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Configuring Cisco Multimode G.SHDSL EFM/ATM in Cisco ISR G2

Table Of Contents

Configuring Cisco Multimode G.SHDSL EFM/ATM in Cisco ISR G2

Contents

Prerequisites for Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWICs

Information About Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

What to do next

Connecting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM to the Network

What to Do Next

Configuring Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Configuring EFM or ATM Mode and a DSL Group

Configuring the G.SHDSL Service on a Cisco Router

Default dsl-group configurations

Examples

Configuring 2-Wire Non-bonding DSL Group

Examples

Configuring Bonding Groups in ATM Mode

Examples

Configuring Auto Groups in ATM Mode

Example

Configuring an EFM-Bonding Group

Examples

Configuring Auto Groups in EFM Mode

Example

Troubleshooting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Examples

Firmware Update

System Requirements

Prerequisites

Upgrading to a New Firmware Release

Determining the Firmware Version

Available PHY Firmware and Feature Compatibility

Embedded PHY Firmware in Cisco IOS Software Releases

Command Reference

shdsl annex

shdsl rate

efm-grp link-stability-timer

efm-grp minimum-links

efm-grp minimum-bandwidth

handshake

shdsl 4-wire mode

mode

controller shdsl

dsl-group

show controllers shdsl

termination

Additional References

Related Documents

Standards

MIBs

RFCs

Technical Assistance


Configuring Cisco Multimode G.SHDSL EFM/ATM in Cisco ISR G2


OL-24505-04
Last Updated: October 14, 2013

This document describes how to configure Cisco G.SHDSL Ethernet in the first mile (EFM) and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM). Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM Enhanced high-speed WAN interface card (EHWIC) connect Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2s) with central office Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers (DSLAMs) and provide up to four lines of G.SHDSL (ITU-T 991.2) connectivity. The C888EA provides four pairs of multimode G.SHDSL connectivity.

There is one EHWIC model and one fixed platform model:

EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA—A double-wide multimode EHWIC G.SHDSL, 4 pair, 802.3ah, EFM and ATM mode interface card

C888EA—A multimode G.SHDSL, 4 pair 802.3ah, EFM and ATM mode fixed platform

Finding Support Information for Platforms and Cisco IOS Software Images

Use Cisco Feature Navigator to find information about platform support and Cisco IOS software image support. Access Cisco Feature Navigator at http://www.cisco.com/go/fn. You must have an account on Cisco.com. If you do not have an account or have forgotten your username or password, click Cancel at the login dialog box and follow the instructions that appear.

Contents

This document shows the configuration process for the EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA multimode EFM and ATM card and the C888EA EFM and ATM mode fixed platform.

Prerequisites for Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWICs

Information About Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Connecting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM to the Network

Configuring Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Troubleshooting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Firmware Update

Command Reference

Additional References

Prerequisites for Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWICs

Ensure that you have the appropriate Cisco router to serve as the host router.
The following Cisco  routers support Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWICs:

Cisco 1921 ISR

Cisco 1941 ISR

Cisco 2901 ISR

Cisco 2911 ISR

Cisco 2921 ISR

Cisco 2951 ISR

Cisco 3925 ISR

Cisco 3925-E ISR

Cisco 3945 ISR

Cisco 3945-E ISR

Use the show version command to ensure that the router is running the correct IOS software. The C888EA and EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA models require Cisco IOS Release Release: <optional, example: Cisco IOS Release 15.1(1)T> or later.


Note When minimum release requirements are met, you can change images on the router without affecting performance.


Install the Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWIC on the router, using the directions provided in Cisco Interface Cards Hardware Installation Guide and Cisco Network Modules and Interface Cards Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information.

Information About Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWICs support up to four pairs of digital subscriber lines (DSL). The fixed platform model (C888EA) also supports up to four pairs. The DSL pairs are bundled in groups and configured in the Cisco IOS command-line interface (CLI) by using the dsl-group command. Selecting the mode is done by using the mode command.

See the "Command Reference" section for more information about commands used with Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM.

Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

The Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA provides up to four lines of connectivity through one RJ-45 connector (see Figure 1), in EFM or ATM modes. The Cisco 888EA fixed platform (see Figure 2) supports up to four lines of connectivity through one RJ-45 connector, in EFM or ATM modes.


Note The C888EA and the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA support the Dying Gasp feature. The term dying gasp refers to power status as defined in ITU-T standard G.991.2, section 7.1.2.5.3.


Figure 1

Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA EFM/ATM Faceplate

EN/LP

Status of the system:

Green—Operating system is running.

Amber—Loopback mode.

EFM

Green—Indicates EFM mode.

ATM

Green—Indicates ATM mode.

L0, L1, L2, L3

Status of link:

Green on—Link is active.

Off—Link is inactive or not configured.

Amber—Link alarm.

Blinking green—Link is training. Slow blinking indicates Inverse Multiplexing Over ATM (IMA) link training. Fast blinking indicates non-IMA link training.

Amber and green blinking simultaneously—Loopback mode. EN/LP is also amber.


Figure 2

Cisco 888EA Faceplate

OK

On—DC power is being supplied to the router and the Cisco IOS software is running.

Blinking—Bootup is in process, or the router is in ROMMON monitor mode.

Off—Power is not supplied to the router.

PPP

On—At least one PPP session is established.

CD

Green—xDSL interface is connected to the DSLAM6.

Blinking Green—Training to the line.

Off—A connection has not been established or the port is shut down.

DATA

Blink—xDSL interface is either receiving or transmitting data.

Off—No data is being transmitted or being received.

EFM

Green—Indicates EFM mode.

ATM

Green—Indicates ATM mode.

VPN

On—VPN is connected.

FE LAN

Green—Ethernet port is connected.

Blinking Green—Data is either being received or being transmitted.

Off—Ethernet port is not connected.

Data BRI

On—ISDN D channel is connected.


What to do next

See the "Connecting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM to the Network" section for cable information.

Connecting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM to the Network

For connecting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM EHWICs to a network, see the section about connecting an interface card to a network in Connecting DSL WAN Interface Cards.

What to Do Next

See the "Configuring Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM" section for information about configuring DSL groups.

Configuring Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

Configure DSL groups for Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM using the Cisco IOS CLI on the router in privileged configuration mode.

Configuring EFM or ATM Mode and a DSL Group

Configuring the G.SHDSL Service on a Cisco Router

Configuring 2-Wire Non-bonding DSL Group

Configuring Bonding Groups in ATM Mode

Configuring Auto Groups in ATM Mode

Configuring an EFM-Bonding Group

Configuring Auto Groups in EFM Mode


Note The annex configuration option is available only if the termination is central office (CO).


Configuring EFM or ATM Mode and a DSL Group

Use the Cisco IOS CLI on the router in global config-controller mode to configure the mode on the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA or the C888EA.


Note The dsl-group must be removed before changing from a previously configured mode.


SUMMARY STEPS - ATM

1. mode atm

2. One of the following:

dsl-group auto

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link {m-pair | ima}

SUMMARY STEPS - EFM

1. mode efm

2. One of the following:

dsl-group auto

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link {efm-bond}

DETAILED STEPS - ATM

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

mode atm
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the ATM mode.

Step 2 

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link ima
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 ima
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#

Configures IMA group.

DETAILED STEPS - EFM

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

mode efm
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# mode efm
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the EFM mode.

Step 2 

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link efm-bond
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 
efm-bond
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#

Configures EFM bond.

Configuring the G.SHDSL Service on a Cisco Router

To configure the G.SHDSL service on the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA or C888EA using the Cisco IOS CLI in global configuration mode, follow these steps.


Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0

2. dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link-number

3. shdsl rate {number | auto}

4. exit

5. exit

6. One of the following:

interface ethernet <slot>/<subslot>/<0> (in EFM mode)

interface atm <slot>/<subslot>/<0> (in ATM mode)

7. ip address <IP-address> <subnet mask>

8. exit

9. exit

10. One of the following:

show interface ethernet [slot/port-adapter/port] (in EFM mode)

show interface atm [slot/port-adapter/port] (in ATM mode)


Note In CPE, Annex and TC-PAM (Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation) are not configurable. They are configured automatically according to the central office (CO) settings.


DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0

Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0) shown here. For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).

Example:

Router# conf t
Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/3/0

Selects controller and enter DSL group configuration mode.

Note See the "Configuring Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM" section for details about creating and configuring DSL groups.

Step 2 

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link-number 
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#

Selects DSL pair link number.

Step 3 

shdsl rate {number | auto}
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 
2304

For more information, refer to the "Command Reference" section.

Selects rate for controller.

Step 4 

exit
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)#

Exits dsl-group configuration mode.

Step 5 

exit
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#

Exits controller configuration mode.

Step 6 

For EFM mode:

interface Ethernet <slot>/<subslot>/<0>
 
        

Example:

Router(config)# interface ethernet 0/3/0
Router#
 
        
 
        

For ATM mode:

interface atm <slot>/<subslot>/<0>
 
        

Example:

Router(config)# interface atm 0/3/0
Router#

For EFM mode:

Enters the interface Ethernet configuration mode.

For ATM mode:

Enters the interface atm configuration mode.

Step 7 

For ATM mode:

interface atm <slot>/<subslot>/<0>
 
        

Example:

Router(config)# interface atm 0/3/0
Router#
 

Step 8 

ip address <IP-address> <subnet mask>
 
        

Example:

Router(config)# ip address 5.5.5.1 255.255.255.0
Router(config-if)#

Assigns an IP address to the DSL Ethernet/ATM/IMA interface.

Step 9 

For ATM mode:

pvc vpi/vci
 
        

Example:

Router(config-if)# pvc 1/100

Creating a pvc on the atm/ima interface

Step 10 

For ATM mode:

cbr pcr
 
        

Example:

Router(config-if)# cbr pcr 

Configures atm traffic class of service.

Step 11 

exit
 
        

Example:

Router(config-if)# exit
Router(config)#

Exits from interface configuration mode.

Step 12 

exit
 
        

Example:

Router(config)# exit
Router#

Exits from global configuration mode.

Step 13 

For EFM mode:

show interface ethernet [slot/port-adapter/port]
 
        

Example:

Router# show interface ethernet 0/3/0
 
        
 
        

For ATM mode:

show interface atm [slot/port-adapter/port]
 
        

Example:

Router# show interface atm 0/3/0
 
        

For EFM mode:

Verifies the Ethernet interface configuration.

  

  

  

For ATM mode:

Verifies the ATM interface configuration.

Default dsl-group configurations

For the dsl-group command, the following default values apply.

Option
Default Value
Description

shdsl rate

auto

Selects the best data rate possible for the given configurations at Central Office (CO) and Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) locations.

You can configure the current and worst case SNR margins using the shdsl rate auto command to enable rate adaption/PMMS/line probing.

Example:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate auto ?
  current  Current SNR Margin
  worst    Worst SNR Margin
  <cr>

For more information, refer to the "Command Reference" section.


Examples

The examples in this section show the output of a 2-wire configuration in EFM mode and in ATM Mode. The commands include:

show controllers shdsl

show controllers ethernet

EFM mode

The following examples show the output of a 2-wire configuration in EFM mode.

show controllers shdsl

Router# sh controllers shdsl 0/3/0
Controller SHDSL 0/3/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 3 
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CPE termination
  cdb=0x14F0584, plugin=0x14DF8BC, ds=0x12FFBEF0 base=0xEC600000
  FPGA Version is A11
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20110906071435
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: V1.7.2.0
  DFE Firmware version: V-1.1.7.10__2  10 
  Group info:
        Type: EFM 2-wire status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/3/0, hwidb: 0x131CF7A4
         ATM Interface: ATM0/3/0, hwidb: 0x131D428C
  Currently active interface: Ethernet
        Configured/active num links: 1/1, bit map: 0x1/0x1
        Line termination: CPE, Annex: B
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 16-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
        Loopback type: None
        Dying Gasp: Present
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: 2-wire, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 265 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data frames: 1
             EFM-TC Rx: data frames: 1
        RMII Device Stats at NPU:
             tx_packets: 1,  rx_packets: 1
             tx_bytes: 81,  rx_bytes: 81
             tx_dropped: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_err_fcs: 0,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII FA Stats at NPU:
             forward_packets: 1,  forwarded_bytes: 77
             tx_queue_drop_packets: 0,  mtu_drop_packets: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII Device Stats at NPU:
             tx_packets: 1,  rx_packets: 1
             tx_bytes: 81,  rx_bytes: 81
             tx_dropped: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_err_fcs: 0,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0

show controllers ethernet

Router# sh controllers ethernet 0/3/0
IOS DS Rx/Tx Counters:
--------------------------:
Tx Head    = 6
Tx Tail    = 6
Tx Count   = 0
Rx Head    = 0
Rx Tail    = 0
 
   
 IOS DS Misc counters 
----------------------
HWIC Host Reg Addr  = 0xECFEC000
HWIC Common Reg Addr = 0xEC600000
HW Namestring        = Ethernet0/3/0
Tx Ring Entries      = 64
Rx Ring Entries      = 64
IRQ 1 Count          = 0
DDR Tx CRC           = 0
DDR Clock Miss       = 0
DDR Tx Overrun       = 0
MAC Tx Underrun      = 0
MAC Rx Overrun       = 0
MAC Large Frame      = 0
MAC Rx CRC           = 0
SW filtered pak      = 0
Multicast related information
 ------------------------------
 Software MAC address filter(hash:length/addr/mask/hits):
-------------------------------------------------------
0x00:  0  ffff.ffff.ffff  0000.0000.0000         0
0xBB:  0  0021.1bfc.aea0  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC0:  0  0180.c200.0002  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC0:  1  0100.0ccc.cccc  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC5:  0  0180.c200.0007  0000.0000.0000         0
Hardware MAC address filter table:
----------------------------------
Multicast ingress filter control reg is  0x1F
 
   
 Exact filter at address: address to be filtered
-------------------------------------------------
0xEC602104: 0021.1BFC.AEA0
0xEC60210A: FFFF.FFFF.FFFF
0xEC602110: 0180.C200.0007
0xEC602116: 0180.C200.0002
0xEC60211C: 0100.0CCC.CCCC
0xEC602122: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC602128: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC60212E: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC602134: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC60213A: 0000.0000.0000
 Exact filter at address 0xA4E8208 5 free, in_use: 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
 Multicast@0xA4E8284 hash: 
 hash table 0 : 0000
 hash table 1 : 0000
 hash table 2 : 0000
 hash table 3 : 0000
 Multicast hash key instances:
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
 
   
Promiscuous Mode is OFFMAC110 general registers
Control Register (0x8210):
 MAC Enable  1  Short Packet Padding  1
 Loopback Mode  0  TXCRC Gen  1
 
   
Latency Register: (0xFFFE)
 Tx FIFO MAX Packet Count : 31
 Tx FIFO MAX Byte Count : 2046
 
