Cisco MGX 8850 VISM, Release 1.5 Installation and Configuration
Command Line Interface (CLI)
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Command Line Interface (CLI)

Table Of Contents

Command Line Interface (CLI)

Command Line Features

Entering Commands

General Command Items

Command Sequences

Mandatory/Optional Commands

Logging In

Logging Out

VISM Commands

?

addcasvar

addccs

addcid

addcon

addconloop

adddn

addendpt

addendptloop

addendpts

addln

addlnloop

addmgc

addmgcprotocol

addport

addrscprtn

cc

chkflash

clralm

clralmcnts

clralms

clrsarcnt

clrsarcnts

clrsarmsgcnt

clrscrn

clrtaskinfo

cnfaal2subcellmuxing

cnfalm

cnfcac

cnfcascode

cnfcasendpt

cnfcasvar

cnfccs

cnfcodecparams

cnfcodectmpl

cnfcompsize

cnfcompvad

cnfcon

cnfconcac

cnfconprotect

cnfdeftos

cnfds0localcas

cnfds0loop

cnfecanenable

cnfecanidle

cnfecannrn

cnfecanrec

cnfecantail

cnfecantone

cnfendptcadence

cnferl

cnfgwis

cnfgwoos

cnfjtrinitdelay

cnfjtrmode

cnfln

cnflncadence

cnflnis

cnflnoos

cnflnsig

cnftrunkcond

cnfmgc

cnfpktperiod

cnfrtcprepint

cnfrtprxtimer

cnfsrcppeer

cnftftpdn

cnfvismdn

cnfvismip

cnfvismmode

cnfxgcpmwd

cnfxgcppeer

cnfxgcpretry

delcasvar

delccs

delcid

delcon

delconloop

deldn

delendpt

delendptloop

delendpts

delln

dellnloop

delmgc

delmgcprotocol

delport

delrscprtn

dspaal2profile

dspalm

dspalmcnf

dspalmcnt

dspalms

dspcarddsp

dspcasendpts

dspcasvar

dspcasvarendpts

dspcasvars

dspcasxgcps

dspccs

dspccschans

dspccscnt

dspcd

dspcid

dspcids

dspcodectmpls

dspcodecparams

dspcon

dspconcac

dspconcnt

dspcons

dspdn

dspdns

dspds0localcasstatus

dspds0loop

dspendpt

Syntax

dspendpts

dspgwstate

dspln

dsplncids

dsplndsp

dsplndsx0s

dsplnendptstatus

dsplns

dsplnstate

dsploops

dspmaxmgcs

dspmgc

dspmgcprotocols

dspmgcs

dspmgprotocols

dspmngcidcnt

dspport

dsprscprtn

dspsarcnt

dspsarcnts

dspsarmsgcnt

dspsrcpcnt

dspsrcpcnts

dspsrcppeer

dspsrcppeers

dspsrcpport

dsptaskinfo

dspvismdn

dspvismip

dspvismparam

dspxgcpcnf

dspxgcpcons

dspxgcpdefpkg

dspxgcpdetailcnt

dspxgcpdetailcnts

dspxgcperrcnt

dspxgcppeers

dspxgcpport

dspxgcpcnt

dspxgcpcntnts

Help

pinglndsp

tstcon

tstdelay

version


Command Line Interface (CLI)


This chapter describes the VISM Command Line Interface (CLI) that is used to configure, manage, and troubleshoot the VISM card.

Command Line Features

Commands can be entered either through:

An alphanumeric terminal (or PC emulating an alphanumeric terminal) connected to the control port on the shelf's PXM card.

A PC or workstation using Telnet and connected to the PXM LAN port using TCP/IP through its LAN port (the IP address used is that of the MGX 8850 and which must already be configured).

Entering Commands

The CLI is a DOS-like interface in which each command has a mnemonic followed by a string of parameters (some commands have no parameters, some have one, and some have several). Commands are entered by typing the mnemonic followed by the value of each parameter in order and ended with the Enter key. Spaces are used to separate the mnemonic and all the parameters.

An example command is the command to add an endpoint in VISM which can be used to defined one end of a connection. The command is Add Endpoint and its mnemonic is addendpt. This command has three parameters, namely, an endpoint number (to identify the endpoint from other endpoints), the ds1 line to be associated with the endpoint, and the ds0 channel within the ds1 line to be associated with the endpoint. The format of this command is:

addendpt <endpoint_num> <ds1_num> <ds0_num>

where

<endpoint_num>

An endpoint number in the range 1-240 for E1 and 1-192 for T1.

<ds1_num>

The physical line number in the range 1-8

<ds0_num>

The DS0 configured for this endpoint. DS0s are numbered 1 to 31 for E lines and 1 to 24 for T lines.


:

Thus to add an endpoint with number (say) 10 which defines ds1 number 4 and ds0 channel number 3 within ds1 number 4, the command is:

addendpt 10 4 3 (Enter)

Some commands require a parameter identifier to be entered before the parameter value. The clear alarm is an example of such a command. The format of this command is:

clralm -ds1 <LineNum>

The parameter is LineNum but requires the identifier "-ds1" to be entered also. Thus to clear alarms on line 4 the command is:

clralm -ds1 4

This chapter describes each command is detail including parameter identifiers where required.

General Command Items

Command Sequences

Many operations require several commands to be executed in a prescribed sequence. For example, configuring a line (such as addccs) requires the addln (addline) command to be executed before a configuration can take place. Likewise, the same principle applies when deleting in which the items are deleted in the reverse order in which they were added. Using the same example, if a line has CCS added through the addccs command , it must first be deleted (delccs) before the line can be deleted.

In most cases, if a user attempts to execute a command in the wrong sequence, a message indicating such is displayed.

Mandatory/Optional Commands

There are certain mandatory commands that must be executed before the VISM card is fully operational. The remaining commands are optional and will assume default values for their parameters unless they are executed with other specific parameter values.

The mandatory commands (in order of execution) are shown in Table 7-1.

Table 7-1 Mandatory Commands  

VoIP Mode
AAL2 Trunking Mode

cnfvismmode

Configure VISM mode

cnfvismmode

Configure VISM mode

cnfvismip

Configure VISM IP address

   

cnfcac

Configure CAC

cnfcac

Configure CAC

addln

Add line

addln

Add line

addendpt

Add endpoing

addendpt

Add endpoing

addcon

Add connection

addcon

Add connection

cnflnsig

Configure line signaling

cnflnsig

Configure line signaling

addcasvar

Add CAS variant

addcid

Add channel id

cnfcasendpt

Configure CAS endpoint

cnfcassig

Configure CAS signaling

   

addccs

Add CCS


Logging In

Before commands can be entered, the user must first log onto the system. This process requires a valid user name and password that are known to the MGX 8850 (see the MGX 8850 Command Reference for details)

Logging in process consists of:

1. Entering your user name followed by pressing the Enter key in response to a prompt requesting user name.

2. Entering your password followed by pressing the Enter key in response to a prompt requesting a password.

3. The system responds by asking for a card number (slot number).

Login: cisco                                                                    
password:                                                                       
card number [7]:

If the slot number of the VISM card to be configured is known, enter that number and press the Enter key.

If the VISM slot number is not known, enter the number 7 to logon to the PXM card, which is in slot 7, and then enter the dspcds (display cards) command. This displays the card installed in each slot in the shelf as shown below.

NODENAME.1.7.PXM.a >   dspcds                                                                          
                                                                                
    Slot  CardState    CardType     CardAlarm  Redundancy                       
    ----  -----------  --------     ---------  -----------                      
    1.1   Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.2   Active       VISM-8T1     Clear                                       
    1.3   Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.4   Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.5   Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.6   Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.7   Active       PXM1-OC3     Minor                                       
    1.8   Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.9   Active       VISM-8E1     Clear                                       
    1.10  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.11  Active       VISM-8T1     Clear                                       
    1.12  Boot         VISM-8T1     Clear                                       
    1.13  Active       VISM-8T1     Clear                                       
    1.14  Active       VISM-8E1     Clear                                       
    1.15  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.16  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.17  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.18  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.19  Empty                     Clear                                       
                                                                                
Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop:                                           
                                                                                
    Slot  CardState    CardType     CardAlarm  Redundancy                       
    ----  -----------  --------     ---------  -----------                      
    1.20  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.21  Boot         VISM-8T1     Clear                                       
    1.22  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.25  Reserved     VISM-8E1     Clear                                       
    1.26  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.27  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.28  Active       VISM-8E1     Clear                                       
    1.29  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.30  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.31  Empty                     Clear                                       
    1.32  Empty                     Clear 

Locate the slot number of the VISM card to be configured and use the cc (change cards) command with the desired VISM card slot number to switch to the required VISM card.

NODENAME.1.7.PXM.a > cc 9                                                       
                                                                                
(session redirected)                                                            
                                                                                

The command line prompt shows the name of the shelf, the number of the shelf (which is always "1"), the slot number and type for the current card, and whether the card is in the active ("a") or standby state ("s"). The following is an example of the command line prompt:

 
NODENAME.1.9.VISM8.a 

In this exa mple, the current card is an active VISM in slot 9, and the name of the node is "NODENAME".

When the VISM prompt is displayed, commands can be entered and executed by the selected VISM card.

Logging Out

To end a CLI session and log out of the system, enter either the bye command or the logout command.

VISM Commands

The VISM CLI Command set are listed in the following tables.

Table 7-2 lists all the VISM commands in alphabetical order.


Note Not all commands are applicable to all modes. The X's in the table indicate which commands apply to the VoIP mode and which apply to the AAL2 Trunking mode.


Table 7-3 lists VoIP mode commands in alphbetical order.

Table 7-4 lists VoIP mode commands by functional group. For example, the Card Group includes those commands that refer to the VISM card as a whole, the DSP Group includes those commands that refer to the Digital Signal Processors.

Table 7-5 lists AAL2 Trunking mode commands in alphabetical order.

Table 7-6 lists AAL2 Trunking mode commands by functional group.

A description of each VISM command, arranged in alphabetical order, follows the command tables. If the nemonic of a command is known, the Index can be used to obtain the page number of the description of that command.

Table 7-2 All VISM Commands in Alphabetical Order 

Command
Description
Group
VoIP
Mode
AAL 2 PVC
Mode

?

help

User

X

X

addcasvar

add CAS variant

Call agent

X

 

addccs

add common channel signaling

Signaling

 

X

addcid

add channel identifier

Connection

 

X

addcon

add connection

Connection

X

X

addconloop

add connection loop

Connection

X

X

adddn

add domain

Call agent

X

 

addendpt

add endpoint

Connection

X

X

addendpts

add endpoints

Connection

X

X

addendptloop

add endpoint loopback

Connection

X

X

addln

add line

Line

X

X

addlnloop

add line loop

Line

X

X

addmgc

add call agent

Call agent

X

 

addmgcprotocol

add call agent protocol

Call agent

X

 

addport

addport

Card

X

X

addrscprtn

addresource partition

Card

X

X

cc

change card

User

X

X

chkflash

check flash memory

User

X

X

clralm

clear alarm

Alarm

X

X

clralmcnts

clear alarm counts

Alarm

X

X

clralms

clear alarms

Alarm

X

X

clrsarcnt

clear SAR counters

Card

X

X

clrsarcnts

clear SAR counters

Card

X

X

clrsarmsgcnt

clear SAR message count

Card

X

X

clrscn

clear screen

User

X

X

clrtaskinfo

clear task information

Card

X

X

cnfaal2subcellmuxing

configure AAL2 subcellmultiplexing

Connection

 

X

cnfalm

configure alarm

Alarm

X

X

cnfcac

configurfe CAC

Connection

X

X

cnfcascode

configure CAS coding

Connection

 

X

cnfcasendpt

configure CAS endpoint

Connection

X

X

cnfcasvar

configure CAS variant

Connection

X

X

cnfccs

configure common channel signaling

Connection

 

X

cnfcodecparams

configure codec parameters

DSP

X

 

cnfcodectempl

configure codec template

DSP

X

X

cnfcompsize

configure compression packet size

DSP

X

X

cnfcompvad

configure compression VAD

DSP

X

X

cnfcon

configure connection

Connection

X

X

cnfconcac

configure connection CAC

Connection

 

X

cnfconprotect

configure connection protection

Connection

X

 

cnfdeftos

configure type of service

Connection

X

 

cnfds0localcas

configure local CAS

Signaling

X

X

cnfds0loop

configure loopback

Line

X

X

cnfecanenable

configure echo canceler enable

DSP

X

X

cnfecanidle

configure echo canceler idle

DSP

X

X

cnfecannrn

configure echo canceler nrn

DSP

X

X

cnfecanrec

configure echo canceler rec

DSP

X

X

cnfecantail

configure echo canceler tail

DSP

X

X

cnfecantone

configure echo canceler tone

DSP

X

X

cnfendptcadence

configure endpoint cadence

Signaling

X

 

cnferl

configure echo return loss

DSP

X

X

cnfgwis

configure VISM in service

Card

X

 

cnfgwoos

configure VISM out of service

Card

X

 

cnfjtrinitdelay

configure initial jitter delay

DSP

X

X

cnfjtrmode

configure jitter mode

DSP

X

X

cnfln

configure line

Line

X

X

cnflncadence

configure line cadence

Line

X

X

cnflnis

configure line in service

Line

X

 

cnflnoos

configure line out of service

Line

X

 

cnflnsig

configure line signal

Line

 

X

cnflntrunkcond

configure trunk conditioning

Line

 

X

cnfmgc

configure call agent

Call agent

X

 

cnfpktperiod

configure packet period

Connection

X

 

cnfrtcprepint

configure RTCP report interval

Call agent

X

 

cnfrtprxtimer

configure RTP recieve timer

Call agent

X

 

cnfsrcppeer

configure srcp peer UDP port

Call agent

X

 

cnftftpdn

configure TFTP domain name

Card

X

X

cnfvismdn

configure vism domain

Card

X

 

cnfvismip

configure vism IP address

Card

X

 

cnfvismmode

configure mode

Card

X

X

cnfxgcpmwd

configure xgcp max. wait delay

Call agent

X

 

cnfxgcppeer

configure xgcp peer

Call agent

X

 

cnfxgcpretry

configure xgcp retries

Call agent

X

 

delcasvar

delete CAS variant

Signaling

X

X

delccs

delete common channel signaling

Signaling

 

X

delcid

delete channel identifier

Connection

 

X

delcon

delete connection

Connection

X

X

delconloop

delete connection loopback

Connection

X

X

deldn

delete domain name

Call agent

X

 

delendpt

delete endpoint

Connection

X

X

delendptloop

delete endpoint loopback

Connection

X

X

delendpts

delete endpoints

Connection

X

X

delln

delete line

Line

X

X

dellnloop

delete line loop

Line

X

X

delmgc

del call agent

Call agent

X

 

delmgcprotocol

delete call agent protocol

Call agent

X

 

delport

delete port

Card

X

X

delrscprtn

delete resource partition

Card

X

X

dspaal2profile

display AAL2 profile

Connection

 

X

dspalm

display alarm

Alarm

X

X

dspalmcnf

display alarm configuration

Alarm

X

X

dspalmcnt

dispaly alarm count

Alarm

X

X

dspalms

display alarms

Alarm

X

X

dspcarddsp

display card DSPs

DSP

X

X

dspcasvar

dsplay CAS variant

signaling

X

X

dspcasvarendpts

display CAS variant endpoints

signaling

X

 

dspcasendpts

display CAS endpoints

signaling

X

 

dspcasvars

display CAS variants

signaling

X

X

dspcasxgcps

display CAS XGCP

Call agent

X

 

dspccs

display common channel signaling

Connection

 

X

dspccschans

display CCS channels

Signaling

 

X

dspccscnt

display CCS counters

Signaling

 

X

dspcd

display card

Card

X

X

dspcid

display channel identifier

Connection

 

X

dspcids

display channel identifiers

Connection

 

X

dspcodecparams

display codec parameters

DSP

X

 

dspcodectempls

display codec template

DSP

X

X

dspcon

display connection

Connection

X

X

dspconcac

display channel CAC

Connection

 

X

dspconcnt

display channel counters

Connection

X

X

dspcons

display connections

Connection

X

X

dspdn

display domain name

Call agent

X

 

dspdns

display domain names

Call agent

X

 

dspds0localcasstatus

display local CAS status

Signaling

X

X

dspds0loop

display loopback

Line

X

X

dspendpt

display endpoint

Connection

X

X

dspendpts

display endpoints

Connection

X

X

dspgwstate

display VISM

Card

X

 

dspln

display line

Line

X

X

dsplncids

display line CIDs

Connection

 

X

dsplndsp

display line DSP

DSP

X

X

dsplndsx0s

dsplay line ds0s

Line

X

X

dsplnendptstatus

display endpoint status

Connection

X

X

dsplns

display lines

Line

X

X

dsplnstate

dsplay line state

Line

Xx

X

dsploops

dsplay loopbacks

Connection

X

X

dspmaxmgcs

display maximum number of call agents

Call agent

X

 

dspmgc

display call agent

Call agent

X

 

dspmgcprotocols

display call agent protocol

Call agent

X

 

dspmgcs

display call agents

Call agent

X

 

dspmgprotocols

display gateway control protocols

Call agent

X

 

dspmngcidcnt

display cid count

Connection

 

