, slot 0, port 0, channel 2, state RM_RPM_RES_ALLOCATED
  Customer profile cp1, resource group isdn1
  DNIS number 71017
 
   

Table 105 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 105 show resource-pool call Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Shelf

The shelf number where the call is being handled.

Slot

The slot number where the call is being handled.

Port

The port number where the call is being handled.

Channel

The channel number where the call is being handled.

State

The state of the call.

Customer profile

The customer profile name (alphanumeric).

Resource group

The name of the resource group being used for the call.

DNIS number

The DNIS number for the call.


show resource-pool customer

To display the contents of one or more customer profiles, use the show resource-pool customer command in EXEC mode.

show resource-pool customer [name]

Syntax Description

name

(Optional) Name of a specific customer profile. The name can have up to 23 characters.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(4)XI

This command was introduced.


Examples

The following example displays the contents of the customer profile named customer1-isp:

Router# show resource-pool customer customer1-isp
 
   
    5 active connections
    3 calls accepted
    8 max number of simultaneous connections
    0 calls rejected due to profile limits
    0 calls rejected due to resource unavailable
    0 overflow connections
    0 overflow states entered
    0 minutes spent in overflow
    28 minutes since last clear command
 
   

Table 106 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 106 show resource-pool customer Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Active connections

Lists the number of active connections in the specified customer profile.

Calls accepted

Cumulative number of calls accepted since the last clear command in the customer profile—regardless of the call type.

Max number of simultaneous connections

Maximum number of simultaneous connections assigned for this customer profile.

Calls rejected due to profile limits

Cumulative number of calls rejected since the last clear command because the maximum number of allowable simultaneous connections was exceeded. You can configure each customer profile to not exceed a simultaneous call limit. This feature stops a single customer profile from consuming all the system resources.

Calls rejected due to resource unavailable

Cumulative number of calls rejected since the last clear command because no system resources were available to accept the call (such as a free modem for an analog call or an HDLC framer for a circuit switched data call).

Overflow connections

Number of overflow connections active since the last clear command.

Overflow states entered

Number of overflow states processed since the last clear command.

Minutes spent in overflow

Number of minutes that the overflow session has been in process since the last clear command.

Minutes since last clear command

Number of minutes since the clear command has been used.

List of Customer Profiles

Lists the customer profiles set up on the access server.


show resource-pool discriminator

To see how many times an incoming call has been rejected due to a specific Calling Line Identification (CLID) or Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) call-type combination, use the show resource-pool discriminator command in privileged EXEC mode.

show resource-pool discriminator [name]

Syntax Description

name

(Optional) Name of the specific CLID or DNIS and call-type that will be rejected. The name can have up to 23 characters.


Command Default

No default behavior or values. You must configure a call discriminator for the command to work or appear.

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(4)XI

This command was introduced.

12.1(5)T

This command was enhanced to include the CLID group when the discriminator contains CLID groups.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show resource-pool discriminator EXEC command to see how many times an incoming call has been rejected due to a specific CLID or DNIS and call-type combination.

If you enter the show resource-pool discriminator command without including a call discriminator name, a list of the current call discriminator profiles appears. If you enter a call discriminator profile name with the show resource-pool discriminator command, the number of calls rejected by the selected call discriminator appears.

Examples

The following command displays the list of call discriminator profiles configured.

Router# show resource-pool discriminator
 
   
List of Call Discriminator Profiles:
    cd1
    cd2
    cd3
    cd4
 
   

The following command displays the number of calls rejected by call discriminator cd1 since the last clear command was used (this number is cumulative).

Router# show resource-pool discriminator cd1
 
   
    0 calls rejected
 
   

Table 107 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 107 show resource-pool discriminator Field Descriptions

Field
Description

List of Call Discriminator Profiles

A list of the Call Discriminator Profile names currently assigned.

Calls rejected

Number of calls rejected since the last clear command was used. (This is cumulative.)


Related Commands

Command
Description

resource-pool call treatment discriminator

Configures a CLID group in a discriminator.


show resource-pool resource

To see the resource groups configured in the network access server, use the show resource-pool resource command in EXEC mode.

show resource-pool resource [name]

Syntax Description

name

(Optional) Contents of a specifically named resource group, which was set up by using the resource-pool group resource name command. The name can have up to 23 characters.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(4)XI

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show resource-pool resource EXEC command to see the resource groups configured in the network access server. To see the contents of a specific resource group, use the show resource-pool resource name command.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show resource-pool resource EXEC command:

Router# show resource-pool resource
 
   
List of Resources:
    modem1
    rg1
    hi
 
   

The following is sample output about modem-group-1 from the show resource-pool resource EXEC command:

Router# show resource-pool resource modem-group-1
 
   
    2 resources in the resource group
    0 resources currently active
    0 calls accepted in the resource group
    0 calls rejected due to resource unavailable
    0 calls rejected due to resource allocation errors
 
   

Table 108 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 108 show resource-pool resource name Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Resources in the resource group

Number of resources allocated to this pool. For example, you can limit a range of modems to five. You can limit a range of circuit-switched data calls to 50.

Resources currently active

Number of resources that are currently used in the resource group.

Calls accepted in the resource group

Number of calls accepted in the resource group (this is cumulative).

Calls rejected due to resource unavailable

Number of calls rejected because a resource was not available (this is cumulative).

Calls rejected due to resource allocation errors

Number of times the access server had an available resource, but the resource had an error when the access server tried to allocate it (for example, a bad modem). Therefore, the call was rejected. (This is cumulative.)


show resource-pool vpdn

To display information about a specific virtual private dialup network (VPDN) group or specific VPDN profile, use the show resource-pool vpdn command in EXEC mode.

show resource-pool vpdn {group | profile} [name]

Syntax Description

group

All the VPDN groups configured on the router.

profile

All the VPDN profiles configured on the router.

name

(Optional) Specific VPDN group or profile.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(4)XI

This command was introduced.


Examples

Use the show resource-pool vpdn group command to display information about a specific VPDN group.

Example 1

This example displays specific information about the VPDN group named vpdng2:

Router# show resource-pool vpdn group vpdng2
 
   
VPDN Group vpdng2 found under Customer Profiles: customer2
 
   
Tunnel (L2TP)
--------              
dnis:customer2-calledg
cisco.com                
 
   
Endpoint        Session Limit Priority Active Sessions Status Reserved Sessions
--------        ------------- -------- --------------- ------ -----------------
172.21.9.97     *             1        0               OK
                -------------          ---------------        -----------------
Total           *                      0                      0

Example 2

The following example displays information about all the VPDN groups configured on the router:

Router# show resource-pool vpdn group
 
   
List of VPDN Groups under Customer Profiles
Customer Profile customer1: vpdng1
Customer Profile customer2: vpdng2
List of VPDN Groups under VPDN Profiles
VPDN Profile profile1: vpdng1
VPDN Profile profile2: vpdng2
 
   

Table 109 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 109 show resource-pool vpdn group Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Endpoint

IP address of HGW/LNS router.

Session Limit

Number of sessions permitted for the designated endpoint.

Priority

Loadsharing HGW/LNSs are always marked with a priority of 1.

Active Sessions

Number of active sessions on the network access server. These are sessions successfully established with endpoints (not reserved sessions).

Status

Only two status types are possible: OK and busy.

Reserved Sessions

Authorized sessions that are waiting to see if they can successfully connect to endpoints. Essentially, these sessions are queued calls. In most cases, reserved sessions become active sessions.

*

No limit is set.

List of VPDN Groups under Customer Profiles

A list of VPDN groups that are assigned to customer profiles. The customer profile name is listed first, followed by the name of the VPDN group assigned to it.

List of VPDN Groups under VPDN Profiles

A list of VPDN groups that are assigned to VPDN profiles. The VPDN profile name is listed first, followed by the VPDN group assigned to it.


Example 3

The following example displays a list of all VPDN profiles configured on the router:

Router# show resource-pool vpdn profile
 
   
% List of VPDN Profiles:
profile1
profile2
profile3

Example 4

The following example displays details about a specific VPDN profile named vpdnp1:

Router# show resource-pool vpdn profile vpdnp1
 
   
        0 active connections
        0 max number of simultaneous connections
        0 calls rejected due to profile limits
        0 calls rejected due to resource unavailable
        0 overflow connections
        0 overflow states entered
        0 overflow connections rejected
        3003 minutes since last clear command
 
   

Table 110 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 110 show resource-pool vpdn profile Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

List of VPDN Profiles

A list of the VPDN profiles that have been assigned.

Active connections

Number of active VPDN connections counted by the VPDN profile.

Max number of simultaneous connections

Maximum number of VPDN simultaneous connections counted by the VPDN profile. This value helps you determine how many VPDN sessions to subscribe to a specific profile.

Calls rejected due to profile limits

Number of calls rejected since the last clear command because the profile limit has been exceeded.

Calls rejected due to resource unavailable

Number of calls rejected since the last clear command because the assigned resource was unavailable.

Overflow connections

Number of overflow connections used since the last clear command.

Overflow states entered

Number of overflow states entered since the last clear command.

Overflow connections rejected

Number of overflow connections rejected since the last clear command.

Minutes since last clear command

Number of minutes elapsed since the last clear command was used.


Related Commands

Command
Description

resource-pool profile customer

Creates a customer profile and enters customer profile configuration mode.

resource-pool profile vpdn

Creates a VPDN profile and enters VPDN profile configuration mode.

vpdn group

Associates a VPDN group with a customer or VPDN profile.

vpdn-group

Creates a VPDN group and enters VPDN group configuration mode.


show sessions

To display information about open local-area transport (LAT), Telnet, or rlogin connections, use the show sessions command in EXEC mode.

show sessions

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

10.0

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

This command display the host name, address, number of unread bytes for the user to receive, idle time, and connection name.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show sessions command:

Router# show sessions
 
   
Conn Host                 Address          Byte    Idle  Conn Name
   1 MATHOM               192.168.7.21         0       0  MATHOM
*  2 CHAFF                172.25.12.19        0       0  CHAFF 
 
   

The asterisk (*) indicates the current terminal session.

 
   

Table 111 describes significant fields shown in the display.

Table 111 show sessions Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Conn

Name or address of the remote host to which the connection is made.

Host

Remote host to which the router is connected through a Telnet session.

Address

IP address of the remote host.

Byte

Number of unread bytes displayed for the user to receive.

Idle

Interval (in minutes) since data was last sent on the line.

Conn Name

Assigned name of the connection.


