Cisco Voice Interworking Services (VISM) Installation & Configuration Guide, Release 3.0
CLI Commands
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CLI Commands

Table Of Contents

CLI Commands

?

addannpermanent

addcasvar

addccs

addcid

addcon

addconloop

adddn

adddnip

addendpt

addendptloop

addendpts

addlapd

addlapdtrunk

addln

addlnloop

addmgcgrpentry

addmgcgrpprotocol

addport

addrscprtn

addrtpcon

addrudptrunk

addses

addsesgrp

addsesset

addtoneplan

addxgcppersistevt

cc

chkflash

clralm

clralmcnt

clralmcnts

clralms

clrcacfailcntrs

clrmngcidcnt

clrrtpcnt

clrsarcnt

clrsarcnts

clrsarmsgcnt

clrscrn

clrslipcnt

clrtaskinfo

cnfaal2subcellmuxing

cnfaal2timerparams

cnfaal2transparams

cnfadapgain

cnfalm

cnfalmcnt

cnfannagetime

cnfanndn

cnfannpathprefix

cnfannprefcodec

cnfannreqtimeout

cnfcac

cnfcacparams

cnfcalea

cnfcascode

cnfcasdialdelay

cnfcasendpt

cnfcasflashtime

cnfcasglareattrib

cnfcasglaretime

cnfcasguardtime

cnfcasoffhooktime

cnfcasonhooktime

cnfcaspackage

cnfcasparamsource

cnfcasvar

cnfcaswinktime

cnfcasxgcp

cnfclksrc

cnfco4timer

cnfcodecjtrdelay

cnfcodecneg

cnfcodecparams

cnfcodectmpl

cnfcompvad

cnfcon

cnfconcac

cnfconcacparams

cnfconcacpol

cnfconprotect

cnfconvbdpol

cnfconvcci

cnfdeftos

cnfdisctimers

cnfdn

cnfdnssrvr

cnfdpvcoamparams

cnfds0gain

cnfds0localcas

cnfds0loop

cnfds0musicthreshold

cnfecanenable

cnfecanrec

cnfecantail

cnfendptcadence

cnferl

cnfgain

cnfgwis

cnfgwoos

cnfjtrinitdelay

cnfjtrmode

cnflapdretrans

cnflapdtimer

cnflapdtrunkpvc

cnflapdtype

cnflapdwinsize

cnfln

cnflndigitorder

cnflngain

cnflnis

cnflnmusicthreshold

cnflnoos

cnflnringback

cnflnsig

cnflntoneplan

cnflntonetimeout

cnflntrunkcond

cnfmgcgrpentry

cnfmgcgrpparam

cnfmgcgrpprotocol

cnfmidcalltimers

cnfmusicthreshold

cnfnwcot

cnfpncon

cnfprofelemvbd

cnfprofelemvoice

cnfprofneg

cnfprofparams

cnfrsvp

cnfrsvprefreshmiss

cnfrtcprepint

cnfrtpcon

cnfrtprxtimer

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

cnfsesack

cnfsesmaxreset

cnfsesmaxseg

cnfsesmaxwindow

cnfsesnullsegtmout

cnfsesoutofseq

cnfsesport

cnfsesretrans

cnfsesstatetmout

cnfsessyncatmps

cnfsrcppeer

cnfsrcppeergrpparam

cnfsrcpretry

cnft38fxlco

cnft38nsetimeout

cnft38params

cnftftpdn

cnflntrunkcond

cnfvbdcodec

cnfvbdpol

cnfvismdn

cnfvismip

cnfvismmode

cnfvoiptimerparam

cnfvoiptransparams

cnfxgcpbt

cnfxgcpinteropsdpost

cnfxgcpmwd

cnfxgcppeer

cnfxgcpretry

delannalldynamic

delanndynamic

delannpermanent

delcasvar

delccs

delcid

delcon

delconloop

deldn

deldnip

delendpt

delendptloop

delendpts

dellapd

dellapdtrunk

delln

dellnloop

dellntoneplan

delmgc

delmgcgrpentry

delmgcgrpprotocol

delport

delrscprtn

delrtpcon

delrudptrunk

delses

delsesgrp

delsesset

deltoneplan

delxgcpcon

delxgcppersistevt

dncon

dspaal2params

dspaal2profile

dspalm

dspalmcnf

dspalmcnt

dspalms

dspannagetime

dspanncache

dspanncontrols

dspanndn

dspannpathprefix

dspannpermanents

dspannprefcodec

dspannreqtimeout

dspcacfailcntrs

dspcalea

dspcarddsp

dspcasendpts

dspcasglareattrib

dspcaspackage

dspcasparamsource

dspcastimers

dspcasvar

dspcasvarendpts

dspcasvars

dspcasxgcps

dspccs

dspccschans

dspccscnt

dspcd

dspcds

dspcid

dspcids

dspco4timer

dspcodecjtrdelays

dspcodecparams

dspcodectmpls

dspcon

dspconcac

dspconcnt

dspcons

dspconvbdpol

dspdisctimers

dspdnallips

dspdnips

dspdns

dspdnssrvr

dspdpvcoamparams

dspds0gain

dspds0localcasstatus

dspds0loop

dspds0musicthreshold

dspendpt

dspendpts

dspgain

dspgwstate

dsplapd

dsplapds

dsplapdstat

dsplapdtrunkpvc

dsplapdtrunks

dsplinecasbits

dspln

dsplncids

dsplndigitorder

dsplndsp

dsplndsx0s

dsplnendptstatus

dsplngain

dsplnmusicthreshold

dsplnringback

dsplns

dsplnstate

dsplntoneplan

dsplntonetimeout

dsploops

dspmaxmgcs

dspmgc

dspmgcgrpparams

dspmgcgrpprotocols

dspmgcgrps

dspmgcs

dspmgprotocols

dspmidcalltimers

dspmngcidcnt

dspmonecanendpt

dspmusicthreshold

dspnwcot

dspport

dspprofparams

dsprscprtn

dsprsvpif

dsprsvpreq

dsprsvpreqs

dsprsvpresv

dsprsvpresvs

dsprsvpsender

dsprsvpsenders

dsprtpcnt

dsprtpcon

dsprtpconnstat

dsprtpcons

dsprudptrunk

dsprudptrunks

dspsarcnt

dspsarcnts

dspsarmsgcnt

dspses

dspsesgrp

dspsesgrps

dspsess

dspsesset

dspsesstat

dspslipcnt

dspsrcpcnt

dspsrcpcnts

dspsrcppeer

dspsrcppeergrpparams

dspsrcppeers

dspsrcpport

dspsrcpretry

dspt38fxlco

dspt38fxlcos

dspt38nsetimeout

dspt38nsetimeouts

dspt38params

dsptaskinfo

dsptonebuiltinplans

dsptoneplan

dsptoneplans

dsptoneprovplans

dsptoneregionplans

dspvbdcodec

dspvbdpol

dspvismdn

dspvismip

dspvismparam

dspvoipparams

dspxgcpbt

dspxgcpcalls

dspxgcpcids

dspxgcpcnf

dspxgcpcnt

dspxgcpcnts

dspxgcpcon

dspxgcpcons

dspxgcpdefpkg

dspxgcpdetailcnt

dspxgcpdetailcnts

dspxgcpendpt

dspxgcpendptcons

dspxgcpendpts

dspxgcperrcnt

dspxgcpinterops

dspxgcplncons

dspxgcppeers

dspxgcppersistevts

dspxgcpport

dspxgcpretry

Help

pinglndsp

tstcon

tstdelay

upcon

version


CLI Commands


Command line interface (CLI) commands allow you to configure, manage, and troubleshoot VISM to enable your applications.

The VISM CLI commands are described in the remainder of this chapter and are arranged in alphabetical order.

For information on how to access and use the CLI commands, see "Configuring VISM Features."

?

To display some or all commands associated with the current card, use the ? command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

?

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

You can enter a complete or partial command name. If you do not type the name of a command, the entire command list is displayed.

Related Commands

Command
Description

Help

Displays commands associated with the current card.


Examples

The following example shows a list of all commands that contain the string ecan—a partial command name:

? ecan

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

addannpermanent

To configure an announcement server file and associated codec type as permanent, use the addannpermanent command in the VoIP switching operating mode.

addannpermanent ann-index ann-filename ann-codec-type

Syntax Description

ann-index

Announcement file server index number which you assign to identify a permanent announcement server file. It can be in the range from 1 to 125.

ann-filename

Announcement filename. It can be from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters, including the following symbols—period (.), forward slash (/), underscore (_), and hyphen (-).

ann-codec-type

Announcement filename associated codec. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that index server number 19 is configured with the femalezero1 file in the G.726-40K codec:

addannpermanent 19 femalezero1 9

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfannagetime

Configures the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

cnfanndn

Designates an announcement file server domain name.

cnfannpathprefix

Designates the main prefix directory TFTP path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server.

cnfannprefcodec

Configures the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

cnfannreqtimeout

Configures the expiration time for announcements to begin playing after the VISM receives the announcement signal (request) from the call agent.

delannalldynamic

Deletes all announcement files and their associated codec types from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delanndynamic

Deletes an announcement file and associated codec type from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delannpermanent

Deletes a permanent announcement file and its associated codec type from the announcement file server.

dspannagetime

Displays the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

dspanncache

Displays all available temporary announcement file names, and associated age times before being refreshed from the announcement file server.

dspanncontrols

Displays a summary list of all provisionable announcement file variables, including variables associated with all announcement file CLI commands.

dspanndn

Displays the announcement file server domain name.

dspannpathprefix

Displays the main prefix directory path from which VISM retrieves announcement files from the announcement file server.

dspannpermanents

Displays all available permanent announcement files with their associated codec types and identifying index numbers.

dspannprefcodec

Displays the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.


addcasvar

To add a channel associated signaling (CAS) variant to a VISM card, name the CAS variant file, and optionally set the source of the file, use the addcasvar command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addcasvar var-name file-name |source|

Syntax Description

var-name

Name of the CAS variant; a text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.

file-name

Name of the file that contains the signal definition for the CAS variant. It can be one of the following values:

wink_did_dod.o = wink start

ground_start.o = ground start

wink_did_dod_mf.o = wink start multifrequency

q50.o = Q.50

basic_pbx.o =

fgd_ea_incoming.o = for endpoints connected to an end office

fgd_ea_outgoing.o = for endpoints connected to an access carrier

fgd_os_e911.o = for endpoints connected to FDG OSS (Feature group D operator services system)

loop_start.o = loop start

delay_did_dod.o = dial delay, DTMF

delay_did_dod_mf.o = dial delay, MF

immed_did_dod.o = immediate start

immed_did_dod_mf.o = immediate start, MF

In the range from 1 to 32 alphanumeric characters—user-configured files only

Note Immediate start is not supported in VISM Release 2.2(0).

source

(Optional) CAS variant file location. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Unspecified. If TFTP domain is configured, the location is the TFTP server. If not found in the TFTP server, the file is treated as built-in.

2 = User-configured (built-in) file location.

3 = External—resides on the TFTP server.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

A file containing the variant information must be downloaded to the Cisco MGX 8000 Series platform PXM card, using a separate application (such as TFTP), before you can execute this command. This command downloads the specified file from the PXM card and configures the CAS variant on the VISM card based upon the information in the file. You can use this command at any time to add a new CAS variant.

Examples

The following example shows that a wink start CAS variant called casvar is added to a VISM card based upon information contained in the wink_did_dod.o file, which is located in the internal (built-in) location:

addcasvar casvar wink_did_dod.o 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcasvar

Configures CAS variant and CAS timing parameters for a variant already created with the addcasvar command.

delcasvar

Deletes a CAS variant.

dspcasvar

Displays information about CAS variants for a given variant name.

dsplnringback

Displays the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.


addccs

To add a common channel signaling (CCS) channel (D channel) to a VISM card, use the addccs command in the switched AAL2 PVC and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addccs line-num ds0-num lcn

Syntax Description

line-num

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

ds0-num

DS0 number of the channel to be added. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

lcn

Logical channel number of the CCS channel to be added in the range from 131 to 510.


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must select CCS signaling on the specified line with the cnflnsig command. When you execute this command, a value called ds0IfIndex is displayed, which is used to identify the CCS channel in subsequent CCS-related commands.

Examples

The following example shows that a CCS D channel is added to line 1, DS0 20, logical channel number 200:

addccs 1 20 200

Related Commands

Command
Description

delccs

Deletes the association between a CCS (DS0) channel and its corresponding virtual channel.

dspccs

Displays the properties of a previously added CCS channel.


addcid

To add an AAL2 channel identifier (CID) on a VISM card, use the addcid command in the AAL2 trunking operating mode.

addcid endpt-num lcn cid-num codec-type profile-type profile-num |vad-enable vad-init-timer ecan-enable type-3-red cas-trans dtmf-trans idle-code-sup pkt-period|

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be related to the LCN/CID pair being added. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

lcn

The logical channel number (LCN) of the LCN/CID pair in the range from 131 to 510.

cid-num

The channel identification number of the LCN/CID pair in the range from 8 to 255.

codec-type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723-H

12 = G.723a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L

profile-type

(Optional) The profile type to be used for the CID. It can be one of the following values:

1 = International Telecommunication Union (ITU) I.366.2

3 = Custom

Note If profile-type and profile-num argument values are both 1, you cannot turn VAD on.

profile-num

(Optional) Number of the profile. It can be one of the following values:

1 = ITU profile type

2 = ITU profile type

3 = ITU profile type

7 = ITU profile type

8 = ITU profile type

12 = ITU profile type

100 = custom profile types

101 = custom profile types

110 = custom profile types

200 = custom profile types

|vad-enable|

(Optional) Enables or disables voice activity detection (VAD). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off

Note If you type 1 for both the profile-type and profile-num argument values, VAD cannot be turned on.

|vad-init-timer|

(Optional) The VAD initial (holdover) timer in the range from 250 to 65535 ms. Default = 250.

|ecan-enable|

(Optional) Enables or disables echo cancellation (ECAN). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off

|type-3-red|

(Optional) Enables or disables triple redundancy protection for type 3 packets. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off

Note If you select 1 for this argument value, either the cas-trans or dtmf-trans argument value must be set to 1 (on).

|cas-trans|

(Optional) Enables or disables channel associated signaling (CAS) transport as AAL2 type3 packets. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

This parameter does not affect any inbound signaling.

|dtmf-trans|

(Optional) Enables or disables DTMF tone transport as AAL2 type 3 packets. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

Note The dtmf-trans argument value must be set to 1 (on) when the codec-type is configured for codecs other than G.711 and G.726.

|idle-code-sup|

(Optional) Enables or disables idle code suppression for the CID. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off

|pkt-period|

(Optional) Packetization period (defined in milliseconds). Applies only to G.729a compression. It can be the following value:

10

Note The pkt-period argument applies only to G.729a compression (codec-type argument value = 4). If you have selected any other compression value, ignore this argument.


Command Modes

AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command establishes a relationship between an endpoint and an LCN/CID pair. The endpoint is bound to a DS0 and the CID binds a DS0 to a logical channel—ensuring an endpoint-to-endpoint trunk. The following conditions must be met before you use this command:

A previously added endpoint must exist.

PVC must be of bearer type and provisioned using the addcon command.

The current DSP template must contain the desired codec type.

This command can be used on an endpoint that has no associated CAS variant. However, if a CAS variant is specified for the endpoint, it must be Q.50 variant (file q50.o)—the only CAS variant supported by this command.

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example creates a CID for endpoint 10, LCN 140, with a CID number of 10. The codec type is 2 (G.711a), profile type is 1 (ITU), profile number is 1 (ITU), VAD is 1 (on), VAD holdover is 300 milliseconds, type 3 redundancy is 1 (on), CAS transport is 1 (on), DTMF transport is 1 (on), idle code suppression is 1 (on) and the packet period is 10 milliseconds.

addcid 10 140 10 2 1 1 1 300 1 1 1 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

delcid

Deletes the association between an endpoint and an LCN/CID pair.

dspcid

Displays the argument values of an AAL2 CID on a VISM card.

dspcids

Displays all the AAL2 CIDs for a specified LCN on a VISM card.


addcon

To add a permanent virtual circuit (PVC) connection between a VISM card and any service module (SM) or PXM card, use the addcon command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addcon local-vci pref-level pvc-conn-type conn-app peak-cell-rate conn-type |remote-conn-id service-type sus-cell-rate max-burst-rate|

Syntax Description

local-vci

Local virtual channel identifier (VCI) to be used for the connection in the range from 131 to 510. The value you enter for this argument is also used as the LCN.

pref-level

Preference level of the local VCI. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Primary

2 = Secondary

pvc-conn-type

AAL type of connection. It can be one of the following values:

1 = AAL5

2 = AAL2

3 = AAL1

conn-app

The connection's application. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Control

2 = Bearer

3 = Signaling

Note If the connection is used for bearer and signaling, specify 2 for bearer.

peak-cell-rate

Peak cell rate (described in cells per second). It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 80000 for VoIP bearer

1 to 20000 for VoIP control

1 to 50000 for AAL2 T1

1 to 60000 for AAL2 E1

1 to 400 for AAL2 signaling (trunking)

1 to 90000 for AAL5 bearer

1 to 10000 for AAL5 control

Note The peak-cell-rate argument value must be 15 or greater if the service-type argument value is a variable bit rate selection.

conn-type

Connection type. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Master

2 = Slave (Default)

remote-conn-id

(Optional) Remote connection identifier. Specify this argument with the following format: nodename.slot.port.vpi.vci

Note This argument is used only when the conn-type argument is set to 1 (master).

service-type

(Optional) Service type. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Constant bit rate (CBR)

2 = Variable bit rate real time, VBR (RT)

3 = Variable bit rate non-real time, VBR (NRT)

4 = VBR (RT) 3

5 = VBR (RT) 2

6 = VBR (NRT) 2

7 = VBR (NRT) 3

Note Use value 7 for VISM-PR to RPM-PR connections.

sus-cell-rate

(Optional) Sustainable cell rate (defined in cells per second). It can be in the range from 15 to the value you configured for the peak-cell-rate argument value.

Note This argument value is required if the service-type argument value is in the range from 2 to 7.

max-burst-rate

(Optional) Maximum burst size—maximum number of cells transmitted at the peak cell rate. It can be in the range from 1 cell to 10 times the value you configured for the sus-cell-rate argument value.

Note This argument value is required if the service-type argument value is in the range from 2 to 7.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must execute the addport and addrscprtn commands before you use this command.

If you are using this command with the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode and dual PVCs, you must add the primary channel before the secondary channel.

If you are using this command with the AAL2 trunking operating mode, the pvc-conn-type argument value must be 1 (AAL5) for signaling and 2 (AAL2) for a bearer channel.

This command requires you to configure the PVC connections in the following ways for the different operating modes:

VoIP switching/trunking operating mode addcon command configuration requirements:

One AAL5 PVC connection with an optional secondary AAL5 PVC connection.

AAL2 trunking operating mode addcon command configuration requirements:

One AAL2 connection and up to 63 additional optional AAL2 connections to each remote location.

Up to eight AAL5 connections for CCS signaling across the trunk, if your application requires CCS.

Switched AAL2 PVC operating mode addcon command configuration requirements:

One AAL2 connection.

One AAL5 connection for communication with the call agent and external DNS.

Examples

The following example adds a master connection as the primary channel using AAL2 for bearer traffic. The local VCI is 160 and the remote end is named node1 in slot 4, port 2 with a VPI/VCI of 223/223. The service type is CBR, the sustainable call rate is 500 cps, and the maximum burst rate is 6000 cells.

addcon 160 1 2 2 1000 1 node1.4.2.223.223 1 500 6000

After you execute this command, a typical local connection ID appears as node 1.5.1.0.160, where 160 is the added LCN.

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcalea

Enables or disables the CALEA feature on the current VISM card.

cnfcon

Configures a connection between a VISM card and an MGX 8000 Series platform PXM card.

cnfconprotect

Configures protection on a connection (PVC).

delcon

Deletes a connection (PVC) between a VISM card and a Cisco MGX 8000 Series platform PXM card.

dspcalea

Displays the CALEA feature configuration status of the current VISM card.

dspcon

Displays the parameters for a specified channel.

dspcons

Displays channel information for all configured connections on a VISM card.

dspvismparam

Displays the current VISM card configuration.


addconloop

To set a cellbus connection to local loopback state on a current card, use the addconloop command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addconloop lcn

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the CCS channel to be added in the range from 131 to 510.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example places the channel number 132 in loopback state:

addconloop 132

Related Commands

Command
Description

delconloop

Deletes a local loopback state on a VISM line.


adddn

To add a domain name (call agent name, TFTP server name, domain name server (DNS) name, or announcement server name) and optionally configure the resolution type of the domain name, use the adddn command in the VoIP switching/trunking, and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

adddn domain-num domain-name |resol-type|

Syntax Description

domain-num

Domain number used to identify the domain in the range from 1 to 11.

domain-name

Call agent name. A text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.

resol-type

(Optional) Resolution type to configure for the specified domain name. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Internal only. You must statistically provision all IP addresses on the VISM card for the domain name. The VISM card does not resolve the domain name using an external domain name server (DNS).

2 = External only. The VISM card attempts to resolve the domain name using an external DNS. Statistically configured IP addresses for this domain name are not used.

3 = Internal first. The VISM card attempts to resolve the domain name using an external DNS. The VISM card uses the statistically provisioned IP addresses for this domain name before using IP addresses from external resolution.

