MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), MGX 8950, and MGX 8830 Command Reference, Release 4
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dspport

Table Of Contents

dspport

dspportcnt

dspportconstats

dspportload

dspports

dspportsct

dsppostresults

dsppref

dspprefs

dspprf

dspprfhist

dspprfx

dsppri-routing

dsppswdreset

dsppvcif

dspqosdefault

dspred

dsprevs

dsprmalms

dsprminfo

dsprmrsrc

dsprmrsrcs

dsprrtparm

dsprscprtn

dsprscprtns

dsprteoptcnf

dsprteoptstat

dspsct

dspsctchksum

dspscts

dspsesn

dspserialif

dspsig

dspsigdiag

dspsigstats

dspslotlink

dspsnmp

dspsntp

dspsntp-dbg

dspsntprmtsvr

dspsntpstats

dspspvcaddr

dspspvcres

dspspvcprfx

dspsrmclksrc

dspsrmcnf

dspsscop

dspsscopstats

dspstatsmgr

dspsvcif

dspsvcparm

dspstbyclksrcs

dspsvcoverride

dspswalms

dsptech

dsptopofdrlist

dsptopogw

dsptopogwndlist

dsptopolinklist

dsptopondlist

dsptrapip

dsptrapmgr

dsptrftolerance

dspuplinkbert

dspuplinkbertstats

dspusers

dspversion

dspxbar

dspxbarerrthresh

dspxbarmgmt

dspxbarplanealms

dspxbarslotbwalms

dspxbarstatus

dumpconfigs

dumptrace

dumpversions


dspport

Display Port—PXM1E

The dspport command displays the configuration of a logical port. The displayed information is shown in the example. For a description of each item, see addport.

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

When a PXM1E card rebuilds, it provisions the UNI/NNI back card from the stored database on the PXM disk. If the SCT file associated with a specific port is missing or corrupted, the default SCT file is applied to that port. This is indicated in the dspport output by the string:

"!Default SCT used!"


Note The SCT ID that dspport shows pertains to the port. For the card-level SCT ID, use dspcd.


Syntax

dspport <ifNum>

Syntax Description

ifNum

A logical port (interface) number. Only one logical port is allowed if the line operates as a UNI or NNI. For the virtual interfaces (such as VNNI), multiple ports can exist on a line. The range for ifNum is 1-31.


Related Commands

addport, dnport, dspports

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the port configuration for logical port 10.

pxm1enode.7.PXM.a > dspport 10
  Interface Number               : 10
  Line Number                    : 2.2       IMA Group Number      : N/A
  Admin State                    : Up        Operational State     : LowerLayerDown
  Guaranteed bandwidth(cells/sec): 20000     Number of partitions  : 1
  Maximum bandwidth(cells/sec)   : 20000     Number of SPVC        : 0
  ifType                         : UNI       Number of SPVP        : 0
  VPI number (VNNI, VUNI)        : 0         Number of SVC         : 0
  MIN VPI (EVNNI, EVUNI)         : 0         MAX VPI (EVNNI, EVUNI): 0
  SCT Id (Conf./InUse)           : 0/0=Def
  F4 to F5 Conversion            : Disabled 
pxm1enode.7.PXM.a >

dspportcnt

Display Port Counters—PXM1E

Displays ATM cell counters for a logical port. Refer to the example for contents.

PXM1E Syntax

dspportcnt <ifNum> <intvl>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for interface number is 1-31.

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

dspports, dspport, cnfport, dspcds

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display port counters on logical port (ifNum) 1.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspportcnt 1 50
Interface Num              : 1
Interval  Num              : 50
Egr Rcv Clp0 Cells         : 0
Egr Rcv Clp1 Cells         : 0
Egr Clp0 Disc Cells        : 0
Egr Clp1 Disc  Cells       : 0
Egr Xmt Clp0  Cells        : 0
Egr Xmt Clp1  Cells        : 0
Egr Rcv OAM  Cells         : 0
Egr Rcv RM Cells           : 0
Egr Xmt EFCI Cells         : 0
Egr Rcv EFCI Cells         : 0
Egr Xmt OAM Cells          : 0

Unknown.7.PXM.a > 

dspportconstats

Display Port Connection Statistics—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspportconstats command shows a count of successful and failed routing attempts through either a single PNNI port or all ports on the switch. The display has following categories:

Successful connections at the originating node

Successful connections at a border node

Failed connections at the originating node

Failed connections at a border node

Crankbacks received at the originating node

Crankbacks received at a border node

Crankbacks initiated by the current point

Syntax

dspportconstats [portid]

Syntax Description

portid

The format of the optional 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

clrportconstats, dspnodalconstats, clrnodalconstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display SPVC/SPVP routing statistics for port 3:1.1:1.

spvc4.7.PXM.a > dspportconstats 3:1.1:1

SPVC connection stats for port 3:1.1:1
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :     7674  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :     3453  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:     1480  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :     2291


spvc4.7.PXM.a > 

Display the SPVC and SPVP connection stats for all PNNI ports on the switch. Note that the displays for the BITS ports 7.35 and 7.36 are meaningless. Also, the example has been truncated due to its length.

spvc4.7.PXM.a > dspportconstats

SPVC connection stats for port 7.35
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :        0


SPVC connection stats for port 7.36
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :        0


SPVC connection stats for port 7.37
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
Initiate Crankback        :        0


SPVC connection stats for port 7.38
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :        0


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.1:1
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :       16


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.2:2
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :        8


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.3:3
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :       14


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.4:4
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :       13


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.5:5

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop:
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :       20


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.6:6
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :        8


SPVC connection stats for port 1:1.7:7
-----------------------------------------
Con success at orig node  :        0  Con success at border node  :        0
Con failed  at orig node  :        0  Con failed at border node   :        0
Rcv Crankback at orig node:        0  Rcv Crankback at border node:        0
Initiate Crankback        :        2


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

dspportload

Display Port Load—PXM1E

The dspportload command displays the current number of ingress and egress cells per second on a logical port (ifNum). This command can help you determine the current state of a port. Using the parameters displayed by dspcon, you can see if the current load on the port needs modification or troubleshooting.

Syntax

dspportload <ifNum>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for interface number is 1-31.


Related Commands

dspports, dspport, cnfport

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the load on logical port 1.

M8850_LA.7.PXM1E.a > dspportload 1
Getting the stats. Please wait ... 
                           Ingress        Egress
Cell rate (cps)          : 0               0

dspports

Display Ports—PXM1E

The dspports command displays the following general information about all logical ports on the card:

Logical port number (ifNum).

Physical line number in the format bay.port.

Operation status—whether the port is up or down.

The minimum guaranteed rate in cells per second.

The maximum allowed rate for the port in cells per second.

The ID of the port-level SCT (see addport).

The type of interface.

A VPI number (applies to only VNNIs or VUNIS).

Minimum and maximum VPIs (applies to only EVNNIs or EVUNIs).

An IMA group number if one exists.

Syntax

dspports

Related Commands

addport, cnfport, delport, dspport

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the logical ports.

pxm1enode.7.PXM.a > dspports
ifNum Line Admin Operational    Guaranteed Maximum    sctID     ifType  VPI   MINVPI  MAXVPI  IMA
           State State          Rate       Rate    Conf./InUse         (VNNI, (EVUNI, (EVUNI, GRP
                                                                        VUNI)  EVNNI)  EVNNI)
----- ---- ----- -------------- ---------- ------- ------------ ------ ------ ------- ------- ---
   10  2.2    Up LowerLayerDown      20000   20000   0/  0 =Def    UNI      0       0       0 N/A


MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > dspports
ifNum Line Admin Operational    Guaranteed Maximum    sctID     ifType  VPI   MINVPI  MAXVPI  IMA
           State State          Rate       Rate    Conf./InUse         (VNNI, (EVUNI, (EVUNI, GRP
                                                                        VUNI)  EVNNI)  EVNNI)
----- ---- ----- -------------- ---------- ------- ------------ ------ ------ ------- ------- ---
    1  N/A    Up LowerLayerDown       7000    7000   0/  0 =Def    UNI      0       0       0 2.1
    2  N/A    Up LowerLayerDown       7000    7000   0/  0 =Def    UNI      0       0       0 2.2
   31  2.1    Up LowerLayerDown       3000    3000   0/  0 =Def    UNI      0       0       0 N/A

MGX-PXM1E.8.PXM.a > 

dspportsct

Display Port SCT—PXM1E

Displays the contents of the service class template (SCT) on a port. See the description of the addport command for information on SCTs.


Note Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the service class templates (SCTs), so you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco WAN Manager. These parameters are (when applicable) PCR, SCR, and ICR.


Syntax

dspportsct <abr | bw | gen | cosb | vcThr | cosThr> <ifnum>

Syntax Description

abr
gen
cosb
vcThr
cosThr

A specific part of the SCT, as follows:

abr: available bit rate

gen: general VC

cosb: class of service buffer

vcThr: VC thresholds

cosThr: COSB thresholds

ifnum

The range for interface number is 1-31.


Related Commands

addport, cnfport, delport, dspport

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples SCT 2

This section displays all parameters for port SCT 2.

MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct bw 2
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |   PCR    |   SCR    |   MCR    |   MBS    |   CDVT   |   ICR    |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1     | 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2     | 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR       | 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Display the policing and CAC parameters (parameter "gen") for SCT 2. To confirm that the current card-level SCT is SCT 2, use the dspcd command.

MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct gen 2
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : General Parameters
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB  | CLP-SELEC |    GCRA-1    |    GCRA-2    | CI-CNTRL |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   | 00000016 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.1     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.1  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.2  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.3  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |      DISCARD |      SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000002 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |      DISCARD |      SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| UBR.1     | 00000006 |  LCN_CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| UBR.2     | 00000006 |  LCN_CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| ABR       | 00000001 |    B-CAC |GCRA1-ENB | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | ENABLED  |
| CBR.2     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.3     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |GCRA 1 & 2| 000000001 |      DISCARD |      SET-CLP | DISABLED |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Display the Class of Service Buffer parameters for SCT 2 Note the following:

Min-Rate and Max-Rate do not apply in the current product.

Excess-Priority is a scheme for distributing excess bandwidth. The lowest number is the highest priority for a connection to receive excess bandwidth. If two or more connections have equal priority, the excess bandwidth is equally distributed between them.

Explicit Rate Stamping (ERS) applies to only ABR connections.

Cell loss ratio (CLR) is currently hard-coded, so do not attempt tot modify it through the Cisco WAN Manager application or the CLI commands.

MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosb 2
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [02] : COSB Parameters

+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE |  CLR   |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             000 |    DISABLE | 10^-10 |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             001 |    DISABLE | 10^-08 |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             001 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             000 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Display VC thresholds for SCT 2. Note the following:

The Scaling COSB value applies to congestion in a Class of Service Buffer: if a particular buffer becomes congested, this scaling factor determines the how quickly the rate at which cells enter the buffer is throttled back (until the buffer is no longer congested, at which time normal rates resume).

The Scaling Log-If is a scaling factor that applies to congestion on an entire port: when the whole port is congested, this factor determines the rate at which traffic is throttled back (until the port is no longer congested, at which time normal rates resume).

MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct vcThr 2
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [2] : VC Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | VC THRESH | PACKET |  MAX_CELL  |  EFCI   | CLP_HI  |  EPD0   | CLP_LO  | SCALING | SCALING |
|           | TBL IDX   |  MODE  |   THRESH   |         |         |         |  EPD1   |  COSB   |  Log-If |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   |     002   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| CBR.1     |     003   |   DSB  | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| VBR-RT.1  |     004   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.2  |     005   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.3  |     006   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.1 |     007   |   DSB  | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.2 |     008   |   DSB  | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.3 |     009   |   DSB  | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| UBR.1     |     010   |   DSB  | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| UBR.2     |     011   |   DSB  | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| ABR       |     012   |   DSB  | 0000050000 | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000003 | 0000003 |
| CBR.2     |     013   |   DSB  | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| CBR.3     |     014   |   DSB  | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 

Display the Class of Service Thresholds for SCT 2.


Note The two random early discard parameters (RED Factor and RED Prob) have no application in the current release of the product


MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosThr 2
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [00002] : COSB Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSB THRESH|  MAX_CELL  |  EFCI   | CLP_HI  |  EPD0   | CLP_LO  |   RED | RED PROB  |
|      | TBL IDX   |   THRESH   |         |         |         |  EPD1   | |  FACTOR   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 |  0000002  |  1000000   | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0002 |  0000003  |  1000000   | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0003 |  0000004  |     5000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0004 |  0000005  |    10000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0005 |  0000006  |    50000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0006 |  0000007  |   100000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0007 |  0000008  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0008 |  0000009  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0009 |  0000010  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0010 |  0000011  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0011 |  0000012  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0012 |  0000013  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0013 |  0000014  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0014 |  0000015  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0015 |  0000016  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0016 |  0000017  |    10000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Example SCT 3

This example shows all parameters for SCT 3. Each display consists of one member of the SCT parameter group.

Display the bandwidth parameters for SCT 3.

MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct bw 3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |   PCR    |   SCR    |   MCR    |   MBS    |   CDVT   |   ICR    |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1     | 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2     | 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR       | 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Display the general parameters for SCT 3.

MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct gen 3
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : General Parameters
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB  | CLP-SELEC |    GCRA-1    |    GCRA-2    | CI-CNTRL |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   | 00000016 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000002 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.1     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.1  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000002 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.2  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-RT.3  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000002 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      SET-CLP | DISABLED |
| UBR.1     | 00000006 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| UBR.2     | 00000006 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| ABR       | 00000001 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | ENABLED  |
| CBR.2     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      DISCARD | DISABLED |
| CBR.3     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      SET-CLP | DISABLED |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 

Display the Class of Service Buffer parameters for SCT 3 Note the following:

Min-Rate and Max-Rate do not apply in the current product.

Excess-Priority is a scheme for distributing excess bandwidth. The lowest number is the highest priority for a connection to receive excess bandwidth. If two or more connections have equal priority, the excess bandwidth is equally distributed between them.

Explicit Rate Stamping (ERS) applies to only ABR connections.

Cell loss ratio (CLR) is currently hard-coded, so do not attempt tot modify it through the Cisco WAN Manager application or the CLI commands.

MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosb 3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [03] : COSB Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE |  CLR   |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             000 |    DISABLE | 10^-10 |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             001 |    DISABLE | 10^-08 |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             001 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             002 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          000 |             000 |    DISABLE | 10^-06 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 

Display VC thresholds for SCT 3. Note the following:

The Scaling COSB value applies to congestion in a Class of Service Buffer: if a particular buffer becomes congested, this scaling factor determines the how quickly the rate at which cells enter the buffer is throttled back (until the buffer is no longer congested, at which time normal rates resume).

The Scaling Log-If is a scaling factor that applies to congestion on an entire port: when the whole port is congested, this factor determines the rate at which traffic is throttled back (until the port is no longer congested, at which time normal rates resume).

MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct vcThr 3
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [3] : VC Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | VC THRESH | PACKET |  MAX_CELL  |  EFCI   | CLP_HI  |  EPD0   | CLP_LO  | SCALING | SCALING |
|           | TBL IDX   |  MODE  |   THRESH   |         |         |         |  EPD1   |  COSB   |  Log-If |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   |     034   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| CBR.1     |     035   |   DSB  | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| VBR-RT.1  |     036   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.2  |     037   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-RT.3  |     038   |   DSB  | 0000005000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.1 |     039   |   DSB  | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.2 |     040   |   DSB  | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| VBR-nRT.3 |     041   |   DSB  | 0000025000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000002 | 0000002 |
| UBR.1     |     042   |   DSB  | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| UBR.2     |     043   |   DSB  | 0000050000 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000004 | 0000004 |
| ABR       |     044   |   DSB  | 0000050000 | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000003 | 0000003 |
| CBR.2     |     045   |   DSB  | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
| CBR.3     |     046   |   DSB  | 0000002500 | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 0000001 | 0000001 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Display the Class of Service thresholds for SCT 3.


Note The two random early discard parameters (RED Factor and RED Prob) have no application in the current release of the product.


MGX8850.9.AXSM.a > dspportsct cosThr 3
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [00003] : COSB Threshold Parameters
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSB THRESH|  MAX_CELL  |  EFCI   | CLP_HI  |  EPD0   | CLP_LO  |   RED | RED PROB  |
|      | TBL IDX   |   THRESH   |         |         |         |  EPD1   | FACTOR |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 |  0000018  |  1000000   | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0002 |  0000019  |  1000000   | 0200000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0003 |  0000020  |     5000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0004 |  0000021  |    10000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0005 |  0000022  |    50000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0006 |  0000023  |   100000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0007 |  0000024  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0008 |  0000025  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0009 |  0000026  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0010 |  0000027  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0011 |  0000028  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0012 |  0000029  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0013 |  0000030  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0014 |  0000031  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0015 |  0000032  |  1000000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
| 0016 |  0000033  |    10000   | 1000000 | 0800000 | 0600000 | 0800000 | 1000000 | 000000015 |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
MGX8850.6.AXSME.a > dspportsct cosb 1
+-------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [03] : COSB Parameters                |
+-------------------------------------------------------------+
|COSB| MIN-RATE| MAX-RATE| EXCESS | CELL DISC |    ERS    |CLR|
|NUM |         |         |PRIORITY| ALARM     |           |   |
+-------------------------------------------------------------+
|  1 |       0 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  2 |       6 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  3 |       6 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  4 |       6 |     100 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  5 |       0 |  100000 |     0  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  6 |       0 |  100000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  7 |       6 |  100000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  8 |       0 |  100000 |     0  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
|  9 |       6 |     100 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 10 |       0 | 1000000 |     0  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 11 |       1 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 12 |       0 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 13 |       0 |  100000 |     2  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 14 |       0 |  100000 |     2  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 15 |       6 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
| 16 |       6 | 1000000 |     1  | DISABLED  | DISABLED  |  6|
+------------------------------------------------------------+

dsppostresults

Display Power On Self-Test Results—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsppostresults command displays the results of power-on self tests that are run by the back-up boot code. The test results are stored, and you can subsequently view the results by using the dsppostresults command. See the display in the Example section for a list of the tests.

Syntax

dsppostresults

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the results of the power-on tests.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsppostresults

        Power On Self Test Results

Test Name                                Result     Description                 

BRAM Checksum                            PASS                               
QE Ram                                   PASS                               
CBC Ram                                  PASS                               
Ethernet Reg                             PASS                               
PCI-IDE Reg                              PASS                               
Clock Mux                                PASS                               
Framer 1 Access                          PASS                               
Framer 2 Access                          PASS                               
Framer 3 Access                          PASS                               
Framer 4 Access                          PASS                               
ATLAS 1 Ram                              PASS                               
ATLAS 2 Ram                              PASS                               
Hard Disk Access                         PASS 

dsppref

Display Preferred Route—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsppref command lets you displays details about a particular preferred route. The display shows the network elements (NEs) in the format specified when the route was created through the addpref command. For detailed information on the preferred routes feature, see the addpref description.