X

dspport

display port

Card

X

X

dsprscprtn

display resource partition

Card

X

X

dspsarcnt

display SAR counters (line

Card

X

X

dspsarcnts

display SAR counters (all)

Card

X

X

dspsarmsgcnt

display SAR message counters

Card

X

X

dspsrcpcnt

display SRCP counters (line)

Call agent

X

 

dspsrcpcnts

display SRCP counters (all)

Call agent

X

 

dspsrcpeer

display SRCP peer UDP port

Call agent

X

 

dspsrcpeers

display SRCP peer UDP ports

Call agent

X

 

dspsrcpport

display SRCP UDP port

Call agent

X

 

dsptaskinfo

display task information

Card

X

X

dspvismdn

display card domain

Card

X

 

dspvismip

display vism IP address

Card

X

 

dspvismparam

display VISM parameters

Card

X

X

dspxgcpcnf

display xgcp configuration

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpcons

display xgcp connections

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpdefpxg

display xgcp default package

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpdetailcnt

display xgcp detail count

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpdetailcnts

display xgcp detail counts

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcperrcnt

display xgcp error count

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcppeer

display xgcp peer

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpport

display xgcp port

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpcnt

display xgcp count

Call agent

X

 

dspxgcpcnts

display all xgcp counts

Call agent

X

 

Help

help

User

X

X

pinglndsp

ping line dsp

DSP

X

X

tstcon

test connection

Connection

X

X

tstdelay

test delay

Connection

X

X

version

version

Card

X

X


Table 7-3 VoIP Mode Commands in Alphabetical Order 

Command
Description

?

help

addcasvar

add CAS variant

addcon

add connection

addconloop

add connection loop

adddn

add domain

addendpt

add endpoint

addendptloop

add endpoint loopback

addendpts

add endpoints

addln

add line

addlnloop

add line loop

addmgc

add call agent

addmgcprotocol

add call agent protocol

addport

addport

addrscprtn

addresource partition

cc

change card

chkflash

check flash memory

clralm

clear alarm

clralmcnts

clear alarm counts

clralms

clear alarms

clrsarcnt

clear SAR counters

clrsarcnts

clear SAR counters

clrsarmsgcnt

clear SAR message count

clrscn

clear screen

clrtaskinfo

clear task information

cnfalm

configure alarm

cnfcac

configurfe CAC

cnfcasendpt

configure CAS endpoint

cnfcasvar

configure CAS variant

cnfcodecparams

configure codec parameters

cnfcodectempl

configure codec template

cnfcompsize

configure compression packet size

cnfcompvad

configure compression VAD

cnfcon

configure connection

cnfconprotect

configure connection protection

cnfdeftos

configure type of service

cnfds0localcas

configure ds0 local CAS

cnfds0loop

configure ds0 loopback

cnfecanenable

configure echo canceler enable

cnfecanidle

configure echo canceler idle

cnfecannrn

configure echo canceler nrn

cnfecanrec

configure echo canceler rec

cnfecantail

configure echo canceler tail

cnfecantone

configure echo canceler tone

cnfendptcadence

configure endpoint cadence

cnferl

configure echo return loss

cnfgwis

configure VISM in service

cnfgwoos

configure VISM out of service

cnfjtrinitdelay

configure initial jitter delay

cnfjtrmode

configure jitter mode

cnfln

configure line

cnflncadence

configure line cadence

cnflnis

configure line in service

cnflnoos

configure line out of service

cnflnsig

configure line signal

cnfmgc

configure call agent

cnfpktperiod

configure packet period

cnfrtcprepint

configure RTCP report interval

cnfrtprxtimer

configure RTP recieve timer

cnfsrcppeer

configure srcp peer UDP port

cnftftpdn

configure TFTP domain name

cnfvismdn

configure vism domain

cnfvismip

configure vism IP address

cnfvismmode

configure mode

cnfxgcpmwd

configure xgcp max. wait delay

cnfxgcppeer

configure xgcp peer

cnfxgcpretry

configure xgcp retries

delcasvar

delete CAS variant

delcon

delete connection

delconloop

delete connection loop

deldn

delete domain name

delendpt

delete endpoint

delendptloop

delendptloop

delendpts

delete endpoints

delln

delete line

dellnloop

delete line loop

delmgc

delete call agent

delmgcprotocol

delete call agent protocol

delport

delete port

delrscprtn

delete resource partition

dspalm

display alarm

dspalmcnf

display alarm configuration

dspalmcnt

dispaly alarm count

dspalms

display alarms

dspcarddsp

display card DSPs

dspcasendpts

display CAS endpoints

dspcasvar

display CAS variant

dspcasvarendpts

display CAS variant endpoints

dspcasvars

display CAS variants

dspcasxgcps

display CAS XGCP

dspcd

display card

dspcodecparms

display codec parameters

dspcodectempls

display codec template

dspcon

display connection

dspconcnt

display channel counters

dspcons

display connections

dspdn

display domain name

dspdns

display domain names

dspds0localcasstatus

display ds0 local CAS status

dspds0loop

display ds0 loopback

dspendpt

display endpoint

dspendpts

display endpoints

dspgwstate

display VISM

dspln

display line

dsplndsp

display line DSP

dsplndsx0s

dsplay line ds0s

dsplnendptstatus

display line endpoint status

dsplns

display lines

dsplnstate

dsplay line state

dsploops

dsploopbacks

dspmaxmgcs

display maximum number of call agents

dspmgc

display call agent

dspmgcprotocols

display call agent protocol

dspmgcs

display call agents

dspmgprotocols

display gateway control protocols

dspport

display port

dsprscprtn

display resource partition

dspsarcnt

display SAR counters (line

dspsarcnts

display SAR counters (all)

dspsarmsgcnt

display SAR message counters

dspsrcpcnt

display SRCP counters (line)

dspsrcpcnts

display SRCP counters (all)

dspsrcpeer

display SRCP peer UDP port

dspsrcpeers

display SRCP peer UDP ports

dspsrcpport

display SRCP UDP port

dsptaskinfo

display task information

dspvismdn

display card domain

dspvismip

display vism IP address

dspvismparam

display VISM parameters

dspxgcpcnf

display xgcp configuration

dspxgcpcons

display xgcp connections

dspxgcpdefpxg

display xgcp default package

dspxgcpdetailcnt

display xgcp detail count

dspxgcpdetailcnts

display xgcp detail counts

dspxgcperrcnt

display xgcp error count

dspxgcppeer

display xgcp peer

dspxgcpport

display xgcp port

dspxgcpcnt

display xgcp count

dspxgcpcnts

display all xgcp counts

Help

help

pinglndsp

ping line dsp

tstcon

test connection

tstdelay

test delay

version

version


Table 7-4 VoIP Mode Commands by Functional Group 

Command
Description
Group

Alarm Group

clralm

clear alarm

Alarm

clralmcnts

clear alarm counts

Alarm

clralms

clear alarms

Alarm

cnfalm

configure alarm

Alarm

dspalm

display alarm

Alarm

dspalmcnf

display alarm configuration

Alarm

dspalmcnt

dispaly alarm count

Alarm

dspalms

display alarms

Alarm

Call Agent Group

adddn

add domain

Call agent

addmgc

add call agent

Call agent

addmgcprotocol

add call agent protocol

Call agent

cnfcasxgcp

configure CAS xgcp protocol

Call agent

cnfmgc

configure call agent

Call agent

cnfrtcprepint

configure RTCP report interval

Call agent

cnfrtprxtimer

configure RTP recieve timer

Call agent

cnfsrcppeer

configure srcp peer UDP port

Call agent

cnfxgcpmwd

configure xgcp max. wait delay

Call agent

cnfxgcppeer

configure xgcp peer

Call agent

cnfxgcpretry

configure xgcp retries

Call agent

deldn

delete domain name

Call agent

delmgc

delete call agent

Call agent

delmgcprotocol

delete call agent protocol

Call agent

dspcasxgcps

display CAS XGCP

Call agent

dspdn

display domain name

Call agent

dspdns

display domain names

Call agent

dspmaxmgcs

display maximum number of call agents

Call agent

dspmgc

display call agent

Call agent

dspmgcprotocols

display call agent protocol

Call agent

dspmgcs

display call agents

Call agent

dspmgprotocols

display gateway control protocols

Call agent

dspsrcpcnt

display SRCP counters (line)

Call agent

dspsrcpcnts

display SRCP counters (all)

Call agent

dspsrcpeer

display SRCP peer UDP port

Call agent

dspsrcpeers

display SRCP peer UDP ports

Call agent

dspsrcpport

display SRCP UDP port

Call agent

dspxgcpcnf

display xgcp configuration

Call agent

dspxgcpcons

display xgcp connections

Call agent

dspxgcpdefpxg

display xgcp default package

Call agent

dspxgcpdetailcnt

display xgcp detail count

Call agent

dspxgcpdetailcnts

display xgcp detail counts

Call agent

dspxgcperrcnt

display xgcp error count

Call agent

dspxgcppeer

display xgcp peer

Call agent

dspxgcpport

display xgcp port

Call agent

dspxgcpcnt

display xgcp count

Call agent

dspxgcpcnts

display all xgcp counts

Call agent

Card Group

addport

addport

Card

addrscprtn

addresource partition

Card

clrsarcnt

clear SAR counters

Card

clrsarcnts

clear SAR counters

Card

clrsarmsgcnt

clear SAR message count

Card

clrtaskinfo

clear task information

Card

cnfcodectempl

configure codec template

Card

cnfgwis

configure VISM in service

Card

cnfgwoos

configure VISM out of service

Card

cnftftpdn

configure TFTP domain name

Card

cnfvismdn

configure vism domain

Card

cnfvismip

configure vism IP address

Card

cnfvismmode

configure mode

Card

delport

delete port

Card

delrscprtn

delete resource partition

Card

dspcd

display card

Card

dspgwstate

display VISM

Card

dspport

display port

Card

dsprscprtn

display resource partition

Card

dspsarcnt

display SAR counters (line

Card

dspsarcnts

display SAR counters (all)

Card

dspsarmsgcnt

display SAR message counters

Card

dsptaskinfo

display task information

Card

dspvismdn

display card domain

Card

dspvismip

display vism IP address

Card

dspvismparam

display VISM parameters

Card

version

version

Card

Connection Group

delcon

delete connection

Connection

addcon

add connection

Connection

addconloop

add connection loopback

Connection

addendpt

add endpoint

Connection

addendptloop

add endpoing loop

Connection

addendpts

addendpoints

Connection

cnfcac

configurfe CAC

Connection

cnfcasendpt

configure CAS endpoint

Connection

cnfcasvar

configure CAS variant

Connection

cnfcon

configure connection

Connection

cnfdeftos

configure type of service

Connection

cnfpktperiod

configure packet period

Connection

delendpt

delete endpoint

Connection

delendptloop

delete endpoint loop

Connection

delendpts

delete endpoints

Connection

dspcon

display connection

Connection

dspconcnt

display channel counters

Connection

dspcons

display connections

Connection

dspendpt

display endpoint

Connection

dspendpts

display endpoints

Connection

dsplnendptstatus

display line endpoint status

Connection

dsploops

dsplay loopbacks

Connection

tstcon

test connection

Connection

tstdelay

test delay

Connection

cnfconprotect

configure connection protection

Connection

DSP Group

cnfcodecparms

configure codec parameters

DSP

cnfcodectempls

configure codec templates

DSP

cnfcompsize

configure compression packet size

DSP

cnfcompvad

configure compression VAD

DSP

cnfecanenable

configure echo canceler enable

DSP

cnfecanidle

configure echo canceler idle

DSP

cnfecannrn

configure echo canceler nrn

DSP

cnfecanrec

configure echo canceler rec

DSP

cnfecantail

configure echo canceler tail

DSP

cnfecantone

configure echo canceler tone

DSP

cnferl

configure echo return loss

DSP

cnfjtrinitdelay

configure initial jitter delay

DSP

cnfjtrmode

configure jitter mode

DSP

dspcarddsp

display card DSPs

DSP

dspcodecparms

display codec parameters

DSP

dspcodectempls

display codec template

DSP

dsplndsp

display line DSP

DSP

pinglndsp

ping line DSP

DSP

Line Group

addln

add line

Line

addlnloop

add line loop

Line

cnfds0localcas

configure ds0 local CAS

Line

cnfds0loop

configure ds0 loopback

Line

cnfln

configure line

Line

cnflncadence

configure line cadence

Line

cnflnis

configure line in service

Line

cnflnoos

configure line out of service

Line

cnflnsig

configure line signal

Line

cnflntrunkcond

configure line trunk conditioning

Line

delln

delete line

Line

dellnloop

delete line loop

Line

dspln

display line

Line

dsplndsx0s

dsplay line ds0s

Line

dsplns

display lines

Line

dsplnstate

dsplay line state

Line

Signaling Group

addcasvar

add CAS variant

Signaling

cnfds0localCAS

configure ds0 local CAS

Signaling

cnfendptcadence

configure endpoint cadence

Signaling

delcasvar

delete CAS variant

Signaling

dspcasendpts

display CAS endpoints

Signaling

dspcasvar

display CAS variant

Signaling

dspcasvarendpts

display CAS variant endpoints

Signaling

dspcasvars

display CAS variants

Signaling

dspds0localcasstatus

display ds0 local CAS status

Signaling

User Group

?

help

User

cc

change card

User

chkflash

check flash memory

User

clrscn

clear screen

User

Help

help

User


Table 7-5 AAL2 Mode Commands in Alphabetical Order 

Command
Description

?

help

addccs

add common channel signaling

addcid

add channel identifier

addcon

add connection

addconloop

add connection loop

addendpt

add endpoint

addendptloop

add endpoint loopback

addendpts

add endpoints

addln

add line

addlnloop

add line loop

addport

addport

addrscprtn

addresource partition

cc

change card

chkflash

check flash memory

clralm

clear alarm

clralmcnts

clear alarm counts

clralms

clear alarms

clrsarcnt

clear SAR counters

clrsarcnts

clear SAR counters

clrsarmsgcnt

clear SAR message count

clrscn

clear screen

clrtaskinfo

clear task information

cnfaal2subcellmuxing

configure AAL2 sub-cell multiplexing

cnfalm

configure alarm

cnfcac

configurfe CAC

cnfcascode

configure CAS coding

cnfccs

configure common channel signaling

cnfcodectempl

configure codec template

cnfcompsize

configure compression packet size

cnfcompvad

configure compression VAD

cnfcon

configure connection

cnfconcac

configure connection CAC

cnfds0localcas

configure ds0 local CAS

cnfds0loop

configure ds0 loopback

cnfecanenable

configure echo canceler enable

cnfecanidle

configure echo canceler idle

cnfecannrn

configure echo canceler nrn

cnfecanrec

configure echo canceler rec

cnfecantail

configure echo canceler tail

cnfecantone

configure echo canceler tone

cnferl

configure echo return loss

cnfjtrinitdelay

configure initial jitter delay

cnfjtrmode

configure jitter mode

cnfln

configure line

cnflncadence

configure line cadence

cnflnsig

configure line signal

cnflntrunkcond

configure line trunk conditioning

cnfvismmode

configure mode

delccs

delete common channel signaling

delcid

delete channel identifier

delcon

delete connection

delconloop

delete connection loopback

delendpt

delete endpoint

delendptloop

delete endpoint loopback

delendpts

delete endpoints

delln

delete line

dellnloop

delete line loop

delport

delete port

delrscprtn

delete resource partition

dspaal2profile

display AAL2 profile

dspalm

display alarm

dspalmcnf

display alarm configuration

dspalmcnt

dispaly alarm count

dspalms

display alarms

dspcarddsp

display card DSPs

dspccs

display common channel signaling

dspccschans

display CCS channels

dspccscnt

display CCS counters

dspcd

display card

dspcid

display channel identifier

dspcids

display channel identifiers

dspcodectempls

display codec template

dspcon

display connection

dspconcac

display channel CAC

dspconcnt

display channel counters

dspcons

display connections

dspds0localcasstatus

display ds0 local CAS status

dspds0loop

display ds0 loopback

dspendpt

display endpoint

dspendpts

display endpoints

dspln

display line

dsplncids

display line CIDs

dsplndsp

display line DSP

dsplndsx0s

dsplay line ds0s

dsplnendptstatus

display line endpoint status

dsplns

display lines

dsplnstate

dsplay line state

dsploops

dsplay loopbacks

dspmngcidcnt

display cid count

dspport

display port

dsprscprtn

display resource partition

dspsarcnt

display SAR counters (line

dspsarcnts

display SAR counters (all)

dspsarmsgcnt

display SAR message counters

dsptaskinfo

display task information

dspvismparam

display VISM parameters

Help

help

pinglndsp

ping line DSP

tstcon

test connection

tstdelay

test delay

version

version


Table 7-6 AAL2 Mode Commands by Functional Group 

Command
Description
Group

Alarm Group

clralm

clear alarm

Alarm

clralmcnts

clear alarm counts

Alarm

clralms

clear alarms

Alarm

cnfalm

configure alarm

Alarm

dspalm

display alarm

Alarm

dspalmcnf

display alarm configuration

Alarm

dspalmcnt

dispaly alarm count

Alarm

dspalms

display alarms

Alarm

Card Group

addport

addport

Card

addrscprtn

addresource partition

Card

clrsarcnt

clear SAR counters

Card

clrsarcnts

clear SAR counters

Card

clrsarmsgcnt

clear SAR message count

Card

clrtaskinfo

clear task information

Card

cnfcodectempl

configure codec template

Card

cnftftpdn

configure TFTP domain name

Card

cnfvismmode

configure mode

Card

delport

delete port

Card

delrscprtn

delete resource partition

Card

dspcd

display card

Card

dspport

display port

Card

dsprscprtn

display resource partition

Card

dspsarcnt

display SAR counters (line

Card

dspsarcnts

display SAR counters (all)