4 = External first. The VISM card attempts to resolve the domain name using an external DNS. The VISM card uses IP addresses from external resolution before using the statistically provisioned IP addresses.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that a call agent domain name, main, with a domain number of 3 is assigned the internal first resolution type (3):

adddn 3 main 3

Related Commands

Command
Description

adddnip

Adds the IP addresses for a domain name that you added by using the adddn command.

cnfdn

Configures the resolution type of a specified domain name.

cnfdnssrvr

Designates a domain name as a DNS.

deldn

Deletes a domain name.

deldnip

Deletes a statistically provisioned IP address of a domain name.

dspdn

Displays the argument values of a call agent's domain number.

dspdnallips

Displays all statistically provisioned IP addresses and externally resolved IP addresses for all domain names configured on the current VISM card.

dspdnips

Displays all statistically provisioned and externally resolved IP addresses configured for a specified domain name.

dspdns

Displays the configuration data of all domain names of a call agent.

dspdnssrvr

Displays the domain name of the configured DNS of the current VISM card.


adddnip

To add the IP addresses for a domain name that you added by using the adddn command, use the adddnip command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

adddnip resol-num domain-name ip-addr addr-order

Syntax Description

resol-num

Resolution number of the domain name. It can be in the range from 1 to 88.

domain-name

Call agent name. A text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.

ip-addr

IP address which corresponds to the domain-name argument value. It must be in the following format: nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn.

addr-order

IP address resolution preference order in the range from 1 (highest) to 8.

Note The preference order must be unique for all IP addresses in the call agent name you specify with the domain-name argument.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that resolution number 22 is configured for domain name callagent35, with IP address 209.165.200.224, and an address resolution preference order of 7 (low):

adddnip 22 callagent35 209.165.200.224 7

Related Commands

Command
Description

adddn

Adds a domain name (call agent name) and optionally configures the resolution type of the domain name.

cnfdn

Configures the resolution type of a specified domain name.

cnfdnssrvr

Designates a domain name as a DNS.

deldn

Deletes a domain name.

deldnip

Deletes a statistically provisioned IP address of a domain name.

dspdnallips

Displays all statistically provisioned IP addresses and externally resolved IP addresses for all domain names configured on the current VISM card.

dspdnips

Displays all statistically provisioned and externally resolved IP addresses configured for a specified domain name.

dspdns

Displays the configuration data of all domain names of a call agent.

dspdnssrvr

Displays the domain name of the configured DNS of the current VISM card.


addendpt

To add an endpoint on a VISM card line, use the addendpt command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addendpt endpt-num ds1-num ds0-num

Syntax Description

endpt-num

Endpoint number. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

ds1-num

Physical line number in the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 configured for the endpt-num value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For T1 lines, from 1 to 24

For non-CAS E1 lines, from 1 to 31

For CAS E1 lines, from 1 to 15 and 17 to 31


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

The endpoint on VISM is a logical port that consists of one DS0. The argument values entered in this command create an endpoint ID (endpt-num) which is required by the call agent for sending the xGCP Create Connection command (CRCX) to a VISM card. You can only configure bearer DS0s as endpoints to a previously added line.


Note The endpoint number is not equal to the DS0 number of the associated time slot. For example, endpoint 1 could be associated with DS011.


If your application requires the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode, you must add the IP address for VISM with the cnfvismip command before endpoints can be added.

This command sends an RSIP message to each associated call agent indicating that the endpoint is in service.

Examples

The following example adds an endpoint with the number 120, on line 5, DS0 number 5:

addendpt 120 5 5

Related Commands

Command
Description

addendpts

Adds multiple sequential endpoints to a VISM card.

delendpt

Deletes a specified endpoint on a VISM card.

dspendpt

Displays information about a specified endpoint on a VISM card.

dspendpts

Displays information about all the endpoints on a VISM card.


addendptloop

To place an endpoint in a loopback condition in the TDM direction, use the addendptloop command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addendptloop endpt-num

Syntax Description

endpt-num

Endpoint number. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example adds an endpoint loopback to endpoint 120:

addendptloop 120

Related Commands

Command
Description

delendptloop

Takes an endpoint out of a loopback condition.


addendpts

To add multiple consecutive number of endpoints with a single command, use the addendpts command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

addendpts start-endpt start-line-num start-ds0-num endpt-quantity

Syntax Description

start-endpt

First endpoint number of a range of consecutive endpoints. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

start-line-num

Line number to which the endpoints are added. In the range from 1 to 8.

start-ds0-num

DS0 number to which the endpoints are added. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for non-CAS E1 lines

1 to 15 and 17 to 31 for CAS E1 lines

endpt-quantity

The quantity of endpoints added. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines


Note If you are running a VoIP application, you must use the cnfvismip command before you can add endpoints.


This command adds a specified number of consecutive 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 DS0s. The command does not wrap around DS0 and endpoint numbers.


Note The endpoint number is not equal to the DS0 number of the associated time slot. For example, endpoint 1 could be associated with DS011.


Ensure that there are enough lines and DS0s before you add endpoints with this command. If you attempt to add more endpoints than are available, only the available endpoints are added. For example, if T1 line 1 is the only line enabled and you attempt to add 25 endpoints, only 24 endpoints are added. Your terminal display shows the actual number of endpoints added.

This command sends an RSIP message to each associated call agent indicating that the endpoints are in service.

Examples

The following example shows that 12 consecutive endpoints are added to line 1, starting at endpoint number 6, DS0 number 12:

addendpts 6 1 12 12

Related Commands

Command
Description

delendpts

Deletes a consecutive number of endpoints on the VISM card.

dspendpts

Displays information about all endpoints on a VISM card.


addlapd

To add a Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD) from a specified DS0 to a VISM card, use the addlapd command in VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

addlapd line-num ds0-num |lapd-side lapd-app-type|

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the channel to which you want to add an ISDN D channel. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number of the channel to which you want to add an ISDN D channel. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

lapd-side

(Optional) The side of the LAPD link. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Network (Default)

2 = User

lapd-app-type

(Optional) Application type of the LAPD ISDN D channel. It can be one of the following values:

1 = PRI (Default)

2 = GR-303 (currently unsupported)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must complete the following before using this command:

Specify the line as CCS.

Ensure that the DS0 is available.

Create a session group and session to a call agent.

Use this command when the specified channel is backhauled to the call agent.

Examples

The following example shows that an ISDN PRI D channel is added to line 2 and DS0 7 on the network side:

addlapd 2 7 1 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

dellapd

Deletes an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays information about an LAPD.

dsplapds

Displays information about all LAPD.


addlapdtrunk

To add a Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD) trunk to a specific VISM card line, use the addlapdtrunk command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

addlapdtrunk line-num lapd-rudp-num

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the T1 or E1 line in the range from 1 to 8.

lapd-rudp-num

LAPD RUDP number in the range from 1 to 64.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the LAPD RUDP number 1 is added to VISM card line number 2:

addlapdtrunk 2 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflapdtrunkpvc

Assigns the PVC trunk type that carries LAPD messages for the current VISM card.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


addln

To add a T1 or E1 line to a VISM card, use the addln command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addln line-num

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the T1 or E1 line to be added in the range from 1 to 8.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line number 1 is added to a VISM card:

addln 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfln

Configures line characteristics for a specified line.

delln

Deletes a DS1 line on a VISM card.

dspln

Displays the characteristics of a specified line.


addlnloop

To set a specified line of the current card to the local loopback state, use the addlnloop command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

addlnloop line-num

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the T1 or E1 line to be added in the range from 1 to 8.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.


Note The VISM CLI has no specific command for setting a line to a remote loopback state. To set a line to remote loopback state, use the cnfbert command on the PXM card. Refer to MGX 8000 Series platform command line interface guides for more information.


Examples

The following example adds a local line loopback state to line 1:

addlnloop 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

dellnloop

Deletes a T1 or E1 local line loopback state for the VISM card.


addmgcgrpentry

To configure a call agent as part of a media gateway controller (MGC) redundancy group and assign a priority value for the call agent, use the addmgcgrpentry command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

addmgcgrpentry mgc-group mgc-num mgc-preference

Syntax Description

mgc-group

Call agent redundancy group number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

mgc-num

Call agent identification number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

mgc-preference

Call agent preference value—The preference of the MGC within the group. It can be in the range from 1 (highest) to 8. (Default = 1)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

You must add a call agent to a call agent redundancy group regardless of the absence of additional call agents in the redundancy group.

Use the dspmgcgrpparams command to verify call agent redundancy group configuration data.

Examples

The following example shows that call agent redundancy group number 1 is configured with the call agent number 5, and assigned a priority level of 3:

addmgcgrpentry 1 5 3

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfmgcgrpentry

Modifies the call agent priority level of a call agent within a call agent redundancy group.

cnfmgcgrpparam

Modifies a call agent redundancy group state change notification policy and priority level.

cnfsrcppeer

Configures the SRCP parameters when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and call agent.

cnfsrcppeergrpparam

Modifies the SRCP heartbeat interval and maximum UDP size for a specified call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpentry

Deletes a call agent from a call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspmgcgrpparams

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group parameters.

dspmgcgrpprotocols

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group protocols.

dspmgcgrps

Displays all configured call agent redundancy groups.

dspsrcppeergrpparams

Displays the SRCP parameters for all call agent redundancy groups that have SRCP added.


addmgcgrpprotocol

To associate a call agent redundancy group with a gateway control protocol (xGCP) and configure call agent group protocol control data, use the addmgcgrpprotocol command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

addmgcgrpprotocol red-mgc-group protocol-num quar-persist default-quar del-negated prov-resp resp-ack disc-proc-enable cancel-grace

Syntax Description

red-mgc-group

Call agent redundancy group number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

protocol-num

Protocol number. It can be one of the following values:

1 = MGCP 0.1

2 = SGCP 1.1+

3 = SRCP 1.0.2

4 = SGCP 1.5

5 = MGCP 1.0

quar-persist

(Optional) Sets the quarantine handling method for persistent events. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Quarantine persistent events (Default)

2 = Do not quarantine persistent events

default-quar

(Optional) Sets the default quarantine handling method for each protocol. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Step, process (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Step, discard (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

3 = Loop, process

4 = Loop, discard

Note Step = one notification command is generated per notification request. Loop = multiple notification commands are generated per notification request.

del-negated

(Optional)

1 = Delete events from the previous list which are not present in the current list.

2 = Delete events from the previous list, only if the event is present in the current list with a hyphen (-) as the parameter.

prov-resp

(Optional) Enables or disables the sending of a provisional response. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

resp-ack

(Optional) Enables or disables sending a response acknowledgment. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

disc-proc-enable

(Optional) Enables or disables the disconnect method, which indicates that the endpoint has become disconnected and is now trying to establish connectivity. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

cancel-grace

(Optional) Enables or disables VISM cancelling a previously issued graceful restart in progress command. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

This command allows you to add multiple protocols to the same redundancy group.

Examples

The following example shows that call agent redundancy group number 3 is assigned gateway control protocol number 2, SGCP 1.1+:

addmgcgrpprotocol 3 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpentry

Configures call agents as part of an MGC redundancy group and assigns a priority value for a call agent.

cnfdisctimers

Specifies the wait delay times for the disconnected procedure, restart in progress command—initial, minimum, and maximum timer values.

cnfmgcgrpentry

Modifies the call agent priority level of a call agent within a call agent redundancy group.

cnfmgcgrpparam

Modifies a call agent redundancy group state change notification policy and priority level.

cnfmgcgrpprotocol

Configures call agent group protocol data.

cnfsrcppeer

Configures the SRCP parameters when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and call agent.

cnfsrcppeergrpparam

Modifies the SRCP heartbeat interval and maximum UDP size for a specified call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpentry

Deletes a call agent from a call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspdisctimers

Displays the Restart in Progress command disconnect type method wait delay times.

dspmgcgrpparams

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group parameters.

dspmgcgrpprotocols

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group protocols.

dspmgcprps

Displays all configured call agent redundancy groups.

dspsrcppeergrpparams

Displays the SRCP parameters for all call agent redundancy groups that have SRCP added.


addport

To add a virtual port between the VISM and PXM cards, use the addport command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, AAL1 SVC, AAL2 SVC, and AAL1/VoIP (for TDM grooming) operating modes.

addport

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, AAL1 SVC, AAL2 SVC, and AAL1/VoIP (for TDM grooming)

Usage Guidelines

This command automatically associates the VISM card and the virtual port with the MGX 8000 Series platform.


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


The port number is set to one of the following when you use this command:

1—for PXM1 cards

255—for PXM1E cards

Examples

The following example shows that a virtual port has been added between the VISM and PXM cards:

addport

Related Commands

Command
Description

delport

Deletes a VISM port on the packet network side.


addrscprtn

To add a resource partition for a virtual port, use the addrscprtn command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, AAL1 SVC, AAL2 SVC, and AAL1/VoIP (for TDM grooming) operating modes.

addrscprtn control-id

Syntax Description

control-id

The controller identification number to which the resource partition is added. It can be one of the following:

1—for a PXM1 card

2—for a PXM1E or PXM45 card

In the range from 3 to 255


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, AAL1 SVC, AAL2 SVC, and AAL1/VoIP (for TDM grooming)

Usage Guidelines

You must configure a virtual port with the addport command before you use this command.


Note If the VISM card is reset after executing an addport command but before using this command, an error message is displayed. The error has no effect on the system and can be ignored.


If you are using a PXM1 card, this command adds an entry with resource partition number 1. If you are using a PXM1E card, this command adds the entries with resource partition numbers 225 and 2, respectively.

Examples

The following example shows that a resource partition is added to controller number 2:

addrscprtn 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

delrscprtn

Deletes a resource partition.

dsprscprtn

Displays information about a resource partition.


addrtpcon

To add a static Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) VoIP trunking connection, use the addrtpcon command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

addrtpcon conn-num endpt-num local-rtp-port remote-rtp-port remote-ip-addr codec-type |vt-pkt-period bearer-prec bearer-tos conn-mode ecan-enable vad-enable vad-timer cas-trans dtmf-trans idle-code-sup|

Syntax Description

conn-num

Connection identification number. It can be in the range from 1 to 248.

endpt-num

Endpoint number. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

local-rtp-port

Static RTP local port number. It can be an even number in the range from 49648 to 50142.

Note The odd numbers within the local-rtp-port range are reserved for Real-Time Conferencing Protocol (RTCP) ports.

remote-rtp-port

Static RTP remote port number. It can be an even number in the range from 16384 to 50142.

Note The odd numbers within the remote-rtp-port range are reserved for RTCP ports.

remote-ip-addr

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

codec-type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L

vt-pkt-period

(Optional) Packetization period (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

10

20

30

40

60

bearer-prec

(Optional) Bearer precedence. It can be in the range from 0 to 7. (Default = 5)

bearer-tos

(Optional) Bearer type of service (ToS). It can be one of the following values:

0 (Default)

1

2

4

8

conn-mode

(Optional) Connection mode. It can be one of the following values:

1 = VISM sends packets

2 = VISM receives packets

3 = VISM sends and receives packets (Default)

4 = Inactive; VISM does not send or receive packets

ecan-enable

(Optional) Enables or disables echo cancellation (ECAN). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

vad-enable

(Optional) Enables or disables voice activity detection (VAD). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off (Default)

vad-timer

(Optional) The VAD holdover timer (defined in milliseconds) in the range from 250 to 65535.

cas-trans

(Optional) Enables or disables CAS signaling transport. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

dtmf-trans

(Optional) Enables or disables DTMF tone transport. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

Note The dtmf-trans argument value must be set to 1 (on) when the codec-type is configured for codecs other than G.711 and G.726.

idle-code-sup

(Optional) Enables or disables idle code suppression for the channel identifier (CID). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off (Default)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that the RTP trunking connection 26 is added and configured with endpoint number 200, static RTP local port number 50000, static RTP remote port number 49648, remote IP address 209.165.200.224, G.726/32 codec type, 20-ms packetization period, bearer precedence of 3, bearer ToS of 1, VISM sends and receives packets, ECAN and VAD enabled, 400-ms VAD holdover time, CAS transportation enabled, DTMF tone transportation, idle code suppression for CID enabled:

addrtpcon 26 200 50000 49648 209.165.200.224 3 20 3 1 3 1 1 400 1 1 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflapdtrunkpvc

Assigns the PVC trunk type that carries LAPD messages for the current VISM card.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpconnstat

Displays the RTP connection statistics for a specified endpoint.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


addrudptrunk

To add an ISDN PRI backhaul Reliable User Datagram Protocol (RUDP) session for a Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD) trunk connection, use the addrudptrunk command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

addrudptrunk session-num lport-num rport-num remote-ip-addr

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

lport-num

Local port number. It can be in the range from 1124 to 49151.

rport-num

Remote port number. It can be in the range from 1124 to 49151.

remote-ip-addr

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


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session number 40 is added to the LAPD trunk connection with local port 1024, remote port 2006, and remote IP address 209.165.200.244:

addrudptrunk 40 1024 2006 209.165.200.244

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflapdtrunkpvc

Assigns the PVC trunk type that carries LAPD messages for the current VISM card.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


addses

To add a PRI backhaul session between a VISM card and a call agent, use the addses command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

addses session-num group-num priority local-port-num remote-port-num

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

Note Up to 64 sessions can be created in a session group.

group-num

Identifying session group number to which the session is added in the range from 1 to 16.

Note Currently, only group 1 is supported.

priority

Priority level; determines which session becomes active if a session fails within the same group. It can be in the range from 1 (highest) to 4 (lowest).

local-port-num

Local port number. The VISM port number used for the session. It can be in the range from 1124 to 65535.

remote-port-num

Remote port number. The call agent port number used for the session. It can be in the range from 1124 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

You must add a session group for the session before you use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that PRI backhaul session number 4 is added to session group 2 between the VISM card and the callagent1 call agent:

addses 4 2 2 1124 1124

Related Commands

Command
Description

delses

Deletes a PRI backhaul session.

dspses

Displays information about a PRI backhaul session.

dspsess

Displays information about all PRI backhaul sessions.


addsesgrp

To add a PRI backhaul session group between a VISM card and a call agent, use the addsesgrp command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

addsesgrp group-num set-num mgc-name

Syntax Description

group-num

Identifying session group number in the range from 1 to 16.

set-num

In the range from 1 to 8.

Note Currently, only session set number 1 is supported.

mgc-name

Domain name of the call agent, a text string from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Specify the following:

The set number to which the group belongs.

The call agent the group's sessions are to be associated.

Examples

The following example shows that the PRI backhaul session group 2 is added between the VISM card and the Jack call agent to session set number 1:

addsesgrp 2 1 Jack

Related Commands

Command
Description

delsesgrp

Deletes a PRI backhaul session group.


addsesset

To add a PRI backhaul session set between a VISM card and a call agent, use the addsesset command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

addsesset set-num fault-tol-enable

Syntax Description

set-num

In the range from 1 to 16.

Note Currently, only session set number 1 is supported.

fault-tol-enable

Enable or disables fault tolerance. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Yes

2 = No


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

The set-num argument value must be set to 1.

Examples

The following example shows that the PRI backhaul session set number 1 is added between a VISM card and a call agent:

addsesset 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

delsesset

Deletes a PRI backhaul session set.


addtoneplan

To add a provisional tone plan to the current VISM card, use the addtoneplan command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

addtoneplan tonep-region tonep-version tonep-file

Syntax Description

tonep-region

Tone plan country or region which you want to add to VISM. It can be in the range from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters and can contain underscores ( _ ). This value is case sensitive.

tonep-version

Tone plan version number of the tone plan country or region you are adding to VISM. It can be in the range from 1 to 65535.

tonep-file

Tone plan file name (names are located in the TFTP server /TFTPBOOT directory). It can be in the range from 1 to 32 alphanumeric characters and can contain underscores ( _ ), dashes ( - ), and dots ( . ).


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

You must complete the following steps before using this command:


Step 1 Place the new tone plan in the TFTP server /TFTPBOOT directory.

Step 2 Use the adddn command to add the TFTP server domain name to the VISM card.

Step 3 Use the adddnip command to add the IP address of the TFTP server domain name.

Step 4 Use the cnftftpdn command to configure the parameters of the TFTP server domain name.

The addition and configuration of the TFTP domain name is complete. You can now use the addtoneplan command.



Note Provisional tone plans are those that you create. Built-in, or preconfigured, tone plans cannot be added with this command. Built-in tone plans are added to the system automatically upon boot up.


You can add a maximum of 32 provisional tone plans to the system. You must create provisional tone plan files with the following format:

System Section
version 1
description "Tone Plan defined for xxxx"
Tone Section
dial_tone 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
busy_tone 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0
stutter_tone 1, 2, 3
dtmf_digit 1, 2

There is no restriction on the file name or extension of your tone plan definition file, but it must not exceed the maximum input size of the CLI command. Both the "System Section" and the "Tone Section" terms are mandatory keywords when creating tone plans. Use the "System Section" to define tone plans. Use the "Tone Section" to define call progress tones. Specify each tone on a separate line and use white spaces as delimiters. The syntax of the tone plan definition file defines call progress tones and must be specified in the following order and on the same line (see Table 5-1 for syntax value options):

tone-name num-of-freq-comp comp-1-freq comp-1-amp |comp-2-freq comp-2-amp| cadence-1-on cadence-1-off |cadence-2-on cadence-2-off cadence-3-on cadence-3-off cadence-4-on cadence-4-off|

Table 5-1 Tone Plan Definition File Syntax 

Syntax Item
Description

tone-name

Identifies the tone. It can be one of the following values:

dial_tone

stutter_tone

busy_tone

fast_busy_tone

ring_back_tone

alert_tone

num-of-freq-comp

Number of frequency components. It can be one of the following values:

1

2

Note You must specify the frequency and amplitude of all frequency components using the following four arguments.

comp-1-freq

Frequency of component 1, specified in Hz.

comp-1-amp1

Amplitude of component 1, specified according to the following formula:

46348 * 10 to the power of dbm0/20

It can be in the range from 1 to 65535.

comp-2-freq

(Optional) Frequency of component 2, specified in Hz.

comp-2-amp1

(Optional) Amplitude of component 2, specified according to the following formula:

46348 * 10 to the power of dbm0/20

It can be in the range from 1 to 65535.

cadence-1-on

The first on time that the tone plays, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-1-off

The first off time that the tone does not play, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-2-on

(Optional) The second on time that the tone plays, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-2-off

(Optional) The second off time that the tone does not play, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-3-on

(Optional) The third on time that the tone plays, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-3-off

(Optional) The third off time that the tone does not play, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-4-on

(Optional) The fourth on time that the tone plays, defined in milliseconds.

cadence-4-off

(Optional) The fourth off time that the tone does not play, defined in milliseconds.

