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Configuring the HWIC-1VDSL
First Published: March 17, 2010
This document describes how to configure the HWIC-1VDSL. The HWIC-1VDSL can be installed on the Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) family platforms and can deploy services such as voice, video, and data. It supports the following features:
•Very-high-data-rate digital subscriber line 2 (VDSL2) profiles: 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a
•ITU-T G.993.2 protocol
•Flash Firmware Upgrade
•WAN Ethernet Support in VDSL Packet Transfer Mode (PTM) support, using 64/65 802.3ah format
•IEEE802.1q support: VLAN tagged frames supported in Ethernet mode of VDSL
HWIC-1VDSL is the SKU for the single port HWIC-1VDSL.
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Prerequisites for the HWIC-1VDSL
This section lists the prerequisites for configuring the HWIC-1VDSL.
•Ensure that you have the appropriate Cisco access router to serve as the host router. The following Cisco access routers support HWIC-1VDSL.
–Cisco 1900 series ISRs
–Cisco 2900 series ISRs
–Cisco 3900 series ISRs
•Use the show version command to ensure that the router is running Cisco IOS Release 15.0(1)M1 or later.
Note When minimum release requirements are met, you can change images on the router without affecting performance.
•Install the HWIC-1VDSL on the router, using the directions provided in Installing Cisco Interface Cards in Cisco Access Routers and Cisco Network Modules and Interface Cards Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information.
Restrictions for the HWIC-1VDSL
Online insertion and removal is not supported for HWIC-1VDSL.
Overview of the HWIC-1VDSL
The HWIC-1VDSL is used on the Cisco ISR G2 platforms to provide VDSL over POTs WAN connectivity. It can be installed on Cisco ISR G2 platforms, and the external RJ-11 port is connected to a DSL line coming from VDSL2 supported DSLAM.
To configure the HWIC-1VDSL, you should understand the following concepts:
•Ethernet over VDSL (PTM) mode
Figure 1 shows the faceplate for the HWIC-1VDSL.
Figure 1 Cisco HWIC-1VDSL Faceplate
Table 1 lists the LEDs and describes their functionality and different states. The LEDs provide a visual indication of your available services.
Table 1 Cisco HWIC-1VDSL LED Descriptions
LED Label LED Color LED Status Description
The host platform has successfully detected the HWIC and FPGA firmware has been successfully downloaded.
HWIC detection failure or FPGA firmware download failure.
VDSL firmware is being downloaded or VDSL line is in training mode (Layer 1 handshake/bit rate negotiation phase).
Successful handshake negotiation with DSLAM has occurred and Layer 1 Link has been established (showtime).
HWIC is in Loopback mode. Loopback occurs at HWIC MAC interface. (Local Loopback).
Not in Loopback Mode.
1 Loopback is used for debugging purposes only.
Configuring the HWIC-1VDSL
This section describes how to configure your HWIC-1VDSL. There is no need to configure any VDSL2 controller parameters from the CPE side. By default the controller is up; however you must configure the PTM interface manually as shown in Step 2 to Step 7 below.
Note Any specific VDSL2 settings should be set on the DSLAM side.
2. configure terminal
3. interface type slot/subslot/port number
4. ip address ip-address mask
6. no shutdown
If you experience trouble with the VDSL2 connection, verify the following:
•The VDSL line is connected and using the two center pins of the line (pins 2 and 3 of a 4-wire RJ-11 plug or pins 3 and 4 of a 6-wire RJ-11 plug). For more information on the VDSL2 connection, see the hardware guide for your router.
•The VDSL2 LED CD light is on. If it is not on, the router may not be connected to the DSL access multiplexer (DSLAM). For more information on the VDSL2 LED, see the hardware installation guide specific for your router.
•The DSLAM supports the VDSL2 signaling protocol.
Use the show controller vdsl slot/subslot/port number command in privileged EXEC mode to view a VDSL2 configuration. The debug vdsl slot/subslot/port number daemon state command can be used to enable the debug messages that print the state transition of VDSL2 training.
You can reload or upgrade the firmware file into the VDSL chipset without upgrading your Cisco IOS image. To use a DSL firmware other than the embedded one, use the firmware filename command in controller configuration mode. Use the no form of the command to revert back to the embedded firmware. Next, enter the shutdown and no shutdown commands on the VDSL2 controller. The new firmware is downloaded and the VDSL2 line starts training up.
If the command is not present or the named firmware file is corrupt or not available, the default firmware file flash:vdsl.bin is checked to be present and not corrupt. The firmware in this file is then downloaded to the modem chipset.
Configuration Examples for HWIC-1VDSL
This section provides the following configuration examples:
VDSL2 HWIC Running Configuration
The following example shows the running configuration with the VDSL2 HWIC on a Cisco 3945 ISR.router#show runBuilding configuration...Current configuration : 1972 bytes!! Last configuration change at 06:54:21 UTC Fri Oct 30 2009!version 15.0service timestamps debug datetime msecservice timestamps log datetime msecno service password-encryptionservice internal!hostname router!boot-start-markerboot-end-marker!! card type command needed for slot/vwic-slot 0/2!no aaa new-model!no ipv6 cefip source-routeip cef!!ip multicast-routing!!ip host dirt 22.214.171.124multilink bundle-name authenticated!!!!license udi pid C3900-SPE150/K9 sn FHH123000JN!!archivelog confighidekeys!!controller VDSL 0/0/0!!!!!interface GigabitEthernet0/0ip address 126.96.36.199 255.255.0.0shutdownduplex autospeed auto!interface GigabitEthernet0/1mac-address 0000.0000.0004mtu 3000ip address 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.0ip pim sparse-dense-modeload-interval 30duplex autospeed auto!interface GigabitEthernet0/2no ip addressshutdownduplex autospeed auto!interface Ethernet0/0/0ip address 184.108.40.206 255.255.255.0ip pim sparse-dense-modeload-interval 30pppoe enable group globalpppoe-client dial-pool-number 1!interface Dialer1ip address negotiatedno ip redirectsno ip unreachablesno ip proxy-arpip mtu 1492ip virtual-reassemblyencapsulation pppload-interval 30dialer pool 1dialer-group 1no cdp enable!ip forward-protocol nd!ip pim bsr-candidate Ethernet0/0/0 0ip pim rp-candidate Ethernet0/0/0no ip http serverno ip http secure-server!ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Dialer1ip route 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.0 18.104.22.168ip route 22.214.171.124 255.255.0.0 126.96.36.199ip route 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.255 184.108.40.206!dialer-list 1 protocol ip permit!arp 220.127.116.11 0010.9400.012b ARPA!snmp-server community public RO!control-plane!alias exec c conf t!line con 0exec-timeout 0 0privilege level 15line aux 0line vty 0 4exec-timeout 0 0privilege level 15no login!exception data-corruption buffer truncatescheduler allocate 20000 1000end
The following sections provide references related to VDSL2.
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