   
Congestion Management Info:
tx-ring-limit: 64, high water_mark: 64, low water_mark: 60
Congestion Notification Register: (0x8000)
  Queue Id : 0
 Queue Status : Below low watermark
 
   
Status Register (0x0004):
 TX MAC pause 0  RX MAC pause 0
 
   
MAC110 Frame statistics registers
---------------------------------
Egress frame counters:
----------------------
Frame Count       6         
Byte Count      486 
Abort Count     0 
Tx64 Bytes Packet Count0         
Tx65_to_127 Bytes Packet Count6 
Tx128_to_255 Bytes Packet Count0 
Tx256_to_511  Bytes Packet Count 0 
Tx512_to_1023 Bytes Packet Count 0 
Tx1024_to_1518 Bytes Packet Count 0 
TxUndersize Packet Count  0 
TxOversize  Packet Count  0 
 
   
Ingress frame counters:
--------------------------
Frame Count           6 
Byte  Count           486 
Multicast Filt Drops  6 
Multicast Frames      6 
CRC Error Count       0 
Congestion Drop Count 0 
Oversize Drop Count   0 
Pause Frame Count     0 
Rx64 bytes Packet Count  0 
Rx65_to_127 bytes Packet Count 6 
Rx128_to_255 bytes Packet Count  0 
Rx256_to_511 bytes Packet Count  0 
Rx512_to_1023 bytes Packet Count  0 
Rx1024_to_1518 bytes Packet Count 0 
RxUndersize Packet Count   0 
RxOversize  Packet  Count  0 
 
   
******* HWIC Host Registers at ECFEC000 *******
Status (0x00):
    Card Present Low            0       Graceful Stop Tx Complete   0
Config (0x0000360E):
    Hwic Reset                  0       Hwic Host Reset             0
    Hwic DDR Bus 50MHZ Enable   0       Hwic EHWIC Mode Enable      1
    Hwic IRQ2 Type              Mgmt    Hwic IRQ1 Type              Err
    Rx Queue Watermark Enable   0       Auto XOFF When Full         0
    Rx Int On Last              0       Graceful Stop Tx            0
    Generic Rx Enable           1       Generic Tx Enable           1
    DDR Enable                  1       Loopback                    0
Error Interrupt Enable (0x20D7E):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Int     0
    Rx Done Error Int           1       Card Present Change Int     0
    Hwic Int Frame Error Int    0x00    Tx First Last Error Int     1
    Tx Done Error Int           1       IRQ2 Int                    0
    IRQ1 Int                    1       Host Specific Error Int     0
    Rx Overrun Int              1       DDR RxClk Missing Int       1
    Reg RW Timeout Int          1       Reg RW Error Int            1
    Rx CRC Int                  1       Rx Format Error Int         1
    DMA Error Int               0
Management Interrupt Enable (0x0200):
    Hwic Int Frame Mgmt Int     0x00
    IRQ2 Int                    1
    IRQ1 Int                    0       Graceful Stop Tx Int        0
Network Interrupt Enable (0x00001C01):
    GDF Ring 3 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 2 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
     Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 1 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 0 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        1
    Generic Frame Rx Int        1       DMA Write Int               1
    IRQ2 Int                    0       IRQ1 Int                    0
    Int Frame Network Int       0x01
Error Interrupt Event (0xA94B6BF):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Event   1
    Rx Done Error Event         0       Card Present Change Event   0
    Hwic Int Frame Error Event  0x0B    Tx First Last Error Event   0
    Tx Done Error Event         1       IRQ2 Event                  1
    IRQ1 Event                  0       Host Specific Error Event   1
    Rx Overrun Event            0       DDR RxClk Missing Event     1
    Reg RW Timeout Event        1       Reg RW Error Event          1
    Rx CRC Event                1       Rx Format Error Event       1
    DMA Error Event             1
Management Interrupt Event (0x9072):
    Hwic Int Frame Mgmt Event   0x09
    IRQ2 Int                    0
    IRQ1 Int                    0       Graceful Stop Tx Event      0
Network Interrupt Event (0x24222044):
 GDF Ring 3 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         0       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 2 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         1       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 1 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         0       Generic Frame Tx Event      1
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 0 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         1       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0       DMA Write Event             0
    IRQ2 Event                  0       IRQ1 Event                  0
    Int Frame Network Event     0x44
HWICRegisterOffset        0x0000        HWICRegisterErrorAddress  0x00000000
HWICRegisterTimeout       0x0000C350
TxControlFrameCounter     0x0280A9      RxControlFrameCounter     0x02657B
TxDataFrameCounter        0x000001      RxDataFrameCounter        0x000000
RegisterRWErrorCounter    0x0000        RxOverrunErrorCounter     0x0000
RxCRCErrorCounter         0x0000        RxFrameDropCounter        0x0000
TxBufferExtension         0x00          RxBufferExtension         0x00
HWICQueueBaseExtension    0x00          
GDF Ring 0 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0007        HWICQueueBase             0x1DAD
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x4038
    TxQueueBase               0x08          TxQueueTail               0x07
    TxQueueSize               0x40          TxQueueHead               0x07
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x4800
    RxQueueBase               0x09          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x40          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x060C        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
DMAOffsetExtension        0x00
DMAOffset                 0x0000        DMAWindow                 0x0000
HWICSuspResDbg Register   0x0000        HWICArbConfig Register    0x000F
GDF Ring 1 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Ring 2 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Ring 3 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Error Interrupt Enable Register (0x0000):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Int       0x00    GDF Rx Done Error Int         0x00
    GDF Tx First/Last Error Int   0x00    GDF Tx Done Error Int         0x00
GDF Error Interrupt Event Register (0x0000):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Event     0x00    GDF Rx Done Error Event       0x00
    GDF Tx First/Last Error Event 0x00    GDF Tx Done Error Event       0x00
    ******* HWIC Common Registers at EC600000 *******
HWIC ID:       0x2
HWIC Revision: 0x0
HWIC Status:   0x0
HWIC DDR TXCRC:0x0
HWIC Control:  0xC000
    DDR  Enable             1       Software Reset          1
    Interrupt Module Reset  0       GDF Module Reset        0
    DMA Module Reset        0       Flow Control Reset      0
    IRQ2 Global Int Mask    0       IRQ1 Global Int Mask    0
    DDR TXCRC Int Mask      0       DDR TXClk Loss Int Mask 0
    TX Fifo Overrun Int Mask 0
HWIC Interrupt Event: 0x0
    DDR TXCRC Int           0       DDR TXClk Loss Int      0
    TX Fifo Overrun Int     0
HWIC Diag 1: 0x0
HWIC Diag 2: 0x1C05
 
   
******* HWIC Rx/Tx Rings *******
 rxr @(1DAD4800) head (0) tail (0) entries (64) serviced (0)
 txr @(1DAD4000) head (7) tail (7) entries (64) serviced (7) count (0)
  bd(1DAD4800): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CE8D780
 
   

<Output abbreviated due to space constraints>

ATM Mode

The following examples show the output of a 2-wire configuration in ATM mode.

show controllers shdsl

show controllers atm

show controllers shdsl

Router# sh controllers shdsl 0/3/0
Controller SHDSL 0/3/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 3 
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CPE termination
  cdb=0x14F0584, plugin=0x14DF8BC, ds=0x12FFBEF0 base=0xEC600000
  FPGA Version is A11
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20110906071435
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: V1.7.2.0
  DFE Firmware version: V-1.1.7.10__2  10 
  Group info:
        Type: ATM 2-wire status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/3/0, hwidb: 0x1520110
         ATM Interface: ATM0/3/0, hwidb: 0xA5FD144
  Currently active interface: ATM
        Configured/active num links: 1/1, bit map: 0x1/0x1
        Line termination: CPE, Annex: B
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 16-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
        Loopback type: None
        Dying Gasp: Present
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state
                LOSW Defect alarm: none
                SNR Margin alarm: none
                 Loop Attenuation alarm: none
                Termination: CPE, Line mode: 2-wire, Annex: B
                Line coding: 16-TCPAM
                Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
                Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
                Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
                Power Back Off: 6dB
                LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 26dB
                Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 150 seconds)
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
                Previous 15 minute statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
                Current 24 hr statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
                Previous 24 hr statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        ATM Stats:
                ATM-TC Tx: data cells: 0, Idle/Unassigned: 254933993
                ATM-TC Rx: data cells: 0, uncorr HEC: 14
                ATM-TC Rx: OCD: 2, LCD start: 0, LCD end: 0
        RMII Device Stats at NPU:
                tx_packets: 0,  rx_packets: 0
                tx_bytes: 0,  rx_bytes: 0
                tx_dropped: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
                tx_err_fcs: 0,  rx_err_fcs: 0
                tx_mac_pause: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
        ATM Stats at NPU:
 
   
        UTOPIA device Stats at NPU:
                tx_cells: 0,  rx_cells: 0
                tx_oam_cells: 0,  rx_oam_cells: 0
                tx_clp0_cells: 0,  rx_clp0_cells: 0
                rx_crc_err_cells: 0,  rx_unsupported_cells: 0

show controllers atm

Router# show controllers atm0/3/0
Interface: ATM0/3/0, Hardware: MPC ATMSAR, State: up
IDB: 0x0A5FD144  Instance: 0x1334B2E4  PHY Inst: 0x00000000  us_bwidth: 2304    
Slot:    0         Unit:     3         pkt Size: 4528    
Sar ctrl queue: max depth = 0, current queue depth = 0, 
                drops = 0, urun cnt = 0, total cnt = 0
 
   
VC TX ring stats:
VCD  VPI  VCI  Tx_ring_High_Watermark  Tx_ring_Low_Watermark   Queue_Depth
==========================================================================
 
   
VC queues buffering status:
VCD  VPI  VCI  Buffering status
================================
 
   
VC QoS Summary
--------------
  Active            Scheduled
VCD VPI VCI  COS ST     COS       PCR(c)  PCR(a)  SCR/MCR(c)  SCR/MCR(a)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
   
OAM statistics (vcd/count/drop)
-------------------------------
1/0/0  2/0/0  3/0/0  4/0/0  5/0/0  6/0/0  7/0/0  8/0/0  
Misc Oam Drops: 0
 
   
ATM Encap Mapping
                                                Tx Congestion
Entry MAC address    VPI/VCI   VCD sts       set        clr     fastsend   safestart    
drops
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----
 
   

<Output abbreviated due to space constraints. The show controller ethernet output follows from this point.>

Configuring 2-Wire Non-bonding DSL Group

To configure a 2-wire non-bonding DSL group on a Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM, use the Cisco IOS CLI on the router in global configuration mode. Configuring 2-wire non-bonding DSL group is the same for EFM and ATM modes.


Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0

2. mode {atm | efm}

3. dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link-number

4. shdsl rate {number | auto}

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0
 
        

Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0) shown here. For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).

Example:

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the controller and enters config-controller mode.

See the "controller shdsl" section for more information.

Step 2 

mode {atm | efm}
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# mode efm
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the mode.

Step 3 

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link-number 
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0
Router(config-controller)#

Creates a non-bonding DSL group and enters config-controller-dsl-group mode.

See the "dsl-group" section for more information.

Step 4 

shdsl rate {number | auto}
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
For more information, refer to the "Command Reference" 
section.

Defines the SHDSL rate.

Examples

The following examples use the G.SHDSL commands to configure a 2-wire DSL group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA or C888EA in ATM and EFM modes.

2-Wire DSL Group Configuration in ATM mode

2-Wire DSL Group Configuration in EFM mode

2-Wire DSL Group Configuration in ATM mode

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config-controller)# mode atm
 
   
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
 
   
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/2/0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/2/0, changed 
state to down
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate ?
 
   
<192-5696>  DSL Rate (excluding DSL overhead) in kbps
auto auto rate mode
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2304
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)# exit
 
   

2-Wire DSL Group Configuration in EFM mode

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/3/0
Router(config-controller)# mode efm 
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
*Mar 31 08:46:26.412: %SHDSL_EA-5-DSLGROUP_UPDOWN: SHDSL dsl-group state changed to down.
*Mar 31 08:46:28.412: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Ethernet0/3/0, changed state to down
*Mar 31 08:46:29.412: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface Ethernet0/3/0, 
changed state to down

Configuring Bonding Groups in ATM Mode

Use the Cisco IOS CLI on the router in global configuration mode to configure bonding groups in the ATM mode on the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, or on the C888EA. There are two types of bonding groups possible in ATM mode: M-pair and IMA.


Note To ensure a successful bonding group in the ATM mode configuration, confirm that the central office (CO) network equipment that is connected with the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA is also configured with the same bonding group type.



Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. controller shdsl slot number / slot number / 0

2. mode atm

3. dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link {m-pair | ima}

4. shdsl rate {number | auto}


Note Annex and TC-PAM (Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation) are not configurable. They are configured automatically according to the central office (CO) settings.


DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

For EHWICs:

controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0
 
        

Example:

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config-controller)#
 
        

For C888EA fixed platform:

controller shdsl slot number
 
        

Example:

Router (config)# controller shdsl 0
Router (config-controller)#

Selects the controller and enters config-controller mode.

See the "controller shdsl" section for more information.

Step 2 

mode atm 

Example:

Router(config-controller)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the ATM mode.

Step 3 

For M-pair:

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link m-pair
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 
m-pair
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
 
        

For IMA:

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link ima

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 
ima
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#

For M-pair:

Creates an M-pair bonding DSL group and enters config-controller-dsl-group mode.

For IMA:

Creates an IMA DSL group and enters config-controller-dsl-group mode.

See the "dsl-group" section for more information.

Step 4 

shdsl rate {number | auto}
 
        

Example:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
For more information, refer to the "Command Reference" 
section.

Defines the SHDSL rate.

Examples

The examples in this section show how to configure bonding groups in the ATM mode on the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, or on the C888EA. The examples include:

Configuring an M-pair bonding DSL group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA

Configuring an M-pair bonding DSL group on a C888EA

Configuring an IMA bonding group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA

Configuring an IMA bonding group on a C888EA

Configuring an M-pair bonding DSL group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA

The following example shows the G.SHDSL commands used to configure an M-pair bonding DSL group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA.

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 m-pair
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/2/0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/2/0, changed 
state to down
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#

Configuring an M-pair bonding DSL group on a C888EA

The following example shows the G.SHDSL commands used to configure an M-pair bonding DSL group on a C888EA.

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0
Router(config)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 m-pair
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0, changed state 
to down
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#

Configuring an IMA bonding group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA

The following example shows the G.SHDSL commands used to configure an IMA bonding group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA.

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 ima
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/2/IMA0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/2/IMA0, changed 
state to down
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#

Configuring an IMA bonding group on a C888EA

The following example shows the G.SHDSL commands used to configure an IMA bonding group on a C888EA.

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0
Router(config)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 ima
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0, changed state 
to down
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#

Configuring Auto Groups in ATM Mode

Use the Cisco IOS CLI on the host router in global configuration mode to configure auto groups in the ATM mode on the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, or on the C888EA.