1 To specify amplitudes of DTMF and MFR1 tones, you must use the following syntax: dtmf_digit amp-low amp-high or mf_r1_digit amp-low amp-high. The amp-low value = low group frequency. The amp-high value = high group frequency.



Note If you do not specify the amplitudes of DTMF or MFR1 tones, the default value of 16384 (-9 dBm) is applied.


The appropriate tone plan file, with associated region and version, is downloaded, parsed, and stored in memory when you use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the tone plan file name singp_3, with region singapore and version number 11, is added to the current VISM card:

addtoneplan singapore 11 singp_3 

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflnringback

Configures the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

cnflntoneplan

Assigns a tone plan to a specified VISM card line.

cnflntonetimeout

Modifies the timeout periods of all call progress tones supported by VISM on a specified VISM card line.

dellntoneplan

Deletes the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

deltoneplan

Deletes a previously added tone plan from the current VISM card.

dsplnringback

Displays the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

dsplntoneplan

Displays the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

dsplntonetimeout

Displays the configured timeout periods for all call progress tones of a specified VISM card line.

dsptonebuiltinplans

Displays all preconfigured (built-in) tone plans on the current VISM card.

dsptoneplan

Displays the tone configuration of a specified tone plan—either a preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plan.

dsptoneplans

Displays the tone configuration of all tone plans—either preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plans.

dsptoneprovplans

Displays all user-added (provisional) tone plans.

dsptoneregionplans

Displays a list of all tone plans for the countries and regions whose name partially or completely matches the name you supply.


addxgcppersistevt

To add persistent xGCP (various gateway control protocol) events, use the addxgcppersistevt command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

addxgcppersistevt event-num pkg-event

Syntax Description

event-num

The persistent event index package event number in the range from 1 to 64.

pkg-event

The xGCP package and event string listed as persistent. It can be one of the following:

r/co3 = VISM initiated AAL2 type 3 packet (CO3) network continuity test

r/co4 = Network continuity test detect

g/ft = Fax tone

g/mt = Modem tone

g/vbd = Voiceband data

g/vbdt = Voiceband data termination

l/hu, bl/hu = On hook

l/hd, blhd = Off hook

ms/ans, dt/ans, md/ans, mo/ans = Answer

ms/sup, dt/sup, md/sup = Setup

ms/rel, dt/rel, md/rel, mo/rel = Release

ms/rtc, dt/rlc, md/rlc, mo/rlc = Release complete

ms/res, dt/res, md/res = Resume

ms/sus, dt/sus, md/sus = Suspend

md/awk = Acknowledgment wink

mo/rbz = Reverse make busy


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

This command notifies the call agent of the specified event without the need for a xGCP notification request. There are no persistent xGCP events by default. Only valid xGCP strings (described in the pkg-event syntax description list) can be configured with this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the persistent event index number 1 is added for the voiceband data package:

addxgcppersistevt 1 g/vbd

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcasflashtime

Configures the minimum and maximum CAS on-hook time periods for incoming flash hooks on a specified endpoint.

cnfcasglareattrib

Configures the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

cnfcaspackage

Configures MGCP packages to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

cnflndigitorder

Assigns the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.

delxgcppersistevt

Deletes a persistent xGCP event.

dspcasglareattrib

Displays the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

dspcaspackage

Displays the MGCP packages configured to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

dspcastimers

Displays the currently configured CAS timers for a specified endpoint.

dsplndigitorder

Displays the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.


cc

To navigate from the current (logged on) card to another card in the MGX 8000 Series platform, use the cc command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cc slot-num

Syntax Description

slot-num

The slot number in the MGX 8000 Series platform that contains the card you want to access and configure. It can be in the range from 1 to 32.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

When you execute this command, the card residing in the slot identified by the slot-num value becomes active and is identified in the command line prompt. If there is no card in the slot identified by the slot-num value, an error message is displayed on your terminal.

Examples

The following example shows that the card in slot 22 was active, and now the card in slot 11 is active:

node1.1.22.VISM.a > cc 11

node1.1.11.VISM.a >

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

chkflash

To verify the integrity of a VISM card's flash memory, use the chkflash command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

chkflash

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example verifies the current VISM card's flash memory:

chkflash

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

clralm

To clear alarms on a specific VISM card line, use the clralm command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clralm -ds1 line-num

Syntax Description

-ds1

The mandatory line-num argument identifier.

line-num

Line number in which to clear alarms. In the range from 1 to 8.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command clears alarms caused by the collection of statistical data. Alarms caused by network failure cannot be cleared by using this command. For example, an alarm caused by a collection of bipolar errors can be cleared, but an alarm caused by a line failure cannot. Alarms that occur after you execute this command are not affected.

Examples

The following example shows that any alarms caused by statistical data are cleared from line 1:

clralm -ds1 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

clralms

Clears alarms on a VISM card.

dspalm

Displays the alarms associated with a specified line.

dspalms

Displays all alarms for the selected line type (T1 or E1) on a card.


clralmcnt

To clear the alarm counters and statistics on a specified VISM line, use the clralmcnt command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clralmcnt -ds1 line-num

Syntax Description

-ds1

The mandatory line-num argument identifier.

line-num

Line number for which to clear alarm counters and statistics. In the range from 1 to 8.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

All counters are reset to 0 when you use this command.

Examples

The following example clears alarm counters and statistics from line 1:

clralmcnt -ds1 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

clralmcnts

Clears all alarm counters and statistics on a VISM card.

dspalmcnt

Displays the alarm counters and statistics on a line.


clralmcnts

To clear all the alarm counters and statistics on a VISM card, use the clralmcnts command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clralmcnts

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

All counters are reset to 0 after you execute this command. The terminal display does not indicate a response to this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the alarm counters and statistics are removed for the current VISM card:

clralmcnts

Related Commands

Command
Description

clralmcnt

Clears the alarm counters and statistics on a VISM line.

dspalmcnt

Displays the alarm counters and statistics for the current VISM card.


clralms

To clear alarms on a VISM card, use the clralms command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clralms

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

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 line failure cannot. Alarms occurring after this command executes are not affected.

Examples

The following example shows that the alarms are cleared on the current VISM card:

clralms

Related Commands

Command
Description

clralm

Clears alarms on a specific line of a VISM card.

dspalm

Displays the alarms associated with a specified line.

dspalms

Displays all alarms for the selected line type on a VISM card.


clrcacfailcntrs

To reset all connection admission control (CAC) failure statistics to 0, use the clrcacfailcntrs command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrcacfailcntrs

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command is used for debugging purposes to reset counters and isolate any VISM CAC-related failures. Counter values more than zero indicate that the gateway is low on resources.

Examples

The following example shows that the CAC failure statistics are reset to 0:

clrcacfailcntrs

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcacfailcntrs

Displays all CAC failure statistics that are reset to 0.


clrmngcidcnt

To clear AAL2 channel identifier (CID) counters, use the clrmngcidcnt command in the switched AAL2 PVC and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrmngcidcnt endpt-num

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number for which the AAL2 counters are cleared. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Indicate the endpoint number you want to clear AAL2 counters for with the endpt-num argument value.

Examples

The following example shows that the AAL2 counters for endpoint number 140 are cleared:

clrmngcidcnt 140

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcid

Displays a VISM card's AAL2 channel identifier.

dspcids

Displays a VISM card's AAL2 channel identifiers for a specified LCN.


clrrtpcnt

To clear the Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection, as shown by the dsprtpcnt command, use the clrrtpcnt command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

clrrtpcnt conn-num

Syntax Description

conn-num

Connection identification number. It can be in the range from 1 to 248.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the RTP counters for static RTP connection number 49 are cleared:

clrrtpcnt 49

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

cnflapdtrunkpvc

Assigns the PVC trunk type that carries LAPD messages for the current VISM card.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpconnstat

Displays the RTP connection statistics for a specified endpoint.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


clrsarcnt

To clear the segmentation and reassembly (SAR) counters on a channel, use the clrsarcnt command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrsarcnt lcn

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number for which the SAR counters are to be cleared, in the range from 131 to 510.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Indicate the channel number you want to clear SAR counters for with an lcn argument value.

Examples

The following example shows that the SAR counters are cleared on channel 140:

clrsarcnt 140

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspsarcnt

Display the values of the SAR counters for a specified channel.


clrsarcnts

To clear all segmentation and reassembly (SAR) counters on a VISM card, use the clrsarcnts command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrsarcnts

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when you use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that all SAR counters on the current VISM card are cleared:

clrsarcnts

Related Commands

Command
Description

clrsarcnt

Clears the SAR counters on a specified channel.

dspsarcnt

Displays the SAR counter values for a specified channel.

dspsarcnts

Displays the SAR counter values for a VISM card.


clrsarmsgcnt

To clear the control message counters from a VISM card, use the clrsarmsgcnt command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrsarmsgcnt

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when you use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the SAR control message counters are cleared from the current VISM card:

clrsarmsgcnt

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspsarmsgcnt

Displays the SAR control message counter values for a VISM card.


clrscrn

To clear the control terminal screen, use the clrscrn command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrscrn

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

After you execute this command, only the current command line prompt appears on the screen.

Examples

The following example shows that your control terminal screen is cleared, other than the current command line prompt:

clrscrn

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

clrslipcnt

To clear current clock slip counters for a specified VISM card line, use the clrslipcnt command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC trunking operating modes.

clrslipcnt line-num

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the DS1 line for which you want to clear current clock slip counters. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the current clock slip counters for line 3 of the current VISM card are cleared:

clrslipcnt 3

Line 3 Slip Counters:   Tx Slip   Rx Slip
Uncontrolled Slip:      0         0
Frame Slip:             0         2

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspslipcnt

Displays the current clock slip counters for a specified VISM card line.


clrtaskinfo

To reset the values displayed by the dsptaskinfo command, use the clrtaskinfo command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

clrtaskinfo

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

When you execute this command, the values are reset to 0 and the collection of the task information statistics begins again.

Examples

The following example shows that values displayed by the dsptaskinfo command are reset:

clrtaskinfo

Related Commands

Command
Description

dsptaskinfo

Displays information about currently operating tasks.


cnfaal2subcellmuxing

To enable or disable AAL2 subcell multiplexing, use the cnfaal2subcellmuxing command in the AAL2 trunking operating mode.

cnfaal2subcellmuxing mux-enable

Syntax Description

mux-enable

Enables or disables AAL2 subcell multiplexing. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

When you enable multiplexing, multiple CPS packets are multiplexed onto a single AAL2 connection without partial fill (unless there is a timeout). When you disable multiplexing, each CPS packet fills one or two cells (with padding).


Note The field length for each CPS packet can be up to 64 bytes.


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

Examples

The following example shows that subcell multiplexing is disabled:

cnfaal2subcellmuxing 2

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfaal2timerparams

To configure the holdover time for VAD in milliseconds before activating silence suppression on an AAL2 PVC, use the cnfaal2timerparams command in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfaal2timerparams vad-init-timer cid-fill-time

Syntax Description

vad-init-timer

The VAD holdover timer (defined in milliseconds) in the range from 250 to 65535.

cid-fill-timer

Maximum wait time for cell content filling when the next packet is not ready (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 5 to 100.


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

If AAL2 subcell multiplexing is disabled with the cnfaal2subcellmuxing command, executing this command produces no affect.

Examples

The following example shows that the VAD holdover timer is set for 500 ms, and will wait up to 50 ms for a cell to fill when the next packet is not ready:

cnfaal2timerparams 500 50

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfaal2transparams

To configure the transportation of DTMF and CAS bits to another endpoint and enable or disable type 3 packet triple redundancy feature, use the cnfaal2transparams command in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfaal2transparams dtmf-trans cas-bits-trans type-3-red

Syntax Description

dtmf-trans

Enables or disables DTMF tone transport as AAL2 type 3 packets. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On. DTMF relay using RFC 2833.

2 = Off. DTMF pass through.

Note The dtmf-trans argument value must be set to 1 (on) if you are using codecs other than G.711 and G.726.

cas-bits-trans

Enables or disables CAS bits transportation. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off

type-3-red

Enables or disables triple redundancy protection for type 3 packets. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that DTMF tone transportation, CAS bits transportation, and triple redundancy protection are enabled:

cnfaal2transparams 1 1 1

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfadapgain

To enable or disable the DSP adaptive gain feature, use the cnfadapgain command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfadapgain adap-gain-enable

Syntax Description

adap-gain-enable

Enables or disables adaptive gain. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the adaptive gain feature is enabled:

cnfadapgain 1

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfalm

To configure the alarm parameters for a specified line, use the cnfalm command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfalm -ds1 line-num -red red-sev -rai rai-sev -neu ne-alarm-up -ned ne-alarm-down -net ne-alarm-thresh -feu fe-alarm-up -fed fe-alarm-down -fet fe-alarm-thresh

Syntax Description

-ds1

The mandatory line-num argument identifier.

line-num

Line number on which to configure alarm parameters. In the range from 1 to 8.

-red

The mandatory red-sev argument identifier.

red-sev

Red alarm severity level. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Minor

2 = Major

-rai

The mandatory rai-sev argument identifier.

rai-sev

RAI alarm severity level. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Minor

2 = Major

-neu

The mandatory ne-alarm-up argument identifier.

ne-alarm-up

Near end alarm up count (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 1 to 65535.

-ned

The mandatory ne-alarm-down argument identifier.

ne-alarm-down

Near end alarm down count (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 1 to 65535.

-net

The mandatory ne-alarm-thresh argument identifier.

ne-alarm-thresh

Near end alarm threshold (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 1 to 65535.

-feu

The mandatory fe-alarm-up argument identifier.

fe-alarm-up

Far end alarm up count (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 1 to 65535.

-fed

The mandatory fe-alarm-down argument identifier.

fe-alarm-down

Far end alarm down count (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 1 to 65535.

-fet

The mandatory fe-alarm-thresh argument identifier.

fe-alarm-thresh

Far end alarm threshold (defined in milliseconds), in the range from 1 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2 is configured with a red severity alarm of major, and an RAI severity of minor:

cnfalm -ds1 2 -red 1 -rai 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

clralm

Clears alarms from a specific line of a VISM card

clralms

Clears all alarms from a VISM card.

dspalm

Displays the alarms associated with a specified line of a VISM card.


cnfalmcnt

To configure the collection of Time Division Multiplex (TDM) line statistics, use the cnfalmcnt command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfalmcnt -ds1 line-num -sev alarm-severity -lcv15 lcv-15min -lcv24 lcv-24hr -les15 les-15min -les24 les-24hr -lses15 lses-15min -lses24 lses-24hr -crc15 crc-15min -crc24 crc-24hr -crces15 crces-15min -crces24 crces-24hr -crcses15 crcses-15min -crcses24 crcses-24hr -sefs15 sefs-15min -sefs24 sefs-24hr -aiss15 aiss-15min -aiss24 aiss-24hr -uas15 uas-15min -uas24 uas-24hr

Syntax Description

-ds1

The mandatory line-num argument identifier.

line-num

Line number of the T1 or E1 line for which you want to display alarms. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

-sev

The alarm-severity argument identifier.

alarm-severity

Alarm severity. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Minor

2 = Major

-lcv15

The lcv-15min argument identifier.

lcv-15min

The number of line code violations encountered by the line interface in the current 15-minute interval. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-lcv24

The lcv-24hr argument identifier.

lcv-24hr

The number of line code violations in the last 24-hour period encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-les15

The les-15min argument identifier.

les-15min

The line code violation errored seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-les24

The les-24min argument identifier.

les-24hr

The line code violation errored seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-lses15

The lses-15min argument identifier.

lses-15min

The line code violation severely errored seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-lses24

The lses-24hr argument identifier.

lses-24hr

The line code violation severely errored seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-crc15

The crc-15min argument identifier.

crc-15min

The number of CRC code violations in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-crc24

The crc-24hr argument identifier.

crc-24hr

The number of CRC code violations in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-crces15

The crces-15min argument identifier.

crces-15min

The number of CRC code violated errored seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-crses24

The crcses-24hr argument identifier.

crses-24hr

The number of CRC code violated errored seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-crcses15

The crcses-15min argument identifier.

crcses-15min

The number of CRC code violated severely errored seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-sefs15

The sefs-15min argument identifier.

sefs-15min

The number of severely errored framing seconds encountered in the last 15 minutes by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-sefs24

The sefs-24hr argument identifier.

sefs-24hr

The number of severely errored framing seconds encountered in the last 24 hours by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-aiss15

The aiss-15min argument identifier.

aiss-15min

The number of AIS severely errored seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-aiss24

The aiss-24hr argument identifier.

aiss-24hr

The number of AIS severely errored seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-uas15

The uas-15min argument identifier.

uas-15min

The number of unavailable seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.

-uas24

The uas-24hr argument identifier.

uas-24hr

The number of unavailable seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface. It can be in the range from 0 to 2147483647.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Values higher than 2,147,483,647 for the argument values are truncated.

The following line statistics are collected:

Line code violations encountered by the line interface in the current 15-minute interval.

Line code violations in the last 15-minute period encountered by the interface.

Line code violations in the last 24-hour period encountered by the interface.

Line code violations Errored Seconds encountered by the interface.

Line code violations Errored Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

Line code violations Errored Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

Line code violations Severely Errored Seconds encountered by the interface.

Line code violations Severely Errored Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

Line code violations Severely Errored Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

CRC code violations encountered by the interface.

CRC code violations in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

CRC code violations in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

CRC code violated Errored Seconds encountered by the interface.

CRC code violated Errored Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

CRC code violated Errored Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

P Bit code violations Severely Errored Seconds encountered by the interface.

CRC code violated Severely Errored Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

CRC code violated Severely Errored Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

Severely Errored Framing Seconds encountered by the interface.

Severely Errored Framing Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

Severely Errored Framing Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

AIS Severely Errored Seconds encountered by the interface.

AIS Severely Errored Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

AIS Severely Errored Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

Unavailable Seconds encountered by the interface.

Unavailable Seconds in the last 15 minutes encountered by the interface.

Unavailable Seconds in the last 24 hours encountered by the interface.

Percentage of LCV Error Free Seconds.

Loss of Signal detected with or without integrating to LOS alarm.

Out of Frame detected with or without integrating to OOF alarm.

Yellow Alarms detected with or without integrating to RAI alarm.

Framing Pattern Errors encountered by a DS1 interface.

Examples

The following example shows that the TDM line statistics for major alarms are collected for line number 7:

cnfalmcnt -ds1 7 -sev 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspalmcnf

Displays the threshold data about the alarm statistics being collected.

dspalmcnt

Displays the alarm counters and statistics on a line.


cnfannagetime

To configure the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache, use the cnfannagetime command in the VoIP switching operating mode.

cnfannagetime nonpann-age-time

Syntax Description

nonpann-age-time

Nonpermanent announcement age time (defined in minutes). It can be in the range from 0 to 65535.

Note 0 = Infinite amount of time; the nonpermanent announcement remains valid until you replace it, if necessary.


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

When a nonpermanent announcement enters the announcement cache, it remains valid, as is, until the time you select for the nonpann-age-time argument value expires. When the time expires, the nonpermanent announcement is refreshed from the announcement file server. Requests to play a nonpermanent announcement do not affect its age time or cause the file to be refreshed.

Examples

The following example shows that nonpermanent announcements are configured to expire two hours after being placed into the VISM announcement cache:

cnfannagetime 120

Related Commands

Command
Description

addannpermanent

Configures an announcement server file and associated codec type as permanent.

cnfanndn

Designates an announcement file server domain name.

cnfannpathprefix

Designates the main prefix directory TFTP path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server.

cnfannprefcodec

Configures the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

cnfannreqtimeout

Configures the expiration time for announcements to begin playing after the VISM receives the announcement signal (request) from the call agent.

delannalldynamic

Deletes all announcement files and their associated codec types from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delanndynamic

Deletes an announcement file and associated codec type from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delannpermanent

Deletes a permanent announcement file and its associated codec type from the announcement file server.

dspannagetime

Displays the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

dspanncache

Displays all available temporary announcement file names, and associated age times before being refreshed from the announcement file server.

dspanncontrols

Displays a summary list of all provisionable announcement file variables, including variables associated with all announcement file CLI commands.

dspanndn

Displays the announcement file server domain name.

dspannpathprefix

Displays the main prefix directory path from which VISM retrieves announcement files from the announcement file server.

dspannpermanents

Displays all available permanent announcement files with their associated codec types and identifying index numbers.

dspannprefcodec

Displays the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.


cnfanndn

To designate the announcement file server domain name, use the cnfanndn command in the VoIP switching operating mode.

cnfanndn ann-domain-name

Syntax Description

ann-domain-name

The announcement file server domain name. In the range from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters. You may also use forward slashes (/), backward slashes (\), periods, hyphens, and underscores when creating an announcement file server domain name.

Note Do not use forward slashes (/) or hyphens as the last character in an announcement file server name. Do not use spaces in an announcement file server domain name.