Related Commands

Command
Description

protocol (VPDN)

Sets X.3 parameters for PAD connections.

where

Lists open sessions associated with the current terminal line.


show sgbp

To display the status of the stack group members, use the show sgbp command in EXEC mode.

show sgbp

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2

This command was introduced.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show sgbp command:

Router# show sgbp
 
   
Group Name: stack State: 0 Ref: 0xC07B060
  Member Name: systemb State: ACTIVE  Id: 1
  Ref: 0xC14256F
  Address: 10.1.1.1 Tcb: 0x60B34538
 
   
  Member Name: systemc State: ACTIVE  Id: 2
  Ref: 0xA24256D
  Address: 10.1.1.2 Tcb: 0x60B34439
 
   
  Member Name: systemd State: IDLE Id: 3
  Ref: 0x0
  Address: 10.1.1.3 Tcb: 0x0
 
   

Table 112 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 112 show sgbp Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Group Name

Name of the stack group.

State

Status of the group or its member. The values are 0 for the stack group itself, and either ACTIVE or IDLE for each of the members of the group.

Member Name

Name of a specific host defined as a member of this stack group.

Id

Identifier used for each member of the group; typically the final digit of the host's IP address on the network they share.

Address

IP address of the stack group member.


show sgbp queries

To display the current seed bid value, use the show sgbp queries command in EXEC mode.

show sgbp queries

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

11.2

This command was introduced.


Examples

The following example shows a bid of 50 from this system. Peers queried the system for the bid, the bid was accepted, and a connection was opened from a peer in the stack group.

Router# show sgbp queries
 
   
Seed bid: default, 50
 
   
Bundle: book State: Query_from_peers OurBid: 50 
10.1.1.2         State: Open_from_peer   Bid: 050 Retry: 0
 
   

Table 113 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 113 show sgbp queries Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Seed bid

The initial bid; in this case, the default 50.

Bundle

Name of the MMP bundle.

State

Activity that occurred. In this case, a peer queried this system for its bid for the specified bundle.

OurBid

What this system bid for the bundle. It bid 50.

10.1.1.2

The peer's IP address.

State Bid Retry

Activity that occurred on the bid. In this case, the stack-group peer 1.1.1.2 accepted this system's bid of 50 for the bundle and opened a connection with this system. Since the peer opened a connection, no retry was needed.


show snapshot

To display snapshot routing parameters associated with an interface, use the show snapshot command in EXEC mode.

show snapshot [interface-type interface-number]

Syntax Description

interface-type interface-number

(Optional) Interface type and number.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

10.3

This command was introduced.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show snapshot command:

Router# show snapshot serial 1
 
   
Serial1 is up, line protocol is up, snapshot up
Options: dialer support
Length of each activation period: 3 minutes
Period between activations:       10 minutes
Retry period on connect failure:  10
For dialer address 240
 Current queue: active, remaining active time: 3 minutes
 Updates received this cycle: ip, ipx, appletalk
For dialer address 1
 Current queue: client quiet, time until next activation: 7 minutes
 
   

Table 114 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 114 show snapshot Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

Serial1 is up, line protocol is up

Indicates whether the interface hardware is currently active (whether carrier detect is present) and whether it has been taken down by an administrator.

snapshot up

Indicates whether the snapshot protocol is enabled on the interface.

Options:

Option configured on the snapshot client or snapshot server interface configuration command. It can be one of the following:

dialer support—Snapshot routing is configured with the dialer keyword.

stay asleep on carrier up—Snapshot routing is configured with the suppress-statechange-updates keyword.

Length of each activation period

Length of the active period.

Period between activations

Length of the quiet period.

Retry period on connect failure

Length of the retry period.

For dialer address

Displays information about each dialer rotary group configured with the dialer map command.

Current queue:

Indicates which period snapshot routing is currently in. It can be one of the following:

active—Routing updates are being exchanged.

client quiet—The client router is in a quiet period and routing updates are not being exchanged.

server quiet—The server router is in a quiet period, awaiting an update from the client router before awakening, and routing updates are not being exchanged.

post active—Routing updates are not being exchanged. If the server router receives an update from the client router, it processes it but does not begin an active period. This allows time for resynchronization of active periods between the client and server routers.

no queue—This is a temporary holding queue for new snapshot routing interfaces and for interfaces being deleted.

remaining active time
time until next activation

Time remaining in the current period.

Updates received this cycle

Protocols from which routing updates have been received in the current active period. This line is displayed only if the router or access server is in an active period.


show spe

To display service processing element (SPE) status, use the show spe command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe [slot | slot/spe | slot/port]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. and SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

slot/port

(Optional) The specified port range on a slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. Port values range from 0 to one less than the number of ports supported by the card. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

(Optional) The specified port range on a shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.1(5)XM2

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.1(5)XM2.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 platforms.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe command to display status and history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

Examples

The following example displays history statistics for all SPEs after a busyout was executed on SPE 2/0 and a shutdown was executed on SPE 2/1 on the Cisco AS5400:

Router# show spe
 
   
SPE settings: 
============== 
Country code configuration: default T1 (u Law) 
Polling interval: 12 secs. 
History log events: 50(per port) 
Port legends: 
============ 
Port state: (s)shutdown (t)test (r)recovery (d)download 
            (b)busiedout (p)busyout pending, (B)bad (a)active call 
Call Type: (m)modem (d)digital (_)not in use 
  
                     SPE          SPE     SPE  SPE   Port         Call 
SPE#    Port #       State        Busyout Shut Crash State        Type 
2/00    0000-0005    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       dddddd 
2/01    0006-0011    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       dddddd 
2/02    0012-0017    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       dddddd 
2/03    0018-0023    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       dddmdm 
2/04    0024-0029    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       dmmmmm 
2/05    0030-0035    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaa_aa       mmm_mm 
2/06    0036-0041    ACTIVE             0    0     0 __aaaa       __mmmm 
2/07    0042-0047    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaa_aa       mmm_mm 
2/08    0048-0053    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaa_a       _mmm_m 
2/09    0054-0059    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aa_aa       _md_mm 
2/10    0060-0065    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _a_a_a       _m_m_m 
2/11    0066-0071    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _a_aaa       _d_mmd 
2/12    0072-0077    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       mdmmmd 
2/13    0078-0083    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaaaa       _dmmdm 
2/14    0084-0089    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _a_aaa       _m_ddd 
2/15    0090-0095    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_aaaa       m_dddd 
2/16    0096-0101    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       ddddmd 
2/17    0102-0107    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       dddddd
 
   

The following example shows output for the show spe command on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card. This example shows SPE settings for slot 2, SPEs 0 to 53:

Router# show spe
 
   
SPE settings
==============
Country code configuration default T1 (u Law)
Polling interval 12 secs.
History log events 50(per port)
Port legends
============
Port state (s)shutdown (t)test (r)recovery (d)download
             (b)busiedout (p)busyout pending, (B)bad (a)active call
Call type (m)modem (d)digital (_)not in use
 
   
                      SPE          SPE     SPE  SPE   Port         Call
SPE#    Port #       State        Busyout Shut Crash State        Type
1/02/00 0000-0005    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_a_a_       m_m_m_
1/02/01 0006-0011    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaa___       mmm___
1/02/02 0012-0017    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _a_aa_       _m_mm_
1/02/03 0018-0023    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaaaa       _mmmmm
1/02/04 0024-0029    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_a_a_       m_m_m_
1/02/05 0030-0035    ACTIVE             0    0     0 ____a_       ____m_
1/02/06 0036-0041    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaa_a       _mmm_m
1/02/07 0042-0047    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_____       m_____
1/02/08 0048-0053    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aa_aa       _mm_mm
1/02/09 0054-0059    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aa_aa       _mm_mm
1/02/10 0060-0065    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _a_a_a       _m_m_m
1/02/11 0066-0071    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a__aa_       m__mm_
1/02/12 0072-0077    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaa___       mmm___
1/02/13 0078-0083    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaa_a       mmmm_m
1/02/14 0084-0089    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaa__       _mmm__
1/02/15 0090-0095    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a__aaa       m__mmm
1/02/16 0096-0101    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaaa_       _mmmm_
1/02/17 0102-0107    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaa_a       _mmm_m
1/02/18 0108-0113    ACTIVE             1    0     0 _aaaaa       _mmmmm
1/02/19 0114-0119    ACTIVE             1    0     0 aa_aa_       mm_mm_
1/02/20 0120-0125    ACTIVE             1    0     0 aa__aa       mm__mm
1/02/21 0126-0131    ACTIVE             1    0     0 aaa_aa       mmm_mm
1/02/22 0132-0137    ACTIVE             1    0     0 _a____       _m____
1/02/23 0138-0143    ACTIVE             1    0     0 a__aaa       m__mmm
1/02/24 0144-0149    ACTIVE             1    0     0 a_a_aa       m_m_mm
1/02/25 0150-0155    ACTIVE             1    0     0 ___aaa       ___mmm
1/02/26 0156-0161    ACTIVE             1    0     0 a_a__a       m_m__m
1/02/27 0162-0167    ACTIVE             1    0     0 a_a_aa       m_m_mm
1/02/28 0168-0173    ACTIVE             1    0     0 a___aa       m___mm
1/02/29 0174-0179    ACTIVE             1    0     0 _a____       _m____
1/02/30 0180-0185    ACTIVE             1    0     0 _aaaaa       _mmmmm
1/02/31 0186-0191    ACTIVE             1    0     0 _a_aa_       _m_mm_
1/02/32 0192-0197    ACTIVE             1    0     0 aaa__a       mmm__m
1/02/33 0198-0203    ACTIVE             1    0     0 a_a__a       m_m__m
1/02/34 0204-0209    ACTIVE             1    0     0 aaaaaa       mmmmmm
1/02/35 0210-0215    ACTIVE             1    0     0 _aa__a       _mm__m
1/02/36 0216-0221    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_a_aa       m_m_mm
1/02/37 0222-0227    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_aaaa       m_mmmm
1/02/38 0228-0233    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       mmmmmm
1/02/39 0234-0239    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aa_aa_       mm_mm_
1/02/40 0240-0245    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aa_aaa       mm_mmm
1/02/41 0246-0251    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a__a__       m__m__
1/02/42 0252-0257    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aa__aa       mm__mm
1/02/43 0258-0263    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaa_aa       mmm_mm
1/02/44 0264-0269    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaa_a       mmmm_m
1/02/45 0270-0275    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaa_a_       mmm_m_
1/02/46 0276-0281    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaa_       mmmmm_
1/02/47 0282-0287    ACTIVE             0    0     0 _aaaa_       _mmmm_
1/02/48 0288-0293    ACTIVE             0    0     0 a_aa_a       m_mm_m
1/02/49 0294-0299    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aa_a_a       mm_m_m
1/02/50 0300-0305    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aa_aaa       mm_mmm
1/02/51 0306-0311    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaa_       mmmmm_
1/02/52 0312-0317    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaaaa       mmmmmm
1/02/53 0318-0323    ACTIVE             0    0     0 aaaa_a       mmmm_m
 
   

Table 115 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 115 show spe Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

SPE #

Specifies the slot and port number of the SPE.