To see a list of all preferred routes, use the dspprefs command. Only nodes in the network node table can support preferred routes. If you do not know the nodes in the network node table, use the dspnwnodes command.

Syntax

dsppref <routeId>

Syntax Description

routeId

The route is an integer that identifies a route. To see a list of all preferred routes or routes associated with a particular switch, use the dspprefs command.

Range: 1-65535

Default: none


Related Commands

addpref, cnfpref, delpref, dspprefs, dspnwnode, dspnwnodes

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the following preferred routes: 150, 160, 170, 180, and 190.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsppref 150 
 
 route identifier:	150 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80406.003071f80406.01/12345678 
 ne2	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80411.003071f80411.01/12345643 
 ne3	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80422.003071f80422.01/12345113 
 
PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsppref 160 
 
 route identifier:	160 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	Fargo/1.2 
 ne2	Chicago/2:1.3:3 
 ne3	Denver/0 

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsppref 170 
 
 route identifier:	170 
 Number of nodes:	2 
 ne1	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80406.003071f80406.01/1.2 
 ne2	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80411.003071f80411.01/2:3.3 
 
PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsppref 180 
 
 route identifier:	180 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	Fargo/12345678 
 ne2	Austin/12345643 
 ne3	ElPaso/0 

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsppref 190 
 
 route identifier:	190 
 Number of nodes:	2 
 ne1		 56:160:47.009181000000003071f80406.003071f80406.01/12345678 
 ne2	 Seattle/2:3.3

dspprefs

Display Preferred Routes—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspprefs command lets you list all preferred routes or narrow the scope through a variety of filters. For detailed information on the preferred routes feature, see the addpref description.

Syntax

dspprefs [{ [ {[-nodeid <nodeId>] | [-nodename <nodeName>]}
[{[-pnportid <pnPortId>] | [-portid <portId>]}] ] |
[ {[-dstnodeid <dstnodeId>] | [-dstnodename <dstnodeName>]} ] }]

Syntax Description

-nodeid

The 22-octet unique identifier of a PNNI node.

-nodename

A string of up to 32 IA5 characters.

-pnportid

The PNNI logical port ID is an integer in the range 0-4294967295.

-portid

The PNNI physical port ID depends on the PXM and chassis, 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.

-dstnodeid

A 22-octect unique node identifier for the destination node in the preferred route.

-dstnodename

A string of up to 32, case-sensitive IA5 characters to specify the destination node name in the preferred roue.


Related Commands

addpref, cnfpref, delpref, dsppref, addnwnode, dspnwnodes. dspnwnode

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display all preferred routes. The display shows a total of 5000 routes, so this display is truncated.

p2spvc4.7.PXM.a > dspprefs

total number of preferred routes = 5000

Route Identifier: 1
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 2
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 3
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 4
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 5
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 6
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

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

Display preferred routes that contain the following node ID: 56:160:47.009181000000003071f80411.003071f80411.01.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dspprefs -nodeid 56:160:47.009181000000003071f80411.003071f80411.01 
 
 total number of preferred routes = 1 
 
 route identifier:	150 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80406.003071f80406.01/12345678 
 ne2	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80411.003071f80411.01/12345643 
 ne3	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80422.003071f80422.01/0 

Display all preferred routes that include the node name p2spvc4. The display is truncated.

p2spvc4.7.PXM.a > dspprefs -nodename p2spvc4

total number of preferred routes = 5000

Route Identifier: 1
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 2
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 3
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 4
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 5
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

Route Identifier: 6
DestNE position : 4
ne1               p2spvc4/5:1.2:2
ne2               pnnises2/14.2
ne3               p2spvc3/10:2.1:32
ne4               amakjup156/0

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

Display all preferred routes that include the node name Chicago and the physical port ID 2:1.3:3.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dspprefs -nodename Chicago -portId 2:1.3:3 
 
 total number of preferred routes = 1 
 
 route identifier:	160 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	Fargo/1.2 
 ne2	Chicago/2:1.3:3 
 ne3	Denver/0 

Display the preferred routes that include the destination node with the following node ID:
56:160:47.009181000000003071f80422.003071f80422.01

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dspprefs -dstnodeid 56:160:47.009181000000003071f80422.003071f80422.01 
 
 total number of preferred routes = 1 
 
 route identifier:	150 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80406.003071f80406.01/12345678 
 ne2	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80411.003071f80411.01/12345643 
 ne3	56:160:47.009181000000003071f80422.003071f80422.01/0 

Display the preferred routes that include the destination node with the node name ElPaso.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dspprefs -dstnodename ElPaso 
 
 total number of preferred routes = 1 
 
 route identifier:	190 
 Number of nodes:	3 
 ne1	Fargo/4:3.1:2 
 ne2	Chicago/1:2.3:4 
 ne3	ElPaso/0

dspprf

Display Profiler—PXM45. PXM1E

The dspprf command launches a facility called the profiler. It collects and displays statistics from resource usage. The resources include:

Message queue

Memory usage

Memory chunks

Additionally, the dspprfhist command displays CPU usage.


Caution The profiler is a facility intended for developers at Cisco Systems. Because of the possibly large CPU overhead involved with the profiler, using dspprf on an overloaded switch can have unpredictable and unacceptable consequences. For example, it could overwhelm a marginally functioning switch. For this reason, you should contact the TAC before using dspprf and never run it for exploratory or experimental reasons. For a safer look at system resources, use the Resource Monitoring commands ( cnfrmrsrc, dsprmalms, dsprmrsrc, dsprmrsrcs, and dsprminfo) or the dspprfhist command.

Syntax

dspprf <t | i> <m | n | q | r>

Syntax Description

t | i

This parameter determines the display option. For total display, type a "t." For an interval display, type an "i."

Note In the current release, only the "t" option is supported.

m | n | q |

This parameter determines which resource to display.

Note In the current release, only option m is supported.

m: Type an "m" for task-based memory usage. "Task" is also known as "process" in some other contexts, but they are interchangeable in this environment because the OS is not multi-threaded.

n: Memory chunk. In the current release, this option is not supported. Instead, use the following commands: dsprmrsrcs or dsprmrsrc <resource ID>.

q: Message queue profiler information. In the current release, this option is not supported. Instead, use the following commands: dspmsgqs or dspmsgq <Message Queue ID> <Level>

r: System services interface SSI memory information. In the current release, this option is not supported. Instead, use the following commands: dsprmrsrcs or dsprmrsrc <resource ID>.


Related Commands

dspprfhist, cnfrmrsrc, dsprmalms, dsprmrsrc, dsprmrsrcs, dsprminfo

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display task-based memory usage. The display is truncated.

The display for task-based memory usage has the following headings:

Block ("Blk"): The block column shows the number of successfully allocated memory blocks. This number includes all the system services interface (SSI) memory partitions, such as static partition, dynamic partition, SNMP partition, and statistics partition (if available). It excludes the memory blocks directly allocated from the OS memory partition.

Size: Sum of allocated memory.

Maximum block ("MaxBlk"): This number is the high water mark of allocated memory blocks. It indicates the highest level of the memory blocks' utilization up to the current moment.

Maximum size ("MaxSz"): This number is the high water mark of allocated memory. It indicates the maximum allocated memory up to the current moment.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dspprf t m
                       Blk       Size     MaxBlk      MaxSz
UNKOWN                   0          0          0          0
tRootTask               39   22114112        167   22129472
tLOGD                    0          0          0          0
tSAR                     0          0          0          0
tSCM                    99      13440        100      13776
tRPC                     1         96          1         96
tSarDisp                 0          0          0          0
tQe0Task                 0          0          0          0
tQe1Task                 0          0          0          0
tChunkMon                0          0          0          0
ctc                      3       9040          3       9040
tExcTask                 0          0          0          0
tLogTask                 0          0          0          0
tRlogind                 0          0          0          0
tWdbTask                 0          0          0          0
tNetTask                 0          0          0          0
FtpdTask                 0          0          0          0
tPortmapd                0          0          0          0
ShelfMgr               142      87536        142      90496
IPC Ctl                  0          0          0          0
tSyncRamDb               1      13024          1      13024
IPC_NameSvr             58      60448         58      60448
basicCli                 0          0          0          0
basicIn                  4       4112          7       5760
tmon                     0          0          1        208
shmDiskHdlr              0          0          1       3984
tShmPing                 0          0          0          0
dbClnt                 511     103808        530     115056
dbSvr                   90     556080         90     556080
FileAccSrv               0          0          1       8256
HwMonitor               10       2112         13       2400
dbSvrVal                 0          0          0          0
dbSvrIO                  0          0          0          0
dbSvrSync              352    1138064        364    1164512
dbSvrVerf                0          0          0          0
tSyserrd                 2        192          3        288
tCliIOtimer              1         96          2        192
Autocard                 4        560          5        656
NwClockMgr               0          0          0          0
SysDiag                  0          0          0          0
tRed                     1         96          1         96
lsmProxy                 0          0          0          0
tsctfmgr                 0          0          1      15072
tLMServer                2        384          3       8224
tLMSubTask               0          0          0          0
rmonTask                 0          0          0          0
FTM                     67       5904         67       5904
StatUpldMgr            601      67328        602      67504
StatFileMgr             84       7040         84       7040
emRoot                  12    2788864         13    2789104
PnProot                  4     161936          8     162416
snmpRat                  1        208          1        208
ilmiRat                  1        176          2        256
cliRat                   1        208          2        288
lmiRootTask              1    1024064          2    1026064
ipconn                   0          0          0          0
TrapRat                  1        176          2        256
cmRat                    1        256          2        336
Pxm1eOnline              0          0          0          0
ProxyRat                 1        128          1        128
CutRat                   1        240          2        320
FMRoot                   0          0          0          0
namTask                  1         96          3        352
SERAT                    1        128          1        128
tRMM                  2244     316048       2246     755856
tRVT                     6       1376          7      49440
tSrbm                    0          0          0          0
tSrme                    0          0          0          0
tSrmct                   0          0          1        224
SrmTopBayOn              0          0          0          0
tBertd                   0          0          0          0
tCrdmp                   0          0          0          0
CCMA_Task                0          0          0          0
snmpDataSvr              0          0          0          0
tIpcZoneMgr              0          0          0          0
tIpcTimer                0          0          0          0
tIpcDeferre              0          0          0          0
tIpcServer              12       4448         13       4544
tIpcTimer64              0          0          0          0
tRvtSnmp                 0          0          0          0
tRpmRsncMsg              0          0          0          0
hw_timer_Ta              0          0          0          0
hw_10msTime              0          0          0          0
tDispatch                0          0          0          0
tSrmeAPSPro              0          0          0          0
pnPnni                  92    3405280         95    3405824
dcTask0                  0          0          0          0
sfpMonTask0              0          0          0          0
csmiTask                 1         96          2        192
OnlineSubTa              0          0          0          0
smgr                     0          0          0          0

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

dspprfhist

Display Profiler History—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspprfhist command displays CPU usage. The information consists of a percent of CPU time used by individual tasks. The information appears in "buckets" (see Example). You can specify the maximum number of "CPU utilization information" buckets that are displayed. Each bucket reflects the overall CPU utilization of the tasks in a five-second polling interval.


Note This command applies primarily to internal Cisco developers.


Syntax

dspprfhist [buckets]

Syntax Description

buckets

Optional number of buckets to display. If you do not specify the number of buckets, the command displays a maximum of 10 buckets.

Note Although the on-line help for this command refers to this option as "intervals," the option is "buckets."

Range: 1-120

Default: 10


Related Commands

dspprf, cnfrmrsrc, dsprmalms, dsprmrsrc, dsprmrsrcs, dsprminfo

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the CPU usage history. The display is truncated after to screen iterations because the switch is idle, so the screen contents are redundant.


Note The total percent of CPU usage does not necessarily equal 100 because only the three busiest tasks are displayed.


Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspprfhist
CURRENT TIME         08:48:54
Sample #     0
08:48:15(From)-08:48:35(To)
TASK                 TaskId           %
---------------------------------------
INTERRUPT            -           0.0000
KERNEL               -           0.0000
IDLE                 -          99.0000
UNKOWN               -           0.0000
tChunkMon            16          0.0000
tNetTask             21          0.0000

Sample #    -1

08:47:55(From)-08:48:15(To)
TASK                 TaskId           %
---------------------------------------
INTERRUPT            -           0.0000
KERNEL               -           0.0000
IDLE                 -          99.0000
UNKOWN               -           0.0000
tChunkMon            16          0.0000

Sample #    -2

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dspprfx

Display Prefix—PXM45, PXM1E

Display the ILMI address prefixes for a port.

Syntax

dspprfx <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

addprfx, delprfx

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all ILMI address prefixes for port 4:1.1:11.

SanJose.7.PXM.a > dspprfx 4:1.1:11
ILMI Configured Port Prefix(es):
47.0091.8100.0000.0000.0ca7.9e01
  88.8888.8888.0000.0000.0000.0000

SanJose.7.PXM.a >

dsppri-routing

Display Priority Routing—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsppri-routing command displays the node-level configuration for the bandwidth and timer values that apply to the Priority Routing Feature. (The actual priority of an SPVC or SPVP is assigned through the addcon or cnfcon command.) For detailed information on the Priority Routing feature, see the description of the cnfpri-routing command.

Syntax

dsppri-routing

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

cnfpri-routing, dspcon, dspcons, dsppncon, dsppncons, addcon, cnfcon, cnfpnportsig, dsppnportsig, cnfpnportcac, dsppnportcac, dsppnport

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the node-level configuration for the Priority Routing feature. It appears that no configuration has occurred because the values are the defaults.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dsppri-routing

Priority Routing Configuration
--------------------------------
Number of bandwidth groups: 20
Size of first bandwidth group (in cps): 5000
Increment between bandwidth groups (in cps): 1000
Routing event buffer size (in 0.1-seconds): 0  
Node startup routing delay (in 0.1-seconds): 0   

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

dsppswdreset

Display Password Reset—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsppswdreset command lets you see whether the series of keys is enabled that resets the node to the Cisco default password. See the cnfpswdreset description.

Syntax

dsppswdreset

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfpswdreset

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Check the status of the sequence of keys that resets the node password to the Cisco default.

pop20one.7.PXM.a > dsppswdreset
Password Reset feature currently enabled

dsppvcif

Display PVC Interface—PXM45, PXM1E

Display details about the PVC interface for IP connectivity. The output shows the:

Interface type on which the PVC connections exists. Possible types are:

ATM (atm0 in the output)

Ethernet (lnPcio0 in the output)

SLIP interface (sl0 in the output)

Alarms, if any

The operational state

Flags specified for the PVC support (through the pvcifconfig command)

The number of logical connection numbers (LCNs) in the receive and transmit direction)

Numbers in input and output frames

Syntax

dsppvcif

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspipif, pvcifconfig, ipifconfig, dspipifcache

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current ATM interface state.

orioses5.1.PXM.a > dsppvcif
orioses5                         System Rev: 01.00   Aug. 10, 2000 18:36:01 GMT
SES-CNTL                                             Node Alarm: NONE
IP CONNECTIVITY PVC CACHE
--------------------------------------------------------------------
atm (unit number 0):
    Feeder VPI.VCI: 3.8
        Flags:           (0x38) VCMUX,PVC,FEEDER
        State:           (0x1) UP
        RxLCN:           722           TxLCN:            32776
        LCNindex:        0             Feeder Name:      svcbpx16
        Input Frames:    10            Output Frames:    10
        Input Errors:    0             Output Errors:    0 

dspqosdefault

Display Quality of Service Defaults—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspqosdefault command shows whether defaults exist for individual quality of service (QoS) parameters and the values for any existing defaults.

Syntax

dspqosdefault

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

clrqosdefault, cnfqosdefault

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the enables and settings for default QoS values on the switch.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dspqosdefault


Service Category = cbr                        Qos Default Enable = no

MaxCTD =           Not Provisioned            ppCDV  =             Not Provisioned
MaxClrClp0 =       Not Provisioned            MaxClrClp01 =        Not Provisioned


Service Category = rt-vbr                     Qos Default Enable = no

MaxCTD =           Not Provisioned            ppCDV  =             Not Provisioned
MaxClrClp0 =       Not Provisioned            MaxClrClp01 =        Not Provisioned


Service Category = nrt-vbr                    Qos Default Enable = no

MaxCTD =           Not Provisioned            ppCDV  =             Not Provisioned
MaxClrClp0 =       Not Provisioned            MaxClrClp01 =        Not Provisioned

Unknown.8.PXM.a >

dspred

Display Redundancy—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspred command displays the configuration for card-level redundancy in the slots where this redundancy exists.


Note 1:N redundancy requires a Service Resource Module (SRME or SRM-3T3) in the switch.


Syntax

dspred

Related Commands

addred, delred, switchredcd

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example (PXM45)

Display redundancy on the switch. This example comes from a MGX 8850 node with a PXM45.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspred
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 03.00   Apr. 25, 2002 17:11:39 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Logical   Primary          Secondary            Card     Redundancy 
Slot   Slot     Card     Slot       Red         Type        Type      
                State              State                                    
-----  ----- ----------- ----  ------------ ------------ ----------   
  1     1    Active       2     Standby      AXSM             NO REDUN 
  7     7    Standby      8     Active       PXM45            NO REDUN 

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

Example (PXM1E)

Display redundancy on the switch. This example comes from an MGX 8850 node with a PXM1E.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspred
Unknown                          System Rev: 03.00   Apr. 25, 2002 16:41:16 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Logical   Primary          Secondary            Card     Redundancy  
Slot   Slot     Card     Slot       Red         Type        Type      
                State              State                                    
-----  ----- ----------- ----  ------------ ------------ ----------   
  7     7    Active       8     Empty Resvd  PXM1E            1:1      
  15    15   Empty        16    Empty        SRM              1:1      
  31    31   Active       32    Empty        SRME-1OC3        1:1      

Unknown.7.PXM.a > 

dsprevs

Display Revisions—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprevs command shows the current versions of firmware for all slots.

The optional parameter for this command lets you see the status of a revision change. Slight variations exist in the display with and without the optional parameter:

Without the parameter, dsprevs shows the versions of boot firmware as well as primary and secondary runtime firmware.

With the optional -status parameter (or just -s), dsprevs shows the current runtime firmware version, the primary and secondary runtime firmware versions, and the status of the revision change—but not the boot firmware version.

The dsprevs command helps you observe the progress of an upgrade. When a revision change is in progress, the Rev Change Status column shows the command for the active process—loadrev for example—for the affected slot and whether the process is an upgrade ("U") or a downgrade ("D"). Usually, a revision change is an upgrade rather than a downgrade. The Rev Change Status column also shows when the revision command is in progress and subsequently when it is done.