Card

dspsarmsgcnt

display SAR message counters

Card

dsptaskinfo

display task information

Card

dspvismparam

display VISM parameters

Card

version

version

Card

Connection Group

addcid

add channel identifier

Connection

addcon

add connection

Connection

addconloop

add connection loopback

Connection

addendpt

add endpoint

Connection

addendptloop

add endpoint loopback

Connection

addendpts

addendpoints

Connection

cnfaal2subcellmuxing

configure AAL2 sub-cell multiplexing

Connection

cnfcac

configurfe CAC

Connection

cnfcon

configure connection

Connection

cnfconcac

configure connection CAC

Connection

delcid

delete channel identifier

Connection

delcon

delete connection

Connection

delendpt

delete endpoint

Connection

delendptloop

delete endpoint loopback

Connection

delendpts

delete endpoints

Connection

dspaal2profile

display AAL2 profile

Connection

dspccs

display common channel signaling

Connection

dspcid

display channel identifier

Connection

dspcids

display channel identifiers

Connection

dspcon

display connection

Connection

dspconcac

display channel CAC

Connection

dspconcnt

display channel counters

Connection

dspcons

display connections

Connection

dspendpt

display endpoint

Connection

dspendpts

display endpoints

Connection

dsplncids

display line CIDs

Connection

dsplnendptstatus

display line endpoint status

Connection

dsploops

display loopbacks

Connection

dspmngcidcnt

display cid count

Connection

tstcon

test connection

Connection

tstdelay

test delay

Connection

DSP Group

cnfcompsize

configure compression packet size

DSP

cnfcompvad

configure compression VAD

DSP

cnfecanenable

configure echo canceler enable

DSP

cnfecanidle

configure echo canceler idle

DSP

cnfecannrn

configure echo canceler nrn

DSP

cnfecanrec

configure echo canceler rec

DSP

cnfecantail

configure echo canceler tail

DSP

cnfecantone

configure echo canceler tone

DSP

cnferl

configure echo return loss

DSP

cnfjtrinitdelay

configure initial jitter delay

DSP

cnfjtrmode

configure jitter mode

DSP

dspcarddsp

display card DSPs

DSP

dspcodectempls

display codec template

DSP

dsplndsp

display line DSP

DSP

pinglndsp

ping line DSP

DSP

Line Group

addln

add line

Line

addlnloop

add line loop

Line

cnfds0loop

configure ds0 loopback

Line

cnfln

configure line

Line

cnflncadence

configure line cadence

Line

cnflnsig

configure line signal

Line

cnflntrunkcond

configure line trunk conditioning

Line

delln

delete line

Line

dellnloop

delete line loop

Line

dspds0loop

display ds0 loopback

Line

dspln

display line

Line

dsplndsx0s

dsplay line ds0s

Line

dsplns

display lines

Line

dsplnstate

dsplay line state

Line

Signaling Group

addccs

add common channel signaling

Signaling

cnfcascode

configure CAS coding

Signaling

cnfccs

configure common channel signaling

Signaling

delccs

delete common channel signaling

Signaling

dspccschans

display CCS channels

Signaling

dspccscnt

display CCS counters

Signaling

dspds0localcasstatus

display ds0 local CAS status

Signaling

User Group

?

help

User

cc

change card

User

chkflash

check flash memory

User

clrscn

clear screen

User

Help

help

User


?

Use the ? command to view all commands associated with the current card, and to view a list of commands associated with a truncated command entry.

Full Name

Help

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

? [command]

Syntax Description

command

Full or partial name of the command.


Related Commands

help

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any


Example

This section contains the following example.

View all commands associated with a partial command entry string

View all commands associated with the current card


raviraj.1.11.VISM.a > ? ecan

    Available commands
    ------------------
cnfecancnf
cnfecanidle
cnfecannoise
cnfecannr
cnfecannrn
cnfecanrec
cnfecantail

addcasvar

Use the addcasvar command to add a CAS variant to the VISM card. Before this command can be ecxecuted, a file containing the variant information must have already been downloaded to the MGX 8850 PXM card using a separate application (e.g. TFTP). Upon execution, this command downloads the specified file from the PXM and configures the CAS variant on the VISM card based upon the information in the file. This command can be executed at any time to add a new CAS variant.

The adddn and cnftftpdn commands must be executed before this command can be executed.

Full Name

Add channel associated signaling variant

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

addcasvar <variant name><fileName>

Syntax Description

lvariant name

Name of the CAS variant, a text string of 1 - 64 characters.

fileName

Name of the file that contains the signal definition for the CAS variant.
For wink-start, use wink-did-dod.o
For immediate-start, use immed-did-dod.o
For ground-start, use basic-pbx.o
For wink-start MF, use wink-did-dod-mf.o


Related Commands

cnfcasvar, delcasvar, dspcasvar

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addcasvar casvar wink-did-dod.o

This example adds the wink start CAS variant called "casvar" based upon information contained in file wink-did-dod.o

addccs

Use the addccs command to add a CCS channel (D channel) to the VISM card. To execute this card, CCS signaling mode must be selected on the specified line. When executed, this command displays a value called ds0IfIndex which is used to identify the CCS channel in subsequent CCS related commands (for example, delccs or dspccs).

Full Name

Add common channel signaling

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addccs <line#><DS0#><LCN#><Max-Frame-Size>

Syntax Description

line#

Line number of the channel to be added in the range 1 - 8

DS0#

DS0 number of the channel to be added in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1-31 for E1

LCN#

Logical channel number of the CCS channel to be added in the range 32-279

Max-Frame-Size

The maximum HDLC frame size in the range 264 - 720


Related Commands

cnfccs, delccs, dspccs

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addccs 1 20 200 1024

This example adds a CCS (D) channel to line 1, DS0 20, logical channel 200 with a maximum HDLC frame of 1024 bytes.

addcid

Use the addcid command to add an AAL 2 channel identifier on the VISM card. This command establish a relationship between and endpoint and a LCN/CID pair. Use only in AAL2 Trunking mode. To execute this command, the endpoint must be already added, the PVC must be of bearer type and already provisioned using addchan, and the current DSP template must contain the desired codec type.

Full Name

add channel identifier

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addcid <End point#><LCN#><CID#><Codec Type>[<profile type><profile#>
<VADon/off><VadInitTimer><Ecan><Type3Redundancy><CasTransport>
<DtmfTransport><ICS><pkt period>]

Syntax Description

Endpoint#

The endpoint number to be related to the LCN/CID pair being added in the range 1 - 240 for E1 and 1 - 192 for T1.

LCN#

The logical connection number of the LCN/CID pair in the range 32 -279

CID#

The CID number of the LCN/CID pair in the range 9 - 255.

Codec Type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the date stream. 1 = G.711u,
2 = G.711a, 3 = G.726/32, 4 = G.729a, 5 = G.729ab, 6 = clear channel.

profile Type

The profile type to be used for the CID. 1 = ITU, 2 = ATMF, 3 = Custom (Both profile type and profile # are required). If profile type and profile number are both 1, VAD cannot be turned on.

profile#

The profile number with the specified profile type

VADon/off

Enable/disable Voice Activity Detection. 1 = on, 2 = off. If profile type and profile number are both 1, VAD cannot be turned on.

VADInitTimer

VAD initiation timer, in the range of 250 - 65535. Default is 250

Ecan

Enable/disable echo cancellation. 1 = on, 2 = off

Type3redundancy

Enable/disable triple redundancy protection for type 3 packets. 1 = on,
2 = off. In on, also requires either CAS transport or Dtmf Transport to be on

CAS Transport

Enable/disable CAS signaling transport as AAL2 type3 packets. 1 = transport,
2 = no transport. This parameter does not affect any in-bound signaling.

DtmfTransport

Enable/disable DTMF tone transport as AAL2 type3 packets. 1 = transport,
2 = no transport

ICS

Enable/disable idle code suppression (ICS) for the CID

pkt period

Packetization period in ms, applies only to G.729a compression. Allowed values are 10, 20, 30, and 40 ms.


Related Commands

delcid, dspcid, dspcids

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addcid 10 12 1 2 3 1 1 1 0 0

addcon

Use the addcon command to add a PVC connection between the VISM card and any SM or PXM card. The connection may be a slave or master connection. The addport and addrscprtn commands must have been executed before this command is executed. This command displays the local connection id in the nodename.slot.port.vpi.vci format. The local vci that is entered is used as the lcn.


Note When used in VoIP mode with dual PVCs, the primary channel must be added before the secondary channel.
When used in AAL2 Trunking mode, pvc type AAL5 is used for signaling and AAL2 is used for a bearer channel.



Note There is one more parameter in this command if the connection being added is specified as master.


Full Name

Add connection

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addcon <localVCI><preference><pvcType><application><PCR><mastership>[<remoteConnId>]


Note The <remoteConnId> is optional for both slave and master connections).


Syntax Description

localVCI

The local VCI to be used for the connection in the range 131 - 510. The value entred is also used as the LCN value.

preference

Specifies the use of a primary or secondary channel, 1 for primary, 2 for secondary.

pvcType

Specifies the AAL type of the connection. 1 for AAL5, 2 for AAL2

application

The application of the connection. 1 = control, 2 = bearer, 3 = signaling. If the connection is used for bearer and signaling, specify 2 for bearer

PCR

Peak cell rate in Cells per Second. Ranges are: 1 - 75600 for VoIP bearer,
1 - 24400 for VoIP control, 1 - 50000 for AAL2 T1, 1- 60000 for AAL2 E1,
1 - 400 for AAL2 signaling (trunking).

mastership

Specifies the connection as master or slave. 1 = master, 2 = slave(default).

temoteConnId

Remote connection identifier. This paramater has the format "nodename.slot.port.vpi.vci". (This parameter is used only when mastership is set to 1).


Related Commands

dspcon, delcon, dspcons, cnfcon, cnfconprotect

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addcon 160 1 2 2 1000 1 node1.0.2.223.223

This example adds a master connection as the primary channel using AAL2 for bearer traffic. The local VCI is 160 amd the remote end is named node1 in slot 4, port 2 with a vpi/vci of 223/223.

After executing this command a typical local connection id would appear as node1.5.1.0.160 where 160 is the added lcn.

addconloop

Use the addconloop command to set a cellbus connection to local loopback state on the current card. To remove a local loopback state on a VISM line, use the delconloop command. The loopback is in the direction of the cellbus.

Full Name

Add Connection Loop

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addconloop <VCN>

Syntax Description

VCN

Virtual channel number of the VC to be set in local loopback state, in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

delconloop

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addlnloop 32

adddn

Use the adddn command to add a call agent Domain name, IP address and preference. VISM can supports up to 8 call agents and can maintain up to 8 domain names for each call agent.

Full Name

add domain name

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

adddn <domanin number><domain name><IP address><mgcresolution-preference>

Syntax Description

domain number

Domain index in the range 1 - 80

domain name

Domain name for a VISM's call agent. A text string of 1 - 64 characters

IP address

The IP address for a VISM's call agent in dotted decimal format nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn

resolution-preference

The resolution preference level to be used when selecting a domain and IP address to communicate with the call agent. The range is 1 - 8 where 1 is the highest and 8 the lowest. The preference number must be different for different IP addresses using the same domain name.The IP address/preference that is added first is used for communication with the call agent, if a higher preference is added later, the switchover does not occur until the current IP address/preference fails.


Related Commands

deldn, dspdn, dspdns

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

adddn 3 main 209.165.200.224 1

addendpt

The addendpt command is used to add an endpoint on the VISM card. The endpoint on VISM is a logical port that consists of one DS0. The parameters entered in this command are used to create the "endpoint ID" (or endpoint number)which is required by the call agent for sending the Create Connection SGCP/MGCP/SRCP command (CRCX) to the VISM card. Only bearer ds0s can be configured as endpoints and the line must have added. Note that the endpoint number is not equal to the DS0 number of the associated timeslot. For example, endpoint 1 could be associated with DS0 11.

In VoIP mode, the IP address for VISM must have added using the cnfvismip command before endpoints can be added.

This command causes an RSIP message to be sent to each associated Call Agent indicating that the endpoint is in-service.

Full Name

Add Endpoint

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addendpt <endpt_num> <ds1_num> <ds0_num>

Syntax Description

<endpt_num>

An endpoint number in the range 1-240 for E1 and 1-192 for T1.

<ds1_num>

The physical line number in the range 1-8

<ds0_num>

The DS0 configured for this endpoint. DS0s are numbered 1 to 31 for E lines and 1 to 24 for T lines. Note on an E1 line, ds0 number 16 is reserved for CAS signaling if such signaling is used. The ds0 number 16 can be used as a bearer channel, ds0 17 is used for CAS.


:

Related Commands

addendpts, delendpt, dspendpt, dspendpts

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addendpt 120 5 5

addendptloop

The addendptloop command is used to place an endpoint in a loopback condition in the TDM direction.

Full Name

Add Endpoint Loopback

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addendptloop <endpt_num>

Syntax Description

<endpt_num>

An endpoint number in the range 1-240 for E1 and 1-192 for T1.


:

Related Commands

delendptloop

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addendptloop 120

addendpts

Use the addendpts command to add multiple sequential endpoints with a single command. This command adds a specified number of sequential endpoints starting at a specified endpoint number, line number, and ds0 number. As endpoints are added, the command uses the next available (not added) endpoint numbers and next availble ds0s. The command does not wrap around ds0 and endpoint numbers. Note that the endpoint number is not equal to the DS0 number of the associated timeslot. For example, endpoint 1 could be associated with DS0 11.

When adding endpoints, the user should ascertain that there are enough lines and ds0s to execute the request. If the user attempts to add more end points than are available, only the available endpoints are added. For example, if T1 line 1 is the only line enabled and the user attempts to add 25 endpoints, only 24 endpoints are actually added. However, the actual number of endpoints that are added is displayed.

This command causes an RSIP message to be sent to each associated Call Agent indicating that the endpoints are in-service.

Full Name

Add endpoints

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addendpts <start endpt><start linenum><start ds0num><number of endpoints>

Syntax Description

start endpt

Start endpoint number in the range 1 - 192 for T1, 1 - 240 for E1.

start linenum

Start line number in the range 1 - 8.

start ds0num

Start ds0 number in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1 - 15, 17-31 for E1

number of endpoints

Number of endpoints to be added in the range 1 - 192 for T1, 1 - 240 for E1.


Related Commands

delendpts, dspendpts

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addendpts 6 1 12 12

This example adds 12 endpoints with consecutive numbers starting at 6 on line 1 starting at ds0 number 12.

addln

The addln command adds a T1, or E1 line to the current card.

Full Name

Add line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addln <line number>

Syntax Description

line_num

The line number of the T1 or E1 line to be added in the range 1 - 8.


:

Related Commands

cnfln, delln, dspln

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addln 1

addlnloop

Use the addlnloop command to set a specified line to local loopback state on the current card. To remove a local loopback state on a VISM line, use the dellnloop command.


Note The VISM CLI has no command for setting a line to a remote loopback state. To set a line to remote loopback state, the cnfbert command on the PXM card must be used.


Full Name

Add Line Loop

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addlnloop <line number>

Syntax Description

line number

Line number to be set in local loopback state, in the range 1- 8.


Related Commands

dellnloop

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addlnloop 1

addmgc

Use the addmgc command to add a new call agent to the call agent list on the VISM card. This command must be executed for VISM to accept commands from the call agent. This command also allows the user to specify a call agent as an associate whereby an association between the call agent and VISM is established. When an association is established, RSIP messages are sent to the call agent. The addln command must be executed before the addmgc command can be executed.

Full Name

Add media gateway controller (call agent)

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

addmgc <mgc number><mgcname><association>

Syntax Description

mgc number

A number by which the call agent is identified in the range 1 - 8 where 8 is the maximum number of permitted gateway controllers as specified by the adddn command.

,mgcname

Domain name of the call agent, a text string up to 64 characters in length.

association

defines VISM association with call agent. 1 = unassociate, 2 = associate


Related Commands

addmgc

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addmgc 1 main 1

addmgcprotocol

Use the addmgcprotocol command to specify which gateway control protocol should be used for a specified call agent. The specified call agent must already be configured in VISM.

