MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), MGX 8950, and MGX 8830 Command Reference, Release 4
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Table Of Contents

dspabrtparmdft

dspactaudit

dspaddr

dspaddrcug

dspadjlnalm

dspadjlnalmcnt

dspainihopcount

dspaisdelaytimer

dspalm

dspalmcnf

dspalmcnt

dspalms

dspapsbkplane

dspapsln

dspapslns

dspatmaddr

dspatmimagrp

dspatmln

dspbecnt

dspbert

dspbertcap

dspbkpl

dspcbclk

dspcd

dspcdalms

dspcderrs

dspcdhealth

dspcds

dspcdstatcnf

dspcdstatus

dspcdvtdft

dspchan

dspchancnt

dspchans

dspchantests

dspchassis

dspcli

dspclkalms

dspclkparms

dspclksrcs

dspcmdabbr

dspcon

dspconalmcnts

dspconalms

dspconinfo

dspconload

dspconntracebuffer

dspconntracebuffers

dspcons

dspcons-dbg

dspconsegep

dspcontrollers

dspcug

dspcugdefaddr

dspcurclk

dspdate

dspdevalms

dspdeverr

dspdeverr

dspdeverrhist

dspdeverrhist

dspdiagcnf

dspdiagerr

dspdiagstat

dspdiagstatus

dspdisk

dspegrbucketcnt

dspenhiisp

dspenvalms

dsperr

dsperrhist

dspetherif

dspfile

dspfltset

dsphotstandby

dspilmi

dspilmiaddr

dspilmicnt

dspilmis

dspimagrp

dspimagrpalm

dspimagrpalms

dspimagrpbucketcnt

dspimagrpcnt

dspimagrps

dspimalnk

dspimalnkalm

dspimalnkalms

dspimalnkbucketcnt

dspimalnkcnt

dspimalnks

dspingbucketcnt

dspintfcongcntr

dspintfcongflags

dspintfcongth

dspipconntask

dspipif

dspipifcache

dsplink

dsplinkalm

dspln

dsplncnt

dsplnload

dsplnpmbucketcnt

dsplns

dspload

dsplog

dsploginmsg

dsplogs

dspmbsdft

dspncdp

dspncdpclksrc

dspncdpclksrcs

dspncdpport

dspncdpports

dspndalms

dspndparms

dspndstatus

dspnodalcongcntr

dspnodalcongflags

dspnodalcongth

dspnodalconstats

dspnodalfd

dspnodecug

dspnwnode

dspnwnodes

dspoamsegep

dsppart

dspparties

dsppartiespercon

dspparts

dspparty

dsppathtracebuffer

dsppathtracebuffers

dsppathtraceie

dsppathtracenode

dsppathtraceport

dsppingatmaddr


dspabrtparmdft

Display ABR Parameter Defaults—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspabrtparmdft command displays the default ABR parameters for a logical port under PNNI.

Syntax

dspabrtparmdft <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

addcon, cnfabr, cnfabrtparmdft

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the default ABR parameters on port ID 1:1.1:1.

8850_NY.8.PXM.a > dspabrtparmdft 1:1.1:1
Default ABR Traffic Parameters For: 1:1.1:1 
-----------------------------------
RIF: 7 (= 1/512)
RDF: 4 (= 1/4096)
TBE: 1048320 (Cells)
NRM: 5 (= 32 Cells)
TRM: 8 (= 100 misc.)
ADTF: 50 (= 0.50 Sec)
CDF: 7 (= 1/2)
FSD: 0 (microSec)

dspactaudit

Display Active Audit—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspactaudit shows whether the background active audit process is enabled and shows any related events from the audit window. This audit periodically sends a status enquiry across a link for a very small number of connections to determine whether two peers have the same record of the connection.


Caution Active audit is enabled by default. Cisco Systems strongly recommends that you keep it enabled.

Syntax

dspactaudit

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

actaudit

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER



dspaddr

Display Address—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspaddr command displays ATM addresses and associated information for a UNI or IISP. For details on the displayed items, see the addaddr description. The items in the display are as follows:

All the ATM addresses on the port and the length of each address

Address plan

The type of address—internal or external

The protocol for advertising the address

The choice for address distribution

The transit node ID if the node is a transit node

The scope—applicable to multi-peer groups only

Syntax

dspaddr <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

addaddr, deladdr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the ATM address and other details for port 3:1.1:1.

8850_NY.8.PXM.a > dspaddr 3:1.1:1
47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30c0
length: 104    type: internal      proto: local
scope: 0       plan: nsap_icd      redistribute: false
transit network id:
8850_NY.8.PXM.a > 

dspaddrcug

Display Address CUG—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspaddrcug command displays the following attributes for a closed user group (CUG) associated with an ATM address:

Preferential CUG index

Outgoing access

Incoming access

List of CUG indices associated with the ATM address

If no CUG assignment exists for an ATM address, the display shows nothing. To see the detailed attributes of a particular CUG index, use the dspcug command. For more information on CUGs, see the addcug description.

Syntax

dspaddrcug <atm-address> <length> <plan>

Syntax Description

atm-address

The NSAP or E.164 address on the local UNI interface is 20 bytes.

length

Address length. The units of measure differ for each address plan. The -plan option lets you specify E.164 or NSAP.

For an NSAP address plan, the units of measure are bits. The range is 0-160. Using the maximum of a 20-byte ATM address:

20 bytes x 8 bits per byte = 160 bits

For an E.164 address plan, the value is the number of decimal digits. If the ATM address consists of 15 digits, the value for this parameter is also 15.

plan

The plan is either NSAP or E.164 and is set when you added the address by using the addaddr command.


Related Commands

addcug, cnfcug, clrcugdefaddr, cnfaddrcug, cnfnodecug, delcug, dspcug, dspcugdefaddr, dspnodecug, setcugdefaddr

Attributes

log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display CUG details for ATM address 47.0091.8100.0000.0001.4444.7777 (length 104 and NSAP plan). Note that the Pref CUG index of 0 means that no preferential CUG has been specified. If the AESA in this example were to have a preferential CUG, it would have an index of 12, 50, 100, or 101.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dspaddrcug 47.0091.8100.0000.0001.4444.7777 104 nsap
Address	: 47.0091.8100.0000.0001.4444.7777 
Length	: 104 
Plan	: nsap 
Pref cug index	: 0 
Incoming Access	: allowed 
Outgoing Access	: disallowed 
Number of CUGs	: 4 
CUG indices	:	12	50	100	101

dspadjlnalm

Display Adjacent Line Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspadjlnalm command lets you display the alarm status line for the adjacent back card. To acquire the status, enter the bay and line number for the active back card.


Note The clradjlnalmcnt command works for only inter-card APS.


Syntax

dspadjlnalm <X.line>

Syntax Description

X

X identifies the card. For SRMs, X differs in an MGX 8850 and MGX 8830 chassis:

X = 2 identifies the UNI/NNI back card on the PXM1E

X = 15 or 31 identifies an SRM in an MGX 8850 chassis (includes redundant cards in 16 or 32)

X = 7 is an SRM in an MGX 8830 chassis (includes redundant card in slot 14)


Related Commands

dspadjlnalmcnt, clradjlnalmcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspadjlnalm 15.1
 Line Number             : 15.1
 Section Alarm State     : LOS
 Line Alarm State        : Clear
 Path Alarm State        : Clear
 Section Stat Alarm State: CurrentESs,CurrentSESs,CurrentSEFSs
 Line Stat Alarm State   : CurrentSESs,CurrentUASs
 Path Stat Alarm State   : CurrentSESs,CurrentUASs
 LOCD Alarm State        : Clear
 APS  Alarm State        : Major

dspadjlnalmcnt

Display Adjacent Line Alarm Counters—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspadjlnalmcnt command lets you display the alarm counters for the adjacent back card. To acquire the status, enter the bay and line number for the active back card.


Note The clradjlnalmcnt command works for only inter-card APS.


Syntax

dspadjlnalmcnt <bay.line> <intvl>

Syntax Description

bay.line

The active bay and line.

intvl

The time interval to display (0-96). 0 is the current 15-minute interval. 1 is the most recent 15-minute interval. 2 is the next most recent 15-minute interval, and so on. 96 being the oldest 15-minute interval.


Related Commands

dspadjlnalm, clradjlnalmcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX88503.7.PXM1E.a> dspadjlnalmcnt 15.1 1
 Interval Number: 1         

 Section PM:     
 -----------     
 Num of LOSs   :          0
 Num of Loss    :          0
  ESs             :          1
  SESs            :          0
  SEFSs           :          0
  CVs             :          4

  Line PM:        
  -----------     
  Num of AISs     :          0
  Num of RFIs     :          0
                         Near End      Far End
  ESs             :          1           0
  SESs            :          0           0
  CVs             :         39           0
  UASs            :          0           0

  Path PM:        
  -----------     
  Num of AISs     :          0
  Num of RFIs     :          0
                         Near End      Far End
  ESs             :          0           0
  SESs            :          1           1
  CVs             :         25          25
  UASs            :          0           0

dspainihopcount

Display AINI Hop Count—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspainihopcount command shows the enable or disable status and the limit for the number of hops a connection can have over AINI links. The counter is the Hop Counter Information Element. This configuration applies to the entire node.

Syntax

dspainihopcount

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfainihopcount

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSERP


Example

Display the current configuration for AINI hop count.

8850_NY.8.PXM.a > dspainihopcount
AINI Hop Counter Generation: enable
Max AINI Hops: 20


8850_NY.8.PXM.a >

dspaisdelaytimer

Display AIS Delay Timer—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspaisdelaytimer display shows the number of seconds that the switch waits before it sends AIS/Abit to CPE. See the cnfaisdelaytimer description for details.

Syntax

dspaisdelaytimer

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfaisdelaytimer

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current AIS delay timer setting.

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > dspaisdelaytimer
AIS Delay Timer: 0 seconds

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a >

dspalm

Display Alarm—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspalm command on the PXM1E displays line alarms on either the UNI/NNI back card or an SRM. See cnfalm for a description of the types of alarms you can see. In addition to the configurable alarm types, the output also shows instances of loss of cell delineation (LOCD). (For line alarms on an AXSM, see the dspalm description in the AXSM-specific documentation.)

Syntax

dspalm -<lineType> <X>.<line>

Syntax Description

lineType

The line type varies for each card, as follows:

PXM back card: -ds3, -sonet, -plcp, -e1, -ds1

SRME: -sonet

SRM-3T3: -ds3

X

X identifies the card. For SRMs, X differs in an MGX 8850 and MGX 8830 chassis:

X = 2 identifies the UNI/NNI back card on the PXM1E

X = 15 or 31 identifies an SRM in an MGX 8850 chassis (includes redundant cards in 16 or 32)

X = 7 is an SRM in an MGX 8830 chassis (includes redundant card in slot 14)

line

The range for line numbers depends on the card type and is from 1 to the highest numbered line on the back card, as follows:

PXM1E back card: 1-12

SRM-3T3: 1-3

SRME: 1

For T1 or E1 back card: 1-16


Related Commands

dspln, dsplns, dspalmcnts, clralmcnts

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display alarms for line 1 on the UNI/NNI back card. In this case, the back card has E3 lines.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspalm -e3 2.1
Line Number       : 2.1
  Alarm State            : Clear
  Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
  LOCD Alarm State       : Clear
Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspalmcnf

Display Alarm Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspalmcnf command displays the threshold information about the alarm statistics being collected. Refer to the cnfalm description for details regarding alarm thresholds.

Syntax

dspalmcnf -<lineType> <X.line>

Syntax Description

-lineType

The possible line types depend on what X.line identifies, as follows:

For X = 2, possible line types for PXM1E back card are as follows:

-sonetsec - Displays the section alarms for the given sonet line.

-sonetline - Displays the line alarms for the given sonet line.

-sonetpath -Displays the path alarms for the given sonet line.

-ds3 - Displays the statistical alarms for the given DS3 line.

-plcp - Displays alarms for Physical Layer Convergence Procedure (PLCP).

For X = 7, 15, or 31, possible line types for SRMs are as follows:

-sonetsec - Displays the section alarms for the given SONET line.

-sonetline - Displays the line alarms for the given SONET line.

-sonetpath -Displays the path alarms for the given SONET line.

-ds3 - Displays the statistical alarms for the given DS3 line.

X.line

The X field identifies either of the following:

The UNI/NNI back card in bay 2 of the PXM1E

The logical slot of the SRM under the control of a PXM1E

The value for X can be one of the following:

2 identifies the UNI/NNI back card attached to a PXM1E.

In an MGX 8850 chassis, 15 or 31 identifies the logical slot number of the active SRM (regardless of physical slot number).

In an MGX 8830 chassis, 7 identifies the logical slot number of the active SRM (regardless of physical slot number).

The values for line depends on the type of card. Possible values are as follows:

SRME: 1

SRM-3T3: 1-3

PXM1E back card: 1-16 (whatever is the highest line number on the card)


Related Commands

cnfalm, dspalm, dspalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the SONET section alarm configuration for the SRME in slot 31.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspalmcnf -sonetsec 31.1
LineNum: 31.1
  Section Stat Alarm Severity: None
                   15min Threshold    24hr Threshold
  Section ESs  :   20                 200
  Section SESs :   3                  7
  Section SEFSs:   3                  7
  Section CVs  :   25                 250

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspalmcnt

Display Alarm Counters—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspalmcnt command on the PXM1E lets you display lines alarms on either the UNI/NNI back card or an SRM. For line alarms on an AXSM, see the other version of the dspalmcnt command.

Syntax

dspalmcnt -<lineType> <X.line>

Syntax Description

lineType

The line type varies for each card, as follows:

PXM back card: -ds3, -sonet, -plcp, -e1, -ds1

SRME: -sonet

SRM-3T3: -ds3

X

X identifies the card. For SRMs, X differs in an MGX 8850 and MGX 8830 chassis:

X = 2 identifies the UNI/NNI back card on the PXM1E

X = 15 or 31 identifies an SRM in an MGX 8850 chassis (includes redundant cards in 16 or 32)

X = 7 is an SRM in an MGX 8830 chassis (includes redundant card in slot 14)

line

The range for line numbers depends on the card type and is from 1 to the highest numbered line on the back card, as follows:

PXM1E back card: 1-16 (whatever is the highest number line on the back card)

SRM-3T3: 1-3

SRME: 1


Related Commands

dspln, dsplns, dspalmcnt

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the alarm count for the SRME in slot 31. To see the alarm configuration, use dspalmcnf.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspalmcnt -sonet 31.1
Line Number         : 31.1
Elapsed Time(in sec): 0
Section PM: 
----------- 
  Num of LOSs     : 0
  Num of LOFs     : 0
  CurrentESs      : 0
  CurrentSESs     : 0
  CurrentSEFSs    : 0
  CurrentCVs      : 0
  TotalESs        : 0
  TotalSESs       : 0
  TotalSEFSs      : 0
  TotalCVs        : 0
  Line PM:
--------
  Num of AISs: 0
  Num of RFIs: 0
  CurrentESs     : 0 
  CurrentSESs    : 0
  CurrentCVs     : 0
  CurrentUASs    : 0

  TotalESs       : 0
  TotalSESs      : 0
  TotalCVs       : 0
  TotalUASs      : 0
  Path PM:
--------
  Num of AISs: 0
  Num of RFIs: 0
  CurrentESs     : 0
  CurrentSESs    : 0
  CurrentCVs     : 0
  CurrentUASs    : 0
  TotalESs       : 0
  TotalSESs      : 0
  TotalCVs       : 0
  TotalUASs      : 0
  

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspalms

Display Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspalms command displays all line-related alarms on the card. RFC 2258 describes the alarm categories. The display can easily scroll for many pages if more than one line is active. See cnfalm for a description of types of alarms you might see. In addition to the alarms from cnfalm, the dspalms command also displays instances of loss of cell delineation (LOCD).

Syntax

dspalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspalm, clralm

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display alarms for the lines on the current card.

pxm1enode.7.PXM.a > dspalms

---------------------------------------------
Line Number            : 2.1
 Alarm State            : XmtRAI,RcvLOF,RcvLOS,RcvOtherFailure
 Statistical Alarm State: UAS15minAlarm,UAS24hrAlarm
 LOCD Alarms State      : LOCD

Line Number            : 2.2
 Alarm State            : XmtRAI,RcvLOF,RcvLOS,RcvOtherFailure
 Statistical Alarm State: UAS15minAlarm,UAS24hrAlarm
 LOCD Alarms State      : LOCD

Line Number            : 2.3
 Alarm State            : Clear
 Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
 LOCD Alarms State      : Clear

Line Number            : 2.4
 Alarm State            : Clear
 Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
 LOCD Alarms State      : Clear

Line Number            : 2.5
 Alarm State            : Clear

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
 Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
 LOCD Alarms State      : Clear

Line Number            : 2.6
 Alarm State            : Clear
 Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
 LOCD Alarms State      : Clear

Line Number            : 2.7
 Alarm State            : Clear
 Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
 LOCD Alarms State      : Clear

Line Number            : 2.8
 Alarm State            : Clear
 Statistical Alarm State: No Statistical Alarms
 LOCD Alarms State      : Clear


pxm1enode.7.PXM.a >

dspapsbkplane

Display APS Backplane—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspapsbkplane output states whether the automatic protection switching (APS) mini-backplane is absent or is properly seated and engaged with the back cards. (See the addapsln description for details on APS.


Caution If you are installing a 4-OC3 back card on the PXM1E but plan to upgrade to an 8-OC3 back card and use APS, the upgrade can be graceful only if an APS mini-backplane already resides in the chassis. You can install it before powering up the switch even though it is not immediately used.
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If you have to install the mini-backplane after the switch starts carrying live traffic, service disruption is unavoidable.

See the hardware installation guide for information on installing the APS assembly to the backplane.

Syntax

dspapsbkplane

Syntax Description

No parameters.


Related Commands

addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, clrbecnt, dspbecnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Example of dspapsbkplane when no APS mini-backplane is installed.

Mumbai.7.PXM.a > dspapsbkplane
This feature does not apply to the card present in this slot

SRME Top Bay:APS Back Plane Not Engaged or Adjacent Back Card Not
Present.

SRME Bottom Bay:APS Back Plane Not Engaged or Adjacent Back Card Not
Present.

dspapsln

Display APS Line—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspapsln command displays the configuration of an APS line on a Service Resource Module (SRM) or the PXM1E UNI/NNI back card. This command can be used for a working line or a protection line.

See the addapsln description for an explanation of automatic protection switching (APS).

Syntax

dspapsln <working-slot.bay.line>

Syntax Description

working-slot

The slot number depends on the chassis as well as the type of card, as follows:

For PXM45 in an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is 15 or 31.

For PXM1E in an MGX 8850 chassis:

For the UNI/NNI back card, slot is 7.

For the SRME, slot is 15 or 31.

For PXM1E in an MGX 8830 chassis:

For the UNI/NNI back card, slot is 1.

For the SRME, slot is 7.

bay

The bay number is present only for consistency with legacy purposes (the slot number uniquely identifies the location of the card) The bay is a fixed logical number that depends on the card, as follows:

For SRME, bay always is 1.

For the PXM1E interface, bay always is 2.

line

On the PXM1E OC3c/STM1 back card, the line depends on the back card type, as follows:

9-12 on the combo card

1-4 on the regular, 4-line card

1-8 on the regular, 8-line card

On an SRME, the line number always is 1.


Related Commands

addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


dspapslns

Display APS Lines—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspapslns command displays all working and protection APS lines on a card. After identifying a particular APS line, you can use dspapsln to view details about the line.

See the addapsln command for an explanation of Automatic Protection Switching (APS).

Syntax

dspapslns

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

addapsln, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane, clrbecnt, dspbecnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


dspatmaddr

Display ATM Addresses—PXM45, PXM1E

The output of dspatmaddr includes configured ATM addresses, configured ILMI address prefixes, and ATM addresses registered by way of the ILMI address registration procedure.

Syntax

dspatmaddr <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

dspaddr

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the ATM addresses and prefixes on port 2:1.1:1.

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspatmaddr 2:1.1:1
Port Id: 2.1
Configured Port Address(es):
    39.840f.8011.3744.0000.0040.1005.3456.7834.7777.77
    length: 160		type: internal		proto: local
    scope:  0		plan: nsap-dcc		redistribute: false

ILMI Configured Port Prefix(es):
    47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01
    88.8888.8888.0000.0000.0000.0000
 
ILMI Registered Port Address(es):
    47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01.1234.5678.9012.34
    88.8888.8888.0000.0000.0000.0000.1234.5678.9012.34

length: 160	type: internal		proto: local
scope:  0	plan: nsap-dcc		redistribute: false
Geneva.7.PXM.a > 

dspatmimagrp

Display ATM IMA Group—PXM1E

The dspatmimagrp command displays the ATM payload scramble enable for an IMA group. The command that lets you enable or disable payload scrambling is cnfatmimagrp. The setting applies to all links in an IMA group.

Syntax

dspatmimagrp <group>

Syntax Description

group

The group identifier consists of a bay number as well as a group number in the format bay.group, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

group: 1-16


Related Commands

cnfatmimagrp

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the payload scrambling enable status for IMA group 1.

PXM1E.7.PXM.a > dspatmimagrp 2.1
 Group    HCScoset PayloadScramble
 ------- --------- --------------- 
      2.1   Enable          Enable

PXM1E-IMA-227.7.PXM.a > 

dspatmln

Display ATM Line—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays the cell header configuration for the line that was set using cnfatmln. The display indicates NNI or UNI cell headers.


Note In the current release, this command does not apply to a PXM45.


Syntax

dspatmln <X.line>

Syntax Description

X

X identifies the card. For SRMs, X differs in an MGX 8850 and MGX 8830 chassis:

X = 2 identifies the UNI/NNI back card on the PXM1E

X = 15 or 31 identifies an SRM in an MGX 8850 chassis (includes redundant cards in 16 or 32)

X = 7 is an SRM in an MGX 8830 chassis (includes redundant card in slot 14)

line

The range for line numbers depends on the card type and is from 1 to the highest numbered line on the back card, as follows:

PXM1E back card: 1-16 (whatever is the highest number line on the back card)

SRM-3T3: 1-3

SRME: 1


Related Commands

cnfatmln, clratmlncnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the ATM line configuration for line 1 on the PXM1E UNI.NNI card.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspatmln 2.1
 LineNum  HCScoset PayloadScramble NullCellHdr NullCellPayload
 ------- --------- --------------- ----------- ---------------
        ?   Enable          Enable  0x00000001              6a 

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspbecnt

Display Bit Error Count—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspbecnt command displays the APS-related bit error counters.

Syntax

dspbecnt <working-slot.bay.line>

Syntax Description

working-slot

The slot number depends on the chassis as well as the type of card, as follows:

For PXM45 in an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is 15 or 31.

For PXM1E in an MGX 8850 chassis:

For the UNI/NNI back card, slot is 7.

For the SRME, slot is 15 or 31.

For PXM1E in an MGX 8830 chassis:

For the UNI/NNI back card, slot is 1.

For the SRME, slot is 7.

bay

The bay number is present only for consistency with legacy purposes (the slot number uniquely identifies the location of the card) The bay is a fixed logical number that depends on the card, as follows:

For SRME, bay always is 1.

For the PXM1E interface, bay always is 2.

line

On the PXM1E OC3c/STM1 back card, the line depends on the back card type, as follows:

9-12 on the combo card

1-4 on the regular, 4-line card

1-8 on the regular, 8-line card

On an SRME, the line number always is 1.


Related Commands

addapsln, clrbecnt, cnfapsln, delapsln, dspapsln, dspapslns, switchapsln, dspapsbkplane

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM1EE.a > dspbecnt 7.2.9
Working Section 1 7.2.9 :
    24 Hour Bit Error Count   0
    15 Minute Bit Error Count 130
    15 Second Bit Error Count 0
Working Section 2 8.2.9 :
    24 Hour Bit Error Count   0
    15 Minute Bit Error Count 30413
    15 Second Bit Error Count 2307

dspbert

Display Bit Error Rate Test—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspbert command lets you display the configuration and current data for a bit error rate test (BERT). Only one BERT session at a time can run in a particular bay. A dspbert command also runs on the AXSM-E. Refer to that description for BERT on an AXSM-E.

The information this command displays is as follows:

The user Id of the person who started the BERT session

Start date and time

Current date and time

Physical slot number running BERT

Line number

Port number, if applicable (port is an optional parameter for configuring a BERT session)

DS0 speed

Type of test

The screen layout includes the following:

One or more rows for the results of the BERT: bit count, bit error count, bit error rate, and so on.

Whether and how many times errors were injected.

Syntax

dspbert <SMbay>

Syntax Description

SMbay

To specify a bay, enter one of the following numbers:

0: upper bay

1: lower bay

For an MGX 8830 chassis, SMbay must be 0.


Related Commands

addbert, delbert, dspbertcap

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the BERT session in the lower bay. The target is line 1 of an FRSM in slot 25.

modena1.7.PXM.a > dspbert 1

        Start Date                      : 05/07/2002
        Current Date                    : 05/07/2002
        Start Time                      : 15:41:11
        Current Time                    : 16:15:00
        Physical Slot Number            : 25
        Logical Slot Number             : 25
        Line Number                     : 1 (Line test)
        Device To Loop                  : Local Loopback
        BERT Pattern                    : All Zeroes Pattern
        Error Inject Count              : 0
        Bit Count                       : 3107466159
        Bit Count Received              : 3107466159
        Bit Error Count                 : 0
        Bit Error Rate (BER)            : 0

                BERT is in sync.

dspbertcap

Display BERT Capabilities—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspbertcap command lists the capability of a particular line or port on a service module to support specific BERT patterns or loopbacks. The numbers in the dspbertcap output are the possible pattern or loopback numbers you can provide to the cnfbert command. For example, a particular service module may support 12 of the 32 possible BERT patterns, so you would use the dspbertcap command for that service module to see what you can provide to the cnfbert command.

Only the SRME supports smart jack loopbacks, so the dspbertcap output for loopbacks shows where the capability requires an SRME.


Note The current release does not support DDS patterns.


Syntax

dspbertcap <SM Interface> <Test Option>

Syntax Description

SM Interface

The format of Service Module Interface is: SMslot.SMLine[.SMport], as follows:

SMslot has a value that depends on the chassis model, as follows:

For an MGX 8850 chassis, the ranges are 1-6, 9-14, 17-22, 25-30.

For an MGX 8830 chassis, the ranges are 3-6 and 10-13.

SMLine has a range from 1 though the maximum number of lines on the card.

The optional SMport has a value from 1 though the maximum ports supported by the service module.

Test Option

Type one of the following numbers to select the capability to display:

1: BERT capability

2: Loopback capability


Related Commands

dspbert, cnfbert

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Determine the pattern list for line 1 of the card in slot 3. In this example, the card is an FRSM-2CT3.

pxm1e.7.PXM.a > dspbertcap 3.1 1

Pattern List:
------------- 
         1: allZeros,           2: allOnes,            3: altOneZero,
         4: doubleAltOnesZeros  6: oneIn8,             8: threeIn24,
        18: twoE9MinusOne,     20: twoE11MinusOne     21: twoE15MinusOne,
        24: twoE20MinusOne,    25: twoE20MinusOneQRSS 28: twoE23MinusOne 

Device to loop options supported:
---------------------------------

         FarEnd Loopback: All listed patterns supported
                 12: lineInband,     13: lineLoopbackESF
                 18: smartJackInband  -Supported only on SRME

         Local Loopback: All listed patterns supported
                 14: localLoopback

         No Loopback: All listed patterns supported
                 15: noLoopbackCode

Use cnfbert and delbert cli to configure and delete bert

Display the loopback capabilities of the same card and line.

pxm1e.7.PXM.a > dspbertcap 3.1 2

         1: farEndLineLoopback: supported
                 12: lineInband,    13: lineLoopbackESF
                 17: smartJackInband - Supported only on SRME


         3: remoteLineLoopback: supported
                 15: noCode


         5: localLoopback: supported
                 15: noCode

Use addlpback and dellpback cli to add and delete loopback codes

Display the BERT capabilities of line 1 of the CESM in slot 20.

pxm1e.7.PXM.a > dspbertcap 20.1 1

Pattern List:
-------------
         1: allZeros,           2: allOnes,            3: altOneZero,
         4: doubleAltOnesZeros  6: oneIn8,             8: threeIn24,
        18: twoE9MinusOne,     20: twoE11MinusOne     21: twoE15MinusOne,
        24: twoE20MinusOne,    25: twoE20MinusOneQRSS 28: twoE23MinusOne 

Device to loop options supported:
---------------------------------

         FarEnd Loopback: All listed patterns supported
                 12: lineInband,     13: lineLoopbackESF
                 18: smartJackInband  -Supported only on SRME

         Local Loopback: All listed patterns supported
                 14: localLoopback

         No Loopback: All listed patterns supported
                 15: noLoopbackCode

Use cnfbert and delbert cli to configure and delete bert

Display the loopback capabilities of line 1 of the CESM in slot 20.

pxm1e.7.PXM.a > dspbertcap 20.1 2

         1: farEndLineLoopback: supported
                 12: lineInband,    13: lineLoopbackESF
                 17: smartJackInband - Supported only on SRME


         3: remoteLineLoopback: supported
                 15: noCode


         5: localLoopback: supported
                 15: noCode

Use addlpback and dellpback cli to add and delete loopback codes

pxm1e.7.PXM.a >

dspbkpl

Display Backplane—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspbkpl command shows the following types of information about the backplane:

Card type (a hexadecimal number)

Chassis-level part number and revision number

PCB 73-level part number

Chassis serial number

CLEI code

PCB 28-level part number

Syntax

dspbkpl

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspcd

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display details about the backplane.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspbkpl

BackPlane Information
---------------------

Card Type:                     0x12b
Chassis 800-level P/N:         800-03145-07
Chassis 800-level rev:         B0
PCB 73-level P/N:              73-3094-02
Chassis serial number:         SAA03190530
CLEI CODE:                     IPMAABOARA
PCB 28-level P/N:              28-2681-02

dspcbclk

Display Cellbus Clock—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcbclk command displays the following for individual Cellbuses:

The Cellbuses that support only the default clock rate of 21 MHz and the Cellbuses that support either 21 Mhz or 42 Mhz rates

Whether an individual Cellbus is running at the standard rate of 21 MHz or the double-speed rate of 42 Mhz

The card slots that reside on each of the eight Cellbuses

The application of dspcbclk and cnfcbclk is the clocking for the Route Processor Module Premium (RPM-PR). The RPM-PR runs much more efficiently at 42 Mhz, but not all card slots can receive this double-speed clock. Use dspcbclk to see which slots can receive 42 Mhz, then use cnfcbclk to configure the applicable Cellbus for double-speed clocking.