Port #

Displays the port number.

SPE State

Displays the state of the SPE port.

SPE Busyout

Displays the number of busyout calls.

SPE Shut

Indicates if the port is shut down.

SPE Crash

Specifies if the port has crashed.

Port State

Indicates if the port is active or idle.

Call Type

Data, modem, or fax call type.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe digital active

Displays active digital calls and digital statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe modem active

Displays active modem statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe voice active

Displays active voice statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified SPE range.


show spe digital

To display history statistics of all service processing elements (SPEs) for digital service, in summary form or for SPEs starting with a specified slot or a specified shelf/slot/range of SPEs, use the show spe digital command in EXEC mode.

show spe digital [slot | slot/spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7 and SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe digital command on the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with NextPort port dial feature card (DFC).


Note This command is not supported on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card (UPC).

Examples

The following example uses the starting slot/SPE version of the show spe digital command. This example shows statistics for slot 5, SPE 4:

Router# show spe digital 5/4
 
   
#SPE 5/04
Cisco Universal SPE; Fw: 0.06.07.03; Async5/24 - 5/29, TTY672 - 677
Last clearing of statistics counters          :  never
      11 incoming completes         24 incoming failures
       0 outgoing completes          0 outgoing failures
       0 failed dial attempts        0 ring no answers
       0 no dial tones               0 link failures
       0 watchdog timeouts           0 protocol errors
       0 dial timeouts
 
   
Transmit Speed Counters       :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
Speed    Calls
 64000        0  28800        0  14400        0   7200        0
1200        0
 56000        0  24000        0  12000        0   4800        1
600        0
 38400        0  19200       10   9600        0   2400        0
 
   
Receive Speed Counters       :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
Speed    Calls
 64000        0  28800        0  14400        0   7200        0
1200        0
 56000        0  24000        0  12000        0   4800        1
600        0
 38400        0  19200       10   9600        0   2400        0
 
   

Table 116 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 116 show spe digital Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE #

Specifies the slot and port number of the SPE.

Cisco Universal SPE

Firmware version installed on the SPE.

Last clearing of statistics counters

Last time the modem counters were cleared using the clear modem counters command.

Transmit Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were sent by the SPE.

Receive Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were received by the SPE.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe digital active

Displays active digital calls and digital statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital csr

Displays digital CSR statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital disconnect-reason

Displays the local disconnection reasons for all digital calls on the SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital summary

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe digital active

To display active digital calls and digital statistics of all service processing elements (SPEs), a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs, use the show spe digital active command in EXEC mode.

show spe digital active [slot | slot /spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7 and SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe digital active command on the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort dial feature card (DFC).


Note This command is not supported on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card (UPC).

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe digital active command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays active digital statistics for slot 5, SPE 06:

Router# show spe digital active 5
 
   
SPE 5/06
                        Char             Sync
Port  Prot    Duration  Tx/Rx       Cfg  Loss
41    V.110   188       19200/19200 In   0
 
   
SPE 5/09
                        Char             Sync
Port  Prot    Duration  Tx/Rx       Cfg  Loss
54    V.110   187       19200/19200 In   0
56    V.110   187       19200/19200 In   0
57    V.110   188       19200/19200 In   0
.
.
 
   

Table 117 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 117 show spe digital active Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

SPE #

Specifies the slot and port number of the SPE.

Port

Port that is active.

Prot

Protocol used for the call in progress.

Duration

Duration of call.

Char Tx/Rx

Characters sent and received.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe digital

Displays history statistics of all digital SPEs, in summary form or for SPEs starting with a specified slot or a specified shelf/slot/range of SPEs.

show spe digital csr

Displays digital calls CSR statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital disconnect-reason

Displays the local disconnect reasons for all digital calls on the SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital summary

Display history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe digital csr

To display digital call success rate (CSR) statistics of all service processing elements (SPEs), a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs, use the show spe digital csr command in EXEC mode.

show spe digital csr {summary [slot | slot/spe] [slot | slot/spe] | {slot | slot/spe} [slot | slot/spe]}

Syntax Description

summary

Summary digital CSR statistics.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. A range of slots can be specified by entering a second value for the slot argument.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7 and SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark. A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the slot/spe argument.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe digital csr command on the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort dial feature card DFC.


Note This command is not supported on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port DFC.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe digital csr command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays the number of call success rate counters for slot 5:

Router# show spe digital csr 5
 
   
         Avg Hold     Inc calls     Out calls    Failed    No      Succ
SPE        Time      Succ   Fail   Succ   Fail   Dial    Answer    Pct
5/00     00:04:22       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/01     00:04:22       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/02     00:04:22       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/03     00:04:22       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/04     00:04:22       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/05     00:04:21       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/06     00:04:22       4      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/07     00:04:22       1      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/08     00:04:21       6      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/09     00:04:23       5      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/10     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/11     00:04:21       5      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/12     00:04:20       2      0      0      0       0       0    100%
5/13     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/14     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/15     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/16     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/17     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
 
   

Table 118 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 118 show spe digital csr Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The SPE slot and port number.

Avg Hold Time

The average hold time.

Inc calls, Succ/Fail

The cumulative number of incoming calls that have succeeded and failed in the configured time period.

Out calls, Succ/Fail

The cumulative number of outgoing calls that have succeeded and failed in the configured time period.

Failed Dial

The number of calls that failed when dialed.

No Answer

The number of calls that were not answered.

Succ Pct

The CSR of the carrier.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe digital

Displays history statistics of all digital SPEs, in summary form or for SPEs starting with a specified slot or a specified shelf/slot/range of SPEs.

show spe digital active

Displays active digital calls and digital statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital disconnect-reason

Displays the local disconnect reasons for all digital calls on the SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital summary

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe digital disconnect-reason

To display the local disconnection reasons for all digital calls on the service processing elements (SPEs), a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs, use the show spe digital disconnect-reason command in EXEC mode.

show spe digital disconnect-reason [summary | slot | slot/spe]

Syntax Description

summary

(Optional) Summary of local disconnection reasons for digital ports.

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7 and SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe digital disconnect-reason command on the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort dial feature card (DFC).


Note This command is not supported on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card (UPC).

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe digital disconnect-reason command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays reasons for digital call disconnections on slot 5:

Router# show spe digital disconnect-reason 5
 
   
#SPE 5/00   :
=====CLASS HOST======      =====CLASS SERVICE=====
NonSpecific         0  ATH                  0
Busy                0  Aborted              0
No Answer           0  Connect Timeout      0
DTR                 0  Sync Loss            0
ATH                 0
NoDialTone          0
No Carrier          0
ACK                 0  TOTAL                0
 
   
#SPE 5/03   :
=====CLASS HOST======      =====CLASS SERVICE=====
NonSpecific         0  ATH                  0
Busy                1  Aborted              0
No Answer           0  Connect Timeout      0
DTR                 0  Sync Loss            0
.
.
.
 
   

Table 119 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 119 show spe digital disconnect-reason Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

CLASS HOST

Disconnect reasons are as follows:

NonSpecific

Busy

No Answer—Number of times the SPE rang but did not answer the incoming call.

DTR

ATH

NoDialTone—Number of times the dial-out attempt failed because the SPE failed to detect a dial tone.

No Carrier

ACK

CLASS SERVICE

Disconnect reasons are a s follows:

ATH

Aborted

Connect Timeout

Sync Loss


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe digital

Displays history statistics of all digital SPEs, in summary form or for SPEs starting with a specified slot or a specified shelf/slot/range of SPEs.

show spe digital active

Displays active digital calls and digital statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital csr

Displays digital call success rate (CSR) statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital summary

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe digital summary

To display history statistics of all service processing elements (SPEs), a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs, use the show spe digital summary command in EXEC mode.

show spe digital summary [slot | slot/spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7 and SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe digital summary command on the Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort dial feature card (DFC).


Note This command is not supported on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card (UPC).

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe digital summary command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays active digital statistics for slot 5:

Router# show spe digital summary 5
 
   
Async5/00 - 5/107, TTY648 - 755
     209 incoming completes        397 incoming failures
       0 outgoing completes          0 outgoing failures
       0 failed dial attempts        0 ring no answers
       0 no dial tones               0 link failures
       0 watchdog timeouts           0 protocol errors
       0 dial timeouts
 
   
Transmit Speed Counters       :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
 64000        0  28800        0  14400        0   7200        0  1200     20
 56000        0  24000        0  12000        0   4800       20  600      20
 38400        0  19200      149   9600        0   2400        0  
Receive Speed Counters        :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
 64000        0  28800        0  14400        0   7200        0  1200     20
 56000        0  24000        0  12000        0   4800       20  600      20
 38400        0  19200      149   9600        0   2400        0  
.
.
.
 
   

Table 120 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 120 show spe digital summary Field Descriptions

Field
Description

A summary of SPE events also appears.

incoming completes and failures

Total number of incoming connection requests that the SPE answered and successfully or unsuccessfully connected with the remote DCE device.

outgoing completes and failures

Total number of outgoing connection requests that the SPE dialed and successfully or unsuccessfully connected with the remote DCE device.

failed dial attempts

Number of times the SPE attempted to dial out but the call failed to leave the modem.

ring no answers

Number of times the SPE rang but did not answer the incoming call.

no dial tones

Number of times the dial-out attempt failed because the SPE failed to detect a dial tone.

link failures

Number of times the SPE detected a link failure.

watchdog timeouts

Number of times the SPE internal watchdog timer expired.

protocol errors

Number of times the SPE protocol failed to make a call connection

dial timeouts

Number of times the SPE timed out while attempting to dial.

Transmit Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were sent by the SPE.

Receive Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were received by the SPE.


Related Commands.