Note For IMA configurations, do not use dsl-group auto. Instead, use manual IMA configuration. For more information, see the IMA example in the "Configuring Bonding Groups in ATM Mode" section.



Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. controller shdsl slot number / slot number / 0

2. mode atm

3. dsl-group auto

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0
 
        

Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0) shown here. For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).

Example:

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the controller and enters config-controller mode.

See the "controller shdsl" section for more information.

Step 2 

mode atm 

Example:

Router(config-controller)# mode atm
Router(config-controller)#

Selects the ATM mode.

Step 3 

dsl-group auto 

Example:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group auto
Router(config-controller-dsl-auto)#

Creates an AutoDSL group and enters config-controller-dsl-auto mode.

See the "dsl-group" section for more information.

Example

The following example shows how to use the dsl-group command to create an auto group, and enter configuration controller dsl-auto group mode.

C1921_CPE(config-controller)# dsl-group auto
C1921_CPE(config-controller-dsl-group-auto)#
*Aug 24 06:15:09.475 PDT: %SHDSL_EA-5-DSLGROUP_UPDOWN: SHDSL 0/1/0 dsl-group state changed 
to down.
*Aug 24 06:15:11.475 PDT: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/1/0, changed state to down
*Aug 24 06:15:12.475 PDT: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/1/0, 
changed state to down

Configuring an EFM-Bonding Group

Use the Cisco IOS CLI on the router in global configuration mode to configure an EFM-bonding group on the Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM.


Note To ensure a successful EFM-bonding group configuration, confirm that the central office (CO) network equipment that is connected with the Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM is configured for EFM-bonding.



Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. controller shdsl slot number / slot number / 0

2. mode efm

3. dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link efm-bond

4. shdsl rate {number | auto}

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0
 
        

Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0) shown here. For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).

Example:

Router (config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router (config-controller)#

Selects the controller and enters config-controller mode.

See the "controller shdsl" section for more information.

Step 2 

mode efm
 
        

Example:

Router (config-controller)# mode efm
Router (config-controller)#

Selects the EFM mode.

Step 3 

dsl-group DSL_group_number pairs link efm-bond
 
        

Example:

Router (config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0 
efm-bond
Router (config-controller-dsl-group)#

Creates an DSL group with EFM bonding and enters config-controller-dsl-group mode.

See the "dsl-group" section for more information.

Step 4 

shdsl rate {number | auto}
 
        

Example:

Router (config-controller)# shdsl rate 2048
For more information, refer to the "Command Reference" 
section.

Defines the SHDSL rate.

Examples

The following example uses the G.SHDSL commands to configure an efm-bonding group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA.

Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router(config-controller)# mode efm
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0 efm-bond
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Ethernet0/2/0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface Ethernet0/2/0, 
changed state to down
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#

Configuring Auto Groups in EFM Mode

Use the Cisco IOS CLI on the router in global configuration mode to configure auto groups in the EFM mode.


Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. controller shdsl slot number / slot number / 0

2. mode efm

3. dsl-group auto

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

controller shdsl slot number/subslot number/0
 
        

Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0) shown here. For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).

Example:

Router (config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
Router (config-controller)#

Selects the controller and enters config-controller mode.

See the "controller shdsl" section for more information.

Step 2 

mode efm
 
        

Example:

Router (config-controller)# mode efm
Router (config-controller)#

Selects the EFM mode.

Step 3 

dsl-group auto
 
        

Example:

Router (config-controller)# dsl-group auto
Router (config-controller-dsl-auto)#

Creates an AutoDSL group and enters config-controller-dsl-auto mode.

See the "dsl-group" section for more information.

Example

The following example shows how to use the dsl-group command to create an auto group and enter configuration controller dsl-auto group mode.

C1921_CPE(config-controller)# dsl-group auto
C1921_CPE(config-controller-dsl-group-auto)#
*Aug 24 06:16:01.063 PDT: %SHDSL_EA-5-DSLGROUP_UPDOWN: SHDSL 0/1/0 dsl-group state changed 
to down.
*Aug 24 06:16:02.059 PDT: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface Ethernet0/1/0, 
changed state to down
*Aug 24 06:16:03.063 PDT: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Ethernet0/1/0, changed state to down
C1921_CPE(config-controller-dsl-group-auto)#

Troubleshooting Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM

To troubleshoot Cisco G.SHDSL EFM/ATM, use the following new and published Cisco IOS commands. All other Cisco IOS software commands used with G.SHDSL EFM/ATM are documented in the Cisco IOS Release Release: <optional, example: Cisco IOS Release 15.1(1)T> command reference publication at Cisco.com:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6441/tsd_products_support_series_home.html


Note For EHWICs, use the three-tuple notation (slot number/subslot number/0). For fixed platforms, use the single-tuple notation (slot number).


SUMMARY STEPS

1. show controllers shdsl slot number / subslot number / 0 [detailed | brief]

2. show interface ethernet slot / subslot number / 0 (in EFM mode)

3. show controllers ethernet slot / subslot number / 0 (in EFM mode)

4. show interface atm slot / subslot number / 0 (in ATM mode)

5. show controllers atm slot / subslot number / 0 (in ATM mode)

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command
Purpose

Step 1 

show controllers shdsl slot number/subslot number/0 
[detailed | brief]
 
        

Example:

Router# show controllers shdsl 0/2/0 detailed

Displays the status of SHDSL controllers.

See the "show controllers shdsl" section for more information.

Step 2 

show interface ethernet slot/subslot number/0
 
        

Example:

Router# show interface ethernet 0/1/0

Displays Ethernet interface status.

Step 3 

show controllers ethernet slot/subslot number/0
 
        

Example:

Router# show controllers ethernet 0/1/0

Displays information about the Ethernet controller.

Step 4 

show interface atm slot/subslot number/0
 
        

Example:

Router# show interface atm 0/1/0

Displays ATM interface status.

Step 5 

show controllers atm slot/subslot number/0
 
        

Example:

Router# show controllers atm 0/1/0

Displays information about the ATM controller.

Examples

The examples in this section show how to display the state of an EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA in a 2-wire configuration, in ATM Mode and in EFM Mode. The commands include:

ATM Mode

show controllers shdsl detailed

show controllers ethernet

EFM Mode

show controllers shdsl detailed

show controllers ethernet

interface ethernet

Debugging Commands

ATM Mode

The following examples show the output of an IMA configuration in ATM mode.

show controllers shdsl detailed

show controllers ethernet

show controllers shdsl detailed

Router# sh controllers shdsl 0/3/0 detailed
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/3/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 3 
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CPE termination
  cdb=0x14F0584, plugin=0x14DF8BC, ds=0x12FFBEF0 base=0xEC600000
  FPGA Version is A11
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20110906071435
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: V1.7.2.0
  DFE Firmware version: V-1.1.7.10__2  10 
  Group info:
        Type: EFM bond status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/3/0, hwidb: 0x131CF7A4
         ATM Interface: ATM0/3/0, hwidb: 0x131D428C
  Currently active interface: Ethernet
        Configured/active num links: 4/4, bit map: 0xF/0xF
        Line termination: CPE, Annex: B
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 16-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: AUTO/9216 kbps
         EFM bonding group is configured
         EFM bonding group stats:
        Loopback type: None
        Dying Gasp: Present
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state 
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 0
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 0
        SHDSL wire-pair (1) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 1
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 1
        SHDSL wire-pair (2) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 5dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 0
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 0
        SHDSL wire-pair (3) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
              Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 18dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 0
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 0
        RMII Device Stats at NPU:
             txrx_frames_64: 0,  txrx_frames_127: 2
             txrx_frames_255: 0,  txrx_frames_511: 0
             txrx_frames_1023: 0,  txrx_frames_1518: 0
             txrx_frames_1522: 0,  rx_bytes: 81
             rx_packets: 1,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             rx_multicast: 1,  rx_broadcast: 0
             rx_mac_control: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
             rx_mac_unknown: 0,  rx_err_alignment: 0
             rx_err_length: 0,  rx_err_code: 0
             rx_false_carrier: 0,  rx_undersize: 0
             rx_oversize: 0,  rx_fragments: 0
             rx_jabber: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_bytes: 81,  tx_packets: 1
             tx_multicast: 1,  tx_broadcast: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  tx_defer: 0
             tx_excess_defer: 0,  tx_single_collision: 0
             tx_multi_collision: 0,  tx_late_collision: 0
             tx_excess_collision: 0,  tx_no_collision: 0
             tx_mac_pause_honored: 0,  tx_dropped: 0
             tx_jabber: 0,  tx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_control: 0,  tx_oversize: 0
             tx_undersize: 0,  tx_fragments: 0
             rx_host_frames: 0,  rx_iw_frames: 0
             rx_err_host_full: 0,  rx_err_fbp_underrun: 0
             rx_err_nonvalid_mac: 0,  rx_err_mru: 0
             rx_err_sdu: 0,  tx_err_underrun: 0
             rx_err_overrun: 0,  tx_frames: 0
             g999_rx_pause_frames: 0,  g999_rx_errored_fragments: 
             rx_packets: 1,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             rx_multicast: 1,  rx_broadcast: 0
             rx_mac_control: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
             rx_mac_unknown: 0,  rx_err_alignment: 0
             rx_err_length: 0,  rx_err_code: 0
             rx_false_carrier: 0,  rx_undersize: 0
             rx_oversize: 0,  rx_fragments: 0
             rx_jabber: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_bytes: 81,  tx_packets: 1
             tx_multicast: 1,  tx_broadcast: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  tx_defer: 0
             tx_excess_defer: 0,  tx_single_collision: 0
             tx_multi_collision: 0,  tx_late_collision: 0
             tx_excess_collision: 0,  tx_no_collision: 0
             tx_mac_pause_honored: 0,  tx_dropped: 0
             tx_jabber: 0,  tx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_control: 0,  tx_oversize: 0
             tx_undersize: 0,  tx_fragments: 0
             rx_host_frames: 0,  rx_iw_frames: 0
             rx_err_host_full: 0,  rx_err_fbp_underrun: 0
             rx_err_nonvalid_mac: 0,  rx_err_mru: 0
             rx_err_sdu: 0,  tx_err_underrun: 0
             rx_err_overrun: 0,  tx_frames: 0
             g999_rx_pause_frames: 0,  g999_rx_errored_fragments: 0
             g999_rx_length_error: 0,  tx_frames: 1
             tx_bytes: 77,  rx_frames: 1
             rx_bytes: 81,  rx_dropped_frames: 0
             rx_pce_denied_frames: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII FA Stats at NPU:
             forward_packet: 1,  fbp_drop_packets: 0
             mtu_drop_packets: 0,  ttl_drop_packets: 0
             tx_queue_drop_packets: 0,  mpls_drop: 0
             denied_packets: 0,  group_filtered_packets: 0
             forwarded_bytes: 77,  gtp_bad_headers: 0
             policer_non_conforming_packets: 0,  cfm_mac_in_mac_drop: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII Device Stats at NPU:
             txrx_frames_64: 0,  txrx_frames_127: 2
             txrx_frames_255: 0,  txrx_frames_511: 0
             txrx_frames_1023: 0,  txrx_frames_1518: 0
             txrx_frames_1522: 0,  rx_bytes: 81
             rx_packets: 1,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             rx_multicast: 1,  rx_broadcast: 0
             rx_mac_control: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
             rx_mac_unknown: 0,  rx_err_alignment: 0
             rx_err_length: 0,  rx_err_code: 0
             rx_false_carrier: 0,  rx_undersize: 0
             rx_oversize: 0,  rx_fragments: 0
             rx_jabber: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_bytes: 81,  tx_packets: 1
             tx_multicast: 1,  tx_broadcast: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  tx_defer: 0
             tx_excess_defer: 0,  tx_single_collision: 0
             tx_multi_collision: 0,  tx_late_collision: 0
             tx_excess_collision: 0,  tx_no_collision: 0
             tx_mac_pause_honored: 0,  tx_dropped: 0
             tx_jabber: 0,  tx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_control: 0,  tx_oversize: 0
             tx_undersize: 0,  tx_fragments: 0
             rx_host_frames: 0,  rx_iw_frames: 0
             rx_err_host_full: 0,  rx_err_fbp_underrun: 0
             rx_err_nonvalid_mac: 0,  rx_err_mru: 0
             rx_err_sdu: 0,  tx_err_underrun: 0
             rx_err_overrun: 0,  tx_frames: 0
             g999_rx_pause_frames: 0,  g999_rx_errored_fragments: 0
             g999_rx_length_error: 0,  tx_frames: 1
             tx_bytes: 77,  rx_frames: 1
             rx_bytes: 81,  rx_dropped_frames: 0
             rx_pce_denied_frames: 0
 
   
        IPC Statistics: 
        SHDSL_EA Message Counters :
            Send Count     = 9828
            Send Err       = 0
            Send Timeout   = 0
            Recv Count     = 0
            Recv Err Count = 0
            opcode mismatch= 0
            Failed Count   = 0
            Unknown Count  = 0
 
   
        Notification Message Counters :
            Recv Count     = 26662
            Recv Err Count = 0
            Unknown Count  = 0

show controllers ethernet

Router# sh controllers ethernet 0/3/0
 
   
IOS DS Rx/Tx Counters:
--------------------------:
Tx Head    = 9
Tx Tail    = 9
Tx Count   = 0
Rx Head    = 0
Rx Tail    = 0
 
   
 IOS DS Misc counters 
----------------------
HWIC Host Reg Addr  = 0xECFEC000
HWIC Common Reg Addr = 0xEC600000
HW Namestring        = Ethernet0/3/0
Tx Ring Entries      = 64
Rx Ring Entries      = 64
IRQ 1 Count          = 0
DDR Tx CRC           = 0
DDR Clock Miss       = 0
DDR Tx Overrun       = 0
MAC Tx Underrun      = 0
MAC Rx Overrun       = 0
MAC Large Frame      = 0
MAC Rx CRC           = 0
SW filtered pak      = 0
 
Multicast related information
 ------------------------------
 Software MAC address filter(hash:length/addr/mask/hits):
-------------------------------------------------------
0x00:  0  ffff.ffff.ffff  0000.0000.0000         0
0xBB:  0  0021.1bfc.aea0  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC0:  0  0180.c200.0002  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC0:  1  0100.0ccc.cccc  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC5:  0  0180.c200.0007  0000.0000.0000         0
Hardware MAC address filter table:
----------------------------------
Multicast ingress filter control reg is  0x1F
 
   
 Exact filter at address: address to be filtered
-------------------------------------------------
0xEC602104: 0021.1BFC.AEA0
0xEC60210A: FFFF.FFFF.FFFF
0xEC602110: 0180.C200.0007
0xEC602116: 0180.C200.0002
0xEC60211C: 0100.0CCC.CCCC
0xEC602122: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC602128: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC60212E: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC602134: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC60213A: 0000.0000.0000
 Exact filter at address 0xA4E8208 5 free, in_use: 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
 Multicast@0xA4E8284 hash: 
 hash table 0 : 0000
 hash table 1 : 0000
 hash table 2 : 0000
 hash table 3 : 0000
 Multicast hash key instances:
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
 
