Cisco 10720 Internet Router Installation and Configuration Guide
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

access card

features 1-6

installing5-64to 5-67

LEDs

example of 3-39

status 3-39, 5-67

system3-38to 3-39, 5-67

safety 5-58

slot 1-1

tools and equipment 5-49, 5-58

troubleshooting, See troubleshooting, Fast Ethernet

troubleshooting installation 5-67

verifying functionality 5-67

AC power supply 3-27

Advanced Research Projects Agency

See ARPA MAC encapsulation

alarm messages 4-11

IEEE.802.17 RPR unwrap messages 4-14

IEEE 802.17 RPR steer messages 4-14

IEEE 802.17 RPR un-steer messages 4-16

IEEE 802.17 RPR wrap messages 4-13

keepalive alarm messages for all uplink cards 4-11

keepalive messges 4-11

other IEEE 802.17 RPR alarm messages 4-16

SRP unwrap messages 4-18

SRP wrap messages 4-17

auto-negotiation

See access card, features

B

bonding and grounding1-9, 3-9to 3-11

C

cable connections

four-node DPT ring 3-16

four-node IEEE 802.17 mode ring 3-17

cable connector

SRP side A 1-4

SRP side B 1-4

See also cables and connectors

cable-management system

about 2-11

installing5-70to 5-71

removing5-68to 5-69

safety 5-68

tools and equipment 5-68

cable-management system, installing 3-25

cables and connectors

copper

RJ-45 3-24

fiber-optic

about3-11to 3-12

duplex 3-12

simplex 3-12

central processing engine

multiple 1-3

PXF network 1-3

chassis cover

installing and removing 5-13

Cisco IOS

software releases xix

See also features, configuration

cleaning procedures for fiber-optic connections xx, 3-12, 4-22

commands

config terminal 3-48, 4-9

copy running-config startup-config 3-42

copy tftp flash 3-48, 3-49

enable 3-48

end 4-9

interface srp 4-5, 4-9

no shutdown 4-20

reload 3-48

show arp 4-4, 4-9

show controller rpr-iee 4-1

show controller srp 4-7

show controllers rpr-ieee 1/1 transceiver 4-3

show controllers srp3-45to 3-46

show environment all 3-45

show interfaces FastEthernet 4-19, 4-20

show rom-monitor 3-49

show rpr-ieee protection 4-6

show rpr-ieee topology 4-6

show running-config3-42to 3-44

show srp EXEC 4-7, 4-11

show srp ips 4-10

show srp topology 4-10

show version 3-44, 3-48

shut 4-5, 4-9

shutdown 4-9

srp clock-source internal A 4-5, 4-9

srp clock-source line B 4-5, 4-9

upgrade rom-monitor file flash 3-49

commands not supported 3-48

configuring

assigning IP 3-47

basic SRP functionality 3-46

Fast Ethernet 3-47

Gigabit Ethernet 3-47

global parameters 3-33

host name 3-33

passwords 3-33

router, basic configuration 3-32

TDR on TX access card 3-47

connectors

fiber-optic, cleaning procedures xx, 4-22

creating a four-node ring

RPR/SRP uplink card 3-17

D

DC-input power supply

safety codes 2-2

DC power supply 3-29

document version history xi

DPT 1-1, 1-3, 1-4

Dynamic Packet Transport

See DPT, four-node DPT ring

E

electromagnetic compatibility

about 1-9

electrostatic discharge

preventing2-3to 2-4

EMC

See electromagnetic compatibility

environmental monitoring 1-9

ESD

See electrostatic discharge

Ethernet connectivity

See access card, features

F

fan assembly

installing5-21to 5-26

removing5-17to 5-21

safety 5-16

tools and equipment 5-17

troubleshooting 5-26

verifying functionality 5-26

fan guard

installing 5-22

features

Bootflash

See memory, Bootflash

configuration

assigning IP information 3-47

basic POS functionality 3-46

basic SRP functionality 3-46

Fast Ethernet 3-47

NVRAM 3-42

show commands3-42to 3-45

TDR 3-47

upgrading Cisco IOS image 3-47

verifying upgraded image 3-48

monitoring

upgrading ROM monitor 3-48

verifying upgraded ROM monitor 3-49

fiber optic cleaning information 3-12

fiber-optic cleaning procedures xx, 4-22

field-replaceable units, FRUs 5-2

four-node DPT ring

connections 3-16

creating3-14to 3-16

example 3-15, 3-16

four-node IEEE 802.17 mode ring 3-17

FRU 5-1, 5-2

G

global parameters

See configuring, global parameters

golden ROMmon, upgrading 5-27

grounding the router

See bonding and grounding

I

IEEE 802.17