Full Name

add media gateway controller (call agent) protocol

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

addmgcprotocol <mgcNumber><protocolNumber>

Syntax Description

mgcNumber

the number of the call agent as displayed by the dspmgcs command. Any call agent from the displayed list can be specified in the range 1 - 8.

protocolNumber

the number of the protocol as displayed by the dspmgcprotocol. Any protocol from the displayed list can be specified in the range 1 - 8.


Related Commands

delmgcprotocol

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addmgcprotocol 3 2

This command specifies that the call agent number 3 in the dspmgcs list is to use the protocol
number 2 in the dspmgcprotocol list.

addport

Use the addport command to add a virualport between VISM and PXM. Before a VISM card is removed from the MGX 8850, the port should be deleted using the delport command.


Note If the VISM card is reset after executing an addport command but before executing the addrscprtn command. An error message is displayed. The error has no effect on the system and can be ingnored.


Full Name

Add port

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addport

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

delport

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addport

This example adds the network port.

addrscprtn

Use the addsrcprtn command to add a resource partition for a virtual port that has been configured using the addport command. The addport command must be executed before executing this command.


Note If the VISM card is reset after executing an addport command but before executing the addrscprtn command. An error message is displayed. The error has no effect on the system and can be ingnored.


Full Name

Add resource partition

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

addrscprtn

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

delrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

addrscprtn

This example adds a resource partition to a previously added port.

cc

Use the cc command to navigate from card to card.on the shelf. When this command is executed, the card in the specified slot number becomes the active CLI card and is identified in the command line prompt.

Full Name

Change card

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cc <slot number>

Syntax Description

slot number

The number of the slot that contains the card you want to work on.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Any


Example

node1.1.22.AUSM8.a > cc 11 
 
(session redirected)
 
node1.1.11.VISM.a >

A system message does not occur unless an error is detected. If the card slot is empty, an error message is presented.

chkflash

Use the chkflash command to check the integrity of the VISM flash memory.

Full Name

Check flash memory

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

chkflash

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

chkflash 
 

clralm

Use the clralm command to clear alarms on a specified line on the current card. Alarms occurring after this command is executed are not affected. If alarms on a line are cleared with this command, the results may be observable through the dspalm command.

This command can clear alarms caused only by the collection of statistical data. Alarms caused by network failure cannot be cleared. For example, an alarm caused by a collection of bipolar errors can be cleared, but an alarm caused by a card failure cannot.

Full Name

Clear Alarm

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clralm -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

LineNum = 1- 8.


Related Commands

clralms, dspalm, dspalms

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: 5-6


Example

clralm -ds1 1


clralmcnts

Use the clralmcnts command to clear all the alarm counters and statistics on the current card. All counters are reset to 0. The terminal does not display a response unless an error exists in the syntax.

Full Name

Clear All Alarm Counters/statistics on the Current Card.

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clralmcnts

Related Commands

dspalmcnt, clralmcnt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: 1-5


Example

clralmcnts

clralms

The clralms command clears alarms on the current card. Alarms occurring after this command executes are not affected.

This command can clear alarms caused only by the collection of statistical data. Alarms caused by network failure cannot be cleared. For example, an alarm caused by a collection of bipolar errors can be cleared, but an alarm caused by a card failure cannot.

Full Name

Clear Alarms on Card

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clralms

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

clralm, dspalm, dspalms

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: 1-5


Example

clralms 


clrsarcnt

Use the clrsarcnt command to clear the Segmentation and Reassembly (SAR) counters on a specified channel. Number of BCM cells that were received on this channel.

Full Name

Clear SAR Counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clrsarcnt <chan#>

Syntax Description

chan#

The channel number for which the counters are to be cleared.


Related Commands

dspsarcnt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: 1-5


Example

clrsarcnt

clrsarcnts

Use the clrsarcnts command to clear all SAR counters on the VISM card.

Full Name

Clear SAR Counts

Syntax

clrsarcnts

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Related Commands

clrsarcnt, dspsarcnt, dspsarcnts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any


Example

clrsarcnts

clrsarmsgcnt

Use the clrsarmsgcnt command to clear the control message counters.

Full Name

Clear SAR Control Message Counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clrsarmsgcnt

Related Commands

dspsarmsgcnt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: 1-5


Example

clrsarmsgcnt 

clrscrn

Use the clrscrn command to clear the control terminal screen. After this command executes, only the current command line prompt appears on the screen.

Full Name

Clear Terminal Screen

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clrscrn

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any


Example

clrscrn

clrtaskinfo

Use the clrtaskinfo command to reset the values displayed by the dsptaskinfo command. When this command is executed the values are reset to zero and the collection of the task information statistics begins again.

Full Name

Clear task information

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

clrtaskinfo

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dsptaskinfo

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

clrtaskinfo

cnfaal2subcellmuxing

Use the cnfaal2subcellmuxing command to enable or disable AAL2 subcell multiplexing. When enabled multiple CPS-packets are mulitplexed onto a single AAL2 connection without partial fill (unless there is a time-out). When disabled, each CPS-packet fill one or two cell (with padding). Note that the length field for each CPS-packet can be up to 64 bytes.

When the mulitplexing type is changed if cids are present, the card is reset and existing cids/connections are restored with the multiplexing type

Full Name

Configure AAL2 sub-cell multiplexing

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfaal2subcellmuxing <Muxing status>

Syntax Description

Muxing status

Status of sub-cell multiplexing, 1 = enable, 2 = disable


Related Commands

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfaal2subcellmuxing 2

cnfalm

Use the cnfalm command to configure the alarm parameters for a specified line. The line must be added before this command can be executed.

Full Name

Configure alarm

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfalm -ds1 <LineNum> -red <RedSeverity> -rai <RAISeverity>-neu <NEAlarmUpcount>
-ned <NEAlarmDncount> -net <NEAlarmThreshold>-feu <FEAlarmUpcount>
-fed <FEAlarmDncount> -fet <FEAlarmThreshold>
"

Syntax Description

lineNum

Line number in the range 1 - 8.

RedSeverity

Red alarm severity. 1 = minor, 2 = major

RAISeverity

RAI alarm severity. 1 = minor, 2 = major

NEAlarmUpcount

Near end alarm upcount in the range 1 - 65535

NEAlarmDncount

Near end alarm downcount in the range 1 - 65535

NEAlarmThreshold

Near end alarmthreshold in the range 1 - 65535

FEAlarmUpcount

Far end alarm upcount in the range 1 - 65535

FEAlarmDncount

Far end alarm down count in the range 1 - 65535

FEAlarmThreshold

Far end alarm threshold in the range 1 - 65535


Related Commands

dspalm, clralm, clralms

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfalm -ds1 2 -red 1 -rAI 1

cnfcac

Use the cnfcac command to enable Connection Admission Control(CAC) feature on a card basis. When CAC has been enabled with this command, CAC can be applied on a per PVC basis using the cnfconcac command.

Full Name

Configure Connection Admission Control

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfcac <enable_flag>

Syntax Description

enable_flag

Set the value of the CAC enable flag. 1 = Disable, 2 = Enable

   

Related Commands

cnfconcac

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcac 2

This example enables CAC for the card

cnfcascode

Use the cnfcascode command to configure CAS coding parameters for an endpoint. The parameters that can be configured are on-hook, off-hook, idle_code, seized_code. The line associated with the endpoint must have been added before this command can be executed.

Full Name

Configure Channel Associated Signaling

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfcascode <endpoint#>[-<endpoint#>]<idle_code><seized-code>

Syntax Description

endpoint#

The endpoint being configured. If the second (optional) parameter is specified, this parameter is the first endpoint in a sequential number of endpoints.

endpoint#

An optional parameter to indicate the last endpoint in a sequential range of endpoints. In the range 1 - 192 for T1, 1 - 240 for E1.

idle_code

The valid value for a 4-bit idle code. The value is in the range 0 to 15 and represents the four A, B, C, and D signaling as bits 3, 2, 1, and 0 respectively with bit 3 the most significant.

seized_code

The valid value for a 4-bit seized code. The value is in the range 0 to 15 and represents the four A, B, C, and D signaling as bits 3, 2, 1, and 0 respectively with bit 3 the most significant.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcascode 1 4 4 9

This example sets value for idle code and seized code for endpoints 1 to 4. The idle code is 0100 (paramter value of 4) with A = 0, B = 1, C = 0, D = 0. The seized code is 1001 (parameter value of 9) with A = 1, B = 0, C = 0, D = 1.

cnfcasendpt

Use the cnfcasendpt command is used to associate an endpoint with a CAS variant. To execute this command, the endpoint and the CAS variant must already be added. Once and endpoint is associated with a CAS variant, the CAS variant cannot be changed. To change the CAS variant the use must delete the endpoint, then add it again an then execute cnfcasendpt.

Full Name

Configure CAS endpoint

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfcasendpt <endpoint#><casVariantName>

Syntax Description

endpoint#

The endpoint number of the endpoint to be associated with the CAS variant. In the range 1 - 192 for T1, 1 - 240 for E1.

casVariantName

A CAS variant name, a character string in the range of 1 to 64 characters.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcasendpt 3 var1

This example associates endpoint 3 with the variant "var1".

cnfcasvar

Use the cnfcasvar command to configure CAS variant and CAS timing parameters for a variant already created using the addcasvar command.

Full Name

Configure Channel Associated Signaling Variant

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfcasvar <variantName><country_code><Tpart><Tcrit><TMF>

Syntax Description

variantName

The variant name of the variant being configured. This name must have been created using the addcasvar command.

country_code

The country code of the variant. A 2 character text string.

Tpart

The partial dial time in seconds in the range 10 to 10000 in increments of 10.

Tcrit

The critical timing in seconds in the range 0 to 10000 in increments of 10

TMF

The interdigit timeout value for MF digits in seconds in the range 1 to 10


Related Commands

addcasvar, delcasvar, dspcasvar, dspcasvar

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcasvar var1 nz 10 10 2

This example configure variant "var1" for country code "nz" with a partial dial timeout of 10 seconds, a critical timing of 10 seconds and an interdigit timeout of 2 seconds.

cnfccs

Use the cnfccs command to configure an already added CCS channel (using the addccs command) identified by line and ds0 number. This command is used for trunking applications.

Full Name

Configure common channel signaling channel

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfccs <line#><ds0#><maxfrramesize>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number of the ccs channel being configured.

ds0#

This is value of ds0 number that was provided by the addccs command when the CCS channel was added.

maxframesize

The maximum HDLC frame size in the range 264 - 720


Related Commands

addccs, delccs, dspccs

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfccs 2 12 300

This example sets the ccs channel frame size at 300 for line 2, ds0 12.

cnfcodecparams

Use the cnfcodecparams command to configure a codec parameters.

This command operates in VoIP mode only.

Full Name

Configure codec parameters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfcodecparams<codec-type><pkt-period>

Syntax Description

codec-type

The codec type:
1 = G.711a, 2 = G.711u, 3 = G.726-32K, 4 = G.729a, 5 = G.729ab, 6 = Clear channel.

pkt-period

Packetization period in msecs:
For G.711, allowed values are 10, 20
For G.726-32K, allowed values are 10, 20, 30, 40
For G.729a, allowed values are 10, 20, 30, 40
For G.729ab, allowed values are 10, 20, 30, 40
For Clear channel, allowed values are 10, 20


Related Commands

dspcodectmpl

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcodectmpl 1

This example enables template number 1

cnfcodectmpl

Use the cnfcodectmpl command to configure a template for the whole VISM card. In release 1.5 there two templates (1 and 2). A template defines the allowable voice encoding types.

Template number 1 supports G.711u, G.711a, G.729a, G.729ab, G.726/32, and clear channel codecs. This template is not allowed in VoIP mode.

Template number 2 supports G.711u, G.711a, and clear channel only. Note that execution of this command requires confirmation by the user because the command causes the card to reset.

This command is not allowed if cids are present.

Full Name

Configure template

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfcodectmpl <Template#>

Syntax Description

template#

The template number in the range 1 - 2.


Related Commands

dspcodectmpl

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcodectmpl 1

This example enables template number 1

cnfcompsize

The cnfcompsize command is used to configure the packet size for digital signal processors (DSPs) on the VISM card that are used for voice compression. This command applies to all DSPs on the VISM used for voice compression.

Full Name

Configure packet size on all voice compression DSP

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfcompsize <packetSize>

Syntax Description

packetSize

Packet size. Can be set to 80 or 160 bytes


:

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfcompsize 160

This example sets the DSP compression packet size to 160 bytes

cnfcompvad

Use the cnfcompvad command to enable or disable voice activity detection (VAD) on a specified line.

Full Name

Configure VAD

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking (however this command has no affect in Trunking mode).

Syntax

cnfcompvad <line#><voiceDetection>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number of the line for which VAD is being configured in the range 1 - 8.

voiceDetection

Enables/disables VAD. 1 = disable, 2 = enable.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcompvad 3 2

This example enables VAD for line 3.

cnfcon

Use the cnfcon command to configure a connection between the VISM card and the MGX 8850 PXM card.

Full Name

Configure connection

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfcon <lcn><PCR><service_type>[<SCR_ingress><MBS_ingress>]

Syntax Description

lcn

The number of the channel being configured in the range 32 - 279.

PCR

Peak cell rate in cells per second. Ranges are 1 - 72000 for VoIP bearer pvc, 1 - 50000 for T1 AAL2, 1 - 60000 for E1 AAL2. PCR cannot be changed if calls/connections for signaling and control are active.

service_type

Service type, 1 = CBR, 2 = VBR-RT

SCR_ingress

Sustained cell rate in cells per second in the range 1 - 72000

MBS-ingress

Maximum burst rate in cells per second in the range 1 - 72000


Related Commands

addcon, delcon

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfcon 40 2000 1 100

cnfconcac

Use the cnfconcac command to configure CAC on an already added connection. The cnfcac command must havebeen executed to enable CAC at the card level. If the PVC has been configured as a master, CAC functionality can only be applied to the master end of the PVC. This command is used for AAL2 Trunking mode only.

Full Name

Configure channle CAC

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfconcac<lcn><master>

Syntax Description

lcn

The logical channel number (lcn) of the connection being configured in the range 32 - 279.

master

End of PVC to which CAC is applied. 1 = master end, 2 = slave end


Related Commands

cnfcac, dspconcac,

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfconcac 32 1

This example sets CAC at the master end of lcn 32.

cnfconprotect

Use the cnfconprotect command to configure the desired protection of a PVC. If a PVC (designated the primary PVC) is protected, automatic switchover to a specified secondary PVC occurs in the event of a failure in the primary PVC. This command operates in VoIP mode only and the primary and secondary PVC must already have been added using addcon and both channels must have the same PCR (peak cell rate) value. First add the primary channel as unprotected then the secondary channel as unprotected (the PCR for both channels should be the same). Protect the primary channel using this cnfconprotect command with the fallback lcn set to that of the secondary channel. The primary channel can be locked in which case it becomes inoperative and forces a switchover to the secondary channel. If the primary channel is locked and the secondary channel fails, the connection fails. A protected channel cannot be deleted. To delete the connection, first use cnfconprotect to unprotect the primary channel, then delete the secondary channel, then delete the primary channel.

Full Name

Configure connection protection

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfconprotect <lcn#><protection><locking_state><fallbackLcn>

Syntax Description

lcn#

The logical channel number of the channel being configured for protection in the range 32 - 279.

protection

Sets protection. 1 = protected, 2 = unprotected

locking_state

Specifies whether the channel should be locked/unlocked. 1 = unlock, 2 = lock.

fallbackLcn

The logical channel number of the fallback (secondary) channel in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

addcon, delcon

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfconprotect 32 1 1 17

This example protects lcn 32 (unlocked) with lcn 17 as the fallback connection.

cnfdeftos

Use the cnfdeftos command to configure the type of service (tos) parameters for both control and bearer IP packets. These bearer parameters are used in call control in cases where the parameters are not supplied by the Call agent.

If this command is not executed, the system wide default values are used for all connections. The default values are shown in the table below.

Full Name

Configure type of service

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfdeftos <control_precedence><control_tos>[<bearer_precedence><bearer_tos>]


Note The bearer_prededence and bearer_tos parameters are used on a per call basis by VISM in VoIPmode when they are not provided by the call agent in the xgcp message.


Syntax Description

control-precedence

Sets the control precedence value in the range 0 - 7. Default is 3

control_tos

Sets the control type of service value in the range 0, 1, 2, 4, or 8. Default is 0. The TOS conforms to RFC 1349

bearer-precedence

Sets the bearer precedence value in the range 0 - 7. Default is 5. Precedence conforms to RFC 791.

bearer_tos

Sets the bearer type of service value in the range 0, 1, 2, 4, or 8. Default is 0


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfdeftos 4 4 0 0

This example sets the control precedence and tos to 4 and the bearer precedence and tos to 0.

cnfds0localcas

Use the cnfds0localcas command to configure a local CAS bit pattern for a specified line and ds0. If a ds0 is configured for local CAS, the framer forces the CAS bits to a value defined by the localCadPattern parameter in this command. This command is allowed for T1 lines only.