   
Promiscuous Mode is OFFMAC110 general registers
Control Register (0x8210):
 MAC Enable  1  Short Packet Padding  1
 Loopback Mode  0  TXCRC Gen  1
 
   
Latency Register: (0xFFFE)
 Tx FIFO MAX Packet Count : 31
 Tx FIFO MAX Byte Count : 2046
 
   
Congestion Management Info:
tx-ring-limit: 64, high water_mark: 64, low water_mark: 60
Congestion Notification Register: (0x8000)
  Queue Id : 0
 Queue Status : Below low watermark
 
   
Status Register (0x0004):
 TX MAC pause 0  RX MAC pause 0
 
   
MAC110 Frame statistics registers
---------------------------------
Egress frame counters:
----------------------
Frame Count       9         
Byte Count      729       
Abort Count     0         
Tx64 Bytes Packet Count0         
Tx65_to_127 Bytes Packet Count9         
Tx128_to_255 Bytes Packet Count0         
Tx256_to_511  Bytes Packet Count 0         
Tx512_to_1023 Bytes Packet Count 0         
Tx1024_to_1518 Bytes Packet Count 0         
TxUndersize Packet Count  0         
TxOversize  Packet Count  0         
 
   
Ingress frame counters:
--------------------------
Frame Count           8         
Byte  Count           648       
Multicast Filt Drops  8         
Multicast Frames      8         
CRC Error Count       0         
Congestion Drop Count 0         
Oversize Drop Count   0         
Pause Frame Count     0         
Rx64 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx65_to_127 bytes Packet Count 8         
Rx128_to_255 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx256_to_511 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx512_to_1023 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx1024_to_1518 bytes Packet Count 0         
RxUndersize Packet Count   0         
RxOversize  Packet  Count  0         
 
   
******* HWIC Host Registers at ECFEC000 *******
Status (0x00):
    Card Present Low            0       Graceful Stop Tx Complete   0
Config (0x0000360E):
    Hwic Reset                  0       Hwic Host Reset             0
    Hwic DDR Bus 50MHZ Enable   0       Hwic EHWIC Mode Enable      1
    Hwic IRQ2 Type              Mgmt    Hwic IRQ1 Type              Err
    Rx Queue Watermark Enable   0       Auto XOFF When Full         0
    Rx Int On Last              0       Graceful Stop Tx            0
    Generic Rx Enable           1       Generic Tx Enable           1
    DDR Enable                  1       Loopback                    0
Error Interrupt Enable (0x20D7E):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Int     0
    Rx Done Error Int           1       Card Present Change Int     0
    Hwic Int Frame Error Int    0x00    Tx First Last Error Int     1
    Tx Done Error Int           1       IRQ2 Int                    0
    IRQ1 Int                    1       Host Specific Error Int     0
    Rx Overrun Int              1       DDR RxClk Missing Int       1
    Reg RW Timeout Int          1       Reg RW Error Int            1
    Rx CRC Int                  1       Rx Format Error Int         1
    DMA Error Int               0
Management Interrupt Enable (0x0200):
    Hwic Int Frame Mgmt Int     0x00
    IRQ2 Int                    1
    IRQ1 Int                    0       Graceful Stop Tx Int        0
Network Interrupt Enable (0x00001C01):
    GDF Ring 3 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 2 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 1 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 0 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        1
    Generic Frame Rx Int        1       DMA Write Int               1
    IRQ2 Int                    0       IRQ1 Int                    0
    Int Frame Network Int       0x01
Error Interrupt Event (0xA94B6BF):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Event   1
    Rx Done Error Event         0       Card Present Change Event   0
    Hwic Int Frame Error Event  0x0B    Tx First Last Error Event   0
    Tx Done Error Event         1       IRQ2 Event                  1
    IRQ1 Event                  0       Host Specific Error Event   1
    Rx Overrun Event            0       DDR RxClk Missing Event     1
    Reg RW Timeout Event        1       Reg RW Error Event          1
    Rx CRC Event                1       Rx Format Error Event       1
    DMA Error Event             1
Management Interrupt Event (0x9072):
    Hwic Int Frame Mgmt Event   0x09
    IRQ2 Int                    0
    IRQ1 Int                    0       Graceful Stop Tx Event      0
Network Interrupt Event (0x24222044):
GDF Ring 3 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         0       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 2 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         1       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 1 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         0       Generic Frame Tx Event      1
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 0 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         1       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0       DMA Write Event             0
    IRQ2 Event                  0       IRQ1 Event                  0
    Int Frame Network Event     0x44
HWICRegisterOffset        0x0000        HWICRegisterErrorAddress  0x00000000
HWICRegisterTimeout       0x0000C350
TxControlFrameCounter     0x123AA7      RxControlFrameCounter     0x117019
TxDataFrameCounter        0x000002      RxDataFrameCounter        0x000000
RegisterRWErrorCounter    0x0000        RxOverrunErrorCounter     0x0000
RxCRCErrorCounter         0x0000        RxFrameDropCounter        0x0000
TxBufferExtension         0x00          RxBufferExtension         0x00
HWICQueueBaseExtension    0x00          
GDF Ring 0 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0007        HWICQueueBase             0x1DAD
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x4048
    TxQueueBase               0x08          TxQueueTail               0x09
    TxQueueSize               0x40          TxQueueHead               0x09
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x4800
    RxQueueBase               0x09          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x40          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x060C        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
DMAOffsetExtension        0x00
DMAOffset                 0x0000        DMAWindow                 0x0000
HWICSuspResDbg Register   0x0000        HWICArbConfig Register    0x000F
GDF Ring 1 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Ring 2 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Ring 3 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Error Interrupt Enable Register (0x0000):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Int       0x00    GDF Rx Done Error Int         0x00
    GDF Tx First/Last Error Int   0x00    GDF Tx Done Error Int         0x00
GDF Error Interrupt Event Register (0x0000):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Event     0x00    GDF Rx Done Error Event       0x00
    GDF Tx First/Last Error Event 0x00    GDF Tx Done Error Event       0x00
 
   
******* HWIC Common Registers at EC600000 *******
HWIC ID:       0x2
HWIC Revision: 0x0
HWIC Status:   0x0
HWIC DDR TXCRC:0x0
HWIC Control:  0xC000
    DDR  Enable             1       Software Reset          1
    Interrupt Module Reset  0       GDF Module Reset        0
    DMA Module Reset        0       Flow Control Reset      0
    IRQ2 Global Int Mask    0       IRQ1 Global Int Mask    0
    DDR TXCRC Int Mask      0       DDR TXClk Loss Int Mask 0
    TX Fifo Overrun Int Mask 0
HWIC Interrupt Event: 0x0
    DDR TXCRC Int           0       DDR TXClk Loss Int      0
    TX Fifo Overrun Int     0
HWIC Diag 1: 0x0
HWIC Diag 2: 0x1C05
 
   
******* HWIC Rx/Tx Rings *******
 rxr @(1DAD4800) head (0) tail (0) entries (64) serviced (0)
 txr @(1DAD4000) head (9) tail (9) entries (64) serviced (9) count (0)
  bd(1DAD4800): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CE8D780
  bd(1DAD4808): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEACEC0
  bd(1DAD4810): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAC840
  bd(1DAD4818): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAC1C0
  bd(1DAD4820): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEABB40
  bd(1DAD4828): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAB4C0
  bd(1DAD4830): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAAE40
  bd(1DAD4838): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAA7C0
  bd(1DAD4840): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAA140
  bd(1DAD4848): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEA9AC0
  bd(1DAD4850): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEA9440
  bd(1DAD4858): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEA8DC0
 
   

<Output abbreviated due to space constraints>

EFM Mode

The following examples use commands to display detailed information about interfaces and controllers in EFM mode.

show controllers shdsl detailed

show controllers ethernet

interface ethernet

Debugging Commands

show controllers shdsl detailed

Router# sh controllers shdsl 0/3/0 detailed
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/3/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 3 
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CPE termination
  cdb=0x14F0584, plugin=0x14DF8BC, ds=0x12FFBEF0 base=0xEC600000
  FPGA Version is A11
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20110906071435
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: V1.7.2.0
  DFE Firmware version: V-1.1.7.10__2  10
  Group info:
        Type: EFM bond status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/3/0, hwidb: 0x131CF7A4
         ATM Interface: ATM0/3/0, hwidb: 0x131D428C
  Currently active interface: Ethernet
        Configured/active num links: 4/4, bit map: 0xF/0xF
        Line termination: CPE, Annex: B
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 16-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: AUTO/9216 kbps
         EFM bonding group is configured
         EFM bonding group stats:
        Loopback type: None
        Dying Gasp: Present
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state 
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 0
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 0
        SHDSL wire-pair (1) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 1
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 1
        SHDSL wire-pair (2) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
             Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 5dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 0
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 0
        SHDSL wire-pair (3) is in DSL UP state
             LOSW Defect alarm: none
             SNR Margin alarm: none
             Loop Attenuation alarm: none
              Termination: CPE, Line mode: EFM bond, Annex: B
             Line coding: 16-TCPAM
             Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
             Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
             Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
             Power Back Off: 6dB
             LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 18dB
             Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 556 seconds)
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 15 minute statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Current 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
             Previous 24 hr statistics
                ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
             EFM-TC Tx: data fragments: 0
             EFM-TC Rx: data fragments: 0
        RMII Device Stats at NPU:
             txrx_frames_64: 0,  txrx_frames_127: 2
             txrx_frames_255: 0,  txrx_frames_511: 0
             txrx_frames_1023: 0,  txrx_frames_1518: 0
             txrx_frames_1522: 0,  rx_bytes: 81
             rx_packets: 1,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             rx_multicast: 1,  rx_broadcast: 0
             rx_mac_control: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
             rx_mac_unknown: 0,  rx_err_alignment: 0
             rx_err_length: 0,  rx_err_code: 0
             rx_false_carrier: 0,  rx_undersize: 0
             rx_oversize: 0,  rx_fragments: 0
             rx_jabber: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_bytes: 81,  tx_packets: 1
             tx_multicast: 1,  tx_broadcast: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  tx_defer: 0
             tx_excess_defer: 0,  tx_single_collision: 0
             tx_multi_collision: 0,  tx_late_collision: 0
             tx_excess_collision: 0,  tx_no_collision: 0
             tx_mac_pause_honored: 0,  tx_dropped: 0
             tx_jabber: 0,  tx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_control: 0,  tx_oversize: 0
             tx_undersize: 0,  tx_fragments: 0
             rx_host_frames: 0,  rx_iw_frames: 0
             rx_err_host_full: 0,  rx_err_fbp_underrun: 0
             rx_err_nonvalid_mac: 0,  rx_err_mru: 0
             rx_err_sdu: 0,  tx_err_underrun: 0
             rx_err_overrun: 0,  tx_frames: 0
             g999_rx_pause_frames: 0,  g999_rx_errored_fragments: 
             rx_packets: 1,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             rx_multicast: 1,  rx_broadcast: 0
             rx_mac_control: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
             rx_mac_unknown: 0,  rx_err_alignment: 0
             rx_err_length: 0,  rx_err_code: 0
             rx_false_carrier: 0,  rx_undersize: 0
             rx_oversize: 0,  rx_fragments: 0
             rx_jabber: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_bytes: 81,  tx_packets: 1
             tx_multicast: 1,  tx_broadcast: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  tx_defer: 0
             tx_excess_defer: 0,  tx_single_collision: 0
             tx_multi_collision: 0,  tx_late_collision: 0
             tx_excess_collision: 0,  tx_no_collision: 0
             tx_mac_pause_honored: 0,  tx_dropped: 0
             tx_jabber: 0,  tx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_control: 0,  tx_oversize: 0
             tx_undersize: 0,  tx_fragments: 0
             rx_host_frames: 0,  rx_iw_frames: 0
             rx_err_host_full: 0,  rx_err_fbp_underrun: 0
             rx_err_nonvalid_mac: 0,  rx_err_mru: 0
             rx_err_sdu: 0,  tx_err_underrun: 0
             rx_err_overrun: 0,  tx_frames: 0
             g999_rx_pause_frames: 0,  g999_rx_errored_fragments: 0
             g999_rx_length_error: 0,  tx_frames: 1
             tx_bytes: 77,  rx_frames: 1
             rx_bytes: 81,  rx_dropped_frames: 0
             rx_pce_denied_frames: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII FA Stats at NPU:
             forward_packet: 1,  fbp_drop_packets: 0
             mtu_drop_packets: 0,  ttl_drop_packets: 0
             tx_queue_drop_packets: 0,  mpls_drop: 0
             denied_packets: 0,  group_filtered_packets: 0
             forwarded_bytes: 77,  gtp_bad_headers: 0
             policer_non_conforming_packets: 0,  cfm_mac_in_mac_drop: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII Device Stats at NPU:
             txrx_frames_64: 0,  txrx_frames_127: 2
             txrx_frames_255: 0,  txrx_frames_511: 0
             txrx_frames_1023: 0,  txrx_frames_1518: 0
             txrx_frames_1522: 0,  rx_bytes: 81
             rx_packets: 1,  rx_err_fcs: 0
             rx_multicast: 1,  rx_broadcast: 0
             rx_mac_control: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
             rx_mac_unknown: 0,  rx_err_alignment: 0
             rx_err_length: 0,  rx_err_code: 0
             rx_false_carrier: 0,  rx_undersize: 0
             rx_oversize: 0,  rx_fragments: 0
             rx_jabber: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
             tx_bytes: 81,  tx_packets: 1
             tx_multicast: 1,  tx_broadcast: 0
             tx_mac_pause: 0,  tx_defer: 0
             tx_excess_defer: 0,  tx_single_collision: 0
             tx_multi_collision: 0,  tx_late_collision: 0
             tx_excess_collision: 0,  tx_no_collision: 0
             tx_mac_pause_honored: 0,  tx_dropped: 0
             tx_jabber: 0,  tx_err_fcs: 0
             tx_control: 0,  tx_oversize: 0
             tx_undersize: 0,  tx_fragments: 0
             rx_host_frames: 0,  rx_iw_frames: 0
             rx_err_host_full: 0,  rx_err_fbp_underrun: 0
             rx_err_nonvalid_mac: 0,  rx_err_mru: 0
             rx_err_sdu: 0,  tx_err_underrun: 0
             rx_err_overrun: 0,  tx_frames: 0
             g999_rx_pause_frames: 0,  g999_rx_errored_fragments: 0
             g999_rx_length_error: 0,  tx_frames: 1
             tx_bytes: 77,  rx_frames: 1
             rx_bytes: 81,  rx_dropped_frames: 0
             rx_pce_denied_frames: 0
 