The dspcds command shows the status of each card and its slot configuration in the switch. During an upgrade, the card eventually is reset. In a graceful upgrade, the runrev command resets the command. In the case of a forced revision change, the setrev command resets the card.

For information on graceful firmware upgrades, see loadrev, runrev, commitrev, and dspversion.


Note The portion of the display that shows slots 17-32 is reserved for future use.


Syntax

dsprevs [-status]

Syntax Description

-status

Cause the display to show the status of a firmware revision change.


Related Commands

runrev, loadrev, dspversion, dspcd, dspcds


Note The dspcd and dspcds commands show a firmware revision change in progress with a U (for upgrade) or D (for downgrade).


Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display firmware versions and include status of any firmware upgrades. Note that the display shows the logical slot number 7 for physical slot 8. The display shows that no firmware upgrades are in progress. If an upgrade were in progress on slots 7 and 8 and the present command were loadrev, the Rev Change Status column would show "Loadrev in prog-U."

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dsprevs -s
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Oct. 21, 2001 19:04:09 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Phy. Log. Cur Sw           Prim Sw          Sec Sw           Rev Chg           
Slot Slot Revision         Revision         Revision         Status            
---- ---- --------         --------         --------         -------           

01   01   2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     ---               
02   02   ---              ---              ---              ---               
03   03   2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     ---               
04   04   ---              ---              ---              ---               
05   05   2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     ---               
06   06   2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     2.1(70.58)P2     ---               
07   07   2.1(70.58)A      2.1(70.58)A      2.1(70.58)A      ---               
08   07   2.1(70.58)A      2.1(70.58)A      2.1(70.58)A      ---               
09   09   ---              ---              ---              ---               
10   10   ---              ---              ---              ---               
11   11   ---              ---              ---              ---               
12   12   ---              ---              ---              ---               
13   13   ---              ---              ---              ---               
14   14   ---              ---              ---              ---               

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > 

Display revisions.

M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Oct. 21, 2001 19:05:23 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Physical  Logical   Inserted       Cur Sw              Boot FW             
Slot      Slot      Card           Revision            Revision            
--------  -------   --------       --------            --------            

01        01        AXSM_4OC12     2.1(70.58)P2        2.1(70.58)A         
02        02        ---            ---                 ---                 
03        03        AXSM_4OC12     2.1(70.58)P2        2.1(70.58)A         
04        04        ---            ---                 ---                 
05        05        AXSME_2OC12    2.1(70.58)P2        2.1(70.58)A         
06        06        AXSM_16OC3_B   2.1(70.58)P2        2.1(70.58)A         
07        07        PXM45          2.1(70.58)A         2.1(70.58)A         
08        07        PXM45          2.1(70.58)A         2.1(70.58)A         
09        09        RPM_PR         ---                 ---                 
10        10        ---            ---                 ---                 
11        11        ---            ---                 ---                 
12        12        ---            ---                 ---                 
13        13        ---            ---                 ---                 
14        14        ---            ---                 ---                 

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > 

The next examples show an RPM-XF. For the first example, display revisions without the parameter.

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dsprevs
Unknown              System Rev:03.00   Jan. 29, 2002 16:49:49 GMT
MGX8850                                     Node Alarm:MAJOR
Phy. Log. Inserted       Cur Sw              Boot FW
Slot Slot Card           Revision            Revision
---- ---- --------       --------            --------

01   01   ---            ---                 ---
02   02   ---            ---                 ---
03   03   ---            ---                 ---
04   04   ---            ---                 ---
05   06   ---            ---                 ---
06   06   RPM_XF         IOSver              IOSver
          Cur SW Rev: 12.2(20020125:024232)
          Boot FW Rev:12.2(20020125:024232)
07   07   PXM45B         3.0(0.0)D           3.0(0.100)A
08   07   PXM45B         3.0(0.0)D           3.0(0.100)A
09   09   ---            ---                 ---
10   10   AXSM_16OC3     3.0(0.160)A         3.0(0.160)A
11   11   ---            ---                 ---
12   12   RPM_PR         12.2(8)YP           12.2(8)YP
13   13   RPM_XF         12.2(8)YP           12.2(8)YP
14   14   ---            ---                 ---
15   15   ---            ---                 ---
16   16   ---            ---                 ---
17   17   ---            ---                 ---
18   18   ---            ---                 ---
19   19   ---            ---                 ---
20   20   ---            ---                 ---
21   21   ---            ---                 ---
22   22   ---            ---                 ---
23   23   ---            ---                 ---
24   24   ---            ---                 ---
25   25   ---            ---                 ---
26   26   ---            ---                 ---
27   27   ---            ---                 ---
28   28   ---            ---                 ---
29   29   ---            ---                 ---
30   30   ---            ---                 ---
31   31   ---            ---                 ---
32   32   ---            ---                 ---

Unknown.8.PXM.a > dsprevs -s
Unknown            System Rev:03.00   Jan. 29, 200217:12:41 GMT
MGX8850                                    Node Alarm:MAJOR
Phy. Log. Cur Sw           Prim Sw          Sec Sw           Rev Chg
Slot Slot Revision         Revision         Revision         Status
---- ---- --------         --------         --------         -------

01   01   ---              ---              ---              ---
02   02   ---              ---              ---              ---
03   03   ---              ---              ---              ---
04   04   ---              ---              ---              ---
05   06   ---              ---              ---              ---
06   06   IOSver           IOSver           IOSver           ---
          Cur SW Rev: 12.2(20020125:024232)
          Prim SW Rev:---
          Sec SW Rev: ---
07   07   3.0(0.0)D        3.0(0.0)D        3.0(0.0)D        ---
08   07   3.0(0.0)D        3.0(0.0)D        3.0(0.0)D        ---
09   09   ---              ---              ---              ---
10   10   3.0(0.160)A      3.0(0.160)A      3.0(0.160)A      ---
11   11   ---              ---              ---              ---
12   12   12.2(8)YP        ---              ---              ---
13   13   12.2(8)YP        ---              ---              ---
14   14   ---              ---              ---              ---
15   15   ---              ---              ---              ---
16   16   ---              ---              ---              ---
17   17   ---              ---              ---              ---
18   18   ---              ---              ---              ---
19   19   ---              ---              ---              ---
20   20   ---              ---              ---              ---
21   21   ---              ---              ---              ---
22   22   ---              ---              ---              ---
23   23   ---              ---              ---              ---
24   24   ---              ---              ---              ---
25   25   ---              ---              ---              ---
26   26   ---              ---              ---              ---
27   27   ---              ---              ---              ---
28   28   ---              ---              ---              ---
29   29   ---              ---              ---              ---
30   30   ---              ---              ---              ---
31   31   ---              ---              ---              ---
32   32   ---              ---              ---              ---

dsprmalms

Display Resource Monitoring Alarms—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprmalms command displays alarms related to resource monitoring. See the cnfrmrsrc description for details about the resource monitoring feature.

Syntax

dsprmalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfrmrsrc, dsprmrscs, dsprmrsrc, dsprminfo

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current resource monitoring information.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmalms
==================[Resource Monitoring Alarm ]=======================
ID    Name                 Critical:     Major:      Minor:    
----------------------------------------------------------------------
0     SSI Static Memory                   0           0             0 
1     SSI dynamic Memory                  0           0             0 
2     SSI stats Memory                    0           0             0 
3     SSI snmp Memory                     0           0             0 
4     SSI IPC Small Buffer                0           0             0 
5     SSI IPC Medium Buffer               0           0             0 
6     SSI IPC Large Buffer                0           0             0 
7     SSI IPC Huge Buffer                 0           0             0 
8     SSI IPC mblk Buffer                 0           0             0 
9     Hard Disk Space - C:                0           0             0 
10    Hard Disk Space - D:                0           0             0 
11    Hard Disk Space - E:                0           0             0 
12    Hard Disk Space - F:                0           0             0 
13    CPU Peak Utilization                0           0             0 
14    System Memory                       0           0             0 
15    SSI Timer                           0           0             0 
16    SSI File Descriptor                 0           0             0 
17    VxWorks File Descriptor             0           0             0 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
TOTAL:    Critical: 0      Major: 0       Minor:0

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > 

dsprminfo

Display Resource Monitoring Information—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprminfo command displays information about the system monitoring feature. Note that this display does not show the monitored resources but rather the activity of the resource monitor. See the example for the dsprminfo display contents.

For the resources that are monitored and the configuration of the monitoring activities, see the descriptions of the following commands: dsprmrscs, dsprmrsrc, dsprmalms, and cnfrmrsrc.

Syntax

dsprminfo

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfrmrsrc, dsprmrscs, dsprmrsrc, dsprmalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current resource monitoring information.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprminfo
============[Task Info]==================  
numOfRsrcs   : 18         Attempt       : 0         
actInterval  : 1          maxTrapResend : 10        
trapInterval : 300        alarmCriCnt   : 0         
alarmMajCnt  : 0          alarmMinCnt   : 0         

============[statistics]==================  
pollTotalCnt            : 3054286    pollFailCnt                : 0         
pollOkCnt               : 3054286    pollNumFuncCnt             : 0         
pollOk2LowCnt           : 0          pollOk2MedCnt              : 0         
pollMed2LowCnt          : 0          pollLow2OkCnt              : 0         
pollMed2OkCnt           : 0          pollTimerTimeoutcnt        : 3054289   
pollTimeoutRsrcNullCnt  : 0          pollTimerSucceedScheduleCnt: 3054289   
pollTimerFailScheduleCnt: 0          pollTimerUnexpectedCnt     : 0         

alarmUpdateTotalCnt     : 0          alarmUpdateSucceedCnt      : 0         
alarmUpdateFailCnt      : 0         
trapTimerTimeoutCnt     : 0          trapTimerUnexpected        : 0         
trapTimerSuccScheduleCnt: 0          trapTimerFailScheduleCnt   : 0         
actSucceedCnt           : 3983837    actFailCnt                 : 0         
actTimerTimeoutCnt      : 3983853    actTimerUnexpectedCnt      : 0         
actTimerOkScheduleCnt   : 3983853     actTimerFailScheduleCnt   : 0         
unknownTimerCnt         : 0          comEpWaitBreak              : 0          

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > 

dsprmrsrc

Display Resource Monitor by Resource—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprmrsrc command displays details about each system resource that is being monitored. The Example section shows the categories of information monitored for each resource. You can configure the monitoring of each resource (not the resource itself) by using the cnfrmrsrc command. You can view high-level information about all monitored resources by using the dsprmrsrcs command.

Syntax

dsprmrsrc <rsrcId>

Syntax Description

rsrcId

The range for resource identifiers varies with the processor card, as follows:

PXM45: 0-16

PXM1E: 0-17


Related Commands

cnfrmrsrc, dsprmrscs, dsprminfo, dsprmalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display each monitored resource. Note that this series of screens is taken from a PXM1E. In the current release, the PXM1E has one more monitored resource than the PXM45: SSI statistical memory.

The series starts with SSI static memory.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 0
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI Static Memory     state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 300974080             Cur size : 245114656(Byte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 245114656 
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 28893480   Medium threshold value: 31301270  
 High threshold value    : 33709060   Low threshold percent : 60        
Medium threshold percent: 70         High threshold percent: 80        

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132074       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
Largest Free Size: 245114608 
Critical priority alloc: 521          Critical alloc fail: 0        
High priority alloc:     1267         High alloc fail:     0        
Low priority alloc:      857          Low alloc fail:      0        

Display SSI dynamic memory.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 1
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI dynamic Memory    state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 41041920              Cur size : 38134320(Byte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 38132576  
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 7387440    Medium threshold value: 8003060   
 High threshold value    : 8618680    Low threshold percent : 120       
Medium threshold percent: 130        High threshold percent: 140       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132074       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
Largest Free Size: 38130288 
Critical priority alloc: 486          Critical alloc fail: 0        
High priority alloc:     6673458      High alloc fail:     0        
Low priority alloc:      555865       Low alloc fail:      0        

Display SSI dynamic statistical memory. This resource is visible on the PXM1E only.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 2
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI stats Memory      state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 27361280              Cur size : 27361280(Byte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 27361280  
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 328320     Medium threshold value: 355680    
 High threshold value    : 383040     Low threshold percent : 12        
Medium threshold percent: 13         High threshold percent: 14        


===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        


===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132074       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
Largest Free Size: 15605328 
Critical priority alloc: 0            Critical alloc fail: 0        
High priority alloc:     0            High alloc fail:     0        
Low priority alloc:      0            Low alloc fail:      0        

Display SSI SNMP memory.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 3
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI snmp Memory       state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 27361280              Cur size : 24710256(Byte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 24710256  
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 1641600    Medium threshold value: 1778400   
 High threshold value    : 1915200    Low threshold percent : 60        
Medium threshold percent: 70         High threshold percent: 80        

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132074       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
Largest Free Size: 24494256 
Critical priority alloc: 0            Critical alloc fail: 0        
High priority alloc:     1364264405     High alloc fail:     0        
Low priority alloc:      0            Low alloc fail:      0        

Display SSI IPC small buffer.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 4
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI IPC Small Buffer  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 7500                  Cur size : 7496(Buf)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 7476      
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 2250       Medium threshold value: 2437      
 High threshold value    : 2625       Low threshold percent : 300       
Medium threshold percent: 320        High threshold percent: 350       



===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132074       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
alloc ok:  141797798     alloc fail: 0        
free  ok:  141797794     free  fail: 0        
corrupts:  0       

Display SSI IPC medium buffer.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 5
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI IPC Medium Buffer state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 3000                  Cur size : 3000(Buf)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 2991      
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 900        Medium threshold value: 975       
 High threshold value    : 1050       Low threshold percent : 300       
Medium threshold percent: 320        High threshold percent: 350       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132074       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
alloc ok:  55542559     alloc fail: 0        
free  ok:  55542559     free  fail: 0        
corrupts:  0

Display SSI IPC large buffer,

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 6
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI IPC Large Buffer  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 900                   Cur size : 900(Buf)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 899       
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 270        Medium threshold value: 292       
 High threshold value    : 315        Low threshold percent : 300       
Medium threshold percent: 320        High threshold percent: 350       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        


===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132075       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
alloc ok:  7784085      alloc fail: 0        
free  ok:  7784085      free  fail: 0        
corrupts:  0

Display SSI IPC large buffer.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 7
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI IPC Huge Buffer   state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 3000                  Cur size : 2768(Buf)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 2614      
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 900        Medium threshold value: 975       
 High threshold value    : 1050       Low threshold percent : 300       
Medium threshold percent: 320        High threshold percent: 350       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132075       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================
alloc ok:  23810034     alloc fail: 0        
free  ok:  23809802     free  fail: 0        
corrupts:  0

Display SSI IPC m-block buffer.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 8
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI IPC mblk Buffer   state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 15150                 Cur size : 14914(Buf)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 14740     
Threshold Type          : value                 poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 1816       Medium threshold value: 1967      
 High threshold value    : 2119       Low threshold percent : 120       
Medium threshold percent: 130        High threshold percent: 140       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132075       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        


===================[Others]==================
alloc ok:  256341784     alloc fail: 0        
free  ok:  256341548     free  fail: 0        
corrupts:  0       

Display monitored information for logical disk C.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 9
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : Hard Disk Space - C:  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 800                   Cur size : 755(MByte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 755       
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 80         Medium threshold value: 120       
 High threshold value    : 160        Low threshold percent : 100       
Medium threshold percent: 150        High threshold percent: 200       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132076       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

Display monitored information for logical disk D.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 10
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : Hard Disk Space - D:  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 600                   Cur size : 425(MByte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 425       
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 30         Medium threshold value: 42        
 High threshold value    : 60         Low threshold percent : 50        
Medium threshold percent: 70         High threshold percent: 100       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132076       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

Display monitored information for logical disk E.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 11
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : Hard Disk Space - E:  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 100                   Cur size : 86(MByte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 86        
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 5          Medium threshold value: 7         
 High threshold value    : 10         Low threshold percent : 50        
Medium threshold percent: 70         High threshold percent: 100       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132076       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

Display monitored information for logical disk F.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 12
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : Hard Disk Space - F:  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 1000                  Cur size : 999(MByte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 999       
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 100        Medium threshold value: 150       
 High threshold value    : 200        Low threshold percent : 100       
Medium threshold percent: 150        High threshold percent: 200       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132076       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

Display CPU peak utilization.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 13
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : CPU Peak Utilization  state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 1000                  Cur size : 990(%)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 360       
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 5                
Low threshold value     : 50         Medium threshold value: 70        
 High threshold value    : 100        Low threshold percent : 50        
Medium threshold percent: 70         High threshold percent: 100       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 792456       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

Display monitoring of system memory.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 14
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : System Memory         state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 38447712              Cur size : 32222016(Byte)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 32172336  
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 3844700    Medium threshold value: 4613640   
 High threshold value    : 5767050    Low threshold percent : 100       
Medium threshold percent: 120        High threshold percent: 150       

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132077       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 15
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI Timer             state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 1000                  Cur size : 936(/)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 934       
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 50         Medium threshold value: 60        
 High threshold value    : 80         Low threshold percent : 50        
Medium threshold percent: 60         High threshold percent: 80        

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132077       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 16
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : SSI File Descriptor   state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 4160                  Cur size : 3960(/)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 3960      
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 208        Medium threshold value: 249       
 High threshold value    : 332        Low threshold percent : 50        
Medium threshold percent: 60         High threshold percent: 80        

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132077       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrc 17
==================[Resource Infomation]================
name    : VxWorks File Descriptor state    : OK                        
Maximum size            : 500                   Cur size : 372(/)
ignoreMed               : NO                    LowWaterMark : 371       
Threshold Type          : percent               poll interval: 30               
Low threshold value     : 25         Medium threshold value: 32        
 High threshold value    : 40         Low threshold percent : 50        
Medium threshold percent: 60         High threshold percent: 80        

===================[Action Info]==================
            Send                 Alarm 
            Trap             Critical Major  Minor 
-------------------------------------------------
Low Action: yes            no        yes       no        
Med Action: yes            no        no        yes       
Ok Action : yes            no        yes       no        

===================[Statistics]===================
total poll: 132077       failed poll: 0        
ok to low : 0            ok to med  : 0        
med to low: 0            low to ok  : 0        
med to ok : 0        
===================[Others]==================

dsprmrsrcs

Display Resource Monitor Resources—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprmrsrcs command displays general, high-level information about the system resources that are being monitored. The Example section shows the categories of information monitored for each resource. You can configure the monitoring of each resource (not the resource itself) by using the cnfrmrsrc command. You can see detailed information about a specific monitored resources by using the dsprmrsrc command.

Syntax

dsprmrsrcs

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfrmrsrc, dsprmrsrc, dsprminfo, dsprmalms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all monitored resources.