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

You must add the announcement file server name as a regular node name using the VISM XDNS commands before you use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the announcement file server is configured with the name announceserver3:

cnfanndn announceserver3

Related Commands

Command
Description

addannpermanent

Configures an announcement server file and associated codec type as permanent.

cnfannagetime

Configures the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

cnfannpathprefix

Designates the main prefix directory TFTP path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server.

cnfannprefcodec

Configures the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

cnfannreqtimeout

Configures the expiration time for announcements to begin playing after the VISM receives the announcement signal (request) from the call agent.

delannalldynamic

Deletes all announcement files and their associated codec types from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delanndynamic

Deletes an announcement file and associated codec type from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delannpermanent

Deletes a permanent announcement file and its associated codec type from the announcement file server.

dspannagetime

Displays the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

dspanncache

Displays all available temporary announcement file names, and associated age times before being refreshed from the announcement file server.

dspanncontrols

Displays a summary list of all provisionable announcement file variables, including variables associated with all announcement file CLI commands.

dspanndn

Displays the announcement file server domain name.

dspannpathprefix

Displays the main prefix directory path from which VISM retrieves announcement files from the announcement file server.

dspannpermanents

Displays all available permanent announcement files with their associated codec types and identifying index numbers.

dspannprefcodec

Displays the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

dspannreqtimeout

Displays the expiration time for announcements to begin playing before being aborted.


cnfannpathprefix

To designate the main prefix directory Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server, use the cnfannpathprefix command in the VoIP switching operating mode.

cnfannpathprefix ann-prefix-path

Syntax Description

ann-prefix-path

The main directory TFTP path. In the range from the null string to 64 alphanumeric characters.


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

The prefix directory path is prefixed to the codec directory and the filename. The path prefix will be relative to the default TFTP directory on the announcement file server. Examples of valid prefix directory paths are:

<null string>

vism_ann

cisco/vism_ann

/cisco/vism_ann


Note The /cisco/vism_ann path starts at the root directory on the announcement file server because it begins with a backslash (/).


If you do not use this command, the default TFTP directory on the announcement file server is used as the prefix directory path.

You can use any directory or path on the announcement file server as the main directory for storing announcement files. Take into consideration the following guidelines when you use this command:

If you do not configure an announcement path prefix on the VISM, the main announcement file directory is the default TFTP directory on the server.

If you configure a path prefix, it is used as the main announcement directory.

If the path prefix is not absolute (does not begin with /), then the prefix is relative to the default TFTP directory.

You must configure codec subdirectories under the main announcement directory on the announcement file server. One or more of the following codec subdirectories, for each encoding, are used for announcement files:

g711u/

g711a/

g726_32k/

g726_24k/

g726_16k/

g729_a/

g7231_high_rate/

g7231_a_high_rate/

g7231_low_rate/

g7231_a_low_rate/


Note VISM supports G.729ab for connections and endpoints. If an announcement is to be played on a connection or endpoint provisioned for G.729ab, it must be recorded in G.729a.


For example, if the announcement server all-lines-busy.au file is encoded in both g711a and g729a, the following pathnames and files exist on the file server (assuming the default TFTP directory is tftpboot):

/tftpboot/g711_a/all-lines-busy.au

/tftpboot/g729_a/all-lines-busy.au

When the call agent requests that the announcement server all-lines-busy.au file be played toward one end of an established call, the VISM determines the codec being used for that call and plays the corresponding announcement file.

When the call agent requests that an announcement be played toward the TDM network on an unconnected endpoint, the codec used is specified by the VISM announcement preferred codec, configured with the cnfannprefcodec command.

You can configure another level of directories to group announcement files by language. Specify these directories by the call agent (or when provisioning the VISM) as part of the announcement file name. For example, the call agent might specify the english/ann1.au announcement file name. If the file is encoded in G.729a and the prefix is /tftpboot, the file is located at /tftpboot/g729_a/english/ann1.au.

Examples

The following example shows that the /cisco/vism_ann path is designated as the prefix directory path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server:

cnfannpathprefix /cisco/vism_ann

Related Commands

Command
Description

addannpermanent

Configures an announcement server file and associated codec type as permanent.

cnfannagetime

Configures the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

cnfanndn

Designates an announcement file server domain name.

cnfannprefcodec

Configures the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

cnfannreqtimeout

Configures the expiration time for announcements to begin playing after the VISM receives the announcement signal (request) from the call agent.

delannalldynamic

Deletes all announcement files and their associated codec types from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delanndynamic

Deletes an announcement file and associated codec type from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delannpermanent

Deletes a permanent announcement file and its associated codec type from the announcement file server.

dspannagetime

Displays the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

dspanncache

Displays all available temporary announcement file names, and associated age times before being refreshed from the announcement file server.

dspanncontrols

Displays a summary list of all provisionable announcement file variables, including variables associated with all announcement file CLI commands.

dspanndn

Displays the announcement file server domain name.

dspannpathprefix

Displays the main prefix directory path from which VISM retrieves announcement files from the announcement file server.

dspannpermanents

Displays all available permanent announcement files with their associated codec types and identifying index numbers.

dspannprefcodec

Displays the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.


cnfannprefcodec

To configure the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected Time Division Multiplex (TDM) endpoints, use the cnfannprefcodec command in the VoIP switching operating mode.

cnfannprefcodec ann-codec-type

Syntax Description

ann-codec-type

It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that the G.723.1-H codec type is configured for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints:

cnfannprefcodec 11

Related Commands

Command
Description

addannpermanent

Configures an announcement server file and associated codec type as permanent.

cnfannagetime

Configures the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

cnfanndn

Designates an announcement file server domain name.

cnfannpathprefix

Designates the main prefix directory TFTP path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server.

cnfannreqtimeout

Configures the expiration time for announcements to begin playing after the VISM receives the announcement signal (request) from the call agent.

delannalldynamic

Deletes all announcement files and their associated codec types from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delanndynamic

Deletes an announcement file and associated codec type from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delannpermanent

Deletes a permanent announcement file and its associated codec type from the announcement file server.

dspannagetime

Displays the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

dspanncache

Displays all available temporary announcement file names, and associated age times before being refreshed from the announcement file server.

dspanncontrols

Displays a summary list of all provisionable announcement file variables, including variables associated with all announcement file CLI commands.

dspanndn

Displays the announcement file server domain name.

dspannpathprefix

Displays the main prefix directory path from which VISM retrieves announcement files from the announcement file server.

dspannpermanents

Displays all available permanent announcement files with their associated codec types and identifying index numbers.

dspannprefcodec

Displays the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.


cnfannreqtimeout

To configure the expiration time for announcements to begin playing after the VISM receives the announcement signal (request) from the call agent, use the cnfannreqtimeout command in the VoIP switching operating mode. Requests are aborted when the expiration time is reached and the announcement has not started.

cnfannreqtimeout ann-req-time

Syntax Description

ann-req-time

The expiration time for a dynamic play announcement request (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 15. (Default = 5)

Note If ann-req-time = 0, the expiration time is not set, no expiration occurs, and requests are not aborted.


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

If the call agent signals the announcement to be played toward the packet network on a connection that is not in a send mode, the request is deferred until the call agent modifies the connection. Once the connection is placed in send mode, the expiration timer is started.

Examples

The following example shows that announcements must begin playing within 12 seconds after the VISM receives the announcement signal from the call agent, after which time, requests are aborted:

cnfannreqtimeout 12

Related Commands

Command
Description

addannpermanent

Configures an announcement server file and associated codec type as permanent.

cnfannagetime

Configures the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

cnfanndn

Designates an announcement file server domain name.

cnfannpathprefix

Designates the main prefix directory TFTP path from which to retrieve announcement files from the announcement file server.

cnfannprefcodec

Configures the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

delannalldynamic

Deletes all announcement files and their associated codec types from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delanndynamic

Deletes an announcement file and associated codec type from the temporary announcement files currently saved in the VISM card.

delannpermanent

Deletes a permanent announcement file and its associated codec type from the announcement file server.

dspannagetime

Displays the time that a nonpermanent announcement is to remain valid after it is placed into the VISM announcement cache.

dspanncache

Displays all available temporary announcement file names, and associated age times before being refreshed from the announcement file server.

dspanncontrols

Displays a summary list of all provisionable announcement file variables, including variables associated with all announcement file CLI commands.

dspanndn

Displays the announcement file server domain name.

dspannpathprefix

Displays the main prefix directory path from which VISM retrieves announcement files from the announcement file server.

dspannpermanents

Displays all available permanent announcement files with their associated codec types and identifying index numbers.

dspannprefcodec

Displays the codec type used for announcements played on unconnected TDM endpoints.

dspannreqtimeout

Displays the expiration time for announcements to begin playing before being aborted.


cnfcac

To enable or disable the connection admission control (CAC) feature on a VISM card, use the cnfcac command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcac cac-enable

Syntax Description

cac-enable

Enables or disables CAC. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

If you enable CAC with this command, you can then use the cnfconcac command to enable CAC on PVCs.

Examples

The following example shows that CAC is disabled for the current card:

cnfcac 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfconcac

Enables CAC on an already added connection.


cnfcacparams

To configure connection admission control (CAC) features on a card, use the cnfcacparams command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcacparams vad-duty-cycle vad-tol

Syntax Description

vad-duty-cycle

VAD duty cycle—the ratio of speech and holdover duration to total duration expressed as a percentage. Holdover is the period after silence begins and silence suppression is turned on. In VISM, the holdover time is 250 ms. A typical value for this parameter is 61, which means that 61% of the time is taken by speech and holdover. It can be in the range from 1 to 99. (Default = 61)

vad-tol

VAD tolerance—the expression for VAD "over-subscription drop ratio" where: tolerance = 10000 x over-subscription drop ratio (expressed as a percentage). A typical value for VAD tolerance is 10. Some examples are:

10000 (tolerance) = 1% (over subscription drop ratio)

100 = 0.01%

10 = 0.001%

1 = 0.0001%

It can be in the range from 0 to 10000. (Default = 100)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that VAD is configured for a duty cycle of 50 and a tolerance of 500:

cnfcacparams 50 500

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcac

Enables or disables the CAC feature on a VISM card


cnfcalea

To enable or disable the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) feature on the current VISM card, use the cnfcalea command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcalea calea-enable

Syntax Description

calea-enable

Enables or disables the CALEA feature. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off (Default)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must ensure that you are using the VISM software version that supports CALEA in order to use the CALEA feature. The CALEA implementation supports the CALEA law intercept confirmation interface.

Examples

The following example shows that the CALEA feature is enabled on the current VISM card:

cnfcalea 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addcon

Adds a PVC connection between a VISM card and any SM or PXM card.

cnfcon

Configures a connection between a VISM card and an MGX 8000 Series platform PXM card.

dspcalea

Displays the CALEA feature configuration status of the current VISM card.

dspvismparam

Displays the current VISM card configuration.


cnfcascode

To configure channel associated signaling (CAS) idle code and seized code parameters for an endpoint, use the cnfcascode command in the AAL2 trunking operating mode.

cnfcascode endpt-num idle-code seized-code |endpts-num|

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with CAS idle code and seized code values. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

Note If the second (optional) endpt-num argument is specified, this argument value is the first endpoint in a consecutive number of endpoints.

idle-code

The 4-bit idle code. The value can be in the range from 0 to 15 and represents the four signaling bits—A, B, C, and D—in binary, as bits 3, 2, 1, and 0 respectively, with bit 3 the most significant.

seized-code

The 4-bit seized code. The value can be in the range from 0 to 15 and represents the four signaling bits—A, B, C, and D—in binary, as bits 3, 2, 1, and 0 respectively, with bit 3 the most significant.

endpts-num

(Optional) An optional argument value which indicates the last endpoint in a consecutive range of endpoints. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144


Command Modes

AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must add the line associated with the endpt-num argument value before you use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the idle code is binary 0100 (argument value = 4, so that A = 0, B = 1, C = 0, D = 0), the seized code is binary 1001 (argument value = 9, so that A = 1, B = 0, C = 0, D = 1), for endpoints 1 to 4:

cnfcascode 1 4 9 4

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfcasdialdelay

To configure the VISM wait time (dial delay) for outpulsing digits to the PBX after sending an off-hook event, use the cnfcasdialdelay command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasdialdelay endpt-num dial-delay

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number to which the outpulsing digits wait time is configured. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

dial-delay

The wait time (defined in milliseconds) for outpulsing digits to the PBX after sending an off-hook event. It can be in the range from 10 to 1000. (Default = 500)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

You can execute this command if the following conditions are met:

The endpoint represented by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added.

The associated DS0 is configured for CAS.

The protocol is immediate start.

The MIB was chosen as the source in the cnfcasparamsource command.

Examples

The following example shows that endpoint 100 is configured with a dial delay (wait time) of 50 ms:

cnfcasdialdelay 100 50

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcastimers

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS timers.


cnfcasendpt

To associate an endpoint with a channel associated signaling (CAS) variant name, use the cnfcasendpt command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfcasendpt endpt-num var-name

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be associated with the CAS variant identified by the var-name argument value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

var-name

Name of the CAS variant; a text string from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

The endpoint and CAS variant must be previously added before you execute this command.

If there is no connection on an endpoint when the endpoint is associated with a CAS variant, use the cnfcasendpt command again to change the CAS variant. However, if there is a connection on an endpoint, you must delete the endpoint, add it back, and then execute the cnfcasendpt command to change the CAS variant.

Examples

The following example shows that endpoint number 3 is associated with the q50.o CAS variant:

cnfcasendpt 3 q50.o

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfcasflashtime

To configure the minimum and maximum channel associated signaling (CAS) on-hook time periods for incoming flash hooks on a specified endpoint, use the cnfcasflashtime command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcasflashtime endpt-num min-flash-time max-flash-time

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with a minimum and maximum flash time. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

min-flash-time

The minimum flash time (defined in milliseconds); in the range from 50 to 1550. (Default = 300)

max-flash-time

The maximum flash time (defined in milliseconds); in the range from 50 to 1550. (Default = 1400)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to allow VISM to distinguish flash hooks from disconnects by configuring the on-hook flash duration. An on-hook event with a duration that falls in the configured range is interpreted as a flash hook. An on-hook event with a duration shorter than the configured range is ignored. An on-hook event longer than the configured range is interpreted as a disconnect.

Examples

The following example shows that endpoint number 90 is configured with a 400-ms minimum CAS on-hook flash time and a 1000-ms maximum CAS on-hook flash time:

cnfcasflashtime 90 400 1000

Related Commands

Command
Description

addxgcppersistevt

Adds persistent xGCP events.

cnfcasglareattrib

Configures the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

cnfcaspackage

Configures MGCP packages to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

dspcasglareattrib

Displays the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

dspcaspackage

Displays the MGCP packages configured to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

dspcastimers

Displays the currently configured CAS timers for a specified endpoint.


cnfcasglareattrib

To configure the direction of channel associated signaling (CAS) calls and the glare (dual seizure event) policy for a specified endpoint, use the cnfcasglareattrib command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcasglareattrib endpt-num cas-direction glare-pol

Syntax Description

endpt-num

Endpoint number which is to be configured with CAS call direction and a glare policy. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

cas-direction

CAS bits flow direction. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Incoming and outgoing

2 = Incoming

3 = Outgoing

glare-pol

Glare condition policy. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Controlling

2 = Releasing

Note You can assign a glare-pol argument value of 2 only if the cas-direction argument is assigned a value of 1.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to assist in controlling TDM glare events. Use the cas-direction argument to allow or disallow glare events. Use the glare-pol argument value to configure the resolution of glare events if you allow them to occur. Resolution of glare events is either to enable VISM to release a call and accept a call from the PBX, or wait for the PBX to release a call and enable VISM to continue with a call.

Examples

The following example shows that endpoint number 136 is configured with the incoming CAS bits flow direction and the controlling glare condition policy:

cnfcasglareattrib 136 2 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addxgcppersistevt

Adds persistent xGCP events.

cnfcasflashtime

Configures the minimum and maximum CAS on-hook time periods for incoming flash hooks on a specified endpoint.

cnfcaspackage

Configures MGCP packages to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

cnflndigitorder

Assigns the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.

delxgcppersistevt

Deletes a persistent xGCP event.

dspcasglareattrib

Displays the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

dspcaspackage

Displays the MGCP packages configured to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

dspcastimers

Displays the currently configured CAS timers for a specified endpoint.

dsplndigitorder

Displays the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.


cnfcasglaretime

To configure the channel associated signaling (CAS) glare time for an endpoint, use the cnfcasglaretime command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasglaretime endpt-num glaretime

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with a glare time, identified by the glaretime argument value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

glaretime

The glare time (defined in milliseconds); in the range from 10 to 1000. (Default = 500)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

A glare condition occurs when two stations attempt to call each other simultaneously. Glare condition resolution involves a terminating VISM, which, upon receiving an off-hook event from the call agent, starts a timer and verifies that the terminating PBX is also attempting an off-hook event. If so, off-hook events from the call agent are ignored for the duration of the timer—the value you indicated with the glaretime argument value.

To use this command, you must ensure that the endpoint indicated by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added, and that the associated DS0 is configured for CAS.


Note To use this command, you must choose the MIB as the source in the cnfcasparamsource command.


Examples

The following example shows that endpoint 100 is configured with a CAS glare time value of 50 ms:

cnfcasglaretime 100 50

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcastimers

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS timers.


cnfcasguardtime

To configure the channel associated signaling (CAS) guard time for an endpoint, use the cnfcasguardtime command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasguardtime endpt-num guardtime

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with a guard time, identified by the guardtime argument value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

guardtime

The guard time (defined in milliseconds); in the range from 10 to 1000. (Default = 800)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Guard time is the minimum duration between the end of one call and the beginning of the next call. When a delete connection (DLCX) command is received from a call agent, VISM starts a timer—set by the value you indicate for the guardtime argument—and ignores any off-hook events until the timer has expired.

To use this command, you must ensure that the endpoint indicated by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added, and that the associated DS0 is configured for CAS.


Note To use this command, you must choose the MIB as the source in the cnfcasparamsource command.


Examples

The following example shows that endpoint number 100 is configured with a CAS guard time of 500 ms:

cnfcasguardtime 100 500

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcastimers

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS timers.


cnfcasoffhooktime

To configure a minimum presence time, on an endpoint, for a CAS off-hook pattern to be recognized as an off-hook signal, use the cnfcasoffhooktime command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasoffhooktime endpt-num offhooktime

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with a guard time, identified by the offhooktime argument value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

offhooktime

The off-hook time (defined in milliseconds); in the range from 10 to 1000.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must ensure that the endpoint indicated by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added, and that the associated DS0 is configured for CAS.


Note To use this command, you must choose the MIB as the source in the cnfcasparamsource command.


Examples

The following example shows that endpoint 100 is configured with a CAS offhook time of 500 ms:

cnfcasoffhooktime 100 500

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcastimers

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS timers.


cnfcasonhooktime

To configure a minimum presence time, on an endpoint, for a CAS on-hook pattern to be recognized as an on-hook signal, use the cnfcasonhooktime command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasonhooktime endpt-num onhooktime

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with a guard time, identified by the onhooktime argument value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

onhooktime

The on-hook time (defined in milliseconds); in the range from 10 to 1000. (Default = 300)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

To use this command, you must ensure that the endpoint indicated by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added, and that the associated DS0 is configured for CAS.


Note To use this command, you must choose the MIB as the source in the cnfcasparamsource command.


Examples

The following example shows that endpoint 100 is configured with an on-hook time of 500 ms:

cnfcasonhooktime 100 500

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcastimers

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS timers.


cnfcaspackage

To configure the Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) packages to notify persistent observed channel associated signaling (CAS) events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint, use the cnfcaspackage command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcaspackage endpt-num in-package out-package

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with the source location. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

in-package

Package name to be used for persistent events observed on an incoming telephony call. It can be one of the following values:

MS = PBX DID/DOD trunks and incoming or outgoing MF wink start trunks

DT = DTMF and dial pulse1 trunks (except basic PBX)

MD = North American MF Feature Group D EANA and EAIN

MO = FGD Operator Services Signaling outgoing trunks only

BL = DTMF and dial pulse1 basic PBX trunks

L = Line

H = Handset

Basic = It can be one of the following:

G—generic

D—DTMF

M—MF

T—Trunk

L—Line

H—Handset

R—RTP

A—Announcement Server

Script—Script

Note If you set the package to anything other than basic on an endpoint with this command, persistent events observed on that endpoint are encoded as an event in that package if the event is defined in that package, or dropped if they are not defined in that package. Packages N and S are not supported.

out-package

Package name to be used for persistent events observed on an outgoing telephony call. It can be one of the following values:

MS = PBX DID/DOD trunks and incoming or outgoing MF wink start trunks

DT = DTMF and dial pulse1 trunks (except basic PBX)

MD = North American MF Feature Group D EANA and EAIN

MO = FGD Operator Services Signaling outgoing trunks only

BL = DTMF and dial pulse1 basic PBX trunks

L = Line

H = Handset

Basic = It can be from the following:

G—generic

D—DTMF

M—MF

T—Trunk

L—Line

H—Handset

R—RTP

A—Announcement Server

Script—Script

Note If you set the package to anything other than basic on an endpoint with this command, persistent events observed on that endpoint are encoded as an event in that package if the event is defined in that package, or dropped if they are not defined in that package. Packages N and S are not supported.

1 Dial pulse is not supported in VISM.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command enables RFC 3064 support.