   
        IPC Statistics:
        SHDSL_EA Message Counters :
            Send Count     = 9828
            Send Err       = 0
            Send Timeout   = 0
            Recv Count     = 0
            Recv Err Count = 0
            opcode mismatch= 0
            Failed Count   = 0
            Unknown Count  = 0
 
   
        Notification Message Counters :
            Recv Count     = 26662
            Recv Err Count = 0
            Unknown Count  = 0

show controllers ethernet

Router# sh controllers ethernet 0/3/0
IOS DS Rx/Tx Counters:
--------------------------:
Tx Head    = 9
Tx Tail    = 9
Tx Count   = 0
Rx Head    = 0
Rx Tail    = 0
 
   
 IOS DS Misc counters 
----------------------
HWIC Host Reg Addr  = 0xECFEC000
HWIC Common Reg Addr = 0xEC600000
HW Namestring        = Ethernet0/3/0
Tx Ring Entries      = 64
Rx Ring Entries      = 64
IRQ 1 Count          = 0
DDR Tx CRC           = 0
DDR Clock Miss       = 0
DDR Tx Overrun       = 0
MAC Tx Underrun      = 0
MAC Rx Overrun       = 0
MAC Large Frame      = 0
MAC Rx CRC           = 0
SW filtered pak      = 0
 
Multicast related information
 ------------------------------
 Software MAC address filter(hash:length/addr/mask/hits):
-------------------------------------------------------
0x00:  0  ffff.ffff.ffff  0000.0000.0000         0
0xBB:  0  0021.1bfc.aea0  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC0:  0  0180.c200.0002  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC0:  1  0100.0ccc.cccc  0000.0000.0000         0
0xC5:  0  0180.c200.0007  0000.0000.0000         0
Hardware MAC address filter table:
----------------------------------
Multicast ingress filter control reg is  0x1F
 
   
 Exact filter at address: address to be filtered
-------------------------------------------------
0xEC602104: 0021.1BFC.AEA0
0xEC60210A: FFFF.FFFF.FFFF
0xEC602110: 0180.C200.0007
0xEC602116: 0180.C200.0002
0xEC60211C: 0100.0CCC.CCCC
0xEC602122: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC602128: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC60212E: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC602134: 0000.0000.0000
0xEC60213A: 0000.0000.0000
 Exact filter at address 0xA4E8208 5 free, in_use: 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
 Multicast@0xA4E8284 hash: 
 hash table 0 : 0000
 hash table 1 : 0000
 hash table 2 : 0000
 hash table 3 : 0000
 Multicast hash key instances:
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 
 
   
Promiscuous Mode is OFFMAC110 general registers
Control Register (0x8210):
 MAC Enable  1  Short Packet Padding  1
 Loopback Mode  0  TXCRC Gen  1
 
   
Latency Register: (0xFFFE)
 Tx FIFO MAX Packet Count : 31
 Tx FIFO MAX Byte Count : 2046
 
   
Congestion Management Info:
tx-ring-limit: 64, high water_mark: 64, low water_mark: 60
Congestion Notification Register: (0x8000)
  Queue Id : 0
 Queue Status : Below low watermark
 
   
Status Register (0x0004):
 TX MAC pause 0  RX MAC pause 0
 
   
MAC110 Frame statistics registers
---------------------------------
Egress frame counters:
----------------------
Frame Count       9         
Byte Count      729       
Abort Count     0         
Tx64 Bytes Packet Count0         
Tx65_to_127 Bytes Packet Count9         
Tx128_to_255 Bytes Packet Count0         
Tx256_to_511  Bytes Packet Count 0         
Tx512_to_1023 Bytes Packet Count 0         
Tx1024_to_1518 Bytes Packet Count 0         
TxUndersize Packet Count  0         
TxOversize  Packet Count  0         
 
   
Ingress frame counters:
--------------------------
Frame Count           8         
Byte  Count           648       
Multicast Filt Drops  8         
Multicast Frames      8         
CRC Error Count       0         
Congestion Drop Count 0         
Oversize Drop Count   0         
Pause Frame Count     0         
Rx64 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx65_to_127 bytes Packet Count 8         
Rx128_to_255 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx256_to_511 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx512_to_1023 bytes Packet Count  0         
Rx1024_to_1518 bytes Packet Count 0         
RxUndersize Packet Count   0         
RxOversize  Packet  Count  0         
 
   
******* HWIC Host Registers at ECFEC000 *******
Status (0x00):
    Card Present Low            0       Graceful Stop Tx Complete   0
Config (0x0000360E):
    Hwic Reset                  0       Hwic Host Reset             0
    Hwic DDR Bus 50MHZ Enable   0       Hwic EHWIC Mode Enable      1
    Hwic IRQ2 Type              Mgmt    Hwic IRQ1 Type              Err
    Rx Queue Watermark Enable   0       Auto XOFF When Full         0
    Rx Int On Last              0       Graceful Stop Tx            0
    Generic Rx Enable           1       Generic Tx Enable           1
    DDR Enable                  1       Loopback                    0
Error Interrupt Enable (0x20D7E):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Int     0
    Rx Done Error Int           1       Card Present Change Int     0
    Hwic Int Frame Error Int    0x00    Tx First Last Error Int     1
    Tx Done Error Int           1       IRQ2 Int                    0
    IRQ1 Int                    1       Host Specific Error Int     0
    Rx Overrun Int              1       DDR RxClk Missing Int       1
    Reg RW Timeout Int          1       Reg RW Error Int            1
    Rx CRC Int                  1       Rx Format Error Int         1
    DMA Error Int               0
Management Interrupt Enable (0x0200):
    Hwic Int Frame Mgmt Int     0x00
    IRQ2 Int                    1
    IRQ1 Int                    0       Graceful Stop Tx Int        0
Network Interrupt Enable (0x00001C01):
    GDF Ring 3 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 2 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 1 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        0
    Generic Frame Rx Int        0
    GDF Ring 0 Interrupt Enables:
    Rx Frame Drop Int           0       Generic Frame Tx Int        1
    Generic Frame Rx Int        1       DMA Write Int               1
    IRQ2 Int                    0       IRQ1 Int                    0
    Int Frame Network Int       0x01
Error Interrupt Event (0xA94B6BF):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Event   1
    Rx Done Error Event         0       Card Present Change Event   0
    Hwic Int Frame Error Event  0x0B    Tx First Last Error Event   0
    Tx Done Error Event         1       IRQ2 Event                  1
    IRQ1 Event                  0       Host Specific Error Event   1
    Rx Overrun Event            0       DDR RxClk Missing Event     1
    Reg RW Timeout Event        1       Reg RW Error Event          1
    Rx CRC Event                1       Rx Format Error Event       1
    DMA Error Event             1
Management Interrupt Event (0x9072):
    Hwic Int Frame Mgmt Event   0x09
    IRQ2 Int                    0
    IRQ1 Int                    0       Graceful Stop Tx Event      0
Network Interrupt Event (0x24222044):
GDF Ring 3 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         0       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 2 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         1       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 1 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         0       Generic Frame Tx Event      1
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0
    GDF Ring 0 Interrupt Events:
    Rx Frame Drop Event         1       Generic Frame Tx Event      0
    Generic Frame Rx Event      0       DMA Write Event             0
    IRQ2 Event                  0       IRQ1 Event                  0
    Int Frame Network Event     0x44
HWICRegisterOffset        0x0000        HWICRegisterErrorAddress  0x00000000
HWICRegisterTimeout       0x0000C350
TxControlFrameCounter     0x123AA7      RxControlFrameCounter     0x117019
TxDataFrameCounter        0x000002      RxDataFrameCounter        0x000000
RegisterRWErrorCounter    0x0000        RxOverrunErrorCounter     0x0000
RxCRCErrorCounter         0x0000        RxFrameDropCounter        0x0000
TxBufferExtension         0x00          RxBufferExtension         0x00
HWICQueueBaseExtension    0x00          
GDF Ring 0 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0007        HWICQueueBase             0x1DAD
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x4048
    TxQueueBase               0x08          TxQueueTail               0x09
    TxQueueSize               0x40          TxQueueHead               0x09
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x4800
    RxQueueBase               0x09          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x40          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x060C        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
DMAOffsetExtension        0x00
DMAOffset                 0x0000        DMAWindow                 0x0000
HWICSuspResDbg Register   0x0000        HWICArbConfig Register    0x000F
GDF Ring 1 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Ring 2 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Ring 3 Registers:
    HWICQueueConfig Register  0x0000        HWICQueueBase             0x0000
    TXQueueTailBase Register  0x0000
    TxQueueBase               0x00          TxQueueTail               0x00
    TxQueueSize               0x00          TxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueHeadBase Register  0x0000
    RxQueueBase               0x00          RxQueueHead               0x00
    RxQueueSize               0x00          RxQueueTail               0x00
    RxBufferSize              0x0000        RxQueueHighWaterMark      0x00
    RxQueueLowWaterMark       0x00
GDF Error Interrupt Enable Register (0x0000):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Int       0x00    GDF Rx Done Error Int         0x00
    GDF Tx First/Last Error Int   0x00    GDF Tx Done Error Int         0x00
GDF Error Interrupt Event Register (0x0000):
    GDF Rx Resume Error Event     0x00    GDF Rx Done Error Event       0x00
    GDF Tx First/Last Error Event 0x00    GDF Tx Done Error Event       0x00
 
   
******* HWIC Common Registers at EC600000 *******
HWIC ID:       0x2
HWIC Revision: 0x0
HWIC Status:   0x0
HWIC DDR TXCRC:0x0
HWIC Control:  0xC000
    DDR  Enable             1       Software Reset          1
    Interrupt Module Reset  0       GDF Module Reset        0
    DMA Module Reset        0       Flow Control Reset      0
    IRQ2 Global Int Mask    0       IRQ1 Global Int Mask    0
    DDR TXCRC Int Mask      0       DDR TXClk Loss Int Mask 0
    TX Fifo Overrun Int Mask 0
HWIC Interrupt Event: 0x0
    DDR TXCRC Int           0       DDR TXClk Loss Int      0
    TX Fifo Overrun Int     0
HWIC Diag 1: 0x0
HWIC Diag 2: 0x1C05
 
   
******* HWIC Rx/Tx Rings *******
 rxr @(1DAD4800) head (0) tail (0) entries (64) serviced (0)
 txr @(1DAD4000) head (9) tail (9) entries (64) serviced (9) count (0)
  bd(1DAD4800): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CE8D780
  bd(1DAD4808): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEACEC0
  bd(1DAD4810): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAC840
  bd(1DAD4818): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAC1C0
  bd(1DAD4820): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEABB40
  bd(1DAD4828): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAB4C0
  bd(1DAD4830): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAAE40
  bd(1DAD4838): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAA7C0
  bd(1DAD4840): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEAA140
  bd(1DAD4848): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEA9AC0
  bd(1DAD4850): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEA9440
  bd(1DAD4858): flags 0000 length 0000 address 1CEA8DC0
 
   

<Output abbreviated due to space constraints>

interface ethernet

Router# show interface ethernet 0/3/0
 
   
Ethernet0/3/0 is down, line protocol is down 
  Hardware is HWIC_MAC110_FE, address is 0021.1bfc.ae8c (bia 0021.1bfc.ae8c)
  MTU 1500 bytes, BW 100000 Kbit/sec, DLY 100 usec, 
     reliability 255/255, txload 1/255, rxload 1/255
  Encapsulation ARPA, loopback not set
  Keepalive set (10 sec)
  ARP type: ARPA, ARP Timeout 04:00:00
  Last input never, output never, output hang never
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters never
  Input queue: 0/75/0/0 (size/max/drops/flushes); Total output drops: 0
  Queueing strategy: fifo
  Output queue: 0/40 (size/max)
  5 minute input rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
  5 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0 packets/sec
     0 packets input, 0 bytes, 0 no buffer
     Received 0 broadcasts (0 IP multicasts)
     0 runts, 0 giants, 1 throttles
     0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 frame, 0 overrun, 0 ignored
     0 input packets with dribble condition detected
     0 packets output, 0 bytes, 0 underruns
     0 output errors, 0 collisions, 3 interface resets
     0 unknown protocol drops
     0 babbles, 0 late collision, 0 deferred
   1 lost carrier, 0 no carrier
     0 output buffer failures, 0 output buffers swapped out

Debugging Commands

Use the following debug commands for further debugging:

debug shdsl-ea slot/sub-slot/port debug-option

Router# debug shdsl-ea 0/1/0 ?
 
   
  atm       Enable ATM debug
  dsl       Enable DSL state machine events debug
  efm       Enable EFM debug
  error     Enable Error events debug
  firmware  Enable Firmware debug
  init      Enable Init events debug
  ipc       Enable IPC debug
  mbx       Enable Mailbox debug
  mib       Enable MIB debug
 
   
Router# debug shdsl-ea 0/1/0 firmware ?
 
   
  atm         Enable ATM debug
  dna         Enable Discovery & Aggregation events debug
  dsl         Enable DSL events debug
  efm         Enable EFM debug
  eoc         Enable EOC events debug
  error       Enable Error events debug
  ima         Enable IMA events debug
  init        Enable Init events debug
  ipc         Enable IPC debug
  mbx         Enable Mailbox debug
  npu-detail  Enable NPU Detailed events debug
  phy         Enable DSL Phy debug options
 
   
Router# debug shdsl-ea 0/1/0 firmware phy ?
 
   
  detailed       Enable DSL Phy Detailed events debug
  stats          Enable DSL Phy Statistics events debug
  training-logs  Enable DSL Phy Training events debug
  <cr>

Firmware Update

This section describes the PHY firmware updates to the Cisco G.SHDSL multimode (ATM and EFM) EHWIC and the Cisco 888EA Integrated Services Router.

System Requirements

This section describes the system requirements for using SOCRATES-4e Firmware Update feature of the Cisco IOS software. This section describes the following:

Prerequisites

Upgrading to a New Firmware Release

Determining the Firmware Version

Prerequisites

The following prerequisites must be met before updating the firmware:

The package file must be available on the router's flash memory or the USB flash drive's memory.

Cisco IOS software Release 15.3(3)M or later should be installed.

Upgrading to a New Firmware Release

You can upgrade to a new firmware release using one of the following procedures:

Procedure 1


Step 1 Download the new firmware from the Cisco.com Software Center at: http://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?i=!y&mdfid=284367038&softwareid=284942912&release=1.7.5.0_11175002&os=UnixOrLinux.

Step 2 Copy the firmware to a designated location, either in the router's flash memory or a USB flash drive's memory.


Note If you are using a USB drive, insert the USB flash drive into the router.