Command
Description

show spe digital

Displays history statistics of all digital SPEs, in summary form or for SPEs starting with a specified slot or a specified shelf/slot/range of SPEs.

show spe digital active

Displays active digital calls and digital statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital csr

Displays digital call success rate (CSR) statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital disconnect-reason

Displays the local disconnection reasons for all digital calls on the SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe log

To display the service processing element (SPE) system log, use the show spe log command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe log [reverse | slot]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe log [reverse | shelf/slot]

Syntax Description

reverse

(Optional) Displays the SPE system log with the most recent event first.

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

The show spe log command displays the slot history event log.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe log command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC:

Router# show spe log
 
   
Slot 3 Events Log
  2d15h   : SPE State Event:
     Address: 0x3000000
     SPE    : 3/00
     Command: SPE_IMMEDIATE_DISABLE Complete
  2d14h   : SPE State Event:
     Address: 0x3000100
     SPE    : 3/06
     Command: SPE_IMMEDIATE_DISABLE Complete
  2d13h   : SPE State Event:
     Address: 0x3000200
     SPE    : 3/12
     Command: SPE_IMMEDIATE_DISABLE Complete
  00:00:26: SPE State Event:
     Address: 0x3000001
     SPE    : 3/01
     Command: SPE_IMMEDIATE_DISABLE Complete
Slot 4 Events Log
  2d13h   : SPE State Event:
     Address: 0x4000000
     SPE    : 4/00
     Command: SPE_IMMEDIATE_DISABLE Complete
Slot 7 Events Log
  2d15h   : Diag Post event:
     Address    : 0x7000204 
     SPE        : 7/16
     Result     : SPE_POST_TEST_FAILED
     Test ID    : SPE_POWER_ON_SELF_TEST
     Diag Code  : 0xFE01C004
     Data Format: ASCII
     Data Len   : 0
 
   

Table 121 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 121 show spe log Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Address

Address of the SPE

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.


Related Commands

Command
Description

clear spe log

Clears all event entries in the slot history event log.

show spe log reverse

Displays the slot history event log, with the most recent event first.


show spe modem

To display the modem service history statistics for a specified service processing element (SPE), use the show spe modem command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem {slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem {shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 1 to 53. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC:

Router# show spe modem 1/2
 
   
Async1/2/00 - 1/3/323, TTY972 - 1619
     4819 incoming completes        287 incoming failures
        0 outgoing completes          0 outgoing failures
        0 failed dial attempts        0 ring no answers          0 autotests
        0 no carriers                11 dial timeouts            0 autotest fails
        0 no dial tones               0 link failures            0 fail count
        0 watchdog timeouts        2784 protocol errors          0 recovers
Transmit Speed Counters       
  Speed    Calls  Speed     Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed  Calls 
 60000        0    48000      431  38400        0  30666        0  12000  143 
 58000        0    46666        0  38000        4  29333        0   9600  5 
 56000       15    46000       56  37333      110  28800      700   7200  11 
 54666        0    45333      299  36000       84  28000        5   4800  2 
 54000        0    44000      226  34666        0  26400      266   2400  0 
 53333      122    42666        0  34000       39  24000       46   1200  3 
 52000      562    42000       68  33600      323  21600       27    300  0 
 50666        0    41333       38  33333        9  19200       38 
 50000       59    40000       65  32000       20  16800       12 
 49333      370    38666        0  31200      653  14400        5
Receive Speed Counters        
  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls   Speed Calls 
 38400        0   26400     2280  16800       11   7200        1    300  2 
 33600      113   24000      266  14400      139   4800        1 
 31200      215   21600       56  12000        4   2400        3 
 28800     1665   19200       47   9600       16   1200        0.
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem command on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card:

 
   
Router# show spe modem 1/8/0
 
   
#SPE 1/08/00
Cisco Universal SPE; Fw: 0.00.06.81; Async1/8/00 - 1/8/05, TTY2916 - 2921
Last clearing of statistics counters          :  never
      90 incoming completes          0 incoming failures
       0 outgoing completes          0 outgoing failures
       0 failed dial attempts        0 ring no answers          0 autotests
       0 no carriers                 0 dial timeouts            0 autotest fails
       0 no dial tones               0 link failures            0 fail count
       0 watchdog timeouts           0 protocol errors
 
Transmit Speed Counters       :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
 60000        0  48000        0  38400        0  30666        0  12000        0
 58000        0  46666        0  38000        0  29333        0   9600        0
 56000        0  46000        0  37333        0  28800        0   7200        0
 54666        0  45333        0  36000        0  28000        0   4800        0
 54000        0  44000        0  34666        0  26400        0   2400        0
 53333        0  42666        0  34000        0  24000        0   1200        0
 52000        0  42000        0  33600        0  21600        0    300        0
 50666        0  41333        0  33333        0  19200        0
 50000        0  40000        0  32000        0  16800        0
 49333        0  38666        0  31200       90  14400        0
 
Receive Speed Counters        :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
 38400        0  26400        0  16800        0   7200        0    300        0
 33600       11  24000        0  14400        0   4800        0
 31200       25  21600        0  12000        0   2400        0
 28800       54  19200        0   9600        0   1200        0
 
   

Table 122 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 122 show spe modem Command Field Descriptions 

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

Cisco Universal SPE

Firmware version installed on the SPE.

Last clearing of "show modem" counters

Last time the modem's counters were cleared using the clear modem counters command.

Summary of modem and SPE events as follows:

incoming completes and failures

Total number of incoming connection requests that the SPE answered and successfully or unsuccessfully connected with the remote DCE device.

outgoing completes and failures

Total number of outgoing connection requests that the SPE dialed and successfully or unsuccessfully connected with the remote DCE device.

failed dial attempts

Number of times the SPE attempted to dial out but the call failed to leave the modem.

ring no answers

Number of times the SPE rang but did not answer the call.

autotests

Number of times an autotest was run on the SPE.

no carriers

Number of times the SPE disconnected because no carrier was present.

dial timeouts

Number of times the SPE timed out while attempting to dial.

autotest fails

Number of times the SPE failed an autotest.

no dial tones

Number of times the dial-out attempt failed because the SPE failed to detect a dial tone.

link failures

Number of times the SPE detected a link failure.

fail count

Number of times the SPE failed.

watchdog timeouts

Number of times the SPE internal watchdog timer expired.

protocol errors

Number of times the SPE protocol failed to make a call connection.

Transmit Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were sent by the SPE.

Receive Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were received by the SPE.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show modem

Displays modem service history statistics for the MICA technologies modem.

show spe

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe modem active

To display the modem service statistics of all active calls on specified service processing elements (SPEs), use the show spe modem active command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem active {slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem active {shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XA

This command was supported on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XB

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem active command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays active modem statistics for slot 5, SPE 6:

Router# show spe modem active 5/6
 
   
SPE 5/06
Port  Type     Prot     Comp    Duration  Tx/Rx     Tx/Rx(Lvl) SNR Cfg  Retrain
37    V.90     LAP-M    V.42bis  95      3890/76     --/-11     38  In   0
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem active command on the Cisco AS5800 with universal port card. This example displays active modem statistics for shelf 1, slot 8:

Router# show spe modem active 1/8
 
   
SPE 1/08/34
Port  Type     Prot     Comp    Duration  Tx/Rx(bps) Tx/Rx(Lvl) SNR Cfg  Retrain
209   V.34+    LAP-M    V.42bis  23      28800/31200  --/-13     37  In   0
 
SPE 1/08/35
Port  Type     Prot     Comp    Duration  Tx/Rx(bps) Tx/Rx(Lvl) SNR Cfg  Retrain
215   V.34+    LAP-M    V.42bis  12      28800/31200  --/-13     37  In   0
 
SPE 1/08/36
Port  Type     Prot     Comp    Duration  Tx/Rx(bps) Tx/Rx(Lvl) SNR Cfg  Retrain
216   V.34+    LAP-M    V.42bis  24      33600/31200  --/-36     38  In   0
217   ##       ##       ##       0       33600/300    --/19      37  In   0
218   ##       ##       ##       0       33600/300    --/19      37  In   0
219   ##       ##       ##       0       33600/300    --/19      35  In   0
 
   

Table 123 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 123 show spe modem active Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

Port

Displays the port number.

Type

Modulation type.

Prot

The connection protocol used for the call.

Comp

The compression protocol used for the call.

Duration

Time duration of the call.

Tx/Rx(bps)

Transmission and receiving speed for the call in bits per second (bps).

Tx/Rx(Lvl)

Transmission and receiving level reduction for the call in decibels per milliwatt (dBm).

SNR

The signal-to-noise ratio for the call in dB.

Cfg

 

Retrain

Number of retrain failures. A connection was lost and not reestablished after three attempts.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show port operational-status

Displays the operational status of a specific port or port range.

show spe

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show spe modem csr

To display the call success rate (CSR) for the specified service processing elements (SPEs), use the show spe modem csr command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem csr {summary | slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem csr {summary | shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays all call success rate statistics for all SPEs.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash mark.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XA

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)X

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

The show spe modem csr command displays the modem CSR statistics for a specific SPE, range of SPEs, or all the SPEs. The summary keyword displays the CSR statistics for all SPEs.

Examples

The following are sample outputs from the show spe modem csr command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC:

Router# show spe modem csr 5/6
 
   
         Avg Hold     Inc calls     Out calls    Failed    No      Succ
SPE        Time      Succ   Fail   Succ   Fail   Dial    Answer    Pct
5/06     00:22:41       2      0      0      0       0       0    100%
 
   
Router# show spe modem csr 5/1 5/6
 
   
         Avg Hold     Inc calls     Out calls    Failed    No      Succ
SPE        Time      Succ   Fail   Succ   Fail   Dial    Answer    Pct
5/01     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/02     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/03     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/04     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/05     00:00:00       0      0      0      0       0       0      0%
5/06     00:22:48       2      0      0      0       0       0    100%
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem csr summary command on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card:

Router# show spe modem csr summary
 
   
   Avg Hold          Inc  calls             Out  calls      Failed    No    Succ
   Time        Succ    Fail   Avail    Succ    Fail   Avail Dial    Answer  Pct
   002631    4827     285      93       0       0      93      5       0   94%
 
   

Table 124 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 124 show spe modem csr Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

Avg Hold Time

The average hold time for the SPE.

Inc/Out calls

Calls dialing into and out of the modem:

Succ—Total call successfully connected.

Fail—Total calls that did not successfully connect.

Avail—Total modems available for use in the system.

Failed Dial

The number of attempts the SPE failed to make a connection.

No Answer

Number of times the SPE rang but did not answer the call.