This command is not allowed if:

The line signaling type is CAS
The line is not enabled
The ds0 is in a remote loop state.

Full Name

Configure ds0 local CAS

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfds0localcas<line no><ds0 no><localCasType><localCasPattern>

Syntax Description

line no.

The line number for which the local CAS is specified in the range 1 - 8 (T1 lines only)

ds0 no.

The ds0 number for which the local CAS is specified in the range 1 - 24

localCasType

The type of CAS to be used. 1 = local CAS pattern enabled, 2 = local CAS pattern disabled.

localCasPattern

The local 4-bit pattern expressed as a number in the range 1 - 15 (default is 0).
If local CAS is enabled, this parameter must be provided by the user.


Related Commands

dspds0localcasstatus

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfds0localcas 2 12 1 3

This example sets the local CAS pattern on line 2, ds0 12 to a value of 3 (binary 0011).

cnfds0loop

Use the cnfds0loop command to configure a the loopback type for a specified line and ds0.

Full Name

Configure ds0 loopback

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfds0localcas<line no><ds0 no><loopbackType>

Syntax Description

line no.

The line number for which the loopback is specified in the range 1 - 8.

ds0 no.

The ds0 number for which the loopback is specified in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1 - 31 for E1.

loopbackType

The type of loopback to be used. 1 = no loopback, 2 = remote loopback, 3 = local loopback.


Related Commands

dspds0loopback

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfds0loopback 2 12 2

This example sets the loopback on line 2, ds0 12 to remote.

cnfecanenable

The cnfecanenable command is used to enable or disable echocancellation on a specified line.

Full Name

Configure echo cancellation enable

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfecanenable <line#><ECANEnable>

Syntax Description

line#

Line number for which echo cancellation is being set.

ECANEnable

Sets the echo cancellation for the specified line. 1 = disable, 2 = enable.


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Related Commands

dsplndsp, cnfecanidle, cnfecannrn, cnfecanrec, cnfecantail, cnfecantone

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfecaenable 2 2

This example set echo cancellation to enabled on line 2

cnfecanidle

The cnfecanidle command is used to configure the idle pattern for digital signal processors (DSPs) on the VISM card that are used for echo cancellation. This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line.

Full Name

Configure idle pattern for echo cancellation DSPs for a specified line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfecanidle <line#><idlePattern> <idleDirection>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the idle pattern is being configured in the range 1 - 8.

idlePattern

A number in the range of 1-4.
For u-law encoding, 1 = 0x7f, 2 = 0xff, 3 =0x7f or 0xff, 4 = 0xf7

For A-law encoding, 1 = none, 2 = 0x54, 3 = 0x55,
4 = Programmable idle code

idleDirection

A number in the range of 1-4.
1 = both, 2 = either, 3 = send, 4 = receive


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Related Commands

dsplndsp, cnfecanenable, cnfecannrn, cnfecanrec, cnfecantail, cnfecantone

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfecanidle 2 2 3

This example sets the idle pattern to number 2 in either direction for line 2.

cnfecannrn

The cnfecannrn command is used to configure the re-enable canceller for digital signal processors (DSPs) on the VISM card that are used for echo cancellation. This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line.

Full Name

Configure re-enable canceller for echo cancellation DSPs for a specified line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfecannrn <line#><ECANRenable>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the re-enable is being configured in the range 1 - 8.

ECANRenable

A number in the range of1-2.
1 = Re-enable canceller when modem data are gone,
2 = Re-enable canceller at the end of the call.


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Related Commands

dsplndsp, cnfecanenable, cnfecanidle, cnfecanrec, cnfecantail, cnfecantone

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfecannrn 1 2

This example re-enables echo cancellalion at the end of the current call for line 1.

cnfecanrec

The cnfecanrec command is used to configure the residual echo control for digital signal processors (DSPs) on the VISM card that are used for echo cancellation. This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line.

Full Name

Configure residual echo control for echo cancellation DSPs for a specified line.

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfecanrec <line#><residualEchoControl>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the residual echo control is being configured in the range 1 - 8.

residualEchoControl

A number with a value of 1, 2, or 4.
1 = Cancel only,
2 = Suppress residual,
4 = Comfort noise.

   

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Related Commands

dsplndsp, cnfecanenable, cnfecanidle, cnfecannrn, cnfecantail, cnfecantone

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfecanrec 1 4

This example configures line 1 for comfort noise

cnfecantail

The cnfecantail command is used to configure the maximum tail length (in milliseconds) for digital signal processors (DSPs) on the VISM card that are used for echo cancellation. This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line.

Full Name

Configure maximum tail length for echo cancellation DSPs for a specified line.

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfecantail <line#><maximumTail>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the maximum tail is being configured in the range 1 - 8.

maximumTail

The length of the maximum tail in milliseconds. Permissible values are 24, 32, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, and 128.


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Related Commands

dsplndsp, cnfecanenable, cnfecanidle, cnfecannrn, cnfecanrec, cnfecantone

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfecantail 3 96

This example set the maximum tail to 96 milliseconds for line 3

cnfecantone

The cnfecantone command is used to configure the tone disable for digital signal processors (DSPs) on the VISM card that are used for echo cancellation. This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line. The default value of G.165 should be used under normal circumstances.

Full Name

Configure tone disable for echo cancellation DSPs on a specified line.

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfecantone <line#><toneDisable>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number on which the tone is being configured in the range of 1 - 8

toneDisable

A number 1, 2, or 4.
1 = Ignore 2100 Hz modem answer tone,
2 = G.164.4 mode (bypass canceller if 2100 Hz tone),
3 = Reserved
4 = G.165 mode (bypass canceller for phase reversing tone only


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Related Commands

dsplndsp, cnfecanenable, cnfecanidle, cnfecannrn, cnfecanrec, cnfecantail

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfecantone 1 4

This example set the tone to G.165 mode for line 1.

cnfendptcadence

Use the cnfendptcadence command to configure cadence (digit tone) times for a specified endpoint.

Full Name

Configure endpoint cadence.

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfendptcadence<endpoing#><on-time><off-time>

Syntax Description

endpoint#

The endpoint number for which the cadence is being configured, in the range
1 - 192 for T1 lines and 1 - 240 for E1 lines.

on-time

The time in milliseconds during which the digit tone is generated in the range
2 - 9999. The default is 75 msecs.

off-time

The time in milliseconds of silence between digit tones in the range
2 - 9999. The default is 75 msecs.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfendptcadence 20 100 100

This example sets the digit time and the silence time to 100 msecs for endpoint 20

cnferl

Use the cnferl command to configure DSP return echo loss values.

Full Name

Configure echo return loss.

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnferl<db_loss_value>

Syntax Description

db_loss_value

The value of echo return loss to be applied by echo cancellation DSPs. 1 = 0 db, 2 = 3 db, 3 = 6 db, 4 = worst level

   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnferl 3

This example sets the echo loss value to 6 db..

cnfgwis

Use the cnfgwis command to bring an out-of-service VISM into service. This command is used in conjunction with the cnfwoos (configure gateway out of service) command.This command causes a RSIP notification to be sent to the call agent.

Full Name

Configure gateway into service

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfgwis

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfgwoos

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfgwis

cnfgwoos

Full Name

Configure Gateway Out of Service

Mode(s) in which the Command Executes

VoIP

Syntax

cnfgwoos <method>

Syntax Description

method

The method of going out-of-service. 2 = forceful, 3 = graceful


Related Commands

cnfgwis, dspgwstate

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfgwoos 2

cnfjtrinitdelay

Full Name

Configure jitter delay

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfjtrinitdelay <delay>

Syntax Description

delay

The delay to be used in setting the buffer size for dejittering. Allowable values are 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, and 100 bytes. The default is 60.


Related Commands

cnfjtrmode, dspcarddsp

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfjtrinitdelay 70

This example sets the jitter buffer size to 70 bytes.

cnfjtrmode

Use the cnfjtrmode command to set the jitter algorithm to fixed or adaptive with regard to jitter delay. It is recommended that fixed is used if the latency jitter is constant and that adaptive is used if the latency jitter varies. Changing the mode parameter does not affect any existing CIDs. The new parameter value is sent to the DSPs only when CIDs are open.

Full Name

Configure jitter mode

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfjtrmode <mode>

Syntax Description

mode

The mode of determining jitter delay. 1 = fixed, 2 = adaptive

   

Related Commands

cnfjtrinitdelay, dspcarddsp

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfjtrrmode 2

This example sets the jitter delay to adaptive.

cnfln

Use the cnfln command to configure line characteristics for the current card. The line must be added before this command can be executed.

Full Name

Configure Line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfln <line_num> <line_code> <line_len> <clk_src> <line_type><loopback_detection>

Syntax Description

line_num

Line number, in the range 1-8.

line_code

Value to set line coding.

2 = B8ZS, for T1, 3 = HDB3, for E1, 4 = AMI, for T1 or E1

line_len

Line length, as appropriate for the interface.

10-15 = T1, 8 = E1 with SMB module, 9 = E1 with RJ48 module

clk_src

Value to set clock source as either loop clock or local clock.

1 = loop clock, 2 = local

line_type

Line type. 1 = dsx1ESF, 2 = dsx1D4, 3 = E1, 4 = E1CRC, 5 = E1Mf, 6 = E1MFCRC, 7 = E1 Clear, 8 = E1Q50 9C

loopback_detection

Loopback code detection, 1 = disabled, 2 = enabled.


Related Commands

addln, delln

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfln 2 2 8 1 1 1

cnflncadence

Use the cnflncadence command to configure the cadence timer for CAS signaling. This command is applicable only when CAS backhauling is used.


Note This command is not supported in Release 1.5 and is reserved for future use.


Full Name

Configure CAS cadence

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnflncadence <line_num> <timeout>

Syntax Description

line_num

Line number, in the range 1-8.

timeout

Cadence timer value in milliseconds in the range of 50 to 200


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnflncadence 2 100

cnflnis

Use the cnflnis command to bring an out-of-service VISM line into service. If the VISM card is rebooted, this information configuration using this command is lost.

Full Name

Configure line into service

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnflnis<line_num>

Syntax Description

line num

the number of the line to be brought into service in the range 1 - 8


Related Commands

cnflnoos, dsplnstate, dspgwstate

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnflnis 2

cnflnoos

Full Name

Configure Line Out of Service

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnflnoos<line_num><method>

Syntax Description

line num

The number of the line to be taken out of service in the range 1 - 8

method

The method of going out of service: 2 = forceful, 3 = graceful


Related Commands

cnflnis

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnflnoos 2

cnflnsig

Use the cnflnsig command to configure a signaling mode for a specified line. Signaling types are CAS, CCS, and no signaling. This command requires confirmation by the user before execution to ensure that the signaling type cannot be changed while endpoints are configured for that line. In AAL2 Trunking mode, this command is not allowed when CIDs/CCS channels are present. When used with E1 lines, the line type must be either E1MF or E1MFCRC otherwise the command will not execute.

Full Name

Configure line signaling

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnflnsig <line#><Signaling type>

Syntax Description

line#r

the line number for which the signaling is being specified in the range of 1 - 8

Signaling type

Type of signaling required. 1 = CAS, 2 = CCS, 3 = no signaling


Related Commands

dspln

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnflnsig 3 2

cnftrunkcond

Use the cnflntrunkcond command to enable or disable trunk conditioning on a per line basis. When enabled VISM conditions the affected ds0 when an AIS is detected on the ATM side. Trunk conditioning consists of transmitting an idle code pattern for 2.5 seconds followed by the seized code specified in the cnfcascode command.

This command is not allowed if endpoints or ccs channels are enabled on the line.

Full Name

Configure trunk conditioning

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnflntrunkcond <line no.><trunkCondType>

Syntax Description

line no.

The line number on which conditioning is to be enabled or disabled in the range 1 - 8.

trunkCondType

The status of conditioning to be performed. 1 = enable, 2 = disable


Related Commands

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnflntrunkcond 2

cnfmgc

This command can also be used to "unassociate" a callagent.

Full Name

Configure media gateway controller (call agent)

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfmgc <mgc number><association state>

Syntax Description

mgc number

a number by which the call agent is identified in the range 1 - n where n is the maximum number of permitted gateway controllers as specified by the adddn command.

association state

defines VISM association with call agent. 1 = unassociate, 2 = associate.


Related Commands

addmgc, dspmgcs

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfmgc 11

cnfpktperiod

Use the cnfpktperiod command to configure the packetization period applied to the voice data stream. The packet period is the duration, in milliseconds, of the voice signal contained in an AAL5 cell.

Full Name

Configure packetization period

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfpktperiod <packet_period>

Syntax Description

packet period

The period in milliseconds used for voice packetization. 10 = 10 ms, 20 = 20 ms,
30 = 30ms, 40 = 40ms.


Related Commands

cnfvismmode

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfpktperiod 20

This example sets the voice packetization period to 20 milliseconds

cnfrtcprepint

Use the cnfrtcprepint command to configure the RTCP report interval for the VISM card. This command operates in VoIP mode only

Full Name

Configure RTCP report interval

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfrtcprepint <report_interval>

Syntax Description

report_interval

The interval in milliseconds between RTCP report packets sent to the peer VoIP endpoints. Allowable values are in multiples of 10 within the range 500 - 1500

   

Related Commands

dspvismparam

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfrtcprepint 1000

This example sets the RTCP report packet interval to 1 second (1000 milliseconds).

cnfrtprxtimer

Full Name

Configure rtp receive timer

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfrtprxtimer <rx_timer>

Syntax Description

rx-timer

Sets the receipt of RTP messages to enable or disable. 1 = enable, 2 = disable.

   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfrtprxtimer 2

This example enables the receipt of RTP messages at the VISM card.

cnfsrcppeer

Use the cnfsrcppeer command to configure the Simple Resource Coordination Protocol (SRCP) parameters when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and the call agent. If this command is not executed, a default UDP port number (2428) is used and the monitoring of heartbeat is disabled.

Full Name

Configure srcp peer

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfsrcppeer <peerID><peerUDPport number><heartbeat interval><MaxPDUsize>

Syntax Description

peerID

The ID number of peer as displayed in the dspsrcppeers list

peerUDPportnumber

The UDP port number in the range 1025 - 65535 (if this command is not executed, the default MGCP/SGCP port number of 2428 is used).

heartbeat interval

The interval between heartbeats in milliseconds. If 0, or if this command is not executed, the heartbeat is not monitored.

MaxPDUsize

The maximum allowable PDU size in the range 4095 - 65535.


Related Commands

dspsrcppeer

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfsrcppeer 2 1160 100 4095

This example sets the port number to 1160, the heartbeat interval to 100 milliseconds, and the max. PDU size to 4095 for peer ID 2.

cnftftpdn

The cnftftpdn command is used to select a domain name for a TFTP server. The domain name must be one that has been added to the mgc table using the adddn command. When selected as a TFTP server, the domain cannot be used for as the call agent domain name.

Full Name

Configure TFTP domain name

Modes in which the command operates

VoIPand AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnftftpdn <domain_name>

Syntax Description

domain_name

A domain name to be used as a TFTP server , a text string up to 64 characters in length.

   

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Related Commands

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnftftpdn south

cnfvismdn

The cnfvismdn command is used to configure a domain name for a VISM card. The domain name is used when creating an endpoint ID for each endpoint on the card. The endpoint ID is used, in turn, to address SGCP/MGCP commands to a specific endpoint. If this command is not executed, the default domain name of cisco.com is used.

Full Name

Configure domain name

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfvismdn <domain_name>

Syntax Description

domain_name

A domain name for the VISM card. The name is a text string up to 64 characters in length. Alpha-numeric characters but no spaces. Make sure that when configuring the VSC, the same domain name for the VISM is specified.

   

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Related Commands

dspvismdn, cnfvismip

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfvismdn north

cnfvismip

The cnfvismip command configures the VISM IP address on the VISM card. The VISM IP address is used to communicate with the VSC and as an identification for VoIP endpoints. Once configured the parameter values are stored on the PXM's hard disk and are retrieved for subsequent configure and add commands. The IP address must be configured before any endpoints are added.

Full Name

Configure VISM IP

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfvismip <vismIpAddress><netMask>

Syntax Description

<vismIpAddress>

IP address of the VISM in dotted decimal format (nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn)

<netMask>

The local network mask in dotted decimal format (nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn). For VISM 1.5 the netmask should be assigned the value of 255.255.255.252. This netmask represents a point-to-point arrangement which is required on the VISM. This also implies that the low order two bits of the mask are either 10 or 01


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Related Commands

dspvismip

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfvismip 209.165.200.224 255.255.255.252

This example assignes an IP address to the VISM card of 209.165.200.224 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.252

cnfvismmode

Use the cnfvismmode command to configure a main mode for the VISM card. The choice of modes is either VoIP or AAL2 Trunking. This command should be used during the initial installation of the card to set the operating mode. All connections, ports, resource partitions (if any) should be deleted before executing this command. Any configurations existing on the card are cleared on execution of this command.

In VoIP mode, the calls are processed by a Call Agent and the connections are controlled using a gateway control protocol between the Call Agent and VISM. In AAL2 Trunking mode, the VISM is not involved in call control and both voice payload and signaling are trunked to a peer voice endpoint.

