Cisco Broadband Access Center DPE CLI Reference, Release 2.7
Chapter 1 Introduction to the BACC Command Line Interface
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Introduction to the Broadband Access Center for Cable Command Line Interface

Table Of Contents

Introduction to the Broadband Access Center for Cable Command Line Interface

Accessing the DPE Command Line Interface

Accessing the Hardware CLI

Accessing the Solaris CLI

Accessing the Solaris DPE from a Remote Host

Accessing the Solaris DPE from a Local Host

Command Usage

Command Line Interface Organization


Introduction to the Broadband Access Center for Cable Command Line Interface


This chapter contains detailed information on the CLI commands that you use in conjunction with the DPE. It identifies how to start and stop the command line interface and differentiates between the hardware and Solaris device provisioning engines (DPEs).

The CLI described in this guide is used on both the DPE-590 and DPE-2115 devices. There are some differences between the commands used on these hardware DPEs and those used on the Solaris DPE. The "Command Usage" section identifies the commands used on either type of DPE.

Accessing the DPE Command Line Interface

You access the command line interfaces for hardware and Solaris DPEs in different ways. The hardware DPE is accessed using either telnet or by accessing the console port on the actual DPE device. The Solaris CLI can only be accessed by Telneting to port 2323.

Accessing the Hardware CLI

When using either the DPE-590 or DPE-2115, you must connect your computer to the serial console port on the hardware DPE . Once connected you should complete these steps:


Step 1 Initiate a Hyper Terminal connection between your computer and the DPE. Once the connection is made, you are prompted to enter the DPE password.

Step 2 Enter the DPE password and then continue with the CLI operations you need to perform.


Note Although the default DPE password is changeme, it is NOT the same password used to enter into the BACC administrator's user interface.



Accessing the Solaris CLI

You can access a Solaris device provisioning engine command line interface in one of two different ways; from a remote host or from a local host.

Accessing the Solaris DPE from a Remote Host

To access the command line interface for a Solaris DPE, from a remote host, run this command:

telnet remote-host-name 2323

Accessing the Solaris DPE from a Local Host

To access the command line interface for a Solaris DPE, from a local host, run either of these commands:

telnet localhost 2323

or

telnet 0 2323


Note If a Telnet connection cannot be made to the Solaris CLI it is likely that the CLI is not running, you may need to start the CLI server using this command:

/etc/init.d/bprAgent start cli


Once you access the CLI, you must enter the DPE password before continuing.

Command Usage

Some CLI commands can be used on either the hardware or Solaris DPEs. Others however, can be used on one or the other, but not both. The DPEs supported by individual commands are identified appropriately in the descriptions of the individual commands. This support is also provided at a glance in Table 1-1.