Succ Pct

The percentage of calls that were successfully connected.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe modem summary

Displays a summary of modem statistics for the specified SPE or range of SPEs.


show spe modem disconnect-reason

To display all modem disconnection reasons for the specified service processing element (SPE), use the show spe modem disconnect-reason command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem disconnect-reason {summary | slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem disconnect-reason {summary | shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays the disconnect reasons for all SPEs.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 1 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XA

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XB

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Disconnection reasons are reasons why active calls are disconnected. The disconnect reasons are displayed with Class boundaries. The show spe modem disconnect-reason command is equivalent to the show modem call stats MCIA technologies modem command.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem disconnect-reason command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC:

Router# show spe modem disconnect-reason 5/6
 
   
#SPE 5/06   :
===CLASS OTHER====  =====CLASS DSP====  ===CLASS EC LCL===  ==CLASS EC FRMR===
Software Rst     0  No Carrier       0  No LR            0  Frmr Bad Cmd     0
EC Termntd       0  No ABT dtctd     0  LR Param1        0  Frmr Data        0
Bad MNP5 Rx      0  Trainup flr      0  LR Incmpt        0  Frmr Length      0
Bad V42B         0  Retrain Lt       0  Retrns Lt        0  Frmr Bad NR      0
Bad COP stat     0  ABT end flr      0  Inactivity       0
ATH              0                      Protocol Err     0  ===CLASS EC LD====
Aborted          0  ====CLASS HOST====  Fallbck Term     0  LD No LR         0
Connect Tout     0  Hst NonSpec      0  No XID           0  LD LR Param1     0
Reset DSP        0  Hst Busy         0  XID Incmpt       0  LD LR Incmpt     0
                    Hst No answr     0  Disc             0  LD Retrns Lt     0
===CLASS EC Cmd===  Hst DTR          1  DM               0  LD Inactivty     0
Bad Cmd          0  Hst ATH          0  Bad NR           0  LD Protocol      0
                    Hst NoDialTn     0  SABME Online     0  LD User          0
=====N O N E======  Hst No Carr      0  XID Online       0
None             0  Hst Ack          0  LR Online        0  TOTAL            1
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem disconnect-reason summary command on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card:

Router# show spe modem disconnect-reason summary
 
   
===CLASS OTHER====  =====CLASS DSP====  ===CLASS EC LCL===  ==CLASS EC FRMR===
Software Rst     0  No Carrier      21  No LR            0  Frmr Bad Cmd     0
EC Termntd       0  No ABT dtctd     0  LR Param1        0  Frmr Data        0
Bad MNP5 Rx      0  Trainup flr     26  LR Incmpt        0  Frmr Length      0
Bad V42B        12  Retrain Lt       0  Retrns Lt       37  Frmr Bad NR      0
Bad COP stat     0  ABT end flr      0  Inactivity       0
ATH              0                      Protocol Err     5  ===CLASS EC LD====
Aborted          0  ====CLASS HOST====  Fallbck Term    22  LD No LR         0
Connect Tout    11  Hst NonSpec    799  No XID           5  LD LR Param1     0
Reset DSP        0  Hst Busy         0  XID Incmpt       0  LD LR Incmpt     0
                     Hst No answr     0  Disc          2718  LD Retrns Lt     0
===CLASS EC Cmd===  Hst DTR        870  DM               0  LD Inactivty     0
Bad Cmd          0  Hst ATH          0  Bad NR           0  LD Protocol      0
                     Hst NoDialTn     0  SABME Online     0  LD User          0
=====N O N E======  Hst No Carr      0  XID Online       0
None            29  Hst Ack          0  LR Online        0  TOTAL         4555

Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe modem summary

Displays a summary of modem statistics for the specified SPE or range of SPEs.


show spe modem high speed

To display the total number of connections within each high-speed modulation or codec for a specific range of service processing elements (SPEs), use the show spe modem high speed command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem high speed {summary | slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem high speed {summary | shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a brief list of all modulation connections negotiated.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem high speed command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC:

Router# show spe modem high speed 1/0
 
   
#SPE 1/0      :
 Modln       V.FC            V.34          K56Flex           V.90      Modln
 Speed    Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx    Speed
 56000  ------ ------   ------ ------   000000 ------   000000 ------  56000
 54667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  54667
 54000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  54000
 53333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  53333
 52000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  52000
 50667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  50667
 50000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  50000
 49333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  49333
 48000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  48000
 46667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  46667
 46000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  46000
 45333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  45333
 44000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  44000
 42667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  42667
 42000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  42000
 41333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  41333
 40000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  40000
 38667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  48667
 38000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  38000
 37333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  37333
 36000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  36000
 34667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  34667
 34000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  34000
 33600  ------ ------        0      0        -      -        -      0  33600
 33333  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  33333
 32000  ------ ------        -      -        0      -        0      -  32000
 31200  ------ ------        0      0        -      0        -      0  31200
 30667  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  30667
 29333  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  29333
 28800       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  28800
 28000       -      -        -      -        -      -        0      -  28000
 26400       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  26400
 24000       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  24000
 21600       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  21600
 19200       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  19200
 16800       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  16800
 14400       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  14400
 12000       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0  12000
  9600       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   9600
  7200       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   7200
  4800       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   4800
  2400       -      -        0      0        -      -        -      -   2400
 TOTAL     0000000         0000000         0000000         0000000     TOTAL
#SPE 1/1      :
 Modln       V.FC            V.34          K56Flex           V.90      Modln
 Speed    Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx    Speed
 56000  ------ ------   ------ ------   000000 ------   000000 ------  56000
 54667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  54667
 54000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  54000
 53333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  53333
 52000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  52000
 50667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  50667
 50000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  50000
 49333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  49333
 48000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  48000
 46667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  46667
 46000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  46000
 45333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  45333
 44000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  44000
 42667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  42667
 42000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  42000
 41333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  41333
 40000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  40000
 38667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  48667
 38000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  38000
 37333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  37333
 36000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  36000
 34667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  34667
 34000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  34000
 33600  ------ ------        0      0        -      -        -      0  33600
 33333  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  33333
 32000  ------ ------        -      -        0      -        0      -  32000
 31200  ------ ------        0      0        -      0        -      0  31200
 30667  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  30667
 29333  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  29333
 28800       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  28800
 28000       -      -        -      -        -      -        0      -  28000
 26400       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  26400
 24000       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  24000
 21600       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  21600
 19200       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  19200
 16800       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  16800
 14400       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  14400
 12000       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0  12000
  9600       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   9600
  7200       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   7200
  4800       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   4800
  2400       -      -        0      0        -      -        -      -   2400
 TOTAL     0000000         0000000         0000000         0000000     TOTAL
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem high speed command on the Cisco AS5800 with universal port card:

Router# show spe modem high speed 1/8/1
 
   
    --  Indicates an invalid speed for a standard
#SPE 1/08/01   :
 Modln       V.FC          V.34            K56Flex           V.90      Modln
 Speed    Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx       Tx     Rx    Speed
 60000  ------ ------   ------ ------   000000 ------   ------ ------  60000
 58000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0 ------   ------ ------  58000
 56000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  56000
 54667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  54667
 54000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  54000
 53333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  53333
 52000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  52000
 50667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  50667
 50000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  50000
 49333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  49333
 48000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  48000
 46667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  46667
 46000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  46000
 45333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  45333
 44000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  44000
 42667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  42667
 42000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  42000
 41333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  41333
 40000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  40000
 38667  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  38667
 38400  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        -      -  38400
 38000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  38000
 37333  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  37333
 36000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        0      -  36000
 34666  ------ ------   ------ ------        -      -        0      -  34666
 34000  ------ ------   ------ ------        0      -        -      -  34000
 33600  ------ ------        0      1        -      -        -      0  33600
 33333  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  33333
 32000  ------ ------        -      -        0      -        0      -  32000
 31200  ------ ------        6      1        -      0        -      0  31200
 30667  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  30667
 29333  ------ ------        -      -        -      -        0      -  29333
 28800       0      0        0      4        -      0        -      0  28800
 28000       -      -        -      -        -      -        0      -  28000
 26400       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  26400
 24000       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  24000
 21600       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  21600
 19200       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  19200
 16800       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  16800
 14400       0      0        0      0        -      0        -      0  14400
 12000       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0  12000
  9600       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   9600
  7200       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   7200
  4800       -      -        0      0        -      0        -      0   4800
  2400       -      -        0      0        -      -        -      -   2400
 TOTAL     0000000         0000012         0000000         0000000
 
   

Table 125 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 125 show spe modem high speed Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

Modln Speed

Modem line speed, in bits per second.

Tx

The number of sent calls that occurred at this speed.

Rx

The number of received calls that occurred at this speed.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe modem low speed

Displays the total number of connections within each low modulation or codec for the specified SPEs.


show spe modem high standard

To display the total number of connections within each high modulation or codec for a specific range of service processing element (SPE), use the show spe modem high standard command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem high standard {summary | slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem high standard {summary | shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a brief list of all modulation connections negotiated.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem high standard command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays standard low-speed connections for SPEs in slot 5:

 
   
Router# show spe modem high standard 5
 
   
SPE/Mod->     V.FC     V.34  K56Flex     V.90
5/00             0        1        2        1
5/01             0        0        0        0
5/02             0        0        0        0
5/03             0        0        0        0
5/04             0        0        0        0
5/05             0        0        0        0
5/06             0        0        0        2
5/07             0        0        0        0
5/08             0        0        0        0
5/09             0        0        0        0
5/10             0        0        0        0
5/11             0        0        0        0
5/12             0        0        0        0
5/13             0        0        0        0
5/14             0        0        0        0
5/15             0        0        0        0
5/16             0        0        0        0
5/17             0        0        0        0
TOTAL     00000000 00000001 00000002 00000003
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem high standard command on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card. This example displays standard low-speed connections for SPEs in slot 8:

Router# show spe modem high standard 1/8/1
 
   
SPE/Mod->     V.FC     V.34  K56Flex     V.90
1/08/01          0        6        0        0
TOTAL     00000000 00000006 00000000 00000000
 
   

Table 126 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 126 show spe modem high standard Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

Mod

The modem type.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe modem low standard

Displays the total number of connections within each low modulation or codec for the SPE.


show spe modem low speed

To display the total number of connections within each low-speed modulation or codec for the specified service processing elements (SPEs), use the show spe modem low speed command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem low speed {summary | {slot | slot/spe} [slot | slot/spe]}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem low speed {summary | {shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe} [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe]}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a brief list of all modulation connections negotiated.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. A range of slots can be specified by entering a second value for the slot argument.