Full Name

Configure VISM mode

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

cnfvismmode <mode>

Syntax Description

mode

the mode in which VISM is to operate. 1 = VoIP, 2 = AAL2 Trunking


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cmfvismmode 1

This example sets the VISM card to VoIP mode

cnfxgcpmwd

Full Name

Configure xgcp maximum waiting delay

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfxgcpmwd <timeout value>

Syntax Description

timeout value

The maximum waiting delay (MWD) timout value for sending Restart in Progress to the Call Agent. In milliseconds in the range of 0 - 600000


Related Commands

dspxgcpcnf

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfxgcpmwd 300

This example sets the waiting delay to 300 milliseconds.

cnfxgcppeer

Use the cnfxgcppeer command to configure the UDP port number to be used for communication with the call agent. The call agent must already be configured with the addmgc command. The default port number is 2427

The command sequence for using another port number is:


Step 1 Use addmgc with unassociate specified to unassociate the call agent.

Step 2 Execute addmgcprotocol.

Step 3 Execute cnfxgcppeer to specify the desired UDP port number

Step 4 Use cnfmgc to associate the call agent


By following the above the steps, RSIP will be sent to the specified port number.

Full Name

Configure xgcp peer port

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfxgcppeer <index><protocol_number><peer UDP port number>

Syntax Description

index

An index number into the Call Agent table in the range 1 - 8

protocol number

The protocol number as displayed by the dspxgcpports command in the range of
1 -8

peer UDP port number

the remote UDP port number used for MGCP/SGCP protocol communication with the call agent.


Related Commands

dspxgcppeers

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

cnfxgcppeer 1 3 1168

cnfxgcpretry

Use the cnfxgcpretry command to configure the request timeout and retry count to be used for communication with the call agent. The call agent must already be configured with the addmgc command. If this command is not executed, a default timeout of 500 milliseconds and a retry count of 3 are used.

Full Name

Configure xgcp retry

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

cnfxgcpretry <timeout value><retry count>

Syntax Description

timeout value

the timeout to be used by the call agent in waiting for a message acknowledgement from VISM. If the timeout expires, the VISM retransmits the message. The timeout value is expressed in miliseconds in the range 0 - 100000. Default is 500.

retry count

the number of times that a call agent will retransmit an unacknowledged message before determining that the VISM is unreachable. Default is 3.


Related Commands

dspxgccnf

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

cnfxgcpretry 1000 3

This example sets the timeout to 1000 milliseconds and the retry count to 3.

delcasvar

Use the delcasvar command to delete a CAS variant.

Full Name

Delete CAS variant

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

delcasvar <variantName>

Syntax Description

variantName

The name of the variant to be deleted. The name must have already been added with the addcasvar command. Variant names are character strings of 1 - 64 characters.


Related Commands

addcasvar, dspcasvar, cnfcasvar, dspcasvars

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

delcasvar var1

This example deletes the CAS variant named "var1".

delccs

Use the delccs command to delete the association between the CCS (ds0) channel and the corresponding virtual channel. This association had already been setup using the addccs command. Applicable in AAL2 Trunking mode only.

Full Name

Delete common channel signaling channel

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delccs <line#><ds0#>[<maxframesize>]

Syntax Description

line#

The line number that was used when the CCS channel was added using the addccs command. Line number is in the range 1 - 8

ds0#

The ds0 number that was used when the CCS channel was added using the addccs command. ds0 number is in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1-31 for E1.

maxframesize

The maximum HDLC frame size in the range 264 - 720


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example 1

delccs 2 12 

This example deletes line 2, ds0 12 as a CCS channel.

delcid

Use the delcid command to delete the association between and endpoint and a lcnl/cid pair. This command is used only in AAL2 Trunking mode. To execute this command, the CID must already be added using the addcid command.

Full Name

delete AAL2 channel identifier

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delcid <LCN#><CID#>

Syntax Description

LCN#

The logical connection number of the LCN/CID pair in the range 32 - 279.

CID#

The CID number of the LCN/CID pair in the range 9 - 255.


Related Commands

addcid, delcid, dspcid, dsplncids

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

delcid 40 12

This example deletes the endpoint association for lcn 40/CID 12

delcon

Use the delcon command to delete a connection (PVC) between the VISM card and the MGX 8850 PXM card. A connection cannot be deleted when it is protected or when CIDs are present.

Full Name

Delete connection

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delcon <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

The channel number of the connection to be deleted in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

addcon

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

delcon 40

This example deletes the connection for channel 40

delconloop

Use the delconloop command to delete a local loopback state on a connection to the cellbus on the current card. The loopback should have been added using the addconloop command.

Full Name

Delete Connection Loop

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delconloop <VCN>

Syntax Description

VCN

Virtual channel number of the VC to be deleted from thelocal loopback state, in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

addconloop

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

dellnloop 32

deldn

Full Name

Delete domain name

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

deldn <domain number>

Syntax Description

domain number

domain name number as displayed by the dspdns command in the range 1 - 80.


Related Commands

adddn, dspdn, dspdns

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

deldn 12

This example deletes the domain name for domain number 12.


delendpt

The delendpt command is used to delete a specified endpoint on the VISM card. This command causes a graceful transition to out-of-service. An endpoint cannot be deleted if CISs are present.

This command causes an RSIP to be sent to each associated Call Agent indicating the out-of-service state of the endpoint.

Full Name

Delete Endpoint

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delendpt <endpoint_num>

Syntax Description

endpoint_num

An endpoint number in the range 1-240 for E1 and 1-192 for T1


:

Related Commands

addendpt, dspendpt, dspendpts

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

delendpt 120

This example deletes endpoint number 120.

delendptloop

The delendptloop command is used to take an endpoint out of a loopback condition.

Full Name

Delete Endpoint Loopback

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delendptloop <endpt_num>

Syntax Description

<endpt_num>

An endpoint number in the range 1 - 240 for E1 and 1 - 192
for T1.


:

Related Commands

addendptloop

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

delendptloop 120

delendpts

The delendpts command is used to delete a sequence of endpoints on the VISM card. This command causes a graceful transition to out-of-service for each deleted endpoint.

If the specified range of endpoints to be deleted contains gaps, the gaps are not counted. For example, if the current endpoints are 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 10, 11,12 and the command specifies a start at 4 and a number of 5, the endpoints deleted are 4, 7, 8, 9, and 10.

This command causes an RSIP to be sent to each associated Call Agent indicating the out-of-service state of the endpoints.

Full Name

Delete Endpoints

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delendpts <endpoint_num> <number of endpt>

Syntax Description

endpoint_num

The starting endpoint number of the sequence to be deleted in the range 1 - 240 for E1 and 1 -1 92 for T1

number of endpt

The number of endpoints to be deleted in the range 1 -240 for E1 and 1 - 192 for T1.


:

Related Commands

addendpt, dspendpt, dspendpts

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

delendpt 120 10

This example deletes 10 endpts starting with endpoint number 120.

delln

Use the delln command to delete a DS1 line on the VISM card. Endpoints and CCS channels must be deleted before the line is deleted.

Full Name

Delete line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delln <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The DS1 line number on the VISM card for which the loop is to be deleted,
in the range 1 - 8


Related Commands

addln, cnfln, dspln, dsplns

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example:

delln 4

This example deletes line number 4.


dellnloop

Use the dellnloop command to remove a T1 or E1 local line loopback state for the current card.

Full Name

Delete Line Loop

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dellnloop <line number>

Syntax Description

line number

The DS1 line number on the VISM card for which the local loop is to be deleted,
in the range 1 - 8


Related Commands

dspln

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

dellnloop 6

This example deletes loopback for line 6.

delmgc

Use the delmgc command to delete a call agent from the VISM's list of configured call agents. If the call agent to be deleted is configured as "associated", the call agent must first be unassociated in order to exedute this delmgc command. The addmgcprotocol command must be executed before this command can be executed.

Full Name

Delete media gateway control (call agent)

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

delmgc <mgc number>

Syntax Description

mgc number

The mgc number as displayed by the dspmgcs command


Related Commands

cnfmgc, dspmgcs

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example:

delmgc 3

This example deletes the call agent with the mgc number of 3.

delmgcprotocol

Use the delmgcprotocol command to delete a media gateway control protocol which is used for communication between VISM and the call agent.

Full Name

Delete media gateway control protocol

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

delmgcprotocol <mgcNumber><protocolNumber>

Syntax Description

mgcNumber

The mgc number as displayed by the dspmgc command

protocolNumber

The protocol number as displayed by the dspmgcprotocols command


Related Commands

dspmgcprotocols

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example:

delmgcprotocol 3 2

This example deletes the mgc 3, protocol 2.

delport

Use the delport command to delete a VISM port on the packet network side. This command should be executed before the VISM card is removed from the MGX 8850. If a VISM card is removed with the port undeleted, any subsequent card inserted into the same slot may not operate correctly. The resource partition and all PVCs should be deleted before deleting this port.

Full Name

Delete port

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delport

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspport

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example:

delport

This example deletes the network port.

delrscprtn

Use the delrscprtn command to delete a the resource partition which was created by the addscrprtn command.

Full Name

Delete resource partition

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

delrscprtn

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example:

delrscprtn

This example deletes the current resource partition.

dspaal2profile

Use the dspaal2profile command to display information about a specified AAL2 profile type and profile number. The AAL2 profiles correspond to the profile types ITU and ATMF as defined in the ITU-T I.366.2 and ATM forum af-vtoa-0113 standards respectively. This command can only be used in AAL 2 PVC mode.

Full Name

Display AAL2 profile

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspaal2profile<profile_type><profile#>

Syntax Description

profile_type

The profile type. 1 = ITU, 3 = custom

profile#

The profile number in the profile table.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspaal2profile

A typical display is as follows:

Profile Profile                        Min Max   Packet    Packet    Seq No.
 Type    Number       Codec Type       UUI UUI Lngth (bt) Time (ms) Invl (ms)
------- ------- ---------------------- --- --- ---------- --------- ---------
    ITU    1    PCM, G.711-64, generic  0   15     40         5         5

dspalm

Use the dspalm command to view the alarms associated with a specified line.

Full Name

Display Alarms for a Line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspalm -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

Line number, in the range 1-8


Related Commands

clralm, dspalms

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > dspalm -ds1 1 
  
LineNum:                   1
  LineAlarmState:            Alarm(s) On --
                                XmtRAI
                                RcvLOS
  LineStatisticalAlarmState: No Statistical Alarms

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a >

dspalmcnf

Use the dspalmcnf command to view the threshold information about the alarm statistics being collected.

Full Name

Display Alarm Configuration

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspalmcnf -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

The line number for which the alarm configuration is being displayed.


Related Commands

dspalm, dspalms

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > dspalmcnf -ds1 1

         Severity   AlarmUpCount  AlarmDnCount  AlarmThreshold
  Line  Red / RAIS    NE / FE       NE / FE       NE  /  FE
  ---- ----- -----  ----- -----   ----- -----    ----- -----
  5.1  Major/Minor      6/6           1/1         1500/1500
 
 spirit.1.5.VISM8.a >
 

dspalmcnt

Use the dspalmcnt command to view the alarm counters and statistics.

Full Name

Display Alarm Counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspalmcnt -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

Line number, in the range 1-8 (FRSM, VISM, AUSM, or CESM).


Related Commands

clralmcnt, clralmcnts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

Display alarms and counters for line 1 on the VISM

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > dspalmcnt -ds1 1
 
Line  RcvLOSCount  RcvOOFCount  RcvRAICount  RcvFECount
  ----  -----------  -----------  -----------  ----------
  5.1             1            1          409     1373405

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > 

dspalms

Use the dspalms command to view all alarms for the selected linetype on the card.

Full Name

Display all Alarms on a Card

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspalms <lineType>

Syntax Description

lineType

Line type, -ds1 = T1 or E1 lines


Related Commands

dspalm

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

Display alarms on the 3 E1 lines on the current card (a VISM)

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > dspalms -ds1

Line  AlarmState   StatisticalAlarmState
----  -----------  ---------------------
5.1   No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms
5.2   No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms
5.3   No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms

spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > 

dspcarddsp

The dspcarddsp command is used to display all card level parameters for both echo cancellation and voice compression DSPs.

Full Name

Display card parameters for DSPs

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcarddsp

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example 1

dspcarddsp 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

IdlePattern:             7f or ff
  IdleDirection:           Both
  PacketSize:              80 bytes
  DB loss:                 sixdb
  Jitter buffer mode:      fixed
  Jitter buffer size:      sixty
  Adaptive Gain Control:   off
  Default type of service: 0xa0

The packetization period and Default type of service apply to VoIP only.

dspcasendpts

Use the dspcasendpts command to display information about configured CAS endpoints.

Full Name

Display CAS endpoints

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspcasendpts

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspcasvarendpts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcasendptsEndpt

A typical display for the VISM card is:


Endpt	Ds0Num 	CasVarName 	cadOnTime 	cadOffTime 
  -----  ------ ---------- --------- --------- 
   2      2          immd       75       75
   5      5          wink       75       75
  10     10          wink       75       75



dspcasvar

Use the dspcasvar command to display information about CAS variants for a given variant name.

Full Name

Display CAS variant

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspcasvar <variantAName>

Syntax Description

variantName

The variant name that was used when the variant was added with the addcasvar command. A text string of 1 - 64 characters.


Related Commands

addcasvar, delcasvar, cnfcasvar

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcasvar var1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspcasvar first

  CasVariantName:         first
  CasFileName:            wink.dod
  Ringing time:           30
  Digit method:           DTMF
  Partial dial timing:    16
  Critical dial timing:   4
  Interdigit timeout:     1
  CasVariantState:        configured
  CasRowStatus:           Add
  Country code:           US

dspcasvarendpts

Use the dspcasvarendpts command to display all the endpoints associated with a spcified CAS variant name.

Full Name

Display CAS variant endpoints

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspcasvarendpts <variantAName>

Syntax Description

variantName

The variant name that was used when the variant was added with the addcasvar command. A text string of 1 - 64 characters.


Related Commands

dspcasendpts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcasvarendpts var1

A typical display for the VISM card is:


dspcasvars

Use the dspcasvars command to display the parameters of all the CAS variant configured on the card. For each variant, this command lists variant name, file name, and country code.

Full Name

Display CAS variants

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspcasvars

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addcasvar, cnfcasvar, dspcasvar, delcasvar

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcasvars

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspcasvars

     VariantName              FileName     DigitMethod      CountryCode
     -----------              --------     -----------      -----------
           first              immed-did-dod.o	 DTMF        US
          second              wink-did-dod.o 	DTMF        US


dspcasxgcps

Use the dscasxgcps command to display the timer parameters for the CAS/XGCP backhaul.

Full Name

Display CAS xgcp parameters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspcasxgcps

Syntax Description

   
   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcasxgcps

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspcasxgcps

   VariantName         FileName     ReXmitTime      InitReXmitTime   Retry
   -----------         --------     -----------     --------------      -----
        first           wink.dod          500        100           4
       second           ring.dod          500        100           4

dspccs

Use the dspccs command to display the properties of an already added CCS channel.

Full Name

Display common channel signaling channel

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspccs <line#><ds0>

Syntax Description

<line#>

The line number of the CCS channel to be displayed.

<ds0#>

The ds0 number of the CCS channel to be displayed.


Related Commands

addccs, cnfccs, delccs, dspccschans

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example:

dspccs 1 10

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Ds0IfIndex:    10
  RowStatus:     active
  LcnNum:        36
  MaxFrameSize:  300

dspccschans

Use the dspccschans command to display all the channels that are configured as CCS channels.

Full Name

Display CCS channels

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspccschans

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addccs, cnfccs, delccs, dspccs

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspccschans

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Ds0 If     Row    Lcn     Max Frame
  Index    Status   Num       Size
  -------  ------  -----  ------------
   10      active    36        300


dspccscnt

Use the dspccscnt command to display the values of the CCS counters for a specified line and ds0.

Full Name

Display CCS counters

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspccscnt <line#><ds0#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number of the CCS channel to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.

ds0

The ds0 number of the CCS channel to be displayed in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1 - 30 for E1.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspccscnt 1 10

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Ds0IfIndex:         10
  TxFrameCount:       0
  RxFrameCount:       0
  RxCRCErrorCount:    0
  RxBufOverflowCount: 0
  TxUnderflowCount:   0
  TxAbortCount:       0
  RxAbortCount:       0

dspcd

Use the dspcd command to view characteristics of the current card's hardware and firmware, and information on its status. Card characteristics include serial number and hardware and firmware revision levels. Full Name

Display Card

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcd

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspcds, version

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcd

A typical display for the VISM card is:

ModuleSlotNumber:          17
  FunctionModuleState:       Active
  FunctionModuleType:        VISM-8T1
  FunctionModuleSerialNum:   SAK0331006P
  FunctionModuleHWRev:       0.0
  FunctionModuleFWRev:       1.5.0_11Nov99_2
  FunctionModuleResetReason: ?
  LineModuleType:            LM-RJ48-8T1
  LineModuleState:           Present
  mibVersionNumber:          21
  configChangeTypeBitMap:    CardCnfChng, LineCnfChng
  pcb part no - (800 level): 800-04399-01
  pcb part no - (73 level):  73-03618-01
  Fab Part no - (28 level):  28-02791-01
  PCB Revision:              08

Daughter Card Information:
  Daughter Card Serial Number: SAK0331003P
  pcb part no - (73 level):    73-03722-01
  Fab Part no - (28 level):    28-02905-01
  PCB Revision:                04

dspcid

Use the dspcid command to display the parameter values of an AAL 2 channel identifier on the VISM card. Use only with AAL2 Trunking mode. To execute this command, the cid must already be added.