Syntax

dspcbclk

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfcbclk

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current Cellbus clock configuration. The display shows that all Cellbuses currently have the default speed of 21 Mhz.

pop20two.8.PXM.a > dspcbclk

     CellBus    Rate (MHz)    Slots     Allowable Rates (MHz)
    ----------------------------------------------------------
       CB1         21        1, 2            21, 42
       CB2         21        3, 4            21, 42
       CB3         21        5, 6            21, 42
       CB4         21        17 - 22         21
       CB5         21        9, 10           21, 42
       CB6         21        11, 12          21, 42
       CB7         21        13, 14          21, 42
       CB8         21        25 - 30         21

dspcd

Display Card—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcd command displays card-level details. On a PXM, you can display information about the PXM or another card. On a service module, you can display details for only that service module. Different card types result in variations in the display. (See the Examples section.)

A list of information in the dspcd output follows. Refer to the Syntax Description and the Examples for additional details. In general, the display shows:

Serial numbers.

Front and back card types and the status of each.

Runtime and boot firmware revision numbers. (See the loadrev description for an explanation of how to interpret the revision field.)

Status, possibly including the reason for the last reset and state of the integrated alarm.

When dspcd is entered on the CLI of a service module:

A count of configured lines, ports, and connections

Card-level SCT number

The APS-related mode of an AXSM/A or AXSM/B (see the enableaxsmbaps description)

On the PXM only:

General node information, such as nodename, date, and time

Crossbar status (PXM45 only—the PXM1E does not have crossbar ASICs)

The version of firmware that is currently running

Back card mismatch information if you specify a slot number

On a service module, the dspcd display shows the physical lines that constitute a port group and the maximum number of connections in that port group. A port group consists of one to many physical lines. This maximum connection count is a function of the line type (OC-3, OC-12, and so on). The port group information also shows the number of existing SVCs, SPVCs, and SPVPs. This part of the dspcd output can help you configure resource partitions by showing the maximum number of supported connections. If a particular resource partition has close to the maximum supported by hardware on a line, few or no connections would be possible in another partition on the same line.


Note The total number of connections in the dspcd output includes control VCs. The types of control VCs are SSCOP, PNNI-RCC, and ILMI (if ILMI is enabled). To see connection counts that do not include control VCs, use dsppnport.


Syntax

dspcd [slot]

Syntax Description

slot

The optional slot parameter is available on a PXM only and refers to the physical slot of a card other than the PXM where you are using the dspcd command. Entering a slot number on the PXM displays information about the card in that slot. If you do not include a slot number on the PXM, the display applies to only the current PXM.

For a service module, slightly different information appears when you run dspcd on the PXM rather than the service module. For example, when you enter dspcd slot on the PXM, it shows the current version of the firmware that is running on the card. See the Examples section to compare display contents.


Related Commands

dspcds, dsppnport, dspversion

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the current PXM45.


Note The "P1" at the end of the software revision and boot firmware revision numbers shows that these versions are pre-release. Refer to the loadrev or setrev description for details.


p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > dspcd
p2spvc14                         System Rev: 03.09   Jan. 12, 2003 17:23:58 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: NONE
Slot Number    8    Redundant Slot:  7

                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------          ----------

Inserted Card:      PXM45B              UI Stratum3         PXM HardDiskDrive  
Reserved Card:      PXM45B              UI Stratum3         PXM HardDiskDrive  
State:              Active              Active              Active         
Serial Number:      SBK050302AM         00000000            SBK04400089 
Prim SW Rev:        3.9(7.44)A          ---                 ---
Sec SW Rev:         3.9(7.44)A          ---                 ---
Cur SW Rev:         3.9(7.44)A          ---                 ---
Boot FW Rev:        3.9(6.6)A           ---                 ---
800-level Rev:      B3                  01                  A0   
800-level Part#:    800-06147-08        800-98765-43        800-05052-04
CLEI Code:          BAA670YCAA          00000000            BA7IADNAAA 
Reset Reason:       On Reset From Shell
Card Alarm:         NONE                
Failed Reason:      None                
Miscellaneous Information:

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
p2spvc14                         System Rev: 03.09   Jan. 12, 2003 17:23:58 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: NONE

Crossbar Slot Status:      Present

Alarm Causes
------------
    NO ALARMS                 

Backcard Mismatch Reasons
-------------------------

Upper Card 
---------- 
    NO MISMATCH               

Lower Card 
---------- 
    NO MISMATCH               

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > 

Display the AXSM in slot 1.

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > dspcd 1
p2spvc14                         System Rev: 03.09   Jan. 12, 2003 17:28:36 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: NONE
Slot Number:   1    Redundant Slot: NONE 

                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------          ----------

Inserted Card:      AXSM_16OC3_B        MMF-8-OC3-MT/B      MMF-8-OC3-MT/B     
Reserved Card:      AXSM_16OC3          MMF_8_OC3_MT        MMF_8_OC3_MT       
State:              Active              Active              Active         
Serial Number:      SAG06152U8K         SAG06031N0H         SAG06122G6Z 
Prim SW Rev:        3.9(7.44)A          ---                 ---
Sec SW Rev:         3.9(7.44)A          ---                 ---
Cur SW Rev:         3.9(7.44)A          ---                 ---
Boot FW Rev:        3.9(7.22)A          ---                 ---
800-level Rev:      A0                  A0                  B0   
800-level Part#:    800-07909-08        800-07120-02        800-07120-02
CLEI Code:          BAA5HL5CAD          BAA75SZBAA          BAA75SZBAA 
Reset Reason:       On Power up
Card Alarm:         NONE                
Failed Reason:      None                
Miscellaneous Information:

Crossbar Slot Status:      Present

Alarm Causes
------------
    NO ALARMS                 

Backcard Mismatch Reasons
-------------------------

Upper Card 
---------- 
    NO MISMATCH               

Lower Card 
---------- 
    NO MISMATCH               

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > 

The following example is added to illustrate the difference between service module information as it appear on the PXM45 and the service module itself. It starts with a cc to the AXSM.

8850_LA.7.PXM.a > cc 1

(session redirected)

M8850_LA.1.AXSM.a > dspcd
                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------        ------------

Card Type:          AXSM-4-622          SMFIR-2-622         SMFIR-2-622         
State:              Active              Present             Present             
Serial Number:      SAK0350007N         SAK0346003F         SBK043902FE         
Boot FW Rev:        3.9(6.1)P1          ---                 ---                 
SW Rev:             3.9(6.1)P1          ---                 ---                 
800-level Rev:      09                  13                  A1                  
Orderable Part#:    800-05774-05        800-05383-01        800-05383-01        
PCA Part#:          73-4504-2           73-4125-1           73-4125-1           
CLEI Code:          BAA1BADAAA          0000000000          BAI9ADTAAA          
Reset Reason:       Power ON Reset

Card Operating Mode: AXSM-A

SCT File Configured Version: 1

SCT File Operational Version: 1

Card SCT Id: 5


#Lines #Ports #Partitions   #SPVC   #SPVP    #SVC
------ ------ ----------- ------- ------- -------
     3      2           4       0       0       4

Port Group[1]:
#Chans supported:32512  Lines:1.1 
Port Group[2]:
#Chans supported:32512  Lines:1.2 
Port Group[3]:
#Chans supported:32512  Lines:2.1 
Port Group[4]:
#Chans supported:32512  Lines:2.2

M8850_LA.1.AXSM.a >

The controller in this example is a PXM1E. Display first the card in slot 31 then the card in slot 32, the SRM slots. For slot 31 (the logical slot), note that the "Inserted Card" field in the Front Card columns is blank, The second display shows that an SRM exists in slot 32.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspcd 31
Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   May. 09, 2002 22:58:51 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Slot Number    31   Redundant Slot:  32

                   Front Card           Back Card
                   ----------           ---------
Inserted Card:      ---                 SMFIR_1_155         
Reserved Card:      UnReserved          UnReserved          
State:              Empty               Active              
Serial Number:      LKJHGFDSAPO         SAG053355HF         
Prim SW Rev:        ---                 ---                 
Sec SW Rev:         ---                 ---                 
Cur SW Rev:         ---                 ---                 
Boot FW Rev:        ---                 ---                 
800-level Rev:      02                  02                  
800-level Part#:    ---                 800-14460-02        
CLEI Code:          ---                 ZZXXCCVVBB                     
Reset Reason:       On Power up
Card Alarm:         NONE                
Failed Reason:      None                
Miscellaneous Information:

Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   May. 09, 2002 22:58:51 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Crossbar Slot Status:      No Crossbar

Alarm Causes
------------
    NO ALARMS                 

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspcd 32
Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   May. 09, 2002 22:59:06 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Slot Number    32   Redundant Slot:  31

                   Front Card           Back Card
                   ----------           ---------
Inserted Card:      SRME_OC3            SMFIR_1_155         
Reserved Card:      UnReserved          UnReserved          
State:              Active              Active              
Serial Number:      ABCDEFGHIJK         SAG053355H1         
Prim SW Rev:        ---                 ---                 
Sec SW Rev:         ---                 ---                 
Cur SW Rev:         ---                 ---                 
Boot FW Rev:        ---                 ---                 
800-level Rev:      33                  02                  
800-level Part#:    800-23700-02        800-14460-02        
CLEI Code:          QWERTYYUIO          AASSDDFFGG                     
Reset Reason:       On Reset From Shell
Card Alarm:         NONE                
Failed Reason:      None                
Miscellaneous Information:

Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   May. 09, 2002 22:59:06 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Crossbar Slot Status:      No Crossbar

Alarm Cause
    NO ALARMS 

Display the active PXM1E then the standby card. The display shows that one lower back card is missing.

jan-4oc3.7.PXM.a > dspcd
jan-4oc3                         System Rev:03.09   Sep. 11, 2002
15:07:29 PDT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm:MAJOR
Slot Number    7    Redundant Slot: 8

                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------          ----------

Inserted Card:     PXM1E-4-155         UI Stratum3         SMFIR_4_OC3
Reserved Card:     PXM1E-4-155         UI Stratum3
BC_SMFLR_4_OC3
State:             Active              Active              Active
Serial Number:     SAG05385FE5         SBK043000TK         SAG05435ZB8
Prim SW Rev:       3.0(1.39)P1         ---                 ---
Sec SW Rev:        3.0(1.39)P1         ---                 ---
Cur SW Rev:        3.0(1.39)P1         ---                 ---
Boot FW Rev:       3.0(1.9)P1          ---                 ---
800-level Rev:     E2                  A0                  02
800-level Part#:   800-18588-02        800-05787-02        800-18664-01

CLEI Code:         0                   BA7IBCLAAA          0
Reset Reason:      On Reset From Shell
Card Alarm:        MAJOR
Failed Reason:     None
Miscellaneous Information:

Crossbar Slot Status:     EMPTY

Alarm Causes
------------
    Channel                                  :ALARM

Backcard Mismatch Reasons
-------------------------

Upper Card
----------
    NO MISMATCH

Lower Card
----------
    NO MISMATCH

Display the standby PXM1E.

jan-4oc3.7.PXM.a > dspcd 8
jan-4oc3                         System Rev:03.09   Sep. 11, 2002
15:07:51 PDT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm:MAJOR
Slot Number    8    Redundant Slot: 7

                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------          ----------

Inserted Card:     PXM1E-4-155         UI Stratum3         ---
Reserved Card:     PXM1E-4-155         UI Stratum3
BC_SMFLR_4_OC3
State:             Standby             Active              Empty Resvd
Serial Number:     SAG05385FFH         SBK043300ET         ---
Prim SW Rev:       3.0(1.39)P1         ---                 ---
Sec SW Rev:        3.0(1.39)P1         ---                 ---
Cur SW Rev:        3.0(1.39)P1         ---                 ---
Boot FW Rev:       3.0(10.118)P2       ---                 ---
800-level Rev:     02                  A0                  ---
800-level Part#:   800-18588-02        800-05787-02        ---
CLEI Code:                             BA7IBCLAAA          ---
Reset Reason:      On Reset From Shell
Card Alarm:        MAJOR
Failed Reason:     None
Miscellaneous Information:

Crossbar Slot Status:     EMPTY

Alarm Causes
------------
    Reserved Back Card Missing               :ALARM
    Card State                               :ALARM

Backcard Mismatch Reasons
-------------------------

Upper Card
----------
    NO MISMATCH

Lower Card
----------
    NO MISMATCH

dspcdalms

Display Card Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

Use dspcdalms to display alarms that have been reported by any of the following:

A service module (a service module also reports LMI alarms)

Applications on the PXM that detect service module alarms (by slot)

The PXM1E UNI.NNI back card

A Service Resource Module (SRM)

If dspcdalms shows an alarm for one of the following parts of a card, you can cc to that card and use one of the following commands:

Line (dsplns and dspln)

Port (dspports and dspport)

LMI (dsplmi, dspfdr, dspfdrs, and dspfdrstat)

Connection (dspcons and dspcon) on a service module or PXM1E UNI/NNI back card

Channel (dspchans or dspchan on a PXM1E only)

A service module can report alarms for all of the preceding categories. In addition to the preceding commands, you can also use dspalm and dspalms on a service module. A PXM1E UNI/NNI back card can report all preceding categories.

The shelf manager reports hardware, card state, and disk alarms. For example, the shelf manager may detect an alarm for the hardware in a service module slot, or running dspcdalms on the standby PXM may report a hard disk problem. See Example section.


Note The feeder alarms fit in the category of LMI alarms. See Example section for an illustration. If the switch has a feeder and the dspcdalms commands shows an LMI alarm, try the feeder-specific commands to check for feeder problems. If no feeder alarm is detected, use the dsplmi command.


The definition of each alarm severity comes from Bellcore TR-NWT-000474. An alarm can be:

Critical, indicating complete, non-recoverable failure, loss of data, and do on. The failed entity must be restored. A power failure or a disconnected line is an example.

Major, indicating service-affecting errors. This event indicates that a major service is damaged or lost, but the existing traffic is not affected.

Minor, indicating non-service affecting errors or errors on a remote node. Corrective action is appropriate to prevent a serious fault from developing. An example is a fan failure, where no subscribers are immediately affected, but calamity could result if the situation persists. Note that an accumulation of lower-level alarms does equal a higher-level alarm.

The dspcdalms command is part of a hierarchy of troubleshooting commands. Frequently, dspcdalms follows the higher-level command dspndalms.

Syntax

dspcdalms [slot]

Syntax Description

slot identifies a particular slot.

Related Commands

PXM45: dspcdstatus, dspndalms, dspswalms, dspclkalms

PXM1E: dspcdstatus, dspndalms, dspswalms, dspclkalms, dspalm, dspalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display card-level alarms for the card in slot 5.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcdalms 5
Card Alarm Summary

Alarm Type                     Critical        Major          Minor
----------                     --------       -------        -------
Hardware Alarm                       0             0              0
Card State Alarm                     0             0              0
Disk Alarm                           0             0              0
SRM Alarm                            0             0              0
Line Alarm                           1             0              0
Port Alarm                           0             0              0
LMI Alarm                            0             0              0
Channel Alarm                        0             0              0

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

Display card alarms without specifying a slot.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcdalms
Card Alarm Summary

Slot  Critical   Major     Minor   ||  Slot  Critical   Major     Minor 
----  --------  -------   -------  ||  ----  --------  -------   -------
 1          0        0         0   ||  17          0        0         0   
 2          0        0         0   ||  18          0        0         0   
 3          0        1         0   ||  19          0        0         0   
 4          0        0         0   ||  20          0        0         0   
 5          1        0         0   ||  21          0        0         0   
 6          0        0         0   ||  22          0        0         0   
 7          0        0         0   ||  23          0        0         0   
 8          0        0         0   ||  24          0        0         0   
 9          0        0         0   ||  25          0        0         0   
10          0        0         0   ||  26          0        0         0   
11          0        0         0   ||  27          0        0         0   
12          0        0         0   ||  28          0        0         0   
13          0        0         0   ||  29          0        0         0   
14          0        0         0   ||  30          0        0         0   
15          0        0         0   ||  31          0        0         0   
16          0        0         0   ||  32          0        0         0   

Use dspcdalms <slot> to see more detail.

dspcderrs

Display Card Errors—PXM45, PXM1E

Display information about card errors.

Syntax

dspcderrs

Related Commands

clrerr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all card errors.

wilco.7.PXM.a > dspcderrs

dspcderrs
08/05/95-18:53:05 tRootTask    3 Task failed          : scm                     
09/05/95-09:14:08 tRootTask    3 Task failed          : scm                     
value = 0 = 0x0

wilco.7.PXM.a >

dspcdhealth

Display Card Health—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcdhealth command displays a list of trouble conditions on a PXM and suggested remedies. The valid targets are PXMs. You can specify either the current PXM or the other PXM.

Syntax

dspcdhealth [slot]

Syntax Description

slot

The slot number is one of the following:

In a Cisco MGX 8950 or MGX 8850 chassis: 7 or 8

In a Cisco MGX 8830 chassis: 1 or 2


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

The first example shows a PXM with only one problem.

London21.7.PXM.a > dspcdhealth 7

* PXM Failed for the following reasons:
*     Fail                         Recovery
*     Reason                       Method
*     ======                       =================
* 1.  BRAM Clr Valid          Replace PXM Front Card

The second example shows an extensive list of trouble conditions.

London21.7.PXM.a > dspcdhealth 7

* PXM Failed for the following reasons:
*     Fail                         Recovery
*     Reason                       Method
*     ======                       =================
* 1.  BRAM Clr Valid          Replace PXM Front Card
* 2.  BRAM Read Valid         shellConn cmd: shmRecoverRbldDisk or shmRecoverClrallcnf
* 3.  BRAM Ver Mismatch        shellConn cmd: shmRecoverRbldDisk or shmRecoverClrallcnf
* 4.  Disk Read Valid          shellConn cmd: shmRecoverClrallcnf
* 5.  Disk Ver Mismatch        shellConn cmd: shmRecoverClrallcnf
* 6.  Disk Not Synch           shellConn cmd: shmRecoverClrallcnf
* 7.  BRAM access failure      Replace PXM Front card
* 8.  FC Mismatch              Program FC NVRAM or Replace FC
* 9.  FC NVRAM Read Fail       Program FC NVRAM or Replace FC
* 10.  Image Mismatch           Load right image
* 11.  BRAM Non Native          CLI cmd: forcecdnative
* 12.  Disk Non Native          CLI cmd: forcecdnative
* 13.  Disk Access Fail         Reseat the Disk/FC or Replace Disk
* 14.  Lower BC NVRAM Read      Program its NVRAM or Replace it
* 15.  Upper BC NVRAM Read      Program its NVRAM or Replace it
* 16.  Lower BC Mismatch        Program its NVRAM or Replace it
* 17.  Upper BC Mismatch        Insert a lower BC
* 18.  Lower BC Missing         Program its NVRAM or Replace it
* 19.  Upper BC Missing         Insert an upper BC
* 20.  Software ver. mismatch   Load correct version image
* 21.  Memory Init Fail         CLI cmd: resetcd
* 22.  Timer Init Fail          CLI cmd: resetcd
* 23.  EPID Init Fail           CLI cmd: resetcd
* 24.  HW Init Fail             Re-seat the card

dspcds

Display Cards—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays high-level information for all the cards in the node. For more detailed information about a card, execute dspcd on the CLI of that card. The information that dspcds provides is the:

Revision level of the boot firmware

Revision level of the system software

Date and time of command execution, including GMT offset

Backplane serial number and its hardware revision level

Type of card in the front and back slots and the (active/standby) state of each

Alarm status for each card and the shelf itself

Redundancy configuration for each slot

Syntax

dspcds

Related Commands

dspcd, dspred, dspversion

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the cards in the current MGX 8830 switch.

Unknown.1.PXM.a > dspcds
Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   Mar. 01, 2002 20:19:31 GMT
Chassis Serial No:   SCA053000KM Chassis Rev: A0     GMT Offset: 0
                                                     Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Card  Front/Back          Card           Alarm      Redundant   Redundancy     
Slot  Card State          Type           Status     Slot        Type   
---   ----------          --------       --------   -------     -----  

01    Active/Active       PXM1E-4-155    CRITICAL   02          PRIMARY SLOT
02    Standby/Active      PXM1E-4-155    NONE       01          SECONDARY SLOT
03    Active/Empty        RPM_PR         NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
04    Active/Active       FRSM_2CT3      NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
05    Boot/Empty          FRSM_2CT3      NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
06    Boot/Empty          CESM_8T1       NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
07    Active/Active       SRM_3T3        NONE       14          PRIMARY SLOT
11    Active/Active       VISM_PR_8T1    MINOR      12          PRIMARY SLOT
12    Standby/Active      VISM_PR_8T1    NONE       12          SECONDARY SLOT
13    Boot/Empty          AUSMB_8T1      NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
14    Standby/Active      SRM_3T3        NONE       07          SECONDARY SLOT

Unknown.1.PXM.a >

Display information for all cards in the MGX 8850 switch. Note that the card state for the RPM in
slot 9 is "Active/Active." Although the dspcds command shows the presence of the back card, the dspcd command does not have the ability to show what type the back card is (so it just shows "Unknown").

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcds
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 03.00   Feb. 21, 2002 20:12:33 PST
Chassis Serial No:   SAA03230375 Chassis Rev: B0     GMT Offset: -8
                                                     Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Card  Front/Back          Card           Alarm      Redundant   Redundancy     
Slot  Card State          Type           Status     Slot        Type   
---   ----------          --------       --------   -------     -----  

01    Active/Active       AXSM_4OC12     NONE       02          PRIMARY SLOT
02    Standby/Active      AXSM_4OC12     NONE       01          SECONDARY SLOT
03    Active/Active       AXSM_16T3E3    MAJOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
04    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
05    Active/Active       AXSME_2OC12    CRITICAL   NA          NO REDUNDANCY
06    Active-U/Active     AXSM_16OC3_B   NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
07    Standby/Active      PXM45          NONE       08          PRIMARY SLOT
08    Active/Active       PXM45          NONE       07          SECONDARY SLOT
09    Active/Active       RPM_PR         NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
10    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
11    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
12    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
13    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
14    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
20    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
26    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
27    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
28    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
29    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
30    Empty               ---            ---        ---         --- 

Display information for all cards in the current MGX 8950 switch. Note that an XM60 has no back card, so the display shows "Empty" for the back card position.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspcds
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Nov. 28, 2001 14:46:29 PST
Chassis Serial No:   SCA0504043H Chassis Rev: A0     GMT Offset: -8
                                                     Node Alarm: MAJOR
Card  Front/Back          Card           Alarm      Redundant   Redundancy     
Slot  Card State          Type           Status     Slot        Type   
---   ----------          --------       --------   -------     -----  

01    Active/Active       AXSM_4OC12     NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
02    Active/Active       AXSM_4OC12     NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
03    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
04    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
05    Active/Active       AXSM_1OC48_B   NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
06    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
07    Active/Active       PXM45B         NONE       08          PRIMARY SLOT
08    Empty Resvd/Empty   ---            MAJOR      07          SECONDARY SLOT
09    Active/Empty        XM_60          NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
10    Active/Empty        XM_60          NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
11    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
12    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
13    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
14    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
15    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
16    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
25    Active/Empty        XM_60          NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
26    Active/Empty        XM_60          NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY

dspcdstatcnf

Display Card Statistics Configuration—PXM1E

The dspcdstatcnf command displays the configuration of the card-level bucket statistics for the PXM1E. See the cnfcdstat description for details on this configuration. The configuration controls the generation of bucket statistics that are transferred to the Cisco WAN Manager (CWM) via FTP.

Syntax

dspcdstatcnf

Syntax Description

No Parameters


Related Commands

cnfcdstat

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the statistics configuration on the current PXM1E.

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspcdstatcnf
Bucket Interval       : fifteen
Collection Interval   : five
Stats Level           : 2
TFTP Statistics       : enable

dspcdstatus

Display Card Status—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcdstatus command shows the most serious alarms reported by a card. The alarm information pertains to:

Lines

Ports

Connections

Crossbar planes (does not apply to PXM1E)

Local management interface (LMI)

Severity of each alarm

You can use this command to isolate the alarm source if, for example, you see that a Critical Alarm LED is lit or just want to check the node for alarms. You can subsequently use other alarm commands to locate the problem. Some alarm commands run on only the PXM, and other commands run on service modules. In addition to the dspcdstatus command, other commands on the PXM are as follows:

dspndalms displays various types of alarms on the node from a high-level perspective. With the information in the dspndalms display, you can select one of the other commands to investigate the alarm further.

dspcdalms identifies line, port, LMI, or connection alarms on a PXM1E UNNI/NNI or an AXSM.

dspclkalms shows alarms related to network clocks.

dspenvalms lists alarms for out-of-range conditions for temperature, voltage sources, and so on.

dspswalms shows alarms related to the switching hardware on the PXM.

The alarm monitoring function on a PXM uses two criteria to determine which alarm to display. One criterion is alarm severity, and the other is hierarchy.

The definition of each alarm severity comes from Bellcore TR-NWT-000474. An alarm can be:

Critical, indicating complete, non-recoverable failure, loss of data, and do on. The failed entity must be restored. A power failure or a line being disconnected is an example.

Major, indicating service-affecting errors. This event indicates that a major service is damaged or lost, but the existing traffic is not affected.

Minor, indicating non-service affecting errors or errors on a remote node. Corrective action is appropriate to prevent a serious fault from developing. An example is a fan failure, where no subscribers are immediately affected, but calamity could result if the situation persists. Note that an accumulation of lower-level alarms does equal a higher-level alarm.

See Figure 2-10 for the hierarchy of alarms. Note that, although the card alarms appear to apply to only service modules, this category can also apply to the PXM. Not all alarms in this figure apply to all platforms. For example:

Crossbar alarms and LMI alarms do not apply to the PXM1E.

LMI alarms, SRM alarms, and IMA alarms do not apply to the MGX 8950 switch.

Figure 2-10 Alarm Type Hierarchy


Note The alarm monitoring function reports the highest status alarm after it sorts the current alarms first by severity then by hierarchy. The dspcdstatus command reports the alarm of the greatest severity. (For example, if a major alarm exists on a line and a major power alarm exists, the dspcdstatus command displays the power alarm as the highest status alarm.) To see all card alarms, use the dspcdalms command.


Syntax

dspcdstatus <slot_number>

Syntax Description

This command requires a slot number.

Related Commands

dspndalms, dspcdalms, dspenvalms, dspclkalms, dspswalms, dspalm, dspalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example (PXM45)

Display status of slot 11. The display shows a critical line alarm for slot 11. Next, cc to slot 11 and use the dspalms command.

Golden_U2.8.PXM.a > dspcdstatus 11

Logical Slot 11    Physical Slot 11

Card Alarm Status - Type LINE              Severity CRITICAL 

The display for dspalms shows that line 1 in bay 1 has LOS. (This example shows only the alarmed line. A complete display shows the status of all lines.)

Golden_U2.11.AXSM.a > dspalms
   Line Number: 1.1
   Alarm State
      Section : LOS,LOF
      Line    : AIS
      Path    : RDI

Example (PXM1E)

Display card status on the active PXM1E. Investigate further with the dspalms command (whose output display is truncated in this example).