Examples

The following example shows that the MGCP packages for endpoint number 83 are configured with mgcplin as the MGCP incoming package name and mgcplout as the MGCP outgoing package name:

cnfcaspackage 83 mgcp1in mgcp1out

Related Commands

Command
Description

addxgcppersistevt

Adds persistent xGCP events.

cnfcasflashtime

Configures the minimum and maximum CAS on-hook time periods for incoming flash hooks on a specified endpoint.

cnfcasglareattrib

Configures the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

cnflndigitorder

Assigns the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.

delxgcppersistevt

Deletes a persistent xGCP event.

dspcasglareattrib

Displays the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

dspcaspackage

Displays the MGCP packages configured to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

dspcastimers

Displays the currently configured CAS timers for a specified endpoint.

dsplndigitorder

Displays the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.


cnfcasparamsource

To configure channel associated signaling (CAS)-related timer source parameters for an endpoint, use the cnfcasparamsource command in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfcasparamsource endpt-num cas-source

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with the source location, identified by the cas-source argument value. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

cas-source

The CAS-related timer parameters source location. It can be one of the following values:

1 = CAS application file (Default)

2 = Current VISM MIB


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

You can configure different CAS-related timer values for different endpoints; however, the endpoints must all be associated with the same CAS variant.

To use this command, you must ensure that the endpoint indicated by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added, and that the associated DS0 is configured for CAS.

Examples

The following example shows that endpoint number 100 is configured with CAS-related timer values located in the current VISM card's MIB:

cnfcasparamsource 100 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcasparamsource

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS-related timer source.


cnfcasvar

To configure a previously added channel associated signaling (CAS) variant timing parameters, use the cnfcasvar command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasvar var-name country-code partial-time critical-time interdigit-timeout

Syntax Description

var-name

Name of a previously added CAS variant; a text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.

country-code

The country code of the variant. The value must be a two-character text string.

partial-time

The partial dial time (defined in seconds) in the range from 10 to 10000—in increments of 10.

critical-time

The critical timing (defined in seconds) in the range from 0 to 10000—in increments of 10.

interdigit-timeout

The interdigit timeout value for MF digits (defined in seconds) in the range from 1 to 10.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the var1 CAS variant for the nz country code is configured with a partial timeout of 10 seconds, a critical timing of 10 seconds, and an MF interdigit timeout of 2 seconds:

cnfcasvar var1 nz 10 10 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

addcasvar

Adds a CAS variant to a VISM card.

delcasvar

Deletes a CAS variant from a VISM card.

dspcasvar

Displays information about CAS variants for a given variant name.


cnfcaswinktime

To configure the channel associated signaling (CAS) wink time parameters—minimum and maximum make times, and minimum break time—for an endpoint, use the cnfcaswinktime command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcaswinktime endpt-num min-make-time max-make-time min-break-time

Syntax Description

endpt-num

The endpoint number which is to be configured with wink time parameters. Endpoint number. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

min-make-time

The minimum make duration time (defined in milliseconds) of the wink. It can be in the range from 10 to 1000. (Default = 100)

max-make-time

The maximum make duration time (defined in milliseconds) of the wink. It can be in the range from 10 to 3000. (Default = 1000)

min-break-time

The minimum break duration time (defined in milliseconds) of the wink. It can be in the range from 10 to 1000. (Default = 20)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

A wink is composed of the following sequential events:

1. On-hook pattern

2. Off-hook pattern

3. Return to an on-hook pattern

The minimum and maximum make times are the minimum and maximum durations that the off-hook pattern persists. The minimum break time is the minimum duration that the on-hook pattern persists following the return to on-hook.

To use this command, you must ensure that the endpoint indicated by the endpt-num argument value has been previously added, and that the associated DS0 is configured for CAS.


Note To use this command, you must choose the MIB as the source in the cnfcasparamsource command.


Examples

The following example shows that endpoint 100 is configured with a wink time specification of 100 ms for the minimum make time, 500 ms for the maximum wake time, and 100 ms for the minimum break time:

cnfcaswinktime 100 500 100

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcastimers

Displays an endpoint's currently configured CAS timers.


cnfcasxgcp

To configure channel associated signaling (CAS) variant retransmission parameters, use the cnfcasxgcp command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfcasxgcp var-name retrans-time start-retrans-time retrans-num

Syntax Description

var-name

Name of the CAS variant to be configured with retransmission parameters; a text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.

retrans-time

The retransmission time (defined in milliseconds). It can be in the range from 10 to 10000.

start-retrans-time

The initial retransmission time (defined in milliseconds). It can be in the range from 10 to 10000.

retrans-num

Maximum number of retransmission retries. It can be in the range from 0 to 10.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the var1 CAS variant is configured for 100 ms retransmission time, 100 ms initial retransmission time, and up to two retransmission attempts:

cnfcasxgcp var1 100 100 10 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

addcasvar

Adds a CAS variant to a VISM card.

delcasvar

Deletes a CAS variant from a VISM card.

dspcasvar

Displays information about CAS variants for a given variant name.


cnfclksrc

To configure the PXM1, PXM1E, PXM45, VISM, or VISM-PR card clock source, use the cnfclksrc command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfclksrc slot-num.port-num clk-type

Syntax Description

slot-num.port-num

The chassis PXM card slot number and port number for which you want to configure the clocking source.

The slot-num can be one of the following values:

7

8

The port-num can be in the range from 1 to n, as appropriate for the physical installation.

Note Ensure that you type the period with no spaces on either side, between the slot-num argument value and the port-num argument value.

clk-type

Clock type. It can be one of the following values:

P = Primary

S = Secondary

N = Null. No external clocking source; use the PXM card's internal crystal.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Specify the cnfclksrc command argument values according to the following rules:

To configure any line except for line 1 of a VISM card, you must use a VISM-PR card in combination with a PXM1E or PXM45 in your MGX 8000 Series switch chassis.

If the clock source is the external BITS clock (a T1 or E1 port on the PXM back card), specify the configuration as:

cnfclksrc 7.35 p


Note Type 7 for the slot number regardless of the PXM card's location in the chassis. Type 35 for the port number—the BITS port is always port 35.


If the clock source is an external signal on one of the PXM OC3 ports, specify the configuration as:

cnfclksrc 7.n p


Note Type 7 for the slot number regardless of the PXM card's location in the chassis. The n port parameter value is the OC3 port number in the range 1 to 4.


If the clock source is the PXM's internal crystal and no other clock source has been specified, do not configure the clock source. The crystal is the automatic default.

If you want to change the clocking source from external to the PXM card's internal crystal, specify the configuration as:

cnfclksrc 7.X n


Note Type 7 for the slot number regardless of the PXM card's location in the chassis. The X argument value is the either 35 or the OC3 port number, depending upon which is the currently specified source. The null port number argument value cancels the previous configuration and returns the clocking source to the default internal crystal.


If the clock source is from a line on a VISM card, specify the configuration as:

cnfclksrc Y.1 p


Note The Y argument value is the actual slot number of the VISM card. Always type 1 for port argument value, which represents the line number in this configuration.


Refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 Installation and Configuration Guide and the Cisco MGX 8000 Series Switch Command Reference for information on the following PXM card clocking commands:

cnfcbclk

cnfextclk

cnfsrmclksrc

dspcbclk

dspclkinfo

dspclksrc

dspcurclk

Examples

The following example shows that the clock source is configured for slot number 8, port number 35, and is secondary:

cnfclksrc 8.35 s

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfln

Configures line characteristics for a specified line.


cnfco4timer

To configure the bearer continuity test CO4 timer value, use the cnfco4timer command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfco4timer co4-timeout

Syntax Description

co4-timeout

It can be a value (defined in milliseconds) in the range from 50 to 10000. (Default = 1000)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

A timer is started when a CO3 or xRBK message is sent. If a CO4 message is not received before the timeout expires, a VISM initiated DLCX message is sent to the call agent.

Examples

The following example shows that the bearer continuity test CO4 timer expires at 10000 ms:

cnfco4timer 10000

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspco4timer

Displays the bearer continuity test CO4 timer value.

dspvismparam

Displays the current VISM card configuration.


cnfcodecjtrdelay

To configure the jitter delay mode and initial delay value for a specified codec, use the cnfcodecjtrdelay command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcodecjtrdelay codec-type jitter-mode jitter-delay

Syntax Description

codec-type

Type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L

jitter-mode

Jitter delay mode. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Fixed. Cisco recommends fixed mode if latency jitter is constant.

2 = Adaptive. Cisco recommends adaptive if latency jitter is variable.

jitter-delay

Initial jitter delay (defined in milliseconds). It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For codec templates 1, 3, and 4, in the range from 0 to 100 in increments of 10.

For codec template 2, in the range from 0 to 100 in increments of 5.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Cisco recommends that you configure the jitter-delay argument to 20 ms when using DSP firmware versions 3.4 and 3.6.

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that codec G.726, 24 kbps is configured with an adaptable jitter mode and an initial jitter delay of 55 ms:

cnfcodecjtrdelay 8 2 55

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcodecjtrdelays

Displays the configured codec jitter delay modes and associated jitter initial delays.


cnfcodecneg

To configure the priority order of the lists of codec list priority order, use the cnfcodecneg command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfcodecneg codec-priority

Syntax Description

codec-priority

The codec list priority scheme. It can be one of the following values:

1 = LCO list, remote SDP data list, local MIB

2 = LCO list, local MIB, remote SDP data list

3 = Remote SDP data list, LCO list, local MIB

4 = Remote SDP data list, local MIB, LCO list

5 = Local MIB, LCO list, remote SDP data list

6 = Local MIB, remote SDP data list, LCO list


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Codec lists include the following:

Call agent provided list in a local connection option (LCO)

Remote gateway provided list in the Session Description Protocol (SDP) data

Local MIB provided list

Examples

The following example shows that the LCO list is the first priority, SDP data list is the second, and the list from the local MIB is the last priority:

cnfcodecneg 1

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfcodecparams

To configure codec parameters—codec packetization period, preference, Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) registered codec type and xGCP codec string—for AAL1 and IP calls, use the cnfcodecparams command in the VoIP switching operating mode.

cnfcodecparams codec-type codec-pkt-period |preference codec-string iana-type|

Syntax Description

codec-type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L

codec-pkt-period

Packetization period (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

10 (Default)

20

30

40

60

preference

(Optional) Preference level of the codec you identified with the codec-num argument value. It can be a value from the following list:

0 = Ignore preference

Note A preference value of 0 results in the codec being excluded from the list of supported codecs during codec negotiation via xGCP.

In the range from 1 (highest) to 13 (lowest)

codec-string

(Optional) The xGCP codec string. It can be from 1 to 20 ASCII characters.

iana-type

(Optional) IANA registered codec type. It can be in the range from 0 to 96.


Command Modes

VoIP switching

Usage Guidelines

The packetization period parameter is required but the remaining parameters are optional. The parameters of any codec can be configured regardless of whether the current codec template supports that codec.

If you are using template 2, the G.726 and G.729 codec types are ignored and replaced with clear channel.

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that the codec with identification number 3 is configured with a packetization period of 20 ms, has the highest priority, is not an IANA registered codec, and is represented by the string geeseven:

cnfcodecparams 3 20 1 0 geeseven

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfcodectmpl

To assign a codec template to an entire VISM card, use the cnfcodectmpl command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcodectmpl template-num

Syntax Description

template-num

Template number assigned to the current VISM card. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u, G.711a, G.726-16k, G.726-24k, G.726-32k, G.726-40k, G.729a, and G.729ab codecs, and clear channel

Note Template 1 is limited to 145 DS0s for VISM and 248 DS0s for VISM-PR.

2 = G.711u and G.711a uncompressed codecs, and clear channel

3 = G.711u, G.711a, G.726-16k, G.726-24k, G.726-32k, G.726-40k, G.729a, and G.729ab codecs and clear channel

Note Codec template number 3 = template number 1 with T.38 support added. Template 3 is limited to 120 DS0s for VISM and 248 for VISM-PR.

4 = G.711u, G.711a, G. 726-16k, G.726-24k, G.726-32k, G.726-40k, G.729a, G.729ab, G.723.1-H, G.723.1a-H, G.723.1-L, G.723.1a-L codecs and clear channel

Note Template 4 supports a maximum of 144 channels for VISM-PR.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

The following list describes the maximum number of channels supported by the different templates:

Template 1: 145 T1 channels, or 145 E1 channels.

Template 2: 192 T1 channels, or 248 E1 channels.

Template 3: 120 T1 channels, or 120 E1 channels.

Templates define allowable voice encoding types.

The execution of this command requires your confirmation because the card resets after you execute this command.

This command is not allowed if CIDs are present.

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that template number 1 is assigned to the current VISM card:

cnfcodectmpl 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcodectmpls

Displays all entries in the VISM card's codec template table.


cnfcompvad

To enable or disable voice activity detection (VAD) on a T1 or E1 line, use the cnfcompvad command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcompvad line-num vad-enable

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the line on which to configure VAD in the range from 1 to 8.

vad-enable

Enables or disables VAD. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line number 3 does not have VAD enabled:

cnfcompvad 3 2

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfcon

To configure a connection between a VISM card and an MGX 8000 Series platform PXM card, use the cnfcon command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfcon lcn peak-cell-rate service-type |sus-cell-rate max-burst-rate|

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the connection; in the range from 131 to 510.

peak-cell-rate

Peak cell rate (described in cells per second). It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 80000 for VoIP bearer

1 to 20000 for VoIP control

1 to 50000 for AAL2 T1

1 to 60000 for AAL2 E1

1 to 400 for AAL2 signaling (trunking)

1 to 90000 for AAL5 bearer

1 to 10000 for AAL5 control

Note The peak-cell-rate argument value must be 15 or greater if the service-type argument value is a variable bit rate selection.

service-type

Service type. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Constant bit rate (CBR)

2 = Variable bit rate real time—VBR (RT)

3 = Variable bit rate non-real time—VBR (NRT)

4 = VBR (RT) 3

5 = VBR (RT) 2

6 = VBR (NRT) 2

7 = VBR (NRT) 3

Note Use values 4 to 7 for VISM-PR to RPM-PR connections.

sus-cell-rate

(Optional) Sustainable cell rate. It can be in the range from 1 to the value you configured for the peak-cell-rate argument value.

Note This argument value is required if the service-type argument value is in the range from 2 to 7.

max-burst-rate

(Optional) Maximum burst size—maximum number of cells transmitted at the peak cell rate. It can be in the range from 1 cell to 10 times the value you configured for the sus-cell-rate argument value.

Note This argument value is required if the service-type argument value is in the range from 2 to 7.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that an LCN 160 connection is configured as CBR, with a peak cell rate of 20000 cps, a sustained cell rate of 5000 cps, and a maximum burst rate of 10000 cps:

cnfcon 160 20000 1 5000 10000

Related Commands

Command
Description

addcon

Adds a PVC connection between a VISM card and any SM or PXM card.

delcon

Deletes a PVC connection between a VISM card and an MGX 8000 Series platform PXM card.

dspvismparam

Displays the current VISM card configuration.


cnfconcac

To configure connection admission control (CAC) on a previously added connection, use the cnfconcac command in the AAL2 trunking operating mode.

cnfconcac lcn conn-type

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the connection; in the range from 131 to 510.

conn-type

Connection type. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Master

2 = Slave (Default)


Command Modes

AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must use the cnfcac command prior to using this command to enable CAC at the card level. If the PVC has been configured as master, CAC functionality is applied to the master end of the PVC only.

Examples

The following example shows that CAC is configured at the master end of LCN 131:

cnfconcac 131 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcac

Enables or disables the CAC feature on a VISM card.

dspconcac

Displays CAC configuration data for a connection.


cnfconcacparams

To configure connection admission control (CAC) features on a PVC, use the cnfconcacparams command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfconcacparams lcn vad-tol vad-duty-cycle

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the connection; in the range from 131 to 510.

vad-tol

VAD tolerance—the expression for VAD "over-subscription drop ratio" where: tolerance = 10000 x over-subscription drop ratio (expressed as a percentage). A typical value for VAD tolerance is 10. Some examples are:

10000 (tolerance) = 1% (over subscription drop ratio)

100 = 0.01%

10 = 0.001%

1 = 0.0001%

It can be in the range from 0 to 10000. (Default = 100)

vad-duty-cycle

VAD duty cycle—the ratio of speech and holdover duration to total duration expressed as a percentage. Holdover is the period after silence begins and silence suppression is turned on. In VISM, the holdover time is 250 ms. A typical value for this parameter is 61 which means that 61% of the time is taken by speech and holdover. It can be in the range from 1 to 99. (Default = 61)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that VAD is configured on LCN 150 with a VAD tolerance of 500 and a VAD duty cycle of 50:

cnfconcacparams 150 500 50

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcac

Enables or disables the CAC feature on a VISM card.


cnfconcacpol

To configure the policies for fax/modem upspeed connection admission control (CAC) failure and fax/modem carrier loss for calls added to a particular IP or AAL2 LCN, use the cnfconcacpol command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfconcacpol lcn carrier-loss-pol cac-reject-pol

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the connection; in the range from 131 to 510.

carrier-loss-pol

Carrier loss policy. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Revert to the previous codec

2 = Maintain the upspeed codec

3 = Unspecified

Note If you select 3 (unspecified), the card level default is used.

cac-reject-pol

CAC rejection policy. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Delete the connection

2 = Maintain the connection

3 = Unspecified

Note If you select 3 (unspecified), the card level default is used.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

If you select 3 (unspecified) for the carrier-loss-pol or cac-reject-pol argument values, the card level default are used.

Examples

The following example shows that LCN 131 is configured with a carrier loss policy of 1 (if carrier is lost, the LCN reverts to the previous codec) and a CAC rejection policy of 2 (the LCN connection is maintained):

cnfconcacpol 131 1 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfconvbdpol

Configures the policies for fax/modem upspeed CAC failure and fax/modem carrier loss for calls added to a particular IP or AAL2 LCN.


cnfconprotect

To configure protection on a PVC, use the cnfconprotect command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfconprotect lcn protect-enable lock-state second-lcn

Syntax Description

lcn

Primary logical channel number of the connection (PVC); in the range from 131 to 510.

protect-enable

Enables or disables PVC protection. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off

lock-state

PVC lock state. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Unlock

2 = Lock

second-lcn

Secondary (fallback) logical channel number of the connection (PVC); in the range from 131 to 510.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must use the addcon command to add the primary and secondary PVCs before using this command, and ensure that both channels have the same peak-cell-rate argument value.

Protect the primary channel using the cnfconprotect command and configure the secondary (fallback) LCN.

The primary channel can be locked so that it is inoperative and forces a switchover to the secondary channel. If the primary channel is locked and the secondary channel fails, the connection fails.

If the primary PVC is protected, automatic switchover to a specified secondary PVC occurs if a primary PVC fails.

A protected channel cannot be deleted. To delete the channel, use the cnfconprotect command to unprotect the primary channel, delete the secondary channel, and then delete the primary channel.

Examples

The following example shows that LCN 132 is protected and unlocked, and LCN 217 is the secondary (fallback) LCN:

cnfconprotect 132 1 1 217

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfconvbdpol

To configure the policies for fax/modem upspeed connection admission control (CAC) failure and fax/modem carrier loss for calls added to a particular IP or AAL2 LCN, use the cnfconvbdpol command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfconvbdpol lcn carrier-loss-pol cac-reject-pol

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the connection; in the range from 131 to 510.

carrier-loss-pol

Carrier loss policy. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Revert to the previous codec

2 = Maintain the upspeed codec

3 = Unspecified

Note If you select 3 (unspecified), the card level default is used.

cac-reject-pol

CAC rejection policy. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Delete the connection

2 = Maintain the connection

3 = Unspecified

Note If you select 3 (unspecified), the card level default is used.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

If you select 3 (unspecified) for the carrier-loss-pol or cac-reject-pol argument values, the card level default are used.

Examples

The following example shows that LCN 131 is configured with a carrier loss policy of 1 (if carrier is lost, the LCN reverts to the previous codec) and a CAC rejection policy of 2 (the LCN connection is maintained):

cnfconvbdpol 131 1 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfconcacpol

Configures the policies for fax/modem upspeed CAC failure and fax/modem carrier loss for calls added to a particular IP or AAL2 LCN.


cnfconvcci

To associate a virtual circuit connection identifier (VCCI) and a remote address with an LCN, use the cnfconvcci in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfconvcci lcn vcci-num addr-type |fe-addr|

Syntax Description

lcn

Logical channel number of the connection; in the range from 131 to 510.

vcci-num

VCCI number. It can be in the range from 0 to 65535.

addr-type

Address type of the VCCI. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Not applicable

Note This address type disassociates a VCCI, far end address type, and far end address from an LCN.

2 = NSAP (20-byte hexadecimal address)

3 = E.164 (1- to 15-byte decimal address)

4 = Gateway ID (1- to 64-byte ASCII character address)

5 = Unspecified

fe-addr

(Optional) Far end IP address. This argument is optional if the addr-type value = 1 or 5. This argument is mandatory if the addr-type value = 2, 3, or 4.


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

The VCCI number does not need to be unique for the not applicable (1) address type, and the far end address is not used.

The combination of VCCI number and far end address must be unique for the following address types:

NSAP (2)

E.164 (3)

Gateway ID (4)

The VCCI number must be unique for the unspecified (5) address type, even though the far end address is not used.

Examples

The following example shows that LCN 131 is not associated with a VCCI or far end address:

cnfconvcci 131 1 

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcon

Displays the parameters for a specified LCN.


cnfdeftos

To configure the type of service (ToS) parameters for both control and bearer IP packets, use the cnfdeftos command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfdeftos control-prec control-tos |bearer-prec bearer-tos|

Syntax Description

control-prec

Control precedence. It can be in the range from 0 to 7. (Default = 3)

control-tos

Control ToS (conforms to RFC 1349). It can be one of the following values:

0 = Default

1

2

4

8

bearer-prec

(Optional) Bearer precedence (conforms to RFC 791). It can be in the range from 0 to 7. (Default = 5)

bearer-tos

(Optional) Bearer ToS. It can be one of the following values:

0 = Default

1

2

4

8


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

The ToS bearer parameters—configured with the bearer-prec and bearer-tos arguments—are used during call setup in cases where the parameters are not supplied by the call agent. If you do not use this command, the card level default values are applied.