slot/spe

Ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark. A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the slot/spe argument.

shelf/slot

Ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark. A range of slots can be specified by entering a second value for the shelf/slot argument.

shelf/slot/spe

Ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks. A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the shelf/slot/spe argument.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem low speed command on the Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort DFC. This example displays standard low-speed connections:

Router# show spe modem low speed 1/0
 
   
#SPE 1/0    :                             <--     MODEM   FAX       -->
 Speed   B103   V.21   B212   V.22  V.22b   V.32  V.32b    V.27t   V.29   V.17
 14400 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------     30   ------ ------      0
 12000 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      0   ------ ------      0
  9600 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      0      0   ------      0      0
  7200 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      -      0   ------      0      0
  4800 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      0      0        0      0 ------
  2400 ------ ------ ------ ------      0 ------ ------        0 ------ ------
  1200 ------ ------      0      0      6 ------ ------   ------ ------ ------
   600 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------   ------ ------ ------
   300      0      0 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------   ------ ------ ------
 TOTAL 000000 000000 000000 000000 000006 000000 000030   000000 000000 000000
#SPE 1/1    :                             <--     MODEM   FAX       -->
 Speed   B103   V.21   B212   V.22  V.22b   V.32  V.32b    V.27t   V.29   V.17
 14400 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------     30   ------ ------      0
 12000 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      0   ------ ------      0
  9600 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      0      0   ------      0      0
  7200 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      -      0   ------      0      0
  4800 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------      0      0        0      0 ------
  2400 ------ ------ ------ ------      0 ------ ------        0 ------ ------
  1200 ------ ------      0      0      6 ------ ------   ------ ------ ------
   600 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------   ------ ------ ------
   300      0      0 ------ ------ ------ ------ ------   ------ ------ ------
 TOTAL 000000 000000 000000 000000 000006 000000 000030   000000 000000 000000
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem low speed command on the Cisco AS5800 with the universal port card. This example displays standard low-speed connections for SPEs in slot 8:

Router# show spe modem low speed 1/8/0 1/8/6
 
   
    --  Indicates an invalid speed for a standard
#SPE 1/08/00   :                        <--       MODEM   FAX       -->
 Speed   B103  V.21  B212  V.22 V.22b  V.23  V.32 V.32b   V.27t  V.29  V.17
 14400  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----     0   ----- -----     0
 12000  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----     0   ----- -----     0
  9600  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----     0     0   -----     0     0
  7200  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----     -     0   -----     0     0
  4800  ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----     0     0       0     0 -----
  2400  ----- ----- ----- -----     0 ----- ----- -----       0 ----- -----
  1200  ----- -----     0     0     0     0 ----- -----   ----- ----- -----
   300      0     0 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----   ----- ----- -----
 TOTAL  00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000   00000 00000 00000
 
   

Table 127 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 127 show spe modem low speed Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

Speed

The modem line speed, in bits per second.

MODEM

The modem type.

FAX

The fax type.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe modem high standard

Displays the total number of connections within each high modulation or codec for a specific range of SPEs.


show spe modem low standard

To display the total number of connections within each low modulation or codec for the specified service processing elements (SPEs), use the show spe modem low standard command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem low standard {summary | slot | slot/spe}

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem low standard {summary | shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a brief list of all modulation connections negotiated.

slot

All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following example displays standard low-speed connections for SPEs in slot 5 on the 
Cisco AS5400:
 
   
Router# show spe modem low standard 5
                                          <--       MODEM   FAX       -->
SPE/Mod->  B103  V.21  B212  V.22 V.22b  V.23  V.32 V.32b   V.27t  V.29  V.17
5/00          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/01          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/02          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/03          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/04          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/05          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/06          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/07          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/08          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/09          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/10          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/11          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/12          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/13          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/14          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/15          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/16          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
5/17          0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
TOTAL     00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000   00000 00000 00000
 
   

The following example displays standard low-speed connections for SPEs in slot 8 on the Cisco AS5800:

Router# show spe modem low standard 1/8
                                          <--       MODEM   FAX       -->
SPE/Mod->  B103  V.21  B212  V.22 V.22b  V.23  V.32 V.32b   V.27t  V.29  V.17
1/08/00       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/01       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/02       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/03       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/04       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/05       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/06       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/07       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/08       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/09       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/10       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/11       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/12       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/13       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/14       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/15       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/16       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/17       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/18       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/19       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/20       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
                                          <--       MODEM   FAX       -->
SPE/Mod->  B103  V.21  B212  V.22 V.22b  V.23  V.32 V.32b   V.27t  V.29  V.17
1/08/21       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/22       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/23       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/24       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/25       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/26       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/27       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/28       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/29       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/30       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/31       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/32       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/33       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/34       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/35       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/36       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/37       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/38       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/39       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/40       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/41       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/42       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
                                          <--       MODEM   FAX       -->
SPE/Mod->  B103  V.21  B212  V.22 V.22b  V.23  V.32 V.32b   V.27t  V.29  V.17
1/08/43       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/44       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/45       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/46       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/47       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/48       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/49       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/50       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/51       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/52       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
1/08/53       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0       0     0     0
TOTAL     00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000   00000 00000 00000
 
   

Table 128 describes the significant fields shown in the displays.

Table 128 show spe modem low standard Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE

The slot and port number of the SPE.

MODEM

The modem type.

FAX

The fax type.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe modem high standard

Displays the total number of connections within each high modulation or codec for a specific range of SPE.


show spe modem summary

To display a summary of modem statistics for the specified service processing element (SPE) or range of SPEs, use the show spe modem summary command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe modem summary [slot | slot/spe]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe modem summary [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(2)XA

Disconnection reasons and states information were added.

12.2(2)XB

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(2)XB.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe modem summary command on the Cisco AS5400:

Router# show spe modem summary
 
   
Async1/00 - 5/107, TTY216 - 755
     786 incoming completes          4 incoming failures
       0 outgoing completes          0 outgoing failures
       0 failed dial attempts        0 ring no answers          0 autotests
       0 no carriers                 0 dial timeouts            0 autotest fails
       0 no dial tones               0 link failures            0 fail count
       0 watchdog timeouts           0 protocol errors          0 recovers
 
Transmit Speed Counters       :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
 60000        0  48000        0  38400        0  30666        0  12000        0
 58000        0  46666        0  38000        0  29333        0   9600        0
 56000        0  46000        0  37333        0  28800       10   7200        0
 54666        0  45333        0  36000        0  28000        0   4800        0
 54000        0  44000        0  34666        0  26400        0   2400        0
 53333        0  42666        0  34000        0  24000        0   1200        0
 52000        0  42000        0  33600      631  21600        0    300        0
 50666        0  41333        0  33333        0  19200        0
 50000        0  40000        0  32000        0  16800        0
 49333        0  38666        0  31200      145  14400        0
 
Receive Speed Counters        :
 Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls
 38400        0  26400        0  16800        0   7200        0    300        0
 33600      786  24000        0  14400        0   4800        0
 31200        0  21600        0  12000        0   2400        0
 28800        0  19200        0   9600        0   1200        0
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe modem summary command on the Cisco AS5800:

Router# show spe modem summary
 
   
Async1/2/00 - 1/3/323, TTY972 - 1619
     4827 incoming completes        284 incoming failures
        0 outgoing completes          0 outgoing failures
        0 failed dial attempts        0 ring no answers          0 autotests
        0 no carriers                11 dial timeouts            0 autotest fails
        0 no dial tones               0 link failures            0 fail count
        0 watchdog timeouts        2787 protocol errors          0 recovers
Transmit Speed Counters       
  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed Calls
  60000        0  48000      432  38400        0  30666        0  12000 143
  58000        0  46666        0  38000        4  29333        0   9600 5
  56000       15  46000       56  37333      111  28800      700   7200 11
  54666        0  45333      299  36000       84  28000        5   4800 2
  54000        0  44000      227  34666        0  26400      267   2400 0
  53333      123  42666        0  34000       39  24000       46   1200 3
  52000      563  42000       68  33600      323  21600       27    300 0
  50666        0  41333       38  33333        9  19200       38
  50000       59  40000       65  32000       20  16800       12
  49333      371  38666        0  31200      654  14400        5
 
   
Receive Speed Counters        
  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed    Calls  Speed Calls
  38400        0  26400     2286  16800       11   7200        1    300 2
  33600      113  24000      267  14400      139   4800        1
  31200      216  21600       56  12000        4   2400        3
  28800     1665  19200       47   9600       16   1200        0
 
   

Table 129 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

Table 129 show spe modem summary Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Summary of modem and SPE events follows:

incoming completes and failures

Total number of incoming connection requests that the SPE answered and successfully or unsuccessfully connected with the remote DCE device.

outgoing completes and failures

Total number of outgoing connection requests that the SPE dialed and successfully or unsuccessfully connected with the remote DCE device.

failed dial attempts

Number of times the SPE attempted to dial out but the call failed to leave the modem.

ring no answers

Number of times the SPE rang but did not answer the call.

autotests

Number of times an autotest was run on the SPE.

no carriers

Number of times the SPE disconnected because no carrier was present.

dial timeouts

Number of times the SPE timed out while attempting to dial.

autotest fails

Number of times the SPE failed an autotest.

no dial tones

Number of times the dial-out attempt failed because the SPE failed to detect a dial tone.

link failures

Number of times the SPE detected a link failure.

fail count

Number of times the SPE failed.

watchdog timeouts

Number of times the SPE internal watchdog timer expired.

protocol errors

Number of times the SPE protocol failed to make a call connection.

recovers

Number of times the SPE recovered.

Transmit Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were sent by the SPE.

Receive Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were received by the SPE.

Transmit Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were sent by the SPE.

Receive Speed Counters

List of connection speeds that were received by the SPE.