Step 3 Configure the router to load the new firmware from the designated location using the following command:

Router# configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
Router(config)#controller shdsl 0/1/0
Router(config-controller)#firmware phy?
filename  filename to read firmware
update   firmware update or downgrade
 
   
Router(config-controller)# firmware phy filename ?
 
   
flash:      Download fw file name
usbflash0:  Download fw file name
 
   
Router(config-controller)#firmware phy filename flash: IDC_1.7.2.6_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg
Or
Router(config-controller)#firmware phy filename usbflash0: 
IDC_1.7.2.6_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg
 
   

Step 4 Update to the new firmware using one of the following methods:

Execute the following command:

Router(config-controller)# firmware phy update
 
   
Proceed phy firmware update with IDC_1.7.2.6_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg? [yes/no]:
 
   

When you are prompted to confirm whether to proceed with the firmware update, enter yes to proceed.

Save and reload the router to pick up the new firmware.


Note If you are using a USB drive, ensure that it is always inserted into the router. If it is not, the firmware cannot be downloaded using the firmware that is already configured.



Procedure 2


Step 1 Download the new firmware from the Cisco.com Software Center at: http://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?i=!y&mdfid=284367038&softwareid=284942912&release=1.7.5.0_11175002&os=UnixOrLinux.

Step 2 Copy the firmware to the router's flash memory and specify the destination filename as shdsl_ea_IDC_DFE.pkg.

Step 3 Update to the new firmware using one of the following methods:

Execute the following command:

Router(config-controller)# firmware phy update 

Proceed phy firmware update with shdsl_ea_IDC_DFE.pkg? [yes/no]:
 
   

When you are prompted to confirm whether to proceed with the firmware update, enter yes to proceed.

Save and reload the router to pick up the new firmware.


Note If shdsl_ea_IDC_DFE_.pkg is present in the router's flash memory, and the CLI filename is not set for the controller, the shdsl_ea controller PHY firmware will be loaded from shdsl_ea_IDC_DFE.pkg.


Determining the Firmware Version

In order to determine the version of the firmware that is currently running, execute the following command and review the PHY source, PHY firmware files, the Integrated Device Control (IDC) firmware version, and the DFE firmware version in the output:

show controllers SHDSL <slot>/<sub slot>/<port> 
 
   
Router# show controller shdsl 0/1/0
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/1/0 is UP
	Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 1
	Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
				 ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
	CPE termination
	cdb=0x384330F0, plugin=0x21A5579C, ds=0x21A557E8 base=0x10200000
	FPGA Version is A14
	NPU Source: System
	NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20130315110446
	Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
	PHY Source: flash:
	PHY Firmware files: IDC_1.7.2.6_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg
	IDC Firmware version: 1.7.2.6
	DFE Firmware version: FW_BETA_120111A
	Firmware reload mode: Auto
	Group is not configured
 
   

Table 1 provides a list of PHY source and firmware files.

Table 1 PHY Source and Firmware Files

No.
Source
PHY Source
PHY Firmware Files

1

Embedded

System

This section is not shown.

2

CLI sets a filename using the firmware command

flash:/usbflash

The package name. If the firmware command is configured to pick the file from the router's flash memory, flash:<file_name> is used. If the command is configured to pick the file from the USB flash drive memory, usbflash:<file_name> is used.

3

Default package

flash:

shdsl_ea_IDC_DFE.pkg.


Available PHY Firmware and Feature Compatibility

Table 2 provides a list of compatible PHY firmware and features.

Table 2 PHY Firmware and Feature Compatibility

No.
Package
Feature Not Supported

1

IDC_1.7.2_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg

The link-stability-time feature configuration will be ignored if the firmware is updated with the IDC_1.7.2_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg package.

Not recommended for the CO functionality.

Not recommended for the Lantiq's Extended Line Probing feature.

 

IDC_1.7.2.6_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg

The link-stability-time feature configuration will be ignored if the firmware is updated with the IDC_1.7.2.6_DFE_FW_BETA_120111A.pkg package.

Not recommended for the CO functionality.

Not recommended for the Lantiq's Extended Line Probing feature.

3

IDC_1.7.5.0_DFE_1.1-1.7.5__002.pkg


Embedded PHY Firmware in Cisco IOS Software Releases

No.
Embedded into the Cisco IOS-IDC and DFE Releases
Integrated Cisco IOS Software Release

1

IDC: 1.7.2
DFE: 1.1.7.10__2 10

15.2(2)T

2

IDC: 1.7.2
DFE: FW_BETA_120111A

15.2(2)T1

3

IDC: 1.7.2.6
DFE: FW_BETA_120111A

15.2(4)M11,15.3(1)T

4

IDC: 1.7.5
DFE: 1.1-1.7.5__002

15.3(2)T


Command Reference

This section documents the following Cisco IOS commands. All other Cisco IOS software commands used with this EHWIC are documented in the Cisco IOS Release Master Command List at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/mcl/allreleasemcl/all_book.html

shdsl annex

shdsl rate

efm-grp link-stability-timer

efm-grp minimum-links

efm-grp minimum-bandwidth

handshake

shdsl 4-wire mode

mode

controller shdsl

dsl-group

show controllers shdsl

termination

shdsl annex

To define a symmetric high bit rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) G.991.2 standard, use the shdsl annex command in the configuration controller DSL group mode.

shdsl annex {annex standard} [coding <tcpam>]

Syntax Description

annex standard

Annex standard for a digital subscriber line (DSL) group. Both standard and nonstandard Lantiq extensions are supported for annex. The default is annex B.

The following standard annex types are supported for a DSL group:

A

B

F (Supports both 16 and 32 Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation (TC-PAM) line coding)

G (Supports both 16 and 32 TC-PAM line coding)

A-F (Supports both 16 and 32 TC-PAM line coding)

B-G (Supports both 16 and 32 TC-PAM line coding)

The following nonstandard (extended TC-PAM) annex types are supported for a DSL group:

F (Supports both 64 and 128 TC-PAM line coding)

G (Supports both 64 and 128 TC-PAM line coding)

A-F (Supports both 64 and 128 TC-PAM line coding)

B-G (Supports both 64 and 128 TC-PAM line coding)

Note Nonstandard Lantiq extensions are supported only on Ethernet in the first mile (EFM) mode.

tcpam

TC-PAM line coding. The value can be 16, 32, 64, or 128.


Command Default

By default, annex B is supported.

Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.3(2)T

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

Use the dsl-group command to create a DSL group, and then use the shdsl annex command to define the G.991.2 standard for the DSL group.


Note The annex configuration option is available only for Central Office (CO) termination.


Examples

The following example shows how to use the shdsl annex command to define the annex standard for an EFM 2-Pair DSL group on a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDS-EA interface card:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl annex ?
 
   
  A    Annex A of G.991.2 standard
  A-F  Annex A/F of G.991.2 standard
  B    Annex B of G.991.2 standard
  B-G  Annex B/G of G.991.2 standard
  F    Annex F of G.991.2 standard
  G    Annex G of G.991.2 standard
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl annex F coding ?
 
   
  128-TCPAM  128-TCPAM line coding
  16-TCPAM   16-TCPAM line coding
  32-TCPAM   32-TCPAM line coding
  64-TCPAM   64-TCPAM line coding
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl annex F coding 32-TCPAMxrw

The following example shows how to verify the shdsl annex command:

show running-config : 
controller SHDSL 0/1/0
 termination co
 mode efm
 dsl-group 0 pairs  0
  shdsl annex F coding 32-TCPAM
  ignore crc  6
  shdsl rate auto
  handshake itut
 !
 
   
show controller  :
show controll shdsl 0/1/0
Controller SHDSL 0/1/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 1
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CO termination
  cdb=0x3CC11EC0, plugin=0x3CC0AAC0, ds=0x21A70F3C base=0x10200000
  FPGA Version is A14
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20130320073751
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: 1.7.5.0
  DFE Firmware version: 1.1-1.7.5__002
  Firmware reload mode: Auto
  Group info:
        Type: EFM 2-wire status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/1/0, hwidb: 0x3CC13E8C
         ATM Interface: ATM0/1/0, hwidb: 0x3CC75F64
         Currently active interface: Ethernet
        Configured/active num links: 1/1, bit map: 0x1/0x1
        Line termination: CO, Annex: F
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 32-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: AUTO/5696 kbps
        Loopback type: None
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state
                LOSWS Defect alarm: none
                SNR Margin alarm: none
                Loop Attenuation alarm: none
                Termination: CO, Line mode: 2-wire, Annex: F
                Line coding: 32-TCPAM
                Configured/actual rate: AUTO/5696 kbps
                Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
                Reason: ERR_UNUSED_

Related Commands

Command
Description

dsl-group

Creates and configures a DSL group.

show running-config

Displays the contents of the currently running configuration file or the configuration for a specific class map, interface, map class, policy map, or VC class.


shdsl rate

To define a symmetric high bit rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) rate, use the shdsl rate command in the configuration controller DSL group mode.

shdsl rate {number | auto | enhanced}

Syntax Description

number

Specifies the data rate supported for the digital subscriber line (DSL) group.

auto

Specifies the best data rate that can be used for the given configurations at the Central Office (CO) and Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) termination.

enhanced

Specifies the Lantiq extended rate. This option is applicable only for the CO-EFM mode.

Note If annex is F/G/A to F/B-G, and coding is 64 or 128 TC-PAM lines, the shdsl rate enhanced option should be used.

Note The enhanced option is available only if the termination is CO and mode is Ethernet in the first mile (EFM). If the link partner supports Lantiq extension, you can use the enhanced option to train at higher rates. If the link partner does not support Lantiq extension, lines are trained to standard rate based on the annex and Trellis Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation (TC-PAM).


Command Default

The default keyword is auto.

Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.2(2)T

This command was introduced.

15.3(2)T

This command was modified. The enhanced keyword has been added to support Lantiq extended-rate probing and extended-line probing.


Usage Guidelines

Use the dsl-group command to create a DSL group, and then define the SHDSL line rate using the shdsl rate command.

The recommended configuration for the CPE is shdsl rate auto. When configuring the fixed rate, use the same rate that was used for configuring the CO.

Based on the type of DSL group, the following standard data rates are supported:

DSL Group with 1 Pair

Annex A and B—192 to 2304 kbps

Annex F and G (32 TC-PAM)—768 to 5696 kbps

Annex F and G (16 TC-PAM)—2304 to 3840 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (32 TC-PAM)—768 to 5696 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (16 TC-PAM)—192 to 3840 kbps

DSL Group with 2 Pairs

Annex A and B— 384 to 4608 kbps

Annex F and G (32 TC-PAM)—1536 to 11392 kbps

Annex F and G (16 TC-PAM)—4608 to 7680 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (32 TC-PAM)—1536 to 11392 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (16 TC-PAM)—384 to 7680 kbps

DSL Group with 3 Pairs

Annex A and B— 576 to 6912 kbps

Annex F and G (32 TC-PAM)— 2304 to 17088 kbps

Annex F and G (16 TC-PAM)— 6912 to 11520 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (32 TC-PAM)— 2304 to 17088 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (16 TC-PAM)— 576 to 11520 kbps

DSL Group with 4 Pairs

Annex A and B— 768 to 9216 kbps

Annex F and G (32 TC-PAM)— 3072 to 22784 kbps

Annex F and G (16 TC-PAM)— 9216 to 15360 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (32 TC-PAM)— 3072 to 22784 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (16 TC-PAM)— 768 to 15360 kbps

EFM-Bonding 4 Pairs

The following enhanced rates are supported for the EFM-bonding 4 pairs:

Annex F and G (128 TC-PAM)— 9248 to 61216 kbps

Annex F and G (64 TC-PAM)—9216 to 50944 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (128 TC-PAM)— 800 to 61216 kbps

Annex A to F, and B to G (64 TC-PAM)— 768 to 50944 kbps

For EFM and Inverse Multiplexing Over ATM (IMA) bonding configuration with multiple links, Group Data rate will be the summation of different link rates. Group Data rate falls in one of the above DSL group ranges based on the annex and TC-PAM; different links may train at different rates.


Note In case of CPE annex and coding that is dependent on the configuration during the termination at the CO, select the standard rate at par with the configuration during the termination at the CO.



Note If the CO is configured for Lantiq extensions (128 or 64 coding or extended rate), the CPE lines may not train with the rate configured in the CPE. This CO rate is configured for enhanced rates, as specified above.


For enhanced rate, configure the current and worst-case signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) margins using the shdsl rate enhanced command to enable rate adaption, Power Measurement Modulation Session (PMMS), or line probing.

Examples

The following example shows how to define the SHDSL line rate for (CO-EFM) DSL group in a back-to-back setup:

Router (config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl annex f coding 32-TCPAM
 
   
Router (config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 5696
 
   

Running Configuration at CO

controller SHDSL 0/1/0
 termination co
 mode efm
 dsl-group 0 pairs  0
  shdsl annex F coding 32-TCPAM
  shdsl rate 5696

!

 
   
Router# show controll shdsl 0/1/0
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/1/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 1
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CO termination
  cdb=0x3CC11EC0, plugin=0x3CC0AAC0, ds=0x21A70F3C base=0x10200000
  FPGA Version is A14
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20130320073751
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: 1.7.5.0
  DFE Firmware version: 1.1-1.7.5__002
  Firmware reload mode: Auto
  Group info:
        Type: EFM 2-wire status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/1/0, hwidb: 0x3CC13E8C
         ATM Interface: ATM0/1/0, hwidb: 0x3CC75F64
         Currently active interface: Ethernet
        Configured/active num links: 1/1, bit map: 0x1/0x1
        Line termination: CO, Annex: F
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 32-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: 5696/5696 kbps
        Loopback type: None
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state
                LOSWS Defect alarm: none
                SNR Margin alarm: none
                Loop Attenuation alarm: none
                Termination: CO, Line mode: 2-wire, Annex: F
                Line coding: 32-TCPAM
                Configured/actual rate: 5696/5696 kbps
                Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
                Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
                Power Back Off: 6dB, FE Power Back Off: 0dB
                LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 19dB
                Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 283 seconds)
                        ES:1, SES:1, CRC:0, LOSWS:1, UAS:0
                Previous 15 minute statistics
                        ES:5, SES:5, CRC:0, LOSWS:7, UAS:0
                Current 24 hr statistics
                        ES:6, SES:6, CRC:0, LOSWS:8, UAS:0
                Previous 24 hr statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSWS:0, UAS:0
        EFM Stats:
                EFM-TC Tx: data frames: 0
                EFM-TC Rx: data frames: 0
        RMII Device Stats at NPU:
                tx_packets: 0,  rx_packets: 0
                tx_bytes: 0,  rx_bytes: 0
                tx_dropped: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
                tx_err_fcs: 0,  rx_err_fcs: 0
                tx_mac_pause: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII FA Stats at NPU:
                forward_packets: 0,  forwarded_bytes: 0
                tx_queue_drop_packets: 0,  mtu_drop_packets: 0
 
   
        SS-SMII Device [0] Stats at NPU:
                tx_packets: 0,  rx_packets: 0
                tx_bytes: 0,  rx_bytes: 0
                tx_dropped: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
                tx_err_fcs: 0,  rx_err_fcs: 0
                tx_mac_pause: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
 
   
C2911(config-controller-dsl-group)#
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate enhanced auto ? 
 
   
current Current SNR Margin
worst Worst SNR Margin
<cr>
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate auto current ?
  <-10 - 21>  -10dB to 21dB
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate auto worst ?
  <-10 - 21>  -10dB to 21dB
 
   

CO Configuration

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate ?
  <192-2304>  DSL Rate (excluding DSL overhead) in kbps
  auto        auto rate mode
  enhanced    Non standard extended rates
 
   

CPE Configuration

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate ?
  <192-5696>  DSL Rate (excluding DSL overhead) in kbps
  auto        auto rate mode
 
   

Related Commands

Command
Description

dsl-group

Creates and configures a DSL group.

shdsl annex

Defines a SHDSL G.991.2 standard


efm-grp link-stability-timer

To configure the data transmission delay period for links in an Ethernet in the First Mile Bonding (EFM-Bonding) group, use the efm-grp link-stability-timer command in the configuration controller DSL group mode.

efm-grp link-stability-timer seconds

Syntax Description

seconds

Data transmission delay, in seconds. The range is from 0 to 60. The default is 0.


Command Default

None

Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.3(2)T

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

The link stability timer is supported only on Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) for interoperability with Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers (DSLAMs), such as Overture HN4000, that support data transmission delay of a few seconds to dampen out unstable links in scenarios where demanding circumstances, such as lightning, long multirepeater spans, and so on, prevail. The link stability timer introduces a data transmission delay in the user-configured value after the links are in the UP_DATA mode in order to achieve a stable SYNC status with the DSLAM.

The Link Stability feature enables interoperability with the Overture DSLAM. After a 2 bpme (BASE-TL PME) reaches the data mode, the HN4000 (Overture DSLAM) waits for approximately 13 seconds before checking for the 64/65 lock. Due to this, whenever a link is added to an existing bonding group, network traffic stops completely for about 13 seconds. Hence, the optimal link stability value for the Overture DSLAM is set at 13 seconds to avoid packet drops in the DSLAM.

For other DSLAMs that do not exhibit this behavior, the link stability duration can be set to 0 seconds, the default value during the termination at the CPE.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the efm-grp link-stability-timer command:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp link-stability-timer ?
 
   
 <0-60>  timeout period in seconds
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp link-stability-timer 13
 
   

Running Configuration

controller SHDSL 0/1/0
 termination cpe
 mode efm
 dsl-group 0 pairs  0, 1, 2, 3 efm-bond
  efm-grp link-stability-timer 13
  ignore crc  6
  shdsl rate auto
  handshake auto
 !

efm-grp minimum-links

To configure the minimum number of active links for an Ethernet in the first mile (EFM) group to be up, along with a timeout value, use the efm-grp minimum-links command in the configuration controller DSL group mode.

efm-grp minimum-links minimum-links timeout seconds


Note The efm-grp minimum-links command is supported only on the Customer Premise Equipment (CPE).


Syntax Description

minimum-links

Minimum number of links that must be up in an EFM group. The range is from 1 to 4. The default is 1.

seconds

Interval before the group goes down when the minimum number of links are not available, in seconds. The range is from 1 to 300. The default is 0.


Command Default

None

Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.2(2)T

This command was introduced.

15.3(2)T

This command has been modified. The timeout keyword was added to set an interval before the EFM group goes down.


Usage Guidelines

Use the dsl-group command to create a digital subscriber line (DSL) group, and then use the efm-grp minimum-links command to define the minimum number of links required for the EFM group to be up.

After the EFM group is up, if the number of active links falls below the configured number of minimum links for an interval within the timeout period (if configured), failure is ignored. If the failure time exceeds the timeout period, the EFM group goes down.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the efm-grp minimum-links command:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp minimum-links ?
 
   
  <1-4>  Minimum links
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp minimum-links ?
 
   
  timeout  interval before group DOWN on minimum link unavailability
  <cr>
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp minimum-links 1 timeout ?
  <1-300>  timeout period in seconds

Related Commands

Command
Description

dsl-group

Creates and configures a DSL group.


efm-grp minimum-bandwidth

To configure the minimum bandwidth for the active links in any digital subscriber line (DSL) group, along with a timeout value, use the efm-grp minimum-bandwidth command in the configuration controller DSL group mode.

efm-grp minimum-bandwidth bandwidth timeout seconds


Note The efm-grp minimum-bandwidth command is supported only on the Customer Premise Equipment (CPE).


Syntax Description

bandwidth

Minimum bandwidth, in kbps. The range is from 192 to 61408.

seconds

Interval before the group goes down when the total group bandwidth is not available, in seconds. The range is from 1 to 300.


Command Default

None

Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.3(2)T

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

Use the dsl-group command to create a DSL group, and then use the efm-grp minimum-bandwidth command to define the minimum bandwidth required for the DSL group to be up.

After the EFM group is up, if the total group bandwidth falls below the configured minimum bandwidth before the configured timeout expires, failure is ignored. If the failure time exceeds the timeout period, the group goes down.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the efm-grp minimum-bandwidth command:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp minimum-bandwidth ?
 
   
  <192-61408>  Minimum bandwidth in kbps
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp minimum-bandwidth 61408 ?
 
   
  timeout  interval before group DOWN on minimum bandwidth unavailability
  <cr>
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# efm-grp minimum-bandwidth 61408 timeout ?
 
   
  <1-300>  timeout period in seconds

Related Commands

Command
Description

dsl-group

Creates and configures a DSL group.


handshake

To configure a handshake, use the handshake command in the configuration controller DSL group mode.

handshake [auto | g.shdsl | g.shdsl.bis | ieee | itut]


Note The handshake command is not available in the CO-ATM mode.


Syntax Description

auto

Specifies automatic detection of G.SHDSL or G.SHDSL.BIS rates.

Note If termination occurs at the Customer Premise Equipment (CPE), regardless of whether the controller is in the CPE-ATM mode or the Ethernet in first mile (EFM) mode, the auto keyword is the default.

g.shdsl

Initiates the G.SHDSL handshake. This is supported on the CPE-ATM mode only.

g.shdsl.bis

Initiates the G.SHDSL.BIS handshake. This is supported on the CPE-ATM mode only.

ieee

Initiates the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) handshake. This is supported on the EFM mode only.

itut

Initiates the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) handshake. This is supported on the EFM mode only.

Note If termination occurs in the CO-EFM mode, the itut keyword is the default.


Command Default

None

Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.2(2)T

This command was introduced.

15.3(2)T

This command was modified to include support for the CO.


Usage Guidelines

The handshake command is useful when you encounter interoperability issues with different DSLAMs. When terminations at the CO and CPE have the same handshake mechanism, the line will train faster without interoperability issues.

For better interoperability with different DSLAMs, use one of the following options with the handshake auto command.

In the CPE-ATM mode:

If DSLAM supports G.SHDSL rates, use the g.shdsl keyword.

If DSLAM supports G.SHDSL.BIS rates, use the g.shdsl.bis keyword.

In the EFM mode:

To avoid interoperability issues, use the handshake command along with the keyword that matches the configuration that is in place during the termination at the CO.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the handshake auto command:

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# handshake ? 
 
   
auto Initiate auto handshake
ieee Initiate IEEE handshake
itut Initiate ITUT handshake

shdsl 4-wire mode

To enable the symmetric high bit rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) to use the enhanced mode in a 2-pair digital subscriber line (DSL) group, use the shdsl 4-wire mode enhanced command in the configuration controller DSL group mode. To disable the shdsl 4-wire mode, use the no form of this command.

shdsl 4-wire mode enhanced

no shdsl 4-wire mode enhanced

Syntax Description

enhanced

Enables two pairs in a 2-pair DSL group to operate in a symmetric 4-wire configuration.


Command Default

By default, Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) supports the standard mode in the context of ATM 4-wire.

Command History

Release
Modification

15.2(2)T

This command was introduced.


Command Modes

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Usage Guidelines

This configuration is applicable only on the CPE and the ATM 4-wire mode.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the shdsl 4-wire mode enhanced command to configure both pairs of a 2-Pair DSL group to operate in the enhanced mode:

CPE(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl 4-wire mode enhanced ?
 
   
  <cr>

mode

To specify the symmetric high bit rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) mode of operation, use the mode command in the configuration controller mode. To disable the command, use the no form of this command for your model number. The no form of this command sets the mode to ATM.

mode [atm | efm]

no mode

Syntax Description

atm

ATM mode.

efm

EFM mode.


Command Default

By default, the mode is set to ATM for Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA and Cisco 888-EA ISRs.

Command Modes

Configuration controller (config-controller)

Command History

Release
Modification

15.2(2)T

This command was introduced to support the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA and Cisco 888-EA ISRs.


Usage Guidelines

Use the ATM mode for EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA and Cisco 888-EA models, and use the EFM mode for the EHWIC-8SHDSL-E model.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the mode command to configure a Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA card installed in a Cisco Access router:

Router(config-controller)# mode efm
Router(config-controller)#

Related Commands

Command
Description

show controller shdsl

Displays the controller status and statistics.

controller shdsl

Configures a controller in SHDSL mode.


controller shdsl

To configure a controller for high bit rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) mode, use the controller shdsl command in global or controller configuration mode. To disable the controller shdsl command, use the no form of this command.

Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL, HWIC-2SHDSL, EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, and EHWIC-8SHDSL-E

controller shdsl {slot number/subslot number/port number}

Cisco 888EA

controller shdsl {port number}

Syntax Description

slot number

Defines the slot on the router in which the high-speed WAN interface cards (HWIC/EHWIC) is installed.

subslot number

Defines the subslot on the router in which the HWIC/EHWIC is installed.

port number

Defines the port on the router in which the HWIC/EHWIC is installed. By default, Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL, HWIC-2SHDSL, and EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA use port number 0.

number

Defines the controller number. The valid controller number is 0.


Command Default

Controller number: 0

Command Modes

Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL, HWIC-2SHDSL, EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, and Cisco 888EA

Global configuration

Configuration Controller

Cisco IAD2420 Series

Global configuration

Command History

Release
Modification

11.3(5)AAA

This command was introduced.

12.2(8)T

This command was implemented on Cisco IAD2420 series IADs.

12.4(15)T

This command was introduced for the Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL and HWIC-2SHDSL running on the Cisco 1841 router, and on the Cisco 2800 and 3800 series access routers.

15.1(1)T

This command was modified to support the Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL-EA.

15.2(2)T

This command was modified to support the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA and Cisco 888EA.


Usage Guidelines

This command is used to configure the controller mode and the controller number.

Examples

Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL, HWIC-2SHDSL, EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, and Cisco 888EA

The following example uses the controller shdsl command to configure a Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL or EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA installed in a Cisco Access Router, controller number 0, , port number 0; the example enters controller configuration mode:

Router(config)# controller shdsl 
 
   
Router(config-controller)#

Cisco Series

The following example uses the controller shdsl command to enter SHDSL controller mode on controller number 0; the example also configures ATM mode:

Router# controller shdsl 0
 
   
Router# mode atm

Related Commands

Command
Description

show controller shdsl

Displays the controller status and statistics.


dsl-group

To create and configure a digital subscriber line (DSL) group, and enter config-controller-dsl-group mode, or to automatically configure an ATM or EFM group, use the dsl-group command in configuration controller mode. To disable the DSL group, use the no form of this command.

dsl-group DSL_group_number{[pairs link-number] | [auto]} {ima | m-pair | efm-bond}

no dsl-group [number]

Syntax Description

DSL_group_number

DSL group number. Cisco 888EA and EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA support only one DSL group; use 0.

pairs

Defines the DSL wire pairs.

link-number

Link number of the pair. Link number options are limited to one of the following choices, based on the hardware interface and the desired DSL group:

The following information applies to Cisco 888EA and EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA models:

In EFM mode

EFM-bond DSL Group

Available links: 0, 1, 2, 3

Any combination of the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3

For example:

To bond all available links, use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0-3 efm-bond

To bond only two links (such as 0 and 1), use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 efm-bond

  

1-Pair DSL Group

Available links: 0, 1, 2, 3

In the case of 1-pair DSL group (2-wire), only one pair needs to be configured.

For example:

To use link 0, use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0

 

In ATM mode

IMA DSL Group

Available links: 0, 1, 2, 3

Any combination of the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3

For example:

To use all available pairs , use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0-3 ima

To use only two pairs (such as 0 and 1), use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 ima

M-Pair DSL Group

Available options:

0-1

0-2

0-3

2-3

For example:

To use all available pairs , use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0-3 m-pair

To use only two pairs (such as 0 and 1), use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 m-pair

1-Pair DSL Group

Available links: 0, 1 ,2, 3

In the case of 1-pair DSL group (2-wire), only one pair needs to be configured.

For example:

To use link 0, use: dsl-group 0 pairs 0

auto

Automatically assigns the Central Office's (CO) wire configuration to an ATM DSL group (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, HWIC-4SHDSL) or EFM DSL group (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA) on the Customer Premise Equipment (CPE).

Usage

When using dsl-group, you must do one of the following:

Specify the group manually:

Example: dsl-group 0 pair 0-3 efm-bond

or

Use the auto option:

Example: dsl-group auto

ima

Defines the DSL group as the IMA bonding group.

m-pair

Defines the DSL group as m-pair.

efm-bond

Defines the DSL group as Ethernet First Mile (EFM) group bonding group.

default

(Optional) Sets a command to the default values.

shdsl

(Optional) Configures the symmetric g.shdsl.

4-wire

(Optional) Configures the 4-wire symmetric G.SHDSL.

annex

(Optional) Configures the annex symmetric G.SHDSL.

rate

(Optional) Configures the DSL group SHDSL rate.

ignore

(Optional) Ignores CRC errors. Length of timeout, in seconds. The range is from 0 to 60 seconds.

shutdown

(Optional) Shuts down the DSL group.


Command Default

No DSL group is defined or automatically configured.

Command Modes

Configuration controller (config-controller)

Configuration controller DSL group (config-controller-dsl-group)

Command History

Release
Modification

12.4(15)T

This command was introduced for the Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL and HWIC-2SHDSL running on the Cisco 1841 router and the Cisco 2800 and 3800 series access routers.

15.1(1)T

This command was modified to support automatic configuration of Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL and HWIC-2SHDSL running on the Cisco 1841 router and the Cisco 2800 and 3800 series access routers.

Added dsl-group pairs link-number [efm-bond] for the Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL-E.

15.1(1)T1

This command was modified. The auto configuration options default and shdsl were added to the dsl-group.

15.2(2)T

This command was modified to support the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA and Cisco 888-EA. The configuration options ignore and shutdown were added.