Examples

The following example shows that bearer IP packets are configured with a control precedence of 3 and a control ToS of 2, and the control IP packets are configured with a bearer precedence of 2 and a bearer ToS of 4:

cnfdeftos 3 2 2 4

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfdisctimers

To specify the wait delay times for the disconnected procedure, restart in progress command—initial, minimum, and maximum timer values—use the cnfdisctimers command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnfdisctimers init-wait-time min-wait-time max-wait-time

Syntax Description

init-wait-time

Initial disconnect waiting delay time (defined in seconds). In the range from 1 to 100.

min-wait-time

Minimum disconnect waiting delay time (defined in seconds). In the range from 0 to 100.

max-wait-time

Maximum disconnect waiting delay time (defined in seconds). In the range from 1 to 5000.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

You must use the cnfmgcgrpprotocol command and select the disconnect type method for Restart in Progress commands before you can use this command.

Examples

The following example shows that an initial disconnect waiting time of 30 seconds, a minimum disconnect waiting time of 0 seconds, and a maximum disconnect waiting time of 120 seconds is configured for the current VISM card:

cnfdisctimers 30 0 120

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfmgcgrpprotocol

Configures call agent group protocol data.

cnfxgcppeer

Configures the UDP port number used to send gateway-initiated messages to the call agent.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspdisctimers

Displays the Restart in Progress command disconnect type method wait delay times.


cnfdn

To configure the resolution type of a specified domain name, use the cnfdn command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfdn domain-num resol-type

Syntax Description

domain-num

Domain number used to identify the domain in the range from 1 to 11.

resol-type

(Optional) Resolution type to configure for the specified domain name. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Internal only. You must statistically provision all IP addresses on the VISM card for the domain name. The VISM card does not resolve the domain name using an external domain name server (DNS).

2 = External only. The VISM card attempts to resolve the domain name using an external DNS. Statistically configured IP addresses for this domain name are not used.

3 = Internal first. The VISM card attempts to resolve the domain name using an external DNS. The VISM card uses the statistically provisioned IP addresses for this domain name before using IP addresses from external resolution.

4 = External first. The VISM card attempts to resolve the domain name using an external DNS. The VISM card uses IP addresses from external resolution before using the statistically provisioned IP addresses.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the domain name represented by domain number 2 is configured for external-only resolution type:

cnfdn 2 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

adddn

Adds a domain name (call agent name) and optionally configures the resolution type of the domain name.

adddnip

Adds the IP addresses for a domain name that you added by using the adddn command.

cnfdnssrvr

Designates a domain name as a DNS.

deldn

Deletes a domain name.

deldnip

Deletes a statistically provisioned IP address of a domain name.

dspdnallips

Displays all statistically provisioned IP addresses and externally resolved IP addresses for all domain names configured on the current VISM card.

dspdnips

Displays all statistically provisioned and externally resolved IP addresses configured for a specified domain name.

dspdns

Displays the configuration data of all domain names of a call agent.

dspdnssrvr

Displays the domain name of the configured DNS of the current VISM card.


cnfdnssrvr

To designate a domain name as a domain name server (DNS), use the cnfdnssrvr command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfdnssrvr dns-domain-name

Syntax Description

dns-domain-name

Domain name which you want to designate, or remove, as a DNS. It can be one of the following:

A text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.

NULL = removes the configured DNS from VISM.

Note NULL is case sensitive.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must configure the domain name for internal-only resolution and provision at least one IP address for the domain name.

Examples

The following example shows that the callagent99 domain name is configured as the DNS:

adddn 1 callagent99 1
adddnip 1 callagent99 209.165.200.224
cnfdnssrvr callagent99

Related Commands

Command
Description

adddn

Adds a domain name (call agent name) and optionally configures the resolution type of the domain name.

adddnip

Adds the IP addresses for a domain name that you added by using the adddn command.

cnfdn

Configures the resolution type of a specified domain name.

deldn

Deletes a domain name.

deldnip

Deletes a statistically provisioned IP address of a domain name.

dspdnallips

Displays all statistically provisioned IP addresses and externally resolved IP addresses for all domain names configured on the current VISM card.

dspdnips

Displays all statistically provisioned and externally resolved IP addresses configured for a specified domain name.

dspdns

Displays the configuration data of all domain names of a call agent.

dspdnssrvr

Displays the domain name of the configured DNS of the current VISM card.


cnfdpvcoamparams

To configure the transmitted and received permanent virtual circuit (PVC) Operations, Administration, and Maintenance (OAM) cell parameters, use the cnfdpvcoamparams command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfdpvcoamparams cell-gap recov-cell-num unack-cell-num

Syntax Description

cell-gap

Intercell gap—the time between cells (defined in milliseconds). It can be in the range from 10 to 5000. (Default = 500)

recov-cell-num

Recovery indication cell count—the number of cells that must be received before a PVC is considered recovered from a failure. It can be in the range from 1 to 20. (Default = 3)

unack-cell-num

Unacknowledge indication cell count—the number of cells that must be unacknowledged before a PVC is declared as failed. It can be in the range from 1 to 20. (Default = 5)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the transmitted and received PVC OAM parameters are configured with a 20 ms intercell gap, a 5-cell recovery indication cell count, and a 10-cell unacknowledge indication cell count:

cnfdpvcoamparams 20 5 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspdpvcoamparams

Displays the transmitted and received PVC OAM cell parameters.


cnfds0gain

To configure the adjustable gain for a specified DS0, use the cnfds0gain command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfds0gain line-num ds0-num input-gain output-atten

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the DS0 that you want to configure the adjustable gain. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number on which to configure adjustable gain. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

input-gain

Input gain (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from -60 to 140 in increments of 10.

output-atten

Output attenuation (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from 0 to 140 in increments of 10.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking.

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the VISM card line number 2, DS0 number 13, is configured with a -10-dB input gain value and a 60-dB output attenuation value:

cnfds0gain 2 13 -10 60

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfgain

Configures the adjustable gain for a VISM card.

cnflngain

Configures the adjustable gain for all DS0s on a specified VISM card line.

dspds0gain

Displays the adjustable gain values for a specified DS0.

dspgain

Displays the adjustable gain for a specified VISM card.

dsplngain

Displays the adjustable gain for a specified VISM card line.


cnfds0localcas

To configure a local channel associated signaling (CAS) 4-bit pattern for a T1 line and DS0, use the cnfds0localcas command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfds0localcas line-num ds0-num local-cas-enable |local-cas-pattern|

Syntax Description

line-num

T1 line number on which to configure a local CAS bit pattern; in the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number on which to configure a local CAS bit pattern. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

local-cas-enable

Enables or disables the local CAS pattern indicated by the local-cas-pattern argument. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Enabled

2 = Disabled

local-cas-pattern

(Optional) The local 4-bit pattern expressed as a number in the range from 1 (default) to 15. The value specifies, in binary, the value of the A, B, C, and D signaling bits.

Note If local CAS is enabled (local-cas-enable argument = 1), this argument is mandatory.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

If a DS0 is configured for local CAS, the framer forces the CAS bits to a value defined by the local-cas-pattern argument in this command.

This command is not allowed if any of the following conditions are present:

The line signaling type is CAS.

The line is not enabled.

The DS0 is in a remote loop state.


Note This command is allowed for T1 lines only.


Examples

The following example shows that T1 line 2, DS0 number 12 is configured with a local 4-bit pattern represented by a value of 3 (0011 in binary):

cnfds0localcas 2 12 1 3

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspds0localcasstatus

Displays the currently configured local CAS status for a line and DS0.


cnfds0loop

To configure a loopback type for a specified line and DS0, use the cnfds0loop command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfds0loop line-num ds0-num loopback-type

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the channel to be configured for a loopback type; in the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number of the channel to be configured for a loopback type. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

loopback-type

The type of loopback to be used on the channel. It can be one of the following values:

1 = No loopback

2 = Remote loopback

3 = Local loopback


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the loopback type of line 2, DS0 12 is configured as remote:

cnfds0loop 2 12 2

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfds0musicthreshold

To configure the music on-hold threshold for a specified DS0, use the cnfds0musicthreshold command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfds0musicthreshold line-num ds0-num music-thresh

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want to configure the music on-hold threshold. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number for which you want to configure the music on-hold threshold. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

music-thresh

Music on-hold threshold (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from -70 to -30.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the VISM card line number 2, DS0 number 30 is configured with a -45 dB music on-hold threshold value:

cnfds0musicthreshold 2 30 -45

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflnmusicthreshold

Configures the music on-hold threshold for all DS0s on a specified line.

cnfmusicthreshold

Configures the music on-hold threshold value for the current VISM card.

dspds0musicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold value for a specified DS0.

dsplnmusicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold values for the DS0s on a specified line.

dspmusicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold values for the current VISM card.


cnfecanenable

To enable or disable echo cancellation on a line, use the cnfecanenable command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfecanenable line-num ecan-enable

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the channel to be configured for a loopback type; in the range from 1 to 8.

ecan-enable

Enables or disables echo cancellation. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that ECAN is enabled on line 2 of the current VISM card:

cnfecanenable 2 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfecanrec

Configures the residual echo control for DSPs on a VISM card that is used for ECAN.

cnfecantail

Configures the maximum tail length for DSPs on a VISM card that is used for ECAN.

dsplndsp

Displays the DSP information for a line.


cnfecanrec

To configure residual echo control for digital signal processors (DSPs) on a VISM card line that is used for echo cancellation, use the cnfecanrec command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfecanrec line-num res-echo-control

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number to configure with residual echo control; in the range from 1 to 8.

res-echo-control

Residual echo control for a VISM card line. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Cancel only

2 = Suppress residual

4 = Comfort noise


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line.

Examples

The following example shows that line 1 of the current VISM card is configured with comfort noise residual echo control:

cnfecanrec 1 4

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfecanenable

Enables or disables ECAN on a specified VISM card line.

cnfecantail

Configures the maximum tail length for DSPs on a VISM card that is used for echo cancellation.

dsplndsp

Displays the DSP information for a specified VISM card line.


cnfecantail

To configure the maximum tail length for digital signal processors (DSPs) on a VISM card that is used for echo cancellation, use the cnfecantail command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfecantail line-num max-ecan-tail

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number to configure maximum ECAN tail length; in the range from 1 to 8.

max-ecan-tail

Maximum tail length (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

24

32 (Default)

48

64

80

96

112

128


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command applies to DSPs processing data on a specified line.

Examples

The following example shows that line 3 of the current VISM card is configured with a maximum ECAN tail length of 96 ms:

cnfecantail 3 96

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfecanenable

Enables or disables ECAN on a specified VISM card line.

cnfecanrec

Configures the residual echo control for DSPs on a VISM card that is used for ECAN.

dsplndsp

Displays the DSP information for a specified VISM card line.


cnfendptcadence

To configure cadence (digit tone) times for an endpoint, use the cnfendptcadence command in the VoIP switching/trunking and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfendptcadence endpt-num tone-on-time tone-off-time

Syntax Description

endpt-num

Endpoint number. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template number 1:

For VISM, from 1 to 145

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 2:

For VISM T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 3:

For VISM, from 1 to 120

For VISM-PR T1, from 1 to 192

For VISM-PR E1, from 1 to 248

For template number 4:

For VISM-PR, from 1 to 144

tone-on-time

Length of time (defined in milliseconds) a digit tone is generated. It can be in the range from 2 to 9999. (Default = 75)

tone-off-time

Length of time (defined in milliseconds) silence is maintained between digit tone generation. It can be in the range from 0 to 9999. (Default = 75)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that endpoint 20 is configured with 100 ms digit tone generation time length and 100 ms silence time length between generated tones:

cnfendptcadence 20 100 100

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnferl

To configure a digital signal processor (DSP) return echo loss value, use the cnferl command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnferl echo-ret-loss

Syntax Description

echo-ret-loss

Echo return loss to be applied by echo cancellation DSPs. It can be one of the following values:

1 = 0 dB

2 = -3 dB

3 = -6 dB

4 = -10 dB


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures when using this command.

Examples

The following example shows that a 6-dB echo return loss value is configured for the current VISM card's echo cancellation DSP:

cnferl 3

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfgain

To configure the adjustable gain for a VISM card, use the cnfgain command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfgain input-gain output-atten

Syntax Description

input-gain

Input gain (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from -60 to 140 in increments of 10.

output-atten

Output attenuation (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from 0 to 140 in increments of 10.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command allows you to configure the gain for an entire VISM card. The values you configure with this command are permanent and remain on the VISM card after any resets.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card is configured with a -10-dB input gain value and a 60-dB output attenuation value:

cnfgain -10 60

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfds0gain

Configures the adjustable gain for a specified DS0.

cnflngain

Configures the adjustable gain for all DS0s on a specified VISM card line.

dspds0gain

Displays the adjustable gain values for a specified DS0.

dspgain

Displays the adjustable gain for a specified VISM card.

dsplngain

Displays the adjustable gain for all DS0s on a specified VISM card line.


cnfgwis

To configure an out-of-service VISM card to the in-service state, use the cnfgwis command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfgwis

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command causes an RSIP notification to be sent to the call agent.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card is configured to the in-service state:

cnfgwis

The VISM card prompt terminates with an a to indicate the in-service state:

NODENAME.1.9.VISM8.a

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfgwoos

Configures an in-service VISM card to the out-of-service state.


cnfgwoos

To configure an in-service VISM card to the out-of-service state, use the cnfgwoos command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfgwoos oos-method

Syntax Description

oos-method

VISM card's method of reaching the out-of-service state. It can be one of the following values:

2 = Forceful. Existing connections are deleted and the VISM card transitions to the "commandedOutOfService" state. New connection requests are rejected.

3 = Graceful. Existing connections are not released and allowed to terminate naturally. Immediately after this command is executed, the VISM card transitions to the "pendingOutOfService state". New connection requests are rejected. The VISM card transitions to the `commandedOutOfService' state only when all ongoing connections are deleted by the call agent.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Associated call agents are notified of VISM card state changes with an RSIP notification.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card is placed in the out-of-service state forcefully:

cnfgwoos 2

The VISM card prompt terminates with an s to indicate the out-of-service (standby) state:

NODENAME.1.9.VISM8.s

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfgwis

Configures an out-of-service VISM card to the in-service state.

dspgwstate

Displays the current user-configured service states of the gateway.


cnfjtrinitdelay

To configure the initial jitter buffer delay size, use the cnfjtrinitdelay command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating mode.

cnfjtrinitdelay jitter-buffer-size

Syntax Description

jitter-buffer-size

Jitter buffer size setting (defined in milliseconds). It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

For template numbers 1, 3, and 4, in the range from 0 to 100 in increments of 10.

For template number 2, in the range from 0 to 100 in increments of 5.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Determine the current jitter delay mode you configured with the cnfjtrmode command. If the mode is set to fixed (set by the command) the jitter buffer size is fixed at the value you indicate for the jitter-buffer-size argument for the duration of the call. If the mode is set to adaptive, the jitter buffer size is set initially to the value you indicate for the jitter-buffer-size argument and the digital signal processor (DSP) adapts the jitter buffer size to an optimal size.

Changing the jitter-buffer-size argument value does not affect existing channel identifiers (CIDs). The new value is sent to the DSPs only when CIDs are open.

Table 5-2 lists the default codec type initial delay values in milliseconds.

Table 5-2 Codec Type Default Values 

Codec Type
Delay Mode
Initial Delay (ms)

G.711u

Fixed

100

G.711a

Fixed

100

G.726-32k

Adaptive

60

G.729a

Adaptive

60

G.729ab

Adaptive

60

Clear channel

Fixed

100

G.726-16k

Adaptive

60

G.726-24k

Adaptive

60

G.726-40k

Adaptive

60

G.723.1-H1

   

G.723.1a-H1

   

G.723.1-L1

   

G.723.1a-L1

   

1 The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.


Examples

The following example shows that the jitter buffer size is set to 70 milliseconds:

cnfjtrinitdelay 70

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfjtrmode

Sets the jitter delay algorithm to fixed or adaptive.

dspcarddsp

Displays all current card level parameters for ECAN and voice compression DSPs.

dspcodecjtrdelays

Displays the configured codec jitter delay modes and associated jitter initial delays.


cnfjtrmode

To configure the jitter algorithm with a fixed or adaptive buffer, use the cnfjtrmode command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfjtrmode jitter-mode

Syntax Description

jitter-mode

Jitter delay mode. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Fixed. Cisco recommends fixed mode if latency jitter is constant.

2 = Adaptive. Cisco recommends adaptive if latency jitter is variable.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Changing the jitter-mode argument value does not affect any existing CIDs. The value is sent to the DSPs only when CIDs are open.

Examples

The following example shows that the jitter delay mode is set to adaptive:

cnfjtrmode 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfjtrinitdelay

Configures the jitter buffer size.

dspcarddsp

Displays all current card-level parameters for ECAN and voice compression DSPs.

dspcodecjtrdelays

Displays the configured codec jitter delay modes and associated jitter initial delays.


cnflapdretrans

To configure a maximum number of frame retransmissions for a previously added Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD), use the cnflapdretrans command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnflapdretrans line-num ds0-num n200

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the D channel to be configured. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number that was specified in the addlapd command. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

n200

Maximum frame retransmissions in the range from 1 to 10.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2, DS0 12 is configured with a maximum number of 10 frame retransmission attempts:

cnflapdretrans 2 12 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflapdtimer

Configures two LAPD timers for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdtype

Configures the various types of LAPD stacks for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdwinsize

Configures the maximum number of outstanding (unacknowledged) I-frames.


cnflapdtimer

To configure two LAPD timers for a previously added Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD), use the cnflapdtimer command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnflapdtimer line-num ds0-num frame-trans-time frame-exchange-time

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the D channel to be configured. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number that was specified in the addlapd command. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

frame-trans-time

T200 timer. Time (defined in milliseconds) between frame transmission initiations. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1000 to 1023000 for PRI—in increments of 50

100 to 350 for GR-303—in increments of 50

Note This value must be less than the value you specify for the frame-exchange-time argument value.

frame-exchange-time

T203 timer. Maximum time (defined in milliseconds) allowed without a frame being exchanged. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1000 to 1023000 for PRI (default = 1000)—in increments of 1000

10000 to 300000 for GR-303 (default is 30000)—in increments of 10000

Note This value must be greater than the value you specify for the frame-trans-time argument value.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI command procedures.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2, DS0 12 is configured with 10000 ms between frame transmission initiations (timer T200) and 20000 ms as a maximum time allowed without a frame being exchanged (timer T203):

cnflapdtimer 2 12 10000 20000

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflapdretrans

Configures a maximum number of frame retransmissions for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdtype

Configures the various types of LAPD stacks for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdwinsize

Configures a maximum allowed number of outstanding (unacknowledged) I-frames on a previously added LAPD.


cnflapdtrunkpvc

To assign the permanent virtual circuit (PVC) trunk type that carries Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD) messages for the current VISM card, use the cnflapdtrunkpvc command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnflapdtrunkpvc lapd-trunk-type

Syntax Description

lapd-trunk-type

LAPD trunk PVC type. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Control

2 = Bearer (Default)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card is assigned the control PVC trunk type to carry LAPD messages:

cnflapdtrunkpvc 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specified static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


cnflapdtype

To configure the various types of Link Access Protocol D channel (LAPD) stacks for a previously added LAPD, use the cnflapdtype command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnflapdtype line-num ds0-num lapd-type

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the D channel to be configured. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number that was specified in the addlapd command. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

lapd-type

Type of LAPD stack to configure on the specified line and DS0. It can be one of the following values:

1 = ITU

3 = ATT5ESSPRA

4 = ATT4ESS

6 = NTDMS100PRA

7 = VN2 or 3

8 = INSNet

9 = TR6MFC

10 = TR6PBX

12 = AUSP

13 = NIL

14 = SSETSI

15 = BC303TMC

16 = BC303CSC

17 = NTDMS250

18 = Bellcore

19 = NI2


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2, DS0 12 is configured with the AUSP LAPD stack type:

cnflapdtype 2 12 12

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflapdretrans

Configures a maximum number of frame retransmissions for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdtimer

Configures two LAPD timers for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdwinsize

Configures a maximum number of outstanding (unacknowledged) I-frames for a previously added LAPD.


cnflapdwinsize

To configure a maximum number of outstanding (unacknowledged) I-frames, use the cnflapdwinsize command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnflapdwinsize line-num ds0-num iframe-num

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the D channel to be configured. In the range from 1 to 8.

ds0-num

DS0 number that was specified in the addlapd command. It can be a value from one of the following ranges:

1 to 24 for T1 lines

1 to 31 for E1 lines

iframe-num

Maximum number of outstanding (unacknowledged) I-frames that can be accumulated before sending an acknowledgment. It can be in the range from 1 to 127.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2, DS0 12 is configured with an LAPD window size of 10—a maximum number of 10 I-frames can be accumulated before sending an acknowledgment:

cnflapdwinsize 2 12 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflapdretrans

Configures a maximum number of frame retransmissions for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdtimer

Configures two LAPD timers for a previously added LAPD.

cnflapdtype

Configures the various types of LAPD stacks for a previously added LAPD.


cnfln

To configure characteristics for a VISM card line, use the cnfln command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfln line-num line-code line-length clock-source line-type loop-detection

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number with which to configure characteristics. In the range from 1 to 8.

line-code

Line coding method. It can be one of the following values:

2 = Bipolar 8-zero substitution (B8ZS), for T1

3 = High-density bipolar 3 (HDB3), for E1

4 = Alternate mark inversion (AMI), for T1 or E1

line-length

Line length. It can be one of the following values:

8 = For E1 cards with an SMB back card

9 = For E1 cards with an RJ48 back card

10 = 0 to 131 feet, for T1

11 = 131 to 262 feet, for T1

12 = 262 to 393 feet, for T1

13 = 393 to 524 feet, for T1

14 = 524 to 655 feet, for T1

15 = More than 655 feet, for T1

clock-source

Clock source. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Loop clock. The loop clock source is from the line specified by the line-num argument. The local clock source is from the MGX 8000 Series platform.