PXM1E-227.7.PXM.a > dspcdstatus 7

Logical Slot   7    Physical Slot   7 

Card Alarm Status - Type IMA               Severity CRITICAL


PXM1E-227.7.PXM.a > dspalms

---------------------------------------------
  Line Number            : 2.1
  Alarm State            : XmtFarEndLOF,LOF,LOS
  LOCD Alarm State       : LOCD

  Line Number            : 2.2
  Alarm State            : XmtFarEndLOF,LOF,LOS
  LOCD Alarm State       : LOCD

  Line Number            : 2.3
  Alarm State            : XmtFarEndLOF,LOF,LOS
  LOCD Alarm State       : LOCD

  Line Number            : 2.4
  Alarm State            : XmtFarEndLOF,LOF,LOS
  LOCD Alarm State       : LOCD

  Line Number            : 2.5
  Alarm State            : Clear
  LOCD Alarm State       : Clear

  Line Number            : 2.6
  Alarm State            : Clear

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop:

dspcdvtdft

Display CDVT Default—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcdvtdft command displays the default CDVT for a PNNI port.

Syntax

dspcdvtdft <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

dspcdvtdft, cnfcdvtdft

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the CDVT defaults for port 11:1.1:11.

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspcdvtdft 11:1.1:11

              cbr:     rt-vbr:    nrt-vbr:        ubr:        abr:
CDVT:       250000      250000      250000      250000      250000

dspchan

Display Channel—PXM1E

The dspchan command displays a provisioned connection on the PXM1E UNI/NNI back card. The viewpoint of the display is that of a VSI slave. To display a connection from the VSI master side, use the dsppncon or dspcon command on the PXM1E.

The contents of the dspchan output are as follows:

NSAP address, logical port, VPI/VCI, status, and ownership of local and remote ends of the connection. The display shows whether a particular endpoint is the master or slave.

The provisioning parameters in the display show:

Connection type of VPC or VCC.

Service type (for example, ABR).

Whether the slave endpoint is persistent or non-persistent

A number indicating the controller. For example, 2 refers to PNNI. (See the addcontroller description for information on this controller ID and why 2 refers to PNNI.)

The administrative state is either up or down. This state results from addcon or dncon/upcon. Note that, after you down a connection with at the connection master endpoint, the dspchan command shows the connection as "down" when you execute it at the master endpoint and "failed" when you execute it at the slave endpoint. (See also dncon description).

The operational state is either OK or failed. The operational state can apply to a connection regardless of the administrative state.

The traffic management parameters consist of:

Local and remote UPC parameters of PCR, MBS, CTD, CDVT, and so on. A -1 in a field means that the parameter was not specified. The characters "N/A" indicate that the parameter does not apply to the service type.

These other fields also pertain to connection integrity:

OAM continuity check enable or disable.

Loopback test enable/disable and loopback type.

Round trip delay in microseconds. This field is non-zero only if you previously executed tstdelay.

Syntax

dspchan <ifNum> <vpi> <vci>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for interface number is 1-31.

vpi

The range for VPI is 0-4095.

vci

The range for VCI is 1-65535.


Related Commands

dspchans, dsppncons, addcon

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the channel on logical port 1 with the VPI and VCI of 20 and 200, respectively.

Janus11.7.PXM.a > dspchan 1 20 200
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local   :               NSAP  Address                     vpi       vci
(M)       4700918100000000001A531C59000001073B0100         20       200
Remote  :               NSAP  Address                     vpi       vci
(S)       4700918100000000001A531C59000001073B1400          20       200
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Conn. Type    :       VCC                      Admn Status  :   ADMN-UP
Service Type  :      cbr1                      Oper Status  :        OK
Controller    :         2                      Record #     :         7
SlavePersist  :       YES

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local PCR     :        50                      Remote PCR   :        50
Local SCR     :       N/A                      Remote SCR   :       N/A
Local CDV     :        -1                      Remote CDV   :        -1
Local CTD     :        -1                      Remote CTD   :        -1
Local MBS     :       N/A                      Remote MBS   :       N/A
Max Cost      :        -1                      Frame discard:  DISABLED
Local CDVT    :    250000                      OAM segment  :   ENABLED
Local PercentUtil:       100              Remote PercentUtil:       100
Priority      :         8
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
OAM CC Config :  DISABLED                      Statistics   :  DISABLED

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Loopback Type :No  Lpbk | Dir:N/A     | Status:No Lpbk | RTD:     0us
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port side Tx  :    normal                      Swth side Tx :    normal
Port side Rx  :    normal                      Swth side Rx :    normal
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing-E2E-AIS   ING-SEG-AIS   Ing-E2E-RDI   Ing-SEG-RDI
   NO              NO             NO            NO
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Egr-E2E-AIS   Egr-SEG-AIS   Egr-E2E-RDI   Egr-SEG-RDI
   NO             NO             NO              NO
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ing-E2E-CCFAIL   Ing-SEG-CCFAIL   Egr-E2E-CCFail   Egr-SEG-CCFail
  ---               ---              ---            ---
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
CONDITIONED  IfFail   Mismatch   LMI-ABIT
   NO          NO         NO         NO
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

dspchancnt

Display Channel Counters—PXM1E

The dspchancnt command displays the statistical counters for a connection (or channel). See the cnfdiag command for a description of the related diagnostics.

Syntax

dspchancnt <ifNum> <vpi> <vci> -r <dsp interval> -max <max dsp time>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The logical port number has a range of 1-31.

vpi

The range for VPI depends on the interface type. as follows:

UNI: 0-255

NNI: 0-4095

vci

The possible values for VCI depend on the connection type. as follows:

VCC: 0-65535

VPC: 0

-r

The display interval in which to display the channel statistics in the range of 1-60 seconds.

-max

The duration of time to display the channel statistics in the range of 0-3600 seconds.


Related Commands

clrchancnt, dspcdcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

On the PXM1E, display channel counters as indicated on the command line:

OC38830.1.PXM.a > dspchancnt 1 10 100
           Ingress chan stat                          Egress chan stat
--------------------------------------      --------------------------------------
All non-compliant cells   :          0
CLP1 non-compliant        :          0
CLP0 non-compliant        :          0
CLP0 -> CLP1              :          0
Cells from port          
(Before policing)         :          0      Cells to port             :          0
CLP0 from port            :          0      CLP0 to port              :          0
CLP1 from port            :          0      CLP1 to port              :          0
Cells to network          :          0      Cells from network        :          0
Cells discarded in qe     :          0      Cells discarded in qe     :          0
VC queue depth            :          0      VC queue depth            :          0

dspchans

Display Channels—PXM1E

The dspchans command shows all provisioned connections on the PXM1E's UNI/NNI back card. Due to the potentially large number of connections, the parameters let you narrow the scope of the display.

The viewpoint of the display is that of a VSI slave. To display all provisioned connections from the VSI master side, use the dspcons command on the PXM1E.

The contents of the dspchans output are as follows:

record

A number for the connection with internal application only. It resides in the database and is not affected by user input. The system creates this number when you create the connection. Cisco WAN Manager uses this number.

Identifier

Identifies the connection in the format port vpi vci.

Type

Shows whether the connection is a VCC or a VPC.

SrvcType

The service type—VBR, and so on. See also the addcon description.

M/S

Indicates whether the endpoint specified by Identifier is the master or slave.

Upld

The hexadecimal Upload number is an encoded timestamp that Cisco WAN Manager uses to determine when a connection was created or modified. In the CLI context, this field has little meaning.

Adm

The administrative state of the connection. If the connection is down, it may have resulted from the dncon command.

Alarm

Shows the alarm status of the connection.


Syntax

dspchans [-conn <conn id>] [-filt <filter options>] [-if <intf no>] [-vpi <vpi filter>] [-vci <vci filter>]

Syntax Description

-conn

The connection identifier consists of the logical interface number, VPI, and VCI of where the display is to begin. The format is ifNum.vpi.vci. The range for ifNum is 1-31.

-filt

The filters confine the display to a particular criterion. Enter one of the follow numbers:

1: All connections on the ingress

2: All connections on the egress

3: All conditions that are currently conditioned

4: Al connections provisioned on interfaces that are now failed

5: All connections that show a CC failure

6: All connections where a card mismatch has occurred.

7: All connections with an A-bit error

8: All connections with no errors

9: No filters (default)

-if

The range for interface number is 1-31.

-vpi

The range for VPI is 0-4095.

-vci

The range for VCI is 1-65535.


Related Commands

dspchan, dspcons, dsppncon

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all provisioned connections.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspchans

record    Identifier   Type   SrvcType   M/S    Upld    Admn   Alarm
------    ----------   ----   --------   ---    ----    ----   -----
    7  01 0020 00200   VCC        cbr1   M   c09bb734     UP      none
    5  01 0055 00050   VCC        cbr1   M   c0180af9     UP      none
    2  01 0088 00040   VCC        cbr1   S   c017f2c8     UP      none
    6  20 0020 00200   VCC        cbr1   S   c09bb728     UP      none
    4  25 0055 00050   VCC        cbr1   S   c0180aef     UP      none
    0  28 0088 00035   VCC        cbr1   S   be08afc4     UP      none
    1  28 0088 00036   VCC        cbr1   M   be08b01c     UP      none
    3  28 0088 00040   VCC        cbr1   M   c017f2d0     UP      none

dspchantests

Display Channel Tests—PXM1E

The tstdelay or tstconseg commands test the integrity of the path of a connection in the ingress and egress directions, respectively. After you successfully start a test through tstdelay or tstconseg, the returned message directs you to use dspchantests or dspcon to see the results. The same test results presented by dspchantests appears in the dspcon display, but dspchantests shows only the test results.

Syntax

dspchantests <ifNum> <vpi> <vci> [-num <count>]

Syntax Description

ifNum

The logical port number has a range of 1-31.

vpi

The VPI range on a UNI is 0-255.

The VPI range on an NNI is 0-4095.

vci

The VCI range for a VCC is 1-65535.

For a VPC, the VCI is 0.

-num

(Optional) A keyword that indicates an aggregate connection count follows.

number

The number of connections to display.


Related Commands

tstdelay, tstconseg, dspcon

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Run tstdelay on connection 1 10 100 then display the results.


Step 1 Execute tstdelay:

node19.7.PXM1E.a > tstdelay 1 10 100
Test started; Use dspcon/dspchantests to see test results

Step 2 Check the results:

node19.7.PXM1E.a > dspchantests 1 10 100

Connection Id    Test Type    Direction    Result     Round Trip Delay
=============    =========    =========    =======    ================
01.0010.00100:    OAM Lpbk     ingress     Success          40000 


Run tstconseg for 1 10 100 then display the results.


Step 1 Run the test for 1 10 100:

node19.7.PXM1E.a > tstconseg 1 10 100
Test started; Use dspcon/dspchantests to see test results

Step 2 Check the results:

node19.7.PXM1E.a > dspchantests 1 10 100
Connection Id    Test Type    Direction    Result     Round Trip Delay
=============    =========    =========    =======    ================
01.0010.00100:    OAM Lpbk     egress      TimeOut              0 


dspchassis

Display Chassis—PXM45, PXM1E

This command displays details about the capability of the chassis.

Syntax

dspchassis

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspcds

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display chassis details for the current switch. The controller card is a PXM45.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspchassis
Model Name         : MGX8850 
Model ID           : 0x2 
Chassis ID         : 0x3 
Chassis Cap        : 0xb
                     Supports Narrow Band Service Module Functionality - YES 
                     Supports VSIMASTER Functionality                  - NO 
                     Supports ROUTING Functionality                    - YES 
                     Supports FEEDER Functionality                     - YES 

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

Display the chassis for the current switch. The controller is a PXM1E.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspchassis
Model Name         : MGX8850 
Model ID           : 0x2 
Chassis ID         : 0x3 
Chassis Cap        : 0xb
                     Supports Narrow Band Service Module Functionality - YES 
                     Supports VSIMASTER Functionality                  - NO 
                     Supports ROUTING Functionality                    - YES 
                     Supports FEEDER Functionality                     - YES 

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspcli

Display CLI—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcli command displays commands whose user-privilege level has been modified through the cnfcli command. The display also shows the default privilege for each modified command.

The dspcli command shows privilege changes only for commands on the card where you run dspcli. For example, using the dspcli command on a PXM shows only the affected commands that are available on the PXM. To see affected commands on an AXSM, use dspcli on that AXSM.

Refer to the cnfcli description for extensive details on this feature.

Syntax

dspcli <accesslevel>

Syntax Description

The mandatory parameter is the subcommand string, "accesslevel."

Related Commands

cnfcli

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display any commands whose access level has changed.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dspcli accesslevel
Command Name                        Current      Default     
-----------------------------------------------------------
addapsln                            SERVICE_GP   GROUP1      
addlnloop                           SERVICE_GP   GROUP1 
arpFlush                            SERVICE_GP   SUPER_GP    
arpShow                             SERVICE_GP   ANYUSER     
cnfsct                              SERVICE_GP   GROUP1      
cnfserialif                         SERVICE_GP   SUPER_GP    
cnfsig                              SERVICE_GP   GROUP1      
cnfsntprmtsvr                       SERVICE_GP   GROUP1      
cnfspvcprfx                         SERVICE_GP   SUPER_GP    
cnfsscop                            SERVICE_GP   GROUP1      
cnfsvcoverride                      SERVICE_GP   SUPER_GP    
cnftmzn                             SERVICE_GP   SUPER_GP 

dspclkalms

Display Clock Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays alarms associated with the primary or secondary clock source.

The switch constantly monitors the state of the clocks. On the local node, the clock monitor declares an alarm if the clock becomes undetectable or goes out of specification for any reason. The definition of each alarm severity comes from Bellcore TR-NWT-000474. An alarm can be:

Critical, indicating complete, non-recoverable failure, loss of data, and do on. The failed entity must be restored. A power failure or a line being disconnected is an example.

Major, indicating service-affecting errors. This event indicates that a major service is damaged or lost, but the existing traffic is not affected.

Minor, indicating non-service affecting errors or errors on a remote node. Corrective action is appropriate to prevent a serious fault from developing. An example is a fan failure, where no subscribers are immediately affected, but calamity could result if the situation persists. Note that an accumulation of lower-level alarms does equal a higher-level alarm.

The dspclkalms command is part of a hierarchy of troubleshooting commands you can execute on the PXM or a service module. Frequently, dspclkalms follows the higher-level command dspndalms. The dspndalms command shows a variety of alarms within the switch and helps isolate the problem.

The dspndalms and dspclkalms commands run on the PXM45. If the errored clock source appears to be on a service module, you can cc to the CLI of that card and execute a variety of alarm commands and other troubleshooting commands.

Syntax

dspclkalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspcdstatus, dspndalms, dspalm, dspalms, dspclksrcs, cnfclksrc

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display clock alarms. Follow the dspclkalms command with dspcds and note that the standby PXM is missing. The absent standby PXM caused the alarm.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspclkalms
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 04.00   Mar. 22, 2003 22:29:30 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Clock Manager Alarm Summary
----------------------------
NETWORK CLOCK ALARM : STANDBY CLOCK NOT READY - NO CLOCK REDUNDANCY: MAJOR
Critical       Major          Minor          
000            001            000            


M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcds
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 04.00   Mar. 22, 2003 22:28:12 GMT
Chassis Serial No:   SAA03230375 Chassis Rev: B0     GMT Offset: 0
                                                     Node Alarm: MAJOR
Card  Front/Back          Card           Alarm      Redundant   Redundancy     
Slot  Card State          Type           Status     Slot        Type   
---   ----------          --------       --------   -------     -----  

01    Active/Active       AXSM_4OC12     NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
02    Active/Active       AXSM_4OC12     NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
03    Active/Active       AXSM_16T3E3    NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
04    Active/Active       AXSME_16T3E3   NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
05    Active/Active       AXSME_2OC12    NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
06    Active/Active       AXSM_16OC3_B   MAJOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
07    Empty Resvd/Empty   ---            MAJOR      08          PRIMARY SLOT
08    Active/Active       PXM45B         NONE       07          SECONDARY SLOT
09    Active/Active       RPM_PR         NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
10    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
11    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
12    Active/Active       AXSM-32-T1E1-E NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
13    Active/Active       FRSM_2CT3      NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
14    Active/Active       FRSM_8T1       NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
15    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
16    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
26    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
27    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
29    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
30    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
31    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
32    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---

dspclkparms

Display Clock Parameters—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspclkparms command displays the configuration for a BITS connector from the cnfclkparms command. See the cnfclkparms description for the application.

Syntax

dspclkparms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfclkparms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current clock parameters.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspclkparms
BITS Cable Type :        Twisted Pair
BITS Signal Type:        Data Mode

dspclksrcs

Display Clock Sources—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspclksrcs command lets you display the clock sources if the switch is using the manually configured clock sources.


Note Even though this command applies primarily to manual clocking, it can show one status that does not appear in the NCDP displays: "holdover." Holdover is described in this command definition, below.


The dspclksrcs command displays the configuration and status of the clock sources. (For details about network synchronization, see the description of cnfclksrc.) The dspclksrcs output consists of:

For the primary clock: the type, source, status, and reason (for status change) of the clock.

For the secondary clock: the type, source, status, and reason (for status change) of the clock.

The active clock—the clock that currently provides synchronization—can be primary, secondary, holdover, or the free-running oscillator.

Note that "holdover" is a situation where the UI-S3 card maintains the clock based on the primary or secondary clock parameters that the hardware has recorded. Even for a stratum 1 source, the hardware can maintain the frequency and stability of the clock for up to 24 hours if the source is not usable. If the source cannot return to use after 24 hours, the node switches to the internal oscillator.

Whether revertive mode is enabled or disabled.


Note Changes to the configuration and status of clocks go into the database on the active PXM. If a standby PXM exists, it receives the initial clock configuration and status but receives internal status updates only when you interact with the node in a way that changes a configuration or when the standby PXM switches to the active state.


Type of Clock Source

The type is either BITS or generic. Currently, generic applies to only a service module-sourced clock. If a user-specified priority of a clock is not configured, the source is null. For the current release, the null source is presumed to be the internal oscillator.

Possible Sources

The source of the clock has the format [shelf.]slot:subslot.port:subport. More typically, the source has the two-part, short-hand form slot.line or slot.port. If the source is an AXSM, the format is slot.line.

For a BITS clock, the format is slot.port. The slot for a BITS clock is logical slot 7 in an MGX 8850 or MGX 8950 chassis or is logical slot 1 in an MGX 8830 chassis. The logical port is always 35 or 36. Port 35 refers to the upper external clock connector, and port 36 refers to the lower connector.

Clock Status

The status of a particular clock source in the dspclksrcs output can be one of the following:

"ok" (good), which means the clock source is operational and stable. (If the status is "ok," then the Reason field shows "okay." If the status is "ok," the reason for the status change described in the section, "Reason for Status Change," is not important.)

"bad" means a fault in the clock source has been detected. Use the Reason field to help isolate the problem. See the section, "Reason for Status Change."

"unknown" is a temporary string while the clock manager is sending a message to the clock source.

"not configured" means that this source—primary or secondary—has not been configured.

"holdover"—see definition earlier in the command description.

Reason for Status Change

The reasons that clock status can change are numerous. The dspclksrcs command displays a Reason field for both the primary and the secondary clock source. The reason can include the first-time, user-specification of the clock source. The reason strings and their meaning appear in Table 2-15. Additional information about "okay" and the locking process follows.

Table 2-15 Reasons for Changing Clock States

Reason
Meaning

okay

The clock source is okay.

unknown reason

The clock manager has no information for Reason.

no clock signal

Loss of signal (LOS) on the clock source.

frequency too high

The frequency has drifted too high.

frequency too low

The frequency has drifted too low

excessive jitter

Jitter has exceeded tolerance for this stratum.

missing card or component

The active PXM45 has no clock hardware support.

non-existent logical interface

The interface is non-existent or not functioning.

interface does not
support clocking

The interface does not support clocking.

phase error

The clock manager has detected a phase error in the clock.

unlockable

The clock manager has attempted to lock the source but found that the clock signal from this source is unlockable.

out of lock or null

The clock circuitry is again trying to lock a source that went out of locking range. Note: for Reason, out of lock and null are the same.

reset—not a valid state

The clock source has been reset.

in locking—wideband test

The clock circuitry is in wide bandwidth mode of the locking process. In this mode, the circuit tests the integrity of the source but with wide latitude for frequency accuracy. If the source passes this test, the circuit proceeds to the narrowband test.

in locking—narrow-
band test

The clock circuitry is in narrow bandwidth locking mode. In this mode, the circuit stringently tests the integrity of the source.

locked

The clock circuitry is locked to this source.


When you configure a new clock source or the current clock source changes due to any reason, the software goes through the process of validating the new, current clock source again. (For example, the reasons other than direct user-configuration can be: the previous clock source goes out of lock or a resync of the clock sources takes place due to a switch-over or a rebuild.) This validation process takes the current clock source through the following states:

in locking—wideband test

in locking—narrowband test

locked

During these states, the node is already using the new clock source as the synchronizing source.

You might also see the states in the sequence just listed if the current source was momentarily lost because it drifted out of the lockable range for either the frequency or the phase. In this case, software again tries to confirm that the current source is lockable before it declares the source to be unlockable. If the software finds that the clock source still does not return to the lockable range, it declares the clock source as unlockable then proceeds to use the next clock in the hierarchy (of primary, secondary, internal oscillator). The exception to this final scenario occurs if the current clock source is the internal oscillator in either the free running mode or the hold-over mode: in this case, the software omits this final validation attempt because no other clocks sources within a clock hierarchy are available.

Revertive Behavior

For information on revertive behavior, see the cnfclksrc description.

Syntax

dspclksrcs

Related Commands

cnfclksrc, delclksrc, dspclkalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the clocks. The display shows that both the primary and secondary clocks are good. They are sourced at lines 2 and 3 of the AXSM in slot 6. Also, the primary source is providing the active clock, and the system is configured for revertive behavior. The primary and secondary clock reasons are okay.

pinnacle.7.PXM.a> dspclksrcs
Primary clock type:     generic 
Primary clock source:   6.2            
Primary clock status: good
Primary clock reason:   okay 
Secondary clock type:   generic 
Secondary clock source: 6.3            
Secondary clock status:   good 
Secondary clock reason:   okay 
Active clock:           primary 
source switchover mode: revertive 

Display information about the clock sources. This example shows a BITS clock for the primary source with revertive mode enabled.

pop20one.7.PXM.a > dspclksrcs
Primary clock type:     bits t1
Primary clock source:   7.35
Primary clock status:   ok
Primary clock reason:   okay
Secondary clock type:   generic
Secondary clock source: 9:1.1:1
Secondary clock status:   ok
Secondary clock reason:   okay
Active clock:           primary
source switchover mode: revertive

dspcmdabbr

Display Command Abbreviation—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcmdabbr command lets you see whether the CLI requires the entire name of a command or accepts the first unique string of characters that identifies a command. For example, "loa" is enough to identify loadrev if command abbreviation is enabled. (The string "lo" is not enough to identify a particular command because of the logout command.)

Syntax

dspcmdabbr

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfcmdabbr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Check the status of command abbreviation.

MGX8850.1.3.PXM.a > dspcmdabbr

MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspcmdabbr
Command Abbreviation feature currently enabled

dspcon

Display Connection—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcon command displays the configuration of an SPVC or SPVP. (For additional, dynamic information on the connection, use the dsppncon command.). The dspcon output appears in sections to make the information easier to sort.

Most of the information in the dspcon output comes from the addcon command. See the addcon description for more information. Also, using cnfpnni-intf can affect the dspcon output.

Display Contents

On the PXM, dspcon shows the following connection identifiers:

NSAP address, status, and ownership of local and remote ends of the connection. The display shows whether a particular endpoint is the master or slave.

The provisioning parameters in the display consist of the following:

Connection type of VPC or VCC.

Service type and compliance (for example, UBR for service type and UBR.1 for ATM Forum compliance).

Bearer class (relates to voice traffic and is reserved for future use).

Whether continuity checking or frame discard are enabled (see addcon description).

Cause of the last failure. This field can also show that no errors have occurred since the connection was first added by displaying "SPVC Established." If a failure occurred, the Attempts field shows the number of times the system attempted to re-establish service. If no failures have occurred, the Attempts field contains a 0.

L-Util and R-Util are the local and remote percent of utilization assigned to the connection. Currently, the default of 100% is the only value.

Cost values for the connection's route: the two fields in this category are Max Cost and Routing Cost. The Max Cost is a cost-per-link configured for a service type (such as UBR) through the cnfpnni-intf command. When you add the SPVC through addcon, you can specify a maximum routing cost through the maximum cost (maxcost) parameter. The maxcost represents the maximum cost for an individual connection. The system uses the cost-per-link for the service type and the maxcost for the connection to determine whether a route costs too much. After the system creates a route, the total number of links yields the Routing Cost.

The default cost-per-link is 5040, so if a particular service type uses the default and a route consists of 4 links, the Routing Cost is 20160. If the dspspvc display shows that Max Cost is -1, no limit was specified through cnfpnni-intf, and the resulting Routing Cost is 0.

Broadcast type: point-to-point or multicast.

The persistence state of the slave endpoint.

The routing priority of the connection.

The preferred route ID if the connection has one.

The Traffic Parameters section shows the standard parameters PCR, SCR, and CDV in the receive and transmit directions.

Syntax

dspcon <portid> <vpi> <vci>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."

vpi

VPI number. At the UNI, the range is 0-255. At the NNI, the range is 0-4095.

vci

VCI number. For a VCC, the range is 1-65535. For a VPC, the VCI is 0.


Related Commands

addcon, dspcons, cnfcon

PXM1E only: dspchan, dspchans

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

On the CLI of the PXM45, display the connection on port 3:1.1:1 with a VPI and VCI of 102 and 102.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcon 3:1.1:1 102 102
Port                   Vpi Vci             Owner      State      Persistency
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local  3:1.1:1         102.102             MASTER     FAIL       Persistent
       Address: 47.00918100000100001a531c2a.000001031801.00
       Node name: M8850_LA
Remote Routed          102.102             SLAVE       --        Persistent
       Address: 47.00918100000200036b5e30cd.000001011802.00
       Node name: 

-------------------- Provisioning Parameters -------------------- 
Connection Type: VCC          Cast Type: Point-to-Point      
Service Category: CBR         Conformance: CBR.1     
Bearer Class: BCOB-X    
Last Fail Cause: unallocated (unassigned) number        Attempts: 20005
Continuity Check: Disabled    Frame Discard: Disabled 
L-Utils: 100   R-Utils: 100   Max Cost: -1    Routing Cost: 0
OAM Segment Ep: Enabled 
Priority: 8 

---------- Traffic Parameters ----------
Values: Configured (Signalled)
Tx PCR:  50        (-)     Rx PCR:  50        (-)

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
Tx CDV:  -1        (-)     Rx CDV:  -1        (-)
Tx CTD:  -1        (-)     Rx CTD:  -1        (-)

-------------------- Preferred Route Parameters------------------ 
Preferred Route ID: -
Currently on preferred route: N/A


On the PXM1E, display the connection on port 15 with a VPI/VCI of 10/100.

spvc4.7.PXM1E.a > dspcon 15 10 100
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local   :                NSAP  Address                     vpi       vci   
(M)       4700918100000000001A531C7700000101180F00         10       100  
Remote  :                NSAP  Address                     vpi       vci   
(S)       47009181000000003071F805E600000009010000          10       100  
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Conn. Type    :        VCC                      Admn Status  :    ADMN-UP
Service Type  :     abrstd                      Oper Status  :         OK
Controller    :          2                      Record #     :          0
SlavePersist  :        YES                      Cast-type    :        P2P
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local PCR     :        100                      Remote PCR   :        100 
Local SCR     :        N/A                      Remote SCR   :        N/A 
Local CDV     :        N/A                      Remote CDV   :        N/A 
Local CTD     :        N/A                      Remote CTD   :        N/A 
Local MBS     :        N/A                      Remote MBS   :        N/A 
Max Cost      :         -1                      Frame discard:   DISABLED 
Local CDVT    :     250000                      OAM segment  :    ENABLED
Local PercentUtil:        100              Remote PercentUtil:        100
Priority      :          8                                      
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
OAM CC Config :   DISABLED                      Statistics   :    ENABLED

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Loopback Type : No  Lpbk | Dir: N/A     | Status: No Lpbk | RTD:      0us 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port side Tx  :     normal                      Swth side Tx :     normal
Port side Rx  :        AIS                      Swth side Rx :        AIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
I-AIS/RDI   E-AIS/RDI   CONDITIONED   CCFAIL   IfFail   Mismatch  LMI-ABIT
  YES         YES           NO          NO       NO        NO         NO  
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Internal VSVD config               :        N/A                           
External VSVD config               :        N/A                           
Local MCR                          :           50  cells/second             
Remote MCR                         :           50  cells/second             
Initial cell rate          (ICR)   :          N/A  cells/second             
ACR decrease factor        (ADTF)  :          N/A  x 10 millisec            
Rate decrease factor       (RDF)   :          N/A                           
Rate increase factor       (RIF)   :          N/A                           
Cells per forward RM       (NRM)   :          N/A                           
Time between forward RM    (TRM)   :          N/A                           
cutoff decrease factor     (CDF)   :          N/A 
fixed round trip delay     (FRTT)  :          N/A  microseconds             
transient buffer exposure  (TBE)   :          N/A  cells                    
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

dspconalmcnts

Display Connection Alarm Counts—PXM1E

The dspconalmcnts command lists errored connections on the logical interfaces on the card. This command lists by alarm cause. The causes are:

Conditioning

Ingress alarm

Egress alarm

Connection conditioning failure

Mismatch

A-bit

Syntax

dspconalmcnts

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspconalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the connection alarms by alarm cause.