Usage Guidelines

Use the dsl-group command in configuration controller mode to define the DSL group and manually configure the DSL group from configuration controller mode. Use the dsl-group auto command to automatically adopt the Central Office (CO) wire configuration on an ATM DSL group (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, HWIC-4SHDSL) or EFM DSL group (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA). Use the dsl-group pairs to define the DSL group as Ethernet First Mile (EFM) bonding group (HWIC-4SHDSL-E, EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA) or ATM DSL group (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA).


Note Automatic configuration is not supported on IMA groups.


Automatic configuration is limited to only one DSL group and ATM interface (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, HWIC-4SHDSL) or Ethernet interface (EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA). After a group is automatically configured, no other group can be created. All manually created groups must be deleted before creating an automatic configuration group.

Examples

The following example shows how to use the dsl-group command to create an IMA-DSL group and enter configuration controller DSL group mode:

For the HWIC-4SHDSL

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 ima 

Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# 

Sep 14 13:15:40.285:%HWIC_SHDSL-5-DSLGROUP_UPDOWN: SHDSL 0/2/0 dsl-group(1) state changed 
to down.
Sep 14 13:15:42.285:%LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/2/IMA1, changed state to down
Sep 14 13:15:43.285:%LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/2/IMA1, changed 
state to down
 
   
For the EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA
Router(config)#
 
   
Router(config)# controller shdsl 0/2/0
 
   
Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-1 ima
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
 
   
*Oct 1 10:49:03.331: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/2/IMA0, changed state to down
*Oct 1 10:49:04.331: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/2/IMA0, changed 
state to down
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# shdsl rate 2048
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)# exit
 
   
Router(config-controller)# exit
Router(config)#
 
   

The following example shows how to use the dsl-group auto command to automatically adopt the Central Office (CO) configuration on an ATM group:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group auto
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group-auto)#  
 
*May 14 18:56:33.136: %HWIC_SHDSL-5-DSLGROUP_UPDOWN: SHDSL 0/0/0 dsl-group(0) state 
changed to down.
*May 14 18:56:35.136: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface ATM0/0/0, changed state to down
*May 14 18:56:36.136: %LINEPROTO-5-UPDOWN: Line protocol on Interface ATM0/0/0,
changed state to down
 
   

The following example shows how to configure a single-pair DSL group and enters the configuration controller DSL group mode:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0 
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
 
   

The following example shows how to create a 4-pair EFM bonding group:

Router(config-controller)# dsl-group 0 pairs 0-3 efm-bond 
 
   
Router(config-controller-dsl-group)#
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   

Related Commands

Command
Description

controller shdsl

Configures a controller for SHDSL mode and enters configuration controller mode.

ima group

Defines physical links as IMA group members.

ima group clock-mode

Sets the clock mode for an IMA group.

ima group minimum-links

Minimum number of active links for group to be up.

ima group shutdown

Shuts down the IMA group.

ima link

Defines physical links in an IMA group.

ima link add

Adds a link to the IMA group.

ima link delete

Deletes a link from the IMA group.

ima link shutdown

Shuts down a link in the IMA group.

efm-grp add

Adds a link to the EFM bonding group.

efm-grp delete

Deletes a link from the EFM bonding group.

efm-grp minimum-links

Minimum number of active links for group to be up.

shdsl annex

Defines the SHDSL G.991.2 standard.

shdsl rate

Defines the SHDSL rate.

show controller shdsl

Displays the status of the controller that is configured for SHDSL mode.

efm-grp minimum-bandwidth

Minimum bandwidth for group UP

efm-grp link-stability-timer

Enables user to configure timer to introduce delay in UP and DOWN stream data transmission.


show controllers shdsl

To display the status of the controller configured for symmetric high bit rate digital subscriber line (SHDSL) mode, use the show controllers shdsl command in privileged EXEC mode.

Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA,

show controllers shdsl slot number/subslot number/port number {brief | detailed}

Cisco 888EA

show controller shdsl number

Syntax Description

brief

Provides a summary of the controller's status.

detailed

Provides a detailed report of the controller's status.

number

SHDSL controller number. The valid controller number for SHDSL mode is 0.

slot number

Slot on the router in which the HWIC is installed.

subslot number

Subslot on the router in which the HWIC is installed.

port number

Port on the router in which the HWIC is installed. By default, the Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL-E, HWIC-4SHDSL, and HWIC-2SHDSL use port number 0.


Command Default

Controller number

Command Modes

Privileged EXEC

Command History

Release
Modification

12.4(15)T

This command was updated for the Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL and HWIC-2SHDSL running on the Cisco 1841 router and on the Cisco 2800 and 3800 series access routers.

12.2(8)T

This command was introduced on Cisco IAD2420 series.

15.1(1)T

This command was modified. Support for the Cisco HWIC-SHDSL-E was added.

15.2(2)T

This command was modified to support the Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA.


Usage Guidelines

This command is used to display the controller mode, the controller number, and associated statistics.

Examples

Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL, and HWIC-2SHDSL

The following example shows the status of a Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL controller in slot 0, subslot 2, port 0 on a Cisco access router:

Router# show controllers shdsl 0/2/0 brief 

Controller SHDSL 0/2/0 is UP
  Hardware is HWIC-4SHDSL, rev 2 on slot 0, hwic slot 2 
  Capabilities: IMA, M-pair, 2/4 wire, Annex A, B, F & G, CPE termination
  cdb=0x43EB384C, plugin=0x43DE9410, ds=0x43E9A1C4 base=0xB8000000
  FPGA Version is REL.3.4.0, NIOSII FW:Ver 2.6, status Running
  SDC-16i HW:Rev 1.2, status UP, FW:Ver 1.2-1.1.3__57, status Running
  SDFE-4 HW:Rev 1.2, status UP, FW:Ver 1.1-1.5.2__001  , status Running
  NIOSII Firmware image: System
  SDC16i Firmware image: System
  SDFE4  Firmware image: System
  Number of pairs 4, number of groups configured 1
  Ignored CLI cmds(0), Event buffer: in use(0), failed(0)
  Group (0) is Not configured.
  Group (1) info:
        Type: M-pair over g.shdsl, status: Configure Firmware
        Interface: ATM0/2/1, hwidb: 0x43F04EA0, UTOPIA phy 1
        Configured/active num links: 2/0, bit map: 0x3/0x0
        Line termination: CPE, line mode: M-pair, Annex-B, PMMS disabled
        Line coding: 16-TCPAM, configured/actual rate: 4608/0 kbps
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL DOWN state
        SHDSL wire-pair (1) is in DSL config state
 
   
Router#

Cisco HWIC-4SHDSL-E

Router# show controller shdsl 0/0/0 brief
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/0/0 is UP
  Hardware is HWIC-4SHDSL-E, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 0 
  Capabilities: EFM, 2-wire, Annex A, B, F & G, CO termination
  cdb=0x650DB800, plugin=0x650C09A0, ds=0x650C0A84 base=0x43800000
  FPGA Version is REL.3.3.1,
  Vendor: Conexant, Chipset: CX98124
  Firmware file: System, Firmware version: G88
  Number of pairs:  4, number of groups configured: 1
  Group info:
        Type: EFM bond g.shdsl, status: Up
        Interface: Ethernet0/0/0, hwidb: 0x6519D6DC
        Configured/active num links: 4/4, bit map: 0xF/0xF
        Line termination: CO, Annex: B
        Line coding: 16-TCPAM group data rate is 9216 kbps
        Loopback type: None
        Dying Gasp: Present
        Mode: Fixed
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state
                LOSW Defect alarm: none
                CRC per second alarm: none
        SHDSL wire-pair (1) is in DSL UP state
                LOSW Defect alarm: none
                CRC per second alarm: none
        SHDSL wire-pair (2) is in DSL UP state
                LOSW Defect alarm: none
                CRC per second alarm: none
        SHDSL wire-pair (3) is in DSL UP state
                LOSW Defect alarm: none
                CRC per second alarm: none

Cisco IAD2420 Series

The following example displays the status of the controller that is configured for SHDSL mode on a Cisco IAD2420 series IAD:

Router# show controller shdsl 0
 
   
 SHDSL 0 controller UP
 SLOT 3: Globespan xDSL controller chipset
 Frame mode: Serial ATM
 Configured Line rate: 1160Kbps
 Line Re-activated 0 times after system bootup
 LOSW Defect alarm: None
 CRC per second alarm: None
 Line termination: CPE
 FPGA Revision: 9

Cisco EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA

The following example displays the status of the SHDSL controller configured in 2-wire ATM mode.

Router#sh controller shdsl 0/3/0
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/3/0 is UP
  Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 3 
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
  CPE termination
  cdb=0x13347934, plugin=0x13336CBC, ds=0xA3C5030 base=0xEC600000
  FPGA Version is A11
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  Firmware files: IDC: idc.bin, DFE: dfe.bin
  Firmware version IDC: V1.7.2.0
  Group info:
        Type: ATM 2-wire status: Up
         Ethernet Interface: Ethernet0/3/0, hwidb: 0x1520110
         ATM Interface: ATM0/3/0, hwidb: 0xA5FD144
  Currently active interface: ATM
        Configured/active num links: 1/1, bit map: 0x1/0x1
        Line termination: CPE, Annex: B
        PMMS disabled,Line coding: 16-TCPAM
        Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
        Loopback type: None
        Dying Gasp: Present
        SHDSL wire-pair (0) is in DSL UP state
                LOSW Defect alarm: none
                SNR Margin alarm: none
                 Loop Attenuation alarm: none
                Termination: CPE, Line mode: 2-wire, Annex: B
                Line coding: 16-TCPAM
                Configured/actual rate: AUTO/2304 kbps
                Modem status: UP_DATA_MODE,Condition: GHS_TRANSFER_
                Reason: ERR_UNUSED_
        DSL Stats:
                Power Back Off: 6dB
                LoopAttn: 0dB, SnrMargin: 26dB
                Current 15 minute statistics (Time elapsed 150 seconds)
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
                Previous 15 minute statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
                Current 24 hr statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
                Previous 24 hr statistics
                        ES:0, SES:0, CRC:0, LOSW:0, UAS:0
 
   
        ATM Stats:
                ATM-TC Tx: data cells: 0, Idle/Unassigned: 254933993
                ATM-TC Rx: data cells: 0, uncorr HEC: 14
                ATM-TC Rx: OCD: 2, LCD start: 0, LCD end: 0
        RMII Device Stats at NPU:
                tx_packets: 0,  rx_packets: 0
                tx_bytes: 0,  rx_bytes: 0
                tx_dropped: 0,  rx_dropped: 0
                tx_err_fcs: 0,  rx_err_fcs: 0
                tx_mac_pause: 0,  rx_mac_pause: 0
        ATM Stats at NPU:
        UTOPIA device Stats at NPU:
                tx_cells: 0,  rx_cells: 0
                tx_oam_cells: 0,  rx_oam_cells: 0
                tx_clp0_cells: 0,  rx_clp0_cells: 0
                rx_crc_err_cells: 0,  rx_unsupported_cells: 0

Related Commands

Command
Description

controller shdsl 0

Configures the controller status and the controller number.


termination

To configure the router mode to Central Office (CO) or Customer Premise Equipment (CPE), use the termination command. CO mode is useful for creating a back-to-back connection between two Cisco routers that support G.SHDSL.

termination { co | cpe }

Syntax Description

co

Specifies the CO mode.

cpe

Specifies the CPE mode.


Command Default

The default mode is cpe.

Command Modes

The mode of the controller determines which options are available for this command. See the Syntax Description section for details.

Command History

Release
Modification

15.3(2)T

This command was introduced.


Usage Guidelines

Configuring the Back-to-Back Routers

The following example shows configuration of two back-to-back Cisco routers in EFM mode:

On the CO router:

controller SHDSL 0/1/0
termination co
mode efm
dsl-group 0 pairs  0, 1, 2, 3 efm-bond
  shdsl annex B
  shdsl rate auto
 
   

On the CPE router:

controller SHDSL 0/1/0
termination cpe
mode efm
dsl-group 0 pairs  0, 1, 2, 3 efm-bond
shdsl rate auto
 
   

Verifying CO Mode

To verify that the router is in central office (CO) mode, use the following show command. The "CO termination" line in the output (bold in the example below) indicates that the router is in CO mode. Some of the output does not appear here, for brevity.

CO# show controllers shdSL 0/1/0
 
   
Controller SHDSL 0/1/0 is UP
 Hardware is EHWIC-4SHDSL-EA, rev 0 on slot 0, hwic slot 1
  Capabilities: EFM: 2-wire, EFM-Bond, Annex A, B, F & G
                ATM: 2-wire, Mpair, IMA, Annex A, B, F & G
 
   
  CO termination
  cdb=0x3CF085F0, plugin=0x21C33C1C, ds=0x21C33C68 base=0x10200000
  FPGA Version is A14
  NPU Source: System
  NPU Firmware version: SHDSL_EA_FW_20130116053038
  Vendor: Infineon, Chipset: SOCRATES-4e
  PHY Source: System
  IDC Firmware version: 1.7.5.0
 DFE Firmware version: 1.1-1.7.5__002
  Firmware reload mode: Auto
...

Examples

The following example shows how to display termination command options at the command line using the question mark (?).

router(config)# controller shdSL 0/1/0
 
   
router(config-controller)# termination ?
 
   
 co   termination co (network)
 cpe  termination cpe (customer)

Additional References

The following references provide links to related topics, such as the Cisco IOS software resource center, interface card documentation, and additional hardware documentation.

Related Documents

Related Topic
Document Title

Cisco IOS software

Cisco IOS Software

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/tsd_products_support_category_home.html

Interface Cards

Cisco Interface Cards Install and Upgrade Guides

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps2641/prod_installation_guides_list.html

Cisco Network Modules and Interface Cards Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/interfaces/rcsi/IOHrcsi.html

Router hardware installation guide

Cisco 860 Series, Cisco 880 Series, and Cisco 890 Series Integrated Services Routers Hardware Installation Guide

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/800/860-880-890/hardware/installation/guide/860-880-890HIG.html

Technical documentation, including feedback and assistance

What's New in Cisco Product Documentation (including monthly listings of new and revised documents) at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/
whatsnew.html


Standards

Standard
Title

ITU G.991.2

Annex A

Annex B

Annex F

Annex G

af-phy-0086.001

Inverse Multiplexing over ATM version 1.1


MIBs

MIB
MIBs Link

Chassis MIB

Entity MIB

HDSL2-SHDSL-LINE MIB

Interface MIB

To locate and download MIBs for selected platforms, Cisco IOS releases, and feature sets, use Cisco MIB Locator found at the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/go/mibs


RFCs

RFC
Title

G.SHDSL— RFC# 3276

HDSL2-SHDSL-LINE MIB


Technical Assistance

Description
Link

The Cisco Technical Support & Documentation website contains thousands of pages of searchable technical content, including links to products, technologies, solutions, technical tips, and tools. Registered Cisco.com users can log in from this page to access even more content.

http://www.cisco.com/techsupport