Related Commands

Command
Description

show port operational-status

Displays the operational status of a specific port or range of ports.

show spe

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.

show spe digital

Displays history statistics of all digital SPEs, in summary form or for SPEs starting with a specified slot or a specified shelf/slot/range of SPEs.

show spe modem disconnect-reason

Displays all modem disconnection reasons for the specified SPE or range of SPEs.


show spe recovery

To display service processing element (SPE) recovery statistics, use the show spe recovery command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe recovery [slot | slot/spe]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe recovery [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark.

shelf/slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.1(1)XD

This command was introduced on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use this command to display a list of recovered SPEs.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe recovery command on the Cisco AS5400:

Router# show spe recovery
 
   
SPE#      Session Abort   Session NAK   Call Failure
1/00                  0             0              0
1/01                  0             0              0
1/02                  0             0              0
1/03                  0             0              0
1/04                  0             0              0
1/05                  0             0              0
1/06                  0             0              0
1/07                  0             0              0
1/08                  0             0              0
1/09                  0             0              0
1/10                  0             0              0
1/11                  0             0              0
1/12                  0             0              0
1/13                  0             0              0
1/14                  0             0              0
1/15                  0             0              0
1/16                  0             0              0
1/17                  0             0              0 
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe recovery command on the Cisco AS5800:

Router# show spe recovery 1/8
 
   
SPE#      Session Abort   Session NAK   Call Failure
1/08/00               0             0              0
1/08/01               0             0              0
1/08/02               0             0              0
1/08/03               0             0              0
1/08/04               0             0              0
1/08/05               0             0              0
1/08/06               0             0              0
1/08/07               0             0              0
1/08/08               0             0              0
1/08/09               0             0              0
1/08/10               0             0              0
1/08/11               0             0              0
1/08/12               0             0              0
1/08/13               0             0              0
1/08/14               0             0              0
1/08/15               0             0              0
1/08/16               0             0              0
1/08/17               0             0              0
1/08/18               0             0              0
1/08/19               0             0              0
1/08/20               0             0              0
1/08/21               0             0              0
1/08/22               0             0              0
1/08/23               0             0              0
1/08/24               0             0              0
1/08/25               0             0              0
1/08/26               0             0              0
1/08/27               0             0              0
1/08/28               0             0              0
1/08/29               0             0              0
1/08/30               0             0              0
1/08/31               0             0              0
1/08/32               0             0              0
1/08/33               0             0              0
1/08/34               0             0              0
1/08/35               0             0              0
1/08/36               0             0              0
1/08/37               0             0              0
1/08/38               0             0              0
1/08/39               0             0              0
1/08/40               0             0              0
1/08/41               0             0              0
1/08/42               0             0              0
1/08/43               0             0              0
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1/08/47               0             0              0
1/08/48               0             0              0
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Related Commands

Command
Description

show spe

Displays SPE status.


show spe version

To display the firmware version on a service processing element (SPE), use the show spe version command in EXEC mode.

Cisco AS5350 and Cisco AS5400 with the NextPort Dial Feature Card (DFC)

show spe version [slot | slot/spe] [slot | slot/spe]

Cisco AS5800 with the Universal Port Card (UPC)

show spe version [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe] [shelf/slot | shelf/slot/spe]

Syntax Description

slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. A range of slots can be specified by entering a second value for the slot argument.

slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified slot and SPE. For the Cisco AS5350 slot values range from 1 to 3. For the Cisco AS5400, slot values range from 1 to 7. SPE values range from 1 to 17. You must include the slash mark. A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the slot/spe argument.

shelf/slot

(Optional) All ports on the specified shelf and slot. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1 and UPC slot values range from 2 to 11. You must include the slash mark. A range of slots can be specified by entering a second value for the shelf/slot argument.

shelf/slot/spe

(Optional) All ports on the specified SPE. For the Cisco AS5800, shelf values range from 0 to 1, slot values range from 2 to 11, and SPE values range from 0 to 53. You must include the slash marks. A range of ports can be specified by entering a second value for the shelf/slot/spe argument.


Command Modes

EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.0(7)T

This command was introduced.

12.1(1)XD

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5400.

12.1(3)T

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5800.

12.1(5)XM1

This command was implemented on the Cisco AS5350.

12.2(11)T

This command was integrated into Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)T and support was added for the Cisco AS5350.


Usage Guidelines

Use the show spe version command to display the firmware version running on a specific SPE. If the shelf/slot/spe argument is specified, the firmware version for the identified SPE or range of SPEs is displayed. If the slot argument is specified, the firmware version for the identified SPEs in this slot or range of slots is displayed. If no argument is specified, all SPE versions are displayed.

The show spe version command also displays the version to firmware file mappings.

The show spe version command is similar to the show modem mapping MICA technologies modem command.

Examples

The following is sample output from the show spe version command on a Cisco AS5400:

Router# show spe version
 
   
IOS-Bundled Default Firmware-Filename             Version  Firmware-Type
=====================================             =======  =============
system:/ucode/np_spe_firmware1                    0.6.5.5  SPE firmware
                                                  0.0.0.0  Portware
 
On-Flash Firmware-Filename                        Version  Firmware-Type
==========================                        =======  =============
flash:np.spe                                      0.6.4.5  SPE firmware
 
  SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Port-Range     Version    UPG Firmware-Filename
   4/00    CSMV6        0000-0005     0.6.5.5    N/A np.spe
   4/01    CSMV6        0006-0011     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/02    CSMV6        0012-0017     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/03    CSMV6        0018-0023     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/04    CSMV6        0024-0029     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/05    CSMV6        0030-0035     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/06    CSMV6        0036-0041     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/07    CSMV6        0042-0047     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/08    CSMV6        0048-0053     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/09    CSMV6        0054-0059     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/10    CSMV6        0060-0065     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/11    CSMV6        0066-0071     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/12    CSMV6        0072-0077     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/13    CSMV6        0078-0083     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/14    CSMV6        0084-0089     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/15    CSMV6        0090-0095     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/16    CSMV6        0096-0101     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
   4/17    CSMV6        0102-0107     0.6.5.5    N/A ios-bundled default
 
   

The following is sample output from the show spe version command on a Cisco AS5800:

Router# show spe version 1/8
 
   
IOS-Bundled Default Firmware-Filename             Version  Firmware-Type
=====================================             =======  =============
system:/ucode/np_spe_firmware1                    0.0.6.81 SPE firmware
system:/ucode/mica_board_firmware                 2.7.2.0  Mica Portware
 
On-Flash Firmware-Filename                        Version  Firmware-Type
==========================                        =======  =============
slot0:np_6_81.spe                                 0.0.6.81 SPE firmware
slot0:np_6_80.spe                                 0.0.6.80 SPE firmware
slot0:mica-modem-pw.2.7.1.1.bin                   2.7.1.0  Mica Portware
slot0:mica-modem-pw.2.7.2.0.bin                   2.7.2.0  Mica Portware
 
  SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Port-Range     Version    UPG Firmware-Filename
1/08/00    CSMV6        0000-0005    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/01    CSMV6        0006-0011    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/02    CSMV6        0012-0017    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/03    CSMV6        0018-0023    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/04    CSMV6        0024-0029    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/05    CSMV6        0030-0035    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/06    CSMV6        0036-0041    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/07    CSMV6        0042-0047    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/08    CSMV6        0048-0053    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/09    CSMV6        0054-0059    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/10    CSMV6        0060-0065    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/11    CSMV6        0066-0071    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/12    CSMV6        0072-0077    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/13    CSMV6        0078-0083    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/14    CSMV6        0084-0089    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/15    CSMV6        0090-0095    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/16    CSMV6        0096-0101    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/17    CSMV6        0102-0107    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/18    CSMV6        0108-0113    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/19    CSMV6        0114-0119    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/20    CSMV6        0120-0125    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/21    CSMV6        0126-0131    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/22    CSMV6        0132-0137    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/23    CSMV6        0138-0143    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/24    CSMV6        0144-0149    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/25    CSMV6        0150-0155    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/26    CSMV6        0156-0161    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/27    CSMV6        0162-0167    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/28    CSMV6        0168-0173    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/29    CSMV6        0174-0179    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/30    CSMV6        0180-0185    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/31    CSMV6        0186-0191    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/32    CSMV6        0192-0197    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/33    CSMV6        0198-0203    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/34    CSMV6        0204-0209    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/35    CSMV6        0210-0215    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/36    CSMV6        0216-0221    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/37    CSMV6        0222-0227    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/38    CSMV6        0228-0233    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/39    CSMV6        0234-0239    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/40    CSMV6        0240-0245    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/41    CSMV6        0246-0251    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/42    CSMV6        0252-0257    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/43    CSMV6        0258-0263    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/44    CSMV6        0264-0269    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/45    CSMV6        0270-0275    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/46    CSMV6        0276-0281    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/47    CSMV6        0282-0287    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/48    CSMV6        0288-0293    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/49    CSMV6        0294-0299    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/50    CSMV6        0300-0305    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/51    CSMV6        0306-0311    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/52    CSMV6        0312-0317    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
1/08/53    CSMV6        0318-0323    0.0.6.81    N/A ios-bundled default
 
   

The following examples show various implementations of the show spe version command to display information about the available SPE sources and modem resources:

Router# show spe version
 
   
IOS-Bundled Default Firmware-Filename             Version  Firmware-Type
 =====================================             =======  =============
 system:/ucode/mica_board_firmware                 2.0.2.0  Mica Boardware
 system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware                  2.6.2.0  Mica Portware
 system:/ucode/microcom_firmware                   5.1.20   Microcom F/W and DSP
 
 On-Flash Firmware-Filename                        Version  Firmware-Type
 ==========================                        =======  =============
 flash:portware.2620.ios                           2.6.2.0  Mica Portware
 flash:mcom-modem-firmware.3.1.30.bin              3.1.30   Microcom Firmware
 flash:mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin                 5.1.9    Microcom F/W and DSP
 flash:R0620.ios                                   0.6.2.0  Mica Portware
 flash:pw2710.ios                                  2.7.1.0  Mica Portware
 flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin                   2.7.1.0  Mica Portware
 
 SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Range     Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
 1/0   MICA-HMM   1/0   - 1/5   2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/1   MICA-HMM   1/6   - 1/11  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/2   MICA-HMM   1/12  - 1/17  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/3   MICA-HMM   1/18  - 1/23  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/5   MICA-HMM   1/30  - 1/35  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/6   MICA-HMM   1/36  - 1/41  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/7   MICA-HMM   1/42  - 1/47  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/9   MICA-HMM   1/54  - 1/59  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:/pw2710.ios
 