Table 1-1 DPE/CLI Command Support  

Command
DPE Support
Command
DPE Support
Command
DPE Support

aaa authentication

Both

no debug dpe event-manager

Both

show dpe

Both

clear bundles

Both

no debug dpe exceptions

Both

show dpe config

Both

clear cache

Both

no debug dpe framework

Both

show hostname

Both

clear logs

Both

no debug dpe messaging

Both

show interface ethernet <0...1> config

Hardware

clock set

Hardware

no debug dpe netsnmp

Both

show interface ethernet <0...1> stats

Hardware

debug dpe cache

Both

no debug dpe registration

Both

show interface ethernet <intf0|intf1> config

Solaris

debug dpe connection

Both

no debug dpe registration - detail

Both

show interface ethernet <intf0|intf1> stats

Solaris

debug dpe dpe-server

Both

no debug dpe snmp

Both

show ip

Both

debug dpe event-manager

Both

no debug dpe tftp

Both

show ip route

Both

debug dpe exceptions

Both

no docsis shared-secret

Both

show log

Both

debug dpe framework

Both

no dpe provisioning-group primary

Both

show log last <1....9999>

Both

debug dpe messaging

Both

no dpe provisioning-group secondary

Both

show log run

Both

debug dpe netsnmp

Both

no ip default-gateway

Hardware

show memory

Both

debug dpe registration

Both

no ip domain-name

Hardware

show packetcable snmp log

Both

debug dpe registration - detail

Both

no ip name-server

Hardware

show packetcable snmp log last <1..9999>

Both

debug dpe snmp

Both

no ip route

Hardware

show packetcable snmp log run

Both

debug dpe tftp

Both

no ntp server

Hardware

show running-config

Both

debug on

Both

no packetcable

Both

show syslog

Hardware

disable

Both

no packetcable registration encryption

Both

show syslog last

Hardware

docsis shared-secret

Both

no packetcable snmp key-material

Both

show syslog run

Hardware

dpe port

Both

no snmp-server community string [ro|rw]

Both

show tftp files

Both

dpe provisioning-group primary

Both

no snmp-server contact

Both

show version

Both

dpe provisioning-group secondary

Both

no snmp-server host

Both

snmp-server community string [ro|rw]

Both

dpe rdu-server (host)

Both

no snmp-server inform

Both

snmp-server contact

Both

dpe rdu-server (IP)

Both

no snmp-server location

Both

snmp-server host

Both

dpe reload

Both

no snmp-server udp-port

Solaris

snmp-server inform

Both

dpe shared-secret

Both

no syslog log-server

Hardware

snmp-server location

Both

dpe start

Both

no tacacs-sever <host>

Both

snmp-server reload

Both

dpe stop

Both

no tftp allow-create-dirs

Both

snmp-server start

Both

enable

Both

no tftp allow-override

Both

snmp-server stop

Both

enable password

Both

no tftp allow-read-access

Both

snmp-server udp-port

Solaris

exit

Both

no tftp allow-write-access

Both

support bundle cache

Both

   

no tftp verify-ip

Both

support bundle state

Both

help

Both

ntp server (host)

Hardware

support daemon ftp enabled

Hardware

host (host)

Hardware

ntp server (IP)

Hardware

support daemon telnet enabled

Hardware

host (IP)

Hardware

packetcable enable

Both

syslog log-server

Hardware

hostname

Hardware

packetcable registration encryption

Both

syslog mode both

Hardware

interface ethernet <intf0|intf1> provisioning enabled

Solaris

packetcable registration kdc-service-key

Both

syslog mode local

Hardware

interface ethernet <intf0|intf1> provisioning fqdn <fqdn>

Solaris

packetcable registration policy-privacy

Both

syslog mode remote

Hardware

interface ethernet 0...1 ip address

Hardware

packetcable snmp key-material

Both

tacacs-server retries

Both

interface ethernet 0...1 ip enabled

Hardware

packetcable snmp timeout

Both

tacacs-server timeout

Both

interface ethernet 0...1 provisioning enabled

Hardware

password

Both

tacacs-sever <host>

Both

interface ethernet 0...1 provisioning fqdn

Hardware

ping (host)

Hardware

tftp allow-create-dirs

Both

ip default-gateway

Hardware

ping (IP)

Hardware

tftp allow-override

Both

ip domain-name

Hardware

poweroff

Hardware

tftp allow-read-access

Both

ip name-server

Hardware

reload

Hardware

tftp allow-write-access

Both

ip route

Hardware

show bundles

Both

tftp verify-ip

Both

log level

Both

show clock

Both

traceroute (host)

Hardware

no debug

Both

show commands

Both

traceroute (IP)

Hardware

no debug dpe cache

Both

show cpu

Both

upgrade

Hardware

no debug dpe connection

Both

show device-config

Both

uptime

Both

no debug dpe dpe-server

Both

show disk

Both

   

Command Line Interface Organization

The BACC CLI is organized into the following functional groups and are further organized into these chapters:

Chapter 2, "System Commands"

Chapter 3, "Support and Troubleshooting Commands"

Chapter 4, "Device Provisioning Engine Configuration Commands"

Chapter 5, "Log System Management Commands"

Chapter 6, "PacketCable Voice Technology Commands"

Chapter 7, "SNMP Agent Commands"