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > dsprmrsrcs
Id   Name                    Max       Unit    State   Size               Thresh            Enable
                             Size                                 Low       Med       High         
==================================================================================================
0    SSI Static Memory        300974080 Byte    OK      245114656 28893480  31301270  33709060  ON  
1    SSI dynamic Memory       41041920  Byte    OK      38132560  7387440   8003060   8618680   ON  
2    SSI stats Memory         27361280  Byte    OK      27361280  328320    355680    383040    OFF 
3    SSI snmp Memory          27361280  Byte    OK      24710256  1641600   1778400   1915200   ON  
4    SSI IPC Small Buffer     7500      Buf     OK      7496      2250      2437      2625      ON  
5    SSI IPC Medium Buffer    3000      Buf     OK      3000      900       975       1050      ON  
6    SSI IPC Large Buffer     900       Buf     OK      900       270       292       315       ON  
7    SSI IPC Huge Buffer      3000      Buf     OK      2768      900       975       1050      ON  
8    SSI IPC mblk Buffer      15150     Buf     OK      14914     1816      1967      2119      ON  
9    Hard Disk Space - C:     800       MByte   OK      755       80        120       160       ON  
10   Hard Disk Space - D:     600       MByte   OK      425       30        42        60        ON  
11   Hard Disk Space - E:     100       MByte   OK      86        5         7         10        ON  
12   Hard Disk Space - F:     1000      MByte   OK      999       100       150       200       ON  
13   CPU Peak Utilization     1000      %       OK      940       50        70        100       ON  
14   System Memory            38447712  Byte    OK      32222016  3844700   4613640   5767050   ON  
15   SSI Timer                1000      /       OK      936       50        60        80        ON  
16   SSI File Descriptor      4160      /       OK      3960      208       249       332       ON  
17   VxWorks File Descriptor  500       /       OK      372       25        32        40        ON  

M8830_SF.2.PXM.a > 

dsprrtparm

Display Reroute Parameters—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprrtparm command shows the current slow interval time and fast timer base. See the description of cnfrrtparm for the function of these intervals.

Syntax

dsprrtparm

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfrrtparm

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current, global reroute parameters for SPVCs. The parameters are the defaults.

8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dsprrtparm

Global SPVC Retry Parameters: 
--------------------------------
Slow Retry Interval: 60 sec

Fast Retry Interval Base: 50 (in 100 msec)

dsprscprtn

Display Resource Partition—PXM1E

Displays information about a resource partition. The displayed information is shown in the example.


Note The dsppart and dsprscprtn commands are identical. The name `dsprscprtn' is consistent with the corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.


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

Syntax

dsprscprtn <ifNum> <partId>

Syntax Description

ifNum

The range for logical interface is 1-31.

partId

The range for partition identifier is 1-20.


Related Commands

addrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, delrscprtn, dsprscprtns

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display configuration for partition 1 on logical port 1.

MGX8850.7.PXM1E.a > dsprscprtn 1 1
  Interface Number               : 1
  Partition Id                   : 1        Number of SPVC: 0
  Controller Id                  : 2        Number of SPVP: 0
  egr Guaranteed bw(.0001percent): 1000000  Number of SVC : 2
  egr Maximum bw(.0001percent)   : 1000000
  ing Guaranteed bw(.0001percent): 1000000
  ing Maximum bw(.0001percent)   : 1000000
  min vpi                        : 0
  max vpi                        : 4095
  min vci                        : 33
  max vci                        : 65535
  guaranteed connections         : 1000
  maximum connections            : 32000 maximum connections            : 4000

dsprscprtns

Display Resource Partitions—PXM1E

Display information for all the resource partitions on the current card. The displayed information appears the example.

For information on specific elements of a resource partition, see the description of addrscprtn.


Note The dspparts and dsprscprtns commands are identical. The name `dsprscprtn' is consistent with the corresponding command in Release 1 of the MGX 8850 switch. You can use either command.


Syntax

dsprscprtns

Related Commands

addrscprtn, delrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


\

Example

Display all resource partitions.

PhattyEmre.2.PXM.a > dspparts
if  part Ctlr egr     egr     ingr    ingr    min max   min   max  min   max
Num ID   ID   GuarBw  MaxBw   GuarBw  MaxBw   vpi vpi   vci   vci  conn  conn
             (.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)(.0001%)  
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1   1    2 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000    0  255     1 65535    100    200

PhattyEmre.2.PXM.a > 

dsprteoptcnf

Display Route Optimization Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprteoptcnf command displays the current configuration for route optimization for a particular PNNI port. The node-level thresholds come from the cnfrteoptthld command. The port-level enabling, VPI/VCI range, and time for grooming come from the cnfrteopt command.

The dsprteoptcnf display shows the following:

The node-level threshold for route optimization as a percent of reduction for the routing cost

The node-level absolute re-route threshold for each service class

The PNNI physical port ID

Enable status of optimization at the port level

The VPI/VCI range

Interval between times that optimization begins

Start and stop times for route optimization


Note For a display of the node-level route optimization thresholds, use the dsprteoptcnf command.


Syntax

dsprteoptcnf <portid>

Syntax Description

portid

If you do not specify a port, the display shows the configuration for all ports.

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

cnfrteopt, opte, dsprteoptstat, cnfrteoptthld

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current route optimization configuration for port: 10:1.1:1.

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > dsprteoptcnf 10:1.1:1
Route Optimization Configuration:
---------------------------------
Percentage Reduction Threshold:   15
Absolute Cost-CBR:                 0
Absolute Cost-UBR:                 0
Absolute Cost-ABR:                 0
Absolute Cost-NRTVBR:              0
Absolute Cost-RTVBR:               0

Port           Enable   VPI/VCI Range    Interval   Time Range  
10:1.1:1       no       

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > 

dsprteoptstat

Display Route Optimization Status—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsprteoptstat command displays the current percent of route-cost reduction and absolute grooming thresholds for the node. This percent is a threshold that PNNI requires to determine that a route costs sufficiently less to warrant re-routing. The percent and absolute grooming threshold apply to all connections on the node. The default percent is 30%, and the absolute grooming thresholds have a default of 0. You can configure these thresholds through the cnfrteoptthld command. For more details on route optimization, see the cnfrteopt description.

Syntax

dsprteoptstat

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfrteopt, cnfrteoptthld, optrte, dsprteoptstat

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current route optimization for the switch. A percent of improvement but not absolute grooming thresholds have been configured.

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > dsprteoptstat
Route Optimization Configuration:
---------------------------------
Percentage Reduction Threshold:   50
Absolute Cost-CBR:              0
Absolute Cost-UBR:              0
Absolute Cost-ABR:              0
Absolute Cost-NRTVBR:           0
Absolute Cost-RTVBR:            0

Route Optimization Status
---------------------------------

p2spvc14.8.PXM.a > 

dspsct

Display SCT—PXM1E

Display the contents of a port-level service class template (SCT). For more information on SCTs, see the addport description. Also, see the description of SCTs in the switch software configuration guide.

With the dspsct command, you can display:

Port SCTs

A particular SCT template

A section within the SCT (see Syntax Description for an explanation)


Note Currently, the system does not support certain parameters in the service class templates (SCTs), so you can specify them through addcon, cnfcon, or Cisco WAN Manager.
These parameters are (when applicable) PCR, SCR, and ICR.


Syntax

dspsct <abr | gen | cosb | vcThr | cosThr> <sctID> <port | card>
<oc12 | oc3 | t3plpc | t3adm | e3 | t1 | e1>

Syntax Description

abr

gen

cosb

vcThr

cosThr

A specific part of the SCT, as follows:

abr: available bit rate

gen: general VC

cosb: class of service buffer

vcThr: VC thresholds

cosThr: COSB thresholds

sctID

SCT identifier in the range 1-255.

port | card

Specifies the part of the card where the template applies. Enter port or card.

Note The PXM1E supports only the port choice.

oc3

t3plpc

t3adm

e3

t1

e1

Line types for the SCT:

oc3: 353207 cells/sec

t3plpc: 96000 cells/sec

t3adm: 104268 cells/sec

e3: 80000 cells/sec

t1: 3622 cells/sec

e1: 4528 cells/sec


Related Commands

cnfsct, dspscts, addsct, delsct, dspsctchksum, dspportsct (PXM1E only)

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display each section in card SCT file number 4. You can display one section of the SCT at a time.

MGX8850.1.AXSM.a > dspsct bw 4 card
Service Class Template [0] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |   PCR    |   SCR    |   MCR    |   MBS    |   CDVT    |   ICR    |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 000000256 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000257 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000258 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000259 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000260 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000261 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000262 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000263 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000264 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000265 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000266 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |
| 000000267 | 00002000 | 00001000 | 00000500 | 00001024 | 00250000 | 00000010 |

MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspsct gen 4 card
Service Class Template [0] : General Parameters
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | BOOK_FACT | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB  |
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| 000000256 | 00000003 | 000000100 |   ECAC-A | GCRA1-ENB  |
| 000000257 | 00000004 | 000000100 |   ECAC-A | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000258 | 00000004 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000259 | 00000004 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000260 | 00000005 | 000000100 |   ECAC-A | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000261 | 00000005 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000262 | 00000005 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000263 | 00000006 | 000000100 |  LCN_CAC | GCRA1-ENB  |
| 000000264 | 00000006 | 000000100 |  LCN_CAC | GCRA1-ENB  |
| 000000265 | 00000001 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA1-ENB  |
| 000000266 | 00000003 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
| 000000267 | 00000003 | 000000100 |    B-CAC | GCRA 1 & 2 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+ 

MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspsct cosb 4 card
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [00] : COSB Parameters                             |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB | MIN-RATE | MAX-RATE | MIN-PRIORITY | EXCESS-PRIORITY | ERS ENABLE |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0002 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0003 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0004 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0005 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0006 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0007 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0008 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0009 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0010 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0011 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0012 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0013 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0014 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0015 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
| 0016 | 00000000 | 00000100 |          001 |             001 |     ENABLE |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+

MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspsct vcThr 4 card
Service Class Template [0] : VC Threshold Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------
|SERV|VC THRESH| SELECT |MAX_CELL|EFCI|CLP_LO| CLP_HI| EPD0  |SCALING|SCALING|
|TYPE|TBL IDX  | THRESH | THRESH | Pct|EPDPct|    Pct|   Pct |COSB   | Log-If|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------
| 256 |    225  |   DSB|00000160|100%|035%|080%  |100%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 257 |    226  |   DSB|00001280|100%|035%|080%  |100%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 258 |    227  |   DSB|00001280|100%|035%|080%  |100%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 259 |    228  |   DSB|00001280|100%|035%|080%  |100%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 260 |    229  |   DSB|00001280|100%|080%|080%  |060%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 261 |    230  |   DSB|00001280|100%|080%|080%  |060%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 262 |    231  |   DSB|00001280|100%|080%|080%  |060%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 263 |    232  |   DSB|00008000|100%|080%|080%  |060%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 264 |    233  |   DSB|00008000|100%|080%|080%  |060%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 265 |    234  |   DSB|00008000|020%|080%|080%  |060%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 266 |    235  |   DSB|00000160|100%|035%|080%  |100%  |0000001 |0000001|
| 267 |    236  |   DSB|00000160|100%|035%|080%  |100%  |0000001 |0000001|
+------------------------------------------------------------------------
MGX8850.6.AXSM.a > dspsct cosThr 4 card
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Service Class Template [00] : COSB Threshold Parameters|
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| COSB |COSBTHRES| MAX_CELL |EFCI|CLP_LO|CLP_HI| EPD0 |RED  | RED PROB |
|      |TBL IDX  |  THRESH  | Pct|EPDPct|   Pct|  Pct | PCT|  FACTOR  |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 0001 |  00114  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |\
| 0002 |  00115  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0003 |  00116  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0004 |  00117  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0005 |  00118  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0006 |  00119  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 | 
| 0007 |  00120  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0008 |  00121  | 00001424 |100%|080%  |060%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0009 |  00122  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0010 |  00123  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0011 |  00124  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0012 |  00125  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0013 |  00126  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0014 |  00127  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0015 |  00128  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
| 0016 |  00129  | 01015808 |100%|100%  |100%  |100% |025% | 00000005 |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------

dspsctchksum

Display SCT Checksum—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsctchksum command displays the stored checksum that came with the SCT and the checksum computed after the SCT arrived.

Syntax

dspsctchksum <absolute path of file>

Syntax Description

absolute path of file

The path begins at the root level of the C drive. See Example.


Related Commands

addsct, dspsct, dspscts

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the SCT checksum for the SCT named AXSM_SCT.PORT.5.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsctchksum /SCT/AXSM/AXSM_SCT.PORT.5
Stored checksum is 0xe84c696a (3897321834)
Computed checksum is 0xe84c696a (3897321834)

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a >

dspscts

Display Service Class Templates—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspscts command lists all SCTs on the disk by default. The option for the command is the card type. The range of IDs for Cisco-provided SCTs is 1-100. The range for user-created SCT IDs is 101-255.

Syntax

dspscts [-cardtype < 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5>]

Syntax Description

-cardtype

You can specify SCTs for a particular card type. Possible entries are as follows:

1: AXSM

2: AXSM-E

3: PXM1E

4: FRSM12

5: AXSM-XG


Related Commands

addsct, delsct, cnfsct, setsctver, addport, cnfport, cnfcdsct, dspportsct, dspcdsct, dspsct

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all available SCTs on the hard drive. Note that one custom SCT is present SCTs

D5.8.PXM.a > dspscts
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Card  Type   ID   Major Minor Checksum   Status   Description
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 PXM1E PORT  00002 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.PORT.2 (upg)
 PXM1E PORT  00003 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.PORT.3 (upg)
 PXM1E PORT  00004 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.PORT.4 (upg)
 PXM1E PORT  00005 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.PORT.5 (upg)
 PXM1E PORT  00006 00001 00000 0xec9e2a3a  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.PORT.6 (upg)
 PXM1E PORT  00332 00001 00000 0x7a16d575  valid   custom:PXM1E_SCT.PORT.232 (u)
 PXM1E CARD  00002 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.CARD.2 (upg)
 PXM1E CARD  00003 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.CARD.3 (upg)
 PXM1E CARD  00004 00001 00000 0xe89d2837  valid   cisco :PXM1E_SCT.CARD.4 (upg)

Unknown.7.PXM.a > 

dspsesn

Display Session—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsesn command displays information about all current user-sessions.

Syntax

dspsesn [-s <session number>] [-h <command history>] [-t <information type>]

Syntax Description

-s

This option lets you specify a particular session to display. (To see how long a user-session has been idle, run the users command.)

You can use this option with other options. For example, you can specify a particular session and display the command history (-h option).

Default: all

-h

The command history shows the commands entered by the user. If you do not specify a particular session, all command histories scroll up the screen.

Default: no

-t

You can specify one of three information types. Actually, for the ascending type numbers, each display simply has more information. The Example section shows the display for each type. The default usually is sufficient.

Possible entries: 1, 2, or 3

Default: 1


Related Commands

delsesn, who, users

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: SERVICE_GP


Examples

Display current user-sessions. Two sessions are active. The asterisk next to the "Session" field shows which session originated the dspsesn command.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspsesn

-----------------------------------------
 > Session 0 (console): 
Waiting for login...

-----------------------------------------
*> Session 1 (telnet): 
Executing command: dspsesn

user name:         david
access level:      SERVICE_GP
slot:              7
slotFallback:      1
From:              10.19.238.35

-----------------------------------------
 > Session 2 (telnet): 
Waiting for user input...

user name:         david9
access level:      GROUP1
slot:              7

slotFallback:      7
From:              10.19.238.35

Display user sessions and include the history of commands.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsesn -h yes

-----------------------------------------
 > Session 0 (console): 
Waiting for login...

-----------------------------------------
*> Session 1 (telnet): 
Executing command: dspsesn -h yes

user name:         cisco
access level:      CISCO_GP
slot:              8
slotFallback:      8
From:              171.71.29.105

History for session 1:
  1 dspcd
  2 dspver
  3 d
  4 dspver
  5 dspsesn ?
  6 dspsesn
  7 dspsesn -s 1
  8 dspsesn -s 2
  9 dspsesn -s 4
 10 dspsesn -h yes

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a >

For session number 1, display information types 1, 2, and then 3.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsesn -s 1 -t 1

-----------------------------------------
*> Session 1 (telnet): 
Executing command: dspsesn -s 1 -t 1

user name:         cisco
access level:      CISCO_GP
slot:              8
slotFallback:      8
From:              171.71.29.105

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a >
M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsesn -s 1 -t 2

-----------------------------------------
*> Session 1 (telnet): 
Executing command: dspsesn -s 1 -t 2

user name:         cisco
access level:      CISCO_GP
slot:              8
slotFallback:      8
From:              171.71.29.105
pty name:          /pty/cli01.
cliPty fdPtyM:     47
cliPty fdPtyS:     50
usrCmdlnTimeout:   0x2EE0

flags: ECHO WATCHDOG SHOWSYSERR 

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsesn -s 1 -t 3

-----------------------------------------
*> Session 1 (telnet): 
Executing command: dspsesn -s 1 -t 3

user name:         cisco
access level:      CISCO_GP
slot:              8
slotFallback:      8
From:              171.71.29.105
pty name:          /pty/cli01.
cliPty fdPtyM:     47
cliPty fdPtyS:     50
usrCmdlnTimeout:   0x2EE0

flags: ECHO WATCHDOG SHOWSYSERR 
status bits:       0xE000000D
cliInQ:            0x0006015F
usrIOfd:           0x0000004C
usrIOinflux:       0x00000001
psrOptions:        0x00000003
inTask id:         0x0018009B

outTask id:        0x001800A0
cmdTask id:        0x0018009E

Times for this session:
 - timer for fd 76, tid 0x00010020, idle 4997, timeout 0
 - timer for fd 76, tid 0x0018009B, idle 0, timeout 0
 - timer for fd 76, tid 0x001800A0, idle 6, timeout 0

dspserialif

Display Serial Interface—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspserialif command displays the data rate on one of the serial interfaces on the PXM45-UI-S3 back card. See cnfserialif for an explanation. (See the switch software configuration guide for an explanation of the application of these physical ports.)

Syntax

dspserialif <port#>

port#

Specifies the physical port:

1=maintenance port

2=console port.


Syntax Description

Related Commands

addserialif, delserialif, cnfserialif

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the console port speed.

Jupiter_Lower.7.PXM.a > dspserialif 2
  SerialPortNum   : 2
  SerialPortType  : console
  SerialPortSpeed : 19200

dspsig

Display Signaling—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays the configuration of the signaling timers for the port.

Syntax

dspsig <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

cnfsig

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the signaling timers and crankback maximum for port 4:1.1:11.

SanJose.7.PXM.a > dspsig 4:1.1:11

Signaling Timers for port: 4:1.1:11

Timer           Value(secs)
-----           -----------
t301            180
t303            4
t308            30
t310            10
t316            90
t317            60
t322            4
t397            180
t398            4
t399            14

Max Crankback: 3

dspsigdiag

Display Signaling Diagnostic—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsigdiag command displays the configured filter entries and the collection call records for the ATM signaling diagnostics.