 2/0   MCOM-V90   2/0           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/1   MCOM-V90   2/1           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/2   MCOM-V90   2/2           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/3   MCOM-V90   2/3           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/4   MCOM-V90   2/4           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/5   MCOM-V90   2/5           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/6   MCOM-V90   2/6           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/7   MCOM-V90   2/7           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/8   MCOM-V90   2/8           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/9   MCOM-V90   2/9           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/10  MCOM-V90   2/10          5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/11  MCOM-V90   2/11          5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/12  MCOM-V34   2/12          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/13  MCOM-V34   2/13          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/14  MCOM-V34   2/14          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/15  MCOM-V34   2/15          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/16  MCOM-V34   2/16          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/17  MCOM-V34   2/17          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/18  MCOM-V34   2/18          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/19  MCOM-V34   2/19          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/20  MCOM-V34   2/20          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/21  MCOM-V34   2/21          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/22  MCOM-V34   2/22          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/23  MCOM-V34   2/23          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash 

Router# show spe version 1
 
   
 SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Range     Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
 1/0   MICA-HMM   1/0   - 1/5   2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/1   MICA-HMM   1/6   - 1/11  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/2   MICA-HMM   1/12  - 1/17  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/3   MICA-HMM   1/18  - 1/23  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/5   MICA-HMM   1/30  - 1/35  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/6   MICA-HMM   1/36  - 1/41  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/7   MICA-HMM   1/42  - 1/47  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/9   MICA-HMM   1/54  - 1/59  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:/pw2710.ios 

Router# show spe version 1/2
 
   
 SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Range     Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
 1/2   MICA-HMM   1/12  - 1/17  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin 

The following two examples show implementation of the show spe version command to display information about a range of SPEs:

 
   
Router# show spe version 1/2 2
 
   
 SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Range     Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
 1/2   MICA-HMM   1/12  - 1/17  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/3   MICA-HMM   1/18  - 1/23  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/5   MICA-HMM   1/30  - 1/35  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/6   MICA-HMM   1/36  - 1/41  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/7   MICA-HMM   1/42  - 1/47  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/9   MICA-HMM   1/54  - 1/59  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:/pw2710.ios
 2/0   MCOM-V90   2/0           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/1   MCOM-V90   2/1           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/2   MCOM-V90   2/2           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/3   MCOM-V90   2/3           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/4   MCOM-V90   2/4           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/5   MCOM-V90   2/5           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/6   MCOM-V90   2/6           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/7   MCOM-V90   2/7           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/8   MCOM-V90   2/8           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/9   MCOM-V90   2/9           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/10  MCOM-V90   2/10          5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/11  MCOM-V90   2/11          5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/12  MCOM-V34   2/12          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/13  MCOM-V34   2/13          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/14  MCOM-V34   2/14          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/15  MCOM-V34   2/15          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/16  MCOM-V34   2/16          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/17  MCOM-V34   2/17          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/18  MCOM-V34   2/18          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/19  MCOM-V34   2/19          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/20  MCOM-V34   2/20          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/21  MCOM-V34   2/21          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/22  MCOM-V34   2/22          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash
 2/23  MCOM-V34   2/23          2.3(6)     N/A     feature_card_flash 

Router# show spe version 1/2 2/6
 
   
 SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Range     Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
 1/2   MICA-HMM   1/12  - 1/17  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/3   MICA-HMM   1/18  - 1/23  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 1/5   MICA-HMM   1/30  - 1/35  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/6   MICA-HMM   1/36  - 1/41  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/7   MICA-HMM   1/42  - 1/47  2.7.1.0    N/A     system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware
 1/9   MICA-HMM   1/54  - 1/59  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:/pw2710.ios
 2/0   MCOM-V90   2/0           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/1   MCOM-V90   2/1           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/2   MCOM-V90   2/2           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/3   MCOM-V90   2/3           5.1(20)    N/A     system:/ucode/microcom_firmware
 2/4   MCOM-V90   2/4           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/5   MCOM-V90   2/5           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 2/6   MCOM-V90   2/6           5.1(9)     N/A     flash:/mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin
 
   
Router# show spe version
 
   
IOS-Bundled Default Firmware-Filename             Version  Firmware-Type
=====================================             =======  =============
system:/ucode/mica_board_firmware                 2.0.2.0  Mica Boardware
system:/ucode/mica_port_firmware                  2.6.2.0  Mica Portware
system:/ucode/microcom_firmware                   5.1.20   Microcom F/W and DSP
 
   
On-Flash Firmware-Filename                        Version  Firmware-Type
==========================                        =======  =============
flash:portware.2620.ios                           2.6.2.0  Mica Portware
flash:mcom-modem-firmware.3.1.30.bin              3.1.30   Microcom Firmware
flash:mcom-fw-dsp.5.1.9_47.22.bin                 5.1.9    Microcom F/W and DSP
flash:R0620.ios                                   0.6.2.0  Mica Portware
flash:pw2710.ios                                  2.7.1.0  Mica Portware
flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin                   2.7.1.0  Mica Portware
 
   
SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Range     Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
1/0   MICA-HMM   1/0   - 1/5   2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
1/1   MICA-HMM   1/6   - 1/11  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
1/2   MICA-HMM   1/12  - 1/17  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
1/3   MICA-HMM   1/18  - 1/23  2.7.1.0    N/A     flash:mica-modem-pw_2_7_1_0.bin
 
   

For the Cisco AS5800, the show spe version command display will be different. Note that the SPE-Port-Range field indicates the shelf/slot/port of the SPE.

Router# show spe version 
 
   
Firmware-Filename                             Version  Firmware-Type
=================                             =======  =============
IOS-Bundled Default                           2.6.2.0  Mica Portware
slot0:/pw2710.ios                             2.7.1.0  Mica Portware
slot0:/pw3102.ios                             3.1.0.2  Mica Portware
slot0:/pw3101.ios                             3.1.0.1  Mica Portware
 
SPE-# SPE-Type   SPE-Port-Range    Version    Upgrade Firmware-Filename
3/0   MICA-DMM   1/3/00 - 1/3/11   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/1   MICA-DMM   1/3/12 - 1/3/23   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/2   MICA-DMM   1/3/24 - 1/3/35   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/3   MICA-DMM   1/3/36 - 1/3/47   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/4   MICA-DMM   1/3/48 - 1/3/59   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/5   MICA-DMM   1/3/60 - 1/3/71   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/6   MICA-DMM   1/3/72 - 1/3/83   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/7   MICA-DMM   1/3/84 - 1/3/95   2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
3/8   MICA-DMM   1/3/96 - 1/3/107  2.7.1.0    N/A     slot0:/pw2710.ios
 
   

Table 130 describes the significant fields for the show spe version command on the Cisco AS5800 access server.

Table 130 show spe version Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SPE-#

The slot and port number of the SPE.

SPE-Type

The type of the SPE.

SPE-Port-Range

The range of ports within the specific SPE.

Version

The version of firmware loaded on the SPE.

Upgrade

The method used to reboot the SPE—choices are: busyout (default), N/A, reboot, or recover.

Firmware-Filename

Name of the firmware. You can use the dir command at the prompt to display available firmware filenames.

IOS-Bundled Default Firmware-Filename

The firmware filenames bundled with the Cisco IOS software (system:/ucode).

Firmware-Type

The type of modem associated with the firmware version.

On-Flash Firmware-Filename

The firmware filenames on the Flash (flash:).


Related Commands

Command
Description

firmware location

Upgrades SPE firmware after the new SPE firmware image is retrieved from Cisco.com or elsewhere.

show modem mapping

Displays a snapshot of all the firmware versions running on all the modems in the access server.

show spe

Displays history statistics of all SPEs, a specified SPE, or the specified range of SPEs.


show tech-support modem

To create a modem ISDN channel aggregation (MICA) modem functionality report on a Cisco AS5300 or AS5800 access server, use the show tech-support modem command in privileged EXEC mode.

show tech-support modem [detail]

Syntax Description

detail

(Optional) Produces an extensive modem functionality report.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.2(11)T

This command was introduced for MICA technologies modems on the Cisco AS5300 and AS5800.


Usage Guidelines

This command is useful when information is required to troubleshoot a problem with MICA modems in the field. Customers are typically asked to send the output for a number of Cisco IOS EXEC commands. The show tech-support modem command provides extensive output of many EXEC commands through entry of a single command.

The report displayed by the show tech-support modem command is the successive output of many commands. The report takes some time to run and, when captured in a buffer, can be over 100 pages in length. The following commands are run by the show tech-support modem command. The commands are shown in the order run:

show version

show running-config

show modem version

show modem

show modem summary

show spe version

show controllers t1 call-counters

show controllers e1 call-counters

show modem connect-speeds

show modem mapping

show line

show caller

show users all

The following additional commands are run by the show tech-support modem detail command. The commands are shown in the order run:

show modem configuration

show modem operational-status

show modem mica all

show modem csm

show modem log

To interpret the modem reports, refer to the descriptions for each command in the appropriate command reference manual.

Examples

The following example shows how to display a basic list of modem reports:

Router# show tech-support modem
 
   

The following example shows how to display an extensive list of modem reports:

Router# show tech-support modem detail

Related Commands

Command
Description

execute-on

Executes a command on a line card to monitor and maintain information on the card (for example, a line card on a dial shelf).


show tech-support spe

To create a NextPort service processing element (SPE) modem functionality report on a Cisco AS5350, AS5400, AS5800, or AS5850 access server, use the show tech-support spe command in privileged EXEC mode.

show tech-support spe [detail]

Syntax Description

detail

(Optional) Produces an extensive modem functionality report.


Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.2(11)T

This command was introduced for SPE modems on the Cisco AS5350, AS5400, AS5800, and AS5850.


Usage Guidelines

This command is useful when information is required to troubleshoot a problem with SPE modems in the field. Customers are typically asked to send the output for a number of Cisco IOS EXEC commands. The show tech-support spe command provides extensive output of many EXEC commands by entering a single command.

The report displayed by the show tech-support spe command is the successive output of many commands. The report takes some time to run and, when captured in a buffer, can be over 100 pages in length. The following commands are run by the show tech-support spe command. The commands are shown in the order run:

show version

show running-config

show spe version

show spe

show spe modem summary

show spe modem csr summary

show spe modem disconnect-reason summary

show spe recovery

show csm call-rate

show nextport mm

show controllers e1 call-counters

show controllers t1 call-counters

show line

show caller

show users all

The following additional commands are run by the show tech-support spe detail command. The commands are shown in the order run:

show csm modem

show spe log

show port modem log

To interpret the modem reports, refer to the descriptions for each command listed in the appropriate command reference manual.

Examples

The following example shows how to display a basic list of modem reports:

Router# show tech-support spe
 
   

The following example shows how to display an extensive list of modem reports:

Router# show tech-support spe detail

Related Commands

Command
Description

execute-on

Executes a command on a line card to monitor and maintain information on the card (for example, a line card on a dial shelf).