cable connections for four-node ring 3-17

IEEE 802.17 RPR

other alarm messages 4-16

unwrap messages 4-14

wrap messages 4-13

input power 1-2

interface connectors

network 1-1

IP+Optical access 1-3

L

LEDs 3-33

See also access card and uplink card

M

MAC addresses 1-6

maintenance

FRU 5-2

multiple routers in a rack2-6to 2-7

tools required 5-2

MDVT 1-9

Mechanical Design Validation and Test

See MDVT

Media Access Control

See MAC addresses 1-6

memory

Flash

read-only 1-1

read-write 1-1

upgrading 3-47

mounting

desktop3-8to 3-9

rack1-7, 3-2to 3-5

router 2-11

wall1-7, 3-6to 3-7

N

NEBS 1-9

Network Equipment Building Systems

See NEBS

nonvolatile RAM

See NVRAM

NVRAM

See features, configuration

O

optical connector

See cable connector, cables and connectors

optical power monitoring 3-45

P

ports

access card

connecting3-22to 3-24

CONSOLE and AUX

connecting3-19to 3-21

default port configurations 3-21

inband ethernet 3-25

POS 1-1, 1-3, 1-4, 3-46

powering down

how to5-4to 5-6

verifying power is off 5-6

powering up

AC5-7to 5-9

DC5-9to 5-12

verifying power is on 3-32

power supply

AC

LEDs 5-47

specifications A-2

DC

LEDs 5-48

specifications A-2

installing5-42to 5-46

removing5-35to 5-41

safety 5-34

switch 5-4

tools and equipment 5-35

verifying functionality5-46to 5-48

procedures

router

configuration, basic 3-32

R

rack mounting

brackets

installing 3-5

types 3-4

clearance guidelines 2-6

removing fan assembly5-17to 5-21

removing router cover5-13to 5-16

ROMmon, upgrading 5-27

router

design specifications 1-9

mounting options 1-7

physical description 1-2

product specificationsA-1to A-2

RPR (IEEE 802.17) unwrap messages 4-14

RPR (IEEE 802.17) wrap messages 4-13

RPR/SRP uplink card

creating a four-node ring 3-17

RPR-IEEE

fiber misconnection 4-7

pass-thru mode 4-5

show rpr-ieee protection 4-6

verify clocking 4-5

verifying pass-thru mode 4-5

S

safety

environmental

AC-powered router 2-9

airflow 2-8

DC-powered router2-9to 2-10

power 2-9

site wiring2-10to 2-11

temperature and humidity 2-8

guidelines 2-2

laser

about 2-4

class 1 laser warning 2-4

class 1 LED warning 2-4

recommendations 5-1

SDH

See features, router

setup

checklist 3-1

Telnet 3-19

terminal server 3-19

tools and equipment required 2-5

shock and vibration 1-9

site log

form 2-13

preparation 2-12

site requirements

rack-mounting 2-5

ventilation 2-5

software

features 1-8

SONET

distance limitations 3-11

Spatial Reuse Protocol

See SRP

SRP unwrap message 4-18

SRP wrap messages 4-17

status LEDs

RPR/SRP uplink card 3-38

Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

See SDH

Synchronous Optical Network

See SONET

system LEDs

RPR/SRP uplink card 3-36

T

TDR

See access card, features

Time Domain Reflectometry

See TDR

troubleshooting

Fast Ethernet

carrier signal 4-22

CRC field counters 4-21

duplex mode setting 4-21

FastEthernet is up 4-20

interface configuration 4-19

late collision 4-21

line protocol is up 4-20

output hang 4-21

speed mode 4-21

IEEE 802.17 RPR other alarm messages 4-16

IEEE 802.17 RPR unwrap messages 4-14

IEEE 802.17 RPR wrap messages 4-13

keepalive messages for all uplink cards 4-11

RPR

pass-thru mode 4-5

SRP

alarm 4-11

fiber misconnection 4-7, 4-11

PASS-THRU mode 4-5, 4-9

show arp command 4-4, 4-9

show controllers srp command 4-1, 4-7

show srp ips command 4-6, 4-10

show srp topology command 4-6, 4-10

verify clocking 4-5, 4-9

verify PASS-THRU mode 4-5, 4-10

SRP unwrap message 4-18

SRP wrap messages 4-17

verifying clocking 4-5

U

upgrading the golden ROMmon image 5-27

uplink card

features 1-1

installing5-55to 5-57

LEDs

example of 3-34

status3-36to 3-37, 5-57

system3-34to 3-35, 5-57

ports

CONSOLE and AUX 3-19

RX 3-15

TX 3-15

removing5-50to 5-54

safety 5-49

slot 1-1

troubleshooting installation 5-57

troubleshooting srp, See troubleshooting, srp

verifying functionality 5-57

V

verifying clocking 4-5

W

warnings

disconnect device 5-3

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