Syntax

dspsigdiag {filter | rec | status} [index]

Syntax Description

filter

Display the information in the filter table.

rec

Display the call failure records.

status

Display global diagnostics status.

index

This field can be used with the option filter or rec. If used with filter, the configuration of the specified indexed filter entry display. If you don't specify an index, configuration of all filter entries display. If this field is used with rec, then all of the records filtered for the specified indexed filter entry display.


Related Commands

cnfsigdiag, delsigdiag, dspsigstats, clrsigstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display the filter sets.

SanJose.7.PXM.a > dspsigdiag filter

F I L T E R   I N D E X    1
--------------------------------
Scope: internal, Cast Type: p2mp
Connection Kind: soft-vc
Service Category: CBR (Constant Bit Rate) UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Clear Cause: 0, Initial TimerValue: 600
Max Records: 20,   NumMatches: 0,   Timer expiry: 600
Incoming Port: ATM0/0/1, Outgoing Port: ATM0/1/1
Calling Nsap Address:47.111122223333444455556666.777788889999.00
Calling Address Mask:FF.FFFFFF000000000000000000.000000000000.00
Called Nsap Address:47.111122223333444455556666.777788889999.01
Called Address Mask:FF.FFFFFF000000000000000000.000000000000.00
Status: active

F I L T E R   I N D E X    2
--------------------------------

Display the records associated with index 1.

SanJose.7.PXM.a > dspsigdiag rec 1

D I S P L A Y 		I N D E X    1
--------------------------------
Scope: internal, Cast Type: p2p, Conn Indicator: Setup Failure
Connection Kind:   switched-vc
Service Category: UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)
Clear Cause: 0x29, Diagnostics: NULL
Incoming Port: ATM1/0/3, Outgoing Port:ATM0/1/3
Calling-Address: 47.009181000000006011000000.470803040506.00
Calling-SubAddr: NULL
Called-Address : 47.009181000000006083C42C01.750203040506.00
Called-SubAddr : NULL
Crankback Type : No Crankback
DTL's:
NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000006011000000.006083AB9001.00 Port: 0/1/3:2
NodeId:56:160:47.00918100000000603E7B4101.00603E7B4101.00 Port: 0/0/0:2
NodeId:56:160:47.009181000000006083C42C01.006083C42C01.00 Port: 0

D I S P L A Y 		I N D E X    2
--------------------------------

SanJose.7.PXM.a > 

dspsigstats

Display Signaling Statistics—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsigstats command displays signaling statistics for one port or all ports. See the Example section for a list of the types of statistics.

Syntax

dspsigstats <portid>

Syntax Description

If you do not enter a PNNI port ID, the display is quite long on a switch with many ports.

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

cnfsigdiag, delsigdiag, dspsigdiag, clrsigstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display signaling statistics for port 7:2.10:10.

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > dspsigstats 7:2.10:10

 Signaling Statistics for 7:2.10:10
 Message                          Rcv           Xmt
 -------                          ---           ---
 Call Proceeding                    1             7
 Connect                            1             2
 Connect Ack                        0             0
 Setup                              7             1
 Release                            1             5
 Release Complete                   5             1
 Add Party                          0             0
 Add Party Ack                      0             0
 Add Party Rej                      0             0
 Drop Party                         0             0
 Restart                            0             0
 Restart Ack                        0             0
 Status                         74837         34754
 Status Enquiry                 34754         74837
 Alerting                           0             0
 Notify                             0             0
 Progress                           0             0
 Drop Party Ack                     0             0
 Party Alerting                     0             0

 Last Cause/Diag/Crankback
 --------------------------
 Cause                             30
 Diagnostic                       158       0       0       0
 Src Crankback port count           0

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > 

dspslotlink

Display Slot Links on a Line—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspslotlink command displays information about all links associated with a service module slot.

To see all tributaries associated with a particular line on an SRM, use the dsplink command.

Syntax

dsplink <slot>

Syntax Description

slot

The slot parameter identifies the slot number of the service module. The possible values depend on the chassis, as follow:

MGX 8850: 1-6, 9-14, 17-22, 25-30

MGX 8830: 3-6, 10-13


Related Commands

addlink, cnflink, dellink, dsplink

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


dspsnmp

Display SNMP Strings—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsnmp command displays the SNMP strings.

Syntax

dspsnmp

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfsnmp

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: SUPER_GP


Example

Display the current SNMP strings. This example shows user-modified strings for read-write community, location, and contact strings.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspsnmp
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Nov. 29, 2001 12:49:03 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: none

Community (rw):          toplevel                        
Community (ro):          public                          
System Location:         Bldg J, room 619                        
System Contact:          davids@be.com 

dspsntp

Display SNTP Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsntp command displays the configuration of the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) on the current switch and the "sync" status—whether the current client is synchronized for TOD updates with the server. The configuration is the result of the cnfsntp command. Refer to the cnfsntp description for details. If the client is not synchronized with a server, the cause may be that no servers are unreachable.

Syntax

dspsntp

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

dbgsntp, cnfsntp, cnfsntprmtsvr, dspsntp-dbg, dspsntprmtsvr, addsntprmtsvr, dspsntpstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: SUPER_GP


Example

Display the SNTP configuration on the current switch.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsntp

client: yes
server: no

polling: 100
waiting: 6
rollback: 100
stratum(default): 0
stratum(current): 0
sync: no

dspsntp-dbg

Display SNTP Debug Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsntp-dbg command lets you display the SNTP debugging options. These options were configured through the dbgsntp command.

Syntax

dspsntp-dbg

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

dbgsntp, cnfsntp, cnfsntprmtsvr, dspsntp, dspsntprmtsvr, addsntprmtsvr, dspsntpstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current SNTP debugging configuration on this switch.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsntp-dbg

IP              level flag
----------------------------
0.0.0.0         info  disable

dspsntprmtsvr

Display SNTP Remote Server—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsntprmtsvr command displays the configuration of a remote switch as a server. See the addsntprmtsvr and cnfsntp descriptions for details.

Syntax

dspsntprmtsvr {server IP addr} | all

Syntax Description

server IP addr

all

Enter either the IP address of a single remote server or all to display the configuration of all remote SNTP servers.

Default: all


Related Commands

dbgsntp, cnfsntp, cnfsntprmtsvr, dspsntp, addsntprmtsvr, dspsntpstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display all remote SNTP servers. In this case, the secondary server is the current server.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsntprmtsvr
SNTP server     Stratum  Version  Primary  Current
----------------------------------------------------------
172.29.52.88    0        4        yes      no       
172.29.52.89    0        4        no       yes

dspsntpstats

Display SNTP Statistics—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsntpstats command displays statistics for the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) service. See the Example section of this description for a list of the statistics. To clear the statistics, use the clrsntpstats command. See the cnfsntp, addsntprmtsvr, and dspsntprmtsvr descriptions for details about the application of SNTP in the current release.

Syntax

dspsntpstats

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

clrsntpstats, cnfsntp, addsntprmtsvr, dspsntprmtsvr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display current SNTP statistics for the current node.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspsntpstats

Statistic Counters For SNTP
-----------------------------
Receive server mode packets from servers in list: 0
Receive server mode packets from servers not in list: 0
Receive server mode packets which fail sanity check: 0
Receive server mode packets which pass sanity check: 0
Receive client mode packets: 82324
Receive other  mode packets: 0
Send server mode packets: 0
Send client mode packets: 94084
Polling Timer Expire Counter: 94084
Polling Wait Timer Expire Counter: 94084
Rollback Timer Expire Counter: 47040
Rollback Wait Timer Expire Counter: 0
Switch From Primary To Secondary Counter: 11762
Switch From Secondary To Primary Counter: 11760
Switch From Secondary To Secondary Counter: 0

dspspvcaddr

Display SPVC Address—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspspvcaddr command displays the ATM end station addresses ((AESAs) associated with the PNNI physical port address for SPVCs.

Syntax

dspspvcaddr [port_id]

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

dspspvcprfx

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display all SPVC addresses. As a follow-up, display the SPVC prefix to see how it compares to the full SPVC address.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspspvcaddr

Interface Id      Soft VC Address(es)
------------      -------------------
     1:1.2:2     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0101.1802.00
     1:1.1:3     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0101.1803.00
     1:2.1:1     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0101.1801.00
     1:2.2:4     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0101.1804.00
     6:1.1:1     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0106.1801.00
     6:1.2:2     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0106.1802.00
     7.34:34     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0107.3b22.00
     5:1.1:1     47.0091.8100.0002.0003.6b5e.30cd.0000.0105.1801.00

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspspvcprfx
SPVC Node Prefix: 47.00918100000200036b5e30cd
M8850_NY.7.PXM.a >

Display the SPVC address first on port 1:1.1:1 then on port 1:1.4:4.

p2spvc5.7.PXM.a > dspspvcaddr 1:1.1:1 

Interface Id      Soft VC Address(es)
------------      -------------------
     1:1.1:1     47.0091.8100.0000.0010.7be9.2f6d.0000.0101.1801.00

p2spvc5.7.PXM.a > dspspvcaddr 1:1.4:4

Interface Id      Soft VC Address(es)
------------      -------------------
     1:1.4:4     47.0091.8100.0000.0010.7be9.2f6d.0000.0101.1804.00

dspspvcres

Display SPVC Reserve—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspspvcres command displays the number of logical connection numbers on the switch that are reserved for SPVCs or SPVPs. The cnfspvcres command lets you reserve the number of connections. The maximum number of reserved connections cannot exceed the maximum number of logical connections on the switch. The remainder of logical connection numbers goes to SVCs or SVPs.

Syntax

dspspvcres

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfspvcres

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current number of connections reserved for SPVCs. The reserved amount is the default number of 0.

PhattyEmre.2.PXM.a > dspspvcres
reserved terminating spvc number is 0 

PhattyEmre.2.PXM.a >

dspspvcprfx

Display SPVC Prefix—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspspvcprfx command displays the prefix for the switch-level SPVC address. The switch comes with a default SPVC prefix, and you can modify the prefix by executing cnfspvcprfx. See description of cnfspvcprfx for more details.

Syntax

dspspvcprfx

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfspvcprfx, dspspvcaddr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

MGX8850.7.PXM.a > dspspvcprfx
SPVC Node Prefix: 47.00918100000100001a531c2a

dspsrmclksrc

Display SRM Clock Source—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsrmclksrc command shows the clock source for a particular line on a Service Resource Module (SRME or SRM-3T3). If the SRM is using the "no back card" option, this command is meaningless. The possible sources are local timing and loop timing. For the local transmit clock source, the SRM has its own clock generation circuitry. For loop timing, the SRM takes the receive clock off the line and redirects it to the transmit clock signal. You can also see the clock source by using the dspln command.

Syntax

dspsrmclksrc <-lineType> <logicalslot>.<line>

Syntax Description

-lineType

The line type depends on the type of SRM:

For SRM-3T3, type -ds3.

For SRME, type -sonet.

logicalslot

The logical slot applies to either physical slot: for example, if the only SRM resides in slot 16, you type its logical equivalent: 15. Also, the logical slot depends on the chassis:

In an MGX 8850 chassis, the logical slot is either 15 or 31.

In an MGX 8830 chassis, the logical slot is 7.

line

The line depends on the type of SRM, as follows:

On an SRME line is 1.

On an SRM-3T3, line has a range of 1-3.


Related Commands

cnfsrmclksrc

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the clock source for the SRME in slot 31. In this case, the clock comes from the SRM.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspsrmclksrc -sonet 31.1
  LineNum:               31.1
   LineXmtClockSource:    localTiming

dspsrmcnf

Display SRM Configuration—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsrmcnf command shows which types of Service Resource Modules (SRM-3T3/Cs or SRMEs) reside in the switch. The display also shows the previous SRM configuration for the slot. This information pertains to the capability of the clrsrmcnf command to clear the SRM configuration for a particular slot.

Syntax

dspsrmcnf

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspcds, dspcd

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current and previous configuration of the SRM slots. No SRMs have resided in the upper bay since the last time the switch configuration was cleared.

Unknown.7.PXM.a > dspsrmcnf
Slot-No     CardType        Prev-CardType
-----------------------------------------
   15       NO-CARD            NO-CARD   
   16       NO-CARD            NO-CARD   
   31       SRME-OC3           SRME-OC3  
   32       SRME-OC3           SRME-OC3

dspsscop

Display SSCOP—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsscop command displays information about the state of the link on the port, status inquiry and response timers, and statistics. See the cnfsscop description for definitions of the timers. See the dspsscop Example section for the details of the display.

Syntax

dspsscop <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

cnfsscop, disablesscop, dspsscopstats

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display SSCOP for port 7:2.10:10. Note that for the timers, the integer is the configuration, and the status of the timer follows the numeric configuration. For example, the setting for the no-response timer is 30 seconds, and it currently is inactive.

PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > dspsscop 7:2.10:10

SSCOP details for interface: 7:2.10:10

   Current State = enabled, Current Link State = Established State , 
SSCOP version = 3.1
   Send Sequence Number: Current = 133307,  Maximum = 133337
   Send Sequence Number Acked = 133307
   Rcv Sequence Number: Lower Edge = 133306, Upper Edge = 133306, Max = 133336
   Poll Sequence Number = 360255, Poll Ack Sequence Number = 360255
   Vt(Pd) = 0   Vt(Sq) = 1
   Timer_IDLE = 10 - Active
   Timer_CC = 1 - Inactive
   Timer_POLL = 1 - Inactive
   Timer_KEEPALIVE = 5 - Inactive
   Timer_NO-RESPONSE = 30 - Inactive
   Timer_T309 = 10 - Inactive
   Max CC = 10
   Send Window = 30
   Recv Window = 30
   Current Retry Count = 0, Maximum Retry Count = 10
   AckQ count = 0, RcvQ count = 0, TxQ count = 0
   AckQ HWM = 3,  RcvQ HWM = 0, TxQ HWM = 1
      Statistics -
      Pdu's Sent = 4497, Pdu's Received = 4495, Pdu's Ignored = 0
      Begin = 1/1, Begin Ack = 0/1, Begin Reject = 0/0
      End = 0/0, End Ack = 0/0
      Resync = 0/0, Resync Ack = 0/0
      Sequenced Data = 2234/2235, Sequenced Poll Data = 0/0
      Poll = 35221/32575, Stat = 32575/35221, Unsolicited Stat = 0/0
      Unassured Data = 0/0, Mgmt Data = 0/0, Unknown Pdu's = 0
      Lack of credit = 0
PXM1E_SJ.8.PXM.a > 

dspsscopstats

Display SSCOP Statistics—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays SSCOP statistics for the port.

Syntax

dspsscopstats <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

cnfsscop, disablesscop, dspsscop

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

SanJose.7.PXM.a > dspsscopstats 4:1.1:11

SSCOP Statistics for interface: 4:1.1:11

      Pdu's Sent = 1045, Pdu's Received = 1037, Pdu's Ignored = 0
      Begin = 1/4, Begin Ack = 0/1, Begin Reject = 0/0
      End = 0/0, End Ack = 0/0
      Resync = 0/0, Resync Ack = 0/0
      Sequenced Data = 160/158, Sequenced Poll Data = 0/0
      Poll = 440/442, Stat = 436/440, Unsolicited Stat = 0/0
      Unassured Data = 0/0, Mgmt Data = 0/0, Unknown Pdu's =
 0
      Lack of credit = 0

SanJose.7.PXM.a > 

dspstatsmgr

Display Statistics Manager—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspstatsmgr command displays the IP address of each statistics manager. The configuration consists of the IP address of the workstation and an index that indicates the place of statistics managers in the hierarchy of managers. See the cnfstatsmgr description for details regarding this configuration.

Syntax

dspstatsmgr

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfstatsmgr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current configuration of statistics managers.

pswpop3-2.7.PXM.a > dspstatsmgr
 Statistics Manager     IP Address
 ------------------     ----------
 Primary                0.0.0.0 
 Secondary              0.0.0.0 
 Tertiary               0.0.0.0 
 Statistics Master      0.0.0.0

dspsvcif

Display SVC Interface—PXM45. PXM1E

The dspsvcif command displays the SVC interface configuration done with the svcifconfig command. See the description of the svcifconfig command for applicable information.

The default is all SVC interfaces. You can also identify a particular interface.

Syntax

dspsvcif [interface]

Syntax Description

interface

The option lets you specify a particular interface. Enter each character in the case sensitive list:

lnPci0 for Ethernet (the default on power-up)

atm0 for the ATM.

sl0 for SLIP


Related Commands

svcifconfig, dspipif

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


dspsvcparm

Display SVC Parameters—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays global SVC parameters for the node.

Syntax

dspsvcparm

Related Commands

cnfe164justify

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

SanJose.7.PXM.a > dspsvcparm
Global SVC parameters
============================
E164 Address Conversion Justification :left


SanJose.7.PXM.a >

dspstbyclksrcs

Display Standby Clock Sources—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspstbyclksrcs command lets you display the clock sources on the standby PXM. It displays the manually configured clock sources but not the NCDP sources. This command is visible on a standby PXM only. For a description of the fields in the display, refer to the dspclksrcs description.

Syntax

dspstbyclksrcs

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfclksrc, dspclksrcs

Attributes

Log: no log

State: standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

After making sure you have logged into the standby PXM45, display the standby card's clock sources.

M8850_NY.8.PXM.s > dspstbyclksrcs
Primary clock type:         external clock bits0
Primary clock configured:   yes
Primary clock status:       no clock signal
Secondary clock type:       generic clock
Secondary clock configured: yes
Secondary clock status:     locked
Active clock:               secondary clock
source switchover mode:     revertive

M8850_NY.8.PXM.s >

dspsvcoverride

Display SVC Override—PXM45, PXM1E

The dspsvcoverride command displays the node-level SVC override configuration. See the cnfsvcoverride description for details on SVC override.

Syntax

dspsvcoverride

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

cnfsvcoverride

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current configuration for SVC override.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dspsvcoverride
spvcoverridesvc: Enabled
spvcoverridesvp: Disabled
spvpoverridesvp: Disabled

dspswalms

Display Switching Alarms—PXM45

The dspswalms command helps you isolate the cause of alarms related to the switch fabric. It shows three types of alarm and the severity for each type. The display applies to devices that communicate by way of the serial bus (therefore, the RPM, VISM, and other Cell Bus cards are not displayed).

The three alarm types are:

XBAR CORE indicates whether the errors on the links on the fabric crossed the alarm thresholds.

XBAR PORT indicates whether the errors on the crossbar ports (HUMVEE or any equivalent) on a service module crossed an alarm threshold.

XBAR SLOT BANDWIDTH alarm is raised based on the number of crossbar links that are up for a service module.

The severity definition for each alarm comes from Bellcore TR-NWT-000474, as follows:

Critical indicates 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.