M8850_SF.7.PXM1E.a > dspconalmcnts
**************************************************************************
************ CONNECTIONS IN ALARM PER INTERFACE (BY ALM CAUSE)************
**************************************************************************
IF#  IfState  #Condn  #IngAlm  #EgrAlm  #CCFail  #ifFail  #mismatch  #Abit
--   -------  ------  -------  -------  -------  -------  ---------  -----
01   ACTV     00000   00000    00000    00000    00000    00000      00000
02   ACTV     00000   00000    00000    00000    00000    00000      00000
03   ACTV     00000   00000    00000    00000    00000    00000      00000
********************  SUMMARY ALARM COUNT FOR THE CARD *******************
#Condn    #IngAlm    #EgrAlm    #CCFail    #ifFail   #mismatch   #abit
000000     000000     000000     000000     000000    000000    000000

dspconalms

Display Connection Alarms—PXM1E

The dspconalms command displays connection alarms. The display lists alarms by port and shows instances by the severities of critical, major, and minor alarms. The display also shows which types of failures constitute each of these severities.

Syntax

dspconalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspconalmcnts

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display connection alarms. This card has three logical interfaces but no connection alarms.

M8850_SF.7.PXM1E.a > dspconalms
****************************************************************
******* CONNECTIONS IN ALARM PER INTERFACE (BY SEVERITY) *******
****************************************************************
IF#      IfState    #Critical    #Major     #Minor
--       -------    ---------    ------     ------
01       ACTV          00000     00000      00000
02       ACTV          00000     00000      00000
03       ACTV          00000     00000      00000
****************************************************************
**************  PRESENT ALARM SEVERITY CONFIGURATION  **********
****************************************************************

CRITICAL:  Mismatch  
MAJOR   :  Condn  CCFail  
MINOR   :  IngAlm  EgrAlm  IfFail  Abit

dspconinfo

Display Connection Information—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspconinfo runs on the PXM45 and lists the total number SPVCs on each PNNI port on the switch. The default operation of the command is to show all SPVCs or SPVPs, With the optional parameters, you can specify one or more types of information to display.

The display shows:

PNNI physical port number

Number of active connections

Number of failed connections

Number of administratively inactive (or down) connections as a result of dncon

Total number of connections

Note that dspconinfo checks for the down state at the master end of the connection (status at the slave endpoint is failed). See also the descriptions for dncon and dspcon.

Syntax

dspconinfo
[-port portid] [-detail {true | false}] [-owner {master | slav] -sc {cbr | rtvbr | nrtvbr | abr | ubr}

Syntax Description

-port

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."

-detail

Determines whether the display contains information for all interfaces and slots or just slots. Type "true" after the keyword for all interfaces and slots. Type "false" for just slots.

Default: true

-owner

Lets you specify the endpoint of the connection. Type "master" or "slave."

-sc

Directs the command to display connections of a particular service type. Type one of the following after the keyword: cbr, nrtvbr, rtvbr, abr, or ubr.

Default: no default


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the SPVC summaries on the switch with the following conditions:

No options: a total of 13 active connections exist.

UBR connections: a total of 2 endpoints are listed.

Connections on port 5:1.2:2.

Connections at slot 5.

Slave endpoints.

atlanta.7.PXM.a > dspconinfo

Local Port     #Active   #Failed      #Down     #Total 
-----------------------------------------------------------
5:1.2:2            13          0          0         13


atlanta.7.PXM.a > dspconinfo -sc ubr

Local Port     #Active   #Failed      #Down     #Total 
-----------------------------------------------------------
5:1.2:2             2          0          0          2
atlanta.7.PXM.a > dspconinfo -port 5:1.2:2

Local Port     #Active   #Failed      #Down     #Total 
-----------------------------------------------------------
5:1.2:2            13          0          0         13

atlanta.7.PXM.a > dspconinfo -detail false

Local Slot     #Active    #Failed      #Down     #Total 
-----------------------------------------------------------
5                   13          0          0         13
atlanta.7.PXM.a > dspconinfo -owner slave

Local Port     #Active   #Failed      #Down     #Total 
-----------------------------------------------------------
5:1.2:2             0          0          0          0

dspconload

Display Connection Load—PXM1E

The dspconload command displays the number of ingress and egress cells per second on a connection (ifNum/vpi/vci). With the statistics provided by dspconload, you can determine whether the current load on the connection suggests a modification to the connection or possible troubleshooting.

Syntax

dspconload <ifNum> <vpi> <vci>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for logical interface (port) numbers is 1-31.

vpi

The VPI range on a UNI is 0-255.

The VPI range on an NNI is 0-4095.

vci

The VCI range for a VCC is 35-65535.

For a VPC, the VCI is 0.


Related Commands

dspcons, dspcon, dspload

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the load on the connection with a VPI and VCI of 10 and 100, respectively, on logical port 1.

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspconload 1 10 100
           Ingress                                         Egress
--------------------------------------      --------------------------------------
All non-compliant cells   :          0
CLP1 non-compliant        :          0
CLP0 non-compliant        :          0
CLP0 -> CLP1              :          0
Cells from port          
(Before policing)         :        999      Cells to port             :        999
CLP0 from port            :        999      CLP0 to port              :        999
CLP1 from port            :          0      CLP1 to port              :          0
EOF from port             :          0      EOF to port               :          0
EFCI1 from port           :          0      EFCI1 to port             :          0
                                            RM to port                :          0
Cells to network          :        999      Cells from network        :        999
CLP0 to network           :        999      CLP0 from network         :        999
CLP1 to network           :          0      CLP1 from network         :          0
EFCI1 to network          :          0      EFCI1 from network        :          0
Cells discarded in qe     :          0      Cells discarded in qe     :          0
CLP0 discarded in qe      :          0      CLP0 discarded in qe      :          0
CLP1 discarded in qe      :          0      CLP1 discarded in qe      :          0
EOF discarded in qe       :          0
                                            EFCI1 discarded in qe     :          0
VC queue depth            :          0      VC queue depth            :          0
ACR (Valid for WFQ conns) :          1      ACR (Valid for WFQ conns) :          1
OAM from port             :          0      OAM to port               :          0
RM from port              :          0
RM to network             :          0      RM from network           :          0
OAM to network            :          0      OAM from network          :          0
OAM discarded in qe       :          0      OAM discarded in qe       :          0
EFCI1 discarded in qe     :          0
RM discarded in qe        :          0      RM discarded in qe        :

dspconntracebuffer

Display Connection Trace Buffer—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspconntracebuffer command lets you display the results of a connection trace. The trace occurs after you provide an identifier for a routed connection to the conntrace command.

The trace consists of the following information for each switch:

The result of the trace—success or failure

The date and time of the last update

Node names and node IDs of all the nodes that the connection traverses

Incoming port ID (at the UNI) in the format of logical port number and physical port ID

Outgoing port ID (at the network egress) in the format of logical port number and physical port ID

VPI and VCI at the incoming and outgoing ports

Call reference number at the incoming and outgoing ports

The name, node ID, port and call identifiers at the next node in the path

Syntax

dspconntracebuffer <portid> <vpi> <vci>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."

vpi

The VPI of the connection.

vci

The VCI of the connection.


Related Commands

dspconntracebuffers, clrconntracebuffer, clrconntracebuffers, conntrace

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Do a connection trace on the connection with a VPI/VCI of 1/100 on port 5:1.1:1, then display the trace buffer for this connection.

r18pop157.7.PXM.a > conntrace 5:1.1:1 -vpi 1 -vci 100
 
r18pop157.7.PXM.a > dspconntracebuffer 5:1.1:1 1 100
 
Last update time:Jul 9 2002 23:42:46 
Result:SUCCESS     Reason:N/A
 
Incoming Port:17111041   Physical PortId:5:1.1:1
VPI   :1   VCI:100   CallRef:147019   
Node Name:r18pop157 NodeId:
56:160:47.00918100000000016444456a.00016444456a.01 
Outgoing Port:16914433   Physical PortId:2:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:47161   CallRef:72760   
Node Name:r18pop161 NodeId:
56:160:47.009181000000000164444b71.000164444b71.01 
Outgoing Port:16848897   Physical PortId:1:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:55482   CallRef:93315   
Node Name: NodeId:56:160:47.0091810000000004c113b985.0004c113b985.01 
Outgoing Port:17045505   Physical PortId:4:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:47074   CallRef:36277   
Node Name: NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000000164444b35.000164444b35.01 
Outgoing Port:16979969   VPI   :1   VCI:100   CallRef:142329   Physical
PortId:3:1.1:1

dspconntracebuffers

Display Connection Trace Buffers—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspconntracebuffers command displays all connection trace buffers. The maximum number of traces on a switch is 100, and each trace buffer is separated by a message indicating the beginning of the next trace record. (A connection trace occurs after you provide an identifier for a routed connection to the conntrace command.) To see an individual trace, use the dspconntracebuffer command.

Syntax

dspconntracebuffers

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

dspconntracebuffer, clrconntracebuffer, clrconntracebuffers, conntrace

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all connection trace buffers recorded on the local switch. Each connection trace is separated by a message indicating the next buffer record is about to begin.


Note The node name appears only if the node exists in the peer group where you started the trace. For a hop outside the local peer group, a blank space follows the "Node Name:" label. (Immediately following this blank space, the ID of the node outside the local peer group appears.)


r18pop157.7.PXM.a > dspconntracebuffers

--------------------------------
dspconntracebuffers:next record
--------------------------------

Last update time:Jul 9 2002 23:43:31 
Result:SUCCESS     Reason:N/A

Incoming Port:17111041   Physical PortId:5:1.1:1
VPI   :1   VCI:101   CallRef:147020   
Node Name:r18pop157 NodeId:
56:160:47.00918100000000016444456a.00016444456a.01 
Outgoing Port:16914433   Physical PortId:2:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:47162   CallRef:72761   
Node Name:r18pop161 NodeId:
56:160:47.009181000000000164444b71.000164444b71.01 
Outgoing Port:16848897   Physical PortId:1:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:55483   CallRef:93316   
Node Name: NodeId:56:160:47.0091810000000004c113b985.0004c113b985.01 
Outgoing Port:17045505   Physical PortId:4:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:47075   CallRef:36278   
 
Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop:
Node Name: NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000000164444b35.000164444b35.01 
Outgoing Port:16979969   VPI   :1   VCI:101   CallRef:142330   Physical
PortId:3:1.1:1
 
 
--------------------------------
dspconntracebuffers:next record
--------------------------------
 
Last update time:Jul 9 2002 23:42:46 
Result:SUCCESS     Reason:N/A
 
Incoming Port:17111041   Physical PortId:5:1.1:1
VPI   :1   VCI:100   CallRef:147019   
Node Name:r18pop157 NodeId:
56:160:47.00918100000000016444456a.00016444456a.01 
Outgoing Port:16914433   Physical PortId:2:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:47161   CallRef:72760   
Node Name:r18pop161 NodeId:
56:160:47.009181000000000164444b71.000164444b71.01 
Outgoing Port:16848897   Physical PortId:1:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:55482   CallRef:93315   
Node Name: NodeId:56:160:47.0091810000000004c113b985.0004c113b985.01 
 
Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop:
Outgoing Port:17045505   Physical PortId:4:1.1:1
 
VPI   :1   VCI:47074   CallRef:36277   
Node Name: NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000000164444b35.000164444b35.01 
Outgoing Port:16979969   VPI   :1   VCI:100   CallRef:142329   Physical
PortId:3:1.1:1

dspcons

Display Connections—PXM45, PXM1E

The default entry of the dspcons command requires no parameters and displays general information for all connections. Because of the very large number of possible connections, optional filters are available to let you narrow the scope of the output. See Syntax Description for each card type.

The dspcons command runs on a PXM or any model of broadband or narrowband service module. The optional parameters and the output are different on these card types. See Syntax Description for card-specific parameters.


Note The dspcons command on the PXM1E shows provisioned connections on the narrowband service modules and the UNI/NNI back card—from the VSI master viewpoint. To display connections on a narrowband VSI slave, cc to the card and use the dspcon or dspcons command. To see connections on the UNI/NNI card as a VSI slave, two commands are available especially for this purpose: dspchan and dspchans. Refer to their descriptions.


The dspcons Output

When you run dspcons on the CLI of a PXM45 or PXM1E, the output shows:

Local and Remote Port ID

The display contains a column for the local port ID and a column for the remote port ID. The physical port ID has the format used by PNNI:

On the PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On the PXM1E: slot.port

Local and Remote VPI.VCI

The VPI and VCI at the local and remote ends of the connection.

State

The State column shows whether the connection is OK, down (by the dncon command), failed, or has an alarm indication signal (AIS) or abit errors.

Owner

Whether the endpoint is master or slave.

Local and Remote NSAP

An NSAP address for each end of the connection.


Syntax

dspcons [-port portid] [-vpi starting-vpi] [-vci starting vci] [-state {fail | ais | abit | ok | down}]
[-owner {master | slave}] [-sc {cbr | rtvbr | nrtvbr | abr | ubr}] [-persflag {nonpersistent | persistent}] [-rteid Pref Route Id] [-type {p2p | p2mp}]

Syntax Description

-port

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."

-vpi

The VPI of the connection that you would like to serve as the starting connection in the display.

-vci

The VCI of the connection that you would like to serve as the starting connection in the display.

-state

A specific connection state. The display shows only the connections with the state you specify. Note that on the PXM45, you must spell out the entire state keyword. The keywords for specifying a state are

failed—only failed connections

ais—connections with alarm indication signal (AIS) set

abit—connections on which an A-bit error has occurred

ok—connections with no problems

down—connections that are administratively down (from dncon command)

-owner

Specifies connections where the local endpoint is either master or slave.

-sc

The -sc option lets you display connections of a particular service class. The choices are cbr, rtvbr, nrtvbr, abr, and ubr.

-persflag

The -persflag option lets direct the display to show only persistent or non-persistent endpoints. Type persistent or nonpersistent.

-rteid

The -rteidb option lets you specify connections with a particular preferred route ID.

-type

The connection type is either point-to-point (p2p) or point-to-multipoint (p2mp). Type either "p2p" or "p2mp."


Related Commands

dspcon, addcon, cnfcon, delcon, dncon, upcon, dsppncon, dsppncons

PXM1E only: dspchan, dspchans

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example PXM45

Display all connections.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcons
Local Port   Vpi.Vci    Remote Port  Vpi.Vci     State     Owner  Pri Persisteny
----------------------+------------------------+---------+-------+---+----------
3:1.1:1      102 102    Routed       102 102     FAIL      MASTER 8   Persistent
Local  Addr: 47.00918100000100001a531c2a.000001031801.00
Remote Addr: 47.00918100000200036b5e30cd.000001011802.00
Preferred Route ID:-

Example PXM1E

Display all connections. The only connection is a daxcon that terminates at slots 19 and 20.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspcons
Local Port   Vpi.Vci    Remote Port  Vpi.Vci     State     Owner  Pri Persisteny
----------------------+------------------------+---------+-------+---+----------
19.1          19 119    20.1          20 119     OK        SLAVE  -   Persistent
Local  Addr: 47.0091810000000007856e1204.000001079b01.00
Remote Addr: 47.0091810000000007856e1204.00000107a301.00
Preferred Route ID:-
20.1          20 119    19.1          19 119     OK        MASTER 8   Persistent
Local  Addr: 47.0091810000000007856e1204.00000107a301.00
Remote Addr: 47.0091810000000007856e1204.000001079b01.00
Preferred Route ID:-

dspcons-dbg

Display Connections-Debug—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcons-dbg command shows whether the SPVC log is enabled. The dbgcon command lets you enable or disable this log.

Syntax

dspcons-dbg

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dbgcon

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Determine whether SPVC logging is enabled. The output shows that the log is disabled.

MGX8850.8.PXM.a > dspcons-dbg

Global SPVC Event Log Status: Disable 

dspconsegep

Display Connection Segment Endpoint—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays OAM segment endpoint for a connection endpoint. When both vpi and vci are present, the segment endpoint is a F5 flow endpoint (for VCCs). When the optional vci is not present, the segment endpoint is a F4 flow endpoint (for VPCs). This command applies to established calls only.

Syntax

dspconsegep <portid> <vpi> [vci]

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."

vpi

The VPI of the connection.

vci

The VCI of the connection.


Related Commands

cnfoamsegep, dspoamsegep, cnfconsegep, delconsegep

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


dspcontrollers

Display Controllers—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcontrollers command displays all controllers that have been added through the addcontroller command. See the addcontroller description for more information on network control protocols.

Syntax

dspcontrollers

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

addcontroller, delcontroller

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Contents of the Controller Display

The dspcontrollers display produced by the command shows the following items:

Node-level alarms, if any.

Total number of instances that a controller has been specified. LSC can be shown multiple times because each instance on an RPM is counted.

Controller name: this is an optional entry in the addcontroller command.

Controller ID: 2 is reserved for PNNI, and 3 is reserved for LSC.

The location is internal or external. If internal, the controller is running on the local PXM or RPM.

The controller type is either PNNI or LSC.

The controller logical slot is where the controller is running, as follows:

For PNNI in an MGX 8850 or MGX 8950 chassis, this number is always 7. In an MGX 8830 chassis, PNNI always runs in logical slot 1.

LSC runs in the slot where an RPM resides.

The bay number, line number, VPI, and VCI together refer to an external controller. The current release does not support external controllers, so these numbers always appear as 0.

Controller-specific alarms are listed if any exists.

Example

Display the controllers on the current switch. PNNI is running in logical slot 7, and one instance of LSC is running. (The controller names "PNNI" and "LSC1" are optional strings specified through the addcontroller command to help keep track of the controllers.) A node-level, critical alarm exists, but it does not pertain to either controller. Note that the bay number, line number, VPI, and VCI are 0 because these fields pertain to external controllers and PNNI and LSC1 are internal controllers.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspcontrollers
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 04.00   May. 11, 2003 23:32:58 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Number of Controllers:        2                                       
Controller Name:              PNNI                                    
Controller Id:                2                                       
Controller Location:          Internal                                
Controller Type:              PNNI                                    
Controller Logical Slot:      7                                       
Controller Bay Number:        0                                       
Controller Line Number:       0                                       
Controller VPI:               0                                       
Controller VCI:               0                                       
Controller In Alarm:          NO                                      
Controller Error:                                                     

Controller Name:              LSC1                                    
Controller Id:                5                                       
Controller Location:          Internal                                
Controller Type:              LSC                                     
Controller Logical Slot:      9                                       
Controller Bay Number:        0                                       
Controller Line Number:       0 
Controller VPI:               0                                       
Controller VCI:               0                                       
Controller In Alarm:          NO                                      
Controller Error:                                                     


M8850_LA.8.PXM.a >

dspcug

Display Closed User Group—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcug command displays the following information about a closed user group (CUG—see the addcug description for details on this feature):

The interlock code

The type of call that is barred, if any

To acquire the preceding information, you must provide the following:

The ATM address of the CUG

The length of the ATM address

The address plan of the ATM address

The CUG index number

Syntax

dspcug <atm-address> <length> <plan> <cug-index>

Syntax Description

atm-address

The NSAP or E.164 address on the local UNI interface is 20 bytes.

length

Address length. The units of measure differ for each address plan. The -plan option lets you specify E.164 or NSAP.

For an NSAP address plan, the units of measure are bits. The range is 0-160. Using the maximum of a 20-byte ATM address:

20 bytes x 8 bits per byte = 160 bits

For an E.164 address plan, the value is the number of decimal digits. If the ATM address consists of 15 digits, the value for this parameter is also 15.

plan

The plan is either NSAP or E.164 and is set when you added the address by using the addaddr command.

cug-index

The cug-index uniquely identifies this CUG on the ATM address. The maximum number of CUG indexes you can assign to an ATM address is 100.

Range: 1-65535


Related Commands

cnfcug, clrcugdefaddr, cnfaddrcug, cnfnodecug, delcug, dspaddrcug, addcug, dspcugdefaddr, dspnodecug, setcugdefaddr, dspaddr

Attributes

log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: SUPER_GP


Example

Display the CUG that has the following characteristics:

ATM address is 47.0091.8100.0000.0001.5555.

Length is 88.

Plan is NSAP.

CUG index is 12.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dspcug 47.0091.8100.0000.0001.5555 88 nsap 12
atm address: 47.0091.8100.0000.0001.5555 
length: 88	 plan: nsap_icd 
cug index: 12	 cug interlock code: 
47009181000000000142265B390000010118040011223344 
calls barred: outgoing

dspcugdefaddr

Display CUG Default Address—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcugdefaddr command displays the ATM address prefix that has been specified as the default address for CUG validation. If no default address has been specified, the CLI displays nothing.

Syntax

dspcugdefaddr <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Attributes

log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the preferential CUG on port 3:1.7:7.

pswpop3-1.7.PXM.a > dspcugdefaddr 3:1.7:7
47.1111.1111.1111.1111.1111.1111.1111.1111.1111.11
length: 160    type: internal      proto: local
scope: 0       plan: nsap_icd      redistribute: false
transit network id: 

dspcurclk

Display Current Clock—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspcurclk command displays the current status of the network synchronization clock. For information on the fields in this display, see the following commands: cnfclksrc, cnfncdp, dspclksrcs, and dspncdpclksrc.

Syntax

dspcurclk

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfclksrc, cnfncdp, dspclksrcs, dspncdp, dspncdpclksrcs

Attributes

log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current clock.

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > dspcurclk
Current Clock Status.

Active                     :internal clock
Clock type                 :null
Clock lock state           :reset
Clock Status               :invalid
Clock local                :no
Source switchover mode     :non-revertive

Use dspclksrcs, dspncdp, dspncdpclksrcs for more information.

dspdate

Display Date—PXM45, PXM1E

Display the date, time, and time zone configured on the current switch.

Syntax

dspdate

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfdate

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the date.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspdate
    May 10 2002 00:04:34 GMT

dspdevalms

Display Device Alarms—PXM45

The dspdevalms command shows whether an alarm for a crossbar or other device is minor, major, or critical. The display shows status on both the active and standby PXM45 or all the XM60s.

For fault isolation after you execute dspdevalms, you can survey the possible errors (illustrated in the example). The following is a top-down sequence of error-isolation commands:

1. dspndalms

2. dspswalms

3. dspdevalms

4. dspdeverr

5. dspdeverrhist

Note that the dspdeverr and dspdeverrhist commands are useful for viewing the numbers of errors and the reason for the alarms. The first three commands show alarms, and the last two show the counters that caused the alarms to go up.

Syntax

The following varieties of syntax are for XBARCORE only.

dspdevalms <device name> [-pslot <slot no>]

dspdevalms <device name> [-xslot <xbar slot>] [-pl <plane No>]

Syntax Description

In the current release, the only (case-sensitive) entry for device name is XBARCORE. For error information on other devices, such as particular ASICs or the disk drive, or for slot bandwidth alarms, use the dspdeverr command.

device
name

Type the mandatory device name in upper case characters. XBARCORE indicates whether the errors on a link or the whole switch plane crossed any of the alarm thresholds. Most alarms pertain to individual links, but several are plane-based. If necessary, you can configure thresholds by using cnfxbarerrthresh.

-pslot

Refers to the physical slot number of the card that sends and receives cells to and from the switch planes. You can specify an individual slot for details or display all slots (with an asterisk) to show whether an error has occurred on any switch plane. In the MGX 8850 node, the slot number range is 1-14. In the MGX 8950 node, the slot number range is 1-16.

-xslot

The number of the slot where the crossbar fabric resides. You can type an asterisk to specify all switching cards. On the MGX 8850 node, the individual slot number is 7 or 8. On the
MGX 8950 node, the slot is 9, 10, 25, or 26.

-pl

The plane number applies only when you specify the xslot parameter. On an MGX 8850 node, the range for switch planes is 0-2, otherwise type an asterisk * for all planes. On the MGX 8950 node, the range of plane numbers in any slot is 0-3 or * for all planes.


Related Commands

dspswalms, dspdeverr, dspdeverrhist, dspxbarerrthresh, clrxbaralms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display device alarms for all physical slots. A critical alarm means that the source of the problem must be replaced with a good card.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspdevalms XBARCORE -pslot *
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 03.09   Feb. 17, 2003 19:38:09 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL

             XBAR CORE ALARM SEVERITY INFO SUMMARY
                   Fabric Slot / Plane
Slot   7/0   7/1   7/2     8/0   8/1   8/2
----   ----  ----  ----    ----  ----  ----
 01    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 02    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 03    --    --    --      --    --    Crit
 04    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 05    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 06    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 07    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 08    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 09    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 10    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 11    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 12    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 13    --    --    --      --    --    --  
 14    --    --    --      --    --    --

Display device alarms for physical slot 7.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdevalms XBARCORE -pslot 7
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 09, 2001 23:31:46 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL

          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO FOR SLOT: 7
Fabric
Slot/ Loss  Rx    Rx    Xmit  Hdr   Pload Slot  Slot  BP
Plane Sync  Cv    Disp  Par   CRC   CRC   Remap Recur Par
----- ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ---
 7/0  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
 7/1  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
 7/2  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    

 8/0  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
 8/1  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
 8/2  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    -- 
          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO FOR SLOT: 7
Fabric
Slot/   SFrame SFrame ACP   Sev
Plane   Tick   Lock   Addr  Summ.
-----   ----   ----   ---   ----
 7/0    --     --     --    --  
 7/1    --     --     --    --  
 7/2    --     --     --    --  

 8/0    --     --     --    --  
 8/1    --     --     --    --  
 8/2    --     --     --    --  

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdevalms XBARCORE -xslot 7 -pl 0
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 10, 2001 15:23:29 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO:
 Fabric Slot No: 7        Xbar Plane No: 0 
      Loss  Rx    Rx    Xmit  Hdr   Pload Slot  Slot  BP
Slot  Sync  Cv    Disp  Par   CRC   CRC   Remap Recur Par
----- ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ---
   1  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   2  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   3  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   4  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
   5  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   6  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   7  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   8  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   9  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  10  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  11  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  12  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  13  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  14  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 10, 2001 15:23:29 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO:
 Fabric Slot No: 7        Xbar Plane No: 0 
        SFrame SFrame ACP    Sev
Slot    Tick   Lock   Addr   Summ.
-----   ----   ----   ----   ----
   1    --     --     --     --  
   2    --     --     --     --  
   3    --     --     --     --  
   4    --     --     --     --
   5    --     --     --     --  
   6    --     --     --     --  
   7    --     --     --     --  
   8    --     --     --     --  
   9    --     --     --     --
  10    --     --     --     --
  11    --     --     --     --
  12    --     --     --     --
  13    --     --     --     --
  14    --     --     --     --

The following sequence of displays shows first the alarms (dspdevalms) then the errors (dspdeverr) originating in the path between slot 1 and the XM60 in slot 26, switch ASIC number 3. Portions of the display are truncated to make the series more readable.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspdevalms XBARCORE -pslot 1
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 18:39:30 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL


          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO FOR SLOT: 1
Fabric
Slot/ Loss  Rx    Rx    Xmit  Hdr   Pload Slot  Slot  BP
Plane Sync  Cv    Disp  Par   CRC   CRC   Remap Recur Par
----- ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ---
25/0  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
25/1  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
25/2  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
25/3  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    

26/0  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
26/1  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
26/2  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
26/3  Maj   Crit  Crit  --    Crit  Crit  --    --    --    

Now that the display for errors detected by slot 1 has been shown, enter the following command to show the alarms detected by switch ASIC 3 in slot 26.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspdevalms XBARCORE -xslot 26 -pl 3
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 18:43:51 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL

          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO:
 Fabric Slot No: 26        Xbar Plane No: 3 
      Loss  Rx    Rx    Xmit  Hdr   Pload Slot  Slot  BP
Slot  Sync  Cv    Disp  Par   CRC   CRC   Remap Recur Par
----- ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----  ---
   1  Maj   Crit  Crit  --    Crit  Crit  --    --    --    
   2  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
   3  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
   4  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
   5  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   6  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
   7  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    
   8  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  11  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  12  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  13  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  14  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  15  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --
  16  --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --    --

M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 18:43:51 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL

          XBAR CORE ERROR ALARM INFO:
 Fabric Slot No: 26        Xbar Plane No: 3 
        SFrame SFrame ACP    Sev
Slot    Tick   Lock   Addr   Summ.
-----   ----   ----   ----   ----
   1    --     --     --     Crit
   2    --     --     --     --
   3    --     --     --     --
   4    --     --     --     --
   5    --     --     --     --  
   6    --     --     --     --
   7    --     --     --     --  
   8    --     --     --     --
  11    --     --     --     --
  12    --     --     --     --
  13    --     --     --     --
  14    --     --     --     --
  15    --     --     --     --
  16    --     --     --     --

Display the XBARCORE device errors detected by physical slot 1. (Afterwards, show the device errors detected by the Switch ASIC.)

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr XBARCORE -pslot 1
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 18:38:56 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL

        XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR SLOT: 1
Fabric
Slot/   Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Plane   Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
25/0        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
25/1        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
25/2        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
25/3        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 

26/0        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
26/1        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
26/2        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
26/3      220    3300    3300       0    3300    3300       0       0       0 
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 18:38:56 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL


        XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR SLOT: 1
Fabric
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame  ACP     
Plane   Tick    Lock    Addr    
-----   ------  ------  ----    
25/0       0       0       0 
25/1       0       0       0 
25/2       0       0       0 
25/3       0       0       0 

26/0       0       0       0 
26/1       0       0       0 
26/2       0       0       0 
26/3       0       0       0

List the device errors for slot 26, switch ASIC 3.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr XBARCORE -xslot 26 -pl 3
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 18:45:43 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL

         XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT :
 Fabric Slot No: 26        Xbar Plane No: 3 
        Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Slot    Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
   1      220    3300    3300       0    3300    3300       0       0       0 
   2       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   3       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   4       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   5        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   6       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   7        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   8       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  11       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  12       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  13       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  14       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  15       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  16       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --

XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT : 
 Fabric Slot No: 26        Xbar Plane No: 3 
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame   ACP    
Plane   Tick    Lock     Addr   
-----   ------  ------   ----   
   1        0       0       0 
   2       --      --      --
   3       --      --      --
   4       --      --      --
   5        0       0       0 
   6       --      --      --
   7        0       0       0 
   8       --      --      --
  11       --      --      --
  12       --      --      --
  13       --      --      --
  14       --      --      --
  15       --      --      --
  16       --      --      --

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a >

Note No command sequence definitively isolates a problem like this. However, in the example just concluded, if the AXSM were part of a redundant pair, you could switch over to the backup card by using the switchredcd command. If the errors as shown above ceased, you could conclude that the problem did not originate on the switch ASIC but instead originated on either the service module or even the backplane. The next step would be to swap the original primary AXSM for a known good card.


dspdeverr

Display Device Errors—PXM45

The dspdeverr command on the PXM45 shows current error counters for the switch planes or other devices that communicate by way of the serial bus (therefore, the RPM, VISM, and other Cell Bus cards are excluded from the display). The alarms are cleared when the error count falls below the error thresholds. Use the cnfxbarerrthresh or dspxbarerrthresh command to configure or display error thresholds as needed. Use the dspdeverrhist command to view the history of the errors.


Note For the dspdeverr command on the PXM1E, see the next dspdeverr description.


Errors can be isolated to a specific link or the entire switch plane. (A link is the hardware path between the switch plane and the recipient card's bus transceiver.) Most errors result in the shutdown of only a link. Two of the three plane-based errors shut down the entire switch plane.

Syntax PXM45

dspdeverr <device name> [-pslot <slot no>]

dspdeverr <device name> [-xslot <xbar slot>] [-pl <plane No>]

Syntax Description for PXM45

device
name

Type the mandatory device name in upper case characters. Choices are:

XBARCORE indicates whether the errors on a link or the whole switch plane crossed any of the alarm thresholds. Most alarms pertain to individual links, but several are plane-based. If necessary, you can configure thresholds by using cnfxbarerrthresh.

CBC

HUMVEE

DISK

QE1210

-pslot

This parameter applies only if the device is XBARCORE. The value is the physical slot number of the card that sends and receives cells to and from the switchplane. You can specify an individual slot for details or display all slots (with an asterisk) to show whether an error has occurred on any device.

In the MGX 8850 node, the slot number range is 1-14 or * for all slots.

In the MGX 8950 node, the slot number range is 1-16 or * for all slots.

-xslot

The number of the slot where the switch fabric resides. This parameter applies only if the device is XBARCORE. You can type an asterisk to specify all switching cards.

On the MGX 8850 node, the individual slot number is 7 or 8.

On the MGX 8950 node, the slot is 9, 10, 25, or 26.

-pl

The plane number option applies only when you also specify the xslot parameter. This parameter applies only if the device is XBARCORE.

On an MGX 8850 switch, the range for either slot is 0-2 or * for all planes.

On an MGX 8950 switch, the range for any slot is 0-3 or * for all planes.


Related Commands

dspdevalms, dspdeverrhist, cnfxbarerrthresh, dspxbarerrthresh

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples PXM45

The dashes in the display mean that either no card exists in the slot or that the card is a Cell Bus card.

Do the following sequence of tasks:

1. Display XBARCORE errors for all physical slots.

2. Display XBARCORE errors for the physical slot that shows errors (slot 3).

3. Display XBARCORE errors for the switching card that shows errors (slot 8).


Note The SFrame Tick and SFrame lock errors on a switch plane are critical.


M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr XBARCORE -pslot *
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 25, 2001 21:17:06 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

         XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNTERS SUMMARY
                   Fabric Slot / Plane
Slot    7/0     7/1     7/2       8/0     8/1     8/2
-----  ------  ------  ------    ------  ------  ------
 01        0       0       0         0       0       0 
 02        0       0       0         0       0       0 
 03        0       0       0        76      68      76 
 04       --      --      --        --      --      -- 
 05        0       0       0         0       0       0 
 06        0       0       0         0       0       0 
 07        0       0       0         0       0       0 
 08        0       0       0         0       0       0 
 09       --      --      --        --      --      -- 
 10       --      --      --        --      --      -- 
 11       --      --      --        --      --      -- 
 12       --      --      --        --      --      -- 
 13       --      --      --        --      --      -- 
 14       --      --      --        --      --      --

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr XBARCORE -pslot 3
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 24, 2001 22:49:24 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

        XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR SLOT: 3
Fabric
Slot/   Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Plane   Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
 7/0        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
 7/1        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
 7/2        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 

 8/0        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0      15 
 8/1        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0       7 
 8/2        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0      15 
 
Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 24, 2001 22:49:24 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJO
        XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR SLOT: 3
Fabric
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame  ACP     
Plane   Tick    Lock    Addr    
-----   ------  ------  ----    
7/0       0       0       0 
7/1       0       0       0 
7/2       0       0       0 

8/0       0       0       0 
8/1       0       0       0 
8/2       0       0       0

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr XBARCORE -xslot 8 -pl 2
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 25, 2001 21:40:39 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

         XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT :
 Fabric Slot No: 8        Xbar Plane No: 2 
        Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Slot    Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
   1        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   2        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   3        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0      15 
   4       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   5        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   6        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   7        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   8        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   9       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  10       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  11       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  12       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  13       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  14       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
         XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT : 
 Fabric Slot No: 8        Xbar Plane No: 2 
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame   ACP    
Plane   Tick    Lock     Addr   
-----   ------  ------   ----   
   1        0       0       0 
   2        0       0       0 
   3        0       0       0 
   4       --      --      --
   5        0       0       0 
   6        0       0       0 
   7        0       0       0 
   8        0       0       0 
   9       --      --      --
  10       --      --      --
  11       --      --      --
  12       --      --      --
  13       --      --      --
  14       --      --      --


M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr XBARCORE -xslot 8
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 24, 2001 22:14:02 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

         XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT :
 Fabric Slot No: 8        Xbar Plane No: 0 
        Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Slot    Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
   1        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   2        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   3        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0      15 
   4       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   5        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   6        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   7        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   8        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   9       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  10       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  11       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  12       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  13       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  14       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --

         XBAR CORE CURRENT ERROR COUNT : 
 Fabric Slot No: 8        Xbar Plane No: 0 
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame   ACP    
Plane   Tick    Lock     Addr   
-----   ------  ------   ----   
   1        0       0       0 
   2        0       0       0 
   3        0       0       0 
   4       --      --      --
   5        0       0       0 
   6        0       0       0 
   7        0       0       0 
   8        0       0       0 
   9       --      --      --
  10       --      --      --
  11       --      --      --
  12       --      --      --
  13       --      --      --
  14       --      --      --

dspdeverr

Display Device Errors—PXM1E

The dspdeverr command on the PXM1E displays errors for a variety of devices on the PXM1E. See the Syntax Description for a list of these devices. The associated alarms are cleared when the error count falls below the error thresholds. Note that the troubleshooting recourse for persistent errors is to swap out the suspect card.

Use the dspdeverrhist command to view the history of errors that have occurred since the last reset.


Note For the dspdeverr command on the PXM45, see the preceding dspdeverr description.


Syntax

dspdeverr <device name>

Syntax Description

device name

The following are the valid, case-sensitive device names you can enter:

QE1210

CBC

NILE4

ATLAS

DISK


Related Commands

dspdeverrhist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the CBC errors.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr CBC
PXM1E_SJ                         System Rev: 03.09   Dec. 24, 1999 01:59:52 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE CBC   (Alarm :  None   )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ ---

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
    ECIC Err       0
   ECP Error       0
 ECP Discard       0
     MCE Err       0
     ICP Err       0
LcnRamParity       0
   Egr NoAck       0
  CB Master0       0
  CB Master1       0
  CB Master2       0
  CB Master3       0
    CB Slave       0
 DTE Pro Err       0
    ECIC Err       0
   ECP Error       0
 ECP Discard       0
     MCE Err       0
     ICP Err       0
LcnRamParity       0
   Egr NoAck       0
  CB Master0       0
  CB Master1       0
  CB Master2       0
  CB Master3       0
    CB Slave       0
 DTE Pro Err       0
CBC INGR PAR       0

Display the Nile 4 errors.

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > dspdeverr NILE4
PXM1E_SJ                         System Rev: 04.00   Mar. 16, 2003 23:59:13 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE NILE4   (Alarm: None )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -----

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
ECC 1 BitErr       0
ECC M BitErr       0
Nile4CPCEErr       0

Display the errors for the QE1210.

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > dspdeverr QE1210
PXM1E_SJ                         System Rev: 04.00   Mar. 16, 2003 23:58:24 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE QE1210   (Alarm: None )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ --------------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
   Rx HW Err       0
 DTE ProcErr       0
     RAM ERR       0


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE QE1210   (Alarm :  None   )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ --------------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
   Rx HW Err       0
 DTE ProcErr       0
     RAM ERR       0

Display Atlas errors.

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > dspdeverr ATLAS
PXM1E_SJ                         System Rev: 04.00   Mar. 16, 2003 23:59:25 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE ATLAS   (Alarm :  None   )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
  Search Err       0
CellData Par       0
  VC Tbl Par       0
  Misc Error       0


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE ATLAS   (Alarm :  None   )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
  Search Err       0
CellData Par       0
  VC Tbl Par       0
  Misc Error       0

dspdeverrhist

Display Device Error History—PXM45

The dspdeverrhist command shows the historical count for various types of errors for a variety of devices that communicate by way of the serial bus (therefore, the RPM, VISM, and other Cell Bus cards are not displayed). The dspdeverrhist command in this description runs on the PXM45. To see a description for the dspdeverrhist command on a PXM1E, see the next dspdeverrhist description.


Note On a switch plane, the SFrame Tick and SFrame lock errors on a switch plane are critical.


A top-down sequence of troubleshooting commands for isolating faults in the switching fabric are:

1. dspndalms

2. dspswalms

3. dspdevalms

4. dspxbarplanealms (for switch ASICS only—device name "XBARCORE")

5. dspdeverrhist

Syntax

The following syntax applies to XBARCORE, DISK, CBC, HUMVEE, and QE1210 (the 34:

dspdeverrhist <device name> [-pslot <slot no>]

The following syntax applies to XBARCORE only:

dspdeverrhist <device name> [-xslot <xbar slot>] [-pl <plane no>]

Syntax Description

device
name

Type the mandatory device name in upper case characters. Choices are:

XBARCORE indicates whether the errors on a link or the whole switch plane crossed any of the alarm thresholds. Most alarms pertain to individual links, but several are plane-based. If necessary, you can configure thresholds by using cnfxbarerrthresh.

CBC

HUMVEE

DISK

QE1210

-pslot

This parameter applies only if the device is XBARCORE. The value is the physical slot number of the card that sends and receives cells to and from the switchplane. You can specify an individual slot for details or display all slots (with an asterisk) to show whether an error has occurred on any device.

In the MGX 8850 node, the slot number range is 1-14 or * for all slots.

In the MGX 8950 node, the slot number range is 1-16 or * for all slots.

-xslot

The number of the slot where the switch fabric resides. This parameter applies only if the device is XBARCORE. You can type an asterisk to specify all switching cards.

On the MGX 8850 node, the individual slot number is 7 or 8.

On the MGX 8950 node, the slot is 9, 10, 25, or 26.

-pl

The plane number option applies only when you also specify the xslot parameter. This parameter applies only if the device is XBARCORE.

On an MGX 8850 switch, the range for either slot is 0-2 or * for all planes.

On an MGX 8950 switch, the range for any slot is 0-3 or * for all planes.


Related Commands

dspxbar, dspdevalms, dspxbarerrthresh, cnfxbarerrthresh, dspndalms, dspswalms

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

The dashes in the display mean that either no card resides in the slot or that the card is a Cell Bus card.

Two screens are necessary to display all error types. Note that the screen display can accommodate only a finite number of errors without being distorted. Therefore, a K for 1000 or an M for 1000000 multiplier may be necessary—not the case in the first example.

Display the physical slot error history for slot 1. The command parameters are XBARCORE -pslot 1. The view of this display is from the card in slot 1 to all the switch planes. The display shows a small number of errors on the switch planes on the backup PXM45. The errors are not the plane-based errors that would shut down the planes entirely (Sframe tick and SFrame lock). That the same variety of errors appear for all three switch planes suggests that the problem is not in the ASICs themselves.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdeverrhist XBARCORE -pslot 1
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 21, 2001 23:07:37 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

        XBAR CORE HISTORY ERROR COUNT FOR SLOT: 1
Fabric
Slot/   Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Plane   Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
 7/0        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
 7/1        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
 7/2        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 

 8/0        2      30      30       0      30      30       0       0      21 
 8/1        2      30      30       0      30      30       0       0      21 
 8/2        2      30      30       0      30      30       0       0      19 

        XBAR CORE HISTORY ERROR COUNT FOR SLOT: 1
Fabric
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame  ACP     
Plane   Tick    Lock    Addr    
-----   ------  ------  ----    
 7/0       0       0       0 
 7/1       0       0       0 
 7/2       0       0       0 

 8/0       0       0       0 
 8/1       0       0       0 
 8/2       0       0       0

Display errors for each card slot addressed by the switch planes in slot 8.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspdeverrhist XBARCORE -xslot 8
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 21, 2001 23:11:39 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

         XBAR CORE HISTORY ERROR COUNT :
 Fabric Slot No: 8        Xbar Plane No: 0 
        Loss    Rx      Rx      Xmit    Hdr     Pload   Slot    Slot    BP      
Slot    Sync    Cv      Disp    Par     CRC     CRC     Remap   Recur   Par     
------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------  
   1        2      30      30       0      30      30       0       0      21 
   2        3      45      45       0      45      45       0       0      30 
   3        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0      15 
   4       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
   5        1      15      15       0      15      15       0       0      15 
   6        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   7        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   8        0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0 
   9       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  10       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  11       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  12       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  13       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
  14       --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --      --
Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 21, 2001 23:11:39 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR

         XBAR CORE HISTORY ERROR COUNT :
 Fabric Slot No: 8        Xbar Plane No: 0 
Slot/   SFrame  SFrame   ACP    
Plane   Tick    Lock     Addr   
-----   ------  ------   ----   
   1        0       0       0 
   2        0       0       0 
   3        0       0       0 
   4       --      --      --
   5        0       0       0 
   6        0       0       0 
   7        0       0       0 
   8        0       0       0 
   9       --      --      --
  10       --      --      --
  11       --      --      --
  12       --      --      --
  13       --      --      --
  14       --      --      --

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a >

dspdeverrhist

Display Device Error History—PXM1E

The dspdeverrhist command shows the history of various errors for a specified device. This command shows the history of errors that have occurred since the last PXM reset.

To see the current errors, use the dspdeverr command.


Note For the dspdeverrhist command on the PXM45, see the previous dspdeverrhist description.


Syntax

dspdeverrhist <device name>

Syntax Description

device name

The following are the valid, case-sensitive device names you can enter:

QE1210

CBC

NILE4

ATLAS

DISK


Related Commands

dspdeverr

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the device error history for the ATLAS. Run the dspdeverr command to display current errors.

IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a > dspdeverrhist ATLAS
IMA-NODE-225                     System Rev: 04.00   Dec. 11, 2000 02:36:58 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL


                  HISTORY ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE ATLAS
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
  Search Err       0
CellData Par       0
  VC Tbl Par       0
  Misc Error       0


                  HISTORY ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE ATLAS
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
  Search Err 3440743
CellData Par       0
  VC Tbl Par       0
  Misc Error 9487087

IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a > dspdeverr ATLAS
IMA-NODE-225                     System Rev: 04.00   Dec. 11, 2000 02:37:24 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE ATLAS   (Alarm: None )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
  Search Err       0
CellData Par       0
  VC Tbl Par       0
  Misc Error       0


                  CURRENT ERROR COUNT FOR DEVICE ATLAS   (Alarm :  None   )
                  ------- ----- ----- --- ------ -------

Error Type    Total Errors            
----------    ----- ------            
  Search Err       1
CellData Par       0
  VC Tbl Par       0
  Misc Error       1

IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a > 

dspdiagcnf

Display Diagnostics Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays the current diagnostics configuration, such as whether online or offline is enabled, the coverage time, starting time, and the days of the week (SMTWTFS) that the offline diagnostics runs.

Coverage indicates the length of time that the diagnostics will run as follows:

light = 5 minutes or less

medium = 30 minutes or less

full = any number of minutes-no limit


Note See the cnfdiag command for a detailed description of MGX 8850 diagnostics.


Syntax

dspdiagcnf

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfdiag, cnfdiagall

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: SERVICE_GP


Example

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspdiagcnf
      Online   -------------- Offline -------------
Slot  Enable   Enable  Coverage  StartTime  SMTWTFS
----  ------   ------  --------  ---------  -------
1     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
2     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
3     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
4     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
5     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
6     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
7     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
8     disable  enable  light     18:35 -M-----Äã²      
9     disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
10    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
11    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
12    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
13    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
14    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
15    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
16    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
17    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
18    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
19    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
20    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
21    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
22    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
23    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
24    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
25    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
26    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
27    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
28    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
29    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
30    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
31    disable  disable light     00:00 SMTWTFSÄã²      
32    disable  disable light     12:48 ----T--Äã²      

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspdiagerr

Display Diagnostic Statistics—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspdiagerr command displays the current offline or online diagnostics errors. To help you interpret any messages, use the dsplog facility.

Syntax

dspdiagerr <online | offline>

Syntax Description

online | offline

Specify whether the display shows the online or offline diagnostic errors.


Related Commands

clrdiagerr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display errors for online diagnostics. In this example, no errors have been reported.


Note For an interpretation of errors displayed by this command, use the dsplog facility, as shown in this screen capture. If that approach is not sufficient, call the TAC.


Goa.1.PXM.a > dspdiagerr online 
 Slot Date   Time  Message 
 ---- ----   ----  ------- 
1    06-May 21:01 Failed (use dsplog -mod PXMD for details) 
2    06-May 21:01 Failed (use dsplog -mod PXMD for details) 
3    --     -- 
4    --     -- 
5    --     -- 
6    --     -- 
7    --     -- 
8    --     -- 
9    --     -- 
10   --     -- 
11   --     -- 
12   --     -- 
13   --     -- 
14   --     -- 

Goa.1.PXM.a > 

dspdiagstat

Display Diagnostics Status—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspdiagstat command displays the number of times that the diagnostics has run. The output shows the number of attempts and the number of failures for both offline and online diagnostics.


Note See the cnfdiag command for a description of diagnostic parameters.


Syntax

dspdiagstat <slot>

Syntax Description

slot

The slot of the card for which to display the diagnostics statistics.


Related Commands

clrdiagstat

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display diagnostic statistics for slot 7 and 21.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspdiagstat 7

Slot 7 diagnostics statistics:

online diag attempted  = 0x00000000
online diag passed     = 0x00000000
online diag failed     = 0x00000000
offline diag attempted = 0x00000000
offline diag passed    = 0x00000000
offline diag failed    = 0x00000000

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspdiagstat 21

Slot 21 diagnostics statistics:

online diag attempted  = 0x00000000
online diag passed     = 0x00000000
online diag failed     = 0x00000000
offline diag attempted = 0x00000000
offline diag passed    = 0x00000000
offline diag failed    = 0x00000000

dspdiagstatus

Display Diagnostic Status—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspdiagstatus command displays the diagnostics status for each card on the switch. The information consists of the following:

Idle

Ready

Offline

Online


Note See the cnfdiag command for a description of the diagnostics parameters.


Syntax

dspdiagstatus

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfdiag, cnfdiagall

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspdiagstatus
 Slot  State    Role
 ----  -----    ----
1     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
2     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
3     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
4     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
5     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
6     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
7     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
8     Ready    ACTIVE CARD ROLE
9     Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
10    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
11    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
12    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
13    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
14    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
15    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
16    Ready    ACTIVE CARD ROLE
17    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
18    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
19    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
20    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
21    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
22    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
23    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
24    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
25    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
26    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
27    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
28    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
29    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
30    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
31    Idle     UNKNOWN CARD ROLE
32    Ready    ACTIVE CARD ROLE

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspdisk

Display Disk—PXM45, PXM1E

Display utilization for all partitions on the hard disk. The display shows the allocated space and the free space. A likely application of dspdisk is a routine check of disk utilization by running a script that includes this command.


Note The capacity of the disk is very large relative to typical usage and therefore does not present potential restrictions. The output shows the allocated space rather than the physical capacity of the drive.


Syntax

dspdisk

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cd

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the utilization for the default partition C.

orpswp3.7.PXM1E.a > dspdisk
==========================================================
 Partition C: Allocated Size:  800 MB Free Space:  574 MB
 Partition D: Allocated Size:  600 MB Free Space:  564 MB
 Partition E: Allocated Size:  100 MB Free Space:   99 MB
 Partition F: Allocated Size:  800 MB Free Space:  799 MB
==========================================================

dspegrbucketcnt

Display Egress Bucket Counters—PXM1E

The dspegrbucketcnt command displays selected statistical counters for the user-specified 15-minute interval (intvl) for all lines and virtual interfaces on the card.

Syntax

dspegrbucketcnt <intvl>

Syntax Description

intvl

The time interval to display (0-96). 0 is the current 15-minute interval. 1 is the most recent 15-minute interval. 2 is the next most recent 15-minute interval, and so on. 96 being the oldest 15-minute interval.


Related Commands

dspingbucketcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspegrbucketcnt 0
Line        Total Cells
               Received
------- ---------------
1.1                   0
1.2                   0
1.3                   0
1.4                   0
1.5                   0
1.6                   0
1.7                   0
1.8                   0

IfNum     Total Cells     Total Cells
             Received       Discarded
----- --------------- ---------------
1                   0               0
2                   0               0

dspenhiisp

Display Enhanced IISP—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays the enhanced IISP setting for one port or all ports.

Syntax

dspenhiisp [<portid>]

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

cnfenhiisp

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspenhiisp
Enhanced IISP Features Setting
 Port Id     Enabled
 <portid1>   yes
 <portid2>   no
 ...
Geneva.7.PXM.a > 

dspenvalms

Display Environment Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspenvalms command displays alarms related to the environment of the node. The categories are:

Temperature inside the enclosure

AC power supplies if applicable

DC supply power

DC system power

Bottom fan tray operation

Top fan tray operation

The definition of each alarm severity comes from Bellcore TR-NWT-000474. An alarm can be:

Critical, indicating complete, non-recoverable failure, loss of data, and do on. The failed entity must be restored. A power failure or a line being disconnected is an example.

Major, indicating service-affecting errors. This event indicates that a major service is damaged or lost, but the existing traffic is not affected.

Minor, indicating non-service affecting errors or errors on a remote node. Corrective action is appropriate to prevent a serious fault from developing. An example is a fan failure, where no subscribers are immediately affected, but calamity could result if the situation persists. Note that an accumulation of lower-level alarms does equal a higher-level alarm.

The dspenvalms command is part of a hierarchy of troubleshooting commands you can run on a PXM. Frequently, dspenvalms follows the higher-level command dspndalms. The dspndalms command shows a variety of alarm types within the switch and helps isolate the problem.

Syntax

dspenvalms [temp] [psu] [fan] [vmon]

Syntax Description

temp

(temperature) shows the temperature and whether an alarm condition exists.

psw

(power supply units) shows how many AC power supplies reside in the power supply tray as well as the high and low DC outputs that the AC power supplies should be able to maintain.

fan

shows the presence of top and bottom fan trays, minimum rotation rate of each fan, and actual rotation rate of each fan in RPMs.

vmon

(voltage monitor) shows permitted ranges and actual DC voltages.


Related Commands

dspndalms, dspcdstatus

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Check the temperature.

MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspenvalms temp
MGX8850                          System Rev: 02.00   Aug. 06, 2000 18:28:33 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM STATE INFO   ^Notification Disabled
   Alarm Type      Unit   Threshold      DataType   Value       State
 ----------------  ---- --------------   -------- ---------- -------------
 Temperature             <= 50            Celsius   33       Normal 

Display the state of the fans.

Jupiter_Lower.7.PXM.a > dspenvalms fan
JUPITER                                              Node Alarm: NONE
ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM STATE INFO   ^Notification Disabled
   Alarm Type      Unit   Threshold      DataType   Value       State
 ----------------  ---- --------------   -------- ---------- -------------
 Top Fan Tray       1    >= 2000          RPM       3432     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       2    >= 2000          RPM       3516     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       3    >= 2000          RPM       3552     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       4    >= 2000          RPM       3402     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       5    >= 2000          RPM       3558     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       6    >= 2000          RPM       3564     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       7    >= 2000          RPM       3618     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       8    >= 2000          RPM       3522     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       9    >= 2000          RPM       3516     Normal

 Bottom Fan Tray    1    >= 2000          RPM       3576     Normal
 Bottom Fan Tray    2    >= 2000          RPM       3558     Normal
 Bottom Fan Tray    3    >= 2000          RPM       3594     Normal
 Bottom Fan Tray    4    >= 2000          RPM       3570     Normal
 Bottom Fan Tray    5    >= 2000          RPM       3492     Normal
 Bottom Fan Tray    6    >= 2000          RPM       3600     Normal
 Bottom Fan Tray    7    >= 2000          RPM       3504     Normal

Show the power supplies. This screen is from a DC system, which has only one DC source. Note that the "Normal" status of A1 and B1 AC sources is actually okay for the DC display.

MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspenvalms psu
ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM STATE INFO   ^Notification Disabled
   Alarm Type      Unit   Threshold      DataType   Value       State
 ----------------  ---- --------------   -------- ---------- -------------
 Temperature             <= 50            Celsius   33       Normal

 Power Supply       A1   none             None      none     Normal
 Power Supply       A2   none             None      none     Missing
 Power Supply       A3   none             None      none     Missing
 DC Voltage         A    42  to 54        VoltsDC   49       Normal

 Power Supply       B1   none             None      none     Normal
 Power Supply       B2   none             None      none     Missing
 Power Supply       B3   none             None      none     Missing
 DC Voltage         B    42  to 54        VoltsDC   0        Normal

Display all environment alarms for the enclosure by entering dspenvalms with no optional parameters.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspenvalms
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 04.00   May. 12, 2003 16:18:22 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
ENVIRONMENTAL ALARM STATE INFO   ^Notification Disabled     
   Alarm Type      Unit   Threshold      DataType   Value       State
 ----------------  ---- --------------   -------- ---------- -------------
 Temperature             <= 50            Celsius   29       Normal

 Power Supply       A1   none             None      none     Normal
 Power Supply       A2   none             None      none     Missing
 Power Supply       A3   none             None      none     Missing
 DC Voltage         A    42  to 58        VoltsDC   49       Normal

 Power Supply       B1   none             None      none     Missing
 Power Supply       B2   none             None      none     Missing
 Power Supply       B3   none             None      none     Missing
 DC Voltage         B    42  to 58        VoltsDC   0        Normal

 Top Fan Tray       1    >= 2000          RPM       3594     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       2    >= 2000          RPM       3546     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       3    >= 2000          RPM       3582     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       4    >= 2000          RPM       3474     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       5    >= 2000          RPM       3402     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       6    >= 2000          RPM       3546     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       7    >= 2000          RPM       3492     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       8    >= 2000          RPM       3450     Normal
 Top Fan Tray       9    >= 2000          RPM       3462     Normal

 Bottom Fan Tray    1    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    2    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    3    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    4    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    5    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    6    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    7    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    8    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing
 Bottom Fan Tray    9    >= 2000          RPM       0        Missing

 +5V Input             4.850^ to 5.150^   VoltsDC   5.036    Informational
 +3.3V Input           3.200^ to 3.400^   VoltsDC   3.298    Informational
 +2.5V Input           2.425^ to 2.575^   VoltsDC   2.528    Informational
 Calibration VDC        0x7e^ to 0x82^    Other     0x80     Informational


M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

dsperr

Display Error—PXM45, PXM1E

Display error message files. The dsperr command is primarily a debug command. Because it displays tasks and system calls, the information is more suitable to developers or others who can use information that is internal to the runtime software image rather than the network. The information may also be useful to Cisco support personnel.

Regardless of the severity of the error—even a warning—goes into an error log. The variety of errors is large, but include such events as task traces, stack traces, memory dumps, exception frames, and so on.

Syntax

dsperr <-s1 slot> [-en <Error#>] [-tr {P | L | N}]

Syntax Description

-sl

(Mandatory) Number of the slot. The value of slot is any slot in the switch.

-en

An option that lets you specify a particular error record. You can list all the errors by using dsperr without this parameter and note the Error Num then display just that error record.

-tr

This option lets you specify 3 options for printing trace data: P, L, or N. If you do not specify a value for -tr, the trace data is printed normally.

P-Pause prompts before printing the trace data with the following message:

This section contains trace data that may span multiple pages. This data is contained in the file:

C:\LOG\slot09\error08.log

You can ftp this file to a workstation for further analysis

Do you want to view this data now [Yes/No]?

L-Lists all of the trace data file names, for example:

C:\LOG\slot09\error08.log

C:\LOG\slot09\error07.log

C:\LOG\slot09\error06.log

C:\LOG\slot09\error09.log

N-No disables trace data printing.


Related Commands

clrerr, dsplog, dsplogs

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display errors for slot 7. Two Err Nums appear—7763 and 7762.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dsperr -sl 7

Error Log for Slot 07:Error Num 7763 
    Firmware version:003.000.200.108-A_swtool Product Id:8850 
    Timestamp:04/17/2002-17:40:16 Node name:p2spvc21 
Section Number 0:
Event Logged:
 07I00135 04/17/2002-17:40:15 NCDT-4-GENERAL_INFO 
 E:07763 pnCcb      ncdp_goActive 
 ncdp_goActive ncdpBestClk Id and 
         ncdpSecBestClkId are being populated 
  

Section Number 1:
Stack Trace:
0x80998a74 ccb_proot_msg_hdlr       +114:ncdp_goActive+0() 
0x80b7d090 ncdp_goActive            +1ec:ssiEventDispFunc+0() 
0x8019ba60 ssiEventDispFunc         +220:ssiEventMsgReport+0() 
0x8019bd30 ssiEventMsgReport        +290:ssiStackTrace+0() 
0 
-------------- 

Error Log for Slot 07:Error Num 7762 
    Firmware version:003.000.200.108-A_swtool Product Id:8850 
    Timestamp:04/17/2002-17:38:57 Node name:p2spvc21 
Section Number 0:
Event Logged:
 07I00068 04/17/2002-17:38:57  MIB-7-NOENTPHYSINDEX 
 E:07762 tmon       entityPhysicalIndexGet 
entityPhysicalIndexGet:entPhysicalIndex not found for Subclass 11 Container 2 Unit number 
1
  

Section Number 1:
Stack Trace:
0x802b24b8 monMain                  +11c:asmMonitor+0() 
0x802c4248 asmMonitor               +508:asmCheckDCLevel+0() 
0x802c5b00 asmCheckDCLevel          +810:asmUnitAlarmTrap+0() 
0x802c8dc0 asmUnitAlarmTrap         +1dc:entityPhysicalIndexGet+0() 
0x804a36d0 entityPhysicalIndexGet   +054:ssiEventDispFunc+0() 
0x8019ba60 ssiEventDispFunc         +220:ssiEventMsgReport+0() 
0x8019bd30 ssiEventMsgReport        +290:ssiStackTrace+0() 

--------------

dsperrhist

Display Error History—PXM45, PXM1E

The display consists of the following for each record in the history file:

A number for the entry in the error history file

An event number in hexadecimal format

An event name—a few words that describe the error (such as the severity or affected area)

A time stamp

The maximum number of entries in the history for a slot is 10. When the 11th error is logged, the switch deletes the oldest entry. Alternatively, you can clear the error history by executing clrerrhist.

If no entries exist in the history, the system returns the message, Nothing is logged.

Syntax

dsperrhist [slot]

Syntax Description

slot

Number of the slot—any slot in the switch. If you do not enter a slot number, the system displays the error history on the active PXM.


Related Commands

clrerrhist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the error history for the current PXM45. This PXM45 resides in slot 8.

jdlenoir.8.PXM.a > dsperrhist

Log of Errors and Failures (Slot 8):

Entry#--Event#---EventName-------------------------------TimeStamp-----------
General:
01      0x5006   CBC(Slave) Non-Fatal Minor              11/21/2000-17:55:49
02      0x5006   CBC(Slave) Non-Fatal Minor              11/21/2000-17:57:36
03      0x5006   CBC(Slave) Non-Fatal Minor              11/21/2000-18:22:47
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Display the error history for the AXSM in slot 6.

scott.8.PXM.a > dsperrhist 6

Log of Errors and Failures (Slot 6):

Entry#--Event#---EventName-------------------------------TimeStamp-----------
General:
01      0x0005   SHM_CDF_DISCOVER_TMR_POP                11/21/2000-13:49:47
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Display the error history for the AXSM in slot 1.

pop20two.7.PXM.a > dsperrhist 1

Log of Errors and Failures (Slot 1):

Entry#--Event#---EventName-------------------------------TimeStamp-----------
General:
01      0x0005   SHM_CDF_DISCOVER_TMR_POP                11/29/2000-16:45:18
02      0x0001   SHM_CDF_INVALID_SW_ID                   11/29/2000-16:45:48
03      0x0002   SHM_CDF_SW_DNLD_FAILED                  11/29/2000-16:51:17
04      0x0005   SHM_CDF_DISCOVER_TMR_POP                12/26/2000-16:23:19
Hardware Alarm:
01      0x5000   Humvee Non-Fatal Minor                  12/18/2000-16:48:36
02      0x5000   Humvee Non-Fatal Minor                  12/18/2000-16:49:11
03      0x5000   Humvee Non-Fatal Minor                  12/18/2000-16:49:38
04      0x5000   Humvee Non-Fatal Minor                  12/18/2000-16:54:31
05      0x5000   Humvee Non-Fatal Minor                  12/26/2000-16:16:34
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

dspetherif

Display Ethernet Interface—PXM45, PXM1E (init state only)

The dspetherif command displays the Ethernet interface configuration that was created by the cnfetherif command. Both of these commands are available only when the PXM is in the init state.

Syntax

dspetherif

Syntax Description

This command has no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfetherif

Attributes

Log: no

State: init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current init-state Ethernet interface.

scott.8.PXM.i > dspetherif
scott                          System Rev:03.00   Sep. 20, 2002 12:49:26 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm:MINOR
ETHERNET IP INTERFACE CONFIGURATION
--------------------------------------------------------------------
lnPci (unit number 0):
     Flags:(0x63) UP BROADCAST ARP RUNNING 
     Type:ETHERNET_CSMACD
     Internet address:177.29.19.66
     Broadcast address:177.29.19.255
     Netmask 0xffff0000 Subnetmask 0xffffff00
     Ethernet address is 00:30:94:09:f3:ab
     Metric is 0
     Maximum Transfer Unit size is 1500
     342500 packets received; 281994 packets sent
     60401 multicast packets received
     282 multicast packets sent
     0 input errors; 0 output errors
     0 collisions; 0 dropped
     DISK IP address:177.29.19.66

scott.8.PXM.i >

dspfile

Display File—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspfile command lets you display the contents of a file on the hard drive in either ASCII (plain text) or hexadecimal format.

Syntax

dspfile <filename> <-a>

Syntax Description

filename

The name of the file to display.

-a

Specify the ASCII (plain test) display of the file. Not all files can display in ASCII.


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the "version" file first in ASCII then in hexadecimal format. This file is very small.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspfile version -a
BOOTFILE=pxm1e_003.000.000.000-D_mgx.fw
Unknown.8.PXM.a > 
Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspfile version

42 4f 4f 54 46 49 4c 45 3d 70 78 6d 31 65 5f 30 
30 33 2e 30 30 30 2e 30 30 30 2e 30 30 30 2d 44 
5f 6d 67 78 2e 66 77 

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dspfltset

Display Filter Set—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays a specific ATM filter set or a summary of ATM filter sets.

Syntax

dspfltset [-name <...>]

Syntax Description

-name

If you do not type a filter set name, a summary of ATM filter sets is displayed.


Related Commands

addfltset, cnffltset, delfltset

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspfltset SanJose
FilterName: SanJose
Index: 1
Address: 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890
AddrLen: 160 bits
AddrPlan: Nsap
AccessMode: Permit
AddrList: Calling
---------------------------------------
FilterName: SanJose
Index: 2
Address: 1234567890123456789012345678901234567891
AddrLen: 160 bits
AddrPlan: Nsap
AccessMode: Deny
AddrList: Called
---------------------------------------
Output example for the command
dspfltset
Filter Number: 1
FilterName: SanJose
ScreeningDigits: 40
CgPtyAbsentAction: Permit
CdPtyAbsentAction: Deny
---------------------------------------
Filter Number: 2
FilterName: Sunnyvale
ScreeningDigits: 20
CgPtyAbsentAction: Deny
CdPtyAbsentAction: Deny
Geneva.7.PXM.a > 

dsphotstandby

Display Hot Standby—PXM1E

The dsphotstandby command shows the hot standby capability of FRSM-VHS card pairs in the switch. If no 1:1 redundant FRSM-VHS cards sets reside in the switch or if they are not capable of hot standby, the dsphotstandby shows nothing.


Note Even if the dspcd or dspcds command shows that a pair of FRSM-VHS cards have hot standby capability, Cisco Systems recommends that you not count on this capability (and switch over the cards) unless the dsphotstandby display shows hot standby capability.


Syntax

dsphotstandby

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspcds, dspcd

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the presence of hot standby capability on the switch. In this case, none exists.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsphotstandby

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a >

Repeat on another switch.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dsphotstandby
Slot  9 :Primary Active SM.
Slot 10 :Secondary SM in HOT STANDBY state.

dspilmi

Display ILMI—PXM1E

Display the configuration for the integrated local management interface (ILMI) on a specific port. The information in the dspilmi output was configured through the cnfilmi command.

Syntax

dspilmi <ifNum> <partId>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for logical interface is 1-31.

partId

The range for partition identifier is 1-20.


Related Commands

cnfilmi, dspilmis, dspilmicnt, clrilmicnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display ILMI information for logical interface 1, resource partition 1.

pinnacle3.7.PXM1E.a > dspilmi 1 1

    Sig. rsrc  Ilmi  Sig  Sig Ilmi  S:Keepalive T:conPoll K:conPoll
    Port Part State  Vpi  Vci Trap  Interval    Interval  InactiveFactor
    ---- ----  ---- ---- ---- --- ------------  ---------- ----------
    1    1      Off    0   16 On             	 1          5          4

dspilmiaddr

Display ILMI Address—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspilmiaddr command lets you display the ATM addresses registered by the peer via the ILMI address registration mechanism.

Syntax

dspilmiaddr <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port. However, dspilmiaddr does not apply to NBSMs.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

cnfilmienable, cnfilmiproto, dsppnilmi, pntraceilmi

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the ILMI address on port 3:2.2:4.

8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspilmiaddr 3:2.2:4

INFO: No ilmi address registered

dspilmicnt

Display ILMI Counters—PXM1E

Displays the ILMI counters for a particular resource partition on a particular logical port.

Syntax

dspilmicnt <ifNum> <partId>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for logical interface is 1-31.

partId

The range for partition identifier is 1-20.


Related Commands

cnfilmi, dspilmi, dspilmis, clrilmicnt, dnilmi, upilmi

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the ILMI counters for logical port 29 on partition 1.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dspilmicnt 29 1
If Number                   : 29 
Partition Id                : 1 
SNMP Pdu Received           : 1337785 
GetRequest Received         : 790625 
GetNext Request Received    : 0 
SetRequest Received         : 0 
Cold Start Trap Received    : 0 
GetResponse Received        : 547160 
GetResponse Transmitted     : 790625 
GetRequest Transmitted      : 547160 
Cold Start Trap Transmitted : 1 
VPC Trap Transmitted        : 0 
VCC Trap Transmitted        : 0 
Unknown Type Received       : 0 
ASN1 Pdu Parse Error        : 0 
No Such Name Error          : 0 
Pdu Too Big Error           : 0 

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a >

dspilmis

Display ILMI Configurations—PXM1E

The dspilmis command lets you display the configuration of all integrated local management interfaces (ILMIs) on the service module.

Syntax

dspilmis

Related Commands

cnfilmi, dspilmi, dspilmicnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display all ILMIs on the current service module.

pop20two.7.PXM1E.a > dspilmis

    Sig. rsrc  Ilmi  Sig  Sig Ilmi  S:Keepalive T:conPoll K:conPoll
    Port Part State  Vpi  Vci Trap  Interval    Interval  InactiveFactor
    ---- ----  ---- ---- ---- --- ------------  ---------- ----------
    1    2    On     0    16    On          1          5          4
    2    2   Off     0    16    On          1          5          4
    3    2   Off     0    16    On          1          5          4

pop20two.7.PXM1E.a >

dspimagrp

Display IMA Group—PXM1E

Displays the following configuration and operational information for an IMA group.

Information
Description

IMA group number

The number of the IMA group you provide to dspimagrp.

NE IMA version

The IMA version at the near end (was specified by addimagrp).

Group symmetry

The group symmetry mode adjusted during the group start-up.

Minimum links in TX direction

The minimum number of links that must be active on the transmit side for the IMA group to be operational.

Minimum links in RX direction

The minimum number of links that must be active on the receive side for the IMA group to operational.

NE TX clock mode

The transmit clocking mode used by the near-end IMA group.

FE TX clock mode

The transmit clocking mode used by the far-end IMA group.

TX Frame length

The frame length used by the IMA group in the transmit direction.

RX Frame length

The frame length used by the IMA group in the receive direction.

Group GTSM

The current state of the IMA group (the GTSM state).

NE group state

The state of the near-end IMA group. For example: start-up state.

FE group state

The state of the far-end IMA group. For example: start-up state.

Group failure status

Could be near end state is unknown, failed, start-up, etc.

TX IMA ID

The IMA ID currently in use by the near-end IMA function.

RX IMA ID

The IMA ID currently in use by the far-end IMA function.

Max cell rate

The maximum number of cells per second for this IMA group.

Avail cell rate

The amount of bandwidth in cells per second available to this group.

Differential delay maximum

The maximum number of milliseconds of differential delay among the links that are tolerated on this interface.

Diff delay maximum observed

The latest maximum differential delay (in milliseconds) observed between the links having the least and most link propagation delay, among the receive links currently configured in the IMA group.

Accumulated delay

The accumulated delay for the current IMA group in milliseconds.

GTSM up integration time

Integration UP time for alarm integration. Persisting checking time to enter a failure alarm condition, in case of LIF,LODS,RFI-IMA fault failure alarms. Units of measure are milliseconds.

GTSM down integration time

Integration DOWN time for alarm integration. Persisting clearing time to exit the LIF,LODS,RFI-IMA failure alarm conditions. Units of measure are milliseconds.

Number TX configured links

The number of transmit links that are configured in this IMA group.

Number RX configured link

The number of receive links that are configured in this IMA group.

Number of active TX links

The number of transmit links that are active in this IMA group.

Number of actual RX links

The number of receive links that are active in this IMA group.

Least delay link

The ifIndex of the link configured in the IMA group that has the smallest link propagation delay. A value of zero may appear if no link has been configured in the IMA group or if the link with the smallest link propagation delay has not yet been determined.

Tx timing reference link

The ifIndex of the transmit timing reference link used by the near-end for IMA data cell clock recovery from the ATM layer. A value of zero may appear if no link has been configured in the group or if the transmit timing reference link has not yet been selected.

Rx timing reference link

The ifIndex of the receive timing reference link used by the near-end for IMA data cell clock recovery toward the ATM layer. A value of zero may appear if no link has been configured in the group or if the receive timing reference link has not yet been selected.

Group running seconds

The number of seconds the local IMA group has been running.

Alpha value

This is the "alpha" value used to specify the number of consecutive invalid ICP cells to be detected before moving to the IMA Hunt state from the IMA Sync state.

Beta value

This is the "beta" value used to specify the number of consecutive errored ICP cells to be detected before moving to the IMA Hunt state from the IMA Sync state.

Gamma value

This is the "gamma" value used to specify the number of consecutive valid ICP cells to be detected before moving to the IMA Sync state from the IMA PreSync state.

TX OAM label

IMA OAM Label value transmitted by the near-end IMA unit.

RX OAM label

IMA OAM Label value transmitted by the far-end IMA unit. A 0 likely means that the IMA unit has not yet received an OAM label from the far-end IMA unit.

Test pattern procedure status

The current link test procedure status—enabled or disabled,
for example.

Test link

The current link under test

Test pattern

The current link test pattern


Syntax

dspimagrp <group>

Syntax Description

group

The group identifier consists of a bay number as well as a group number in the format bay.group, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

group: 1-16


Related Commands

addimagrp, delimagrp, dspimagrpcnt, dspimagrps, cnfimagrp, rstimagrp, dspimalnk, addimalnk, delimalnk

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display all groups: all are still starting up. Display the configuration and other details for IMA group 1.

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimagrps
Ima  Min  Tx   Rx   Tx   Diff                NE-IMA                  FE-IMA  IMA
Grp  Lnks Frm  Frm  Clk  Delay                state                   state  Ver
          Len  Len  Mode (ms)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2.1   1  128   32  CTC  275                 StartUp                StartUp  1.0
 2.2   1  128   32  CTC  275                 StartUp                StartUp  1.0

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimagrp 2.1
    Group Number                    : 2.1
    NE IMA Version                  : Version 1.0
    Group Symmetry                  : Symm  Operation
    Tx Min Num Links                : 1
    Rx Min Num Links                : 1
    NE TX Clk Mode                  : CTC
    FE TX Clk Mode                  : CTC
    Tx Frame Len                    : 128
    Rx Frame Len                    : 32
    Group GTSM                      : Down
    NE Group State                  : StartUp
    FE Group State                  : StartUp
    Group Failure Status            : StartUp Ne
    Tx Ima Id                       : 1
    Rx Ima Id                       : 0
    Max Cell Rate (c/s)             : 14367
    Avail Cell Rate (c/s)           : 0
    Diff Delay Max  (msecs)         : 275
    Diff Delay Max Observed (msecs) : 0
    Accumulated Delay (msec)        : 0
    GTSM Up Integ time(msec)        : 10000
    GTSM Dn Integ time(msec)        : 2500
    Num Tx Cfg Links                : 4
    Num Rx Cfg Links                : 4
    Num Act Tx  Links               : 0
    Num Act Rx  Links               : 0
    Least Delay Link                : Unknown
    Tx Timing Ref Link              : 2.12
    Rx Timing Ref Link              : Unknown
    Group Running Secs              : 0
    Alpha Val                       : 2
    Beta Val                        : 2
    Gamma Val                       : 1
    Tx OAM Label                    : 1
    Rx OAM Label                    : 0
    Test Pattern Procedure Status   : Disabled
    Test Link                       : Unknown
    Test Pattern                    : 255

Display all IMA groups, then display details about group 1. These groups are operational.

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimagrps
Ima  Min  Tx   Rx   Tx   Diff                NE-IMA                  FE-IMA  IMA
Grp  Lnks Frm  Frm  Clk  Delay                state                   state  Ver
          Len  Len  Mode (ms)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2.1   2  128  128  CTC  275             Operational            Operational  1.1
 2.2   2  128  128  CTC  275             Operational            Operational  1.0
 2.3   2  128  128  CTC  275             Operational            Operational  1.1

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimagrp 2.1
    Group Number                    : 2.1
    NE IMA Version                  : Version 1.1
    Group Symmetry                  : Symm  Operation
    Tx Min Num Links                : 2
    Rx Min Num Links                : 2
    NE TX Clk Mode                  : CTC
    FE TX Clk Mode                  : CTC
    Tx Frame Len                    : 128
    Rx Frame Len                    : 128
    Group GTSM                      : Up
    NE Group State                  : Operational
    FE Group State                  : Operational
    Group Failure Status            : No Failure
    Tx Ima Id                       : 100
    Rx Ima Id                       : 21
    Max Cell Rate (c/s)             : 7183
    Avail Cell Rate (c/s)           : 7183
    Diff Delay Max  (msecs)         : 275
    Diff Delay Max Observed (msecs) : 0
    Accumulated Delay (msec)        : 0
    GTSM Up Integ time(msec)        : 10000
    GTSM Dn Integ time(msec)        : 2500
    Num Tx Cfg Links                : 2
    Num Rx Cfg Links                : 2
    Num Act Tx  Links               : 2
    Num Act Rx  Links               : 2
    Least Delay Link                : 2.2
    Tx Timing Ref Link              : 2.1
    Rx Timing Ref Link              : 2.1
    Group Running Secs              : 60721
    Alpha Val                       : 2
    Beta Val                        : 2
    Gamma Val                       : 1
    Tx OAM Label                    : 3
    Rx OAM Label                    : 3
    Test Pattern Procedure Status   : Disabled
    Test Link                       : Unknown
    Test Pattern                    : 255
    
PXM1E-IMA-226.7.PXM.a >

dspimagrpalm

Display IMA Group Alarm—PXM1E

Displays alarm information for an IMA group.

Syntax

dspimagrpalm <group>

Syntax Description

group

The group identifier consists of a bay number as well as a group number in the format bay.group, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

group: 1-16


Related Commands

dspimagrpalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the alarms for IMA group 1.

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimagrpalm 2.1
    
Group Number               : 2.1
Alarm State                : StartUp Ne

dspimagrpalms

Display IMA Group Alarms—PXM1E

This command displays the alarm states for all IMA groups.

Syntax

dspimagrpalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspimagrpalm

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display alarms for all IMA groups:

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimagrpalms
    
Group  Number                 : 2.1
Alarm  State                  : StartUp Ne
    
Group  Number                 : 2.2
Alarm  State                  : StartUp Ne

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > 

dspimagrpbucketcnt

Display IMA Group Bucket Count—PXM1E

Displays the cell count in the policing bucket for the specified IMA group at a specified interval.

Syntax

dspimagrpbucketcnt <group> <intvl>

Syntax Description

group

The group identifier consists of a bay number as well as a group number in the format bay.group, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

group: 1-16

intvl

The time interval to display has a range of 0-96. This value represents a particular 15-minute interval, starting with the current 15-minute interval. The current period is specified by an intvl of 0, The most recent interval is specified by an intvl of 1, and so on to a maximum of 96 previous 15-minute intervals—a 24 hour period.


Related Commands

clrimagrpalmcnt, clrimagrpalmcnts, clrimagrpcnts, clrimalnkcnts, dspimagrpalmcnt, dspimalnkbucketcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display IMA group 1 with an interval of 1.

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimagrpbucketcnt 2.1 1
  Group Number              : 2.1       
  Interval Number           : 1         

  Unavailable Seconds       :        900
  Near End Failures         :          0
  Far End Failures          :          0


MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a >

dspimagrpcnt

Display IMA Group Counters—PXM1E

This command displays the performance and statistics counter information for an IMA group: See the output examples in the Example section.

Syntax

dspimagrpcnt <group> <intvl>

Syntax Description

group

The group identifier consists of a bay number as well as a group number in the format bay.group, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

group: 1-16

intvl

The time interval to display has a range of 0-96. Each intvl represents a particular 15-minute interval, starting with the current 15-minute interval. The current period is specified by an intvl of 0, The most recent interval is specified by an intvl of 1, and so on to a maximum of 96 previous 15-minute intervals—a 24 hour period.


Related Commands

clrimagrpcnts

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

For IMA group 1, display the counters for the most recent 15-minute interval then the 15-minute interval 1 day ago.

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a.a > dspimagrpcnt 2.1 1
Ima Group         : 2.1
Interval          : 1
                            Ingress           Egress
CLP0 Cells                 : 0                  0
CLP1 Cells                 : 0                  0
Valid OAM Cells            : 0                  0
Err OAM Cells              : 0                  0
Rcv Valid RM Cells         : 0                  0
Invalid VPI/VCI/PTI Cells  : 0
Rcv Idle Cells             : 0
Non-zero GFC Cells         : 0
Last Unknown VPI           : 506
Last Unknown VCI           : 47833
Discard HecErr Cells       : 0
Corrected HecErr Cells     : 0

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimagrpcnt 2.1 96 
Ima Group         : 2.1
Interval          : 96
                            Ingress           Egress
CLP0 Cells                 : 0                  900
CLP1 Cells                 : 0                  0
Valid OAM Cells            : 0                  900
Err OAM Cells              : 0                  0
Rcv Valid RM Cells         : 0                  0
Invalid VPI/VCI/PTI Cells  : 0
Rcv Idle Cells             : 0
Non-zero GFC Cells         : 0
Last Unknown VPI           : 0
Last Unknown VCI           : 0
Discard HecErr Cells       : 0
Corrected HecErr Cells     : 0
MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > 

dspimagrps

Display IMA Groups—PXM1E

This command displays general information for all IMA groups. The information is a subset of the information displayed by the dspimagrp command.

Information
Description

IMA group number

The number of the IMA group you provide to dspimagrp.

Minimum links

The minimum number of links that must be active for the IMA group to operational.

TX Frame length

The frame length used by the IMA group in the transmit direction.

RX Frame length

The frame length used by the IMA group in the receive direction.

Clock mode

The clocking mode used by the near-end IMA group.

Differential delay maximum

The maximum number of milliseconds of differential delay among the links that are tolerated on this interface.

NE IMA state

The state of the near-end IMA group. For example: start-up state.

FE IMA state

The state of the far-end IMA group. For example: start-up state.


Syntax

dspimagrps

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspimagrp

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all IMA groups. These groups are operational.

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimagrps
Ima  Min  Tx   Rx   Tx   Diff                NE-IMA                  FE-IMA  IMA
Grp  Lnks Frm  Frm  Clk  Delay                state                   state  Ver
          Len  Len  Mode (ms)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2.1   2  128  128  CTC  275             Operational            Operational  1.1
 2.2   2  128  128  CTC  275             Operational            Operational  1.0
 2.3   2  128  128  CTC  275             Operational            Operational  1.1

dspimalnk

Display IMA Link—PXM1E

This command displays the following configuration information for an IMA link:

Information
Description

IMA Link Number

This number corresponds to the "ifIndex" of the MIB-II interface on which this link is established. This object also corresponds to the logical number ('ifIndex') assigned to this IMA link.

IMA Link Group Number

This value identifies the IMA group of which this link is a member.

Link Rel Delay

The latest measured delay on this link relative to the link, in the same IMA group, with the least delay.

Link Ne Tx State

The current state of the near-end transmit link

Link Ne Rx State

The current state of the near-end receive link.

Link Fe Tx State

The current state of the far-end transmit link as reported via ICP cells.

Link Fe Rx State

The current state of the far-end receive link as reported via ICP cells.

Link Ne Rx Failure Status

The current link failure status of the near-end receive link.

Link Fe Rx Failure Status

The current link failure status of the far-end receive link as reported via ICP cells.

IMA Link Tx Lid

The outgoing LID used currently on the link by the local end. This value has meaning only if the link belongs to an IMA group.

IMA Link Rx Lid

The incoming LID currently used on the link by the remote end as reported via ICP cells. This value has meaning only if the link belongs to an IMA group.

Link Rx Test Pattern

This object identifies the test pattern received in the ICP Cell (octet 17) on the link during the IMA Test Pattern Procedure. This value can be compared to the transmitted test pattern.

Link Test Proc Status

This value indicates the current state of the Test Pattern Procedure:

Disabled: the test is not running

Operating: the test is running, and no error has been found on this interface.

Linkfail: an error has been detected on this link during the test.


Syntax

dspimalnk <link>

Syntax Description

link

The link identifier consists of a bay number as well as a link number in the format bay.link, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

link: 1-16


Related Commands

addimalnk, delimalnk

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the configuration information for IMA link number 1.

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspimalnk 2.1
  IMA Link Number                  : 2.1
  IMA Link Group Number            : 2.1
  LinkRelDelay (msec)              : 0
  LinkNeTxState                    : Unusable
  LinkNeRxState                    : Unusable
  LinkFeTxState                    : Unusable
  LinkFeRxState                    : Unusable
  LinkNeRxFailureStatus            : Lif Fail
  LinkFeRxFailureStatus            : Link Fail
  ImaLink TxLid                    : 0      
  ImaLink RxLid                    : 0      
  LinkRxTestPattern                : 255
  LinkTestProcStatus               : Disabled

Display all links (different switch), then display link 1.

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimalnks
Link   Grp   Rel            Ne               Ne               NeRx    Tx   Rx
Num    Num   Dly            Tx               Rx               Fail   Lid  Lid
            (ms)           State            State           Status
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2.1   2.1     0            Active           Active      No Failure    0    0
 2.2   2.1     0            Active           Active      No Failure    1    1
 2.3   2.3     0            Active           Active      No Failure    2    2
 2.4   2.3     0            Active           Active      No Failure    3    3
 2.5   2.2     0            Active           Active      No Failure    4    0
 2.6   2.2     0            Active           Active      No Failure    5    1
 2.7   2.2     0            Active           Active      No Failure    6    2

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimalnk 2.1
  IMA Link Number                  : 2.1
  IMA Link Group Number            : 2.1
  LinkRelDelay (msec)              : 0
  LinkNeTxState                    : Active
  LinkNeRxState                    : Active
  LinkFeTxState                    : Active
  LinkFeRxState                    : Active
  LinkNeRxFailureStatus            : No Failure
  LinkFeRxFailureStatus            : No Failure
  ImaLink TxLid                    : 0      
  ImaLink RxLid                    : 0      
  LinkRxTestPattern                : 255
  LinkTestProcStatus               : Disabled

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > 

dspimalnkalm

Display IMA Link Alarm—PXM1E

This command displays the alarm state of an IMA link.

Information
Description

Link Number

IMA link number

Alarm State

IMA link alarm information


Syntax

dspimalnkalm <link>

Syntax Description

link

The link identifier consists of a bay number as well as a link number in the format bay.link, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

link: 1-16


Related Commands

dspimalnkalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display alarms for link 1.

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspimalnkalm 2.1
Link  Number           : 2.1
Alarm State            : Lif Fail

dspimalnkalms

Display IMA Link Alarms—PXM1E

Displays the alarms states of all IMA links.

Information
Description

Link Number

IMA link number

Alarm State

IMA link alarm information


Syntax

dspimalnkalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspimalnkalm

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all IMA link alarms:

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspimalnkalms
Link  Number           : 2.1
Alarm State            : Lif Fail
  
Link  Number           : 2.2
Alarm State            : Lif Fail
  
Link  Number           : 2.3
Alarm State            : Lif Fail
  
Link  Number           : 2.4
Alarm State            : Lif Fail

dspimalnkbucketcnt

Display IMA Link Bucket Count—PXM1E

Displays the cell count in the policing bucket for the specified IMA link at a specified interval.

Syntax

dspimalnkbucketcnt <link> <intvl>

Syntax Description

link

The link identifier consists of a bay number as well as a link number in the format bay.link, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

link: 1-16

intvl

The time interval to display has a range of 0-96. This value represents a particular 15-minute interval, starting with the current 15-minute interval. The current period is specified by an intvl of 0, The most recent interval is specified by an intvl of 1, and so on to a maximum of 96 previous 15-minute intervals—a 24 hour period.


Related Commands

clrimagrpalmcnt, clrimagrpalmcnts, clrimagrpcnts, clrimalnkcnts, dspimagrpalmcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspimalnkbucketcnt 2.1 1
  Link Number               : 2.1       
  Interval Number           : 1         

                              Near End           Far End
  SESs                      : 0                  0
  Unavailable Seconds       : 900                900
  Tx Unusable Seconds       : 900                900
  Rx Unusable Seconds       : 900                900
  Tx Stuffs                 : 1592           
  Rx Stuffs                 : 0              
  IMA Violations            : 0              

OIF Anomalies : 0

dspimalnkcnt

Display IMA Link Counters—PXM1E

This command displays the following performance and statistics counter information for an IMA link:

Information
Description

IMA Link Number

The number that identifies the IMA link.

IMA Group Number

The number that identifies the IMA group.

IMA Link Violations

The count of errored, invalid, or missing ICP cells, except during SES-IMA or UAS-IMA conditions.

IMA Link OIF Anomalies

The number of OIF anomalies, except during SES-IMA or UAS-IMA conditions, at the near-end. This value is optional.

IMA Link NE SES

The count of 1-second intervals containing less than 30 percent of the ICP cells counted as IV-IMAs, or one or more link defects (such as LOS, OOF/LOF, AIS, LIF, LODS, or LCD) except during UAS-IMA condition.

IMA Link FE SES

The count of one-second intervals containing one or more RDI-IMA defects, except during UAS-IMA-FE condition.

IMA Link NE UnavSec

The count of unavailable seconds at the near-end. Unavailability begins at the onset of 10 contiguous SES-IMA and ends at the onset of 10 contiguous seconds of no SES-IMA.

IMA Link FE UnavSec

The count of unavailable seconds at the far-end. Unavailability begins at the onset of 10 contiguous SES-IMA-FE and ends at the onset of 10 contiguous seconds with no SES-IMA-FE.

IMA Link NE Tx UnusSec

The count of unusable seconds for transmitting at the near-end Tx LSM.

IMA Link NE Rx UnusSec

The count of unusable seconds for receiving at the near-end Rx LSM.

IMA Link FE Tx UnusSec

The count of seconds with unusable indications for transmitting from the far-end Tx LSM.

IMA Link FE Rx UnusSec

The count of seconds with unusable indications for receiving from the far-end Rx LSM.

IMA Link NE Tx Num Fail

The number of times a near-end transmit failure alarm condition has been entered on this link.

IMA Link NE Rx Num Fail

The number of times a near-end receive failure alarm condition has occurred on this link.

IMA Link FE Tx Num Fail

The number of times a far-end transmit failure alarm condition has occurred on this link.

IMA Link FE Rx Num Fail

The number of times a far-end receive failure alarm condition has occurred on this link.

IMA Link Tx Stuffs

The count of stuffed events inserted in the transmit direction. This item is optional.

IMA Link Rx Stuffs

The count of stuffed events detected in the receive direction. This item is optional.

IMA Link Rx Error Free ICP Cells

The number of ICP cells received with no errors.


Syntax

dspimalnkcnt <link>

Syntax Description

link

The link identifier consists of a bay number as well as a link number in the format bay.link, as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

link: 1-16


Related Commands

dspimalnk

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspimalnkcnt 2.2
   IMA Link Number                  : 2.2
   IMA Group Number                 : 2.2
   IMA Link Violations              : 0
   IMA Link OIF Anomalies           : 0
   IMA Link NE SES                  : 0
   IMA Link FE SES                  : 0
   IMA Link NE UnavSec              : 0
   IMA Link FE UnavSec              : 0
   IMA Link NE Tx UnusSec           : 0
   IMA Link NE Rx UnusSec           : 0
   IMA Link FE Tx UnusSec           : 0
   IMA Link FE Rx UnusSec           : 0
   IMA Link NE Tx Num Fail          : 0
   IMA Link NE Rx Num Fail          : 0
   IMA Link FE Tx Num Fail          : 0
   IMA Link FE Rx Num Fail          : 0
   IMA Link Tx Stuffs               : 2059
   IMA Link Rx Stuffs               : 2059
   IMA Link Rx Error Free ICP cells : 0

dspimalnks

Display IMA Links—PXM1E

Displays the following configuration information for IMA links.

Information
Description

Link number

The number of the link: it corresponds to the "ifIndex" of the MIB-II interface on which this link is established. This object also corresponds to the logical number ('ifIndex') assigned to this IMA link.

Group number

The number of the IMA group to which this link belongs.

Link Rel Delay

The latest measured delay on this link relative to the link in this group with the least delay.

Ne Tx State

The current state of the near-end transmit link

Ne Rx State

The current state of the near-end receive link.

Ne Rx Failure Status

The current link failure status of the near-end receive link.

Tx Lid

The outgoing LID used currently on the link by the local end. This value has meaning only if the link belongs to an IMA group.

Rx Lid

The incoming LID used currently on the link by the remote end as reported through the ICP cells. This value has meaning only if the link belongs to an IMA group.


Syntax

dspimalnks

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspimalnk

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all IMA links on the current PXM1E. They are in a failed state.

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspimalnks
Link   Grp   Rel            Ne               Ne               NeRx    Tx   Rx
Num    Num   Dly            Tx               Rx               Fail   Lid  Lid
            (ms)           State            State           Status
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2.9   2.1     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail    8  255
2.10   2.1     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail    9  255
2.11   2.1     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail   10  255
2.12   2.1     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail   11  255
2.13   2.2     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail   12  255
2.14   2.2     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail   13  255
2.15   2.2     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail   14  255
2.16   2.2     0   Unusable-Failed       Not In Grp        Lif Fail   15  255

Display all IMA links on the current PXM1E (different switch). All links are active and have no failures. Display link 2.1.

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimalnks
Link   Grp   Rel            Ne               Ne               NeRx    Tx   Rx
Num    Num   Dly            Tx               Rx               Fail   Lid  Lid
            (ms)           State            State           Status
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2.1   2.1     0            Active           Active      No Failure    0    0
 2.2   2.1     0            Active           Active      No Failure    1    1
 2.3   2.3     0            Active           Active      No Failure    2    2
 2.4   2.3     0            Active           Active      No Failure    3    3
 2.5   2.2     0            Active           Active      No Failure    4    0
 2.6   2.2     0            Active           Active      No Failure    5    1
 2.7   2.2     0            Active           Active      No Failure    6    2

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > dspimalnk 2.1
  IMA Link Number                  : 2.1
  IMA Link Group Number            : 2.1
  LinkRelDelay (msec)              : 0
  LinkNeTxState                    : Active
  LinkNeRxState                    : Active
  LinkFeTxState                    : Active
  LinkFeRxState                    : Active
  LinkNeRxFailureStatus            : No Failure
  LinkFeRxFailureStatus            : No Failure
  ImaLink TxLid                    : 0      
  ImaLink RxLid                    : 0      
  LinkRxTestPattern                : 255
  LinkTestProcStatus               : Disabled

PXM1E-226.7.PXM.a > 

dspingbucketcnt

Display Ingress Bucket Counters—PXM1E

The dspingbucketcnt command displays selected statistical counters for the specified 15 minute interval (intvl) for all the lines on card.

Syntax

dspingbucketcnt <intvl>

Syntax Description

intvl

The time interval to display (0-96). 0 is the current 15-minute interval. 1 is the most recent 15-minute interval. 2 is the next most recent 15-minute interval, and so on. 96 is the oldest 15-minute interval.


Related Commands

dspegrbucketcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dspingbucketcnt 
Line        Total Cells     Total Cells
               Received       Discarded
------- --------------- ---------------
1.1                   0               0
1.2                   0               0
1.3                   0               0
1.4                   0               0
1.5                   0               0
1.6                   0               0
1.7                   0               0
1.8                   0               0
2.1                   0               0
2.2                   0               0
2.3                   0               0
2.4                   0               0

dspintfcongcntr

Display Interface Congestion Counters—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspintfcongcntr command displays the congestion thresholds for a port. This command cannot be used if the interface is in PROVISIONING state or if the interface ("IF" in the display) is down.

Syntax

dspintfcongcntr <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

dspintfcongth, cnfintfcongth

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: SUPER_GP


Examples

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspintfcongcntr 11:2.2:22
Parameter             Value         thresh1 thresh2
============================================================
setupRx                   0           140     180
unackstatenq              0            40     100

Parameter             Value          Mild     Medium   Severe
============================================================
vsiqdepth                 0             5      10      20

Geneva.7.PXM.a >

Note: vsiqdepth is the depth of the VSI queue for the slave that serves the interface identified by portid, and this is displayed as the percentage of VSI communication window size.

dspintfcongflags

Display Interface Congestion Flags—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspintfcongflags command displays various congestion detection and action flags for a PNNI.

Syntax

dspintfcongflags <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

dspnodalcongflag

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: SUPER_GP


Example

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspintfcongflags 4:1.1:1

Parameter                 Value 
===================================
vsimildcongflg            FALSE
vsimedcongflg             FALSE
vsiseverecongflg          FALSE
setupflg                  FALSE
unackstatenqcongflg       FALSE
Congestion Action Flags for Interface:1.4

Parameter                 Value  
===================================
dropsetupflg              FALSE
dropestabflg              FALSE
queuerel                  FALSE
markcallsforrelflag       FALSE
pacevsiresyncflg          FALSE
pacestatenqflg            FALSE
speedjournalflg           FALSE
pacepnniroutecalflg       FALSE
lowersetupthflg           FALSE
SAPI Action Severe        TRUE
SAPI Action Medium        TRUE

dspintfcongth

Display Interface Congestion Thresholds—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspintfcongth command display the congestion thresholds for a port.

Syntax

dspintfcongth <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

cnfintfcongth

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

svcpop1.1.PXM.a > dspintfcongth 10:1.1:1 

 Congestion Thresholds for port : 10:1.1:1 

 Parameter            Value        unit 
 ---------            -----        ---- 
 setuphi              90           cps 
 unackedStatEnqLo     40           messages 
 unackedStatEnqHi     100          messages 

Geneva.7.PXM.a > 

dspipconntask

Display IP Connectivity Task—PXM45, PXM1E

Display the current state of the IP connectivity task. As a part of a troubleshooting regimen, the dspipconntask command can help you isolate a problem related to IP connectivity.

Syntax

dspipconntask

Related Commands

ipifconfig, dspipif, dspipifcache, setipconndebug

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the task information IP connection on the PXM45. Note that the Task Debug Level can be modified through the setipconndebug command.

MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspipconntask

IP CONNECTIVITY TASK INFORMATION
----------------------------------------------------------
Task State:                  ACTIVE
Card State:                  READY
Task Id:                     0x10010
Subtask Id:                  0x1005c
Disk API State:              OK
SyncRam API State:           OK
Task SyncRam State:          UPDATE
Task Disk Update Bitmap:
    Device Table:     0  0  0  
Task SyncRam Update Bitmap:
    Disk:             0  0  0  
    IO Links:         0  0  0  
    Interface Cache:  0  0  0  
    BootChange Sync:  0  0  0  
Task Debug Level:            0x1
Task Logging To:             Event Log
M8850_LA.7.PXM.a > 

dspipif

Display IP Interface Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

Display configuration and other information for either one or all IP interfaces on the current PXM45. If you request all interfaces by entering dspipif with no parameters, the display shows information for all interface types. The displayed information comes from the current state of the interface and the configuration specified through ipifconfig. The information consists of the:

Configuration (see ipifconfig for descriptions).

Operational state.

Statistics (including transmitted and received packets and errors).

Syntax

dspipif [interface]

Syntax Description

interface

(Optional) An alphanumeric string that identifies a type of interface for display.Without this parameter, the system displays the configuration state of all interface types. The choices for interface are as follows:

lnPci0 specifies the Ethernet interface (the default on power-up).

atm0 specifies the ATM interface.

sl0 specifies the SLIP interface


Related Commands

ipifconfig, dspipifcache

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display information for all IP interfaces. The output shows that no configuration exists for the ATM interface but do for Ethernet and SLIP. Note that for each interface in the current release, the "unit number" has no meaning. The Flags field for Ethernet shows that the interface is UP, a broadcast address has been configured, ARP is enabled, and that the interface is running. (See the ipifconfig description for the meaning of these parameters. The output also shows the number of packets that have crossed the Ethernet interface. Although a configuration exists for SLIP, the display shows that no packets have crossed this interface.

pinnacle.7.PXM.a > dspipif
Unknown                          System Rev: 00.00   Jan. 04, 2000 12:16:22 GMT
MGX8850                                              Shelf Alarm: NONE
IP INTERFACE CONFIGURATION
--------------------------------------------------------------------
atm (unit number 0):
     Not Configured
lnPci (unit number 0):
     Flags: (0x63) UP BROADCAST ARP RUNNING
     Internet address: 172.29.52.88
     Broadcast address: 172.29.255.255
     Netmask 0xffff0000 Subnetmask 0xffff0000
     Ethernet address is 00:00:1a:53:c8:2c
     Metric is 0
     Maximum Transfer Unit size is 1500
     265475 packets received; 18864 packets sent
     0 input errors; 0 output errors
     0 collisions
     Disk IP address: Not Configured Additional Flags: (0x0) 
sl (unit number 0):
     Flags: (0x71) UP POINT-TO-POINT ARP RUNNING
     Internet address: 0.0.0.0
     Destination Internet address: 0.0.0.0
     Netmask 0xff000000 Subnetmask 0xff000000
     Metric is 0
     Maximum Transfer Unit size is 576
     0 packets received; 0 packets sent
     0 input errors; 0 output errors
     0 collisions
     Disk IP address: 0.0.0.0 

dspipifcache

Display IP Interface Cache—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspipifcache command shows the mapping of SVCs that connect the PXM45s to workstations.

Syntax

dspipifcache [interface]

Syntax Description

interface

(Optional) The interface type. If you do not specify an interface type, the display contains cache contents for all interface types. The types are:

lnPci0 for Ethernet (the default on power-up)

atm0 for the ATM.

sl0 for SLIP


Related Commands

dspipif, ipifconfig

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the contents of the IP interface cache. The display shows that the cache currently is empty.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspipifcache
Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   May. 10, 2002 00:47:28 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
IP CONNECTIVITY INTERFACE CACHE
Interface         IpAddress       VcId    Age(Flush@120000)    Flags
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    No Entries

Unknown.8.PXM.a > 

dsplink

Display Links on a Line—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsplink command displays information about all links that are associated with a line on an SRM-3T3 or an SRME. The displayed information is as follows:

The line number on the SRM back card

The number of each virtual tributary

The row status

The slot number of the targeted service module for each tributary

The line number on the targeted service module

To see all tributaries associated with a particular slot, use the dspslotlink command.

Syntax

dsplink <slot.line>

Syntax Description

slot.line

The slot.line parameter identifies the logical slot number of the SRM and the line on the SRM back card. The possible values are as follow:

Slots:

MGX 8850 switch: 15 or 31

MGX 8830 switch: 7

Lines:

For an STM-3T3: 1-3

For an SRME: 1


Related Commands

addlink, cnflink, dellink, dspslotlink

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Display the links configured on line 1 of the SRM in logical slot 31.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dsplink 31.1
Line Num  VtNum  RowStatus  TargetSlot  TargetSlotLine FramingType
========  ====== ========== ==========  ============== ===========
  1        1        Add         21            1         Not Appl

dsplinkalm

Display Link Alarm—PXM45, PXM1E

For an SRME only, the dsplinkalm command display virtual tributary (VT) level alarms for the transmit and receive directions.

Syntax

dsplinkalm <LogicalSRMEslot.Line.Link>

Syntax Description

SRMEslot.line.link

The SRMEslot.line.link value identifies the link on an SRME. The possible values are as follow:

Slot (logical):

MGX 8850 chassis: 15 or 31

MGX 8830 chassis: 7

Line: 1

Link:

1-84 for tributary type T1

1-63 for tributary type E1


Related Commands

addlink, cnflink, dellink, dsplink, dspslotlink

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Display alarms for link 1.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dsplinkalm 15.1.1
    Link Number     :      15.1.1
    VT AlarmState   :      Rcv LOP,Rcv SizeErr

Unknown.7.PXM.a > 

dspln

Display Line—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspln command on a PXM can show the following:

Details about a line on the PXM1E UNI/NNI back card

Details about the SRM lines under control of either the PXM1E or PXM45

Syntax PXM1E

dspln -<lineType> <X.line>

Syntax Description PXM1E

-lineType

The possible line types depend on whether the line resides on the back card of a PXM1E or an SRM, as follows:

PXM1E: -sonet, -ds3, -e3, -ds1, -e1

SRM:

For an SRME, the line type is -sonet.

For an SRM-3T3, the line type is -ds3.

X.line

The X parameter identifies either of the following:

The UNI/NNI back card in bay 2 of the PXM1E

The logical slot of the SRM under the control of a PXM1E

The value for X can be one of the following:

2 identifies the uplink card attached to a PXM1E.

In an MGX 8850 chassis: 15 or 31 identifies the logical slot number of the active SRM (regardless of physical slot number).

In an MGX 8830 chassis: 7 identifies the logical slot number of the active SRM (regardless of physical slot number).

The values for line depends on the type of card. Possible values are as follows:

SRME: 1

SRM-3T3: 1-3

PXM1E back card: 1-16 (whatever is the highest line number on the card)


Syntax PXM45

dspln <-ds3 |- sonet> <slot.line>

Syntax Description PXM45

-sonet or
-ds3

For an SRME, the line type is OC3. For an SRM-3T3, the line type is DS3.

slot.line

The slot parameter refers to the logical slot of an SRM. The values for line depends on the type of SRM. Possible values are as follows:

Slot: 15, 31 (this logical slot number points to the active SRM regardless of physical slot)

Line:

SRME, 1

SRM-3T3, 1-3


Related Commands

dsplns, upln, dnln

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display E3 line 1 on the PXM1E. (Using dsplns would show that the lines are E3.)

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspln -e3 2.1
  Line Number           : 2.1
  Admin Status          : Up                Alarm Status        : Clear
  Line Type             : e3g832adm         Number of ports     : 1
  Line Coding           : e3HDB3            Number of partitions: 1
  Line Length(meters)   : 0                 Number of SPVC      : 0
  Loopback              : NoLoop            Number of SPVP      : 0
  Xmt. Clock source     : localTiming       Number of SVC       : 48456

Unknown.8.PXM.a >

Display the SONET line on the SRME in slot 15.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspln -sonet 15.1
  Line Number            : 15.1
  Admin Status           : Up
  Loopback               : NoLoop            APS enabled         : Disable
  Frame Scrambling       : Enable            RDI-V Type          : one bit
  Xmt Clock source       : loopTiming        RDI-P Type          : one bit
  Line Type              : sonetStm1         VT Type             : Vt2/Vc12
  Medium Type(SONET/SDH) : SDH               VT Mapping Type     : asynchronous
  Medium Time Elapsed    : 48                VT Framing Type     : N/A
  Medium Valid Intervals : 0                 VT Signalling Mode  : N/A
  Medium Line Type       : ShortSMF          VT Grouping Type    : Au3

Unknown.7.PXM.a >

Display the line on the SRME in logical slot 31.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspln -sonet 31.1
  Line Number            : 31.1
  Admin Status           : Down
  Loopback               : NoLoop            APS enabled         : Disable
  Frame Scrambling       : Enable            RDI-V Type          : one bit
  Xmt Clock source       : loopTiming        RDI-P Type          : one bit
  Line Type              : sonetSts3         VT Type             : vt15/vc11
  Medium Type(SONET/SDH) : SONET             VT Mapping Type     : asynchronous
  Medium Time Elapsed    : 0                 VT Framing Type     : N/A
  Medium Valid Intervals : 96                VT Signalling Mode  : N/A
  Medium Line Type       : ShortSMF          VT Grouping Type    : N/A

Unknown.8.PXM.a >

dsplncnt

Display Line Counters—PXM1E

The dsplncnt command displays the values of the bucket cell counters for the given bucket interval (intvl) on the given line (bay.line).

Bucket cell counters are collected for various types of cells during a bucket interval (15 minutes) and are stored in a statistics file that is generated at the end of each bucket interval. The statistics file is then passed to the Cisco WAN Manager (CWM) and the bucket cell counters are cleared.

The bucket counts for the following types of cells are displayed:


Note Unless ingress is specified, the bucket cell counters apply to both the ingress and egress direction.


Received CLP0 cells*

Received CLP1 cells*

Valid OAM cells

Invalid OAM cells

Invalid VPI/VCI/PTI cells *

Ingress Non-zero Generic Flow Control (GFC) cells*

Ingress Last unknown Vpi*

Ingress Last unknown Vci*

Discarded HEC errors

Corrected HEC errors

Discarded Usage Parameter Control (UPC) cells with CLP0*

Total discarded UPC cells*

Total non-compliant UPC cells*

An asterisk (*) indicates that the displayed field does not apply to the AXSM-1-2488.

Syntax

dsplncnt <bay.line>

Syntax Description

bay.line

The bay and line to display.

Bay number range: 1 or 2.

Line number range:

OC3: 1-8

T3, E3: 1-8

For PXM1E combo back card: 1-12

For PXM1E T1 or E1 back card: 1-16

intvl

The time interval to display (0-96). 0 is the current 15-minute interval. 1 is the most recent 15-minute interval. 2 is the next most recent 15-minute interval, and so on. 96 is the oldest 15-minute interval.


Related Commands

clrlncnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsplncnt 2.1 15
Line              : 2.1
Interval          : 15

                            Ingress           Egress
CLP0 Cells                 : 2440               2351
CLP1 Cells                 : 0                  0
Valid OAM Cells            : 0                  0
Err OAM Cells              : 0                  0
Rcv Valid RM Cells         : 0                  0
Invalid VPI/VCI/PTI Cells  : 0
Rcv Idle Cells             : 317914741
Non-zero GFC Cells         : 0
Last Unknown VPI           : 0
Last Unknown VCI           : 21
Discard HecErr Cells       : 0
Corrected HecErr Cells     : 0
M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > 

dsplnload

Display Line Load—PXM1E

The dsplnload command can help you determine the current percent of utilization and cell count on a line. Using the parameters provided by dspln, you can determine whether the current load on the line needs modification or troubleshooting.

Syntax

dsplnload <bay.line>

Syntax Description

bay.line

The bay and line numbers separated by a period. On the PXM1E, the bay is always 2.


Related Commands

dsplns, dspln

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the load on line 2.1. The display shows that no cells other than idle cells are traversing this line.

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dsplnload 2.1
Getting the stats. Please wait ... 
                           Ingress        Egress
Cell rate (cps)          : 6               10
Utilization (percentage) : 0.00           0.00

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > 

dsplnpmbucketcnt

Display Line Performance Bucket Counters—PXM1E

Displays the line specific performance monitoring interval counters.

Syntax

dsplnpmbucketcnt <bay.line> <intvl>

Syntax Description

bay

Bay number: always 2

line

Line number:

For OC3: 1-8

T3, E3: 1-8

For PXM1E combo card: 1-12

For T1 or E1 back card: 1-16

intvl

The time interval to display (0-96). 0 is the current 15-minute interval. 1 is the most recent 15-minute interval. 2 is the next most recent 15-minute interval, and so on. 96 being the oldest 15-minute interval.


Related Commands

dspalmcnt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsplnpmbucketcnt 2.1 15
Line Number      : 2.1
Interval Number  : 15
Section PM: 
----------- 
ESs   : 0
SESs  : 0
SEFSs : 0
CVs   : 0

Line PM:
--------
       Near End           Far End
ESs  : 0                  0
SESs : 0                  0
CVs  : 0                  0
UASs : 0                  0

Path PM:
--------
       Near End           Far End
ESs  : 0                  0
SESs : 0                  0

tCVs : 0                  0
UASs : 0                  0

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > 

dsplns

Display Lines—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsplns command displays the configuration for all lines on a card. (For information on an individual line, use dspln.) The variations that can exist in display contents depends on the card, as follows:

The display for the PXM1E back card (in bay 2) have categories for the UNI/NNI back card.

The displays for SRMs under control of a PXM are unique to bulk mode distribution.

On the UNI/NNI back card, the output consists of the following:

Bay and line number

Line state—up (active) or down (inactive)

The line type

Whether any loopback currently exists on the line

Line coding

Frame scrambling status (enabled or disabled)

Configured line length in meters (applies to only T3 or E3)

Criteria for Out of Frame (OOF) error (applies to only T3 or E3)

Whether C-bit (AIS) checking is enabled (applies to only T3 or E3)

The medium line type—long reach, single-mode fiber, for example

The alarm status—clear, critical, and so on

On a PXM1E, the dsplns output can refer to the SRM lines if you provide a slot number or the uplinks if you provide no slot number (see Syntax Description PXM1E). On a PXM45, the dsplns display pertains to SRM lines only (and only if a back card is present). For lines on an SRM back cards, the information categories are as follows:

Line type (OC3/STM1 or T3)

Line state

Loopback status

Line medium, such as short-reach, single-mode fiber for OC3

Enable status for frame scrambling at the

Virtual tributary (VT) type and VT mapping

Automatic protection switching enable status (for OC3/STM1 on an SRME)

PXM45 Syntax

dsplns <slot>

PXM45 Syntax Description

slot

The slot parameter refers to the logical slot of an SRM. Possible values are 15 or 31 in an MGX 8850 chassis or 7 in an MGX 8830 chassis.


PXM1E Syntax

dsplns [slot]

PXM1E Syntax Description

slot

The optional slot parameter refers to the logical slot of an SRM. Without this parameter, the PXM1E displays the lines and trunks on the UNI/NNI back card in bay 2. If you type a slot number, the command displays the SRM lines. Possible values for slot:

MGX 8830 switch: 7

MGX 8850 switch: 15, 31

These logical slot numbers point to the active SRM regardless of physical slot number.


Related Commands

cnfln, delln, dspcds, dspln, dnln, upln

PXM1E Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


PXM45 Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


PXM1E Example

Display the lines on the PXM1E back card. The lines have been configured as E3.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dsplns
  Line  Line      Line       Line    Length  OOF      AIS        Valid   Alarm
  Num   State     Type       Lpbk   (meters) Criteria cBitsCheck Intvls  State
  ----- ----- ----------- ---------- ------- -------- ---------- ------ -------
   2.1    Up   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      4 Clear
   2.2  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear
   2.3  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear
   2.4  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear
   2.5  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear
   2.6  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear
   2.7  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear
   2.8  Down   e3g832adm      NoLoop       0      N/A        N/A      0 Clear

Display the (SONET) lines on the PXM1E UNI/NNI back card. 2.3 is the primary working slot.

janus2.1.PXM.a > dsplns
                                           Medium Medium  
  Sonet         Line     Line      Line    Frame   Line    Line    Valid   Alarm  APS
  Line          State    Type      Lpbk   Scramble Coding  Type    Intvls  State  Enabled
  ------------- ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------ -------- ------ ------- -------
   2.1             Up   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ ShortSMF     96  Clear Disable
   2.2             Up   sonetSts3c  Local   Enable    NRZ ShortSMF     96  Clear Disable
   2.3             Up   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ ShortSMF     96 Critical  Enable
   2.4             Up   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ ShortSMF     96 Critical Disable
   2.3 Adj APS     Up   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ ShortSMF     96  Major  Enable

Display the lines on the combination back card of a PXM1E. The screen has an area for each line type.

hattyEmre.2.PXM.a > dsplns
  Line Line      Line        Line     Length  OOF       AIS        Valid   Alarm
  Num  State     Type        Lpbk    (meters) Criteria  cBitsCheck Intvls  State
  ---- ----- ----------- ----------- -------- --------- ---------- ------ ------
   2.1  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
   2.2    Up ds3cbitplcp      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check     96 Clear
   2.3  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
   2.4  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
   2.5  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
   2.6  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
   2.7  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
   2.8  Down  ds3cbitadm      NoLoop        0 3Of16Bits      Check      0 Clear
                                           Medium Medium  
  Sonet         Line     Line      Line    Frame   Line    Line    Valid   Alarm  APS
  Line          State    Type      Lpbk   Scramble Coding  Type    Intvls  State  Enabled
  ------------- ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------ -------- ------ ------- -------
   2.9           Down   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ  LongSMF      0  Clear Disable
  2.10           Down   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ  LongSMF      0  Clear Disable
  2.11           Down   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ    Other      0  Clear Disable
  2.12           Down   sonetSts3c NoLoop   Enable    NRZ    Other      0  Clear Disable

PhattyEmre.2.PXM.a > dspcds

Display lines for the logical SRM slot. The dspcds screen shows the active SRM is in slot 14.

PhattyEmre                       System Rev: 03.00   Aug. 21, 2002 03:36:13 GMT
Chassis Serial No:   SCA053000KM Chassis Rev: A0     GMT Offset: 0
                                                     Node Alarm: MAJOR
Card  Front/Back          Card           Alarm      Redundant   Redundancy     
Slot  Card State          Type           Status     Slot        Type   
---   ----------          --------       --------   -------     -----  
01    Standby/Active      PXM1E-T3E3-155 NONE       02          PRIMARY SLOT
02    Active/Active       PXM1E-T3E3-155 MAJOR      01          SECONDARY SLOT
03    Active/Empty        RPM_PR         NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
04    Active/Active       AUSMB_8T1      NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
05    Active/Active       AUSMB_8T1      MAJOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
06    Active/Active       FRSM_HS2/B     MAJOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
07    Standby/Active      SRM_3T3        NONE       14          PRIMARY SLOT
11    Active/Active       AUSMB_8T1      MINOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
12    Active/Active       FRSM_HS2/B     MAJOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
13    Active/Active       AUSMB_8T1      MAJOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
14    Active/Active       SRM_3T3        NONE       07          SECONDARY SLOT

PhattyEmre.2.PXM.a > dsplns 7
  Line Line      Line        Line     Length  OOF       AIS        
  Num  State     Type        Lpbk    (meters) Criteria  cBitsCheck 
  ---- ----- ----------- ----------- -------- --------- ---------- 
   7.1    Up dsx3CbitPar      NoLoop 00000001  3Of8Bits      Check
   7.2    Up dsx3CbitPar      NoLoop 00000001  3Of8Bits      Check
   7.3  Down dsx3CbitPar      NoLoop 00000001  3Of8Bits      Check

The following example shows the 16-line version of the UNI/NNI back card.

PXM1E-IMA-NODE-230.7.PXM.a > dsplns
  Line Line      Line      Line     Length     Valid     Alarm
  Num  State     Type      Lpbk    (meters)    Intvls    State
  ---- ----- --------- ----------- --------  ---------- -------
   2.1    Up   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           3 Clear
   2.2  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.3  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.4  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.5  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.6  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.7  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.8  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
   2.9    Up   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40          67 Clear
  2.10  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
  2.11  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
  2.12  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
  2.13  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
  2.14  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
  2.15  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear
  2.16  Down   dsx1ESF      NoLoop       40           0 Clear

PXM1E-IMA-NODE-230.7.PXM.a >

dspload

Display Load—PXM1E

Display the current level of usage of various parameters on a partition. To convey a picture of what is available on a resource partition, the display shows the configured bandwidth and connection numbers as well as what the controller actually has utilized.

Syntax

dspload <ifNum> <partId>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for logical interface (port) numbers is follows 1-31.

partId

The range for partition identifiers is 1-20. If necessary, use the dspparts command to see existing partition numbers.


Related Commands

dsprscprtn, addcon, dspcons, dspcon, cnfcon

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the load on partition number 1 on logical port 1.

M8850_NY.7.PXM1E.a > dspload 1 1
        +--------------------------------------------+
        |   I N T E R F A C E    L O A D   I N F O   |
        +--------------------------------------------+
        | Maximum Channels         : 0002000         |
        | Guaranteed Channels      : 0001000         |
        | Igr Maximum Bandwidth    : 1412830         |
        | Igr Guaranteed Bandwidth : 0706415         |
        | Egr Maximum Bandwidth    : 1412830         |
        | Egr Guaranteed Bandwidth : 0706415         |
        | Available Igr Channels   : 0001998         |
        | Available Egr Channels   : 0001998         |
        | Available Igr Bandwidth  : 1410377         |
        | Available Egr Bandwidth  : 1410377         |
        +--------------------------------------------+
        |          E X C E P T -- V A L U E S        |
        +--------------------------------------------+
        | SERV-CATEG | VAR-TYPE | INGRESS  | EGRESS  |
        | VSI-SIG    | Avl Chnl | 0001998  | 0001998 |
        | CBR        | Avl Chnl | 0001990  | 0001990 |
        | VBR-RT     | Avl Chnl | 0001990  | 0001990 |
        | VBR-nRT    | Avl Chnl | 0001990  | 0001990 |
        | UBR        | Avl Chnl | 0001990  | 0001990 |
        | ABR        | Avl Chnl | 0001990  | 0001990 |
        +--------------------------------------------+
        | VSI-SIG    | Avl Bw   | 1410377  | 1410377 |
        | CBR        | Avl Bw   | 1410377  | 1410377 |
        | VBR-RT     | Avl Bw   | 1410377  | 1410377 |
        | VBR-nRT    | Avl Bw   | 1410377  | 1410377 |
        | UBR        | Avl Bw   | 1410377  | 1410377 |
        | ABR        | Avl Bw   | 1410377  | 1410377 |
        +--------------------------------------------+


dsplog

Display Log—PXM45, PXM1E

Display log file contents. The dsplog command is a debugging command and requires in-depth knowledge of the internal workings of the system. For example, the display may show points where switch software begins and ends a function or tracks tasks that it spawns.

The PXM supports multiple log files: if the space allocation for one file becomes exhausted, the system starts filling a new, sequentially numbered file. The log files contain a substantial variety of information. With no parameters, the output contains all the contents of all the log files, so dsplog has optional parameters for filtering the output. The most commonly selected filters are slot number, task, or timestamp. For example, you could specify only severe errors and only for a particular slot. The Syntax Description describes each parameter. Briefly, their functions are to:

Specify an individual log file.

Target a specific task.

Specify an area of system functionality (called a module in the syntax).

Display messages of a particular severity.

Specify relative time periods in which errors may have occurred.


Note If the output shows an error-event, you can display details about the error by using the dsperr command. An error-event has an associated file number and is preceded by "e:" in the display.


Syntax

dsplog [-log <filename>] [-sl <slot #>] [-task <task name>] [-mod <module name>] [-sev <severity>]
[-tle <time same or earlier than>] [-tge <time same or greater than>]

Syntax Description

You can use more than one filter at the same time.

-log

Specifies a number (filename) of a log file. If you do not specify a file, the output scrolls through all log files, one file at a time. To see a list of all log files, run dsplogs.

The range for filename depends on whether the files are error logs or event logs, as follows:

Error logs: 1-100

Event logs: 1-50

Note Using the -log parameter usually requires specific knowledge of a particular log file. Consider the frequently used filters of slot number, task, and timestamp.

-sl

Specifies a slot number for slot-specific information.

-task

Specifies the task for which to display errors.

-mod

Specifies the module or functional area of switch software. The categories are numerous. Examples are: node alarm manager, card alarm manager, inter-process communications.

-sev

Specifies the severity of the alarm. Select it by entering a number in the range 1-7:

1. EVENT_FATAL: This severity indicates that the event affects the existing data traffic for the systems and is considered fatal because the platform cannot recover. Fatal events cause a card reset. Also, any error or condition that damages or causes loss of ongoing data traffic is fatal. Examples of fatal events are hardware watchdog timeout, critical task failure or suspension, and hardware device failures of CBC or QE.

2. EVENT_MAJOR_ALERT: This severity indicates a major service or feature of the platform has been damaged or lost but that existing data traffic is not affected. These events indicate that immediate action is necessary to recover the platform or service by posting traps and major alarms. Examples of major alerts are hard disk crashes, critical memory shortages, and inability to complete a configuration change.

3. EVENT_MINOR_ALERT: This severity indicates a minor event or partial damage to or loss of a service on the platform. Nevertheless, existing data traffic and critical services are not affected. These events indicate that eventual action is necessary to recover the platform or service by posting a minor alarm condition. Examples of minor alerts are loss of some tftp or telnet sessions and loss of statistics or other non-critical features.

4. EVENT_ERROR: This severity indicates that an error occurred but is not sever enough or it does not know the scope of its implication to be more sever. Most detected failures are reported with this severity, then the higher levels of software determine the appropriate response. Examples of these errors are malloc failures, illegal API parameter values, bad PDUs, and most internally detected failures.

5. EVENT_WARNING: This severity indicates that some threshold has been reached and could be a warning of a future error condition. Examples are resource shortages of memory and disk space, voltage and temperature just out of tolerance, and other conditions that could lead to a more serious situation.

6. EVENT_NOTICE: This severity indicates that a normal but significant event has occurred on the platform. Events for significant configuration changes would be in this category. Examples of notice type events would be addition of lines or ports and connection alarms.

7. EVENT_INFO: This severity indicates an event is informational. It does not indicate an abnormal condition. Examples of informational events are logging of user logins and important commands.

-tle

Specifies a particular time for which to display events: same time or earlier time.

-tge

Specifies a particular time for which to display events: same time or later time.


Related Commands

clrlog, dsplogs, dsperr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

The first example shows the portion of a dsplog out with an error number ("E:00112"). To see details regarding this error, you would enter the following: dsperr -sl 7 -en 00112.

The portion of the log for error number 00112 is as follows:

07B00001 04/04/2002-16:44:28 SSI-6-RESETDUMPTRACE 
 E:00112 tRootTask  ssiSaveResetTrace 
 A function trace dump is available from the last reset. 

Display the logs.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dsplog 
07A00136 04/17/2002-17:07:26  CLI-7-CMDLOG 
         tDbgInTask logUserCmdFunc 
 cliCmdLog:cisco@console:(cc 7). 
07A00135 04/17/2002-17:07:26  CLI-7-CMDLOG 
         tDbgInTask logUserCmdFunc 
 cliCmdLog:cisco@console:(login). 
07A00134 04/17/2002-16:40:58  CLI-7-CMDLOG 
         tDbgInTask logUserCmdFunc 
 cliCmdLog:cisco@console:(logout). 
07A00133 04/17/2002-16:30:50  CLI-7-CMDLOG 
         tDbgInTask logUserCmdFunc 
 cliCmdLog:cisco@console:(cc 7). 
07A00132 04/17/2002-16:30:50  CLI-7-CMDLOG 
         tDbgInTask logUserCmdFunc 
 cliCmdLog:cisco@console:(login). 
07A00131 04/16/2002-21:08:43  CLI-7-CLITNLOG 
         tTnInTsk01 cliTnLogConnection 
 cliTelnetd:client@171.71.26.43:telnet.1:disconnected 
07A00130 04/16/2002-21:08:43  CLI-7-CMDLOG 
         tTnInTsk01 logUserCmdFunc 
 cliCmdLog:cisco@telnet.01:(logout). 
07A00129 04/16/2002-21:08:28  CLI-7-CMDLOG 

dsploginmsg

Display Login Message—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsploginmsg command displays the login message if one exists. Use the cnfloginmsg command to create a message that appears when any user logs in. See the cnfloginmsg description for details.

Syntax

dsploginmsg

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfloginmsg, clrloginmsg

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the login message.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dsploginmsg

Call system administrator before using this switch

dsplogs

Display Logs—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsplogs shows the existing log files (but not the file contents). The dsplogs command lets you see which files exist and determine specific items to view by using the dsplog or dsperr command

Syntax

dsplogs

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dsplog

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

The output shows that many log files exist. To view the contents of log file 41, for example, you would enter dsplog -log error041.log. See also the description of the dsplog command.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dsplogs

Current Event log number: 47
Event log 47:  C:/LOG/event47.log
   starting timestamp: 11/19/2001-18:24:39
Event log 46:  C:/LOG/event46.log
   starting timestamp: 11/17/2001-02:26:33
Event log 45:  C:/LOG/event45.log
   starting timestamp: 11/15/2001-02:25:48
Event log 44:  C:/LOG/event44.log
   starting timestamp: 11/12/2001-18:35:01
Event log 43:  C:/LOG/event43.log
   starting timestamp: 11/10/2001-02:30:37
Event log 42:  C:/LOG/event42.log
   starting timestamp: 11/07/2001-16:44:35
Event log 41:  C:/LOG/event41.log
   starting timestamp: 11/06/2001-20:05:54
Event log 40:  C:/LOG/event40.log
   starting timestamp: 11/05/2001-13:05:23
Event log 39:  C:/LOG/event39.log
   starting timestamp: 11/04/2001-03:37:16
Event log 38:  C:/LOG/event38.log
   starting timestamp: 11/02/2001-16:47:52
Event log 37:  C:/LOG/event37.log

dspmbsdft

Display MBS Default—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays the default MBS configured for the port.

Syntax

dspmbsdft <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

cnfmbsdft

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the MBS default for port 11:1.1:11.

Geneva.7.PXM.a > dspmbsdft 11:1.1:11

           rt-vbr:       nrt-vbr:
  MBS:        1024           1024

dspncdp

Display NCDP—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspncdp command displays the configuration of the Network Clock Distribution Protocol (NCDP) on the current node. It also identifies the clock source that the current node is using to generate the clocks used by the node. The source can be an external device on the master clock node only, an NNI port, or the free-running, internal oscillator.


Note If network administrators did not record the source of the root clock at the time of NCDP configuration, the network nodes must be searched one-by-one to find the root source.



Note To see the user-configuration of clock sources that have occurred on the local switch, use the dspncdpclksrcs command. For example, the dspncdpclksrcs output shows a BITS device. Note that dspncdpclksrcs does not show the port ID of the root clock source if the root source is an NNI port.

To see the health and other details about a particular clock source, use the dspncdpclksrc command.


The contents of the dspncdp display are as follows:

The distribution mode shows whether the node is using manual clock distribution or NCDP.

The node stratum level is always 3 because that is what the internal oscillator and clock circuitry produce. You cannot change this value with any command.

The maximum network diameter is the largest number of hops between any two nodes in the clocking domain. This value results from the cnfncdp command.

Hello time interval (see cnfncdp description)

Holddown time interval (see cnfncdp description)

Topology change time interval (see cnfncdp description)

The root clock source in this case is the source of the best clock known to the current node. If the root has not been determined, this port ID is 255.255. (See the cnfncdpclksrc description for an explanation). If this node is the source of the best clock in the network, this field identifies it. If the root clock source is coming from another node, this field contains the NNI port ID from which the the clock is derived. (The system clock is derived because the local PXM clock circuitry uses the source to generate the clocks to the backplane.)

The root clock source status can be ok, bad, locking wide, locking narrow, or lockable.


Note Until convergence is reached and NCDP determines the root clock, the "Root" has a status of "unknown" in the dspncdp output.


"ok" means the clock source is both stable and operational.

"bad" means a clock is bad and previously was a root clock source.

"lockable" means that the clock source is good but not currently used by the switch. This could be the status of a source that serves as the secondary root clock source.

"locking wide" means the clock manager is determining whether the clock remains locked within a relatively wide band of variation. This test occurs before narrowband locking.

"locking narrow" means the clock manager is determining whether the clock remains locked within a relatively narrow band of variation.

The root stratum level is the stratum level of the clock source (specified by cnfncdpclksrc).

The root priority is specified in the cnfncdpclksrc command and has a range of 1-255. If the root priority is "0," NCDP has not yet converged and determined the priority of the root clock source.

The last time of a clock source change is a system generated time stamp. If the "Last clock src change time" is "N/A," the protocol has not yet converged and has not yet finished the election process. As soon as NCDP determines the root clock source, this field reflects the time when the root clock source was determined.

The last clock source change reason can be the initial configuration, switchover, and so on.

The display contents result from the use of the cnfncdp and cnfncdpclksrc commands as well as the computations performed by NCDP itself.

The network in Figure 2-11 shows the root clock originating on Node 1. The clock arrives at Node 2 on the NNI ports 2a and 2B. In this case, Node 2 uses 2a as the source because it has the lowest numeric value. (In the case of identical priorities, the lowest port ID value is the tie-breaker.

Figure 2-11 Distribution of a Master Clock


Note A switch can use only one distribution mode. The unused distribution mode is disabled.


Syntax

dspncdp

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfncdpclksrc, cnfncdpport, delncdpclksrc, cnfncdp, dspncdpclksrc, dspncdpclksrcs, dspncdpport, dspncdpports

Attributes

Log: no log

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the NCDP information for the current node. The first six values in the display result from user-configuration. The remaining fields result from NCDP computations that it completes after convergence has been reached.


Note If the root priority is "0," NCDP has not yet converged and has not determined the priority of the root clock source.



Note If the "Last clock src change time" is "N/A," the protocol has not yet converged and has not yet finished the election process. As soon as NCDP determines the root clock source, this field reflects the time when the root clock source was determined.


p2spvc2.8.PXM.a > dspncdp

Distribution Mode               : ncdp 
Node stratum level              : 3
Max network diameter            : 20
Hello time interval             : 500
Holddown time interval          : 500
Topology change time interval   : 500
Root Clock Source               : 255.255
Root Clock Source Status        : Good
Root Stratum Level              : unknown
Root Priority                   : 0
Last clk src change time        : N/A
Last clk src change reason      : None

dspncdpclksrc

Display a NCDP Clock Source—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspncdpclksrc command lets you display the health and other details about an NCDP clock source.


Note To see the user-configuration of clock sources that have occurred on the local switch (such as that of a BITS device), use the dspncdpclksrcs command. Note that dspncdpclksrcs does not show the port ID of the root clock source if the root source is an NNI port.

To see the details about the NCDP configuration and status, including the port ID of the root source, use the dspncdp command.


Syntax

dspncdpclksrc <portid> [type]

Syntax Description

portid

The port ID can be 7.35 or 7.36 in an MGX 8850 or MGX 8950 switch. In an MGX 8830 switch, port ID can be 1.35 or 1.36. The internal oscillator has port ID 255.255.

If the external source is a UNI. the format is one of the usual physical port IDs, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."

type

The type option distinguishes between UNI ports and a BITS source and is necessary only for BITS clock and only when potential conflict exists. Choices are t1 and e1.

Default: e1


Related Commands

cnfncdpclksrc, cnfncdpport, delncdpclksrc, cnfncdp, dspncdp, dspncdpclksrcs, dspncdpport, dspncdpports

Attributes

Log: no log

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Clock Health

The health of a particular clock source can be one of the following:

"good" which means the clock source is operational and stable.

"bad" means a clock source is bad and previously was a root clock source.

"unknown" means that the clock source exists in the database (has been configured) but that the clock managers are not monitoring it. The managers monitor only the primary and secondary clock sources, so this source is neither primary or secondary.

"locking wide" means the clock manager is determining whether the clock remains locked within a relatively wide band of variation. This test occurs before narrowband locking.

"locking narrow" means the clock manager is determine whether the clock remains locked within a relatively narrow band of variation.

During the "unknown" and locking states, the switch is still locked to the internal oscillator.

Example

Display the BITS clock information for 7.35. The "bad" health could have resulted from a disconnected line or device failure. Whatever the cause and its remedy, you would have to delete this clock source then re-configure it before NCDP can use it.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspncdpclksrc 7.35
Best clock source           : No
Priority                    : 100
Stratum level               : 2
Primary reference src id    : 0(external)
Health                      : Bad

dspncdpclksrcs

Display NCDP Clock Sources—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspncdpclksrcs command displays the user-configuration of external clock sources that have occurred on the local switch (such as that of a BITS device). It shows general information about NCDP clock sources configured on this switch. Note that dspncdpclksrcs does not show the port ID of the root clock source if the root source is an NNI port. If no NCDP configuration has occurred, only the internal oscillator appears in the display.

Syntax

dspncdpclksrcs

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfncdpclksrc, cnfncdpport, delncdpclksrc, cnfncdp, dspncdp, dspncdpclksrc, dspncdpport, dspncdpports

Attributes

Log: no log

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current primary clock sources. Note the following about the clock sources in this example:

The port ID 1:1.3:3 is a UNI source.

The port ID of 255.255 indicates the internal oscillator.

The clock priority of 128 is the default priority.

The priority of both sources is 128, but the external clock source at port 1:1.3:3 has a higher stratum level, so it is the better source in this network.

The health (stability, and so on for stratum 2) of the best clock is good.

orpop2-1.7.PXM.a > dspncdpclksrcs

PortId    Best clk src    Priority   Stratum level  Prs id          Health
1:1.3:3   Yes             128        2              0(external)     Good
255.255   No              128        3              255(internal)   unknown 

dspncdpport

Display NCDP Port—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspncdpport command lets you display details about a particular NCDP signaling port. When NCDP is enabled, it automatically runs on NNI, AINI, and IISP links. For VNNIs or EVNNIs, it must be enabled on a per-interface basis.

Syntax

dspncdpport <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the PNNI physical port identifier can vary, as follows:

On a PXM45: slot:subslot.port:subport

On a PXM1E for UNI/NNI back card: slot:subslot.port:subport. On the UNI/NNI back card, the subslot is always 2, but the slot depends on the chassis, as follows:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 7.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, slot is always the logical slot 1.

On a PXM1E for a narrowband service module (NBSM): slot.port.

For more details, see the section, "PNNI Format," in "Introduction."


Related Commands

cnfncdpclksrc, cnfncdpport, delncdpclksrc, cnfncdp, dspncdpclksrc, dspncdpclksrcs, dspncdp, dspncdpports

Attributes

Log: no log

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display details about NCDP signaling port 1:1.5:5. Note that the class of service is the special category of "signaling."

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > dspncdpport 1:1.5:5
Network clock mode              : enable 
Ncdp Vc status                  : up 
Network clock vpi               : 1
Network clock vci               : 34
Admin cost                      : 10
Service Category                : sig
PCR                             : 250
SCR                             : 150
MBS                             : 100

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a >

dspncdpports

Display NCDP Ports—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspncdpports commands lets you see general details about all signaling ports for NCDP. To see details for a particular NCDP port, use the dspncdpport command. See the description of cnfncdp for details about NCDP.

Syntax

dspncdpports

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfncdpclksrc, cnfncdpport, delncdpclksrc, cnfncdp, dspncdpclksrc, dspncdpclksrcs, dspncdpport, dspncdp

Attributes

Log: no log

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the NCDP ports on the current switch. Note that the first three clock VPIs have been modified to 1 (from the default of 0).

p2spvc2.8.PXM.a > dspncdpports

PortId    Clock mode  Clock Vpi   Clock Vci   Admin Cost      Ncdp Vc 
3:2.1:1   enable      1           34          10              up    
3:2.3:3   enable      1           34          10              up    
3:2.4:4   enable      1           34          10              down  
3:2.7:7   enable      0           34          10              down  
3:2.8:8   disable     0           34          10              down  

dspndalms

Display Node Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspndalms command shows various alarms from a higher, nodal view. (The dspcds output often is the first indication to use dspndalms.) With the dspndalms output, you can get more details from one of the following commands. Still more details come from troubleshooting or alarm-specific commands.

dspcdalms identifies line, port, or connection alarms on a PXM1E UNI/NNI back card or an AXSM.

dspclkalms shows alarms related to network clocks.

dspenvalms lists alarms for out-of-range conditions for temperature, voltage sources, and so on.

dspswalms shows alarms related to the switching fabric on the PXM45 or XM60.

dspalm or dspalms on the PXM1E or an AXSM shows line alarms.

The definition of each alarm severity comes from Bellcore TR-NWT-000474. An alarm can be:

Critical, indicating complete, non-recoverable failure, loss of data, and so on. The failed entity must be restored. A power failure or a line being disconnected is an example of a critical alarm.

Major, indicating service-affecting errors. This event indicates that a major service is damaged or lost, but existing traffic is not affected.

Minor, indicating non-service affecting errors or errors on a remote node. Corrective action is appropriate to prevent a serious fault from developing. An example is a fan failure, where no subscribers are immediately affected, but calamity could result if the situation persists. Note that a sufficient accumulation of lower-level alarms results in a higher-severity alarm.

Syntax

dspndalms [slot]

Syntax Description

slot

The slot number of the card.


Related Commands

dspalm, dspalms, dspndstatus

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display node alarms. You could then use dspcdalms to determine which card or cards have the alarms.

ITNODE3.7.PXM.a > dspndalms
Alarm Type                     Critical        Major          Minor
----------                     --------       -------        -------
Clock Alarms                         0             0              0
Switching Alarms                     0             0              0
Environment Alarms                   0             0              0
Card Alarms                          0             2              0

The output of dspcdalms shows that both of the card alarms are on the card in slot 8—the standby PXM45. the last line of the output recommends using dspcdalms with a specific slot to see more details.

ITNODE3.7.PXM.a > dspcdalms
Card Alarm Summary

Slot  Critical   Major     Minor
----  --------  -------   -------
 1          0        0         0
 2          0        0         0
 3          0        0         0
 4          0        0         0
 5          0        0         0
 6          0        0         0
 7          0        0         0
 8          0        2         0
 9          0        0         0
10          0        0         0
11          0        0         0
12          0        0         0
13          0        0         0
14          0        0         0

Use dspcdalms <slot> to see more detail.

Running dspcdalms for slot 8 shows that a disk alarm and card state alarm exist.

ITNODE3.7.PXM.a > dspcdalms 8
Card Alarm Summary


Alarm Type                     Critical        Major          Minor
----------                     --------       -------        -------
Hardware Alarm                       0             0              0
Card State Alarm                     0             0              0
Disk Alarm                           0             0              0
SAR Alarm                            0             2              0
SRM Alarm                            0             0              0
Line Alarm                           0             0              0
Port Alarm                           0             0              0
LMI Alarm                            0             0              0
Channel Alarm                        0             0              0

On the current PXM1E. run dspcds, then use dspndalms and dspcdalms commands (slot 7).

IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a > dspcds
IMA-NODE-225                     System Rev: 04.00   Dec. 11, 2000 01:56:48 GMT
Chassis Serial No:   SAA04061166 Chassis Rev: C1     GMT Offset: 0
                                                     Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Card  Front/Back          Card           Alarm      Redundant   Redundancy     
Slot  Card State          Type           Status     Slot        Type   
---   ----------          --------       --------   -------     -----  

01    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
02    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
03    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
04    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
05    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
06    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
07    Active/Mismatch     PXM1E-16-T1E1  CRITICAL   08          PRIMARY SLOT
08    Empty Resvd/Empty   ---            MAJOR      07          SECONDARY SLOT
09    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
10    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
11    Active/Active       CESM_T3        NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
12    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
13    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
14    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
15    Active/Empty        SRM_NOBC       NONE       16          PRIMARY SLOT
16    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
17    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
18    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
19    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
20    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
21    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
22    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
25    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
26    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
27    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
28    Failed/Empty        UNKNOWN        MINOR      NA          NO REDUNDANCY
29    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
30    Boot/Empty          AUSMB_8T1      NONE       NA          NO REDUNDANCY
31    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    
32    Empty               ---            ---        ---         ---    

IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a >IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a > dspndalms
Node Alarm Summary

Alarm Type                     Critical        Major          Minor
----------                     --------       -------        -------
Clock Alarms                         0             1              0
Switching Alarms                     0             0              0
Environment Alarms                   0             0              0
Card Alarms                         11             5              1

IMA-NODE-225.7.PXM.a > dspcdalms 7
Card Alarm Summary
Alarm Type