Full Name

display channel identifier

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcid <lcn#><cid#>

Syntax Description

lcn#

The logical connection number of the lcn/cid pair in the range 32 - 279

cid#

The cid number of the LCN/cid pair in the range 9 - 255


Related Commands

addcid, cnfcid, delcid, dspcids

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcid 35 10

A typical display for a VISM card is:

LCN number :         35
    CID number:          10
    Endpoint number :    1
    CidRowStatus:        active
    Type3redundancy:     disabled
    VAD:                 disabled
    VADInitTimer:        250
    Profile type:        Custom
    Profile number:      100
    Codec type:          G.711u
    Cas transport:       disabled
    DTMF transport:      enabled
    Ecan on/off:         enabled

dspcids

Use the dspcids command to display all the AAL 2 channel identifiers for a specified LCN on the VISM card. Use only with AAL2 Trunking mode. To execute this command, the CID must already be added.

Full Name

display channel identifiers

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcids <lcn#>

Syntax Description

lcn#

The logical connection number of the LCN for which the CIDs are to be displayed


Related Commands

addcid, cnfcid, delcid, dspcid

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcids 32 

A typical display for a VISM card is:

LCN CID Endpt  Cid   Type3      VAD   Prof  Prof   Codec   Cas  DTMF
Num Num  Num  Status Redun VAD Timer Type  Num   Type    Tran Tran Ecan
--- --- ----- ------ ----- --- ----- ------ ---- --------- ---- ---- ----
32   9    1  active  ena  ena   250    ITU   1    G.711u  ena  ena  ena

dspcodectmpls

Use the dspcodectmpls command to display all the entries in the codec template table. VISM maintains a list of codec templates. Each entry contains the codec template number, the codecs supported, and the maximum number of ds0s supported by the template.

VISM 1.5 supports two templates as follows:

Template 1. This template supports G.711u, G.711a, G729ab, and G.726/32 codecs.

Template 2. This template supports G.711u and G.711a only (no compression).

Full Name

Display codec templates

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcodectmpls

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfcodectmpl

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcodectmpl

A typical display for the VISM card is:


  codecTemplateNumber   codecSupported   MaxChanCount
  -------------------   --------------   ------------
          1                  31              145
          2                   3              192

dspcodecparams

Use the dspcodecparams command to display the current codec parameters.

Full Name

Display codec parameters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspcodecparams

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfcodecparams

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcodecparams

A typical display for the VISM card is:

codecType   codecName    pktPeriod (msecs) codecPreference 
     ----------  ----------   ---------         ---------------
          1          G.711u         10                  4
          2          G.711a         10                  5
          3        G.726-32         10                  3
          4          G.729a         10                  2
          5         G.729ab         10                  1
          6        clear ch         10                  6



dspcon

Use the dspcon command to display the parameters for a specified channel.

Full Name

Display Alarms for a Line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcon <chanNum>

Syntax Description

chanNum

The channel number for the connection to be displayes in the range 32 - 279.

   

Related Commands

addcon, delcon

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcon 36

A typical display for the VISM card is:

ChanNum:                  36
  ChanRowStatus:            Add
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum:              1
  ChanPvcType:              AAL5
  ChanConnectionType:       PVC
  ChanLocalVpi:             0
  ChanLocalVci:             36
  ChanLocalNSAP:            646174616d767232000000000000000005000100
  ChanRemoteVpi:            44
  ChanRemoteVci:            44
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           646174616d767232000000000000000000000200
  ChanMastership:           Master
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR
  ChanRoutingPriority:      1
  ChanMaxCost:              255
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
  ChanConnPCR:              400
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  ChanPreference:           1
  ChanRemotePCR:            400
  ChanRemotePercentUtil:    100
  ChanProtection:           unprotected
  ChanActivityState:        unknown
  ChanLockingState:         unlock
  ChanApplication:          signaling
  ChanServiceType:          cbr
  ChanScrIngress:           0
  ChanMbsIngress:           0

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  37


dspconcac

Use the dspconcac command to display CAC parameters for a specified connection.

Full Name

Display connection CAC parameters.

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspconcac <lcn#>

Syntax Description

lcn#

The logical channel number of the cconnection for which the CAC parameters are to be displayed, in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

cnfconcac

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dpsconcac 36

A typical display for the VISM card is:

LcnNumer:             36
  ChanCacMaster:        Master
  ChanCacPassedCons:    0
  ChanCacRejectedCons:  0

dspconcnt

Use the dspconcnt command to view the values of the counters for a specified connection..

Full Name

Display connection counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspconcnt <chanNum>

Syntax Description

chanNum

The channel number for which the counters are to be displayed in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

clralm, dspalms

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example


dspconcnt 36

A typical display for the VISM card is:

ChanNum:                   36
Chan State:                alarm
Chan XMT ATM State:        Sending AIS OAM
Chan RCV ATM State:        Receiving AIS OAM
OAM Lpb Lost Cells:                 75599
AAL2 HEC Errors:                    0
AAL2 CRC Errors:                    0
AAL2 Invalid OSF Cells:             0
AAL2 Invalid Parity Cells:          0
AAL2 CPS Packet Xmt:                0
AAL2 CPS Packet Rcv:                0
AAL2 Invalid CID CPS:               0
AAL2 Invalid UUI CPS:               0
AAL2 Invalid Len. CPS:              0
AAL5 Invalid CPI:                   0
AAL5 oversized SDU PDU:             0
AAL5 Invalid Len. PDU:              0
AAL5 PDU CRC32 Errors:              0
AAL5 Reassembly Timer expired PDU:  0

dspcons

Use the dspcons command to display channel information for all configured connections on the card.

Full Name

Display connections

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspcons

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspcon, addcon, cnfcon

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspcons

A typical display for the VISM card is:

ConnId      ChanNum Status  Preference  Protection   Active  Locking
  -------     ------- ------  ----------  ----------  -------  --------
datamvr2.5.1.0.35   35    Add         1  unprotected unknown  unlock
datamvr2.5.1.0.36   36    Add         1  unprotected unknown  unlock

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  37

dspdn

Use the dspdn command to display the parameter values of a domain name of a call agent. The domain name must already have been added to the VISM's list of domain names

Full Name

display domain name

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspdn <domain number>

Syntax Description

domain number

The domain number for a VISM's call agent in the range 1 - 80


Related Commands

adddn, cnfdn, deldn, dspdns

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspdn main 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspdn 1

 Index          : 1
 Name           : mgc1
 IP address     : 2.2.2.2
 State          : Inactive
 Preference     : 1


dspdns

Use the dspdns command to display the parameter values of all the Domain names of a call agent.

Full Name

Display domain names

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspdns

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

adddn, cnfdn, deldn, dspdn

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspdns 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspdns

  DomainNumber     DomainName       IP         State      Preference
  ------------    ------------   --------   ----------   ------------
       1              mgc1       2.2.2.2     Inactive          1


dspds0localcasstatus

Use the dspds0localcasstatus command to the currently configured local CAS status for a specified line and ds0.

Full Name

Display ds0 local CAS status

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspds0localcasstatus<line no><ds0 no>

Syntax Description

line no.

The line number for which the local CAS is to be displayed d in the range 1 - 8 (T1 lines only)

ds0 no.

The ds0 number for which the local CAS is to be displayed in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1 - 31 for E1.


Related Commands

cnfds0localcas

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

dspds0localcasstatus 1 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

vismpop12.1.4.VISM8.a > dspds0localcasstatus 1 1 

Ds1 line number:                    1
ds0 number:                         1
Ds0 If Index:                       1
local cas type:                     Disabled
local cas 4 bit bit pattern:        0

dspds0loop

Use the dspds0loop command to display a the loopback type for a specified line and ds0.

Full Name

Display ds0 loopback

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspds0localcas<line no><ds0 no>

Syntax Description

line no.

The line number for which the loopback is to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.

ds0 no.

The ds0 number for which the loopback is to be displayed in the range 1 - 24 for T1, 1 - 31 for E1.


Related Commands

cnfds0loopback

Attribute

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

dspds0loop 1 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

vismpop12.1.4.VISM8.a > dspds0loop 1 1 

Ds1 line number:                    1
ds0 number:                         1
Ds0 If Index:                       1
loopback value:                     noLoop

dspendpt

The dspendpt command is used to display information about the specified endpoint on the VISM card.

Full Name

Display endpoint

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspendpt <endpoint_num>

Syntax Descriptionn

endpoint_num

An endpoint number in the range 1-240 for E1 and 1-192 for T1

   

:

Related Commands

addendpt, delendpt, dspendpts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example 1

dspendpt 120

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.11.VISM8.a > dspendpt 1

    EndptNum:        1
    EndptLineNum:    1
    EndptName:       T1-1/1@cisco.com
    EndptSpeed:      64 kbps
    EndptState:      active
    EndptChannelMap: 1
    EndptEnable:     active
    EndptLoopback:   disabled

The EndptChannelMap value is a hex number (not decimal), where each DS0 is a power of two. EndptChannelMap = 2^DS0 number.

dspendpts

The dspendpts command displays information about all the endpoints on the VISM card.

Full Name

Display endpoints

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspendpts

Related Commands

addendpt, addendpts, delendpt, dspendpt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspendpts 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

EndptNum  Ena/Speed
    --------  --- -----
    1         act/  64k
    2         act/  64k
    3         act/  64k

dspgwstate

The dspgwstate command displays the current service state of the gateway which are configured by the user. States are:

Admin State: in-service, command out-of-service, and pending out of service.

Operational State: Alarm, OK

Full Name

Display gateway state

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspgwstate

Related Commands

cnfgwstate

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspgwstate

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspgwstate


    Admin State : Command_Out_Of_Service
    Oper. State : Alarm

dspln

Use the dspln command to view the characteristics of a specified line. :

Full Name

Display line

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspln <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number of the line to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.


Related Commands

addln, cnfln, delln, cnflnsig

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspln 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

LineNum:                   1
  LineConnectorType:         RJ-48
  LineEnable:                Enabled
  LineType:                  dsx1ESF
  LineCoding:                dsx1B8ZS
  LineLength:                0-131 ft
  LineXmtClockSource:        LocalTiming
  LineLoopbackCommand:       NoLoop
  LineSendCode:              NoCode
  LineUsedTimeslotsBitMap:   0x3ff
  LineLoopbackCodeDetection: codeDetectDisabled
  LineSignalingType:         CAS
  LineCcsChannels:           0x0
  LineTrunkConditioning:     disable
  
  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

LineCcsChannels applies to AAL2 Trunking mode only.

dsplncids

Use the dsplncids command to display the cid, endpoint, and AAL2 information for a specified line.

Full Name

Display line cid usage

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsplncids <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the usage is to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.


Related Commands

addcid

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsplncids

A typical display for the VISM card is:

LCN CID Endpt  Cid   Type3     VAD    Prof  Prof   Codec   Cas  DTMF
Num Num  Num  Status Redun VAD Timer  Type  Num   Type    Tran Tran Ecan
--- --- ----- ------ ----- --- ----- ------ ---- --------- ---- ---- ----
33  10    2  active  ena  ena   250    ITU   1    G.711u  ena  ena  ena

If codec type is clear, Type3 Redun, Cad Tran, DTMF Tran, and Ecan are not applicable

dsplndsp

Use the dsplndsp command to display the DSP information for a specified line.

Full Name

Display line DSP

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsplndsp <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the DSP information is to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.


Related Commands

addln, delln

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsplndsp 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

VismLineNum:            1
  ECANEnable:             enable
  ECANReenable:           ReenableOnModemData
  ToneDisable:            G.165
  MaximumTail:            32 milliseconds
  ResidualEcho:           ComfortNoise
  VoiceDetection:         Enable

VAD and ECAN apply to VoIP only.

dsplndsx0s

Use the dsplndsx0s command to display the parameters of all ds0s on a specified T1 or E1 line.

Full Name

Display ds0s

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsplndsx0s<line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the ds0s are to be displayed in the range 1 - 8

   

Related Commands

addendpt, addendpts, delendpts, delendpt, cnfcascode

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example


dsplndsx0s 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Ds0 If  Robbed Bit  Idle  Seized  EndPt    If    Variant   Cadence   Cadence
Index   Signaling   Code   Code    Num    Type     Name     OnTime   OffTime
------  ----------  ----- ------- ------ ------  --------- --------  ----------
  1        True      0     15       1    bearer                75       75
  2        True      0     15       2    bearer       immd     75       75
  3        True      0     15       3    bearer                75       75
  4        True      0     15       4    bearer                75       75
  5        True      0     15       5    bearer       wink     75       75
  6        True      0     15       6    bearer                75       75
  7        True      0     15       7    bearer                75       75
  8        True      0     15       8    bearer                75       75
  9        True      0     15       9    bearer                75       75
 10        True      0     15      10    bearer       wink     75       75
 11        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 12        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 13        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 14        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 15        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 16        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 17        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 18        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 19        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 20        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 21        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 22        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 23        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75
 24        True      0     15      -1         -                75       75

Idle code, siezed code and variant name apply to VoIP mode only.

dsplnendptstatus

Use the dsplnendptstatus command to view the the status of endpoints for a specified line.

Full Name

Display line endpoint status

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsplnendptstatus <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

the line number for which the endpoint status is to be displayed in the range 1 - 8


Related Commands

dspendpts, dspln

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsplnendptstatus 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

DS0#	Endpt#	 Codec	 VAD	 ECAN 
----------------------------------- 
1	1	G.711a	ON	ON 


dsplns

Use the dsplns command to view the configuration for all lines on the VISM.

Full Name

Display lines

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsplns

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addln, cnfln, delln, dspln

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsplns

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Line  Conn      Type     Status/Coding      Length     XmtClock Alarm Stats
        Type                                             Source         Alarm
  ----  ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------------- -------- ----- -----
  17.1  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  Yes   No 
  17.2  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  Yes   No 
  17.3  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  17.4  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  17.5  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  17.6  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  17.7  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    No 
  17.8  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    No 

  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

dsplnstate

Use the dsplnstate command to display the service state of the line with respect to the xgcp protocol. The states are: in-service, out-of-service, and shutting down.

Full Name

Display line state

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsplnstate <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the service state is to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.


Related Commands

dspgwstate

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example


dsplnstate 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Line number : 1,  Actual admin. state : Inactive 
                   Actual oper.  state : OK 

Line number : 1,  Effective admin. state : Inactive 
                   Effective oper.  state : OK 

Actual admin state values are, In-service, Pending out-of-service, Command out-of-service, Inactive, Invalid state.

Actual oper state values are, Alarm (alarm state of the line), OK

Effective admin state is the combination state of the gateway and line

Effective oper state is the combination alarm state of the gateway and line

dsploops

Use the dsploops command to view all the lines and ds0s that are in loopback condition.

Full Name

Display loopbacks

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsploops

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addconloop, addendptlooop

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsploops

A typical display for the VISM card is:

Line Loopbacks on this card
---------------------------
Line 1:                         Local Loopback

Ds0 loopbacks on this card
--------------------------
Endpoint 1                              Loopback Enabled

dspmaxmgcs

Use the dspmaxmgcs command to display the maximum number of media gateway controllers that can be configured. The number cannot be larger than 8.

Full Name

Display maximum number of media gateway controllers that can be configured

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspmaxmgcs

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addmgc

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspmaxmgcs

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspmaxmgcs


 Maximum number of MGCs: 8

dspmgc

Use the dspmgc command to display the configuration information about a specified media gateway controllers.

Full Name

Display number of media gateway controllers that can be configured

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspmgc <mgc number>

Syntax Description

mgc number

the mgc number as displayed by the dspmgcs command.


Related Commands

addmgc, delmgc, dspmaxmgcs, dspmgcs

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspmgc

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspmgc 1

 mgcNumber                         : 1
 mgcName                           : mgc1
 mgcDnsResolution                  : -2143449980
 mgcAssociationState               : AssociatedCommLoss
 mgcAssociationStateControl        : associate
 mgcUnassociationPolicy            : NoAction
 mgcCommLossUnassociationTimeout   : -1

dspmgcprotocols

Use the dspmgcprotocols command to display information about the call agent protocols that have been configured using the addmgcprotocol command.

Full Name

Display media gateway control protocols

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspmgcprotocols

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addmgcprotocol, delmgcprotocol

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspmgcprotocols

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspmgcprotocols

   mgc#     protocol#   
  ------    --------- 
     1       MGCP 0.1
     1      SGCP 1.1+

dspmgcs

Use the dspmgcs command to display configuration information about all configured call agents.