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

Minor indicates 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 A sufficient accumulation of lower-severity alarms results in a higher-severity alarm.


Usage Guidelines for dspswalms Usage

After determining the error type and the related slot, you can use the crossbar troubleshooting commands to isolate the problem further.

The following is a top-down sequence of alarm-related commands that lead to isolating possible faults in the switch fabric:

1. dspndalms indicates the general region of the problem and can indicate the switching fabric.

2. dspswalms shows the error type, alarm severity, and related slot.

3. dspdevalms shows a recent crossbar error list by physical slot or by switching slot.

4. dspxbarplanealms displays the alarm status for each switch plane.

5. dspdeverrhist shows total crossbar error history since the last power-up or card reset by physical slot or by switching slot.

An alarm can originate in any of the following:

The backplane or any other part of signal path that connects a service module with a switch ASIC

Switch ASIC on the PXM45 or XM60

Buffer circuitry on the module serviced by the switch planes

The dspswalms display shows how many errors have occurred and generally where the errors have occurred. For purposes of troubleshooting the switch, you can decide which card to replace by using the dspdeverr, dspdevalms, dspxbarplanealms, and dspxbarslotbwalms commands. These commands can help you isolate the problem to a particular switch ASIC, the receiving card, or the link between them. (The hardware path between the switch card and the recipient card's bus transceiver is called a link.) The crossbar troubleshooting commands can be either plane-centric or slot-centric. Plane-centric is from the switch ASICs outwards. Slot-centric is from a slot toward a switch ASIC. The reference point in relation to card slots is important for fault isolation.

Syntax

dspswalms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspndalms, dspdeverr, dspdeverrhist, dspdevalms, dspxbarplanealms

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display switching alarms. The display shows dashes where no card resides or where a Cell Bus card resides (for example, RPM, VISM, AUSM, and so on). Use the following sequence of commands:

6. dspswalms

7. dspxbarplanealms

8. dspxbarslotbwalms

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspswalms

             XBAR SWITCHING FABRIC ALARMS SUMMARY

            Xbar Core Alarm         Xbar Port Alarm     Xbar Slot B/W alarm
Slot No.  Critical Major Minor   Critical Major Minor  Critical Major Minor
-------   -------- ----- -----   -------- ----- -----  -------- ----- -----
  01           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  02           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  03           1      0     0        0      0     0        0      1     0
  04           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  05           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  06           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  07          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  08           0      0     0        0      0     0        1      0     0
  09          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  10          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  11          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  12          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  13          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  14          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspxbarplanealms
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 03.09   Feb. 17, 2003 20:23:17 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL

      XBAR PLANE ALARM INFO
XbarSlot  Xbar Core    Xbar Plane 
/plane    Alarm        Based Alarm
------    -----        -----------
 7/0      --           --
 7/1      --           --
 7/2      --           --

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

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspxbarslotbwalms
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 03.09   Feb. 17, 2003 20:32:56 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL

                XBAR SLOT BANDWIDTH ALARM INFO SUMMARY

LoadSharing < Enabled >                  AutoShutDown < Enabled > 
Slot   Xbar Slot    Required no.   Available no.    Operational no. 
No.    Bw Alarm     of Planes      of Planes        of Planes       
----   ---------    -----------    ------------     --------------  
 01      None            3              3                 3
 02      None            3              3                 3
 03      Major           1              3                 2
 04      None            1              3                 3
 05      None            2              3                 3
 06      None            3              3                 3
 07        --           --             --                -- 
 08      Critical        1              3                 2
 09        --           --             --                -- 
 10        --           --             --                -- 
 11        --           --             --                -- 
 12        --           --             --                -- 
 13        --           --             --                -- 
 14        --           --             --                -- 

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a >

dsptech

Display Key Data—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptech command displays a snapshot of key nodal and controller-card information for you to use in low-level troubleshooting. The purpose of this command is to enhance the existing fault detection and isolation mechanisms. These enhancements are aimed at improving the Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS) of the Cisco MGX 8850 (Release 3 or later), MGX 8950, and MGX 8830 switches.

Definitions for individual fields in the dsptech output appear in Table 2-17. In general, the displayed information consists of the following categories:

The current runtime firmware version for all the slots

Network configuration summary

PNNI port, connection, and trunk counts

Node alarm summary

Clock alarm summary

Switching alarm summary

Environmental alarm summary

Resource information that includes, CPU, memory and inter-process communication (IPC) buffer utilization for the active controller card

PNNI routing and protocol counts

Related Commands

dspcds, dsprev, dspcdalms, dspndalms, dspprfhist, dspmem, dsppnports, dspconinfo, dsppnni-link, dspcons

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Field Descriptions

The definition for each field in the dsptech output appears in Table 2-17. Note that the field names marked with an asterisk (*) mean the information comes from the active PXM.


Note A significant number of fields have multiple data portions. In the screen output and in a Table 2-17, these items are separated by a slash.


Table 2-17 Description of Fields in the dsptech Output 

Field Name
Description

SYSNAME

32-character node name followed by the date and time.

NWCFG*

Network configuration summary.

PNDS*

Total number of PNNI nodes available / number of PNNI levels.

ND CFG

Node configuration summary.

MPG*

Multi-Peer Group. The standards-based protocol supports up to 160 levels / names, but the current product supports a maximum of 10 levels.

CON

Number of master connections / number of slave connections.

CONTOT

Total number of connections provisioned / total number of connections supported.

PORT

Number of ports.

PNLINK*

The first PNLINK field (near top) shows the number of PNNI links (trunks). This count includes only the lowest level, physical links. It does not include logical links.

Front card and revision

Front card name and current runtime firmware revision appears for all slots. Note that for single-height cards, only the upper-bay slot number and card type appear. The slot numbers are reduced for a Cisco MGX 8950 or MGX8830 chassis.

NDALM

Node alarm summary.

ND

Highest alarm on the node: critical, major, minor, none.

CON

Number of failed connections.

PNLINK*

The second PNLINK field has two parts—"fl" and "2wo." The "fl" portion is the number of PNNI links that are failed, which includes the following states: down, "attempt," 1-way inside, or 1-way outside for the Hello state machine.

The "2wo" portion is the number of PNNI links that are in one of the following states: 2-way outside; or Hellos have been received from the neighbor, but a common peer group containing the neighbor and this node has not been found; and common outside and 2-way inside are operational states of the hello protocol and hence are not a node alarm for a PNNI link.

PORT

Number of ports in "interface (IF) down status (failed).

CARD

The CARD field consists of the following data: number of cards in critical alarm / number of cards in major alarm / number of cards in minor alarm / number of cards with unknown alarm status / number of slots without front cards.

CLK

Number of critical clock alarms / number of major clock alarms / number of minor clock alarms

SWT

Number of critical switching alarms / number of major switching alarms / number of minor switching alarms

ENV

Number of critical environment alarms / number of major environment alarms / number of minor environment alarms

ND PRF

Node performance summary based on the previous 1 bucket (20 seconds / bucket) of CPU utilization data.

IDLE

% of processor throughput that processor was idle

INT

% of processor throughput used processing interrupts

KRL

% of processor throughput used by the RTOS kernel

UKN

% of processor throughput used by unknown source

TNAME1

% of processor throughput used by highest utilization task

TNAME2

% of processor throughput used by second highest utilization task

STATIC

Number of bytes available in STATIC memory partition / number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

DYN

Number of bytes available in DYNAMIC memory partition / number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

STATS

Number of bytes available in STATISTICS memory partition/ number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

SNMP

Number of bytes available in SNMP memory partition / number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

MBLK

Total number of IPC-Mblks / number of IPC-Mblks available/ number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

B360

Total number of IPC 360-byte data buffers / number of IPC 360-byte data buffers available / number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

B1K

Total number of IPC 1128-byte data buffers / number of IPC 1128-byte data buffers available/ number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

B4K

Total number of IPC 4200-byte data buffers / number of IPC 4200-byte data buffers available/ number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

B8K

Total number of IPC 8552-byte data buffers / number of IPC 8552-byte data buffers available / number of failed allocations, failed allocations cap at 9999.

DCO*

pnniDtlCountOriginator: The total number of DTL stacks that this switching system has originated as the DTL Originator and placed into signaling messages. This number includes the initial DTL stacks computed by this system as well as any alternate route (second or third choice, and so on) DTL stacks computed by this switching system in response to crankbacks.

DCB*

pnniDtlCountBorder: The number of partial DTL stacks that this switching system has added into signalling messages as an entry border node. This includes the initial partial DTL stacks computed by this system as well as any alternate route (second, third choice etc.) partial DTL stacks computed by this switching system in response to crankbacks.

CCO*

pnniCrankbackCountOriginator: This field shows the total number of connection setup messages (including DTL stacks originated by this switching system) that have cranked back to this switching system at all levels of the hierarchy.

CCB*

pnniCrankbackCountBorder: This field shows the total number of connection setup messages (including DTLs added by this switching system) as an entry border node that have cranked back to this switching system at all levels of the hierarchy. This count does not include Crankbacks for which this switching system was not the crankback destination. Instead, only those crankbacks that were directed to this switching system are counted.

ARCO*

pnniAltRouteCountOriginator: This field shows the total number of alternate DTL stacks that this switching system has computed and placed into signalling messages as the DTL Originator.

ARCB*

pnniAltRouteCountBorder: This field shows the total number of alternate partial DTL stacks that this switching system has computed and placed into signalling messages as an entry border node.

RFCO*

pnniRouteFailCountOriginator: This field shows the total number of times where the switching system failed to compute a viable DTL stack as the DTL Originator for some call. It indicates the number of times a call was cleared from this switching system due to originator routing failure.

RFCB*

pnniRouteFailCountBorder: This field shows the total number of times where the switching system failed to compute a viable partial DTL stack as an entry border node for some call. It indicates the number of times a call was either cleared or cranked back from this switching system due to border routing failure.

RFUO*

pnniRouteFailUnreachableOriginator: This field shows the total number of times where the switching system failed to compute a viable DTL stack as the DTL Originator because the destination was unreachable, i.e., those calls that are cleared with cause #2 `specified transit network unreachable' or cause #3 `destination unreachable' in the cause IE.

RFUB*

pnniRouteFailUnreachableBorder: This field shows the total number of times the switching system has failed to compute a viable, partial DTL stack as an entry border node because the target of the path calculation was unreachable. These calls were cleared or cranked back and show cause #2, "specified transit network unreachable," or cause #3, "destination unreachable" in the cause IE.


Example

Display the key information for the current switch.

Wolverine.8.PXM.a > dsptech 
SYSNAME: Wolverine                                 Sep. 20, 2002 14:40:54 GMT 
NW CFG: PNDS(tot/lvls): 00000001/00000002 
ND CFG: CON(mas/slv)  : 00000007/00000003 
    CONTOT: 00000010/00050000 PORT: 00000004 PNLINK: 00000002 
MPG   : 
    056/Wolverine                           032/Wolverine-02 

01/17 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
02/18 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
03/19 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
04/20 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
05/21 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
06    AXSM_16OC3         3.0(10.176)A 
07    PXM45              3.0(11.0)D 
08    PXM45              3.0(11.0)D 
09    AXSM_1OC48         3.0(10.176)A 
10/26 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
11/27 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
12/28 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
13/29 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
14/30 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
15/31 SRM_3T3            ---                 ---                --- 
16/32 ---                ---                 ---                --- 
ND ALM: ND: CRITICAL CON(fl): 00000006 PNLINK(fl/2wo): 000002/000000 
    PORT(ifdwn): 00000000  CARD(ct/mj/mn/ms): 00/01/00/23 
    CLK(ct/mj/mn): 000000/000000/000000  SWT(ct/mj/mn): 000002/000001/000000 
    ENV(ct/mj/mn): 000000/000002/000000 
ND PRF: IDLE: 98 INT: 00 KRL: 00 UKN: 00 
    TNAME1: 01/tChunkMon        TNAME2: 00/

    DYN : 06822880/0000 STATIC: 15080080/0000 STATS: 00000000/0000 
    SNMP: 03975664/0000 
    MBLK: 00009225/00009224/0000 B360: 00006000/00006000/0000 
    B1K : 00002000/00002000/0000 B4K : 00000600/00000600/0000 
    B8K : 00000125/00000124/0000 

    DCO : 0000000001 DCB : 0000000000 CCO : 0000000000 CCB : 0000000000 
    ARCO: 0000000000 ARCB: 0000000000 RFCO: 0000007362 RFCB: 0000000000 
    RFUO: 0000001757 RFUB: 0000000000 

Wolverine.8.PXM.a >

dsptopofdrlist

Display Topology Feeder List—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptopofdrlist command displays the feeder nodes in the topology database. If you do not include an argument, all the feeders in the feeder database are displayed.

Syntax

dsptopofdrlist [-topoIndex topoIndex | -fdrIndex fdrIndex]

Syntax Description

-topoIndex

The topoIndex is the topology index of the node to which the feeder is attached. The obtain a list of topology indexes, use the dsptopondlist command.

-fdrIndex

You can specify a single feeder index to display that particular feeder entry.


Related Commands

cnftopogw, deltopond, dsptopogw, dsptopogwndlist, dsptopondlist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display all existing topology feeder database indexes.

p2spvc4.8.PXM.a > dsptopofdrlist


Index  feeder name   type       model #  lmi type  shelf  slot  port
------ ------------  --------   ------   -------   ----   ----  ----
  1     pswpop9      fdrPAR     8850     feeder    1       14   7

Node Topo Index:1
Node Name:p2spvc4
Node ID:56:160:47.00918100000000001a531c77.00001a531c77.01
Local IfIndex:17700872
Local IfName:atmVirtual.14.1.8.08

Index  feeder name   type       model #  lmi type  shelf  slot  port
------ ------------  --------   ------   -------   ----   ----  ----
  2     pswpop10     fdrPAR     8850     feeder    1       14   10 

Node Topo Index:2
Node Name:p2spvc3
Node ID:56:160:47.00918100000000001a531c75.00001a531c75.01
Local IfIndex:17700873
Local IfName:atmVirtual.14.1.4.04

Display the feeder topology database for node index 1.

p2spvc4.8.PXM.a > dsptopofdrlist -topoIndex 1

Index  feeder name   type       model #  lmi type  shelf  slot  port
------ ------------  --------   ------   -------   ----   ----  ----
  1     pswpop9      fdrPAR     8850     feeder    1       14   7

Node Topo Index:1
Node Name:p2spvc4
Node ID:56:160:47.00918100000000001a531c77.00001a531c77.01
Local IfIndex:17700872
Local IfName:atmVirtual.14.1.8.08

Display the topology database for feeder index 2.

p2spvc4.8.PXM.a > dsptopofdrlist -fdrIndex 2

Index  feeder name   type       model #  lmi type  shelf  slot  port
------ ------------  --------   ------   -------   ----   ----  ----
  1     pswpop9      fdrPAR     8850     feeder    1       14   7

Node Topo Index:2
Node Name:p2spvc3
Node ID:56:160:47.00918100000000001a531c75.00001a531c75.01
Local IfIndex:17700873
Local IfName:atmVirtual.14.1.8.08

dsptopogw

Display Topology Gateway—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptopogw command lets you see the current administrative and operational states of the node as a gateway for the persistent topology database feature. If the current switch has not been configured as a gateway for this feature, the status is Disabled/Disabled. See the description of the cnftopogw command for details on the operations you can perform for the persistent topology feature.

Syntax

dsptopogw

Syntax Description

No parameters

Related Commands

cnftopogw, deltopond, dsptopond, dsptopgwndlist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the administrative and operational status of the current switch as a gateway node. The output shows that a user either ran the cnftopogw command to enable this switch or enabled it through CWM.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dsptopogw
Admin State :    ENABLED Operational State    ENABLED
M8850_LA.8.PXM.a >

dsptopogwndlist

Display Topology Gateway Node List—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptopogwndlist command displays the nodes that function as gateway nodes for the persistent topology database feature. For details of the CLI support of the persistent topology feature, see the description of the cnftopogw command.

Syntax

dsptopogwndlist

Syntax Description

No parameters.

Related Commands

cnftopogw, deltopond, dsptopogwndlist, dsptopogw, dsptopolinklist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the list of nodes that are gateways for the persistent topology database.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dsptopogwndlist

table index:   1  node name: M8850_LA
node id:56:160:47.00918100000100001a531c2a.00001a531c2a.01

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > 

dsptopolinklist

Display Topology Link List—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptopolinklist command displays either one or all persistent link indexes. The command parameters let you narrow the scope of the display. Refer to the Example section for the contents the display.

Local node ID

Remote node ID

Local port ID (the PNNI physical port ID has the format slot:subslot,port:subport)

Local PnniPort Id (a logical number that is the equivalent of the PNNI physical port ID)

Remote PnniPort Id

Persistent topology link index

Persistent topology node index

Is_outside_link (to indicate if the link is outside link)

Syntax

dsptopolinklist [-topoIndex topoIndex | -linkIndex linkIndex]

Syntax Description

If you do not specify a topology or link index, the display shows all link indexes.

-topoIndex

Use this parameter to specify a single topology node index. To see a list of topology node indexes, use the dsptopondlist command.

-linkIndex

Use this parameter to specify a single topology link index.


Related Commands

cnftopogw, deltopond, dsptopogwndlist, dsptopogw, deltopolink

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Examples

Display all links in the topo link table. The list is large and therefore truncated.

PXM1E_SJ.7.PXM.a > dsptopolinklist

Number of Link Entries in Persistent Topo DataBase = 23

Persistent Topo Link Index: 1
Local Node Id             : 56:160:47.00918100000000001a533377.00001a533377.01
Remote Node Id            : 56:160:47.00918100000000036b5e31b3.00036b5e31b3.01
Local Port Id             : 7:2.9:29
Local PnniPort Id         : 17251101
Remote PnniPort Id        : 17176597
Is Outside Link           : No
Persistent Topo Node Index: 1

Persistent Topo Link Index: 2
Local Node Id             : 56:160:47.009181000000000164444518.000164444518.01
Remote Node Id            : 56:160:47.00918100000000016444459b.00016444459b.01
Local Port Id             : 5:1.1:11
Local PnniPort Id         : 17111051
Remote PnniPort Id        : 17111051
Is Outside Link           : No
Persistent Topo Node Index: 2

Persistent Topo Link Index: 3

Local Node Id             : 56:160:47.009181000000000164444518.000164444518.01
Remote Node Id            : 56:160:47.00918100000000036b5e31b3.00036b5e31b3.01
Local Port Id             : 1:2.1:21
Local PnniPort Id         : 16848917
Remote PnniPort Id        : 16848917
Is Outside Link           : No
Persistent Topo Node Index: 2

Persistent Topo Link Index: 4
Local Node Id             : 56:160:47.00918100000000016444459b.00016444459b.01
Remote Node Id            : 56:160:47.00918100000000036b5e2bb2.00036b5e2bb2.01
Local Port Id             : 1:2.1:21
Local PnniPort Id         : 16848917
Remote PnniPort Id        : 16848917
Is Outside Link           : No
Persistent Topo Node Index: 3

Persistent Topo Link Index: 5
Local Node Id             : 56:160:47.00918100000000016444459b.00016444459b.01
Remote Node Id            : 56:160:47.009181000000000164444518.000164444518.01
Local Port Id             : 5:1.1:11
Local PnniPort Id         : 17111051

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

dsptopondlist

Display Persistent Topology Node List—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptopondlist command displays either one or all indexes in the persistent topology database.

Syntax

dsptopondlist [topoIndex]

Syntax Description

topoIndex

You can specify a single topology node index.


Related Commands

cnftopogw, deltopond, dsptopogw, dsptopogwndlist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display information for topology index 1. The output shows that a total of 11 entries exits in the table but displays information for only the requested entry.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dsptopondlist 1

Number of Entries = 11

Table Index: 1  Node Name: p2spvc14
Node ID: 56:160:47.02918100000000001a531c05.00001a531c05.01
Primary IP: 10.1.1.5
Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 172.29.6.120
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.228
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: YES

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > 

Display all entries in the persistent topology node list. The list of 11 is truncated.

p2spvc14.7.PXM.a > dsptopondlist

Number of Entries = 11

Table Index: 1  Node Name: p2spvc14
Node ID: 56:160:47.02918100000000001a531c05.00001a531c05.01
Primary IP: 10.1.1.5
Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 172.29.6.120
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.228
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: YES

Table Index: 2  Node Name: pswpop9
Node ID: 56:160:47.00918100000000c043002ddf.00c043002ddf.01
Primary IP: 192.0.0.0
Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 172.29.54.41
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.242
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

Table Index: 3  Node Name: p2spvc7
Node ID: 56:160:47.0091810000000004c113ba39.0004c113ba39.01
Primary IP: 0.0.0.0
Primary IP Type: None
Secondary IP: 172.29.6.75
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.228
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

Table Index: 4  Node Name: pnnises3
Node ID: 56:160:47.009181000000003071f81b63.003071f81b63.01
Primary IP: 192.0.0.0
Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 172.29.29.72
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.242
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

Table Index: 5  Node Name: svcswp15

Node ID: 56:160:47.00918100000000c043002dcc.00c043002dcc.01
Primary IP: 192.0.0.0
Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 172.29.27.90
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.242
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

Table Index: 6  Node Name: pnnises4
Node ID: 56:160:47.009181000000003071f80090.003071f80090.01
Primary IP: 192.0.0.0
Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 172.29.29.73
Secondary IP Type: lnPci0
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.242
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

Table Index: 7  Node Name: svcswp13
Node ID: 56:160:47.00918100000000d058ac28e9.00d058ac28e9.01
Primary IP: 192.0.0.0

Primary IP Type: atm0
Secondary IP: 0.0.0.0
Secondary IP Type: None
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.242
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

Table Index: 8  Node Name: pswpop2-1
Node ID: 56:160:47.00918100000000001a531c43.00001a531c43.01
Primary IP: 0.0.0.0
Primary IP Type: None
Secondary IP: 0.0.0.0
Secondary IP Type: None
SysObjId: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.228
Gateway Mode DISABLED
PTSE in DB: NO

dsptrapip

Display Trap IP—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptrapip command displays the switch trap IP address. The switch must have a trap IP assigned by the cnftrapip command.

Syntax

dsptrapip

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnftrapip, dsptrapmgr, addtrapmgr, deltrapmgr

Attributes

Log: yes

State: active

Privilege: GROUP1


Example

Assign and confirm a trap IP address.

SanJose.7.PXM > cnftrapip 172.27.27.184

SanJose.7.PXM > dsptrapip
Trap IP Address :172.27.27.184

SanJose.7.PXM > 

dsptrapmgr

Display Trap Manager—PXM45, PXM1E

Display details about all existing trap managers. The dsptrapmgr output shows:

IP address of each trap manager

Port number on the connected work station

Row status

Read trap flag stats

Next trap sequence number

Of these elements, the IP address and port number result from addtrapmgr.

Syntax

dsptrapmgr

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

addtrapmgr, deltrapmgr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display trap managers.

node19.8.PXM.a > dsptrapmgr
     ipAddress     PortNum  RowStatus   ReadTrapFlag  NextTrapSeqNum
  ---------------  -------  ----------  ------------  --------------
  171.71.55.21      2500       Add           Off       0
  172.29.65.87      2500       Add           Off       348
  172.71.59.21      2500       Add           Off       0

  LastTrapSeqNum:     385
  NumOfValidEntries:  3

dsptrftolerance

Display Traffic Conformance Tolerance—PXM45, PXM1E

The dsptrftolerance command displays the configuration for the traffic conformance tolerance configured through the cnftrftolerance command. The tolerance is a percent in the range 0-5%. This tolerance applies to compliance with bandwidth requirements for SPVCs and SPVPs. See also the cnftrftolerance description.

Syntax

dsptrftolerance

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnftrftolerance

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current TRF tolerance. The tolerance is the default 5%.

Corvette.1.PXM.a > dsptrftolerance
Trf Tolerance for SPVCs: 5

dspuplinkbert

Display Uplink Bit Error Rate Test—PXM1E

The dspuplinkbert command displays the configuration and current status for BERT on a line on the PXM1E UNI/NNI back card.

Syntax

dspuplinkbert <bay.line>

Syntax Description

bay.line

The required parameter identifies the bay and line that is under test. The possible values are as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

line: 1-16 maximum but depends on the number of lines supported by the back card


Related Commands

cnfuplinkbert, dspuplinkbertstats, startuplinkbert, stopuplinkbert

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the state of the BERT on 2.1.

PXM1E-IMA-227.7.PXM.a > dspuplinkbert 2.1
Line                : 2.1
BERT Admin Status   : Down
Operational Status  : OutOfSync
BERT Pattern        : TwoE3MinusOne
Error Insertion Rate: NoError
Tx Pattern Invert   : NotInverted
Rx Pattern Invert   : NotInverted
Start Date          : 

dspuplinkbertstats

Display Uplink BERT Statistics—PXM1E

The dspuplinkbertstats command shows BERT statistics for a line on the PXM1E UNI/NNI back card.

Syntax

dspuplinkbertstats <bay.line>

Syntax Description

bay.line

The required parameter identifies the bay and line that is under test. The possible values are as follows:

bay: always 2 on the PXM1E

line: 1-16 maximum but depends on the number of lines supported by the back card


Related Commands

cnfuplinkbert, dspuplinkbert, startuplinkbert, stopuplinkbert

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the statistics for BERT on 2.1.

PXM1E-IMA-227.7.PXM.a > dspuplinkbertstats 2.1
    Bert   Bits        Bit Errors   Single Bit 
    Line   Received    Received     Errors Injected
    ----   ----------  ----------   ---------------
     2.1            0           0                 0 

PXM1E-IMA-227.7.PXM.a > 

dspusers

Display Users—PXM45, PXM1E

Displays all current users and their access levels if the keyword -u is not given. If the key word -u is specified, it displays the user ID and access level of that user only.

Syntax

dspusers [-u <userID>]

Syntax Description

-u

Keyword that specifies the user (userId) to display.


Related Commands

adduser, deluser, cnfuser

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Show all configured users.

raviraj.7.PXM.a > dspusers

UserId        AccessLevel
-------------------------
cisco         CISCO_GP
service       SERVICE_GP
superuser     SUPER_GP

Show access level for a specified user. The user ID is "raoul."

raviraj.7.PXM.a > dspusers -u raoul

UserId        AccessLevel
-------------------------
raoul	 SUPER_GP

dspversion

Display Version—PXM45, PXM1E

Show details for the versions of boot and runtime firmware residing on a card. Typically, you would use dspversion in conjunction with the commands for changing a card's firmware version. (See Related Commands section.) For example, you can use dspversion to see if a particular firmware version is currently running.

Version Numbering Conventions

This section describes how to interpret the version number of a firmware image. Commands such as loadrev and setrev require a version number rather than a filename. Similarly, dspversion shows the firmware version number rather than the firmware filename. Although the version number derives from the firmware filename, they are distinctly different.

Firmware Filenames

The FW directory on the hard drive contains firmware files of possibly many revisions. (Each firmware file has the fw file extension.) The format of a firmware filename is:

cardtype_version-element[_platform].fw

Note that platform is an optional field because it applies to only the PXM45. For example, a firmware file may have the name "axsm_002.000.001.001.fw." Within this filename, the version-portion is 002.000.001.001. (Note the absence of "mgx.") This version-portion has the following format:

major-release.minor-release.maintenance.patch

Using the example of axsm_002.001.001.001.fw, the version is 2.1(1.1). Similarly, if no patch were present, the version number would be 2.1(1).

The range for each release, maintenance, and patch is 0-255. Note that, as you read left-to-right, each element is a superset of the element on the right, and the number on the right resets to 0 or 1 when the element on its left is incremented. For example, if the minor-release number 010 rolls to 011, the maintenance on its right is reset to 1, so the new version in the example is 002.011.001.000. (Note the anomaly here is that the maintenance number resets to 1 rather than 0 because of the IOS convention of starting maintenance numbers at 1.)

Version Numbers

To derive the firmware version number, the firmware filename is altered by removing insignificant zeroes and being reformatted to include parentheses. The format of a version number is:

major-release.minor-release(maintenance.patch)phase

For example, the significance of 2.1(60.8)P1 is shown below:

major-release

minor-release

(maintenance.patch)

phase

2.

1.

(6.0)

P1


Pre-release, developmental versions have one or two alphanumeric characters at the end of the version number, and these versions may appear in various contexts. For example, the help display for setrev gives examples of revision, but only the first two in the following list could be in released product. These two bullets show major release 2, minor release 1, and the minimal maintenance number of 1 (per the IOS precedent). The last three bullets show developmental revision numbers:

2.1(1) (note the absence of a patch number)

2.1(1.248) (note the patch number is 248)

2.1(0.1)A1 (note the phase number is A1)

2.1(0.10)D2 (note the phase number is D2)

2.1(0.248)P1, 2.1(0.1)P2, 2.1(0.113)P3, 2.1(0.10)P4

Syntax

dspversion

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

abortrev, commitrev, loadrev, runrev, setrev, dspcd

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the firmware version for the current PXM1E.

Corvette.1.PXM.a > dspversion

  Image Type   Shelf Type    Card Type         Version   Built On 
  ----------   ----------   ----------    ------------   ------------ 
     Runtime          MGX        PXM1E      3.0(10.0)D   Jun 21 2002, 14:34:16 
        Boot          MGX        PXM1E      3.0(0.83)D   - 

dspxbar

Display Crossbar—PXM45

The dspxbar command displays the hardware configuration of individual switch planes. Using this or any of the crossbar commands requires a deep understanding of the switching hardware.

The Contents of the dspxbar Output

Refer to the examples to see the location of each of the following fields. The general information that dspxbar displays is as follows:

Selected ASIC number (default 0 is unspecified).

Number of the slot where the crossbar ASIC resides (7 or 8 for an MGX 8850 node or 9, 10, 25, or 26 for an MGX 8950 node).

Number of the ASIC (0-2 in an MGX 8850 node or 0-3 in an MGX 8950 node).

Revision number of the ASIC.

Status of the ASIC.The status is either failed or OK. If the status is failed, the other ASICs must carry the switching load, and the throughput of the switch falls below the maximum. In this case, Cisco Systems recommends you replace the card.

The Resync Sframe Tic is the rising edge of the clock. Sframe refers to a switch frame. (A switch frame is a 60-byte cell that carries a 53-byte ATM cell plus a special header for internal fabric use between the switching fabric and the service module.

The crossbar configuration consists of four categories of information for each slot:

The type of backpressure is always Inband (meaning ingress direction). A crossbar does not have buffers (as the AXSMs do) and therefore must send backpressure signals to the queuing chips on each AXSM if congestion begins to occur in the switching plane.

The Disable Request field automatically indicates any requests to turn off a source or destination for the link between the ASIC and the service module. A user can trigger a disable request by using the cnfxbaradmin command.

The Disable Data field indicates whether data transfer has been turned off for source or destination. In the current product, the field for source and destination always is No.

The Redundancy Configuration field shows the mode of redundancy used by the ASIC and whether redundancy configuration exists for a slot. The redundancy mode is always Remap. Remap means that the switching fabric automatically maps cell transfers to the correct slot if a switchover occurs in a redundant pair. Note that, if a switchover occurs, the logical slot number in the endpoint ID stays the same.

The Slot column for Redundancy Configuration shows a card redundancy event, as follows: if the slot number under Redundancy Configuration differs from the number in the Slot Number column (far left in the example screen), a switchover between redundant cards has happened.


Note From the number of fixed values in the preceding fields, you can see that very little can change in the crossbar configuration itself.


Syntax

dspxbar <plane>

dspxbar
<xbarSlot> <plane> for XM60

Syntax Description

xbarSlot

The slot number of the XM60. Valid slot numbers are 9, 10, 25, and 26.

plane

The number of the switching plane. If you do not specify a plane, the system displays information for plane 0 as a default. In an MGX 8850 node, the range is 0-2. In an
MGX 8950 node, the range is 0-3.


Related Commands

dspswalms, dspdevalms, dspdeverr, dspdeverrhist, dspxbarerrthresh

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display switch ASIC (or switch plane or crossbar) 0.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspxbar 0
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 17, 2001 23:00:48 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
                    PXM45 CROSSBAR CONFIGURATION
Crossbar Slot No:  7         Switch Asic No:  0    Status: OK
Cell Grant Mode: Unicast Pref         Resync Sframe Tic: Rising-Edge Detect
Asic Revision: 1
Slot  BACK PRESSURE    DISABLE REQUEST  DISABLE DATA   REDUNDANCY CONFIG
 No   Grant   Mode       Dest    Src      Dest   Src    Mode         Slot
----  -------------    ---------------  ------------   ------------------
  1   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           1
  2   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           2
  3   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           3
  4   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           4
  5   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           5
  6   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           6
  7   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           7
  8   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           8
  9   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           9
 10   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          10
 11   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          11
 12   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          12
 13   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          13
14   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          14

Display switch ASIC 1 in slot 25. Note that the Redundancy Column reflects the PXM45 redundancy (with slot 7 mapping to slot 8 and slot 8 mapping to slot 7).

JBP2_Lower.8.PXM.a > dspxbar 25 1
JBP2_Lower                       System Rev: 02.01   Nov. 28, 2000 21:35:39 GMT
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: MAJOR
                    PXM45 CROSSBAR CONFIGURATION
Crossbar Slot No: 25         Switch Asic No:  1    Status: OK
Cell Grant Mode: Unicast Pref         Resync Sframe Tic: Rising-Edge Detect
Asic Revision: 1
Slot  BACK PRESSURE    DISABLE REQUEST  DISABLE DATA   REDUNDANCY CONFIG
 No   Grant   Mode       Dest    Src      Dest   Src    Mode         Slot
----  -------------    ---------------  ------------   ------------------
  1   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           1
  2   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           2
  3   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           3
  4   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           4
  5   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           5
  6   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           6
  7   Valid   InBand      Yes   Yes       No    No     Remap           8
  8   Valid   InBand      Yes   Yes       No    No     Remap           7
 11   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          11
 12   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          12
 13   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          13
 14   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          14
 15   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          15
 16   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          16 

The following screen illustrates remapping (and/or a switchover between redundant cards). Note that slots 12 and 14 are remapped. You could also follow up by displaying the cards. The dspcds output would show that the secondary card 14 is active and the primary card 12 is standby.

sanity-PXM45B                    System Rev:04.00   Apr. 27, 2003
18:30:12 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm:MAJOR
                    PXM45 CROSSBAR CONFIGURATION
Crossbar Slot No: 7         Switch Asic No: 0    Status:OK
Cell Grant Mode:Unicast Pref         Resync Sframe Tic:Rising-Edge
Detect
Asic Revision:1
Slot  BACK PRESSURE    DISABLE REQUEST  DISABLE DATA   REDUNDANCY CONFIG

 No   Grant   Mode       Dest    Src      Dest   Src    Mode
Slot
----  -------------    ---------------  ------------------------------
  1   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           1
  2   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           2
  3   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           3
  4   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           4
  5   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           5
  6   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           6
  7   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           7
  8   Valid   InBand      Yes   Yes       No    No     Remap           8
  9   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap           9
 10   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          10
 11   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          11
 12   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          14
<<===
 13   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          13
 14   Valid   InBand      No    No        No    No     Remap          12
<<===

dspxbarerrthresh

Display Crossbar Error Threshold—PXM45

The dspxbarerrthresh command displays the crossbar error thresholds. A crossbar can have nine types of errors, and each error has a threshold. The errors are loss of synchronization, a variety of parity and CRC errors, and so on (see Definitions of Crossbar Errors).

The items that make up a threshold are the:

Duration of the errored state

Number of errors during the time period

Upper and lower error counts within a particular alarm severity (minor, major, and critical)


Note The default settings for crossbar error thresholds are optimal for nearly all applications. The dspxbarerrthresh command shows the existing thresholds. If necessary, you can change thresholds through the cnfxbarerrthresh command.


The two types of alarm counts for each of these severities. (Refer to the example.) The higher count is the Error Count and is the highest number of errors that triggers an alarm of a particular severity. The lower count is the Clear Count: when the number of errors drops below the Clear Count, the alarm severity drops to the next lower severity. For example (using the defaults shown in the example display), if the number of transceiver errors drops below 40 (a major alarm), the alarm turns into a minor alarm. The higher count for a minor, major, and critical alarm is the number of errors that trigger that alarm. The lower count is number of errors that causes the severity to drop to the next lower severity.

The types of errors whose thresholds are displayed are:

1. Loss of synchronization (LossOfSync)

2. Transceiver error (TranscieverErr)

3. DisparityErr—an accumulation of five ASIC-level errors

4. ParityErr—a parity error in the switch frame as a whole

5. HeaderCRCErr—a CRC error for the switch frame header

6. PayloadCRCErr—a CRC error for the switch frame payload

7. RemapTwiceErr—in a redundant configuration, if multiple slots for redundancy purposes remap to the same slot, a remap twice error occurs. For example, For example, if Slot 2 is remapped to slot 3 and slot 4 is also remapped to slot 3, slot 3 reports that it is remapped twice. This error is service affecting should be immediately corrected.

8. RemapRecurrErr—if one slot redirects traffic to another slot, and that other slot redirects to yet a different slot, that is a remap recurrence error

9. Backpressure parity error (B.P.ParityErr)—a parity error in the signaling for backpressure

Syntax

dspxbarerrthresh

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspxbar, dspdevalms, dspdeverrhist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the current crossbar error thresholds.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspxbarerrthresh
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Nov. 15, 2001 14:24:30 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
                            CROSSBAR ERROR CONFIGURATION
                     Thresh  -- MINOR --     -- MAJOR --     -- CRITICAL --  
Device Error         Time    Clear Alarm     Clear Alarm      Clear Alarm    
Type                 (msec)  Count Count     Count Count      Count Count    
-------------------- ------  ----- -----     ----- -----      ----- -----    
LossOfSync            20000      0     3         4    15        300   301
TranscieverErr        20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
DisparityErr          20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
ParityErr             20000    300   301       300   301        300   301
HeaderCRCErr          20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
PayloadCRCErr         20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
RemapTwiceErr         20000      0     1         0     1        300   301
RemapRecurrErr        20000    300   301       300   301        300   301
B.P.ParityErr         20000      0    31        40   150        300   301

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a >

On an MGX 8950, the display appears as follows:

JBP2_Lower.8.PXM.a > dspxbarerrthresh
JBP2_Lower                       System Rev: 02.01   Nov. 28, 2000 21:39:29 GMT
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: MAJOR
                            CROSSBAR ERROR CONFIGURATION
                     Thresh  -- MINOR --     -- MAJOR --     -- CRITICAL --
Device Error         Time    Clear Alarm     Clear Alarm      Clear Alarm
Type                 (msec)  Count Count     Count Count      Count Count
-------------------- ------  ----- -----     ----- -----      ----- -----
LossOfSync            20000      0     3         4    15        300   301
TranscieverErr        20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
DisparityErr          20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
ParityErr             20000    300   301       300   301        300   301
HeaderCRCErr          20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
PayloadCRCErr         20000      0    31        40   150        300   301
RemapTwiceErr         20000      0     1         0     1        300   301
RemapRecurrErr        20000    300   301       300   301        300   301
B.P.ParityErr         20000      0    31        40   150        300   301 

dspxbarmgmt

Display Crossbar Management—PXM45

The dspxbarmgmt command shows the configuration for load sharing, auto-shutdown, and plane alarm threshold. See the cnfxbarmgmt description for an explanation.


Note The plane alarm threshold is not used in the current release.


Syntax

dspxbarmgmt

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

cnfxbarmgmt

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the crossbar management state for the current node. The settings are the defaults.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspxbarmgmt
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 04.00   Mar. 28, 2003 01:22:24 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Load Sharing: Enable
Auto Shutdown: Enable
Plane Alarm Threshold: 1

dspxbarplanealms

Display Crossbar Plane Alarms—PXM45

The dspxbarplanealms command displays the alarm status for each switch plane. This command can be used in the following hierarchy of plane-centric troubleshooting commands:

1. dspswalms

2. dspxbarplanealms

3. dspdeverrhist

4. dspdeverr

The sequence for slot-centric troubleshooting would be as follows:

This command can be used in the following hierarchy of slot-centric troubleshooting commands:

1. dspswalms

2. dspxbarslotbwalms

3. dspxbar

4. dspdeverrhist

5. dspdeverr

Syntax

dspxbarplanealms

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dspswalms, dspdeverrhist

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display switch alarms then crossbar plane alarms.

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspswalms

             XBAR SWITCHING FABRIC ALARMS SUMMARY

            Xbar Core Alarm         Xbar Port Alarm     Xbar Slot B/W alarm
Slot No.  Critical Major Minor   Critical Major Minor  Critical Major Minor
-------   -------- ----- -----   -------- ----- -----  -------- ----- -----
  01           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  02           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  03           1      0     0        0      0     0        0      1     0
  04           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  05           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  06           0      0     0        0      0     0        0      0     0
  07          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  08           0      0     0        0      0     0        1      0     0
  09          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  10          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  11          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  12          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  13          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --
  14          --     --    --       --     --    --       --     --    --

M8850_LA.8.PXM.a > dspxbarplanealms
M8850_LA                         System Rev: 03.09   Feb. 15, 2003 03:15:52 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL

      XBAR PLANE ALARM INFO
XbarSlot  Xbar Core    Xbar Plane 
/plane    Alarm        Based Alarm
------    -----        -----------
 7/0      --           --
 7/1      --           --
 7/2      --           --

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

dspxbarslotbwalms

Display Crossbar Slot Bandwidth Alarms—PXM45

The dspxbarslotbwalms command displays crossbar alarms as viewed from the card slot (rather than the switch planes).

If a switch plane fails, the bandwidth to all slots decreases. Due to the differences in throughput on different card types, the minimum number of operational switch planes varies according to the maximum speed of the card, so this command displays the minimum number operational switch planes for each slot. For example, an OC-48 card requires at least 2.3 operational switch planes to sustain its maximum rate. If a link fails or has errors such that the auto-shutdown capability turns off a link, a major alarm is raised. If the total number of failed links causes the number of operational switch planes to fall below the minimum requirement for a card, that card goes into critical alarm.

This command can be used in the following hierarchy of slot-centric troubleshooting commands:

1. dspswalms

2. dspxbarslotbwalms

3. dspxbar

4. dspdeverrhist

5. dspdeverr

The display shows:

The slot number

The alarm severity if one exists, or "none" if no alarm exists

The number of switch planes that each card requires

The number of available switch planes (if load sharing is enabled on an MGX 8850 switch, the display includes the switch ASICs on the standby PXM45)

The number of switch planes that are currently operating

Load sharing

Auto-shutdown

Syntax

dspxbarslotbwalms [slot_number]

Syntax Description

slot_number

You can specify a particular slot. The range depends on the chassis:

MGX 8850: 1-14

MGX 8950: 1-8 and 11-16


Related Commands

dspxbarplanealms, dspswalms, dspxbar, dspdeverrhist, dspdeverr

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display crossbar alarms flagged by the cards. The display shows:

Loadsharing and autoshutdown are enabled. (On an MGX 8950 node, load sharing is always on.)

One major slot alarm exists.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspxbarslotbwalms
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 15, 2001 17:22:52 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL

                XBAR SLOT BANDWIDTH ALARM INFO SUMMARY

LoadSharing < Enabled >                  AutoShutDown < Enabled > 
Slot   Xbar Slot    Required no.   Available no.    Operational no. 
No.    Bw Alarm     of Planes      of Planes        of Planes       
----   ---------    -----------    ------------     --------------  
 01      Major           3              8                 7
 02        --           --             --                -- 
 03        --           --             --                -- 
 04        --           --             --                -- 
 05      None            3              8                 8
 06        --           --             --                -- 
 07      None            1              4                 4
 08        --           --             --                -- 
 12        --           --             --                -- 
 13        --           --             --                -- 
 14        --           --             --                -- 
 15        --           --             --                -- 
 16        --           --             --                -- 

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a >

dspxbarstatus

Display Crossbar Status—PXM45


Note This command is obsolete, and Cisco recommends that you not use it.


The dspxbarstatus command displays the status of each slot from the viewpoint of a switch plane. The meaning of "slot" in this case is the slot addressed by the specified switch plane (or switch ASIC). Each switch plane sends and receives cells to and from each card slot.

Syntax

dspxbarstatus <xbarSlot> <planeIndex>

Syntax Description

xbarSlot

The slot number of the card that has the switch planes. On an MGX 8850 node, the crossbar slot numbers are 7 and 8. On an MGX 8950 node, the XM60 slot numbers are 9, 10, 25, and 26.

planeIndex

The number of the switching plane. For an MGX 8850 node, the range is 0-2. For an MGX 8950 node, the range is 0-3.


Related Commands

dspxbar, dspdevalms, dspdeverr, dspxbarerrthresh

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby, init

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Display the status of switch ASIC 0 in slot 7.

M8850_NY.7.PXM.a > dspxbarstatus 7 0
M8850_NY                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 09, 2001 15:57:53 PST
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Switch CD No: 7          Switch ASIC No: 0
Operational Status Bitmap   : 0x3FFF
Error Status Bitmap:
Slot 1: 0x0
Slot 2: 0x0
Slot 3: 0x0
Slot 4: 0x0
Slot 5: 0x0
Slot 6: 0x0
Slot 7: 0x0
Slot 8: 0x0
Slot 9: 0x0
Slot 10: 0x0
Slot 11: 0x0
Slot 12: 0x0
Slot 13: 0x0
Slot 14: 0x0
Slot 15: 0x0
Slot 16: 0x0
Misc Error Bitmap: 0x0
Fabric Available Bandwidth: 6000 Mbps
Switch Card Available Bandwidth: 3000 Mbps
Highest Bandwidth Needed: 2488 Mbps

dumpconfigs

Dump Configurations—PXM45, PXM1E

Use the dumpconfigs command to dump all card configurations to either a file or the terminal. The tasks performed by this command for each slot incorporate the actions of the following commands:

dspversion

dspcd

dsplns

dspcdsct

Syntax

dumpconfigs [terminal]

Syntax Description

terminal

Optional switch that directs the output to the terminal.


Related Commands

dumpversions, dspversion, dspcd, dsplns, dspcdsct

Attribute

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Dump the configurations to the terminal. The display is truncated after showing several sections of the SCT assigned to the card in slot 1.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dumpconfigs terminal
===================================================
==== Slot: 1 Type: AXSM_4OC12  State: Active ===

(session redirected)

######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspversion

  Image Type   Shelf Type    Card Type         Version   Built On 
  ----------   ----------   ----------    ------------   ------------ 
     Runtime          MGX         AXSM    2.1(70.79)P1   Oct 15 2001, 13:12:35 
        Boot          MGX         AXSM    2.1(70.79)P1   - 
######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspcd
                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------        ------------

Card Type:          AXSM-4-622          SMFIR-2-622         SMFIR-2-622         
State:              Active              Present             Present             
Serial Number:      SBK045102WN         SBK04460087         SBK043902EW         
Boot FW Rev:        2.1(70.79)P1        ---                 ---                 
SW Rev:             2.1(70.79)P1        ---                 ---                 
800-level Rev:      B0                  A1                  A1                  
Orderable Part#:    800-5774-9          800-5383-1          800-5383-1          
PCA Part#:          73-4504-5           73-4125-1           73-4125-1           
CLEI Code:          BAA62CUCAA          BAI9ADTAAA          BAI9ADTAAA          
Reset Reason:       Power ON Reset

SCT File Configured Version: 1

SCT File Operational Version: 1

Card SCT Id: 5

#Lines #Ports #Partitions   #SPVC   #SPVP    #SVC
------ ------ ----------- ------- ------- -------
     3      3           3       0       0       6

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 

######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dsplns
                                           Medium Medium 
  Sonet  Line     Line     Line    Frame   Line   Line     Alarm   APS 
  Line  State     Type     Lpbk   Scramble Coding Type     State   Enabled
  ----- ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------ -------  -----   -------- 
   1.1     Up sonetSts12c NoLoop   Enable  Other ShortSMF    Clear Disable
   1.2     Up sonetSts12c NoLoop   Enable  Other ShortSMF    Clear Disable
   2.1     Up sonetSts12c NoLoop   Enable  Other ShortSMF    Clear Disable
   2.2   Down sonetSts12c NoLoop   Enable  Other ShortSMF    Clear Disable


######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspcdsct bw

+------------------------------------+
| SCT - VERSION | FIRMWARE - VERSION |
| 0000000000001 | 000000000000000001 |
+------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Service Class Template [5] : Bw and Policing Parameters
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| SERV-TYPE |   PCR    |   SCR    |   MCR    |   MBS    |   CDVT   |   ICR    |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| VSI-SIG   | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.1     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.1  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.2  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-RT.3  | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00001000 | 01000000 | 00000000 | 00000050 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.1     | 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| UBR.2     | 00000010 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| ABR       | 00000010 | 00000000 | 01000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.2     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| CBR.3     | 00001000 | 00000000 | 00000000 | 00000001 | 00250000 | 00000000 |
| TagCOS-0c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-1c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-2c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-3c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-4c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-5c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-6c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
| TagCOS-7c | 00001000 | 00010000 | 00001000 | 00000800 | 00250000 | 00000100 |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+


######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspcdsct gen

+------------------------------------+
| SCT - VERSION | FIRMWARE - VERSION |
| 0000000000001 | 000000000000000001 |
+------------------------------------+
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
Service Class Template [5] : General Parameters
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
| SERV-TYPE | COSB_NUM | CAC_TYPE | UPC_ENB  | CLP-SELEC |    GCRA-1    |    GC|
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
| VSI-SIG   | 00000016 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000002 |      DISCARD |      |
| CBR.1     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      |
| VBR-RT.1  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000002 |      DISCARD |      |
| VBR-RT.2  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| VBR-RT.3  | 00000004 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| VBR-nRT.1 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000002 |      DISCARD |      |
| VBR-nRT.2 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| VBR-nRT.3 | 00000005 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| UBR.1     | 00000006 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      |
| UBR.2     | 00000006 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 | DSCD/SET-CLP |      |
| ABR       | 00000001 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      |
| CBR.2     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000003 |      DISCARD |      |
| CBR.3     | 00000003 |    B-CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-0c | 00000007 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-1c | 00000008 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-2c | 00000009 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-3c | 00000010 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-4c | 00000007 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-5c | 00000008 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-6c | 00000009 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
| TagCOS-7c | 00000010 |  LCN_CAC |DISABLED  | 000000001 |      DISCARD |      |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 


######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspcdsct cosb

Display the error status bitmap for switch plane 3 on the XM60 in slot 25.

M8950_DC.7.PXM.a > dspxbarstatus 25 3
M8950_DC                         System Rev: 02.01   Dec. 09, 2001 17:48:29 PST
MGX8950 (JBP-2)                                      Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Switch CD No: 25          Switch ASIC No: 3
Operational Status Bitmap   : 0xFC3F
Error Status Bitmap:
Slot 1: 0x0
Slot 2: 0x0
Slot 3: 0x0
Slot 4: 0x0
Slot 5: 0x0
Slot 6: 0x0
Slot 7: 0x0
Slot 8: 0x0
Slot 9: 0x0
Slot 10: 0x0
Slot 11: 0x0
Slot 12: 0x0
Slot 13: 0x0
Slot 14: 0x0
Slot 15: 0x0
Slot 16: 0x0
Misc Error Bitmap: 0x0
Fabric Available Bandwidth: 7000 Mbps
Switch Card Available Bandwidth: 2000 Mbps
Highest Bandwidth Needed: 2488 Mbps

dumptrace

Dump Trace—PXM45, PXM1E

The output of dumptrace is a filename. Provide this name to dsplog -log option to see its contents.

Syntax

dumptrace

Syntax Description

This command takes no parameters.

Related Commands

dsplog, dsplogs

Attributes

Log: no

State: active, standby

Privilege: SERVICE_GP


Example

Execute dumptrace, then view the contents with dsplog.

pop20one.7.PXM.a > dumptrace
The trace is saved in file error50.log

Display the contents of error log file 50. This example shows only the first screen.

pop20two.7.PXM.a > dsplog -log error50
07-00140 11/30/2000-23:10:59  SCM-4-RESP_TIMEOUT
         tSCM       0x80260d20
 Timeout waiting for response for slot 9, report to PMM
07-00139 11/30/2000-23:10:20  CLI-7-CMDLOG
         tDbgCmdTsk 0x80377d9c
 cliCmdLog: cisco@console: "cnfname pop20two".
07-00138 11/30/2000-23:10:20 PROO-6-soPRctcEvRcv
         PnProot    0x8068b894
 proot_ctc_event_hdlr(): received EVENT 0x63 from CTC
07-00137 11/30/2000-23:10:08  CLI-7-CMDLOG
         tDbgInTask 0x80377d9c
 cliCmdLog: cisco@console: (cc 7).
07-00134 11/30/2000-23:08:23 SHM_-7-CARD_FAIL
         ShelfMgr   0x802e73b4
 SHM: slot 9 failed reason SHM_CDF_MAX_RESETS_REACHED [7]
07-00135 11/30/2000-23:08:23 SHM_-7-ALM_SET
ShelfMgr   0x8030ccf4
SHM Alarm Raised: pslot: 9, AlarmId: 0x2800b(SHM_ALM_NON_RES_FC_FAILED) - 3 dropped

dumpversions

Dump Versions—PXM45, PXM1E

The dumpversions command performs the following functions for all card slots and write the information to either a file on disk or the terminal:

dspcds

dspversion

dspcd

The output begins by performing the dspcds command then continues by performing dspversion and dspcd for each slot. Without the optional parameter, the operation causes the output to go to the hard disk and displays the complete path to the file.


Note To dump the contents of the SCTs assigned to each card, use the dumpconfigs command.


Syntax

dumpversions [terminal]

Syntax Description

terminal

Optional switch that directs the output to the terminal.


Related Commands

dspcds, dspcd, dspversion, dumpconfigs

Attributes

Log: no

State: active

Privilege: ANYUSER


Example

Run dumpversions without the optional parameter. The filename appears in the output.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dumpversions
INFO: Output will be saved to C:/DUMP/dumpversions.01
...........................
To display output on terminal, use "dumpversions terminal"

Run dumpversions without the optional parameter. The example display is truncated after a few card slots. Note that the output does not show the contents of the SCTs.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dumpversions terminal

######## slot:7 type:PXM45B cmd: dspcds
M8850_SF                         System Rev: 02.01   Nov. 25, 2001 19:25:59 PST
Chassis Serial No:   UNKNOWN     Chassis Rev:        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       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    Standby/Active      PXM45B         NONE       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

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==== Slot: 1 Type: AXSM_4OC12  State: Active ===

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######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspversion

  Image Type   Shelf Type    Card Type         Version   Built On 
  ----------   ----------   ----------    ------------   ------------ 
     Runtime          MGX         AXSM    2.1(70.79)P1   Oct 15 2001, 13:12:35 
        Boot          MGX         AXSM    2.1(70.79)P1   - 


######## slot:1 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspcd
                    Front Card          Upper Card          Lower Card
                    ----------          ----------        ------------

Card Type:          AXSM-4-622          SMFIR-2-622         SMFIR-2-622         
State:              Active              Present             Present             
Serial Number:      SBK045102WN         SBK04460087         SBK043902EW         
Boot FW Rev:        2.1(70.79)P1        ---                 ---                 
SW Rev:             2.1(70.79)P1        ---                 ---                 
800-level Rev:      B0                  A1                  A1                  
Orderable Part#:    800-5774-9          800-5383-1          800-5383-1          
PCA Part#:          73-4504-5           73-4125-1           73-4125-1           
CLEI Code:          BAA62CUCAA          BAI9ADTAAA          BAI9ADTAAA          
Reset Reason:       Power ON Reset

SCT File Configured Version: 1

SCT File Operational Version: 1
Card SCT Id: 5

#Lines #Ports #Partitions   #SPVC   #SPVP    #SVC
------ ------ ----------- ------- ------- -------
     3      3           3       0       0       6

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 
===================================================
==== Slot: 2 Type: AXSM_4OC12  State: Active ===

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######## slot:2 type:AXSM_4OC12 cmd: dspversion