Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition) Command Reference: Unified Model
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show platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx

show sbc

show sbc dbe addresses (session border controller)

show sbc dbe controllers (session border controller)

show sbc dbe flow-stats (session border controller)

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats (session border controller)

show sbc dbe h248-profile

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats (session border controller)

show sbc dbe media-stat s (session border controller)

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats (session border controller)

show sbc h248 bac

show sbc rg

show sbc rsrcmon

show sbc sbe aaa

show sbc sbe addresses

show sbc sbe adjacencies

show sbc sbe adjacencies authentication-realms

show sbc sbe admin-domain

show sbc sbe all-authentication-realms

show sbc sbe all-peers

show sbc sbe billing

show sbc sbe blacklist

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

show sbc sbe blacklist critical

show sbc sbe blacklist critical configured-limits

show sbc sbe blacklist critical current-blacklisting

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

show sbc sbe cac-policy-set

show sbc sbe call-policy-set

show sbc sbe call-policy-sets

show sbc sbe call-policy-set default

show sbc sbe call-policy-set (enum)

show sbc sbe call-policy-set tables

show sbc sbe call-policy-set table entries

show sbc sbe call-policy-set table entry

show sbc sbe call-rate-stats

show sbc sbe call-stats

show sbc sbe calls

show sbc sbe call branches

show sbc sbe codec-list

show sbc sbe codecs

show sbc sbe diameter

show sbc sbe diameter peers

show sbc sbe diameter stats

show sbc sbe editors

show sbc sbe enum

show sbc sbe enum entry

show sbc sbe h323 timers

show sbc sbe hold-media-timeout

show sbc sbe hunting-trigger

show sbc sbe media-gateway-associations

show sbc sbe media-gateway-policy

show sbc sbe media-gateways

show sbc sbe media-policy

show platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx

To display the Cisco QuantumFlow Processor SIP Fast-Register (SFX) counters, use the show platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx [global]

 
Syntax Description

global

Specifies SIP Fast-Register (SFX) global state information.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

 
Usage Guidelines

Information about how SIP fast-register (SFX) messages are processed, that is, which SIP REGISTER request packets are punted to the Route Processor (RP) or dropped, may help explain why call rates are low and why the RP CPU load is high.

Examples

The following example shows information about the parsing of SIP fast-register (SFX) messages in the Cisco QuantumFlow Processor (QFP):

Router# show platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx global
 
SBC QFP SIP Fast Register Dataplane Information
-----------------------------------------------
 
SIP 200 OK Replies generated = 0
SIP REGISTER punts :
No table entry = 0
Fast Timer expiry = 0
Expires=0 = 0
SIP Syntax Error = 0
QFP Out of Resources = 0
QFP Internal Error = 0
SIP REGISTER drops :
QFP Internal Error = 0
UDP Length Error = 0
UDP Checksum Error = 0

Table 1 lists field descriptions for the show platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx command.

 

Table 1 show platform qfp active feature sbc sfx Field Descriptions

Field
Description

SIP 200 OK Replies generated

A SIP REGISTER request was replied to in the QFP fast path using a 200 OK success reply.

SIP REGISTER punts

 

No table entry

A SIP REGISTER request could not be matched with a programmed SIP Fast-Register entry. This means that the combination of AoR (Address of Record, the To: field) and the Contact URI did not match any entry. The SIP REGISTER request is then punted to the Route Processor (RP).

Fast Timer expiry

When a SIP Fast-Register entry is added for fast-pathing the SIP REGISTER requests for the combination of AoR and Contact URI, a time limit for fast-pathing the re-REGISTER requests is set. When that time limit is exceeded, then the next SIP REGISTER request is punted to the RP.

Expires=0

A SIP REGISTER request was received with either an individual Contact specifying “expires=0” or with a SIP request global “Expires: 0” message header. The SIP REGISTER request is then punted to the RP.

SIP Syntax Error

A field in a SIP REGISTER message could not be parsed in the QFP fast path. The request is then punted to the RP.

QFP Out of Resources

A resource on the QFP could not be allocated to process a SIP REGISTER request. The request is then punted to the RP.

QFP Internal Error

An internal inconsistency in processing a SIP REGISTER request was encountered. The request is then punted to the RP for processing.

SIP REGISTER drops

 

QFP Internal Error

A failure to format the reply packet or to send the reply packet back was encountered. The request packet is dropped.

UDP Length Error

A packet's UDP length did not match the IP total length and is dropped.

UDP Checksum Error

The UDP checksum was incorrect in the SIP REGISTER packet. The packet is dropped.

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

clear platform hardware qfp active feature sbc sfx

Clears information about SIP fast-register (SFX) messages in the Cisco QuantumFlow Processor (QFP).

show sbc

To list all the Session Border Controllers (SBCs) configured on the chassis, use the show sbc command in the Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc

 
Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6.2

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

The output of the command was changed to include the mode and status of the SBC.

Examples

The following example shows how the show sbc command displays the list of all SBCs configured on the chassis.

Router# show sbc
SBC name is asr1k-sbc
SBC mode is Unified
SBC is Active

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc services

Displays the list of all SBC services on the chassis.

show sbc dbe addresses (session border controller)

To list the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on data border elements (DBEs), use the show sbc dbe addresses command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe addresses

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

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 3.1S

The format of the output displayed by this command was modified in a release earlier than Release 3.1S.

Examples

The following example shows the H.248 control and media addresses, VRF name, port ranges, and service class configured on a DBE that is on the mySbc SBC:

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe addresses
 
SBC Service “mySbc”
H.248 control address: 10.0.0.1
 
Media-Address: 1.1.1.1
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class): 5-6 (signaling)
16384-20000 (any)
 
Media-Address: 1.1.1.2-1.1.1.3
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class):
 
Media-Address: 1.1.1.5-1.1.1.6
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class):
 
Media-Address:
6::2 - 6::3
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class): 4-6 (signaling)
 
Media-Address:
6::5
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class):
 
Media-Address:
1111:2222:3333:4444::1 -
1111:2222:3333:4444::5
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class): 2-6 (signaling)
Media-Address:
1111:2222:3333:4444::8
VRF: Global
Port-Range (Service-Class):
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe controllers

Displays the media gateway controllers and the controller address configured on each DBE.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats

Displays the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process.

show sbc dbe media-stats

Displays general DBE statistics. These statistics do not include data from active calls.

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more media flows collected on the DBE.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more signaling flows collected on the DBE.

unexpected-source-alerting

Enables the generation of alerts when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

 

show sbc dbe controllers (session border controller)

To list the media gateway controllers (MGCs) and the controller address configured on each data border element (DBE), use the show sbc dbe controllers command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe controllers

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

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 2.2

Output was modified to add Session Establishment Time, Transaction Long Timer, and TMAX Timeout fields.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

This command was modified for distributed SBC—output was modified to show Service Change Cold Boot delay timer information.

Examples

The following example shows that the controller is detached and a new field indicating that a delay timer is set to delay generation of a Service Change Cold Boot for 112 seconds was added in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4 for distributed SBC:

Router# show sbc global dbe controllers
SBC Service "global"
vDBE in DBE location 1
 
DBE Admin Status: Activation Delayed 112 seconds
Media gateway controller in use:
H.248 controller address
200.50.1.254:2970
Status: Detached
 
Sent Received Failed Retried
Requests 1 0 0 1
Replies 0 0 0
 
Segmentation:
MGC PDU Size: N/A
MG PDU Size: N/A
MGC Seg timer: N/A
MG Seg timer: N/A
Segments Sent: N/A
Segments Rcvd: N/A
 
Configured controllers:
H.248 controller 2:

 

The following example shows that the controller is attached and a new field displaying the Session Establishment Time (“since 2008/02/19 13:56:30”)that was added in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.2:

Router# show clock
*09:06:03.135 UTC Mon Feb 18 2008
 
Router# show sbc global dbe controllers
SBC Service "global"
vDBE in DBE location 1
 
DBE Admin Status: Active
Media gateway controller in use:
H.248 controller address
200.50.1.254:2970
Status: Attached, since 2008/02/19 13:56:30
 
Sent Received Failed Retried
Requests 1 0 0 1
Replies 0 1 0
 
Segmentation:
MGC PDU Size: N/A
MG PDU Size: N/A
MGC Seg timer: N/A
MG Seg timer: N/A
Segments Sent: N/A
Segments Rcvd: N/A
 
Configured controllers:
H.248 controller 2:

 

The following example establishes controller connection prior to the TMAX timeout being changed:

Router# show sbc global dbe controller
SBC Service "global"
vDBE in DBE location 1
 
DBE Admin Status: Active
DBE Transaction Long Timer 15000 (ms)
DBE TMAX Timeout 10000 (ms)
 
Media gateway controller in use:
H.248 controller address
200.50.1.254:2970
Status: Attached, since 2008/02/22 17:35:43
 
Sent Received Failed Retried
Requests 1 0 0 3
Replies 0 1 0
 
Segmentation:
MGC PDU Size: N/A
MG PDU Size: N/A
MGC Seg timer: N/A
MG Seg timer: N/A
Segments Sent: N/A
Segments Rcvd: N/A
 
Configured controllers:
H.248 controller 2:
Remote address: 200.50.1.254:2970
Transport: UDP

 

The following example shows that the Tmax timeout has been changed to 20 seconds and entering the show controller command again displays the new fields, Transaction Long Timer and TMAX Timeout, added in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.2:

Router# show sbc global dbe controllers
SBC Service "global"
vDBE in DBE location 1
 
DBE Admin Status: Active
DBE Transaction Long Timer 25000 (ms)
DBE TMAX Timeout 20000 (ms)
 
Media gateway controller in use:
H.248 controller address
200.50.1.254:2970
Status: Detached
 
Sent Received Failed Retried
Requests 1 0 0 2
Replies 0 0 0
 
Segmentation:
MGC PDU Size: N/A
MG PDU Size: N/A
MGC Seg timer: N/A
MG Seg timer: N/A
Segments Sent: N/A
Segments Rcvd: N/A
 
Configured controllers:
H.248 controller 2:
Remote address: 200.50.1.254:2970
Transport: UDP

 

The following example shows the H.248 controllers configured on the virtual data border element (vDBE) with a location ID of 1 on an SBC called “mySbc.” In this example, the H.248 status is active.

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe controllers
 
SBC Service “mySbc”
vDBE in DBE location 1
 
DBE Admin Status: Active
Media gateway controller in use:
H.248 controller address
200.100.1.254:2991
Status: Detached
 
Sent Received Failed Retried
Requests 1 0 0 2
Replies 0 0 0
 
Segmentation:
MGC PDU Size: 33 bytes
MG PDU Size: N/A
MGC Seg timer: 44 ms
MG Seg timer: N/A
Segments Sent: N/A
Segments Rcvd: N/A
 
Configured controllers:
H.248 controller 1:
Remote address: 200.100.1.254:2991
Transport: UDP (with IAH)

 

The following example shows the H.248 controllers configured on the virtual data border element (vDBE) with a location ID of 1 on an SBC called “mySbc.” In this example, the H.248 status is inactive.

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe controllers
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
vDBE in DBE location 1
 
DBE Admin Status: Inactive
Media gateway controller in use:
 
Configured controllers:
H.248 controller 5:
Remote address: 10.1.1.1:6
Transport: UDP

 

Table 2 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 2 show sbc dbe controllers Field Descriptions

Field
Description

DBE Admin Status

Possible values are Active and Inactive.

Media gateway controller in use:

Statistics that follow are applicable to the MGC(s) in use.

H.248 controller address

H.248 controller address.

Status:

Status of the controller. Possible values are Attached and Detached.

Requests

Number of H.248 requests sent, received, failed, or retried.

Replies

Number of H.248 replies sent, received, failed, or retried.

Segmentation:

Statistics that follow are applicable to the H.248 Segmentation package.

MGC PDU Size

Maximum protocol data unit (PDU) size, in bytes, that the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) should use for H.248 control signaling.

MG PDU Size

Not applicable.

MGC Seg timer

Time interval, in milliseconds, on the segmentation timer.

MG Seg timer

Not applicable.

Segments Sent:

Number of segments sent.

Segments Rcvd:

Number of segments received .

Configured controllers:

Statistics that follow are applicable to configured H.248 controllers.

Remote address

Remote address of the configured controller.

Transport

Transport in use on the configured controller. Possible values are UDP, UDP (with IAH), TCP, and TCP (with IAH)

Session Establishment Time

This has the format (YY/MM/DD hour/minute/second). If the router time is changed, the operator is expected to detect this from any console log, as the Session Establishment Time is not updated.

Transaction Long Timer

This timer determines the total time the DBE waits (and keep retrying) from initially sending a request until receiving a response. It is set to TMAX + MaxRTT, where TMAX is configurable and MaxRTT is hard coded to 0.5 seconds.

The association to the MGC is lost if this timer expires before the transaction reply is received.

TMAX Timeout

This is the maximum delay in seconds. It is a parameter of the TMAX timer that limits the maximum delay of retransmissions by the DBE when sending messages to the MGC. The default is 10 seconds.

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe addresses

Displays the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on DBEs.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats

Displays the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process.

show sbc dbe media-stats

Displays general DBE statistics. These statistics do not include data from active calls.

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more media flows collected on the DBE.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more signaling flows collected on the DBE.

unexpected-source-alerting

Enables the generation of alerts when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

show sbc dbe flow-stats (session border controller)

To list all flow statistics, both signaling and media flows, collected on the data border element (DBE), use the show sbc dbe flow-stats command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe flow-stats [{ summary | detail}] [vrf vrf-name] [ {ipv4 A.B.C.D | ipv6 ipv6-address} [port port-number] ] [context {id}| termination {termination substring}] ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

summary

(Optional) Displays a summary of all flow statistics, including pinhole flows, for the DBE.

detail

(Optional) Displays detailed flow statistics, including pinhole flows, for the DBE.

vrf vrf-name

(Optional) Displays only flows to or from the specified VPN routing and forwarding instance (VRF).

ipv4 A.B.C.D

(Optional) Displays only flows to or from the specified IPv4 media IP address.

ipv6 ipv6-address

(Optional) Displays only flows to or from the specified IPv6 media IP address.

port port-number

(Optional) Displays only flows to or from the specified port number.

context

(Optional) Shows summary or detailed display of all pinhole flows within the context ID.

id

(Optional) Specifies the context ID number.

termination

(Optional) Shows summary or detailed display of pinhole flows that match the termination substring.

termination substring

(Optional) Specifies the termination substring number.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.2

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

This command is supported for the unified model.

 
Usage Guidelines

The flow-stats per-flow counters are updated dynamically.

Not all endpoints report RTP Control Protocol (RTCP) endpoint statistics. In addition, not all endpoints that report RTCP statistics report all the fields shown.

When the “Media Flowing” field is reported as Yes, it either means that media has been observed flowing on the call within the media timeout period, or the call has failed over within the last media timeout period and the SBC has not yet had a chance to observe whether media is flowing or not.

Examples

The following example displays all the active flows, signaling and media flows:

Router# show sbc global dbe flow-stats
SBC Service "global"
Media flow statistics
Media Flow:
Context ID: 2
Stream ID: 2
State of Media Flow: Allocated
Call Established Time: 15:27:27 PDT Apr 9 2008
Flow Priority: Unspecified
Side A:
Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3
Reserved Bandwidth: 12600 (bytes/second)
Status OutofService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10002
Remote Address: 10.10.127.22
Remote Port: 17384
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
RTCP Packets Sent: Not known
RTCP Packets Received: Not known
RTCP Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: inactive
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes)
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
Side B:
Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/2/0/1/bb/4
Reserved Bandwidth: 12600 (bytes/second)
Status OutofService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10004
Remote Address: 200.0.0.1
Remote Port: 19384
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
RTCP Packets Sent: Not known
RTCP Packets Received: Not known
RTCP Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: inactive
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes)
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
 
SBC Service "global"
Signaling flow statistics
Media Flow:
Context ID: 2
Stream ID: 1
State of Signaling Flow: Allocated
Call Established Time: 15:24:38 PDT Apr 9 2008
Flow Priority: Unspecified
Side A:
Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1
Reserved Bandwidth: 0 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10000
Remote Address: 3.0.0.3
Remote Port: 5000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes)
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
Side B:
Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2
Reserved Bandwidth: 0 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10001
Remote Address: 3.0.0.3
Remote Port: 5000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes)
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: B8
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No

 

The following example displays a summary of all flows with context ID number 1:

Router# show sbc global dbe flow-stats summary context 1
SBC Service "global"
Media flow statistics
Context ID 1 Stream ID 2
Side A: Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10002
Remote Address/Port: 10.10.127.22/17384
Status: OutofService
Side B: Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/2/0/1/bb/4 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10004
Remote Address/Port: 200.0.0.1/19384
Status: OutofService
 
SBC Service "global"
Signaling flow statistics
Context ID 1 Stream ID 1
Side A: Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10000
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/5000
Status: InService
Side B: Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10001
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/5000
Status: InService
 

 

The following example displays a summary of flows with the termination string, mycompany:

Router# show sbc global dbe flow-stats summary termination mycompany
SBC Service "global"
Media flow statistics
Context ID 1 Stream ID 2
Side A: Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10002
Remote Address/Port: 10.10.127.22/17384
Status: OutofService
Side B: Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/2/0/1/bb/4 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10004
Remote Address/Port: 200.0.0.1/19384
Status: OutofService
 
SBC Service "global"
Signaling flow statistics
Context ID 1 Stream ID 1
Side A: Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10000
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/5000
Status: InService
Side B: Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10001
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/5000
Status: InService
 

 

The following example displays a summary of flows with the combination of context ID 1 and the termination string, mycompany:

Router# show sbc global dbe flow-stats summary context 1 termination mycompany
SBC Service "global"
Media flow statistics
Context ID 1 Stream ID 2
Side A: Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10002
Remote Address/Port: 10.10.127.22/17384
Status: OutofService
Side B: Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/2/0/1/bb/4 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10004
Remote Address/Port: 200.0.0.1/19384
Status: OutofService
 
SBC Service "global"
Signaling flow statistics
Context ID 1 Stream ID 1
Side A: Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10000
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/5000
Status: InService
Side B: Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.50.2.1/10001
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/5000
Status: InService

Table 3 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 3 show sbc dbe flow-stats Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Context ID

The context ID to which the flow is associated.

Stream ID

Stream ID.

State of Media Flow

Flow (or Termination) state (Active, Allocated, or Unknown).

Active—The DBE has programmed the flow pair and media has started flowing in at least one direction.

Allocated—The DBE has programmed the flow pair, but no media has started to flow.

Unknown—The DBE has not yet been given enough information by the controller to be able to program the flow pair.

State of Signaling Flow

Flow state (Active, Allocated, or Unknown).

  • Active—DBE has programmed the flow pair and the media has started flowing in at least one direction.
  • Allocated—DBE has programmed the flow pair, but no media has started to flow.
  • Unknown—DBE has not yet been given enough information by the controller to be able to program the flow pair.

Call Established Time

Call established time in the format 23:51:29 UTC Jun 21 2007.

Flow Priority

Priority of the call (Routine or Urgent).

Side A

Information for the initiating side of the call.

Side B

Information for the terminating side of the call.

Name

Name of the flow.

Reserved Bandwidth

Bandwidth reserved for the call in bytes per second. (This value maps to the tman/sdr value.)

Status

Status is InService or OutofService.

InService—Flow on this side is in service.

OutofService—No media is forwarded.

VRF Name

Either the VRF name, or “Global” when there is no VRF.

VLAN Tags (Priorities)

VLAN tags and Ethernet priorities information.

Local Address

Local address on the DBE on which packets are received for this side of the call.

Local Port

Local port on the DBE on which packets are received for this side of the call.

Remote Address

Address of the remote endpoint from which packets are expected to be sent for this side of the call.

Remote Port

Port on the remote endpoint from which packets are expected to be sent for this side of the call.

Remote Source Address Mask

If specified, all packets matching the Remote Source Address Mask are classified as belonging to this flow rather than just those matching the full remote and port. (This value maps to the gm/sam value.)

Packets Received

Number of packets received from the remote endpoint.

Packets Sent

Number of packets forwarded to the remote endpoint.

Packets Discarded

Number of packets dropped (due to bandwidth policing, for example).

Data Received

Number of bytes of data received from the remote endpoint.

Data Sent

Number of bytes of data forwarded to the remote endpoint.

Data Discarded

Number of bytes of data dropped (due to bandwidth policing, for example). (This value maps to the gm/sam value.)

GM Discarded Packets

This counter is always set to zero because it is not currently implemented. It will be the number of data packets received from the remote endpoint that have been discarded locally because of source address/port filtering.

Time To Recovery

The tsc/ttr value from Termination State Control (TSC) package, in milliseconds.

RTCP Packets Sent

If there are RTCP packets flowing in the call, the number of RTP packets (within the most recently received RTCP) that the endpoint reports as being sent.

RTCP Packets Received

If there are RTCP packets flowing in the call, the number of RTP packets (within the most recently received RTCP) that the endpoint reports as being received.

RTCP Packets Lost

If there are RTCP packets flowing in the call, the number of RTP packets (within the most recently received RTCP) that the endpoint reports as being lost.

DTMF Interworking

Indicates whether DTMF interworking is in operation for the flow.

Media Flowing

Indicates whether packets are flowing from the endpoint.

Unexpected SrcAddr Packets

If unexpected-source-alerting is switched on with the unexpected-source-alerting command, this counter records the number of alerts generated for the flow when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

An unexpected source event happens when a packet is received, matched to a flow (but not by a full 5-tuple comparison), and found to have come from the wrong remote address.

Delay variation tolerance

The delay variation tolerance (tman/dvt) associated with the Tman package. Defines the delay variation tolerance for the stream in tenths of microseconds when enforcing the PDR value in the first leaky bucket.

SDP string

The SDP string is that present on the H.248 ADD request to provision the call.

Graceful deactivation

Description to be added.

DiffServ Code Point

The Diffserv Code point is the (DSCP value) provided on the H.248 request to mark the media packets. This reflects the ds/dscp parameters.

Media Loss Event

Media Loss Event is “Yes” if the flow has the nt/qualert subscription.

NAT Latch Event

The NAT Latch Event is “Yes” if the flow has adr/rsac subscribed.

Billing ID

Signaling border element (SBE) billing ID for this side of the call.

Media directions allowed

Allowed directions of media flow for this side of the call (inactive, sendonly, recvonly, or sendrecv).

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe addresses

Displays the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on DBEs.

show sbc dbe controllers

Displays the media gateway controllers and the controller address configured on each DBE.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats

Displays the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process.

show sbc dbe media-stats

Displays general DBE statistics. These statistics do not include data from active calls.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more signaling flows collected on the DBE.

unexpected-source-alerting

Enables the generation of alerts when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats (session border controller)

To display the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process, use the show sbc dbe forwarder-stats command in user EXEC mode or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe forwarder-stats

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

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 2.4

Added “Packets violated” field.

 
Usage Guidelines

This command provides a live snapshot of the current state of the DBE forwarding process by showing low-level statistics on the packets processed by the process. This command is intended to be used by Cisco customer support engineers to diagnose media problems.

Because DBE forwarding statistics can overwrite after approximately 4 billion packets, overall packet counts might not be accurate. For more accurate statistics on completed calls, use the show sbc dbe media-stats command. For accurate information on active flows, use the show sbc dbe media-flow-stats command.

Examples

The following example shows the list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process:

Router# show sbc global dbe forwarder-stats
 
IOSd MPF Stub Message statistics
--------------------------------
Total global PMI messages received = 1
Total global PMI messages transmitted = 1
Total call PMI messages received = 0
Total call PMI messages transmitted = 0
Total global PMI message handling failures = 0
Total call PMI message handling failures = 0
Total global TDL messages received = 1
Total global TDL messages transmitted = 1
Total call TDL messages received = 0
Total call TDL messages transmitted = 0
Total global TDL message handling failures = 0
Total call TDL message handling failures = 0
Total packets injected = 0
Total packets punted = 0
Total injected packets dropped = 0
Total punted packets dropped = 0
Total global message timeouts = 0
Total call message timeouts = 0
 
Call ID database is NOT Initialised
 
IOSd MPF Stub Call statistics
-----------------------------
Number of currently in-use Calls = 0
High-water number of in-use Calls = 0
Maximum number of in-use Calls supported = 0
 
SBC Media Forwarder Statistics
------------------------------
Summary information:
Total packets received = 28416
Total packets forwarded = 14336
Total packets dropped = 14080
Total packets punted = 0
Incoming packets diverted to SBC subsystem = 0
Outgoing packets inserted by SBC subsystem = 0
 
Detailed breakdown of statistics:
 
Dropped packets:
IP TTL expired = 0
No associated flow = 0
Wrong source for flow = 0
Ingress flow receive disabled = 0
Egress flow send disabled = 0
Not conforming to flowspec = 14080
Badly formed RTP = 0
Badly formed RTCP = 0
Excessive RTCP packet rate = 0
Borrowed for outgoing DTMF = 0
Unknown destination address = 0
Misdirected = 0
Feature disabled = 0
Reprocess limit exceeded = 0
 
Punted packets:
H.248 control packets = not implemented
Packets containing options = 0
Fragmented packets = 0
Unexpected IP protocol = 0
Packets from invalid port range = 0
 
Punted packets dropped through rate limiting = 0
Packets colored with configured DSCP = 0
 
Diverted DTMF packets dropped:
Excessive DTMF packet rate = 0
Bad UDP checksum = 0
Diverted packet queue full = not implemented
Other = not implemented
 
Inserted packets dropped:
Flow inactive or disabled = 0
No outgoing packet buffer available = 0
Outgoing Queue full = 0
Other = 0
 
Generated event information:
Number of media UP events = 0
Number of media DOWN events = 0
Number of unexpected source events = 0
 
Platform specific statistics:
Packets learn source address = 0
Packets Learn source address timed out = 0
Packets conformed = 1982
Packets violated = 18
Packets exceed = 0
Packets RTCP receive = 0
 
SBC Media Forwarder statistics can wrap after
approximately 18 quintillion packets. For more accurate
statistics on completed calls, please use
show sbc ... dbe media-stats

Table 4 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 4 show sbc dbe forwarder-stats Field Descriptions

Field
Description

IOSd MPF Stub Message statistics

Total global PMI messages received

Total global packet management interface (PMI) messages received by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total global PMI messages transmitted

Total global packet management interface (PMI) messages transmitted by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total call PMI messages received

Total packet management interface (PMI) messages related to calls received by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total call PMI messages transmitted

Total packet management interface (PMI) messages related to calls transmitted by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total global PMI message handling failures

Failure counters indicating that something has gone wrong with handling total global packet management interface (PMI) messages. The suggested action is to monitor the counters and if they are increasing or are associated with another failure, then call TAC.

Total call PMI message handling failures

Failure counters indicating that something has gone wrong with handling total packet management interface (PMI) messages related to calls. The suggested action is to monitor the counters and if they are increasing or are associated with another failure, then call TAC.

Total global TDL messages received

Total global type definition language (TDL) messages received by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total global TDL messages transmitted

Total global type definition language (TDL) messages transmitted by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total call TDL messages received

Total type definition language (TDL) messages related to calls received by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total call TDL messages transmitted

Total type definition language (TDL) messages related to calls transmitted by the DBE forwarding process. This counter increments during normal operation.

Total global TDL message handling failures

Failure counters indicating that something has gone wrong with handling total global type definition language (TDL) messages. The suggested action is to monitor the counters and if they are increasing or are associated with another failure, then call TAC.

Total call TDL message handling failures

Failure counters indicating that something has gone wrong with handling total type definition language (TDL) messages related to calls. The suggested action is to monitor the counters and if they are increasing or are associated with another failure, then call TAC.

Total packets injected

Total dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) packets inserted into the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) stream. If DTMF interworking is configured, then these counters are expected to increase.

Total packets punted
 

Total dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) packets removed from the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) streams. If DTMF interworking is configured, then these counters are expected to increase.

Total injected packets dropped
 

Failure counters indicating that something has gone wrong—total DTMF packets inserted into RTP streams that have dropped. The suggested action is to monitor the counters and if they are increasing or are associated with another failure, then call TAC.

Total punted packets dropped
 

Failure counters indicating that something has gone wrong—total DTMF packets removed from RTP streams that have dropped. The suggested action is to monitor the counters and if they are increasing or are associated with another failure, then call TAC.

IOSd MPF Stub Call statistics

Number of currently in-use Calls

Number of calls currently in use.

High-water number of in-use Calls

The maximum number of calls that have ever been in use.

Maximum number of in-use Calls supported

This will only be filled in once the Call IS database moves to initialized state.

SBC Media Forwarder Statistics

Summary information

Total packets received

Total packets received by the DBE forwarding process.

Total packets forwarded

Total packets forwarded by the DBE forwarding process.

Total packets dropped

Total packets dropped by the DBE forwarding process for any reason.

Total packets punted

Total packets punted to the IP stack by the DBE forwarding process.

Incoming packets diverted to SBC subsystem

Number of incoming packets diverted to the Media Gateway Manager (MGM).

Outgoing packets inserted by SBC subsystem

Number of outgoing packets inserted by MGM.

Detailed breakdown of statistics

Dropped packets

IP TTL expired

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because the IP time to live (TTL) has expired.

No associated flow

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because they do not correspond to a matching media flow.

Wrong source for flow

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because the source IP address and source port do not match the expected source address and source port for the flow.

Ingress flow receive disabled

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because receiving packets from the remote endpoint is disabled.

Egress flow send disabled

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because sending packets to the remote endpoint is disabled.

Not conforming to flowspec

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because they do not conform according to flowspec traffic policing for the flow. A flowspec is the traffic parameters of a stream of IP packets between two applications in IPv6 or IPv4.

Badly formed RTP

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped due to Real Time Protocol (RTP) errors.

Badly formed RTCP

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped due to Real Time Control Protocol (RTCP) errors.

Excessive RTCP packet rate

Number of RTCP packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because too many RTCP packets were sent on a given flow; policer indicated violated the flow specifier. The DBE forwarding process allows two RTCP packets per second for each flow.

Borrowed for outgoing DTMF

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because they were borrowed from their own flow in order to allow an outgoing packet to be inserted into a flow.

Unknown destination address

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and dropped because the destination address is unknown.

Misdirected

Number of packets that was dropped due to having an address that would have caused the packets to be punted.

Feature disabled

Number of packets that was received while SBC was in the process of being deactivated. Depending on the volume of traffic, this number will remain small. This counter only increments during the deactivation process. Once the feature (SBC) is fully deactivated (with the no activate command), this counter will no longer increment.

Reprocess limit exceeded

Error condition counter. Counts errors when an SBC packet is re-processed too many times because the destination address was changed to be a local address on the DBE. After the destination address is translated and forwarded, the packet ends up in the SBC path again. This counter does not typically increase.

Punted packets

H.248 control packets

Not implemented in command output.

Packets containing options

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and punted because the IP header contains IP options.

Fragmented packets

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and punted to the IP stack because the IP datagram is fragmented.

Unexpected IP protocol

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and punted because they are neither UDP nor TCP, or they are TCP but they are not destined for a signaling pinhole.

Packets from invalid port range

Number of packets rejected by DBE forwarding process and punted because the destination UDP port is outside the VoIP UDP port range.

Punted packets dropped through rate limiting

Number of packets not punted to the IP stack and dropped due to rate limiting.

Packets colored with configured DSCP

Number of packets colored with configured marker DSCP value by Two-Rate-Three-Color Marker feature.

Diverted DTMF packets dropped

Excessive DTMF packet rate

Number of incoming packets diverted to MGM but dropped due to rate limiting. These packets are included in the divert count and drop count.

Bad UDP checksum

The UDP checksum was incorrect in the DTMF packet. The packet is dropped.

Diverted packet queue full

Not implemented in command output.

Other

Not implemented in command output.

Inserted packets dropped

Flow inactive or disabled

Number of outgoing packets inserted by MGM but dropped because the request is invalid. These packets are included in the insert count and drop count.

No outgoing packet buffer available

Number of outgoing packets inserted by MGM but dropped because no packet buffers are available. These packets are included in the insert count and drop count.

Outgoing Queue full

Number of outgoing packets inserted by MGM but dropped because the outgoing packet queue is full. These packets are included in the insert count and drop count.

Other

Number of outgoing packets inserted by MGM but dropped for other reasons. These packets are included in the insert count and drop count.

Generated event information

Number of media UP events

Number of media UP events generated.

Number of media DOWN events

Number of media DOWN events generated.

Number of unexpected source events

Number of unexpected source address events generated.

Platform specific statistics

Packets learn source address

For flows that have source address latching configured, a count of the number of packets that are latched.

Packets Learn source address timed out

If a flow has be programmed to relatch the source address and a new source address was not received in the specified timeframe, then this counts the timeout.

Packets conformed

Count of the number of packets that the policer indicated conformed to the flow specifier.

Packets violated

Count of the number of packets that the policer indicated violated the flow specifier.

Packets exceed

Count of the number of packets that the policer indicated exceeded the flow specifier

Packets RTCP receive

Count of the number of RTCP packets received.

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe addresses

Displays the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on DBEs.

show sbc dbe controllers

Displays the media gateway controllers and the controller address configured on each DBE.

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more media flows collected on the DBE.

show sbc dbe media-stats

Displays general DBE statistics. These statistics do not include data from active calls.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more signaling flows collected on the DBE.

show sbc dbe h248-profile

To list the information on the specified H.248 profile, including transport, H.248 form, and active packages, use the show sbc dbe h248-profile command in the Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name dbe h248-profile

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Defines the name of the service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows the defaults and configured options for the H.248 profile:

Router# show sbc mysbc dbe h248-profile

Transport UDP IAH
H.248 Version 3
Packages:
Generic(g)
Base Root(root): Max Terminations per context 10
Network(l)
DiffServ(ds)
Gate Management(gm)
Traffic Management(tman)
IP NAPT(ipnapt)
Segment(seg): Max PDU Size 4096 bytes

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

h248-profile

Configures the vDBE H.248 profile name to interoperate with the MGC.

h248-profile-version

Configures the vDBE H.248 profile version to interoperate with the MGC. This command is used after you have defined the name of the profile using the h248-profile command.

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats (session border controller)

To list the media flow statistics collected on the data border element (DBE), use the show sbc dbe media-flow-stats command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe media-flow-stats [{ summary | detail}] [vrf vrf-name] [ {ipv4 A.B.C.D | ipv6 ipv6-address} [port port-number] ] [context {id}| termination {termination substring}] ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

summary

(Optional) Displays a summary of the media flow statistics, including pinhole flows, for the DBE.

detail

(Optional) Displays detailed media statistics, including pinhole flows, for the DBE.

vrf vrf-name

(Optional) Displays only media flows to or from the specified VPN routing and forwarding instance (VRF).

ipv4 A.B.C.D

(Optional) Displays only media flows to or from the specified IPv4 media IP address.

ipv6 ipv6-address

(Optional) Displays only media flows to or from the specified IPv6 media IP address.

port port-number

(Optional) Displays only media flows to or from the specified port number.

context

(Optional) Shows summary or detailed display of all pinhole flows within the context ID.

id

(Optional) Specifies the context ID number.

termination

(Optional) Shows summary or detailed display of pinhole flows. that match the termination substring.

termination substring

(Optional) Specifies the termination substring number.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

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 2.2

The context and termination keywords were added. New fields (Max Burst size, Delay variation tolerance, SDP string, Graceful deactivation, DiffServ Code Point, Media Loss Event, and NAT Latch Event) were added to the output display.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

This command is supported for the unified model.

 
Usage Guidelines

Not all endpoints report RTP Control Protocol (RTCP) endpoint statistics. In addition, not all endpoints that report RTCP statistics report all the fields shown.

When the “Media Flowing” field is reported as Yes, it either means that media has been observed flowing on the call within the media timeout period, or the call has failed over within the last media timeout period and the SBC has not yet had a chance to observe whether media is flowing or not.

Examples

The following example displays signaling and media flow pairs and additional fields added in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.2:

Router# show sbc global dbe media-flow-stats
SBC Service "global"
Media Flow:
Context ID: 6
Stream ID: 2
State of Media Flow: Allocated
Call Established Time: 16:54:29 UTC Feb 20 2008
Flow Priority: Unspecified
Side A:
Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3
Reserved Bandwidth: 12600 (bytes/second)
Status OutofService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10002
Remote Address: 10.10.127.22
Remote Port: 17384
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
EndPoint Packets sent: Not known
EndPoint Packets received: Not known
EndPoint Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: inactive
Max Burst size: 3250 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side A
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (ms)
SDP string: m=audio $ RTP/AVP 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
Side B:
Name mycompany/voice/gn/0/2/0/1/bb/4
Reserved Bandwidth: 12600 (bytes/second)
Status OutofService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10004
Remote Address: 200.0.0.1
Remote Port: 19384
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
EndPoint Packets Sent: Not known
EndPoint Packets Received: Not known
EndPoint Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: inactive
Max Burst size: 3250 (bytes) <===== additional fields for Side B
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (ms)
SDP string: m=audio $ RTP/AVP 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 

 

The following example shows detailed statistics from an IPv4 media flow collected on the DBE:

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe media-flow-stats detail
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Media Flow:
Context ID: 1
Stream ID: 2
State of Media Flow: Active
Call Established Time: 23:50:20 UTC Jun 21 2007
Flow Priority: Routine
Side A:
Name abc/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3
Reserved Bandwidth: 12 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.255.113
Local Port: 20000
Remote Address: 100.50.255.110
Remote Port: 20000
Remote Source Address Mask: 100.50.255.0/24
Packets Received: 2272
Packets Sent: 1784
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 266 (bytes)
Data Sent: 209 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
EndPoint Packets Sent: Not known
EndPoint Packets Received: Not known
EndPoint Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: Yes
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: sendrecv
Max Burst size: 3250 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side A
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (ms)
SDP string: m=audio $ RTP/AVP 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
Side B:
Name abc/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/4
Reserved Bandwidth: 23 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.255.113
Local Port: 20002
Remote Address: 200.50.255.110
Remote Port: 30000
Packets Received: 2249
Packets Sent: 2272
Packets Discarded: 465
Data Received: 263 (bytes)
Data Sent: 266 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 54 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
EndPoint Packets Sent: Not known
EndPoint Packets Received: Not known
EndPoint Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: Yes
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: sendrecv
Max Burst size: 3250 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side B
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (ms)
SDP string: m=audio $ RTP/AVP 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No

 

The following example shows detailed statistics from an IPv6 media flow collected on the DBE:

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe media-flow-stats detail
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Media Flow:
Context ID: 13
Stream ID: 2
State of Media Flow: Allocated
Call Established Time: 23:51:29 UTC Jun 21 2007
Flow Priority: Routine
Side A:
Name abc/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1
Reserved Bandwidth: 23 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 3333:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777
Local Port: 30000
Remote Address: 2222:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777
Remote Port: 20000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
EndPoint Packets Sent: Not known
EndPoint Packets Received: Not known
EndPoint Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: sendrecv
Max Burst size: 3250 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side A
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (ms)
SDP string: m=audio $ RTP/AVP 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
Side B:
Name abc/voice/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2
Reserved Bandwidth: 12 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 2222:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777
Local Port: 20000
Remote Address: 3333:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777
Remote Port: 30000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
EndPoint Packets Sent: Not known
EndPoint Packets Received: Not known
EndPoint Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
Media directions allowed: sendrecv
Max Burst size: 3250 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side B
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (ms)
SDP string: m=audio $ RTP/AVP 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 

 

The following example shows summary statistics collected for media flows on the DBE:

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe media-flow-stats summary
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Context ID 1 Stream ID 2
Side A: Name abc/voice6/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/3 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 3:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/30000
Remote Address/Port: 2:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/20000
Status: In Service
Side B: Name abc/voice6/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/4 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 2:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/20000
Remote Address/Port: 3:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/30000
Status: In Service
Context ID 2 Stream ID 2
Side A: Name abc/voice4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/7 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.100.1.3/20002
Remote Address/Port: Not known
Status: In Service
Side B: Name abc/voice4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/8 Media Flowing: No
Local Address/Port: 202.100.1.3/20000
Remote Address/Port: 200.100.1.1/30000
Status: In Service
 
 

The following command lists the statistics for media flows collected on the DBE associated with a VRF vpn1:

Router# show sbc dmsbc-node9 dbe media-flow-stats summary/detail vrf vpn1 ipv4
88.88.110.100 port 20000
SBC Service ''dmsbc-node9''
Media Flow:
State of Media Flow: Active
Call Age: 3850390 ms
Call Priority: Routine
Reserved Bandwidth: 10 (kilobytes/second)
No media timeout remaining: 2741
Class of service: Any
Side A:
VRF Name: vpn1
Local Address: 88.88.110.100
Local Port: 20000
Remote Address: 200.200.200.172
Remote Port: 17488
RTP Packets Received: 140134
RTP Packets Sent: 140131
RTP Packets Discarded: 0
 
 

The following command lists the statistics about one or more media flows collected on the DBE for a port with an IPv4 address associated with a specific VRF instance:

Router# show sbc j dbe media-flow-stats detail vrf vpn1 ipv4 10.127.3.1 port 16526
SBC Service "j"
Media Flow:
State of Media Flow: Active
Call Priority: Routine
ContextID: 12
StreamID: 49153
Reserved Bandwidth: 10500 (bytes/second)
No media timeout remaining: 30
Class of service: Voice
Side A:
VRF Name: vpn1
Local Address: 88.102.9.100
Local Port: 16384
Remote Address: 10.127.3.1
Remote Port: 16526
RTP Packets Received: 2119
RTP Packets Sent: 2096
RTP Packets Discarded: 0
RTP Data Received: 423800 (bytes)
RTP Data Sent: 419200 (bytes)
RTP Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
End Point Packets Sent: Not known
End Point Packets Received: Not known
End Point Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: Yes
Affected by Routing Error: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 0x47B507DF2020202020202030302B3030303030300000
0018
Media directions allowed: sendrecv
Side B:
VRF Name: vpn2
Local Address: 88.102.10.100
Local Port: 16384
Remote Address: 10.127.4.1
Remote Port: 19566
RTP Packets Received: 2096
RTP Packets Sent: 2119
RTP Packets Discarded: 0
RTP Data Received: 419200 (bytes)
RTP Data Sent: 423800 (bytes)
RTP Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
End Point Packets Sent: Not known
End Point Packets Received: Not known
End Point Packets Lost: Not known
DTMF Interworking: No
Media Flowing: Yes
Affected by Routing Error: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Billing ID: 0x47B507DF2020202020202030302B3030303030300000
0017
Media directions allowed: sendrecv

Table 5 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 5 show sbc dbe media-flow-stats Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Context ID

The context ID to which the flow is associated.

Stream ID

Stream ID.

State of Media Flow

Flow (or Termination) state (Active, Allocated, or Unknown).

Active—The DBE has programmed the flow pair and media has started flowing in at least one direction.

Allocated—The DBE has programmed the flow pair, but no media has started to flow.

Unknown—The DBE has not yet been given enough information by the controller to be able to program the flow pair.

Call Established Time

Call established time in the format 23:51:29 UTC Jun 21 2007.

Flow Priority

Priority of the call (Routine or Urgent).

Side A

Information for the initiating side of the call.

Side B

Information for the terminating side of the call.

Name

Name of the flow.

Reserved Bandwidth

Bandwidth reserved for the call in bytes per second. (This value maps to the tman/sdr value.)

Status

Status is InService or OutofService.

InService—Flow on this side is in service.

OutofService—No media is forwarded.

VRF Name

Either the VRF name, or “Global” when there is no VRF.

VLAN Tags (Priorities)

VLAN tags and Ethernet priorities information.

Local Address

Local address on the DBE on which packets are received for this side of the call.

Local Port

Local port on the DBE on which packets are received for this side of the call.

Remote Address

Address of the remote endpoint from which packets are expected to be sent for this side of the call.

Remote Port

Port on the remote endpoint from which packets are expected to be sent for this side of the call.

Remote Source Address Mask

If specified, all packets matching the Remote Source Address Mask are classified as belonging to this flow rather than just those matching the full remote and port. (This value maps to the gm/sam value.)

Packets Received

Number of packets received from the remote endpoint.

Packets Sent

Number of packets forwarded to the remote endpoint.

Packets Discarded

Number of packets dropped (due to bandwidth policing, for example).

Data Received

Number of bytes of data received from the remote endpoint.

Data Sent

Number of bytes of data forwarded to the remote endpoint.

Data Discarded

Number of bytes of data dropped (due to bandwidth policing, for example). (This value maps to the gm/sam value.)

GM Discarded Packets

This counter is always set to zero because it is not currently implemented. It will be the number of data packets received from the remote endpoint that have been discarded locally because of source address/port filtering.

Time To Recovery

The tsc/ttr value from Termination State Control (TSC) package, in milliseconds.

EndPoint Packets Sent

If there are EndPoint packets flowing in the call, the number of RTP packets (within the most recently received EndPoint) that the endpoint reports as being sent.

EndPoint Packets Received

If there are EndPoint packets flowing in the call, the number of RTP packets (within the most recently received EndPoint) that the endpoint reports as being received.

EndPoint Packets Lost

If there are EndPoint packets flowing in the call, the number of RTP packets (within the most recently received EndPoint) that the endpoint reports as being lost.

DTMF Interworking

Indicates whether DTMF interworking is in operation for the flow.

Media Flowing

Indicates whether packets are flowing from the endpoint.

Unexpected SrcAddr Packets

If unexpected-source-alerting is switched on with the unexpected-source-alerting command, this counter records the number of alerts generated for the flow when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

An unexpected source event happens when a packet is received, matched to a flow (but not by a full 5-tuple comparison), and found to have come from the wrong remote address.

Billing ID

Signaling border element (SBE) billing ID for this side of the call.

Media directions allowed

Allowed directions of media flow for this side of the call (inactive, sendonly, recvonly, or sendrecv).

Max Burst size

The maximum burst size (tman/mbs) associated with the Tman package.

Delay variation tolerance

The delay variation tolerance (tman/dvt) associated with the Tman package. Defines the delay variation tolerance for the stream in tenths of microseconds when enforcing the PDR value in the first leaky bucket.

SDP string

The SDP string is that present on the H.248 ADD request to provision the call.

Graceful deactivation

Description to be added.

DiffServ Code Point

The Diffserv Code point is the (DSCP value) provided on the H.248 request to mark the media packets. This reflects the ds/dscp parameters.

Media Loss Event

Media Loss Event is “Yes” if the flow has the nt/qualert subscription.

NAT Latch Event

The NAT Latch Event is “Yes” if the flow has adr/rsac subscribed.

 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe flow-stats

Lists all flow statistics, both signaling and media flows, collected on the data border element (DBE).

show sbc dbe addresses

Displays the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on DBEs.

show sbc dbe controllers

Displays the media gateway controllers and the controller address configured on each DBE.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats

Displays the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process.

show sbc dbe media-stats

Displays general DBE statistics. These statistics do not include data from active calls.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more signaling flows collected on the DBE.

unexpected-source-alerting

Enables the generation of alerts when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

show sbc dbe media-stats (session border controller)

To list general data border element (DBE) statistics, use the show sbc dbe media- stats command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe media-stats

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

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 2.4

This command is supported in the unified model.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

The output of the command was updated to include information about the transcoded calls.

 
Usage Guidelines

The show sbc dbe media- stats statistics do not include data from active calls. The global counters keep track of packets received and sent on calls that have already ended.

The Active Flows statistic counts the number of flows for which media has been observed within the media-timeout period, or where the call has failed over within the last media-timeout period and the Session Border Controller (SBC) has not yet had a chance to observe whether media is flowing or not.

The Unclassified Pkts statistic includes all packets received on the VLAN interface that are not matched to a valid media flow. This includes media packets not matched to a flow, signaling packets, and any other traffic.

Examples

The following example shows general DBE statistics on a DBE that is on an SBC called “mySbc.” These DBE statistics do not include data from active calls.

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe media-stats
 
SBC Service "MySBC"
Available Bandwidth = Unlimited
Available Flows = 131072
Available Packet Rate = Unlimited
Active Media Flows = 0
Peak Media Flows = 0
Total Media Flows = 0
Active Transcoded Flows = 1
Peak Transcoded Flows = 1
Total Transcoded Flows = 1
Active Signaling Flows = 0
Peak Signaling Flows = 0
Total Signaling Flows = 0
SBC Packets Received = 0
SBC Octets Received = 0
SBC Packets Sent = 0
SBC Octets Sent = 0
SBC Packets Discarded = 0
SBC Octets Discarded = 0
No Media Count = 0

Table 6 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 6 show sbc dbe media-stats Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Max Term per Context

Maximum number of terminations per context.

Available Bandwidth

Total amount of bandwidth available for new calls.

Available Flows

Total amount of flows available for new calls.

Available Packet Rate

Amount of media packets per second available to new calls.

Active Media Flows

Current number of active calls.

Peak Media Flows

Maximum number of concurrent calls recorded.

Total Media Flows

Total number of calls set up on the DBE since the statistics were last cleared.

Active Transcoded Flows

Current number of active transcoded calls.

Peak Transcoded Flows

Maximum number of transcoded calls recorded.

Total Transcoded Flows

Total number of transcoded calls on the DBE.

Active Signaling Flows

Current number of flows that are actively forwarding signaling traffic.

Peak Signaling Flows

Peak number of active signaling flows since the statistics were last reset.

Total Signaling Flows

Accumulated total number of signaling flows. This count contains both active signaling flows and signaling flows that were allocated but never connected.

SBC Packets Received

Total number of SBC packets received by the DBE for completed calls.

SBC Octets Received

Number of octets of SBC data received by the DBE for completed calls.

SBC Packets Sent

Total number of SBC packets sent by the DBE for completed calls.

SBC Octets Sent

Number of octets of SBC data sent by the DBE for completed calls.

SBC Packets Discarded

Number of SBC packets discarded on completed calls.

SBC Octets Discarded

Number of SBC octets discarded on completed calls.

No Media Count

Number of calls that have been dropped because there was no media flowing on the call.

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe addresses

Displays the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on DBEs.

show sbc dbe controllers

Displays the media gateway controllers and the controller address configured on each DBE.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats

Displays the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process.

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more media flows collected on the DBE.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more signaling flows collected on the DBE.

unexpected-source-alerting

Enables the generation of alerts when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats (session border controller)

To list the signaling flow statistics collected on the data border element (DBE), use the show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats command in user EXEC or privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc {sbc-name} dbe signaling-flow-stats [{ summary | detail} [vrf vrf-name] [{ipv4 A.B.C.D | ipv6 ipv6-address} [port port-number] ] [context {id}| termination {termination substring}] ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

summary

(Optional) Displays a summary of the signaling flow statistics, including pinhole flows, for the DBE.

detail

(Optional) Displays detailed signaling flow statistics, including pinhole flows, for the DBE.

vrf vrf-name

(Optional) Displays only signaling flows to or from the specified VPN routing and forwarding instance (VRF).

ipv4 A.B.C.D

(Optional) Displays only signaling flows to or from the specified IPv4 media IP address.

ipv6 ipv6-address

(Optional) Displays only signaling flows to or from the specified IPv6 media IP address.

port port-number

(Optional) Displays only signaling flows to or from the specified port number.

context

(Optional) Shows summary or detailed display of all pinhole flows within the context ID.

id

(Optional) Specifies the context ID number.

termination

(Optional) Shows summary or detailed display of pinhole flows. that match the termination substring.

termination substring

(Optional) Specifies the termination substring number.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

User EXEC (>)

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 2.2

The context and termination keywords were added. New fields (Max Burst size, Delay variation tolerance, SDP string, Graceful deactivation, DiffServ Code Point, Media Loss Event, and NAT Latch Event) were added to the output display.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

This command is supported in the unified model.

 
Usage Guidelines

When the “Media Flowing” field is reported as Yes, it either means that media has been observed flowing on the call within the media timeout period, or the call has failed over within the last media timeout period and the SBC has not yet had a chance to observe whether media is flowing or not.

Examples

The following example displays signaling and media flow pairs and additional fields added in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.2:

Router# show sbc global dbe signaling-flow-stats
SBC Service "global"
Media Flow:
Context ID: 6
Stream ID: 1
State of Signaling Flow: Allocated
Call Established Time: 16:53:58 UTC Feb 20 2008
Flow Priority: Unspecified
Side A:
Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1
Reserved Bandwidth: 0 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10000
Remote Address: 3.0.0.3
Remote Port: 5000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes) <===== additional fields for Side A
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
Side B:
Name mycompany/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2
Reserved Bandwidth: 0 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.2.1
Local Port: 10001
Remote Address: 3.0.0.3
Remote Port: 5000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side B
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: B8
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 

 

The following example displays detailed statistics from an IPv4 signaling flow collected on the DBE:

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe signaling-flow-stats detail
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Media Flow:
Context ID: 2
Stream ID: 1
State of Signaling Flow: Active
Call Established Time: 12:55:11 UTC Aug 11 2007
Flow Priority: Routine
Side A:
Name abc/sip/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1
Reserved Bandwidth: 43 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.255.110
Local Port: 5000
Remote Address: 100.50.255.110
Remote Port: 5000
Remote Source Address Mask: 100.50.255.0/24
Packets Received: 1344
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 444
Data Received: 885 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 292 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: Yes
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes) <===== additional fields for Side A
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: 0
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
Side B:
Name abc/sip/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2
Reserved Bandwidth: 0 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 202.50.255.110
Local Port: 5001
Remote Address: 200.50.255.110
Remote Port: 10000
Packets Received: 1335
Packets Sent: 900
Packets Discarded: 1335
Data Received: 880 (bytes)
Data Sent: 593 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 880 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side B
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: B8
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 

 

The following example displays detailed statistics from an IPv6 signaling flow collected on the DBE:

Router# show sbc global dbe signaling-flow-stats detail
 
SBC Service "global"
Media Flow:
Context ID: 2
Stream ID: 1
State of Signaling Flow: Allocated
Call Established Time: 12:55:11 UTC Aug 11 2007
Flow Priority: Routine
Side A:
Name abc/sip/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1
Reserved Bandwidth: 23 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address: 1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:6666:7777:3331
Local Port: 5000
Remote Address: Not known
Remote Port: Not known
Remote Source Address Mask: 2222:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777/48
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: Not known
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side A
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: B8
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
Side B:
Name abc/sip/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2
Reserved Bandwidth: 0 (bytes/second)
Status InService
VRF Name: Global
VLAN Tags(Priorities): 0(0), 0(0)
Local Address Mask: 2222:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777/48
Local Port: 0
Remote Address: 3333:1111:1111:2222:3333:4444:5555:7777
Remote Port: 10000
Packets Received: 0
Packets Sent: 0
Packets Discarded: 0
Data Received: 0 (bytes)
Data Sent: 0 (bytes)
Data Discarded: 0 (bytes)
GM Discarded Packets: 0
Time To Recovery: Not known
Media Flowing: No
Unexpected SrcAddr Packets: No
Max Burst size: 0 (bytes) <===== additional fields for side B
Delay variation tolerance: 0 (microseconds)
SDP string: m=application $ udp 0
Graceful deactivation: No
DiffServ Code Point: B8
Media Loss Event: No
NAT Latch Event: No
 
 

The following example shows summary statistics collected for signaling flows on the DBE:

Router# show sbc mySbc dbe signaling-flow-stats summary
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Context ID 1 Stream ID 1
Side A: Name abc/sip6/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/1 Media Flowing: Yes
Local Address/Port: 1:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/5060
Remote Address/Port: 2:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/5000
Status: In Service
Side B: Name abc/sip6/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/2 Media Flowing: Yes
Local Address/Port: 2:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/5000
Remote Address/Port: 3:100:1:1:1:1:1:1/5060
Status: In Service
Context ID 2 Stream ID 1
Side A: Name abc/sip4/gn/0/1/0/1/ac/5 Media Flowing: Yes
Local Address/Port: 202.100.1.1/5000
Remote Address/Port: 100.100.1.1/5000
Status: In Service
Side B: Name abcsip4/gn/0/1/0/1/bb/6 Media Flowing: Yes
Local Address/Port: 202.100.1.1/5001
Remote Address/Port: 200.100.1.1/5000
Status: In Service

Table 7 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 7 show sbc dbe signaling-flow-stats Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Context ID

Context ID to which the flow is associated.

Stream ID

Stream ID.

State of Signaling Flow

Flow state (Active, Allocated, or Unknown).

  • Active—DBE has programmed the flow pair and the media has started flowing in at least one direction.
  • Allocated—DBE has programmed the flow pair, but no media has started to flow.
  • Unknown—DBE has not yet been given enough information by the controller to be able to program the flow pair.

Call Established Time

Call established time in the format 23:51:29 UTC Jun 21 2007.

Flow Priority

Priority of the call (Routine or Urgent).

Side A

Information for the initiating side of the call

Side B

Information for the terminating side of the call

Name

Name of the flow.

Reserved Bandwidth

Bandwidth reserved for the call in bytes per second.

Status

Status is InService or OutofService.

InService—Flow on this side is in service.

OutofService—No media is forwarded.

VRF Name

Either the VRF name, or “Global” when there is no VRF.

VLAN Tags (Priorities)

VLAN tags and Ethernet priority information.

Local Address

Local address on the DBE on which packets are received for this side of the call.

Local Port

Local port on the DBE on which packets are received for this side of the call.

Remote Address

Address of the remote endpoint from which packets are expected to be sent for this side of the call.

Remote Port

Port on the remote endpoint from which packets are expected to be sent for this side of the call.

Remote Source Address Mask

If specified, all packets matching the Remote Source Address Mask are classified as belonging to this flow rather than just those matching the full remote and port.

Packets Received

Number of packets received from the remote endpoint.

Packets Sent

Number of packets forwarded to the remote endpoint.

Packets Discarded

Number of packets dropped (due to bandwidth policing, for example).

Data Received

Number of bytes of data received from the remote endpoint.

Data Sent

Number of bytes of data forwarded to the remote endpoint.

Data Discarded

Number of bytes of data dropped (due to bandwidth policing, for example).

GM Discarded Packets

This counter is always set to zero because it is not currently implemented. It will be the number of data packets received from the remote end point and discarded locally because of source address/port filtering.

Time To Recovery

The tsc/ttr value from Termination State Control (TSC) package, in milliseconds.

Media Flowing

Indicates whether packets are flowing from the endpoint.

Unexpected SrcAddr Packets

If unexpected-source-alerting is switched on with the unexpected-source-alerting command, this counter records the number of alerts generated for the flow when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

An unexpected source event happens when a packet is received, matched to a flow (but not by a full 5-tuple comparison), and found to have come from the wrong remote address.

Max Burst size

The maximum burst size (tman/mbs) associated with the Tman package.

Delay variation tolerance

The delay variation tolerance (tman/dvt) associated with the Tman package. Defines the delay variation tolerance for the stream in tenths of microseconds when enforcing the PDR value in the first leaky bucket.

SDP string

The SDP string is that present on the H.248 ADD request to provision the call.

Graceful deactivation

Description to be added.

DiffServ Code Point

The Diffserv Code point is the (DSCP value) provided on the H.248 request to mark the media packets. This reflects the ds/dscp parameters.

Media Loss Event

Media Loss Event is “Yes” if the flow has the nt/qualert subscription.

NAT Latch Event

The NAT Latch Event is “Yes” if the flow has adr/rsac subscribed.

 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

show sbc dbe flow-stats

Lists all flow statistics, both signaling and media flows, collected on the data border element (DBE).

show sbc dbe addresses

Displays the H.248 control addresses and media addresses configured on DBEs.

show sbc dbe controllers

Displays the media gateway controllers and the controller address configured on each DBE.

show sbc dbe forwarder-stats

Displays the global list of statistics for the DBE forwarding process.

show sbc dbe media-stats

Displays general DBE statistics. These statistics do not include data from active calls.

show sbc dbe media-flow-stats

Displays the statistics about one or more media flows collected on the DBE.

unexpected-source-alerting

Enables the generation of alerts when media packets for a call are received from an unexpected source address and port.

show sbc h248 bac

To display the H.248 Border Access Controller (BAC) configuration on the Session Border Controller (SBC), use the show sbc h248 bac command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc h248 bac {adjacencies [adj-name]} | call contexts | iad {active-number | sessions [filter] | [mid]} | trace-filter

 
Syntax Description

adjacencies

Displays information pertaining to all the H.248 BAC adjacencies on the SBC or a specific H.248 BAC adjacency when the adj-name is configured.

adj-name

Specific name of an SBC H.248 BAC adjacency.

call contexts

Displays call information pertaining to the SBC H.248 BAC.

iad

Displays Integrated Access Device (IAD) information pertaining to the SBC H.248 BAC.

active-number

Displays the active number of the SBC H.248 BAC IAD.

sessions

Displays the SBC H.248 BAC IAD registry.

filter

Specifies the Message Identifier (MID) filter.

mid

Specifies the MID.

trace-filter

Displays the SBC H.248 BAC trace filter.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.7S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

There is no no form of this command.

Examples

The following is a sample output of the show sbc h248 bac adjacencies command:

H.248 Bac Service
Name Type State Description
-----------------------------------------------------------
core_spec2 Core Detached
iad_80 Access Detached
iad_80_123 Access Detached
 

Table 8 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 8 show sbc h248 bac adjacencies Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Name

Name of the H.248 adjacency.

Type

Type of the H.248 adjacency. The valid values are Core or Access.

State

State of the H.248 adjacency. The valid values are Attached or Detached.

Description

Description for the adjacency provided by customers.

The following is a sample output of the show sbc h248 bac adjacencies core_spec command:

Adjacency core_spec2 (CORE)
Status: Detached
Control Address: 192.168.102.222
Control Port Type: PORT-RANGE
Control Port-Range Start: 2944
Control Port-Range End: 2945
Remote Address: 192.168.102.14
Remote Port: 2944
VRF: Global
Reaml ID: 1
 

Table 9 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 9 show sbc h248 bac adjacencies core_spec Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Status

State of the H.248 adjacency. The valid values are Attached or Detached.

Control Address

IP address assigned to the H.248 adjacency.

Control Port Type

Control port type of the H.248 adjacency. The valid values are Port Binding Type, Port for Static Binding, or Port Range for Dynamic Binding.

Control Port-Range Start

Start port number.

Control Port-Range End

End port number.

Remote Address

IP address of the Media Gateway Controller(MGC).

Remote Port

Listening port of the MGC.

VRF

Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) in which the adjacency resides.

Realm ID

ID for binding with the reserved IP address pool of media flow.

The following is a sample output of the show sbc h248 bac adjacencies access_spec command:

Adjacency access (ACCESS)
Status: Attached
Control Address: 3.3.3.3
Control Port Type: PORT
Control Port: 2944
VRF: Global
Realm ID: 0
Binding Core Adjacency: core
H.248 BAC Domain Name: tt
Heart Beat Terminate: 60
Retry: 3
Audit Interval: 60
Audit: Auto (Default)
Register Rate: 100
Media Bypass: FALSE
Media Down: FALSE
NAT: Force-off (Default)
 

Table 10 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 10 show sbc h248 bac adjacencies access_spec Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Status

State of the H.248 adjacency. The valid values are Attached or Detached.

Control Address

IP address assigned to the H.248 adjacency.

Control Port Type

Only PORT is supported for access adjacency.

Control Port

Port number assigned to the access adjacency.

VRF

VRF the adjacency resides in.

Realm ID

ID for binding with the reserved IP address pool of media flow.

Binding Core Adjacency

Core adjacency that the access adjacency binds.

H.248 BAC Domain Name

Domain name specified by customers.

Heart Beat Terminate

The terminate interval. BAC blocks the heartbeat from the endpoints within the terminate interval.

Retry

Retry number.

Audit Interval

Interval between BAC's endpoint audits.

Audit

Audit type for the H.248 adjacency. The valid values are Auto or Force.

Register Rate

Maximum register rate for the access adjacency.

Media Bypass

Value shows whether media bypass is enabled or not.

Media Down

Value shows whether media down detection is enabled or not.

NAT

Value shows whether the endpoints reside behind the NAT device.

The following is a sample output of the show sbc h248 bac call contexts command :

Context ID: 51957
MGM correlator: 4
MPF correlator: 1
State: CONNECTED
RTP term id: RTP/00000
Access side RTP addr:
src: 9.9.9.9/40000 VRF 0
dst: 9.9.9.9/40000 VRF 0
Core side RTP addr:
src: 8.8.8.8/40000 VRF 0
dst: 192.168.102.81/4006 VRF 0
IAD mid: [192.168.102.80]:2944
---------------------------------------------
 

Table 11 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 11 show sbc h248 bac call contexts Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Context ID

Context ID of the active call.

MGM correlator

ID of the MGM correlator.

MPF correlator

ID of the MPF correlater.

State

Call state. The valid values are IDLE, ALLOCATING, ALLOCATED, CONNECTED, MODIFYING, or DELETING.

RTP term id

RTP termination ID.

Access side RTP addr

Source or destination IP address, port, and VRF of media flow on the access side.

Core side RTP addr

Source or destination IP address, port, and VRF of media flow on the core side.

IAD mid

The MID for IAD.

The following is a sample output of the show sbc h248 bac iad active-number 1 command:

H.248 bac active iad number: 1
H.248 bac active call context numbers: 47
 

Table 12 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 12 show sbc h248 bac iad active-number 1 Field Descriptions

Field
Description

H.248 bac active iad number

Number of registered IADs.

H.248 bac active call context number

Number of active call contexts.

The following is a sample output of the show sbc h248 bac iad sessions command:

IAD Session:
Access side remote address: 172.16.104.13 port 2944
Core side local address: 172.16.104.178 port 3000
IAD mid: [172.16.104.13]:2944
BAC mid: [172.16.104.178]:2944
IAD domain name:
 

Table 13 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 13 show sbc h248 bac iad sessions Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Access side remote address

IP address and port number of the remote endpoint.

Core side local address

IP address and port number of the local core adjacency.

IAD mid

MID of the IAD.

BAC mid

MID of the BAC.

IAD domain name

Domain name of the IAD if the domain name is used for the MID.

show sbc rg

To list the transport and statistical information pertaining to the Session Border Controller (SBC) redundancy group, use the show sbc rg command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name rg {transport | statistics}

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

The name of the SBC service.

statistics

Displays the SBC redundancy group statistics.

transport

Displays the SBC redundancy group transport information.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

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

Examples

The following example shows the SBC redundancy group statistics:

Router# show sbc MySBC rg statistics
SBC HA B2B statistics
---------------------
Number of messages successfully queued = 99901
Number of messages successfully requeued = 3875
Number of messages successfully sent = 99901
Number of IPS messages sent = 99628
Number of messages queue failures = 0
Number of messages send throttles = 0
Number of messages send full throttles = 0
Number of messages requeue failures = 0
Number of attempted-send message failures = 45
Number of message header malloc failures = 0
Number of no packet available failures = 0
Number of high watermark of queued messages = 43
Number of high watermark of recv messages = 0
 
Number of messages received = 1621
Number of received IPS messages = 1389
Number of received messages discarded = 0
Number of received messages dropped(no group) = 0
Number of received large IPS messages = 0
Number of large message send failures = 0
Number of large message send total = 0
Number of large message recv failures = 0
Number of large message not sent, unsupp by peer = 0
Slow start avoidance counter = 50/50
Send message size high watermark = 7820

The following example shows the SBC redundancy group transport information:

Router# show sbc MySBC rg transport
SBC HA RG connection parameters for domain 2/2
---------------------------------------------
Application Type 1
Handler 8
My IP address 3.3.3.6
My L4 Port 4027
L3 Protocol 1
L4 Protocol 6
Peer IP address 3.3.3.8
Peer L4 Port 4027
My MTU 16336
My L4 Offset 0
 

 

show sbc rsrcmon

To show congestion states and statistics during switchover, use the show sbc rsrcmon command in the Privileged EXEC mode .

show sbc sbc-name rsrcmon

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows the addresses that are configured on mySBC:

Router# show sbc test rsrcmon
Resource Monitoring : Enabled
Congestion Status : Normal
CPU Congestion Status : Normal
Mem Congestion Status : Normal
Calls Rejected Due to Congestion : 0
CPU Congestion Count : 0
Mem Congestion Count : 0
CPU Congestion Threshold : 91 %
CPU Congestion Clear Threshold : 80 %
Top Procs Frequency : 200 ms
CPU Probe Duration during Congestion : 1000 ms
CPU Probe Duration during Normal Operation : 3000 ms
Avg CPU Utilization in last 500 msec : 0%(cpu0) 7%(cpu1)
1500 msec : 0%(cpu0) 10%(cpu1)
SBC Memory Allocation Limit : No Limit
Current Allocation : 78466149 bytes
Peak Allocation : 78466149 bytes
Allocation Failure Count : 0
Buffer Pool Usage : 67413 bytes
CB Pool Usage : 37464456 bytes
Free Memory SBC Holding : 40934280 bytes
Memory Usage Ceiling : 180000000 bytes
Last Monitored Usage : 37533189 bytes (20 %)
 
 
Here is info on malloc:
Total memory for dynamic memory allocation (arena) -- 440040 bytes
Number of ordinary blk not in use (ordblks) --------- 4
Number of small blk not in use (smblks) ------------- 0
Number of blks allocated w/ mmap (hblks) ------------ 300
Sum of memory allocated with mmap (hblkhd) ---------- 78798848 bytes
Space in small blks in use (usmblks) ---------------- 0 bytes
Space in free small blks (fsmblks) ------------------ 0 bytes
Space in ordinary blocks in use (uordblks) ---------- 434736 bytes
Space in free ordinary blocks (fordblks) ----------- 5304 bytes
keepcost -------------------------------------------- 5168
 
Here is OS memory info
Total = 844869632 bytes
Used = 470876160 bytes (321875968 bytes after minus buffers/cached)
Free = 373993472 bytes (522993664 bytes after adding buffers/cached)
Shared = 0 bytes
Buffers = 1130496 bytes
Cached = 147869696 bytes
 
 
 
 

 

show sbc sbe aaa

To list the AAA status and configuration on each SBE, use the show sbc sbe aaa command in the Privileged EXEC mode .

show sbc sbc-name sbe aaa

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows the addresses that are configured on mySBC:

Router# show sbc sbe aaa
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
AAA control address: 10.1.0.1
Accounting server: 10.2.0.1
Authentication server: 172.19.5.1
Authentication server: 172.19.5.2
 

 

show sbc sbe addresses

To list the addresses configured on SBEs, use the show sbc sbe addresses command in the Privileged EXEC mode .

show sbc sbc-name sbe addresses

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

The command output was modified.

Examples

The following example shows the addresses that are configured on mySBC:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe addresses
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Control Addresses
AAA control address: 10.1.0.1
H.248 control address: 10.1.0.1
 
Signaling Addresses
H.323 adjacency h323ToIsp42: 10.1.0.2:1720, VRF vpn3
SIP adjacency SipToIsp42: 10.1.0.2:5060, VRF vpn3
 

The following example shows the addresses that are configured on asr1:

Router# show sbc asr1 sbe addresses
SBC Service "asr1"
Control Addresses
AAA control address: 33.33.36.1
No Media Gateway Controller Listen information found.
Signaling Addresses
No H323 adjacency information found.
SIP adjacency UEV6: 2001:A401::33:33:36:1:4060
SIP adjacency CCM134: 33.33.36.1:5060
SIP adjacency CCM135: 33.33.36.1:5060
SIP adjacency CCM136: 33.33.36.1:5060
SIP adjacency CSPS23: 33.33.36.1:0
SIP adjacency OpensipsV6: 2001:A401::33:33:36:1:7060
SIP adjacency CCM135-IPV6: 2001:A401::33:33:36:1:5060
SIP adjacency CCM135-vrfb: 10.190.7.97:5060, VRF h323-vrf-b
SIP adjacency CCM136-IPv6: 2001:A401::33:33:36:1:5060
SIP adjacency SIPP81-IPv6: 2001:A401::33:33:36:1:5060

 

show sbc sbe adjacencies

To display the details of the adjacencies configured on the signaling border element (SBE), use the show sbc sbe adjacencies command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe adjacencies {adjacency-name} [detail | authentication-realms | peers]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC.

adjacency-name

Name of the adjacency.

detail

Displays all the detailed field output pertaining to a specified Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) adjacency.

authentication-realms

Lists the configured authentication realms pertaining to a specified adjacency.

peers

Lists the peers configured for a specified adjacency.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4.1

This command’s output was modified to show whether an adjacency is configured to support the SIP method statistics.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5

This command’s output was modified to show the IP realm information, contact username information, IP-FQDN translation parameters, and 100rel interworking parameters.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

This command’s output was modified to show the IPv6 details, and indicate whether TLS Mutual Authentication is enabled.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

This command was modified. The peers keyword was added. The command output was modified to show IMS Rx information: Ims rx, Ims realm, Ims rx pcrf, and Ims pani. The show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command output was modified to show the peer status and the current peer index.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command was updated to include detailed information about the Multiple SBC Media Bypass feature.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.3S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command was updated to include detailed information about the H.225 messages, whether the contact username in a SIP REGISTER request is in a rewrite mode or passthrough mode, and the local jitter ratio.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.4S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command was updated to display the percentage of calls specified for use in the calculation of the Mean Opinion Score; Conversational Quality, Estimated (MOS-CQE) score and the value specified for the Advantage factor.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.5S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command was updated to display information about the phone proxies associated with the adjacencies.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.7S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command was updated to display information about value of the IMS Rf interface state for the adjacency.

 
Usage Guidelines

The statistics-setting command must be configured in an adjacency before using the show sbc sbe sip-method-stats command to display the SIP method statistics. Use the show sbc sbe adjacencies command to verify that the statistics-setting command is configured in an adjacency.

Examples

The following example shows how, in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5 and later, the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command lists the adjacency information, including the IP realm information, configured on an SBE:

Router# show sbc global sbe adjacencies Cisco-gw detail
SBC Service "global"
Adjacency Cisco-gw (SIP)
Status: Detached
Signaling address: 111.45.103.119:default
Signaling-peer: :5060 (Default)
Force next hop: No
Account:
Group: None
In header profile: Default
Out header profile: Default
In method profile: Default
Out method profile: Default
In body profile: None
Out body profile: None
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Target address: None
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 3000 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Register aggregate: Disabled
Registration Required: Disabled
Register Out Interval: 0 seconds
Parse username params: Disabled
Supported timer insert:Disabled
Suppress Expires: Disabled
p-asserted-id header-value: not defined
p-assert-id assert: Disabled
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None
Auth. nonce life time: 300 seconds
IMS visited NetID: None
Inherit profile: Default
Force next hop: No
Home network Id: None
UnEncrypt key data: None
SIPI passthrough: No
Passthrough headers:
Media passthrough: No
Client authentication: No
Incoming 100rel strip: No
Incoming 100rel supp: No
Out 100rel supp add: No
Out 100rel req add: No
Parse TGID parms: No
IP-FQDN inbound:
IP-FQDN outbound:
FQDN-IP inbound:
FQDN-IP outbound:
Outbound Flood Rate: None
Hunting Triggers: Global Triggers
Add transport=tls param: Disabled
Redirect mode: Pass-through
Security: Untrusted-Unencrypted
Ping: Disabled
Ping Interval: 32 seconds
Ping Life Time: 32 seconds
Ping Peer Fail Count: 3
Ping Trap sending: Enabled
Ping Peer Status: Not Tested
Rewrite Request-uri: Disabled
Registration Monitor: Disabled
DTMF SIP NOTIFY Relay: Enabled
DTMF SIP NOTIFY Interval: 2000
DTMF SIP default duration: 200
DTMF Preferred Method: SIP NOTIFY
Realm : cisco.com
Statistics setting: Disabled

 

The following example shows how, in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5 and later, the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command displays the Register contact username information:

Router# show sbc test sbe adjacencies SIPP1Reg detail
SBC Service "test"
Adjacency SIPP1Reg (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 10.10.100.140:default
Signaling-peer: 10.10.100.12:7068
Force next hop: No
Account:
Group: SIPP1Reg
.
.
.
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Register contact username: Rewrite
Target address: 10.10.100.12:7069
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 3000 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Register aggregate: Disabled
Registration Required: Disabled
Register Out Interval: 0 seconds
..

 

The following example shows how, in Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1.0S and later, the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command lists peer information, including the current peer index, configured on an SBE:

Router# show sbc mat sbe adjacencies SIPPA detail
SBC Service "mat"
Adjacency SIPPA (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 1.0.0.10:5068
IPsec server port: 0
Signaling-peer: 1.0.0.3:5068
Signaling-peer status: Down
Signaling-peer priority: 6
Signaling-peer switch: on-fail
Peer status: Down
Current peer index: 0
Force next hop: Yes
Force next hop select: Out-of-dialog
Account:
Group: None
In header profile: Default
Out header profile: Default
In method profile: Default
Out method profile: Default
Out error profile: Default
In body profile: None
Out body profile: None
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: On
Register contact username: Rewrite
Target address: 1.0.0.3:5068
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 3000 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Register aggregate: Disabled
Registration Required: Disabled
Register Out Interval: 0 seconds
Parse username params: Disabled
Supported timer insert:Disabled
Suppress Expires: Disabled
p-asserted-id header-value: not defined
p-assert-id assert: Disabled
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None

 

In Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S, the output of the show sbc sbe adjacency detail command was updated to include details about multiple SBC media bypass:

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe adjacencies ADJ1 detail
SBC Service MySBC
Adjacency ADJ1 (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 192.0.2.36.1:5060, VRF sidd_sipp1
IPsec server port: 0
Signaling-peer: 192.0.2.37.1:5060 (Default)
.
.
.
 
Media Bypass Tag List:
Tag 1: tag1
Tag 2: tag2
Media Bypass Max Out Data Length: 1024
Register unencrypted covert: Enabled
 

In Cisco IOS XE Release 3.3S, the output of the show sbc sbe adjacency detail command was updated to include details about the H.225 messages, whether the contact username in a SIP REGISTER request is in a rewrite mode or passthrough mode, and the local jitter ratio:

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe adjacencies ADJ1 detail
SBC Service "MySBC"
Adjacency h323adj (H.323)
Status: Detached
Signaling address: 0.0.0.0:1720 (default)
Signaling-peer: 0.0.0.0:1720 (default)
Admin Domain: None
Account:
Media passthrough: Yes
Group:
Hunting triggers: Global Triggers
Hunting mode: Global Mode
Techology Prefix:
H245 Tunnelling: Enabled
Fast-Slow Interworking: None
Trust-level: Untrusted
Call-security: Insecure
Realm: None
Warrant Match-Order: None
Local Jitter Ratio: 0/1000
H225 address block: Enabled
H225 address usage: h323id (default)
.
.
.
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Register contact username: Rewrite as userid and digits
Target address: None
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 3000 seconds
Local Jitter Ratio: 0/1000
.
.
.

The following example shows the adjacencies that are configured on the SBE:

Router# show sbc mysbc sbe adjacencies
 
SBC Service ''mysbc''
Name Type State Description
---------------------------------------------
h323-7206-CG H.323 Attached
h323-ixvoice H.323 Attached
sip-60 SIP Attached
7600-phone1 SIP Attached
7600-phone2 SIP Attached
sip-ixvoice SIP Attached
sip-7206-CG- SIP Attached
 
 

The following example shows the detailed output for the SoftSwitch adjacency, in which softswitch shielding is enabled. The Register Out Timer: field shows the time interval, in seconds, at which the SBC forwards the next REGISTER messages to the softswitch.

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe adjacencies SoftSwitch detail
SBC Service "mySbc"
Adjacency SoftSwitch (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 100.100.100.100:5060, VRF Admin
Signaling-peer: 10.10.51.10:5060
Force next hop: No
Account:
Group: None
In header profile: Default
Out header profile: Default
In method profile: Default
Out method profile: Default
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Target address: None
Register Out Timer: 36000 seconds
Register Aggregate: Disabled
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 30 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None
Auth. nonce life time: 300 seconds
IMS visited NetID: None
Inherit profile: Default
Force next hop: No
Home network Id: None
UnEncrypt key data: None
SIPI passthrough: No
Rewrite from domain: Yes
Rewrite to header: Yes
Media passthrough: No
Preferred transport: UDP
Hunting Triggers: Global Triggers
Redirect mode: Pass-through
Security: Untrusted
Outbound-flood-rate: None
Ping-enabled: No
Signaling Peer Status: Not Tested
 

The following example displays the detailed output for the Cary-IP-PBX adjacency, including the Register Aggregate: field, which shows that aggregate registration is enabled:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe adjacencies Cary-IP-PBX detail
SBC Service "mySBC"
Adjacency Cary-IP-PBX (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 100.100.100.100:5060, VRF Admin
Signaling-peer: 10.10.51.10:5060
Force next hop: No
Account:
Group: None
In header profile: Default
Out header profile: Default
In method profile: Default
Out method profile: Default
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Target address: None
Register Out Timer: 1800 seconds
Register Aggregate: Enabled
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 30 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None
Auth. nonce life time: 300 seconds
IMS visited NetID: None
Inherit profile: Default
Force next hop: No
Home network Id: None
UnEncrypt key data: None
SIPI passthrough: No
Rewrite from domain: Yes
Rewrite to header: Yes
Media passthrough: No
Preferred transport: UDP
Hunting Triggers: Global Triggers
Redirect mode: Pass-through
Security: Untrusted
Outbound-flood-rate: None
Ping-enabled: No
Signaling Peer Status: Not Tested
Rewrite Request-uri: Enabled
Registration Monitor: Disabled

The following example displays the detailed output for the Cary-IP-PBX adjacency, including the Registration Monitor: field, which shows that registration monitoring is enabled:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe adjacencies Cary-IP-PBX detail
SBC Service "mySbc"
Adjacency Cary-IP-PBX (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 100.100.100.100:5060, VRF Admin
Signaling-peer: 10.10.51.10:5060
Force next hop: No
Account:
Group: None
In header profile: Default
Out header profile: Default
In method profile: Default
Out method profile: Default
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Target address: None
Register Out Timer: 1800 seconds
Register Aggregate: Enabled
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 30 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None
Auth. nonce life time: 300 seconds
IMS visited NetID: None
Inherit profile: Default
Force next hop: No
Home network Id: None
UnEncrypt key data: None
SIPI passthrough: No
Rewrite from domain: Yes
Rewrite to header: Yes
Media passthrough: No
Preferred transport: UDP
Hunting Triggers: Global Triggers
Redirect mode: Pass-through
Security: Untrusted
Outbound-flood-rate: None
Ping-enabled: No
Signaling Peer Status: Not Tested
Rewrite Request-uri: Disabled
Registration Monitor: Enabled
 

The following example displays the detailed output for the CCM135-IPV6 adjacency. This example also contains a new field, TLS Mutual Authentication, to indicate whether TLS Mutual Authentication is enabled on the adjacency.

Router# show sbc asr1 sbe adjacencies CCM135-IPV6 detail
SBC Service "asr1"
Adjacency CCM135-IPV6 (SIP)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 2001:A401::33:33:36:1:5060
Signaling-peer: 2001::10:0:50:135:5060 (Default)
Force next hop: Yes
Account:
Group: v6
In header profile: ccmpf1
Out header profile: ccmpf1
In method profile: ccmmethod2
Out method profile: ccmmethod2
In body profile: None
Out body profile: None
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Register contact username: Rewrite
Target address: None
NAT Status: Force off
Reg-min-expiry: 3000 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Register aggregate: Disabled
Registration Required: Disabled
Register Out Interval: 0 seconds
Parse username params: Disabled
Supported timer insert:Disabled
Suppress Expires: Disabled
p-asserted-id header-value: not defined
p-assert-id assert: Disabled
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None
Auth. nonce life time: 300 seconds
IMS visited NetID: None
Inherit profile: Default
Force next hop: Yes
Home network Id: None
UnEncrypt key data: None
SIPI passthrough: No
Passthrough headers:
Media passthrough: No
Preferred transport: UDP
Incoming 100rel strip: No
Incoming 100rel supp: No
Out 100rel supp add: No
Out 100rel req add: No
Parse TGID parms: No
IP-FQDN inbound:
IP-FQDN outbound:
FQDN-IP inbound:
FQDN-IP outbound:
Outbound Flood Rate: None
Hunting Triggers: Global Triggers
Add transport=tls param: Disabled
Redirect mode: Pass-through
Security: Untrusted-Unencrypted
TLS mutual authentication: No
Ping: Disabled
Ping Interval: 32 seconds
Ping Life Time: 32 seconds
Ping Peer Fail Count: 3
Ping Trap sending: Enabled
Ping Peer Status: Not Tested
Rewrite Request-uri: Disabled
Registration Monitor: Disabled
DTMF SIP NOTIFY Relay: Enabled
DTMF SIP NOTIFY Interval: 2000
DTMF SIP default duration: 200
DTMF Preferred Method : SIP NOTIFY
Realm : None
Statistics setting: Summary
 

The following example shows the output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies peers command. The command lists all the peers configured on the SBEs for a specified adjacency:

Router# show sbc mat sbe adjacencies SIPPA peers
Configured peers
--------------------------------
Index Priority Status Address:Port Network
1 2 Down 5.5.5.5:5060 5.5.5.5/32
2 3 Down 22.22.22.22:2222 22.22.22.22/32
 
 
 

The following example shows the output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command for an adjacency with IMX Rx settings:

 
Router# show sbc mySBC sbe adjacencies A_1 detail
 
SBC Service "mySBC"
Adjacency A_1 (SIP)
Status: Detached
Signaling address: 0.0.0.0:default
IPsec server port: 0
Signaling-peer: :5060 (Default)
Signaling-peer status: Not Tested
Signaling-peer priority: 2147483647
Signaling-peer switch: always
Peer status: Not Tested
Force next hop: No
Force next hop select: Out-of-dialog
Account:
Group: None
In header profile: Default
Out header profile: Default
In method profile: Default
Out method profile: Default
Out error profile: Default
In body profile: None
Out body profile: None
In UA option prof: Default
Out UA option prof: Default
In proxy opt prof: Default
Out proxy opt prof: Default
Priority set name: None
Local-id: None
Rewrite REGISTER: Off
Register contact username: Rewrite
Target address: None
NAT Status: Auto Detect
Reg-min-expiry: 3000 seconds
Fast-register: Enabled
Fast-register-int: 30 seconds
Register aggregate: Disabled
Registration Required: Disabled
Register Out Interval: 0 seconds
Parse username params: Disabled
Supported timer insert:Disabled
Suppress Expires: Disabled
p-asserted-id header-value: not defined
p-assert-id assert: Disabled
Authenticated mode: None
Authenticated realm: None
Auth. nonce life time: 300 seconds
IMS visited NetID: None
Inherit profile: Default
Force next hop: No
Home network Id: None
UnEncrypt key data: None
SIPI passthrough: No
Passthrough headers:
Media passthrough: Yes
Incoming 100rel strip: No
Incoming 100rel supp: No
Out 100rel supp add: No
Out 100rel req add: No
Parse TGID parms: No
IP-FQDN inbound:
IP-FQDN outbound:
FQDN-IP inbound:
FQDN-IP outbound:
Outbound Flood Rate: None
Hunting Triggers: Global Triggers
Add transport=tls param: Disabled
Redirect mode: Pass-through
Security: Untrusted-Unencrypted
TLS mutual authentication: No
Ping: Disabled
Ping Interval: 32 seconds
Ping Life Time: 32 seconds
Ping Peer Fail Count: 3
Ping Trap sending: Enabled
Ping Peer Status: Not Tested
Rewrite Request-uri: Disabled
Registration Monitor: Disabled
DTMF SIP INFO Relay: Auto_detect
DTMF SIP NOTIFY Relay: Enabled
DTMF SIP NOTIFY Interval: 2000
DTMF SIP default duration: 200
DTMF Preferred Method: SIP NOTIFY
Realm: None
Statistics setting: Summary
IMS Rx: Enabled
IMS Rx pcrf host: None
IMS Nass: Disabled
IMS realm name: Realm_1
PANI:
Warrant Match-Order: None
 

The following example shows how, in Cisco IOS XE Release 3.4S and later, the output of the show sbc sbe adjacencies detail command includes the percentage of calls that has been set for use in the calculation of the MOS-CQE score. The output also includes the value that has been set for the Advantage factor.