Full Name

Display media gateway controllers

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspmgcs

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addmgc, delmgc

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspmgcs

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspmgcs

 mgcNumber   mgcName     Dnsresolution    associateState     Timeout
 --------   --------     -------------    --------------     -------   
     1          mgc1        False  AssociatedCommLoss         -1

dspmgprotocols

Use the dspmgprotocols command to display configuration information about all the available call agent protocols by VISM.

Full Name

Display media gateway control protocols

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspmgprotocols

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addmgcprotocol, delmgcprotocol

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspmgprotocols

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspmgprotocols

    Number      mgProcotol 
  ----------   -----------  
        1        MGCP 0.1
        2       SGCP 1.1+
        3      SRCP 1.0.2

dspmngcidcnt

Use the dspmngcidcnt command to display the managed CID count for a specified endpoint.

Full Name

Display managed CID count

Modes in which the command operates

AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspmngcidcnt <endpt_num>

Syntax Description

endpt_num

the endpoint number for which the CID count is to be displayed. 1 - 240 for E1, 1 - 1922 for T1


Related Commands

addcid

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspmngcidcnt 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:

EndptNum:    1
  Lcn:         35
  Cid:         10
  SentPkts:    15277688
  RcvdPkts:    0
  SentOctets:  654128294
  RcvdOctets:  0
  LostPkts:    0
  Jitter:      0
  Latency:     0

dspport

Use the dspport command to view information about the virtual port that was created using the addport command.

Full Name

Display Port

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspport

Related Commands

addport, delport

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspport

A typical display for the VISM card is:

vismPortNum:               1
    vismPortRowStatus:         add
    vismPortSpeed:             50000
    vismPortState:             active

dsprscprtn

Use the dsprscprtn command to view information about the resource partition which was created using the addrscprtn command.

Full Name

Display Resource Partition

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsprscprtn

Related Commands

addrscprtn

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsprscprtn

A typical display for the VISM card is:

vismResPartPortNum:          1
    vismResPartCtrlrNum:         par
    vismResPartRowStatus:        add
    vismResPartNumOfLcnAvail:    72
    vismResPartLcnLow:           32
    vismResPartLcnHigh:          279
    vismResPartIngrPctBW:        100
    vismResPartEgrPctBW:         100
    vismResPartCtrlrID:          2

dspsarcnt

Use the dspsracnt command to display the values of the Segmentation and Reassembly (SAR) counters for a specified channel.

Full Name

Display SAR coounters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspsarcnt <lcn>

Syntax Description

lcn

The channel number for which the counters are to be dispalyed in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

dspsarcnts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsracnt 32

A typical display for the VISM card is:

		SarShelfNum:         1
SarSlotNum:          17
SarChanNum:          32
                                Tx                      Rx
                          ---------------       ---------------
  Total Cells:            69486                 60243
  Total CellsCLP:         0                     0
  Total CellsAIS:         0                     0
  Total CellsFERF:        0                     0
  Total CellsEnd2EndLpBk: 0                     0
  Total CellsSegmentLpBk: 0                     0
  RcvCellsDiscOAM:                              2151467320


dspsarcnts

Use the dspsarcnts command to display the values of the Segmentation and Reassembly (SAR) counters for the VISM card.

Full Name

Display SAR counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspsarcnts

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspsarcnt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsracnts

A typical display for the VISM card is:



dspsarmsgcnt

Use the dspsarmsgcnt command to view the values of the control message counters for the card.

Full Name

Display SAR Control Message Counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspsarmsgcnt

Related Commands

clrsarmsgcnt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsarmsgcnt

A typical display for the VISM card is:


spirit.1.5.VISM8.a > dspsarmsgcnt

  RiscXmtCtrlMsg:            83606
  RiscRcvCtrlMsg:            83606
  SARXmtCtrlMsg:             83445
  SARRcvCtrlMsg:             83606
  SARCtrlMsgDiscLenErr:      0
  SARCtrlMsgDiscCRCErr:      0
  SARCtrlMsgDiscUnknownChan: 0
  SARCtrlMsgLastUnknownChan: 0
 
spirit.1.5.VISM8.a >

dspsrcpcnt

Use the dspsrcpcnt command to display the SRCP message statistics for a specified call agent.

Full Name

Display simple resource coordination protocol statistics

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspsrcpcnt <IP address>

Syntax Description

IPaddress

the IP address of the call agent for which message statistics are to be displayed in dotted decimal format - nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn


Related Commands

dspsrcpcnts

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsrcstat 209.165.200.224

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspsrcpcnt 2.2.2.2

    Ip              Name    Discarded Augw/Fail Auln/Fail Ntfy/Fail Rqnt/Fail 
----------------  --------  ---------  ---------  ---------  --------- ------- 
        2.2.2.2      mgc1      0          0/0        0/0        0/0      0/0



dspsrcpcnts

Use the dspsrcpcnts command to display the SRCP message statistics for all known call agents.

Full Name

Display simple resource coordination protocol statistics for all call agents

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspsrcpcnts

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspsrcpcnt

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsrccnts

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspsrcpcnts

    Ip              Name    Discarded Augw/Fail Auln/Fail Ntfy/Fail Rqnt/Fail 
----------------  --------  ---------  ---------  ---------  --------- ------- 
        2.2.2.2      mgc1      0          0/0        0/0        0/0      0/0


dspsrcppeer

Use the dspsrcppeer command to display the peer configuration information for a specified peer (call agent). Only applicable if addmgcprotocol with SRCP has been executed.

Full Name

Display simple resource coordination protocol peer

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspsrcppeer <peerId>

Syntax Description

peerId

the peer ID as displayed by the dspsrcppeers command in the range 1 - 8

   

Related Commands

dspsrcppeer, addmgcprotocol

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsrcppeer 4



dspsrcppeers

Use the dspsrcppeers command to display the peer configuration information for all configured SRCP peers (call agents).

Full Name

Display simple resource coordination protocol peers

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspsrcppeers

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addmgcprotocol

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsrcppeers



dspsrcpport

Use the dspsrcpport command to display the local UDP port number used by SRCP protocol on VISM.

Full Name

Display simple resource coordination protocol port

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspsrcpport

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

dspsrcpport

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspsrcpport



dsptaskinfo

Use the dsptaskinfo command to view information about currently operating tasks.

Full Name

Display task information

Modes In Which The Command Operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dsptaskinfo

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dsptaskinfo

A typical display for the VISM card is:

taskName    msgReceivd        msgSent       msgSent   lastSent  lastSt lastSt
                                             Failed   FailedTask Failed Failed
                                                                 MsgTyp Errno
---------- --------------- --------------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------
nmimRouter 0               60              0                     0      0x0     
scm        1240            584             0                     0      0x0     
pSNMP      0               1               0                     0      0x0     
cmm        277             258             0                     0      0x0     
conn_mgr_t 1109790         29              0                     0      0x0     
tFiled     68              69              0                     0      0x0     
tSmd       237             313             0                     0      0x0     
logd       304             1               0                     0      0x0     
alarm_task 0               29              0                     0      0x0     

taskName    msgReceivd        msgSent       msgSent   lastSent  lastSt lastSt
                                             Failed   FailedTask Failed Failed
                                                                 MsgTyp Errno
---------- --------------- --------------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------
oam        5               1109778         0                     0      0x0     
bertd      0               1               0                     0      0x0     

dspvismdn

The dspvismdn command is used to display the domain name for the VISM card.

Full Name

Display domain name

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspvismdn

Related Commands

cnfvismdn

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example 1

dspvismdn 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

DomainName:       cisco.com

dspvismip

The dspvismip command displays the IP address and subnetmask for the VISM card.

Full Name

Display VISM IP

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspvismip

Related Commands

cnfvismip

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspvismip 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

VismIpAddress: 209.165.200.224
NetMask:             255.255.255.252

dspvismparam

Use the dspvismparam command to display VISM card parameters including current mode, CAC s. status, template number, control and bearer Tos, etc.

Full Name

Display VISM parameters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

dspvismparam

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfvismmode, cnfcodectmpl, cnfcac, cnfvismip

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspvismparam

A typical display for the VISM card is:

VISM mode:                   voipSwitching
  CAC flag:                    enable
  DS0s available:              192
  Template number:             2
  Percent of functional DSPs:  100
  IP address:                  10.10.10.1
  Subnet mask                  255.255.255.252
  RTCP report interval:        1000
  RTP receive timer:           disable
  ControlPrecedence/Tos:       0x60
  BearerPrecedence/Tos:        0xa0
  Aal2 muxing status:          disable
  Tftp Server Dn               TFTPDOMIAN

DS0s available is applicable to AAL2 Trunking mode only

RTCP report interval, RTP receive timer, ControlTos, BearerTos are applicable to VoIP mode only.



dspxgcpcnf

Use the dspxgcpcnf command to display SGCP/MGCP timeout and retry count values which have been configured using the cnfxgcpretry and cnfxgcpmwd commands.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol configuration

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpcnf

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfxgcpretry, cnfxgcpmwd

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpcnf

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpcnf


    MWD timeout :        10000
    Request timeout :    500
    Retry count:    3


dspxgcpcons

Use the dspxgcpcons command to display xGCP/MGCP connections.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol connections

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpcons

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

None

Modes in which the command operates

VISM

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpcons

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpcons

    Calls Active Line1:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line2:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line3:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line4:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line5:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line6:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line7:  0x00000000    (0)
    Calls Active Line8:  0x00000000    (0)

    Total Active Calls:  0


dspxgcpdefpkg

Use the dspxgcpdefpkg command to display SGCP/MGCP default package .

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol default package

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpdefpg

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpdefpkg

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpdefpkg


    Default package :   T


dspxgcpdetailcnt

Use the dspxgcpdetailcnt command to display SGCP/MGCP details of message statistics exchanged between VISM and the specified call agent.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol counters

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpdetailcnt<IpAddress>

Syntax Description

IpAddress

the IP address of the call agent in dotted decimal notation - nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn. An address value of zero is not allowed.


Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpdetailcnt 209.165.200.224

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpdetailcnt 2.2.2.2


    IP Address                     : 2.2.2.2
    CRCX Count                     : 0
    CRCX Fail Count                : 0
    MDCX Count                     : 0
    MDCX Fail Count                : 0
    DLCX Received Count            : 0
    DLCX Received Fail Count       : 0
    DLCX Sent Count                : 0
    DLCX Sent Fail Count           : 0
    RQNT Count                     : 0
    RQNT Fail Count                : 0
    Notify Count                   : 0
    Notify Fail Count              : 0
    Audit Endpoint Count           : 0
    Audit Endpoint Fail Count      : 0
    Audit Connection Count         : 0
    Audit Connection Fail Count    : 0
    RSIP Count                     : 4
    RSIP Fail Count                : 4

dspxgcpdetailcnts

Use the dspxgcpdetailcnts command to display SGCP/MGCP details of message statistics exchanged between VISM and all known call agents.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol configurations

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpdetailcnts

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpdetailcnts

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpdetailcnts


    IP Address                     : 2.2.2.2
    CRCX Count                     : 0
    CRCX Fail Count                : 0
    MDCX Count                     : 0
    MDCX Fail Count                : 0
    DLCX Received Count            : 0
    DLCX Received Fail Count       : 0
    DLCX Sent Count                : 0
    DLCX Sent Fail Count           : 0
    RQNT Count                     : 0
    RQNT Fail Count                : 0
    Notify Count                   : 0
    Notify Fail Count              : 0
    Audit Endpoint Count           : 0
    Audit Endpoint Fail Count      : 0
    Audit Connection Count         : 0
    Audit Connection Fail Count    : 0
    RSIP Count                     : 4
    RSIP Fail Count                : 4


dspxgcperrcnt

Use the dspxgcperrcnt command to display SGCP/MGCP the count of errors for both unsupported protocol versions and unrecognized packets.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol error count

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcperrcnt

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcperrcnt

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcperrcnt


    Number of msg. for an unsupported protocol version :   0
    Number of unrecongnized packets :   0


dspxgcppeers

Use the dspxgcppeers command to display all the UDP peer ports used by SGCP/MGCP.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol peer ports

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcppeers

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfxgcppeers

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcppeers 

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcppeers

   mgcNumber      protocolNumber   portNumber
   -----------     -------------    ----------
       1                 1            2064
       1                 2            2427


dspxgcpport

Use the dspxgcpport command to display the local UDP port number used by SGCP/MGCP.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol local port number

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpport

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

cnfxgcppeer

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpport

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpport


 xgcpProtNumber: 2427



dspxgcpcnt

Use the dspxgcpcnt command to display the SGCP/MGCP message statistics for a specified call agent.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol statistics for a specified call agent

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpcnt <IpAddress>

Syntax Description

IpAddress

the IP address of the call agent in dotted decimal format - nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn. An address value of zero is not allowed.


Related Commands

addmgcprotocol, adddn

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpcnt 209.165.200.224

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpcnt 2.2.2.2

         IP          success msg    fail msg
    --------------   -----------   ----------
        2.2.2.2            0           4


dspxgcpcntnts

Use the dspxgcpcnts command to display the SGCP/MGCP message statistics for all known call agents.

Full Name

Display gateway control protocol statistics for all call agents

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP

Syntax

dspxgcpcnts

Syntax Description

   

Related Commands

addmgcprotocol, adddn

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

dspxgcpcnts

A typical display for the VISM card is:

datamvr2.1.5.VISM8.a > dspxgcpcnts

         IP          success msg    fail msg
    --------------   -----------   ----------
        2.2.2.2            0           4



Help

Use the Help command to view commands associated with the current card. TheHelp command is case-sensitive.

This command takes no arguments and therefore does not provide information about specific commands.

Full Name

Help

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

Help

Related Commands

?

Attribute

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any


Example

Help

A typical display for the VISM card is:

?
Help
addccs
addchan
addcid
addcon
addconloop
addendpt
addendptloop
addendpts
addln
addlnloop
addport
addrscprtn
chkflash
clralm
clralmcnt
clralmcnts
clralms
clrsarcnt
clrsarcnts
clrsarmsgcnt

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
clrscrn
clrtaskinfo
cnfadapgain
cnfalm
cnfcac
cnfcascode
cnfccs
cnfchan
cnfcodectmpl
cnfcon
cnfconcac
cnfecanenable
cnfecanidle
cnfecannrn
cnfecanrec
cnfecantail
cnfecantone
cnferl
cnfjtrinitdelay
cnfjtrmode
cnfln
cnflnsig
cnfvismmode

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
delccs
delchan
delcid
delcon
delconloop
delendpt
delendptloop
delendpts
delln
dellnloop
delport
delrscprtn
dmShellConn
dspaal2profile
dspalm
dspalmcnf
dspalmcnt
dspalms
dspcarddsp
dspccs
dspccschans
dspccscnt
dspcd

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
dspchan
dspchans
dspcid
dspcids
dspcodectmpls
dspcon
dspconcac
dspconcnt
dspcons
dspendpt
dspendpts
dspln
dsplncids
dsplndsp
dsplndsx0s
dsplns
dspmngcidcnt
dspport
dsprscprtn
dspsarcnt
dspsarcnts
dspsarmsgcnt
dsptaskinfo

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
dspvismparam
i
memShow
shellConn
tstcon
tstdelay
version

pinglndsp

Use the pinglndsp command to display the DSP health for all endpoints on a specified line.

Full Name

Ping line DSP

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

pinglndsp <line#>

Syntax Description

line#

The line number for which the DSP health for all endpoints is to be displayed in the range 1 - 8.


Related Commands

dsplndsp

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

pinglndsp 1

A typical display for the VISM card is:


tstcon

Use the tstcon command to test a specified connection.

Full Name

Test connection

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

tstcon <LCN>

Syntax Description

LCN

Channel number of the connection to be tested in the range 32 -279.


Related Commands

tstcon

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

tstcon 36

tstdelay

Use the tstdelay command to test the delay on a specified connection.

Full Name

Test connection delay

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

tstdelay <LCN>

Syntax Description

LCN

The channel number of the connection to be tested in the range 32 - 279.


Related Commands

tstcon

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

tstdelay 36

version

Use the version command to view different types of version-related information, such as firmware version, operating system kernel version, the date of the software build, and so on (refer to screen examples).

Full Name

Display Versions

Modes in which the command operates

VoIP and AAL2 Trunking

Syntax

version

Related Commands

None

Attribute

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any


Example

version

A typical display for the VISM card is:


sj885044.1.17.VISM8.a > version
***** Cisco Systems. MGX 8850  VISM Card *****
    Firmware Version    = 1.5.0_11Nov99_2
    Backup Boot version = 3.2.13
    Xilinx Firmware version = 10/ 2/1998
    DSPCOM FPGA version     = 10/ 7/1999
    DSPM F irmware Details:
        Major Release   = 3
        Minor Release   = 4
        Build number    = 2
    DSPM ecan Firmware Details:
        Major Release   = 7
        Minor Release   = 3
        Build number    = 9
VxWorks (for R5k PDC) version 5.3.1.
Kernel: WIND version 2.5.
Made on Nov 11 1999, 15:31:28.
Boot line: