Cisco IOS XR Getting Started Guide, Release 3.2
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Symbols

? command 4-2

? command (ROM Monitor) A-29

A

abbreviated commands, entering 4-2

abort command 2-31

aborting command output 4-7

admin command B-5

admin configuration mode 2-18

admin EXEC mode 2-18

Admin package features 5-3

alarm correlation, logging 3-11

alarm logging

correlation 3-11

locations 3-11

severity levels 3-11

aliases 4-16

alphanumeric LED display, illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

alphanumeric LED display, illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 2-4

alphanumeric LED display, illustration (PRP-2) 1-8, 2-5

anchor characters D-4

asynchronous operation, install command 5-26

B

Base package features 5-4

BGP, configuration limits 3-22

boot command (ROM Monitor) A-14, A-25

BOOT variable A-12

bring up

hardware, first time 1-5

verifying status 1-12

C

capitalization, keyboard shortcuts 4-19

card type, displayed in prompt 2-11

characters

anchor D-4

parentheses for pattern recall D-4

pattern ranges D-2

special D-2

underscore wildcard D-4

chassis

multiple-chassis system 1-1

number, displayed in prompt 2-11

Cisco IOS XR software

initial startup 1-4

supported hardware 1-1

Cisco IOS XR Software Selector tool 5-16

cisco-support user group 2-13

clear command 7-18

clear configuration commit command 3-9

clear configuration sessions command 7-21

CLI

identifying command mode 2-15

introduction 1-2

logging in 2-10

prompt 2-11

clock, router 2-38

clock and scheduler card See CSC

clock set command 2-39

clock timezone command 2-39

clock update-calendar command 2-40

command-line interface See CLI

command mode

admin configuration 2-18

administration EXEC 2-18

CLI prompt 2-15

configuration submodes 2-16

EXEC 2-16

global configuration 2-16

interface configuration 2-17

navigation 2-14

navigation example 2-19

ROM monitor mode 2-18

router configuration 2-17

router submode configuration 2-17

commands

abbreviated 4-2

aliases 4-16

applying templates 4-14

completing a partial command 4-4

creating templates 4-12

identifying syntax errors 4-4

more prompt, responding to 4-6

no form 4-4

on-screen help 4-2

output

filtering 4-8

halting 4-7

narrowing 4-8

redirecting to a file 4-7

recall deleted entries 4-18

redisplaying 4-18

wildcards 4-11

wrapped lines, editing 4-5

commit command 2-21

commit force command 7-19

commitIDs

clearing 3-9

displaying 3-4

displaying changes 3-6

loading changes 3-8

committing a configuration 2-21

committing packages 5-36

complex expressions D-3

config-register command 6-15

config-register command (ROM Monitor) A-27

configuration

clearing changes 2-29

committing 2-21

displaying 2-23

displaying errors 2-28

ending a session 2-30

limiting 3-17

limits

BGP 3-22

IS-IS 3-19

MPLS 3-27

multicast 3-26

OSPF 3-19

other 3-27

RPL 3-24

static routes 3-18

merged configuration, displaying 2-23, 2-27

overview 2-20

reloading a failed configuration 2-29

running configuration

displaying 2-24, 2-25

locking 2-31

unlocking 2-31

target configuration

displaying 2-27

introduction 2-21

loading from a file 3-10

saving to a file 3-10

configuration files, storage 2-23

configuration mode, entering EXEC commands 2-18

configurations, single and multiple-chassis 1-1

configuration submodes 2-16

configuration templates

applying 4-14

creating 4-12

configure exclusive command 2-32

confreg command (ROM Monitor) A-30, A-31, A-32, C-6, C-7

connection

CLI prompt 2-11

Console port

connection 2-3

illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 1-8, 2-4, 2-5

console port, connecting to 1-5

consolidated switch fabric cards See CSFC

controller fabric plane command 6-21

controllers command 6-15

copy command B-4, C-5

copy ftp command 5-27

copy rcp command 5-27

copy tftp command 5-27

correlation, alarm logging 3-11

CPU0 module 2-11

Craft Works Interface See CWI

CSC

removing and replacing 6-22

CSFC

removing and replacing 6-27

cursor movement 4-19

CWI

introduction 1-2

D

debug command 7-5

debugging

disabling for all services, all sessions 7-6

disabling for all services, one session 7-6

disabling for a service 7-6

displaying features 7-5

displaying status 7-5

enabling 7-5

DEFAULT_GATEWAY variable A-12

dir command B-4, C-5

disk0: 5-19

disk1:

PIE file archive 5-17

reinstalling vm files A-16

domain name, configuration 3-1

domain name command 3-2

domain name server, configuration 3-1

domain name-server command 3-2

drives, formatting 6-16

E

end command 2-31

environment variables

BOOT A-12

DEFAULT_GATEWAY A-12

displaying A-30

introduction A-2

IP_ADDRESS A-12

IP_SUBNET_MASK A-12

saving A-31

TURBOBOOT A-3, A-4, A-13

errors

displaying configuration errors 2-28

syntax 4-4

Ethernet interface

configuring 2-33

connection, illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

connection, illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 1-8, 2-4, 2-5

displaying 2-35

EXEC commands, entering in configuration mode 2-18

EXEC mode 2-16

exit command 2-30, B-5, B-6

expressions

complex D-3

regular D-1

extensible markup language See XML

F

file

redirecting output to 4-7

file storage

flash disk0: 5-19

flash disk1:

PIE file archive 5-17

reinstalling vm files A-16

file transfer protocols, supported 5-27

File Transfer Protocol See FTP

filters, command output 4-8

flash disk

disk0: 5-19

disk1:

PIE file archive 5-17

reinstalling vm files A-16

flash disk0:

configuration file storage 2-23

format bootflash

command B-7

format command 6-16

formatting drives 6-16

Forwarding package features 5-5

FTP 5-27

G

global configuration mode 2-16

group command 3-17

H

halting command output 4-7

hardware

displaying status 6-1

documentation xv

help command (ROM Monitor) A-29

history, commands 4-17

hostname

configuration 2-32

displayed in prompt 2-11

hostname command 2-32

HTTP server configuration 3-2

hw-module location command 6-12, 6-15, 6-24, 6-25, B-7

I

install activate command 5-30, 5-32

install activate command, test option 5-38

install add command 5-28

install add ftp: command 5-29, 5-33

install add rcp: command 5-29, 5-33

install add tftp: command 5-29, 5-33

install command, synchronous and asynchronous operation 5-26

install commit command 5-36, 5-37

install deactivate command 5-37

install remove command 5-37

install rollback committed command 5-34, 5-35

interface configuration mode 2-17

interface MgmtEth command 2-36

interface preconfigure command 6-17, 6-18

interfaces, verifying operation 7-21

IP_ADDRESS variable A-12

IP_SUBNET_MASK variable A-12

ipv4 access-list oor ace threshold command 3-27

ipv4 access-list oor acl threshold command 3-27

ipv4 address command 2-36

ipv6 access-list oor ace threshold command 3-27

ipv6 access-list oor acl threshold command 3-27

IS-IS, configuration limits 3-19

K

keyboard shortcuts

capitalization 4-19

command history 4-18

cursor movement 4-19

deleting text 4-20

recalling deleted entries 4-18

transposing letters 4-20

L

line card

removal 6-17

replacement 6-18, 6-19

Line Card package features 5-6

line wrap, editing long lines 4-5

load command 3-10

load commit changes command 3-8

load rollback changes command 3-8, 3-9

logging

alarm correlation 3-11

configuration 3-12

output locations 3-11

severity levels 3-11

logging buffered command 3-11, 3-13

logging command 3-12

logging console command 3-11, 3-13

logging monitor command 3-11

logging trap command 3-11, 3-12

logical router, logging in 2-10

log in, router 2-10

long lines, editing 4-5

low memory warning, removing configurations 7-18

M

Manageability package features 5-10

Management Ethernet interface

configuration 2-35

configuring 2-33

connection illustration (16-slot chassis) 2-3

connection illustration (8-slot chassis) 2-4

displaying 2-35

establishing a connection through 2-9

name syntax 2-33

maximum external-sa command 3-26

maximum group-mappings autorp command 3-26

maximum groups command 3-26

maximum groups per-interface command 3-26

maximum interfaces command 3-20

maximum-paths command (BGP) 3-23

maximum-paths command (IS-IS) 3-19

maximum paths command (OSPF) 3-20

maximum peer-external-sa command 3-26

maximum-prefix command 3-22

maximum redistributed-prefix command (OSPF) 3-20

maximum-redistributed-prefixes command (IS-IS) 3-19

maximum register-states command 3-26

maximum route-interfaces command 3-26

maximum routes command 3-26

memory

displaying system memory 7-17

low memory warnings 7-16

management 3-17

removing configurations 7-18

merged configuration, displaying 2-23, 2-27

mode

admin configuration 2-18

admin EXEC 2-18

configuration submodes 2-16

EXEC 2-16

global configuration 2-16

interface configuration 2-17

ROM monitor 2-18

router configuration 2-17

router submode configuration 2-17

modem connection

illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 1-8, 2-4, 2-5

module 6-4

module, number displayed in prompt 2-11

monitor processes command 7-8, 7-12

monitor threads command 7-8

More prompt 4-6

MPLS

configuration limits 3-27

package features 5-9

mpls traffic-eng maximum tunnels command 3-27

MSC

removal 6-17

multicast, configuration limits 3-26

Multicast package features 5-8

N

name

router, configuring 2-32

router name displayed in prompt 2-11

netadmin user group 2-13

network connection, overview 2-3

no, command form 4-4

node

administrative shutdown 6-15

power cycle 6-12

reload 6-12

shutdown 6-12

no debug command 7-6

no hw-module node command 6-21

nonactive target configuration 2-21

O

OIR 6-17

for switch fabric cards 6-19

online insertion and removal 6-17

operator user group 2-13

OS package features 5-3

OSPF, configuration limits 3-19

P

package

activation

impact on running configuration 5-21

introduction 5-19

addition, introduction 5-19

committing a package set 5-19

deactivation 5-37

impact on running configuration 5-21

removal 5-37

rollback 5-19

package installation envelope files See PIE files

packages

committing 5-36

partial command, entry 4-4

password, recovering root A-21

password command 3-16

pattern

alternation D-4

multiple-character D-3

recall D-4

performance route processor (PRP) 1-1

PIE files 5-11

archive on flash disk1: 5-17

names 5-11

version numbers 5-11

ping command 7-3

PLIM

removal 6-17

replacement 6-18, 6-19

power cycle 6-12

power on, first time 1-5

Primary LED illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

Primary LED illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 2-4

process 7-7

process command 7-14

process mandatory command 7-14

process mandatory reboot command 7-14

R

rack, displayed in prompt 2-11

rack number 6-4

rcp 5-27

redirecting command output 4-7, 4-8

redundancy

automatic failover 6-10

commands 6-10

manual switchover 6-11

primary RP 6-9

standby RP 6-9

redundancy switchover command 6-10, 6-11, B-6, C-6, C-7

reload

router A-26

software 6-12

reload command 6-10, 6-13, B-7

Remote Copy Protocol See rcp

resource management 3-17

rollback

committed software 5-34

configuration, overview 3-3

configuration rollback failure 3-4

history log, displaying 3-5

loading changes to the target configuration 3-8

package incompatibility 3-4

points, displaying 5-34

points, rolling back 5-35

previewing changes 3-6

procedure 3-7

rollback configuration command 3-7

rollback configuration to command 7-20

rollback for packages

introduction 5-19

ROM monitor

commands A-29

downgrades B-2, C-2

exiting A-31

manually halt initialization during reload A-28

options A-29

recovering the root password A-21

reinstalling Cisco IOS XR software A-2

reinstalling vm files A-10, A-16

reloading the router A-26

resetting the configuration register A-26

ROMMON A and ROMMON B, startup B-1

upgrades

basics B-1, C-1

example B-8, C-10

files B-2

procedure B-3, C-2, C-4

troubleshooting tips B-7

version, displaying B-4, C-3, C-5, C-6

ROM monitor mode 2-18

ROMMON See ROM monitor

root-lr user group 2-13

root password, recovering A-21

root-system user group 2-13

route maximum ipv4 command 3-18

route maximum ipv6 command 3-18

route processors

faceplate illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

faceplate illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 2-4

faceplate illustration (PRP-2) 1-8, 2-5

router

clock setting 2-38

halt initialization A-28

name configuration 2-32

name displayed in prompt 2-11

reloading A-26

verifying status 1-12

router configuration mode 2-17

router submode configuration 2-17

Routing package features 5-7

RPL, configuration limits 3-24

rpl maximum lines command 3-24

rpl maximum policies command 3-24

RP reload 6-10

running configuration

displaying 2-24, 2-25

locking 2-31

unlocking 2-31

S

secret command 3-16

Security package features 5-10

service processor See SP

session

configuration overview 2-20

ending 2-30

set command (ROM Monitor) A-30

SFC

removing and replacing 6-22

SFTP 5-27

shortcuts

capitalization 4-19

command history 4-18

cursor movement 4-19

deleting text 4-20

recalling deleted entries 4-18

transposing letters 4-20

show aaa userdb command 3-15

show aaa usergroup command 2-14, 3-15

show bgp neighbor command 3-22

show clock command 2-40

show configuration command 3-10, 4-6, 7-2

show configuration commit changes command 3-6, 7-19

show configuration commit history 7-18

show configuration commit history command 3-5, 7-18

show configuration commit list 7-20

show configuration commit list command 3-4, 7-20

show configuration failed command 7-14

show configuration failed noerror command 7-15

show configuration failed startup command 7-15

show configuration rollback changes 7-20

show configuration rollback changes command 3-6

show configuration rollback changes to command 7-20

show configuration sessions command 2-31, 7-21

show context command 7-2

show controller command 7-2

show controller fabric plane all command 6-21

show controllers command 6-15

show debug command 7-2, 7-5

show debug condition command 7-6

show diag command 6-1

show environment command 1-13, 4-6, 6-5, 7-2

show exception command 7-2

show hosts command 3-2

show igmp summary command 3-26

show install active command 5-23, 5-25

show install active detail command 5-23

show install active location command 5-25

show install command 7-2

show install committed command 5-25

show install rollback ? command 5-34

show install rollback command 5-35

show interface command 7-21

show interfaces command 6-17, 7-2

show interfaces MgmtEth command 2-37

show ipv4 access-lists command 3-27

show ipv4 interface brief command 7-21

show ipv4 interface command 7-21

show isis adjacency command 3-19

show isis route command 3-19

show logging command 3-13, 7-2, B-5

show memory command 7-2, 7-17

show memory summary command 7-17, 7-18

show mpls traffic-eng maximum tunnels command 3-27

show msdp summary command 3-26

show ospf command 3-20

show pim summary command 3-26

show platform command 1-14, 4-6, 6-3, 6-10, 6-20, 6-23, 7-2, B-5

show process blocked command 7-2

show processes abort command 7-8

show processes blocked command 7-8

show processes boot command 7-8

show processes command 7-8, 7-9, 7-10

show processes cpu command 7-8

show processes dynamic command 7-8

show processes failover command 7-8

show processes log command 7-8

show processes memory command 7-9, 7-11

show processes startup command 7-9

show redundancy command 1-15, 6-8, 6-9, 6-10, 6-14, 7-2

show rpl maximum lines command 3-24

show rpl max policies command 3-24

show running-config command 4-6, 6-17, 7-2

show running-config route maximum command 3-18

show running-config router ospf command 3-20

show task supported command 2-12, 3-15

show tech-support command 4-6, 7-3

show tracebacks command 7-3

show user all command 6-20, 6-23

show user command 2-14, 7-3

show user group command 2-14, 6-19, 6-23

show user tasks command 2-14

show variables boot command 6-13, 6-14, 7-2

show version command 1-13, 4-6, 6-3, 7-3

shutdown 6-12

Simple Network Management Protocol 1-4

single-chassis system 1-1

slot, number displayed in prompt 2-11

slot number 6-4

SMU 5-11

filenames 5-13

version numbers 5-13

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) 1-4

software, documentation xv

Software Maintenance Update See SMU

software packages

activating

on all cards 5-30

on a single card 5-32

activation

impact on running configuration 5-21

impact on system 5-21

prerequisites 5-22

active packages

displaying all 5-23

displaying for a card 5-25

adding from router 5-28

available packages 5-1

Cisco IOS XR Software Selector tool 5-16

committing 5-36

configuration rollback failure 3-4

copying, adding, and activating in one step 5-33

copying and adding from network server 5-29

copying to the router 5-27

deactivation

impact on running configuration 5-21

impact on system 5-21

prerequisites 5-22

described 5-1

displaying committed versions 5-25

downgrading 5-20

impact of version changes 5-21

management overview 5-18

obtaining installable PIE files 5-16

optional 5-8

PIE files 5-11

removing inactive software 5-37

rollback 5-34, 5-35

SMUs 5-13

upgrading 5-20

version numbers 5-11

SP 6-4

special characters D-2

SSH File Transfer Protocol 5-27

start up

hardware, first time 1-5

verifying status 1-12

static route, configuration limits 3-18

Status LED illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

Status LED illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 2-4

stopping command output 4-7

submodes, configuration 2-16

switch fabric cards

Cisco XR 12000 Series routers

removing and replacing 6-22

CRS-1routers

removing and replacing 6-19

switch fabric card See SFC 6-22

sync command (ROM Monitor) A-31

synchronous operation

install command 5-26

syntax

anchor characters D-4

character pattern ranges D-2

complex regular expressions D-3

error identification 4-4

pattern alternation D-4

pattern recall D-4

regular expressions D-1

special characters D-2

wildcard underscore D-4

sysadmin user group 2-13

T

tab key 4-4

tar files

introduction A-5

names A-6

version numbers A-6

target configuration 2-21

clearing changes 2-29

displaying 2-27

loading from a file 3-10

saving to a file 3-10

tar utility A-5

task group, introduction 2-12

task ID, introduction 2-12

task IDs

displaying 2-13

Telnet server configuration 3-2

templates

applying 4-14

creating 4-12

terminal connection, illustration (16-slot chassis) 1-6, 2-3

terminal connection, illustration (8-slot chassis) 1-7, 1-8, 2-4, 2-5

terminal history command 4-18

terminal server, establishing a connection through 2-7

terminal settings, default values 1-10, 2-6, 2-8

TFTP

introduction 5-27

server, reinstalling vm files A-10

TFTP_FILEenvironment variables

TFTP_FILE A-12

TFTP_FILE variable A-12

thread 7-7, 7-9, 7-12

time, setting the router clock 2-38

time zone, setting the router clock 2-38

traceroute command 7-3

Trivial File Transfer Protocol See TFTP

troubleshooting

basic commands 7-2

displaying system memory information 7-17

errors at startup 7-15

failed commit operation 7-14

low memory warnings 7-16

processes and threads 7-7

ROM monitor upgrades B-7

TURBOBOOT variable A-3, A-4, A-13

type, card type displayed in prompt 2-11

U

undebug all command 7-6

underscore wildcard character D-4

upgrade rommon A command B-5

upgrade rommon B command B-6

user access

task IDs, displaying 2-13

user accounts

configuration overview 3-15

creating 3-16

user groups

assigning to a user 3-16

displaying 2-13

introduction 2-12

predefined 2-13

user interfaces

CLI 1-2

CWI 1-2

SNMP 1-4

XML API 1-3

username command 3-16

V

vm files

names A-9

reinstalling from a TFTP server A-10

reinstalling from disk1: A-16

version numbers A-9

W

warning, low memory 7-16

wildcards 4-11

X

XML

API 1-3

host service configuration 3-2