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe adjacencies adj1 detail
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Adjacency adj1 (H.323)
Status: Attached
Signaling address: 1.0.0.3:1720 (default)
Signaling-peer: 40.40.40.4:1720 (default)
Admin Domain: None
Account:
Media passthrough: Yes
Group:
Hunting triggers: Global Triggers
Hunting mode: Global Mode
Technology Prefix:
H245 Tunnelling: Enabled
Fast-Slow Interworking: None
Trust-level: Untrusted
Call-security: Insecure
Realm: None
Warrant Match-Order: None
Local Jitter Ratio: 1000/1000
Calc Moscqe: 305/1000
G107A factor: 10
H225 address block: Disabled (default)
H225 address usage: h323id (default)

 

The following is a sample output of the show sbc asr sbe adjacency mySBC detail command in Cisco IOS XE Release 3.7S and later:

Router# show sbc asr sbe adjacency mySBC detail
 
Ims rf: Enabled
 

Table 14 describes the significant field shown in the display.

 

Table 14 show sbc asr sbe adj mySBC detail Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Ims rf

Value of the IMS Rf interface state for the adjacency. The valid values are Enabled or Disabled.

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

calc-moscqe

Specifies the percentage of calls that must be used to calculate the MOS-CQE score.

g107a-factor

Sets the Advantage (A) factor.

g107 bpl

Set the Packet-Loss Robustness (Bpl) factor.

g107 ie

Sets the Equipment Impairment (Ie) factor.

local-jitter-ratio

Specifies the percentage of calls that must be used to calculate the local jitter ratio.

show sbc sbe sip-method-stats

Displays either a summary of statistics or detailed statistics pertaining to a SIP method.

statistics-setting

Configures an adjacency to support the SIP method statistics.

tls mutual-authentication

Enables TLS Mutual Authentication on an adjacency.

show sbc sbe adjacencies authentication-realms

To display authentication realm on the specified adjacency, use the show sbc sbe adjacencies authentication-realms command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe adjacencies adjacency-name authentication-realms

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC service.

adjacency-name

The name of the SIP adjacency whose details are to be displayed.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display all currently configured authentication-realms for all SIP adjacencies:

Router# show sbc mysbc sbe adjacencies sipAdjacency authentication-realms
 
Configured authentication realms
--------------------------------
Domain Username Password
abcdef.com abc abc

 

show sbc sbe admin-domain

To list the administrative domains on the Session Border Controller (SBC) and per adjacency, use the show sbc sbe admin-domain command in the Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe admin-domain [ adjacency ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

The name of the SBC service.

adjacency

Displays a list of the administrative domains on an adjacency.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

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

Examples

The following example shows a list of the administrative domains on an SBC:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe admin-domain
SBC Service "mySBC"
Global cac-policy-set: 2
Default call-policy-set/priority: 1/6
 
cac call-policy-set/priority
Administrative Domain policy-set inbound-na routing outbound-na
------------------------------ ---------- ------------- ------------- -------------
DOMAIN1 2 2/1 2/1 2/1
 

The following example shows a list of the administrative domains on the adjacency:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe admin-domain adjacency
SBC Service "mySBC"
Adjacency Name Type State Admin-domain
------------------------------ ---- ---------- ------------------------------
SIPP1A SIP Attached DOMAIN1

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

admin-domain

Configures an administrative domain.

cac-policy-set global

Activates the global CAC policy set within an SBE entity.

cac-policy-set (admin-domain)

Configures the call admission control (CAC) policy set for an administrative domain.

call-policy-set (admin-domain)

Configures the inbound and outbound number analysis and routing policy set for an administrative domain.

call-policy set default

Configures a default policy set on the signaling border element (SBE) entity.

 

 

show sbc sbe all-authentication-realms

To display all currently configured authentication-realms for all SIP adjacencies, use the show sbc sbe all-authentication-realms command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbe all-authentication-realms

 
Syntax Description

.This command has no arguments or keywords

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display all currently configured authentication realms for all SIP adjacencies:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe all-authentication-realms
 
Configured authentication realms
--------------------------------
Adjacency: SipToIsp42
Domain Username Password
Example.com usersbc passwordsbc
 

 

show sbc sbe all-peers

To display peer information of all the adjacencies on an SBE, use the show sbc sbe all-peers command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe all-peers

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

The name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

Examples

The following example shows how the show sbc sbe all-peers command displays peer information of all the adjacencies on an SBE:

Router# show sbc mat sbe all-peers
Configured peers
--------------------------------
 
Adjacency: SIPPA
Index Priority Status Address:Port Network
1 2 Down 5.5.5.5:5060 5.5.5.5/32
2 3 Down 22.22.22.22:2222 22.22.22.22/32
 
Adjacency: SIPPB
No peers specified for this adjacency.
 
Adjacency: server
No peers specified for this adjacency.

 

show sbc sbe billing

To display the remote billing configuration, use the show sbc sbe billing command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe billing instance [instance-index] [rf {realms [realm-name current5mins] | cdfs cdf-name} ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC service.

instance

Displays the billing details for a specific sbe instance.

instance-index

Method for instance. Range: 0 to 7.

rf

Displays the Rf information.

realms

Displays all the Rf billing realms configurations, or a specific Rf billing realm configuration if the realm-name is configured.

realm-name

Name of the realm.

current5mins

Displays the stats for current 5-minute interval.

cdfs

Displays all the Rf billing Charging Data Function (CDF) configurations, or a specific Rf billing CDF configuration if the cdf-name is configured.

cdf-name

Name of the CDF.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4S

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.7S

This command was modified to display the billing information for an Rf billing instance.

Examples

The following shows how to display the billing information for a packetcable billing instance:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe billing instance
 
Billing Manager Information:
Local IP address: 172.18.53.179
LDR check time: 0:0
Method packetcable-em
Method packetcable-li
Admin Status: DOWN
Operation Status: DOWN
Cache path: usb0:billing_cache/
Cache max size: 0 Kilobytes
Cache minor-alarm: 97656 Kilobytes
Cache major-alarm: 488281 Kilobytes
Cache critical-alarm: 976562 Kilobytes
Retry-interval: 20 secs
CDR Media-Info: Not Included
CDR Endpoint-Info: Addressing
 
Billing Methods:
Radius client name: ssss
Instance: 0
Type: PACKET-CABLE
Transport Mechanism Status: DOWN
Active Calls Billed: 0
Local IP Address: 172.18.53.179
Deact-mode: abort
Admin Status: DOWN
Operation Status: DOWN
LDR check time: 0 :0
Batch size: 0
Batch time: 1000 ms
 

The following shows how to display the billing information for an Rf billing instance:

Router# show sbc asr sbe billing instance
 
Billing Manager Information:
Local IP address: 0.0.0.0
LDR check time: 0 :0
Method rf
Admin Status: UP
Operation Status: UP
 
Billing Methods:
Instance: 1
Type: 3GPP-RF
Transport Mechanism Status: UP
Active Calls Billed: 0
Local IP Address: 0.0.0.0
Deact-mode: abort
Admin Status: UP
Operation Status: UP
LDR check time: 24:0
Origin Host: yfasr.open-ims.test
Origin Realm: open-ims.test
 

Table 15 describes the significant fields shown in the display.

 

Table 15 show sbc asr sbe billing instance Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Local IP address

IP address of the local billing manager.

LDR check time

Check time for LDR.

Operation Status

Operation status of the billing manager: UP or DOWN.

Instance

Instance for billing configuration.

Type

Billing type.

Transport Mechanism Status

Transport mechanism status of the billing methods: UP or DOWN.

Active Calls Billed

Active calls for billing.

Local IP Address

IP address of the local billing host.

Deact-mode

Deactive mode of the billing method.

Admin Status

Administrator status of the billing methods: UP or DOWN.

Operation Status

Operation status of the billing methods: UP or DOWN.

LDR check time

Check time for Long Duration Check (LDR).

Origin Host

DNS address or IP address of the origin host.

Origin Realm

DNS address or IP address of the origin realm.

 

 

show sbc sbe blacklist

To list the limits in force for a particular source, whether from defaults or explicitly configured, in a form in which they can be entered into the command, use the show sbc sbe blacklist command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist [ source] {ipv4 IP address | ipv6 IP address}

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC.

source

Specifies the source for which you want to display blacklisting information. This source is one of the following values:

  • VPN ID (Only VPN ID is permitted in the present implementation.)

ipv4 IP address

Shows configured blacklisting for a single IPv4 address.

ipv6 IP address

Shows configured blacklisting for a single IPv6 address.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

The ipv6 keyword was added.

 
Usage Guidelines

Also listed are any defaults for a smaller scope configured at this address.

Values not explicitly configured and, therefore, inherited from other defaults, are bracketed.

Examples

The following example shows how to list blacklisting information for a specific VPN with a valid IPv4 address:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe blacklist vpn3 ipv4 172.19.12.12
 
SBC Service mySbc SBE dynamic blacklist vpn3 172.19.12.12
 
vpn3 172.19.12.12
=================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
------ ------- ------- ------------
Authentication (20) 10 ms (1 hour)
Bad address (20) 10 ms (1 hour)
Routing (20) 10 ms (1 hour)
Registration (5) 100 ms (10 hours)
Policy (20) 10 ms (1 day)
Corrupt 40 10 ms (1 hour)
Spam 2 10 secs 1 mins
 
 
Default for ports of vpn3 172.19.12.12
======================================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
------ ------- ------- ------------
Authentication 20 1 sec 1 hour
Bad address 20 1 sec 1 hour
Routing 20 1 sec 1 hour
Registration 5 30 sec 10 hours
Policy 20 1 sec 1 day
Corrupt 20 100 ms 1 hour
Spam 2 10 secs 1 mins
 
The following example shows the blacklist information for an IPv6 address:
 
Router# show sbc asr1 sbe blacklist ipv6 2001::10:0:0:1
SBC Service "asr1"
 
VRF: 2001::10:0:0:1
======================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
Authentication (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Bad-Address (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Routing (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Registration (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Policy (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Corruption 65535 1 mins (10 mins)
Spam (30) (100 ms) (10 mins)
 
--------------------------------------------------------------
 
Default for all ports of 2001::10:0:0:1
=========================================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

reason

Enters a mode for configuring a limit to a specific event type on the source (in other words, a port, IP address, VPN, global address space).

trigger-size

Defines the number of the specified events from the specified source that are allowed before the blacklisting is triggered, and blocks all packets from the source.

trigger-period

Defines the period over which events are considered. For details, see the description of the trigger-size command.

timeout

Defines the length of time that packets from the source are blocked, should the limit be exceeded.

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

Lists the explicitly configured limits, showing only the sources configured. Any values not explicitly defined for each source are in brackets.

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

Lists the limits causing sources to be blacklisted.

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

To list the explicitly configured limits, showing only the configured sources, use the show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits command in Privileged EXEC mode.

Values that are not explicitly configured and therefore inherited from other defaults, are within brackets.

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist configured-limits

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

The output of this command was updated to include the blacklist alerts.

Examples

The following command displays explicitly configured limits, displaying only the sources. Nonexplicitly configured values are displayed withing brackets:

Router(config-sbc-sbe)# show sbc mySbc sbe blacklist configured-limits
SBC Service "mySBC"
 
Blacklist Defaults
====================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting Minor Major Critical
Size Period Period Alert Alert Alert
Auth-failure (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
Bad-address (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
RTG-policy-rejection (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
Endpoint-registration (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
CAC-policy-rejection (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
Corrupt-message (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
Spam (30) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
NA-policy-rejection (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) not set not set not set
 
--------------------------------------------------------------
 
VRF: 172.18.53.56
====================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting Minor Major Critical
Size Period Period Alert Alert Alert
NA-policy-rejection (4) (100 ms) (10 mins) 2 not set not set
 
--------------------------------------------------------------
 
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

critical-alert-size

Configures the number of specified events that must occur before a critical alert is triggered.

major-alert-size

Configures the number of specified events that must occur before a major alert is triggered.

minor-alert-size

Configures the number of specified events that must occur before a minor alert is triggered.

reason

Enables the entry of a user into a mode for configuring a limit to a specific event type on the source (in other words, a port, IP address, VPN, and global address space).

trigger-size

Defines the number of specified events from the specified source that are allowed before blacklisting is triggered, and blocks all the packets from the source.

trigger-period

Defines the period over which events are considered. For details, see the description of the trigger-size command.

timeout

Defines the length of time for which packets from the source are blocked, should the limit be exceeded.

show sbc sbe blacklist

Lists the limits in force for a particular source (whether they are from defaults or are explicitly configured) in a form in which they can be entered in the CLI. Also listed are any defaults for a smaller scope configured at this address.

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

Lists the limits that cause sources to be blacklisted.

show sbc sbe blacklist critical

To show all configured critical blacklists for IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, use the show sbc sbe blacklist critical command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist [ critical ] { WORD } ipv4 addr [ tcp tcp-port | udp udp-port ]

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist critical { ipv4 addr | ipv6 addr } [ tcp tcp-port | udp udp-port ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC.

WORD

Specifies the VPN ID for which you want to display critical blacklisting information.

ipv4

Shows configured critical blacklisting for a single IPv4 address.

ipv6

Shows configured critical blacklisting for a single IPv6 address.

addr

IPv4 or IPv6 address.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4.2

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

The ipv6 keyword was added.

Examples

The following example shows critical blacklist information for VPN ID 600 for a specific IPv4 address:

Router# show sbc test sbe blacklist critical 600 ipv4 10.0.120.12
SBC Service "test"
600 10.0.120.12
=================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
--------------------------------------------------------------
Authentication (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Bad-Address (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Routing (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Registration (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Policy (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Corruption 2 1 secs (10 mins)
Spam 2 1 secs (10 mins)
Default for all ports of 600 10.0.120.12
==========================================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
--------------------------------------------------------------
Authentication (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Bad-Address (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Routing (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Registration (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Policy (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Corruption (4) (100 ms) (10 mins)
Spam (30) (100 ms) (10 mins)
 

The following example shows critical blacklist information for a specific IPv6 address:

Router# show sbc asr1 sbe blacklist critical ipv6 2001::10:0:0:1
SBC Service "asr1"
 
VRF: 2001::10:0:0:1
======================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
Authentication 65535 1 mins (10 mins)
 
--------------------------------------------------------------
 
Default for all ports of 2001::10:0:0:1
=========================================
Reason Trigger Trigger Blacklisting
Size Period Period
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

reason

Enters a mode for configuring a limit to a specific event type on the source (in other words, a port, IP address, VPN, global address space).

trigger-size

Defines the number of the specified events from the specified source that are allowed before the blacklisting is triggered, and blocks all packets from the source.

trigger-period

Defines the period over which events are considered. For details, see the description of the trigger-size command.

timeout

Defines the length of time that packets from the source are blocked, should the limit be exceeded.

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

Lists the explicitly configured limits, showing only the sources configured. Any values not explicitly defined for each source are in brackets.

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

Lists the limits causing sources to be blacklisted.

show sbc sbe blacklist critical configured-limits

To show all configured blacklisting limits for critical blacklists, use the show sbc sbe blacklist critical configured-limits command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist critical configured-limits

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC.

configured-limits

Shows all configured blacklisting limits for critical blacklists.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4.2

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

Examples

The following example shows the configured blacklisting limits for critical blacklists:

Router# show sbc test sbe blacklist critical configured-limits

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

reason

Enters a mode for configuring a limit to a specific event type on the source (in other words, a port, IP address, VPN, global address space).

trigger-size

Defines the number of the specified events from the specified source that are allowed before the blacklisting is triggered, and blocks all packets from the source.

trigger-period

Defines the period over which events are considered. For details, see the description of the trigger-size command.

timeout

Defines the length of time that packets from the source are blocked, should the limit be exceeded.

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

Lists the explicitly configured limits, showing only the sources configured. Any values not explicitly defined for each source are in brackets.

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

Lists the limits causing sources to be blacklisted.

show sbc sbe blacklist critical current-blacklisting

To show all currently blacklisted addresses for critical blacklists, use the show sbc sbe blacklist critical command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist critical current-blacklisting

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC.

current-blacklisting

Shows the currently blacklisted addresses for critical blacklists.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4.2

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

Examples

The following example shows the currently blacklisted addresses for critical blacklists:

Router# show sbc test sbe blacklist critical current-blacklisting
SBC Service "test" SBE dynamic blacklist current members
VRF: 600
=========
Source Source Blacklist Time
Address Port Reason Remaining
--------------------------------------------------------------
10.0.120.12 All Corruption 585 secs
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

reason

Enters a mode for configuring a limit to a specific event type on the source (in other words, a port, IP address, VPN, global address space).

trigger-size

Defines the number of the specified events from the specified source that are allowed before the blacklisting is triggered, and blocks all packets from the source.

trigger-period

Defines the period over which events are considered. For details, see the description of the trigger-size command.

timeout

Defines the length of time that packets from the source are blocked, should the limit be exceeded.

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

Lists the explicitly configured limits, showing only the sources configured. Any values not explicitly defined for each source are in brackets.

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

Lists the limits causing sources to be blacklisted.

show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

To list the limit causing sources to be blacklisted, use the show sbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting command in the Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe blacklist current-blacklisting

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Defines the name of the service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows the current blacklisting information for the SBC:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe blacklist current-blacklisting
 
SBC Service mySbc SBE dynamic blacklist current members
 
Global addresses
================
Source Source Blacklist Time
Address Port Reason Remaining
------- ------ --------- ---------
125.125.111.123 All Authentication 15 mins
125.125.111.253 UDP 85 Registration 10 secs
144.12.12.4 TCP 80 Corruption Never ends
192.169.0.9 All Spam 49 secs
 
VRF: vpn3
=========
Source Source Blacklist Time
Address Port Reason Remaining
------- ------ --------- ---------
132.15.1.2 TCP 285 Registration 112 secs
172.23.22.2 All Policy 10 hours
192.169.0.9 All Spam 49 secs

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

reason

Enters a mode for configuring a limit to a specific event type on the source (in other words, a port, IP address, VPN, global address space).

trigger-size

Defines the number of the specified events from the specified source that are allowed before the blacklisting is triggered, and blocks all packets from the source.

trigger-period

Defines the period over which events are considered. For details, see the description of the trigger-size command.

timeout

Defines the length of time that packets from the source are blocked, should the limit be exceeded.

show sbc sbe blacklist

Lists the limits in force for a particular source (whether they are from defaults or explicitly configured) in a form in which they can be entered into the CLI. Also listed are any defaults for a smaller scope configured at this address.

show sbc sbe blacklist configured-limits

Lists the explicitly configured limits, showing only the sources configured. Any values not explicitly defined for each source are in brackets.

show sbc sbe cac-policy-set

To list detailed information pertaining to a given entry in a call admission control (CAC) policy table, use the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc name sbe cac-policy-set [ id [ table name [ entry id]] | global [ table name [ entry id] ]] [ detail ]

 
Syntax Description

name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

id

CAC policy set ID, that is, the numeric identifier of the CAC policy set to which the table belongs. Valid range is 1 through 2147483647.

table name

table specifies the table in a CAC policy set.

name is the name of a table.

entry id

entry specifies the numeric identifier of the CAC entry you want to display. It displays the output in detail.

id is the CAC entry ID.

global

Displays the global CAC policy sets.

detail

Displays information pertaining to the CAC policy sets in detail format.

 
Command Default

Brief output format is the default.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5

This command was modified. Callee Bandwidth-Field and Caller Bandwidth-Field were added to the output.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5.1

This command was modified. The output of this command was modified to show the caller and callee media capabilities and extra terminal capability exchange message capabilities.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

This command was modified. The output of this command was modified to show IPv6 call type and the caller and callee secure media.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

This command was modified. The command output was modified to display:

  • IMS Rx information: Ims rx preliminary-aar
  • Ims media-service
  • Asymmetric payload types that are allowed or disallowed

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

This command was modified. The active keyword was replaced with the global keyword. The output of the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set table entry detail command was updated to include details about multiple SBC media bypass.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.3S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set command was updated to include information about the billing filter and the rejection counts of the failed CAC policies.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.5S

This command was modified. The output of the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set command was updated to include information about the branch command settings.

 
Usage Guidelines

There are two output formats, brief (default) and detail. The brief version displays important high-level information for each entry on a single line. The detail version displays the policy sets, tables, and entry values in detail.

This command allows filters according to the policy set IDs, the active policy sets, table names, and entry IDs. The default displays all the policy sets, tables, and entries.

If the entry option is specified, the information is displayed in the detail format.

Examples

The following example shows the output of the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set table entry command that was updated in Cisco IOS XE Release 3.3S to include information about the billing filter and the rejection counts of the failed CAC policies:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe cac-policy-set 1 table t1 entry 1
 
SBC Service "mySBC"
CAC Averaging period 1: 60 sec
CAC Averaging period 2: 0 sec
 
CAC Policy Set 1
Global policy set: Yes
Description:
First CAC table: t1
First CAC scope: global
 
Table name: t1
Description:
Table type: policy-set
Total call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Entry 1
CAC scope:
CAC scope prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
No. of registrations rejected (due to registration limits): 0
 
Max calls per scope: Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max Call Limit: 0
 
Max reg. per scope: Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max Reg limit: 0
 
Max channels per scope: Unlimited
Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
 
 
Averaging-period 1 Averaging-period 2
 
Max call rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max call rate: 0 0
 
Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max reg rate: 0 0
 
Max in-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max in-call rate: 0 0
 
Max out-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max Out call rate: 0 0
 
 
Timestamp when the rejection counts were last reset: 2011/03/07 04:38:24
 
……
media bandwidth policing: Degrade
Media policy limit: mp1
IPsec maximum registers: 10
IPsec maximum calls: 5
Billing filter : enable
Billing filter methods: xml

The following example shows the output of the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set table entry detail command that was updated in Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S to include details about multiple SBC media bypass:

Router# show sbc asr8 sbe cac-policy-set 1 table table1 entry 1 detail
SBC Service "asr8"
 
CAC Policy Set 1
Active policy set: No
Description:
Averaging period: 60 sec
First CAC table:
First CAC scope: global
 
Table name: table1
Description:
Table type: policy-set
Entry 1
Action: CAC Complete
Media Bypass Type: Full Partial
Caller Media Bypass: Enabled
Callee Media Bypass: Enabled
 

In Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6, the command output was modified to show the caller and callee media capabilities and extra TCS message capabilities, and the caller and callee sides configured with granular secure media:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe cac-policy-set 2 table table2 entry 1
SBC Service "mySBC"
 
CAC Policy Set 2
Active policy set: No
Description:
Averaging period: 60 sec
First CAC table: 1
First CAC scope: global
First CAC prefix length: 4294967256
 
Table name: table2
Description:
Table type: policy-set
Total call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Entry 1
CAC scope:
CAC scope prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
Max calls per scope: Unlimited Max call rate per scope: Unlimited
Max in-call rate: Unlimited Max out-call rate: Unlimited
Max reg. per scope: Unlimited Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited
Max channels per scope: Unlimited Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: None Caller Bandwidth-Field: None
Media bypass: Allowed
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
 
 
Caller media capabilities: <codec-list-name>
Callee media capabilities: <codec-list-name>
Extra TCS capabilities: <codec-list-name>
 
Caller unsignaled secure media: Allowed
Callee unsignaled secure media: Allowed
Caller tel-event payload type: Default
Callee tel-event payload type: Default
Media flag:
Ignore bandwidth-fields (b=), Telephone Event Interworking
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Maximum Call Duration: Unlimited

 

The following example displays in detail format the output for CAC policy set 10, table 10, and entry 1 with the IPv6 details included in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6:

Router# show sbc asr1 sbe cac-policy-set 10 table table10 entry 1 detail
 
SBC Service "asr1"
 
CAC Policy Set 10
Active policy set: Yes
Description:
Averaging period: 60 sec
First CAC table: table10
First CAC scope: global
 
Table name: table10
Description:
Table type: limit dst-adjacency
Total call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Entry 1
Match value: CCM135-IPV6
Match prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
Max calls per scope: Unlimited Max call rate per scope: Unlimited
Max in-call message rate: Unlimited Max out-call message rate: Unlimited
Max reg. per scope: Unlimited Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited
Max channels per scope: Unlimited Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: None Caller Bandwidth-Field: None
Media bypass: Allowed
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
SRTP Transport: Trusted-Only (by default)
Caller hold setting: Standard
Callee hold setting: Standard
Caller privacy setting: Never hide
Callee privacy setting: Never hide
Caller voice QoS profile: Default
Callee voice QoS profile: Default
Caller video QoS profile: Default
Callee video QoS profile: Default
Caller sig QoS profile: Default
Callee sig QoS profile: Default
Caller inbound SDP policy: None
Callee inbound SDP policy: None
Caller outbound SDP policy: None
Callee outbound SDP policy: None
SDP Media Profile : None
Caller media disabled: None
Callee media disabled: None
Caller unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Callee unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Caller tel-event payload type: Default
Callee tel-event payload type: Default
Media flag: None
 
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Caller media caps list: None
Callee media caps list: None
TCS extra codec list: None
Caller media-type: Inherit (default)
Callee media-type: Ipv6
Maximum Call Duration: Unlimited

 

The following example displays in detail format the output for CAC policy set 1, table 1, and entry 1, including the Callee Bandwidth-Field and Caller Bandwidth-Field introduced in Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5:

Router# show sbc SBC1 sbe cac-policy-set 1 table 1 entry 1
SBC Service "SBC1"
 
CAC Policy Set 1
Active policy set: No
Description: This is a description for cac-policy-set 1
Averaging period: 60 sec
First CAC table: 1
First CAC scope: call
 
Table name: 1
Description:
Table type: policy-set Total call failures: 0
 
Entry 1
CAC scope: call
Action: CAC complete Number of calls rejected: 0
Max calls per scope: Unlimited Max call rate per scope: Unlimited
Max in-call rate: Unlimited Max out-call rate: Unlimited
Max reg. per scope: Unlimited Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited
Max channels per scope: Unlimited Max updates per scope: 1
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: TIAS-to-AS Caller Bandwidth-Field: AS-to-TIAS
Media bypass: Allowed
Media flag: Not Set
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
SRTP Transport: Trusted-Only (by default)
Caller hold setting: Standard
Callee hold setting: Standard
Caller privacy setting: Never hide
Callee privacy setting: Never hide
Caller voice QoS profile: Default
Caller video QoS profile: Default
Caller sig QoS profile: Default
Callee voice QoS profile: Default
Callee video QoS profile: Default
Callee sig QoS profile: Default
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Caller inbound SDP policy: None
Caller outbound SDP policy: None
Callee inbound SDP policy: None
Callee outbound SDP policy: None

 

The following example displays in brief format the information pertaining to global CAC policy set 6:

Router# show sbc SBC1 sbe cac-policy-set global
SBC Service "SBC1"
 
CAC Policy Set 6
Global policy set: Yes
First CAC table: white-list1
First CAC scope: category
 
Table name: white-list1
Table type: limit category Total call failures: 0
Entry Match value Action Failures
----- ----------- ------ --------
2 non-emergency white-list2 0
 
Table name: white-list2
Table type: policy-set Total call failures: 0
Entry Scope Action Failures
----- ----- ------ --------
1 call Complete 0
 
 

The following example displays the detailed output for global CAC policy set 2:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe cac-policy-set global detail
SBC Service "mySBC"
CAC Averaging period 1: 100 sec
CAC Averaging period 2: 1500 sec
 
CAC Policy Set 2
Global policy set: Yes
Description:
First CAC table: 1
First CAC scope: src-adjacency
 
Table name: 1
Description:
Table type: limit adjacency
Total call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Entry 1
Match value: SIPP1A
Match prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Max calls per scope: 1 Max reg. per scope: Unlimited
Max channels per scope: Unlimited Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
Averaging-period 1 Averaging-period 2
Max call rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
Max in-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
Max out-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
 
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: None Caller Bandwidth-Field: None
Media bypass: Allowed Asymmetric Payload Type: Not Set
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
SRTP Transport: Trusted-Only (by default)
Caller hold setting: Standard
Callee hold setting: Standard
Caller limited-privacy-service: Never hide identity
Callee limited-privacy-service: Never hide identity
Caller privacy-service: Not set
Callee privacy-service: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Caller voice QoS profile: Default
Callee voice QoS profile: Default
Caller video QoS profile: Default
Callee video QoS profile: Default
Caller sig QoS profile: Default
Callee sig QoS profile: Default
Caller inbound SDP policy: None
Callee inbound SDP policy: None
Caller outbound SDP policy: None
Callee outbound SDP policy: None
SDP Media Profile : None
Caller media disabled: None
Callee media disabled: None
Caller unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Callee unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Caller response downgrade support: No
Callee response downgrade support: No
Caller retry rtp support: No
Callee retry rtp support: No
Resend sdp answer in 200ok: No
Caller tel-event payload type: Default
Callee tel-event payload type: Default
Media flag: None
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Codec preference list: Default
Caller Codec profile: None
Callee Codec profile: None
Caller media caps list: None
Callee media caps list: None
TCS extra codec list: None
Caller media-type: Inherit (default)
Callee media-type: Inherit (default)
Caller Media Bypass: Inherit (default)
Callee Media Bypass: Inherit (default)
Media Bypass Type: Not set
Callee local transfer support: Inherit (default)
Maximum Call Duration: Unlimited
Caller SRTP support: Inherit (default)
Callee SRTP support: Inherit (default)
SRTP Interworking: Inherit (default)
SRTP media Interworking: Inherit (default)
Ims rx preliminary-aar: Disabled(default)
Ims media-service: None(default)
media bandwidth policing: Inherit(default)
Caller ptime: None (default)
Callee ptime: None (default)
Caller codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Callee codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Caller inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Callee inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Caller Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Callee Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Session refresh renegotiation: Inherit(default)
 
Entry 2
Match value: SIPP1B
Match prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Max calls per scope: 4 Max reg. per scope: Unlimited
Max channels per scope: Unlimited Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
Averaging-period 1 Averaging-period 2
Max call rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
Max in-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
Max out-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
 
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: None Caller Bandwidth-Field: None
Media bypass: Allowed Asymmetric Payload Type: Not Set
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
SRTP Transport: Trusted-Only (by default)
Caller hold setting: Standard
Callee hold setting: Standard
Caller limited-privacy-service: Never hide identity
Callee limited-privacy-service: Never hide identity
Caller privacy-service: Not set
Callee privacy-service: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Caller voice QoS profile: Default
Callee voice QoS profile: Default
Caller video QoS profile: Default
Callee video QoS profile: Default
Caller sig QoS profile: Default
Callee sig QoS profile: Default
Caller inbound SDP policy: None
Callee inbound SDP policy: None
Caller outbound SDP policy: None
Callee outbound SDP policy: None
SDP Media Profile : None
Caller media disabled: None
Callee media disabled: None
Caller unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Callee unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Caller response downgrade support: No
Callee response downgrade support: No
Caller retry rtp support: No
Callee retry rtp support: No
Resend sdp answer in 200ok: No
Caller tel-event payload type: Default
Callee tel-event payload type: Default
Media flag: None
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Codec preference list: Default
Caller Codec profile: None
Callee Codec profile: None
Caller media caps list: None
Callee media caps list: None
TCS extra codec list: None
Caller media-type: Inherit (default)
Callee media-type: Inherit (default)
Caller Media Bypass: Inherit (default)
Callee Media Bypass: Inherit (default)
Media Bypass Type: Not set
Callee local transfer support: Inherit (default)
Maximum Call Duration: Unlimited
Caller SRTP support: Inherit (default)
Callee SRTP support: Inherit (default)
SRTP Interworking: Inherit (default)
SRTP media Interworking: Inherit (default)
Ims rx preliminary-aar: Disabled(default)
Ims media-service: None(default)
media bandwidth policing: Inherit(default)
Caller ptime: None (default)
Callee ptime: None (default)
Caller codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Callee codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Caller inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Callee inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Caller Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Callee Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Session refresh renegotiation: Inherit(default)
 

The following command output shows that the SBC is configured to allow Asymmetric Payload Types:

Router(config)# show sbc RAND sbe cac-policy-set 1 TAB1
 
SBC Service "RAND"
 
CAC Policy Set 1
Active policy set: Yes
Description:
Averaging period: 60 sec
First CAC table: TAB1
First CAC scope: global
 
Table name: TAB1
Description:
Table type: policy-set
Total call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Entry 1
CAC scope:
CAC scope prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
Max calls per scope: Unlimited Max call rate per scope: Unlimited
Max in-call message rate: Unlimited Max out-call message rate: Unlimited
Max reg. per scope: Unlimited Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited
Max channels per scope: Unlimited Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: AS-to-TIAS Caller Bandwidth-Field: None
Asymmetric Payload Types: Allowed Media bypass: Allowed
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
SRTP Transport: Trusted-Only (by default)
Caller hold setting: Standard
Callee hold setting: Standard
Caller privacy setting: Never hide
Callee privacy setting: Never hide
Caller voice QoS profile: Default
Callee voice QoS profile: Default
Caller video QoS profile: Default
Callee video QoS profile: Default
Caller sig QoS profile: Default
Callee sig QoS profile: Default
Caller inbound SDP policy: None
Callee inbound SDP policy: None
Caller outbound SDP policy: None
Callee outbound SDP policy: None
SDP Media Profile : None
Caller media disabled: None
Callee media disabled: None
Caller unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Callee unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Caller tel-event payload type: Default
Callee tel-event payload type: Default
Media flag: None
 
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Caller media-type: Inherit (default)
Callee media-type: Inherit (default)
Maximum Call Duration: Unlimited

The following example shows the output of the show sbc sbe cac-policy-set detail command that was updated in Cisco IOS XE Release 3.5S to include information about the branch command settings:

Router# show sbc SBC2 sbe cac-policy-set 1 detail
 
SBC Service "SBC2"
CAC Averaging period 1: 60 sec
CAC Averaging period 2: 0 sec
 
CAC Policy Set 1
Global policy set: Yes
Description:
First CAC table: 1
First CAC scope: global
 
Table name: 1
Description:
Table type: policy-set
Total call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
 
Entry 1
CAC scope:
CAC scope prefix length: 0
Action: CAC complete
Number of call setup failures (due to non-media limits): 0
No. of registrations rejected (due to registration limits): 0
 
Max calls per scope: Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max Call Limit: 0
 
Max reg. per scope: Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max Reg limit: 0
 
Max channels per scope: Unlimited
Max updates per scope: Unlimited
Max bandwidth per scope: Unlimited
 
 
Averaging-period 1 Averaging-period 2
 
Max call rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max call rate: 0 0
 
Max reg. rate per scope: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max reg rate: 0 0
 
Max in-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max in-call rate: 0 0
 
Max out-call message rate: Unlimited Unlimited
No. of events rejected due to Max Out call rate: 0 0
 
 
Timestamp when the rejection counts were last reset: 2011/10/11 04:40:42
 
Early media: Allowed Early media direction: Both
Early media timeout: None Transcoder per scope: Allowed
Callee Bandwidth-Field: None Caller Bandwidth-Field: None
Branch Bandwidth-Field: None
Media bypass: Allowed Asymmetric Payload Type: Not Set
Renegotiate Strategy: Delta
SRTP Transport: Trusted-Only (by default)
Caller hold setting: Standard
Callee hold setting: Standard
Branch hold setting: Standard
Caller limited-privacy-service: Never hide identity
Callee limited-privacy-service: Never hide identity
Caller privacy-service: Not set
Callee privacy-service: Not set
Branch privacy-service: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request: Not set
Branch edit-privacy-request: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Branch edit-privacy-request sip strip: Not set
Caller edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Callee edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Branch edit-privacy-request sip insert: Not set
Caller voice QoS profile: Default
Callee voice QoS profile: Default
Branch voice QoS profile: Default
Caller video QoS profile: Default
Callee video QoS profile: Default
Branch video QoS profile: Default
Caller sig QoS profile: Default
Callee sig QoS profile: Default
Branch sig QoS profile: Default
Caller inbound SDP policy: None
Callee inbound SDP policy: None
Branch inbound SDP policy: None
Caller outbound SDP policy: None
Callee outbound SDP policy: None
Branch outbound SDP policy: None
SDP Media Profile : None
Caller Generic Stream: Default
Callee Generic Stream: Default
Branch Generic Stream: Default
Caller media disabled: None
Callee media disabled: None
Branch media disabled: None
Caller unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Callee unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Branch unsignaled secure media: Not Allowed
Caller response downgrade support: No
Callee response downgrade support: No
Branch response downgrade support: No
Caller retry rtp support: No
Callee retry rtp support: No
Branch retry rtp support: No
Resend sdp answer in 200ok: No
Caller tel-event payload type: Default
Callee tel-event payload type: Default
Branch tel-event payload type: Default
Media flag: None
Restrict codecs to list: Default
Restrict caller codecs to list: Default
Restrict callee codecs to list: Default
Restrict branch codecs to list: Default
Codec preference list: Default
Caller Codec profile: None
Callee Codec profile: None
Branch Codec profile: None
Caller media caps list: None
Callee media caps list: None
Branch media caps list: None
TCS extra codec list: None
Caller media-type: Inherit (default)
Callee media-type: Inherit (default)
Branch media-type: Inherit (default)
Caller Media Bypass: Inherit (default)
Callee Media Bypass: Disabled
Branch Media Bypass: Inherit (default)
Media Bypass Type: All (Hairpin, Partial, Full)
Callee local transfer support: Inherit (default)
Maximum Call Duration: Unlimited
Caller SRTP support: Inherit (default)
Callee SRTP support: Inherit (default)
Branch SRTP support: Inherit (default)
SRTP Interworking: Inherit (default)
SRTP media Interworking: Inherit (default)
Ims rx preliminary-aar: Disabled(default)
Ims media-service: None(default)
media bandwidth policing: Inherit(default)
Billing filter: Inherit(default)
Caller ptime: None (default)
Callee ptime: None (default)
Branch ptime: None (default)
Caller codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Callee codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Branch codec variant conversion: Disabled (default)
Caller inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Callee inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Branch inband DTMF mode: Inherit(default)
Media policy limit table name: None
IPsec maximum registers: Unlimited (default)
IPsec maximum calls: Unlimited (default)
Caller Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Callee Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Branch Port Range Tag: Inherit (default)
Session refresh renegotiation: Inherit(default)

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

cac-policy-set

Creates a new CAC policy set, copies an existing complete policy set, swaps the references of a complete policy set to another policy set, or sets the averaging period for rate calculations in a CAC policy set.

cac-policy-set global

Activates the global CAC policy set within an SBE entity.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set

To show the properties associated with a given policy set, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-set command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-set { Routing-policy-set-ID { detail | number-analysis-tables { detail } | routing-tables { detail } | table table-name { detail | entry entry-id detail }} | default { detail | number-analysis-tables { detail } | routing-tables { detail } | table table-name { detail | entry entry-id detail }} | detail }

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

The name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

Routing-policy-set-ID

ID of the routing-policy-set.

detail

Shows the detailed information for call policy set.

number-analysis-tables

Shows all number analysis tables.

routing-tables

Shows all routing policy tables.

table

Filters based on the call table.

table-name

Name of the call table to be displayed.

entry

Filters based on the call-table-entry ID.

entry-id

Entry ID of the call table.

default

Shows the default call policy set.

detail

Shows details of all the call-policy-sets.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

This command was modified. The output was updated with information about the first outbound number analysis table and the first inbound number analysis table. This command provides two forms of outputs: the brief (default) and the detailed. The brief version displays important high-level information for each entry on a single line. The detail version displays the entire policy-set, table, and entry values in detail.

Examples

The following example shows a sample output of the show sbc sbe call-policy-set command:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe call-policy-set
SBC Service "mySBC"
 
Policy set 1
Default policy set : No
First inbound NA table :
First call routing table : TAB1
First reg routing table : TAB2
First outbound NA table :
 
Table Name : TAB1
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A SIPP1B Routing complete
2 SIPP1B SIPP1A Routing complete
 
Table Name : TAB2
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A Registrar Routing complete
2 SIPP1B Registrar Routing complete
 
Policy set 2
Default policy set : Yes (priority 1)
First inbound NA table :
First call routing table : TAB1
First reg routing table : TAB2
First outbound NA table :
 
Table Name : TAB1
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A SIPP1B Routing complete
2 SIPP1B SIPP1A Routing complete
 
Table Name : TAB2
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A Registrar Routing complete
2 SIPP1B Registrar Routing complete
 
Policy set 21
Default policy set : No
First inbound NA table :
First call routing table : TAB1
First reg routing table : TAB2
First outbound NA table :
 
Table Name : TAB1
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A SIPP1B Routing complete
2 SIPP1B SIPP1A Routing complete
 
Table Name : TAB2
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A Registrar Routing complete
2 SIPP1B Registrar Routing complete
 
Policy set 25
Default policy set : No
First inbound NA table : ADMINTable
First call routing table :
First reg routing table :
First outbound NA table : OutTable
 
Policy set 27
Default policy set : No
First inbound NA table :
First call routing table :
First reg routing table :
First outbound NA table :
 
Policy set 35
Default policy set : No
First inbound NA table :
First call routing table :
First reg routing table :
First outbound NA table :
 
* Numbers in brackets refer to a call being rejected by a routing or number
analysis table because there were no matching entries in the table. This is
also included in the total figure.
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

call-policy-set

Creates a new policy set on the Session Border Controller (SBC).

call-policy set default

Configures a default policy set on the signaling border element (SBE) entity.

first-inbound-na-table

Configures the name of the first inbound policy table to be processed when performing the number analysis stage of a policy.

first-outbound-na-table

Configures the name of the first outbound policy table to be processed when performing the number analysis stage of a policy.

rtg-dst-address-table

Configures the name of the first policy table to be processed when performing the number analysis stage of a policy.

show sbc sbe call-policy-sets

To list all of the routing policy sets on the SBE, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-sets command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-sets

 
Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to list the routing policy sets on the SBE with a configuration that has one call-policy-set:

Router# show sbc test sbe call-policy-sets
 
SBC Service ''test''
Policy Set Description
---------------------------------------------------------
1
Active policy set = 1
 

The following example shows how to list all of the routing policy sets on the SBE with multiple call-policy-sets with descriptions:

Router# show sbc a sbe call-policy-sets
 
SBC Service "a"
Policy Set Description
---------------------------------------------------------
1 Call policy set for navtel
2 Call policy set for number analysis
3 Call policy set for h323
Active policy set = 1
Router#
 

 

show sbc sbe call-policy-set default

To display the summary of the default policy set, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-set default command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-set default

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

The name of the SBC service.

adjacency

Displays the list of administrative domains on the adjacency.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

This command was modified. The active keyword was replaced with the default keyword.

Examples

The following example shows how to display a summary of the default call policy set:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe call-policy-set default
SBC Service "mySBC"
 
Policy set 1
Default policy set : Yes (priority 6)
First inbound NA table :
First call routing table : TAB1
First reg routing table : TAB2
First outbound NA table :
 
Table Name : TAB1
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A SIPP1B Routing complete
2 SIPP1B SIPP1A Routing complete
 
Table Name : TAB2
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 SIPP1A Registrar Routing complete
2 SIPP1B Registrar Routing complete
 
* Numbers in brackets refer to a call being rejected by a routing or number analysis table because there were no matching entries in the table. This is also included in the total figure.
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

call-policy-set

Creates a new policy set on the Session Border Controller (SBC).

call-policy set default

Configures a default policy set on the signaling border element (SBE) entity.

first-inbound-na-table

Configures the name of the first inbound policy table to be processed when performing the number analysis stage of a policy.

first-outbound-na-table

Configures the name of the first outbound policy table to be processed when performing the number analysis stage of a policy.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set

Lists the details of the policy sets configured on the SBC.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set (enum)

To display configuration and status information about call policy sets, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-set command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-set [ active ] [ detail ] [ rps-id ]

 
Syntax Description

active

(Optional) Displays configuration information for active call policy sets.

detail

(Optional) Displays detailed configuration and status information for call policy sets.

rps-id

(Optional) Displays information for the specified routing policy set ID number. The range is 1 to 2147483647.

 
Command Default

If no parameters are given, information for all policies is displayed.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode. The Examples section shows the hierarchy of modes required to run the command.

Examples

The following example shows how to display information about call policy sets:

Example 1: Active

Router# show sbc test sbe call-policy-set default
 
SBC Service "test"
 
Policy set 1
Active policy set : Yes
First Number Analysis table :
First call routing table : rt1
First reg routing table :
 
Table Name : rt1
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0 *)
Entry Match Value Destination Adjacency Action
----- ----------- --------------------- ------
1 sip1 Next da1
2 sip2 Routing complete

Example 2: Active with Detail

A number in parentheses indicates the number of calls being rejected by a routing table or by a number analysis table because no matching entries were found in the table. These rejected calls are included in the total number as well.

Router# show sbc test sbe call-policy-set default detail
 
SBC Service "test"
 
Policy set 1
Description :
Active policy set : Yes
First Number Analysis table :
First call routing table : rt1
First reg routing table :
 
Table Name : rt1
Description :
Class : Routing
Table type : rtg-src-adj
Total Call-policy Failures : 0 (0)
Entry : 1
Match adjacency sip1
Action Next-table da1
ENUM ID 1
ENUM entry default-enum
Failures 0
Entry : 2
Match adjacency sip2
Action Routing complete
ENUM ID 1
ENUM entry cisco-enum
Failures 0
 
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

activate

Activates ENUM client.

dial-plan-suffix

Configures the dial plan suffix used for the ENUM query.

div-address

Enters the diverted-by address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a diverted-by address (inbound only).

dst-address

Enters the destination address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a called party address (inbound only).

entry (enum)

Configures the ENUM client entry name and enter the ENUM entry configuration mode.

enum

Configures the ENUM client ID number and enter the ENUM configuration mode.

header-prio header-name

Configures the priority of a header that is used to derive a source, destination, or diverted-by address.

max-recursive-depth

Configures the maximum number of recursive ENUM look-ups for non-terminal Resource Records (RR).

max-responses

Configures the maximum number of ENUM records returned to the routing module.

req-timeout

Configures the ENUM request timeout period.

src-address

Enters the source address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a calling party address (inbound only).

server ipv4

Configures the IPv4 address of a DNS server for ENUM client and optionally associate the DNS server to a VRF.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set

Displays configuration and status information about call policy sets.

show sbc sbe enum

Displays the configuration information about an ENUM client.

show sbc sbe enum entry

Displays the contents of an ENUM client entry.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set tables

To list a summary of the call policy tables associated with the given policy set, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-set tables command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-set policy-set tables

 
Syntax Description

sbc name

This is the name of the SBC service.

policy-set

The numeric identifier of the call policy set whose tables are to be displayed.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display a summary of the routing policy tables associated with the given policy set:

Router# show sbc a sbe call-policy-set 2 tables
 
SBC Service "a"
Policy set 2 tables
Table name Match type Description Total Failures
----------------------------------------------------------
start-table rtg-src-adj 0 (0 *)
na-table na-dst-num 0 (0 *)
* Numbers in brackets refer to a call being rejected by a
routing or number analysis table because there were no
matching entries in the table. This is also included in
the total figure.
 
 

 

show sbc sbe call-policy-set table entries

To display a summary of the entries associated with a given table, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-set table entries command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-set id table name entries

 
Syntax Description

id

Specifies the numeric identifier of the routing policy set to which the table belongs.

sbc name

This is the name of the SBC service.

name

Specifies the table whose entries are to be displayed.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display a summary of the entries associated with the given table:

Router# show sbc a sbe call-policy-set 1 table start-table entries
 
SBC Service ''a''
Policy set 1 table start-table entries
Table class Entry Match Value
--------------------------------------
Routing entry 1 navtel2
Routing entry 2 navtel1
Router#

 

show sbc sbe call-policy-set table entry

To display detailed information for a given entry in a CAC policy table, use the show sbc sbe call-policy-set table entry command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-policy-set id table name entry

 
Syntax Description

id

Specifies the numeric identifier of the routing policy set to which the table belongs.

name

Specifies the table whose entries are to be displayed.

sbc name

This is the name of the SBC service.

entry

Specifies the entry index of the table.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display a summary of the entries associated with the given table:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe call-policy-set 1 table rtgTable entry 1
SBC Service ''mySbc''
Policy set 1 table rtgTable entry 1
Routing table entry
Match adjacency sipOrig
Action Routing complete
Dest Adjacency h323Term
Failures 0

 

show sbc sbe call-rate-stats

To list all of the current rate of attempted call setups per second over a short period of time (default to 3 seconds,. use the show sbc sbe call-rate-stats command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-rate-stats

 
Syntax Description

 

sbc name

This is the name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

Default value is 3 seconds.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to list all of the current rate of attempted call setups per second:

Router# show sbc sbc-1 sbe call-rate-stats
Calls Per Second:
-----------------
Current CPS 10
Maximum CPS 80
Minimum CPS 1
Average CPS 0

 

show sbc sbe call-stats

To display the statistics pertaining to all the calls on the SBE, use the show sbc sbe call-stats command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-stats {all | global | per-adjacency adjacency-name | src-account name | dst-account name | src-adjacency name | dst-adjacency name } period

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-stats { reject-threshold}

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-stats failures {detail | summary} period

show sbc sbc-name sbe call-stats {global | adjacency adjacency-name } emergence

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC service.

name

Name of the account for which you want the statistics to be displayed. The maximum length of this value is 30 characters.

period

Interval at which the statistics are displayed. The possible values are:

  • current5mins—Shows the statistics pertaining to the current 5-minute interval.
  • previous5mins—Shows the statistics pertaining to the previous 5-minute interval.
  • current15mins—Shows the statistics pertaining to the current 5-minute interval and the previous two 5-minute intervals.
  • previous15mins—Shows the statistics pertaining to the previous 5-minute interval and the previous two 5-minute intervals.
  • currenthour—Shows the statistics pertaining to the current 5-minute interval and the previous eleven 5-minute intervals.
  • previoushour—Shows the statistics pertaining to the previous 5-minute interval and the previous eleven 5-minute intervals.
  • currentday—Shows the statistics pertaining to the current 5-minute interval and the previous two hundred eighty seven 5-minute intervals.
  • previousday—Shows the statistics pertaining to the previous 5-minute interval and the previous two hundred eighty seven 5-minute intervals.
  • currentindefinite —Shows the statistics pertaining to the period since the last explicit reset.

global

Displays the emergency call statistics globally for the entire SBC.

adjacency

Displays the emergency calls statistics for calls received and sent for the specified adjacency name.

adjacency-name

Name of the adjacency for which emergency calls belonging to that adjacency should be displayed.

emergence

Displays the emergency call statistics for the entire SBC or for a specific adjacency name.

failures

Displays the incremental failure counters of failed calls.

detail

Displays the detailed output of all the statistics containing incremental failure counters for the specified period.

summary

Displays the summary of all the statistics containing incremental failure counters for the specified period.

per-adjacency

Displays the QOS-related statistics for a single adjacency.

dst-adjacency

Displays the statistics for the destination adjacency.

src-adjacency

Displays the statistics for the source adjacency.

reject-threshold

Displays the rejection threshold statistics.

src-account

Displays the statistics for the source account.

dst-account

Displays the statistics for the destination account.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

This command was introduced on the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers, and failure statistics were added to the output.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.5

This command was modified. New parameters were added to the command to list the statistics for all the policy failures.

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

The output of this command was modified to include the number of active IPv6 calls.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

The output of this command was modified to show Internet Mail Service (IMS) Rx statistics and Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) statistics.

The reject-threshold and failures keywords were added.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

The command was modified. The adjacency keyword and the adjacency-name parameter were added to the show sbc sbe call-stats command. The emergence keyword was added to display the emergency call statistics globally or for a specified adjacency name.

The output of the command was updated to list the count of the active transcoded and transrated calls.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.3S

This command was modified. The per-adjacency keyword and the currentindefinite parameter were added to the command.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.4S

The output of this command was modified to include the values of the QoS statistics and the current alert levels of the statistics.

 
Usage Guidelines

The statistics are collected at 5-minute intervals past the hour (that is, 0, 5, 10, 15, and so on). The system keeps a bucket that collects each of the over 5-minutes counts. Each bucket is started at 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 55-minutes past the hour according to the system clock. The show sbc sbe call-stats command then combines a number of these buckets and displays the sum of these buckets.

For example, if the current time is 12:34, currenthour will apply to the statistics collected since 11:35, and current15mins will apply to the statistics collected since 12:20. In this example, previoushour is 10:35 to 11:35, and previous15mins is 12:05 to 12:20.


NoteCall statistics for rejection of calls based on the memory threshold is not tracked based on time intervals. Call statistics for rejection of calls based on the memory threshold is not tracked based on time intervals.


Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

To display the emergency call statistics for calls belonging to a particular category and assigned a priority number globally, execute the show sbc sbc-name sbe call-stats global emergence command from the privileged EXEC mode. The command output displays the global call statistics for the entire SBC.

To display the emergency call statistics for calls belonging to a particular adjacency, run the show sbc sbc-name sbe call-stats adjacency adjacency-name emergence command. The command output displays the call statistics for calls that are both received and sent on the specified adjacency.

Examples

The following example shows how to list the complete call statistics for the current day:

Router# show sbc global sbe call-stats all currentday
 
statistics for the current day for global counters
Call count totals:
Total call attempts = 0
Total active calls = 0
Total active IPv6 calls = 0
Total activating calls = 0
Total de-activating calls = 0
Total active emergency calls = 0
Total active e2 emergency calls = 0
Total IMS rx active calls = 0
Total IMS rx call renegotiation attempts = 0
Total SRTP-RTP interworked calls = 0
Total active calls not using SRTP = 0
Total active transcoded calls = 0
Total active transrated calls = 0
Total calls completed = 0
 
General call failure counters:
Total call setup failures = 0
Total active call failures = 0
Total failed call attempts = 0
Total failed calls due to update failure = 0
Total failed calls due to resource failure = 0
Total failed calls due to congestion = 0
Total failed calls due to media failure = 0
Total failed calls due to signaling failure = 0
Total failed calls due to IMS rx setup failure = 0
Total failed calls due to IMS rx renegotiation failure = 0
Total failed calls due to RTP disallowed on call leg = 0
Total failed calls due to SRTP disallowed on call leg = 0
 
Policy control failures:
Call setups failed due to NA = 0
Call setups failed due to RTG = 0
Call setups failed due to CAC = 0
CAC fails due to number of calls limit = 0
CAC fails due to call rate limit = 0
CAC fails due to bandwidth limit = 0
CAC fails due to number of media channels limit = 0
CAC fails due to number of media update limit = 0
CAC message drops due to mid call message rate limit = 0
CAC message drops due to out of call message rate limit = 0
 
Stats Reset Timestamp:
Timestamp when stats for this summary period were reset = 2010/10/21 20:30:21

Table 16 provides the descriptions for the important fields in the displayed example.

 

Table 16 show sbc sbe call-stats Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Active calls

If the period being queried is “current5mins”, this is the number of calls (IPv4 and IPv6) currently active at the instant that the query is issued. Otherwise, this is the average number of calls that have been active for the entire period. A call must have been active for at least half of the period in order to count as having been active on an average for the entire period. Therefore, this statistic is effectively a count of the number of calls that have been active for half the period or more.

Active Ipv6 calls

If the period being queried is “current5mins”, this is the number of IPv6 calls active at the instant the query is issued. Otherwise, this is the average number of calls that have been active for the entire period. A call must have been active for at least half of the period in order to count as having been active on an average for the entire period. Therefore, this statistic is effectively a count of the number of calls that have been active for half the period or more.

Activating calls

If the period being queried is “current5mins”, this is the number of calls currently activating at the instant that the query is issued. Otherwise, this is the average number of calls that have been activating for the entire period. A call must have been activating for at least half of the period in order to count as having been activating on average for the entire period. Therefore this statistic is effectively a count of the number of calls that have been activating for half the period or more.

Deactivating calls

If the period being queried is “current5mins,” this is the number of calls that are undergoing deactivation at the instant that the query is issued. Otherwise, this is the average number of calls that have been undergoing deactivation for the entire period. A call must have been undergoing deactivation for at least half of the period in order to count as having been undergoing deactivation on average for the entire period. Therefore, this statistic is effectively a count of the number of calls that have been undergoing deactivation for half the period or more.

Total call attempts

Call establishment attempts made. A call attempt may have failed in a later summary period. This counter may include failed calls which are not included in the failed call attempt count.

Failed call attempts

Indicates the calls that have failed to establish a successful call. A failed call attempt may result from a call that was started during a previous summary period. This counter may include call attempts that are not included in the total call attempt count.

Successful call attempts

Total call attempts minus failed call attempts.

Call routing failed

Call establishment attempts failed due to a routing failure.

Call resources failed

Call establishment attempts failed due to a resource failure.

Call media failed

Call establishment attempts failed due to a media failure.

Call signaling failed

Call establishment attempts failed due to a signaling failure.

Active call failures

Calls failed from an active state. This count includes all deactivation causes other than normal release.

Congestion failures

Call establishment attempts failed due to system congestion.

Total call setup failures

Total number of call setup failures due to Number Analysis, Routing, and Multiple CAC policies.

Total call update failures

Total number of call update failures due to Multiple CAC policies.

Call setup failed due to NA

Total number of call setup failures due to Number Analysis policies.

Call setup failed due to rtg

Total number of call setup failures due to routing policies.

Call setup failed due to CAC

Total number of call setup failures due to Multiple CAC policies.

CAC fails due to num call lim

Total number of call setup failures due to CAC call limit.

CAC fails due to call rate lim

Total number of call setup failures due to CAC call rate limit.

CAC fails due to num media channels lim

Total number of call setup failures due to CAC number of media channels limit.

CAC fails due to num media updates lim

Total number of call setup failures due to CAC number of media updates limit.

CAC fails due to bandwidth lim

Total number of call setup failures due to CAC Bandwidth limit.

CAC fails due to in-call rate lim

Total number of failures due to the CAC limit on the rate of in-call messages.

CAC fails due to out-call rate lim

Total number of failures due to the CAC limit on the rate of out-of-call requests.

The following is an example of the show command output for reject threshold:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe call-stats reject-threshold
 
Level Memory Trigger Action
-------------------------------------------------
minor < 25 percent 0 in 10 calls dropped
major < 20 percent 4 in 10 calls dropped
critical < 15 percent 9 in 10 calls dropped
halt < 10 percent 10 in 10 calls dropped
 
Current level: NORMAL
Total calls rejected due to low memory threshold: 0

The following example shows the emergency call statistics globally for the entire SBC:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe call-stats global emergence
SBC Service "md"
Emergence call statistics for global counters
Call count totals:
Category ABCEMERGENCY active calls = 1
Category ABCEMERGENCY unaudit calls = 0
Category ABCHIGHPRIORITY active calls = 2
Category ABCHIGHPRIORITY unaudit calls = 0
Priority unspecified active calls = 3
Priority unspecified unaudit calls = 0
 

The following example shows the emergency call statistics for calls belonging to a specified adjacency. The following show command output displays the per-adjacency count for calls received and sent on a specified adjacency name:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe call-stats adjacency govt-adj emergence
Statistics for the current hour for source adjacency govt-adj
Call count totals:
Total active calls = 200
Category govtcalls incoming calls = 90
Category govtcalls outgoing calls = 90
Category sipheader incoming calls = 80
Category sipheader outgoing calls = 80
Priority routing incoming calls = 80
Priority routing outgoing calls = 80
Unaudited calles = 100
 

The following example shows an output of the show sbc sbe call-stats global current5min command that lists the count of the active transcoded and transrated calls.

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe call-stats global current5min
SBC Service "mySBC"
Statistics for the current 5 mins for global counters
Call count totals:
Total call attempts = 0
Total active calls = 1
Total active IPv6 calls = 0
Total activating calls = 0
Total de-activating calls = 0
Total active emergency calls = 0
Total active e2 emergency calls = 0
Total IMS rx active calls = 0
Total IMS rx call renegotiation attempts = 0
Total SRTP-RTP interworked calls = 0
Total active calls not using SRTP = 1
Total active transcoded calls = 1
Total active transrated calls = 0
General call failure counters:
Total call setup failures = 0
Total active call failures = 0
Total failed call attempts = 0
Total failed calls due to update failure = 0
Total failed calls due to resource failure = 0
Total failed calls due to congestion = 0
Total failed calls due to media failure = 0
Total failed calls due to signaling failure = 0
Total failed calls due to IMS rx setup failure = 0
Total failed calls due to IMS rx renegotiation failure = 0
Total failed calls due to RTP disallowed on call leg = 0
Total failed calls due to SRTP disallowed on call leg = 0
 

The following example shows how, in Release 3.4S and later, the output of the show sbc sbe call-stats per-adjacency currentindefinite command was modified to include the values of the QoS statistics and the current alert levels of the statistics:

Router# show sbc Mysbc sbe call-stats per-adjacency adj1 currentindefinite
Statistics for the current hour for adjacency adj1
 
Stats Reset Timestamp:
Timestamp when stats for this summary period were reset = 2011/04/08 04:05:09
Current count of Media Packets Lost = 0
Current count of Media Packets Dropped = 1
Current count of Media Packets Sent = 116
Current count of Media Packets Received = 116
Current count of RTCP Packets Sent = 0
Current count of RTCP Packets Received = 0
Average Call Duration = 21 secs 16 ms
Average of the Unanswered Call Ratio per thousand call = 0
Average of the Round Trip Delay = 0 ms
Average of the locally calculated jitter = 77 ms
Average of the remotely calculated jitter = 0 ms
Average of the received media dropped per thousand pkts = 8
Average of the sent media lost per thousand pkts = 0
Average of Mean Opinion Score = 20
Current alert level of the Unanswer Seizure Ratio = NONE
Current alert level of the Round Trip Delay = NORMAL
Current alert level of the locally calculated Jitter = MINOR
Current alert level of the remotely calculated Jitter = NORMAL
Current alert level of the media packet dropped = MAJOR
Current alert level of the sent packets lost = NORMAL
Current alert level of the Media Opinion Score = MINOR

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

calc-moscqe

Specifies the percentage of calls that must be used to calculate the MOS-CQE score.

reject-threshold

Configures the memory threshold and reject rate for new calls.

show sbc sbe call-rate-stats

Lists all the calls on the SBE.

show sbc sbe calls

To list all the calls on the signaling border elemenst (SBEs), use the show sbc sbe calls command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe calls [ ipv6 | media-detail | srtp | srtp-iw ]

 
Syntax Description

 

sbc name

Name of the Session Border Controller (SBC) service.

ipv6

Displays the details of the IPv6 calls on the SBE.

media-detail

Displays details of the calls, including their media information.

srtp

Displays details of the calls with Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) media on the SBE.

srtp-iw

Displays details of the calls performing SRTP-to-Real-Time Transport Protocol interworking.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

This command’s output was modified to provide details of IPv6 calls.

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

The media-detail , srtp-iw , and srtp optional keywords were added.

Examples

The following examples show how to display the call statistics for the current hour:

Example 1: Default

Router# show sbc a sbe calls
 
SBC Service ''a''
Call State Type Src Adjacency Dest Adjacency
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
393 Activating Audio navtel1 navtel2
394 Activating Audio navtel1 navtel2

Example 2: IPv6 Details

Router# show sbc test sbe calls ipv6
SBC Service "test"
Call State Src Adjacency Dest Adjacency
---------------------------------------------------------------
923752 Active CCM135 CCM136-IpV6
 
 
 
 

Example 3: Media Detail

Router# show sbc b2b1 sbe calls media-detail
SBC Service "b2b1"
Call State Src Adjacency Dest Adjacency
---------------------------------------------------------------
1 Active 7200-1 7200-2
Context ID 1 Stream ID 49153
Side A: Media Flowing: Yes
Local Address/Port: 10.2.0.10/16384
Remote Address/Port: 2.0.0.3/6000
Side B: Media Flowing: Yes
Local Address/Port: 10.2.0.10/16386
Remote Address/Port: 3.0.0.3/7000

Example 4: SRTP

Router# show sbc b2b1 sbe calls srtp
SBC Service "SBC1"
Call State Src Adjacency Dest Adjacency
---------------------------------------------------------------
5 Active UAS UAC
 

Example 5: SRTP-to-RTP Interworking

Router# show sbc global sbe calls srtp-iw
SBC Service "global"
Call State Src Adjacency Dest Adjacency
---------------------------------------------------------------
1 Active Customer CORE

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

srtp caller

Configures SRTP for a caller in a CAC policy.

srtp callee

Configures SRTP for a callee in a CAC policy.

srtp media interworking

Configures SRTP-to-RTP media interworking in a CAC policy.

srtp interworking

Configures SRTP-to-RTP interworking in a CAC policy.

srtp retry rtp

Configures the SBC to retry and enable SRTP-to-RTP interworking after it has rejected an SRTP offer.

srtp response downgrade

Configures a SIP endpoint to support a nonstandard offer/answer SRTP downgrade.

show sbc sbe call branches

To show all the branches on the specified call on SBEs, use the show sbc sbe call branches command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbe call call-num branches

 
Syntax Description

call-num

Specifies the call to display information about.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display the branches associated with call 2:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe call 2 branches
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
Call: 2
State: active
Type: video
 
Branch Calling Number Called Number Billing ID
1 102 789 767 - DAB3C4D153624C7124E1234
2 - 05 659 896
 

 

show sbc sbe codec-list

To show information about the codec lists that are configured on the SBE, use the show sbc sbe codec-list command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe codec-list list-name

 
Syntax Description

sbc name

This is the name of the SBC service.

list-name

Specifies the name of the codec list.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to display information about the codec list named my_codecs.

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe codec-list my_codecs
 
SBC Service "mySbc"
 
Codec list "my_codecs" (Legitimate codecs)
Codec Name Min Packetization Period
========== ========================
PCMU 20ms
G729 10ms

 

show sbc sbe codecs

To view the codecs included in the Session Border Controller (SBC) and the codecs dynamically configured on the SBC, use the show sbc sbe codecs command in the Privileged EXEC configuration mode.

show sbc sbcname sbe codecs [[base | user | modified] | [name] codec-name | variant [ profiles ] ]

 
Syntax Description

sbcname

The name of the SBC.

base

Displays codecs that have not been modified.

user

Displays the codecs defined by a user.

modified

Displays the codecs that have been modified.

name

Displays information about a specific codec.

codec-name

The unique name of a codec.

variant

Displays information about codec variants.

profiles

Displays information about codec variant profiles.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.6

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

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.2S

The command was modified. The variant and profiles keywords were added to this command.

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode.

Examples

The following example shows how to display all the codecs on the mySBC SBC:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe codecs
Codec Name: CN
Type = Fixed Rate
Clock Rate = 8000 Hz
Packet time = 20 sec
Bandwidth = 1
Sample Size = 0
Number Channels = 0
Max Frames Per Pkt = 0
Media Type = Audio
Options = Transcode
Configured State = base
 
Codec Name: DV
-------------------------------------------
Type = Variable Bitrate
Clock Rate = 10000 Hz
Packet_Time = 10
Bandwidth = 1
Sample Size = 0
Number Channels = 0
Max Frames Per Pkt = 0
Media Type = Video
Options = None
Configured State = modified

 

The following example shows how to display the details of a specific codec :

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe codecs name gsm-efr
 
Codec Name: GSM-EFR
-------------------------------------------
Type = Fixed
Clock Rate = 8000 Hz
Packet_Time = 20
Bandwidth = 1
Sample Size = 0
Number Channels = 0
Max Frames Per Pkt = 65535
Media Type = Audio
Options = Transcode
Configured State = user defined
 
 

The following example shows how to display information about the codec variants:

Router# show sbc mySBC sbe codecs variant
Codec Variant Table:
**Note: base variants begin with '#'.
 
Variant Name = #CCD
Variant Encoded name = CCD
Standard Codec Name = CLEARMODE
FMTP String =
Referenced Pofiles =
-------------------------------------------
Variant Name = #NSE
Variant Encoded name = NSE
Standard Codec Name = X-NSE
FMTP String =
Referenced Pofiles =
-------------------------------------------
Variant Name = #NTE
Variant Encoded name = NTE
Standard Codec Name = telephone-event
FMTP String =
Referenced Pofiles =
-------------------------------------------
.
.
.

 

The following example shows how to display information about the codec variant profiles:
Router# show sbc MySBC sbe codecs variant profiles
Profile Variant[s]
codec_profile1 g711a
#G.722
codec_profile2 #G.729
g711a
 
 
 

 

show sbc sbe diameter

To display the configuration information for the Diameter protocol, use the show sbc sbe diameter command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe diameter

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode. The Examples section shows the hierarchy of modes required to run the command.

Examples

The following example shows how to display the configuration information for the Diameter protocol.

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe diameter
 
SBC Service "MySBC"
Diameter information:
Origin Realm: Realm1
Origin Host: Cisco.com
Admin Status: DOWN
Operation Status: DOWN

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

diameter

Enables the Diameter protocol on a node and enter the Diameter configuration mode.

origin-realm

Configures the domain name of an IMS local realm.

origin-host

Configures the domain name of an IMS local host.

peer

Creates an IMS peer and configure the name and IPv4 address of the peer.

realm (diameter)

Configures a peer and assign the peer to a realm.

show sbc sbe diameter

Displays the configuration information for the Diameter protocol.

show sbc sbe diameter peers

Displays the configuration information for IMS peers.

show sbc sbe diameter stats

Displays the transport statistics for an IMS peer.

ims rx

Configures an IMS Rx interface for access adjacency

ims pani

Configures the P-Access-Network-Info (PANI) header process preference for an adjacency.

ims realm

Configures an IMS realm for use by an IMS Rx interface.

ims rx preliminary-aar-forbid

Prevents preliminary AAR messages from being sent in an IMS Rx session.

ims media-service

Configures a CAC table to allow the use of media resources and 3rd party transcoding resources as well as Rx resources.

show sbc sbe diameter peers

To display the configuration information for IMS peers, use the show sbc sbe diameter peers command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe diameter peers peer-name

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC service.

peer-name

Name of the IMS peer.

 
Command Default

If no peer name is given, brief information for all peers is displayed.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode. The Examples section shows the hierarchy of modes required to run the command.

Examples

The following example shows how to display the configuration information for an IMS peer.

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe diameter peers Peer1
 
Diameter peer Peer1:
State: Closed
DWR State: Initial
Origin: Static
VRF Name: None
Local Address: 0.0.0.0
Local Port: 0
Peer Address: 10.10.10.10
Peer Port: 0
Peer FQDN:
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

diameter

Enables the Diameter protocol on a node and enter the Diameter configuration mode.

origin-realm

Configures the domain name of an IMS local realm.

origin-host

Configures the domain name of an IMS local host.

peer

Creates an IMS peer and configure the name and IPv4 address of the peer.

realm (diameter)

Configures a peer and assign the peer to a realm.

show sbc sbe diameter

Displays the configuration information for the Diameter protocol.

show sbc sbe diameter peers

Displays the configuration information for IMS peers.

show sbc sbe diameter stats

Displays the transport statistics for an IMS peer.

ims rx

Configures an IMS Rx interface for access adjacency

ims pani

Configures the P-Access-Network-Info (PANI) header process preference for an adjacency.

ims realm

Configures an IMS realm for use by an IMS Rx interface.

ims rx preliminary-aar-forbid

Prevents preliminary AAR messages from being sent in an IMS Rx session.

ims media-service

Configures a CAC table to allow the use of media resources and 3rd party transcoding resources as well as Rx resources.

show sbc sbe diameter stats

To display the transport statistics for an IMS peer, use the show sbc sbe diameter stats command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe diameter stats

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode. The Examples section shows the hierarchy of modes required to run the command.

Examples

The following example shows how to display the transport statistics for an IMS peer.

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe diameter stats
 
Diameter statistics:
Diameter up time: 0 seconds
Diameter packets sent: 0
Diameter packets received: 0
Diameter malformed packets received: 0
Diameter unknown indentifier answer messages received: 0
Diameter protocol error answer messages received: 0
Diameter unknown command code packets received: 0
Diameter requests transient failures: 0
Diameter requests permanent failures: 0
Diameter requests unexpected transport failures: 0
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

diameter

Enables the Diameter protocol on a node and enter the Diameter configuration mode.

origin-realm

Configures the domain name of an IMS local realm.

origin-host

Configures the domain name of an IMS local host.

peer

Creates an IMS peer and configure the name and IPv4 address of the peer.

realm (diameter)

Configures a peer and assign the peer to a realm.

show sbc sbe diameter

Displays the configuration information for the Diameter protocol.

show sbc sbe diameter peers

Displays the configuration information for IMS peers.

show sbc sbe diameter stats

Displays the transport statistics for an IMS peer.

ims rx

Configures an IMS Rx interface for access adjacency

ims pani

Configures the P-Access-Network-Info (PANI) header process preference for an adjacency.

ims realm

Configures an IMS realm for use by an IMS Rx interface.

ims rx preliminary-aar-forbid

Prevents preliminary AAR messages from being sent in an IMS Rx session.

ims media-service

Configures a CAC table to allow the use of media resources and 3rd party transcoding resources as well as Rx resources.

show sbc sbe editors

To display a list of all the editors registered on the SBC, use the show sbc sbe editors command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe editors

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.4S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

There are no specific usage guidelines for using the show sbc sbe editors command. Note that the clear sbc sbe script-set-stats command can be used to clear the stored statistics from which the show sbc sbe editors command draws data.

Examples

In the following example, the show sbc sbe editors command is used to display a list of all the editors registered on the SBC:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe editors
 
Editor Script-set Type Total executions
-------------------------------------------------------------
 
my_body_editor n/a profile 0
preset-call-tag n/a profile 0
my_header_editor n/a profile 0
my_method_editor n/a profile 0
my_option_editor n/a profile 0
preset-acc-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-acc-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-acc-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-std-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-std-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-std-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-acc-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-acc-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-acc-out-opt n/a profile 0
preset-core-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-core-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-core-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-std-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-std-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-std-out-opt n/a profile 0
default-body-editor n/a profile 0
preset-core-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-core-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-core-out-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ipsec-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ipsec-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ipsec-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ipsec-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ipsec-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ipsec-out-opt n/a profile 0
default-header-editor n/a profile 36
default-method-editor n/a profile 36
default-option-editor n/a profile 36
preset-ibcf-ext-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-ext-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-ext-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-int-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-int-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-int-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-utr-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-utr-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-utr-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-ext-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-ext-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-ext-out-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-int-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-int-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-int-out-opt n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-utr-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-utr-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-ibcf-utr-out-opt n/a profile 0
preset-std-block-in-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-std-block-in-mth n/a profile 0
preset-std-block-in-opt n/a profile 0
preset-std-block-out-hdr n/a profile 0
preset-std-block-out-mth n/a profile 0
preset-std-block-out-opt n/a profile 0
lcl_addr 2 script 0
monitor_packetization 3 script 0
 

Table 17 describes the significant fields in the output of the show sbc sbe editors command.

 

Table 17 show sbc sbe editors Field Descriptions

Field
Description

Editor

Name of the editor.

Script-set

Number of the script set in which the editor has been configured.

Type

Type of editor.

The type can be profile or script.

Total executions

Number of times the editor has been applied.

The counter for tracking the number of times the editor has been applied is incremented even when a message that does not meet the criteria for applying the editor is processed.

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

active-script-set

Activates a script set,

clear sbc sbe script-set-stats

Clears the stored statistics related to a script set.

complete

Completes a CAC policy set, call policy set, or script set after committing the full set.

editor

Specifies the order in which a particular editor must be applied.

editor-list

Specifies the stage at which the editors must be applied.

editor type

Configures an editor type to be applied on a SIP adjacency.

filename

Specifies the path and name of the script file written using the Lua programming language.

load-order

Specifies the load order of a script in a script set.

script

Configures a script written using the Lua programming language.

show sbc sbe script-set

Displays a summary of the details pertaining to all the configured script sets or the details of a specified script set.

script-set lua

Configures a script set composed of scripts written using the Lua programming language.

sip header-editor

Configures a header editor.

sip method-editor

Configures a method editor.

sip option-editor

Configures an option editor.

sip parameter-editor

Configures a parameter editor.

test sbc message sip filename script-set editors

Tests the message editing functionality of the SBC.

test script-set

Tests the working of a script set.

type

Specifies the type of a script written using the Lua programming language.

show sbc sbe enum

To display the configuration information about an ENUM client, use the show sbc sbe enum command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe enum enum-id

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC service.

enum-id

ENUM client ID number. Currently, only the number 1 is allowed.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode. The Examples section shows the hierarchy of modes required to run the command.

Examples

The following example shows how to display the configuration information about all currently configured ENUM Supplementary Routing Services (SRS):

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe enum 1
 
SBC Service enum
Enum 1
Supplementary routing service id : 1
Max recursive depth : 6
Max responses : 6
Request timeout : 60
Status : Up
entry enum
Enum Server IPV4 Address : 20.21.28.125
Enum Server VPN ID : 5
Dial plan suffix string : enum.com
entry default
Enum Server IPV4 Address : 20.21.28.125
Enum Server VPN ID : 0
Dial plan suffix string : e164.arpa
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

activate (enum)

Activates ENUM client.

dial-plan-suffix

Configures the dial plan suffix used for the ENUM query.

div-address

Enters the diverted-by address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a diverted-by address (inbound only).

dst-address

Enters the destination address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a called party address (inbound only).

entry (enum)

Configures the ENUM client entry name and enter the ENUM entry configuration mode.

enum

Configures the ENUM client ID number and enter the ENUM configuration mode.

header-prio header-name

Configures the priority of a header that is used to derive a source, destination, or diverted-by address.

max-recursive-depth

Configures the maximum number of recursive ENUM look-ups for non-terminal Resource Records (RR).

max-responses

Configures the maximum number of ENUM records returned to the routing module.

req-timeout

Configures the ENUM request timeout period.

src-address

Enters the source address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a calling party address (inbound only).

server ipv4

Configures the IPv4 address of a DNS server for ENUM client and optionally associate the DNS server to a VRF.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set

Displays configuration and status information about call policy sets.

show sbc sbe enum

Displays the configuration information about an ENUM client.

show sbc sbe enum entry

Displays the contents of an ENUM client entry.

show sbc sbe enum entry

To display the contents of an ENUM client entry, use the show sbc sbe enum entry command in privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe enum enum-id entry entry-name

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC service.

enum-id

ENUM client ID number. Currently, only the number 1 is allowed.

entry-name

ENUM client entry name.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.1S

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

 
Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must be in the correct configuration mode. The Examples section shows the hierarchy of modes required to run the command.

Examples

The following example shows how to configure display the contents of an ENUM client entry:

Router# show sbc MySBC sbe enum 1 entry MyEntry
SBC Service MySBC
entry MyEntry
Enum Server IPV4 Address : 10.10.10.10
Enum Server VPN ID : 0
Dial plan suffix string : e164.arpa
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

activate

Activates ENUM client.

dial-plan-suffix

Configures the dial plan suffix used for the ENUM query.

div-address

Enters the diverted-by address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a diverted-by address (inbound only).

dst-address

Enters the destination address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a called party address (inbound only).

entry (enum)

Configures the ENUM client entry name and enter the ENUM entry configuration mode.

enum

Configures the ENUM client ID number and enter the ENUM configuration mode.

header-prio header-name

Configures the priority of a header that is used to derive a source, destination, or diverted-by address.

max-recursive-depth

Configures the maximum number of recursive ENUM look-ups for non-terminal Resource Records (RR).

max-responses

Configures the maximum number of ENUM records returned to the routing module.

req-timeout

Configures the ENUM request timeout period.

src-address

Enters the source address mode to set the priority of the header or headers from which to derive a calling party address (inbound only).

server ipv4

Configures the IPv4 address of a DNS server for ENUM client and optionally associate the DNS server to a VRF.

show sbc sbe call-policy-set

Displays configuration and status information about call policy sets.

show sbc sbe enum

Displays the configuration information about an ENUM client.

show sbc sbe enum entry

Displays the contents of an ENUM client entry.

show sbc sbe h323 timers

To display a list of H.323 timer configuration, use the show sbc sbe h323 command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe h323 timers

 
Syntax Description

 

sbc name

This is the name of the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how the show sbc sbe h323 timers command is used to display a list of H.323 timer configuration:

Router# show sbc test sbe h323 timers
 
SBC Service ''test''
H.323 Timers
Global scope
adjacency retry timeout 30000
h225 timeout setup 4000
h225 timeout proceeding 10000
h225 timeout establishment 180000
ras rrq ttl 60
ras rrq keepalive 45000
ras retry count (arq) 2
ras timeout (arq) 5000
ras retry count (brq) 2
ras timeout (brq) 3000
ras retry count (drq) 2
ras timeout (drq) 3000
ras retry count (grq) 2
ras timeout (grq) 5000
ras retry count (rrq) 2
ras timeout (rrq) 3000
ras retry count (urq) 1
ras timeout (urq) 3000
 
Adjacency tekOrig
H225 Timeout Setup 4000
H225 Timeout Proceeding 10000
H225 Timeout Establishment 180000
RAS RRQ TTL 60
RAS RRQ Keepalive 45000
RAS Retry Count (arq) 2
RAS Timeout (arq) 5000
RAS Retry Count (brq) 2
RAS Timeout (brq) 3000
RAS Retry Count (drq) 2
RAS Timeout (drq) 3000
RAS Retry Count (grq) 2
RAS Timeout (grq) 5000
RAS Retry Count (rrq) 2
RAS Timeout (rrq) 3000
RAS Retry Count (urq) 1
RAS Timeout (urq) 3000
 

 

show sbc sbe hold-media-timeout

To show the configured duration of the media timeout timer for on-hold calls, use the show sbc sbe hold-media-timeout command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe hold-media-timeout

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows sample data for the media timeout timer for on-hold calls:

Router# show sbc mysbc sbe hold-media-timeout
 
SBC Service "mysbc"
 
SBE On-hold media timeout duration is: 10 seconds
Router#
 

 

show sbc sbe hunting-trigger

To show the H.323 or SIP hunting triggers at the global level, use the show sbc sbe hunting-trigger command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe {h323 | sip} hunting-trigger

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Specifies the SBC service.

h323

Specifies H.323 hunting-trigger.

sip

Specifies SIP hunting-trigger.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows sample data for the media timeout timer for on-hold calls:

Router# show sbc uut105-1 sbe h323 hunting-trigger
 
H.323 Hunting Triggers
----------------------
noBandwidth
unreachableDestination
destinationrejection
noPermission
badFormatAddress
securityDenied
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

hunting-trigger

Configures failure return codes to trigger hunting.

show sbc sbe media-gateway-associations

To list all the media gateways associated with this SBE and statistics associated with the media gateway, use the show sbc sbe media-gateway-associations command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe media-gateway-associations

 
Syntax Description

 

sbc-name

Specifies the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to list all the media gateways associated with this SBE and statistics associated with the media gateway:

Router# show sbc test sbe media-gateway-associations
 
SBC Service ''test''
Media gateway 200.200.207.101:2944
Gateway Protocol = megaco
Transport Protocol = UDP
Local Address = 88.104.1.3:2944
 
Sent Received Failed Retried
Requests 3687 1 0 0
Replies 1 3686 - 0
 

 

show sbc sbe media-gateway-policy

To display the details of a media gateway policy, use the show sbc sbe media-gateway-policy command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe media-gateway-policy [stats | type {default | local | remote {ipv4 | ipv6} ip-address [port port-number ]}]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC.

stats

Specifies that the media gateway policy statistics must be displayed.

type

Specifies that the configuration and status of the specified media gateway policy type must be displayed. The type can be default, local, or remote.

default

Specifies that the configuration and status of the default media gateway policy must be displayed.

local

Specifies that the configuration and status of the local media gateway policy must be displayed.

remote

Specifies that the configuration and status of the remote media gateway policy must be displayed.

ipv4

Specifies that the remote media gateway has an IPv4 IP address.

ipv6

Specifies that the remote media gateway has an IPv6 IP address.

ip-address

IP address of the remote media gateway. The IP address can be in the IPv4 format or IPv6 format.

port

Specifies the port number of the remote media gateway.

port-number

Port number of the remote media gateway.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.4S

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

Examples

The following command shows the output of the show sbc sbe media-gateway-policy type command for a remote type media gateway policy:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe media-gateway-policy type remote ipv4 192.0.2.26 port 6886
 
Gateway Policy Type = REMOTE
_____________________________________________________
Remote vpn = 0
Remote address type = IPV4
Remote address = 192.0.2.26
Remote Port = 6886
Media Limit Table =
Transcode Audio Cost = 10
Transrate Audio Cost = 6
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

interwork maximum

Specifies the maximum number of media streams that can use the inband DTMF interworking resource or the SRTP interworking resource at any point of time.

interwork cost

Specifies the resource cost for an audio stream using inband DTMF interworking or specifies the resource cost for an audio or video stream using SRTP encryption and decryption.

ipsec maximum

Specifies the maximum number of endpoint registrations that can use IPsec encryption and decryption on their signaling link to the SBC or the maximum number of calls that can use IPsec-protected signaling, at any point of time.

media-gateway policy type

Configures a media gateway policy.

media limits

Specifies the media policy to be associated with the CAC policy table entry or applied on the media gateway.

media-policy

Configures a media policy.

show sbc sbe media-gateway-policy

Displays the details of media gateway policies.

show sbc sbe media-policy

Displays the details of media policies.

total resource maximum

Specifies the total number of video and audio streams that can use transcoding, transrating, inband DTMF interworking, and SRTP encryption and decryption—weighted by the costs assigned to each of these resources.

transcode cost

Specifies the resource cost for transcoding an audio or video stream.

transcode maximum

Specifies the maximum number of audio or video streams that can use the transcoding resource at any point of time.

transrate audio cost

Specifies the resource cost for transrating an audio stream.

transrate audio maximum

Specifies the maximum number of audio streams that can use the transrating resource at any point of time.

type

Configures a media policy as a CAC-policy type policy or a gateway type policy.

show sbc sbe media-gateways

To list the gateway configuration and attachment status on SBE, use the show sbc sbe media-gateways command in Privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe media-gateways

 
Syntax Description

 

sbc-name

Specifies the SBC service.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 2.4

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

Examples

The following example shows how to list the gateway configuration and attachment status on SBEs:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe media-gateways
 
SBC Service “mySbc”
Configured Gateway 10.0.0.1
Configured Gateway 100.1.0.1
Configured Gateway 172.3.4.9
 

 

show sbc sbe media-policy

To display the details of media policies, use the show sbc sbe media-policy command in the privileged EXEC mode.

show sbc sbc-name sbe media-policy [ policy-name ]

 
Syntax Description

sbc-name

Name of the SBC.

policy-name

Name of the media policy. If you do not enter the name of a media policy, the command displays details of all media policies configured on the SBC.

 
Command Default

No default behavior or values are available.

 
Command Modes

Privileged EXEC (#)

 
Command History

Release
Modification

Cisco IOS XE Release 3.4S

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

Examples

In the following example, the show sbc sbe media-policy command is used to display the details of the my_media_policy media policy:

Router# show sbc mySbc sbe media-policy my_media_policy
 
Policy Name: my_media_policy
___________________________________________________________
Type = gateway
Audio transcode limit = 30
Audio transrate limit = 30
Video transcode limit = 30
Inband-dtmf-iw limit = 10
SRTP-iw limit = 20
Total resource limit = 40
 
 

 
Related Commands

Command
Description

interwork maximum

Specifies the maximum number of media streams that can use the inband DTMF interworking resource or the SRTP interworking resource at any point of time.

interwork cost

Specifies the resource cost for an audio stream using inband DTMF interworking or specifies the resource cost for an audio or video stream using SRTP encryption and decryption.

ipsec maximum

Specifies the maximum number of endpoint registrations that can use IPsec encryption and decryption on their signaling link to the SBC or the maximum number of calls that can use IPsec-protected signaling, at any point of time.

media-gateway policy type

Configures a media gateway policy.

media limits

Specifies the media policy to be associated with the CAC policy table entry or applied on the media gateway.

media-policy

Configures a media policy.

show sbc sbe media-gateway-policy

Displays the details of media gateway policies.

show sbc sbe media-policy

Displays the details of media policies.

total resource maximum

Specifies the total number of video and audio streams that can use transcoding, transrating, inband DTMF interworking, and SRTP encryption and decryption—weighted by the costs assigned to each of these resources.

transcode cost

Specifies the resource cost for transcoding an audio or video stream.

transcode maximum

Specifies the maximum number of audio or video streams that can use the transcoding resource at any point of time.

transrate audio cost

Specifies the resource cost for transrating an audio stream.

transrate audio maximum

Specifies the maximum number of audio streams that can use the transrating resource at any point of time.

type

Configures a media policy as a CAC-policy type policy or a gateway type policy.