2 = Local clock. The local clock source is from the MGX 8000 Series platform.


Note Refer to the "Configuring the PXM and VISM Cards Clocking Source" section, the "Expanded Clock Source Selection" section, and "VISM and VISM-PR Card Clocking Options," for clocking rules.


line-type

Line type. It can be one of the following values:

1 = DSx1ESF

2 = DSx1D4

3 = E1

4 = E1CRC

5 = E1MF

6 = E1MFCRC

7 = E1 Clear

8 =

9 =

loop-detection

Loopback code detection. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Disabled

2 = Enabled


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You must add the line indicated by the line-num argument value with the addln command before using this command. You must include all argument values when using this command; however, the line-num and clock-source arguments are the only relevant arguments for configuring the clocking source on your VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2 is configured with HDB3 coding, SMB E1 back card line length, loop clocking, E1 line type, and loopback detection disabled:

cnfln 2 3 8 1 3 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addln

Adds a T1 or E1 line to a VISM card.

delln

Deletes a DS1 line on a VISM card.


cnflndigitorder

To assign the order in which automatic number identification (ANI) digits—the caller's number—and dialed number identification service (DNIS) digits—the called number—are dialed during an outgoing Feature Group D (FGD) call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line, use the cnflndigitorder command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnflndigitorder line-num digit-order

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which to configure dialed digit order. In the range from 1 to 8.

digit-order

ANI and DNIS digit order. It can be one of the following values:

1 = ANI digits followed by DNIS digits.

2 = DNIS digits followed by ANI digits.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

The ANI and DNIS digits are sent as part of the MGCP setup message.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card's line number 7 is assigned a digit order of DNIS digits first, followed by ANI digits, for digits dialed during an outgoing FGD call:

cnflndigitorder 7 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcasflashtime

Configures the minimum and maximum CAS on-hook time periods for incoming flash hooks on a specified endpoint.

cnfcasglareattrib

Configures the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

cnfcaspackage

Configures MGCP packages to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

delxgcppersistevt

Deletes a persistent xGCP event.

dspcasglareattrib

Displays the direction of CAS calls and the glare policy for a specified endpoint.

dspcaspackage

Displays the MGCP packages configured to notify persistent observed CAS events in the context of incoming and outgoing CAS calls on a specified endpoint.

dspcastimers

Displays the currently configured CAS timers for a specified endpoint.

dsplndigitorder

Displays the order in which ANI digits and DNIS digits are dialed during an outgoing FGD call on the endpoints of a specified VISM card line.


cnflngain

To configure the adjustable gain for all DS0s on a specified VISM card line, use the cnflngain (Configure Line Gain) command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnflngain line-num input-gain output-atten

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number that you want to configure the adjustable gain. In the range from 1 to 8.

input-gain

Input gain (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from -60 to 140 in increments of 10.

output-atten

Output attenuation (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from 0 to 140 in increments of 10.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the VISM card line number 2 is configured with a -10-dB input gain value and a 60-dB output attenuation value:

cnfgain 2 -10 60

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfds0gain

Configures the adjustable gain for a specified DS0.

cnfgain

Configures the adjustable gain for a VISM card.

cnfplngain

Configures the adjustable gain for a specified VISM card line.

dspds0gain

Displays the adjustable gain values for a specified DS0.

dspgain

Displays the adjustable gain for a specified VISM card.


cnflnis

To configure an out-of-service VISM card line to the in-service state, use the cnflnis command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnflnis line-num

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number you want to bring to the in-service state. In the range from 1 to 8.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

The configured in-service state is not maintained after a VISM card reboot. If you reboot a VISM card previously configured to the in-service state with this command, you must use this command again to configure the associated lines back to the in-service state, as needed.

Examples

The following example shows that line 2 is configured with the in-service state:

cnflnis 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflnoos

Configures an in-service VISM card line to the out-of-service state.

dspgwstate

Displays the current user-configured service state of the gateway.

dsplnstate

Displays the service state of a VISM card line with respect to the xGCP protocol.


cnflnmusicthreshold

To configure the music on-hold threshold for all DS0s on a specified line, use the cnflnmusicthreshold command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnflnmusicthreshold line-num music-thresh

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want to configure the music on-hold threshold. In the range from 1 to 8.

music-thresh

Music on-hold threshold (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from -70 to -30.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the VISM card line number 3 DS0s are configured with -45 dB music on-hold threshold:

cnflnmusicthreshold 3 -45

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfds0musicthreshold

Configures the music on-hold threshold for a specified DS0.

cnfmusicthreshold

Configures the music on-hold threshold value for the current VISM card.

dspds0musicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold value for a specified DS0.

dsplnmusicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold values for the DS0s on a specified line.

dspmusicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold values for the current VISM card.


cnflnoos

To configure an in-service VISM card line to the out-of-service state, use the cnflnoos command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnflnoos line-num oos-method

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number you want to bring to the out-of-service state. In the range from 1 to 8.

oos-method

VISM card's method of reaching the out-of-service state. It can be one of the following values:

2 = Forceful. Existing connections are deleted and the VISM card transitions to the `commandedOutOfService' state. New connection requests are rejected.

3 = Graceful. Existing connections are not released and allowed to terminate naturally. Immediately after this command is executed, the VISM card transitions to the `pendingOutOfService state'. New connection requests are rejected. The VISM card transitions to the `commandedOutOfService' state only when all ongoing connections are deleted by the call agent.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

The configured in-service state is not maintained after a VISM card reboot. If you reboot a VISM card previously configured to the out-of-service state with this command, you must use this command again to configure the associated lines back to the out-of-service state, as needed.

Examples

The following example shows that line 3 is configured to the out-of-service state gracefully:

cnflnoos 3 3

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnflnis

Configures an out-of-service VISM card line to the in-service state.


cnflnringback

To configure the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card, use the cnflnringback command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnflnringback line-num ringb-method

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want to configure the ringback method. In the range from 1 to 8.

ringb-method

Ringback tone method. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Proxy (Default).

The VISM sends the appropriate packet—Named Signaling Event (NSE), NSE, Network Transmission Element (NTE), or AAL2 type 3—for the ringback tone to the originating VISM which generates the ringback tone toward the TDM network.

2 = Inband.

The VISM generates the inband ringback tone toward the originating VISM over the packet network and the originating VISM plays the ringback tone.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

The ringback method is used when a call agent requests the terminating VISM to play the ringback tone remotely (toward the packet network).

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card line 4 is configured with the inband ringback tone method:

cnflnringback 4 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

addtoneplan

Adds a tone plan to the current VISM card.

cnflntoneplan

Assigns a tone plan to a specified VISM card line.

cnflntonetimeout

Modifies the timeout periods of all call progress tones supported by VISM on a specified VISM card line.

dellntoneplan

Deletes the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

deltoneplan

Deletes a previously added tone plan from the current VISM card.

dsplnringback

Displays the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

dsplntoneplan

Displays the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

dsplntonetimeout

Displays the configured timeout periods for all call progress tones of a specified VISM card line.

dsptonebuiltinplans

Displays all preconfigured (built-in) tone plans on the current VISM card.

dsptoneplan

Displays the tone configuration of a specified tone plan—either a preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plan.

dsptoneplans

Displays the tone configuration of all tone plans—either preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plans.

dsptoneprovplans

Displays all user-added (provisional) tone plans.

dsptoneregionplans

Displays a list of all tone plans for the countries and regions whose name partially or completely matches the name you supply.


cnflnsig

To configure the signaling mode for a VISM card line, use the cnflnsig command in the AAL2 trunking operating mode.

cnflnsig line-num line-signal-type

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number you want to bring to the out-of-service state. In the range from 1 to 8.

line-signal-type

Signaling type of the line. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Channel associated signaling (CAS)

2 = Common channel signaling (CCS)

3 = No signaling


Command Modes

AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

You are required to confirm your entry when using this command to ensure that the signaling type is not changed while endpoints are configured for the line indicated by the line-num argument.

This command is not allowed when CIDs or CCS channels are present.

You must configure the line type as either E1MF or E1MFCRC for E1 lines; otherwise, this command is invalid and does not process.

Examples

The following example shows that line 3 is configured for CCS:

cnflnsig 3 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspln

Displays the characteristics of a VISM card line.


cnflntoneplan

To assign a built-in or provisional tone plan to a specified VISM card line, use the cnflntoneplan command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnflntoneplan line-num tonep-region tonep-version

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want to assign a tone plan. In the range from 1 to 8.

tonep-region

Tone plan country or region which you want to assign to a VISM card line. It can be in the range from 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters and can contain underscores ( _ ). This value is case sensitive.

tonep-version

Tone plan version number of the tone plan country or region you want to assign to a VISM card line. It can be in the range from 1 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

If you are assigning a provisional tone plan to a VISM card line, you must use the addtoneplan command before you use this command. The command allows you to assign a new tone plan (overwrite a previous configuration) to a VISM card line.

Examples

The following example shows that the VISM card line 2 is assigned the tone plan identified by tone plan region sing_3 and tone plan version 2:

cnflntoneplan 2 sing_3 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

addtoneplan

Adds a tone plan to the current VISM card.

cnflnringback

Configures the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

cnflntonetimeout

Modifies the timeout periods of all call progress tones supported by VISM on a specified VISM card line.

dellntoneplan

Deletes the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

deltoneplan

Deletes a previously added tone plan from the current VISM card.

dsplnringback

Displays the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

dsplntoneplan

Displays the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

dsplntonetimeout

Displays the configured timeout periods for all call progress tones of a specified VISM card line.

dsptonebuiltinplans

Displays all preconfigured (built-in) tone plans on the current VISM card.

dsptoneplan

Displays the tone configuration of a specified tone plan—either a preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plan.

dsptoneplans

Displays the tone configuration of all tone plans—either preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plans.

dsptoneprovplans

Displays all user-added (provisional) tone plans.

dsptoneregionplans

Displays a list of all tone plans for the countries and regions whose name partially or completely matches the name you supply.


cnflntonetimeout

To modify the timeout periods of call progress tones supported by VISM on a specified VISM card line, use the cnflntonetimeout command in the VoIP switching/trunking, AAL1 switching, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnflntonetimeout line-num remote-ringb-tout local-ringb-tout busy-tout reorder-tout dial-tout stutter-tout offhook-tout

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want to modify tone timeout periods (defined in seconds). In the range from 1 to 8.

remote-ringb-tout

Remote ringback tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 180)

local-ringb-tout

Local ringback tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 180)

busy-tout

Busy tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 30)

reorder-tout

Reorder tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 30)

dial-tout

Dial tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 16)

stutter-tout

Stutter dial tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 16)

offhook-tout

Offhook tone timeout period (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 3600. (Default = 5)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, AAL1 switching, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

You can configure timeout periods of the following tones:

Ringback

Busy

Reorder (also known as the fastbusy or the network congestion tone)

Dial

Stutter dial

Offhook alert


Note A tone timeout argument value set to 0 indicates an infinite timeout—the tone will play indefinitely unless it is stopped by an event.


Examples

The following example shows that the VISM card line number 7 is configured with a 200-second remote ringback tone timeout period, a 180-second local ringback tone timeout period, a 210-second busy tone timeout period, a 400-second reorder tone timeout period, a 1000-second dial tone timeout period, a 2000-second stutter dial tone timeout period, and a 500-second offhook tone timeout period:

cnflntonetimeout 7 200 180 210 400 1000 2000 3000 500

Related Commands

Command
Description

addtoneplan

Adds a tone plan to the current VISM card.

cnflnringback

Configures the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

cnflntoneplan

Assigns a tone plan to a specified VISM card line.

dellntoneplan

Deletes the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

deltoneplan

Deletes a previously added tone plan from the current VISM card.

dsplnringback

Displays the ringback tone method for a specified line on the current VISM card.

dsplntoneplan

Displays the tone plan configuration of a specified VISM card line.

dsplntonetimeout

Displays the configured timeout periods for all call progress tones of a specified VISM card line.

dsptonebuiltinplans

Displays all preconfigured (built-in) tone plans on the current VISM card.

dsptoneplan

Displays the tone configuration of a specified tone plan—either a preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plan.

dsptoneplans

Displays the tone configuration of all tone plans—either preconfigured (built-in) or user-added tone plans.

dsptoneprovplans

Displays all user-added (provisional) tone plans.

dsptoneregionplans

Displays a list of all tone plans for the countries and regions whose name partially or completely matches the name you supply.


cnflntrunkcond

To enable or disable line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered, use the cnflntrunkcond command in the VoIP switching/trunking and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnflntrunkcond line-num cond-enable

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want enable or disable line conditioning. In the range from 1 to 8.

cond-enable

Line trunk conditioning status. It can be one of the following options:

1 = Enable. VISM performs trunk conditioning on each affected DS0 if an alarm occurs on the ATM side.

2 = Disable. VISM sends an alarm indication signal (AIS), blue alarm, or RAI to the line if an alarm occurs on the ATM side.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

Trunk conditioning consists of sending 0x7f or 0xff on the affected DS0s for T1 or E1 respectively. In addition, in the case of T1, the idle code pattern is transmitted for 2 to 5 seconds followed by the seized code pattern, as specified in the cnfcascode command.

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

Examples

The following example shows that line 2 is configured with line conditioning if an AAL2 alarm is encountered:

cnflntrunkcond 2 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflapdtrunkpvc

Assigns the PVC trunk type that carries LAPD messages for the current VISM card.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


cnfmgcgrpentry

To modify the call agent priority level of a call agent within a call agent redundancy group, use the cnfmgcgrpentry command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfmgcgrpentry mgc-group mgc-num mgc-preference

Syntax Description

mgc-group

Call agent redundancy group number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

mgc-num

Call agent identification number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

mgc-preference

Call agent priority value. It can be in the range from 1 (highest) to 8 (lowest).


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the call agent redundancy group number 1, call agent number 2, is configured with a priority level of 4:

cnfmgcgrpentry 1 2 4

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpentry

Configures call agents as part of an MGC redundancy group and assigns a priority value for a call agent.

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfmgcgrpparam

Modifies a call agent redundancy group state change notification policy and priority level.

cnfsrcppeer

Configures the SRCP parameters when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and call agent.

cnfsrcppeergrpparam

Modifies the SRCP heartbeat interval and maximum UDP size for a specified call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpentry

Deletes a call agent from a call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspmgcgrpparams

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group parameters.

dspmgcgrpprotocols

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group protocols.

dspmgcgrps

Displays all configured call agent redundancy groups.

dspsrcppeergrpparams

Displays the SRCP parameters for all call agent redundancy groups that have SRCP added.


cnfmgcgrpparam

To modify a call agent redundancy group state change notification policy and priority level, use the cnfmgcgrpparam command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfmgcgrpparam mgc-group state-change-notify |mgc-pref|

Syntax Description

mgc-group

Call agent redundancy group number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

state-change-notify

State change notification. Determines if messages, such as RSIPs, are sent to notify the call agent of a VISM card state change. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Enable (Default)

2 = Disable

mgc-pref

(Optional) Call agent priority value. It can be one of the following:

0 = No gateway initiated requests or commands are sent.

In the range from 1 (highest) to 8 (lowest). (Default = 1)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that call agent redundancy group number 1 is associated with the call agent and is assigned a priority level of 5:

cnfmgcgrpparam 1 2 5

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfmgcgrpentry

Modifies the call agent priority level of a call agent within a call agent redundancy group.

cnfsrcppeer

Configures the SRCP parameters when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and call agent.

cnfsrcppeergrpparam

Modifies the SRCP heartbeat interval and maximum UDP size for a specified call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpentry

Deletes a call agent from a call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspmgcgrpparams

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group parameters.

dspmgcgrpprotocols

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group protocols.

dspmgcgrps

Displays all configured call agent redundancy groups.

dspsrcppeergrpparams

Displays the SRCP parameters for all call agent redundancy groups that have SRCP added.


cnfmgcgrpprotocol

To configure a call agent redundancy group protocol for a previously configured redundancy group, use the cnfmgcgrpprotocol command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnfmgcgrpprotocol red-mgc-group protocol-num |quar-persist default-quar del-negated prov-resp resp-ack disc-proc-enable cancel-grace|

Syntax Description

red-mgc-group

Call agent redundancy group number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

protocol-num

Protocol number. It can be one of the following values:

1 = MGCP 0.1

2 = SGCP 1.1+

3 = SRCP 1.0.2

4 = SGCP 1.5

5 = MGCP 1.0

In the range from 6 to 8—as displayed by the dspmgcgrpprotocols command.

quar-persist

(Optional) Sets the quarantine handling method for persistent events. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Quarantine persistent events (Default)

2 = Do not quarantine persistent events

default-quar

(Optional) Sets the default quarantine event handling method for each protocol. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Step, process (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Step, discard (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

3 = Loop, process

4 = Loop, discard

Note Step = one notification command is generated per notification request. Loop = multiple notification commands are generated per notification request.

del-negated

(Optional)

1 = Delete events from the previous list which are not present in the current list.

2 = Delete events from the previous list, only if the event is present in the current list with a hyphen (-) as the parameter.

prov-resp

(Optional) Enables or disables the sending of a provisional response. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

resp-ack

(Optional) Enables or disables sending a response acknowledgment. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

disc-proc-enable

(Optional) Enables or disables the disconnect method, which indicates that the endpoint has become disconnected and is now trying to establish connectivity. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)

cancel-grace

(Optional) Enables or disables VISM cancelling a previously issued graceful restart command. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default for MGCP 1.0)

2 = Off (Default for MGCP 0.1, SGCP 1.1+, SRCP 1.0.2, and SGCP 1.5)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

Use this command to change the protocol for a redundancy group that has previously been assigned a protocol with the addmgcgrpprotocol command.

Examples

The following example shows that redundancy group number 7 is assigned the SRCP 1.0.2 protocol, and quarantines persistent events with the loop, process handling method. All optional arguments are enabled.

cnfmgcgrpprotocol 7 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfdisctimers

Specifies the wait delay times for the disconnected procedure, restart in progress command—initial, minimum, and maximum timer values.

cnfxgcppeer

Configures the UDP port number used to send gateway-initiated messages to the call agent.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspdisctimers

Displays the Restart in Progress command disconnect type method wait delay times.


cnfmidcalltimers

To configure the midcall dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) feature partial and critical timers for a specified VISM card line, use the cnfmidcalltimers command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfmidcalltimers line-num dtmf-part-timer dtmf-crit-timer

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number for which you want to configure midcall DTMF timers. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

dtmf-part-timer

Partial digit timer for midcall DTMF digit reporting (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 10 to 10000. (Default = 16)

dtmf-crit-timer

Critical digit timer for midcall DTMF digit reporting (defined in seconds). It can be in the range from 0 to 10000. (Default = 4)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for CAS and non-CAS endpoints when you want to use midcall DTMF digit reporting.

When you use this command, the partial digit timer starts when the first digit is entered, and restarts when each new digit is entered until a digit map match or mismatch occurs.

When you use a digit map, the critical digit timer starts when the last digit is received—when no more digits are required for a digit map match. When the time expires, the digit map match is assumed to be complete. When you are not using a digit map, the critical digit timer starts immediately (and not restarted) and is cancelled as soon as a digit is entered.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card line number 3 is configured with a 20-second partial digit timer and a 4-second critical digit timer for midcall DTMF digit reporting:

cnfmidcalltimers 3 20 4

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspmidcalltimers

Displays the configured partial and critical timer values for midcall DTMF digit reporting.


cnfmusicthreshold

To configure the music on-hold threshold value for the current VISM card, use the cnfmusicthreshold command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfmusicthreshold music-thresh

Syntax Description

music-thresh

Music on-hold threshold (defined in decibels). It can be in the range from -70 to -30.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

This command allows you to adjust the threshold level detected by DSPs to interpret TDM side silence or voice.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card is configured with a -45-dB music on-hold threshold value:

cnfmusicthreshold -45

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfds0musicthreshold

Configures the music on-hold threshold for a specified DS0.

cnflnmusicthreshold

Configures the music on-hold threshold for all DS0s on a specified line.

dspds0musicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold value for a specified DS0.

dsplnmusicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold values for the DS0s on a specified line.

dspmusicthreshold

Displays the music on-hold threshold values for the current VISM card.


cnfnwcot

To configure VISM for a gateway-initiated network continuity test, use the cnfnwcot command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfnwcot co3test-enable

Syntax Description

co3test-enable

Enables or disables the VISM-initiated CO3 network continuity test. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off (Default)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

This command configures VISM for gateway-initiated network continuity testing. When enabled, and after VISM receives the remote SDP information, VISM sends an Named Signaling Event (NSE) or AAL2 type 3 packet (CO3) towards the network. If the other gateway does not respond with a NSE/Type 3 packet (CO4), the connection is deleted. VISM interprets that the gateway initiated DLCX, with a reason code of "Network cont. failed," is sent to the call agent.

Examples

The following example shows that VISM is configured for a gateway-initiated network continuity test:

cnfnwcot 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfco4timer

Configures the bearer continuity test CO4 timer value.

dspco4timer

Displays the bearer continuity test CO4 timer value.

dspnwcot

Displays the status—enabled or disabled—of the gateway initiated network continuity test configuration for VISM.

dspvismparam

Displays the current VISM card configuration.


cnfpncon

To set priority routing for a specified connection, use the cnfpncon command in the switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnfpncon lcn route-priority

Syntax Description

lcn

The logical channel number. It can be in the range from 131 to 510.

route-priority

Route priority. It can be in the range from 1 to 15 (lowest). (Default = 8)


Command Modes

Switched AAL1 SVC, switched AAL2 SVC, switched AAL2 PVC, AAL2 trunking, and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

The Private Network-to-Network Interface (PNNI) routing priority feature requires you to use a PXM1E or PXM45 in your MGX 8000 Series switch chassis.

Examples

The following example shows that the priority routing for connection 145 is set to the lowest priority:

cnfpncon 145 15

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspcon

Displays the parameters for a specified channel.


cnfprofelemvbd

To configure the voiceband data (VBD) profile element for a profile, use the cnfprofelemvbd command in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfprofelemvbd profile-type profile-num vbd-codec-type vbd-pkt-period

Syntax Description

profile-type

The profile type to be used for the CID. It can be one of the following values:

1 = International Telecommunication Union (ITU) I.366.2

3 = Custom

profile-num

Number of the profile. It can be one of the following values:

1 = ITU profile type

2 = ITU profile type

3 = ITU profile type

7 = ITU profile type

8 = ITU profile type

12 = ITU profile type

100 = custom profile type

101 = custom profile type

110 = custom profile type

200 = custom profile type

vbd-codec-type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

13 = G.723.1-L

vbd-pkt-period

Packetization period (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

5

10

30


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Use the dspaal2profile command to identify valid combinations of codec type, packetization period, and silence insertion descriptor.

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that the ITU profile type, profile number 1 is configured with G.711a codec type and a 5-ms packetization period:

cnfprofelemvbd 1 1 2 5 

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfprofelemvoice

Configures the voice profile element for a profile.

dspaal2profile

Displays AAL2 profile type and profile number data.

dspprofparams

Displays the profile elements and the preferences for all profiles.


cnfprofelemvoice

To configure the profile voice element, use the cnfprofelemvoice command in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfprofelemvoice profile-type profile-num codec-type pvoice-pkt-period sid

Syntax Description

profile-type

The profile type to be used for the CID. It can be one of the following values:

1 = International Telecommunication Union (ITU) I.366.2

3 = Custom

profile-num

Number of the profile. It can be one of the following values:

1 = ITU profile type

2 = ITU profile type

3 = ITU profile type

7 = ITU profile type

8 = ITU profile type

12 = ITU profile type

100 = custom profile type

101 = custom profile type

110 = custom profile type

200 = custom profile type

codec-type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32k

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L

pvoice-pkt-period

Packetization period (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

5

10

20

30

40

60

sid

Silence insertion descriptor (SID). It can be one of the following values:

1 = VAD off

2 = VAD on

3= SID generic

4 = SID 729

5 = SID 723


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

Use the dspaal2profile command to identify valid combinations of codec type, packetization period, and SID.

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that the ITU profile type on profile number 1 is configured with the G.711a codec type, a packetization period of 5 ms, and VAD enabled:

cnfprofelemvoice 1 1 2 5 2

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfprofelemvbd

Configures the VBD profile element for a profile.

dspaal2profile

Displays information about a specified AAL2 profile type and profile number.

dspprofparams

Displays the profile elements and preferences for all profiles.


cnfprofneg

To configure the profile list priority order, use the cnfprofneg command in the switched AAL2 PVC operating mode.

cnfprofneg codec-priority

Syntax Description

codec-priority

The codec list priority scheme. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Local connection options (LCO) list, remote Session Descriptor Protocol (SDP) data list, local MIB

2 = LCO list, local MIB, remote SDP data list

3 = Remote SDP data list, LCO list, local MIB

4 = Remote SDP data list, local MIB, LCO list

5 = Local MIB, LCO list, remote SDP data list

6 = Local MIB, remote SDP data list, LCO list


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

This command determines which list to use for determining the relative profile preferences.

Examples

The following example shows that the codec list priority configuration uses the LCO list first, the remote SDP data list second, and the local MIB last:

cnfprofneg 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspvismparam

Displays the current VISM card configuration.


cnfprofparams

To configure a profile preference, use the cnfprofparams command in the switched AAL2 PVC and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfprofparams profile-type profile-num profile-pref

Syntax Description

profile-type

The profile type to be used for the CID. It can be one of the following values:

1 = International Telecommunication Union (ITU) I.366.2

3 = Custom

profile-num

Number of the profile. It can be one of the following values:

1 = ITU profile type

2 = ITU profile type

3 = ITU profile type

7 = ITU profile type

8 = ITU profile type

12 = ITU profile type

100 = custom profile types

101 = custom profile types

110 = custom profile types

200 = custom profile types

profile-pref

Profile preference. It can be one of the following values:

0 = No preference; exclude the profile from xGCP profile negotiation

In the range from 1 (highest preference; default) to 10 (lowest preference)


Command Modes

Switched AAL2 PVC and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the ITU profile type, profile number 1 is configured with the midrange preference level of 4:

cnfprofparams 1 1 4

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspprofparams

Displays the profile elements and preferences for all profiles.


cnfrsvp

To configure Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) for a specified connection, use the cnfrsvp command in the VoIP switching/trunking and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnfrsvp lcn rsvp-enable

Syntax Description

lcn

The logical channel number. It can be in the range from 131 to 510.

rsvp-enable

Enables or disables RSVP. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that RSVP is enabled for LCN 146:

cnfrsvp 146 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfrsvprefreshmiss

Configures the number of times VISM waits for a missed RSVP minimum refresh message for a specified connection.

dsprsvpif

Displays the RSVP status of a specified connection.

dsprsvpreq

Displays the data associated with a specified RSVP request.

dsprsvpreqs

Displays all RSVP-known requests on the current VISM card.

dsprsvpresv

Displays all data associated with an RSVP bandwidth reservation.

dsprsvpresvs

Displays all incoming RSVP-known reservations on the current VISM card.

dsprsvpsenders

Displays all data associated with a specified RSVP path state.


cnfrsvprefreshmiss

To configure the number of times VISM waits for a missed Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) minimum refresh message—a path or reservation message—(this is in addition to the time configured for minimum refreshes) for a specified connection, use the cnfrsvprefreshmiss command in the VoIP switching/trunking and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnfrsvprefreshmiss lcn refresh-miss-num

Syntax Description

lcn

The logical channel number. It can be in the range from 131 to 510.

refresh-miss-num

The successive number of refresh message wait times that VISM allows before deleting the soft-state for the connection. It can be in the range from 1 to 8. (Default = 4)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

VISM expects refresh messages at regular intervals, which are passed to VISM from the remote packet module (RPM). If no refresh messages are sent to the VISM, VISM deletes the soft-state for the corresponding connection. However, you can use this command to extend the wait time by configuring the number of wait times VISM allows before tearing down a connection.

Examples

The following example shows that LCN 142 is configured to wait for 7 refresh time frames before allowing a connection to be torn down:

cnfrsvprefreshmiss 142 7

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfrsvp

Configures RSVP for a specified connection.

dsprsvpif

Displays the RSVP status of a specified connection.

dsprsvpreq

Displays the data associated with a specified RSVP request.

dsprsvpreqs

Displays all RSVP-known requests on the current VISM card.

dsprsvpresv

Displays all data associated with an RSVP bandwidth reservation.

dsprsvpresvs

Displays all incoming RSVP-known reservations on the current VISM card.

dsprsvpsenders

Displays all data associated with a specified RSVP path state.


cnfrtcprepint

To configure the Real Time Control Protocol (RTCP) report interval for a VISM card, use the cnfrtcprepint command in the VoIP switching/trunking and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC operating modes.

cnfrtcprepint report-interval |report-mult|

Syntax Description

report-interval

Interval (defined in milliseconds) between RTCP report packets sent to peer VoIP endpoints. It can be in the range from 500 to 1500, in increments of 10.

report-mult

(Optional) Interval multiplier for the report-interval argument value. Use this argument if you need to configure the report-interval argument value higher than the maximum (1500 ms). It can be in the range from 1 to 10. (Default = 3)

Note If report-interval = 1500 and report-mult = 3, then 1000 * 3 = 4500. So, the interval time between RTCP report packets sent to peer VoIP endpoints is configured as 4500 ms.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and VoIP and switched ATM AAL1 SVC

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the RTCP report packet interval is configured at 1000 ms:

cnfrtcprepint 1000

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspvismparam

Displays current VISM card configuration.


cnfrtpcon

To modify an existing static Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) VoIP trunking connection, use the cnfrtpcon command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfrtpcon conn-num codec-type conn-mode |vt-pkt-period bearer-prec bearer-tos vad-enable vad-timer ecan-enable cas-trans dtmf-trans idle-code-sup|

Syntax Description

conn-num

Connection identification number. It can be in the range from 1 to 248.

codec-type

The type of coding/decoding to be performed on the data stream. It can be one of the following values:

1 = G.711u

2 = G.711a

3 = G.726-32K

4 = G.729a

5 = G.729ab

6 = Clear channel (VAD must be off)

7 = G.726-16k

8 = G.726-24k

9 = G.726-40k

11 = G.723.1-H

12 = G.723.1a-H

13 = G.723.1-L

14 = G.723.1a-L

conn-mode

(Optional) Connection mode. It can be one of the following values:

1 = VISM sends packets

2 = VISM receives packets

3 = VISM sends and receives packets (Default)

4 = Inactive; VISM does not send or receive packets

vt-pkt-period

(Optional) Packetization period (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

10

20

30

40

60

bearer-prec

(Optional) Bearer precedence. It can be in the range from 0 to 7. (Default = 5)

bearer-tos

(Optional) Bearer type of service (ToS). It can be one of the following values:

0 (Default)

1

2

4

8

vad-enable

(Optional) Enables or disables voice activity detection (VAD). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off (Default)

vad-timer

(Optional) The VAD holdover timer (defined in milliseconds) in the range from 250 to 65535.

ecan-enable

(Optional) Enables or disables echo cancellation (ECAN). It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

cas-trans

(Optional) Enables or disables CAS signaling transportation. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

dtmf-trans

(Optional) Enables or disables DTMF tone transportation. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

Note The dtmf-trans argument value must be set to 1 (on) when the codec-type is configured for codecs other than G.711 and G.726.

idle-code-sup

(Optional) Enables or disables idle code suppression for the CID. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On

2 = Off (Default)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

The G.723.1 codecs are supported for VISM-PR cards and are not supported for VISM cards.

Examples

The following example shows that the RTP trunking connection 26 is configured (modified) with G.726/32 codec type. VISM is also configured to send and receive packets and has a 20-ms packetization period, a bearer precedence of 3, a bearer ToS of 1, with VAD enabled, and a 400-ms VAD holdover time. Also, ECAN, CAS, DTMF tone transport, idle code suppression for CID, and redundancy are enabled:

cnfrtpcon 26 3 3 20 3 1 1 400 1 1 1 1 1

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflapdtrunkpvc

Assigns the PVC trunk type that carries LAPD messages for the current VISM card.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

Modifies the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP trunk for a specified session.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpconnstat

Displays the RTP connection statistics for a specified endpoint.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


cnfrtprxtimer

To enable or disable the receipt of Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) messages on a VISM card, use the cnfrtprxtimer command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfrtprxtimer rx-timer

Syntax Description

rx-timer

Enables or disables the receipt of RTP messages. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Disable

2 = Enable


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

If you enable the receipt of RTP messages (rx-timer = 2) and no RTP messages are received on a particular connection for 5 seconds, the gateway initiates a connection deletion. You cannot configure the 5-second time limit.

Examples

The following example shows that the receipt of RTP messages is enabled for the current VISM card:

cnfrtprxtimer 2

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip

To modify the remote IP address of VISM used in the ISDN PRI backhaul Reliable User Datagram Protocol (RUDP) trunk for a specified session, use the cnfrudptrunkrmtip command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfrudptrunkrmtip session-num remote-ip-addr

Syntax Description

session-num

ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session. It can be in the range from 1 to 64.

remote-ip-addr

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


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the remote IP address, 209.165.200.224, of VISM used in RUDP is modified to session number 22:

cnfrudptrunkrmtip 22 209.165.200.224

Related Commands

Command
Description

addlapdtrunk

Adds an LAPD trunk to a specific VISM card line.

addrtpcon

Adds a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

addrudptrunk

Adds an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session for an LAPD trunk connection.

clrrtpcnt

Clears the RTP counters (statistics) for a specific static RTP connection.

cnflntrunkcond

Enables or disables line conditioning on a VISM card line if a network alarm is encountered.

cnfrtpcon

Modifies an existing static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dellapdtrunk

Deletes an LAPD configured line.

delrtpcon

Deletes a static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

delrudptrunk

Deletes an ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session that is associated with an LAPD.

dsplapd

Displays data about an LAPD.

dsplapdtrunkpvc

Displays the assigned PVC trunk type that carries LAPD trunk messages for the current VISM card.

dsplapdtrunks

Displays the configuration data of all LAPD trunks.

dsprtpcnt

Displays the bearer counters (statistics) for a specific RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcon

Displays the configuration data of a specific static RTP VoIP trunking connection.

dsprtpcons

Displays the configuration data of all static RTP VoIP trunking connections.

dsprudptrunk

Displays the configuration data of a specified ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP session.

dsprudptrunks

Displays the configuration data of all ISDN PRI backhaul RUDP sessions.


cnfsesack

To configure the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated, use the cnfsesack command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesack session-num ack-timeout max-acks

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

ack-timeout

Timeout period (defined in milliseconds) to send an acknowledgment. It can be in the range from 100 to 65535.

max-acks

Maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated before sending an acknowledgment. It can be in the range from 0 to 255.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that session 2 is configured with an acknowledgment period of 500 ms and the maximum number of accumulated acknowledgments can be 10:

cnfsesack 2 500 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesmaxwindow

Configures the maximum number of segments (window) that can be sent before receiving an acknowledgment.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesmaxreset

To configure the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset, use the cnfsesmaxreset command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesmaxreset session-num max-resets

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

max-resets

Maximum number of resets that the VISM card performs before a connection is reset. It can be in the range from 0 to 255. (Default = 3)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that 25 is the maximum number of resets configured for session number 2:

cnfsesmaxreset 2 25

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesmaxwindow

Configures the maximum number of segments (window) that can be sent before receiving an acknowledgment.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesmaxseg

To configure the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message, use the cnfsesmaxseg command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesmaxseg session-num seg-size

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

seg-size

Maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message. It can be in the range from 30 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that a maximum 1000-octet segment size is configured for session number 2:

cnfsesmaxseg 2 1000

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxwindow

Configures the maximum number of segments (window) that can be sent before receiving an acknowledgment.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesmaxwindow

To configure the maximum number of segments (window) that can be sent before receiving an acknowledgment, use the cnfsesmaxwindow command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesmaxwindow session-num window-size

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

window-size

Maximum number of segments that can be sent before receiving an acknowledgment. It can be in the range from 1 to 64.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that a maximum number of 44 segments can be sent for session number 2 before receiving an acknowledgment:

cnfsesmaxwindow 2 44

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesnullsegtmout

To configure the timeout period, in milliseconds, of idle time before a null segment is sent, use the cnfsesnullsegtmout command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesnullsegtmout session-num null-seg-tout

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

null-seg-tout

Timeout period (defined in milliseconds) of idle time before a null segment is sent. It can be in the range from 0 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that the idle timeout period is configured at 1000 ms for session number 2:

cnfsesnullsegtmout 2 1000

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesoutofseq

To configure the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet, use the cnfsesoutofseq command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesoutofseq session-num max-seq-pkts

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

max-seq-pkts

The maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before an EACK packet is transmitted. It can be in the range from 0 to 255.

Note If you specify 0, a DACK message is sent immediately upon receiving an out-of-sequence packet.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that a maximum of 10 out-of-sequence packets can be accumulated before an EACK packet is transmitted for session number 2:

cnfsesoutofseq 2 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesport

To configure the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session, use the cnfsesport command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesport session-num local-port-num remote-port-num

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

local-port-num

Local port number. The VISM port number used for the session. It can be in the range from 1124 to 65535.

remote-port-num

Remote port number. The call agent port number used for the session. It can be in the range from 1124 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that session number 4 is configured with local (VISM) port number 1200 and remote (call agent) port number 1204:

cnfsesport 4 1200 1204

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and the number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesretrans

To configure the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and number of retransmissions, use the cnfsesretrans command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesretrans session-num unack-timeout max-ses-retrans

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

unack-timeout

Timeout period (defined in milliseconds) to send an acknowledgment. It can be in the range from 100 to 65535. (Default = 600)

max-ses-retrans

The maximum number of retransmissions. It can be in the range from 0 to 255. (Default = 3)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

When the maximum retransmissions have been made and there is still no acknowledgment, the session is considered failed.

Examples

The following example shows that session number 2 is configured with a timeout period for unacknowledged packets of 1000 ms and a maximum number of retransmission attempts of 20:

cnfsesretrans 2 1000 20

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesnullsegtmout

Configures the idle time before sending a null segment.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsesstatetmout

To configure the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset, use the cnfsesstatetmout command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsesstatetmout session-num tstate-tout

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

tstate-tout

Transfer state timeout. The maximum number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset. It can be in the range from 0 to 65535. (Default = 2000)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that session number 2 is configured with a 500-ms transfer state timeout:

cnfsesstatetmout 2 500

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and number of retransmissions.

cnfsessyncatmps

Configures the maximum number of call agent synchronization attempts.


cnfsessyncatmps

To configure the maximum number of attempts to synchronize with the call agent, use the cnfsessyncatmps command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsessyncatmps session-num max-sync-attempts

Syntax Description

session-num

Identifying session number in the range from 1 to 64.

max-sync-attempts

The maximum number of attempts to synchronize with the call agent. It can be in the range from 1 to 32.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Use this command for a previously added PRI backhaul session.

Examples

The following example shows that session number 2 is configured with a maximum of 10 synchronization attempts with the call agent:

cnfsessyncatmps 2 10

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfsesack

Configures the timeout period before sending an acknowledgment, and the maximum number of acknowledgments that can be accumulated.

cnfsesmaxreset

Configures the maximum number of resets that a VISM card performs before a connection is reset.

cnfsesmaxseg

Configures the maximum segment size, in octets, that can be received by a VISM card after sending a synchronize message.

cnfsesoutofseq

Configures the maximum number of out-of-sequence packets that can be accumulated before sending an EACK packet.

cnfsesport

Configures the port numbers of a previously added PRI backhaul session.

cnfsesretrans

Configures the timeout period for unacknowledged packets and number of retransmissions.

cnfsesstatetmout

Configures the number of milliseconds that VISM waits for a transfer state before executing an auto reset.


cnfsrcppeer

To configure the port for the call agent configured with the Simple Resource Control Protocol (SRCP)—when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and call agent, use the cnfsrcppeer command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnfsrcppeer peer-num udp-port-num

Syntax Description

peer-num

Peer (call agent) identification number. It can be a value from 1 to 8.

udp-port-num

User Datagram Protocol (UDP) port number. It can be in the range from 1025 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

If you do not use this command, the default MGCP/SGCP port number, 2428, is used for the upd-port-num argument value.

Examples

The following example shows that peer identification number 2 is configured with UDP port number 1160:

cnfsrcppeer 2 1160

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpentry

Configures call agents as part of an MGC redundancy group and assigns a priority value for a call agent.

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfmgcgrpentry

Modifies the call agent priority level of a call agent within a call agent redundancy group.

cnfmgcgrpparam

Modifies a call agent redundancy group state change notification policy and priority level.

cnfsrcppeergrpparam

Modifies the SRCP heartbeat interval and maximum UDP size for a specified call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpentry

Deletes a call agent from a call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspmgcgrpparams

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group parameters.

dspmgcgrpprotocols

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group protocols.

dspmgcgrps

Displays all configured call agent redundancy groups.

dspsrcppeergrpparams

Displays the SRCP parameters for all call agent redundancy groups that have SRCP added.


cnfsrcppeergrpparam

To modify the Simple Resource Control Protocol (SRCP) heartbeat interval and maximum User Datagram Protocol (UDP) size for a specified call agent redundancy group, use the cnfsrcppeergrpparam command in the VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking operating modes.

cnfsrcppeergrpparam red-mgc-group hbeat-int max-udp-size

Syntax Description

red-mgc-group

Call agent redundancy group number. It can be in the range from 1 to 8.

hbeat-int

Interval between heartbeats (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

0

In the range from 100 to 65535

max-udp-size

Maximum allowable UDP size. It can be in the range from 4095 to 65535.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking, switched AAL2 PVC, and AAL2 trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that call agent redundancy group number 3 is configured with a 250-ms SRCP heartbeat interval and 50000-byte maximum UDP size:

cnfsrcppeergrpparam 3 250 50000

Related Commands

Command
Description

addmgcgrpentry

Configures call agents as part of an MGC redundancy group and assigns a priority value for a call agent.

addmgcgrpprotocol

Associates a call agent redundancy group to a gateway control protocol.

cnfmgcgrpentry

Modifies the call agent priority level of a call agent within a call agent redundancy group.

cnfmgcgrpparam

Modifies a call agent redundancy group state change notification policy and priority level.

cnfsrcppeer

Configures the SRCP parameters when SRCP is the selected protocol for communication between the VISM card and call agent.

delmgcgrpentry

Deletes a call agent from a call agent redundancy group.

delmgcgrpprotocol

Deletes an MGCP from a specified call agent redundancy group.

dspmgcgrpparams

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group parameters.

dspmgcgrpprotocols

Displays all configured call agent redundancy group protocols.

dspmgcgrps

Displays all configured call agent redundancy groups.

dspsrcppeergrpparams

Displays the SRCP parameters for all call agent redundancy groups that have SRCP added.


cnfsrcpretry

To configure the VISM card level Simple Resource Control Protocol (SRCP) retry count, minimum timeout, and maximum timeout, use the cnfsrcpretry command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnfsrcpretry srcp-min-tout max-srcp-retries |srcp-max-tout|

Syntax Description

srcp-min-tout

Minimum SRCP timeout (defined in milliseconds). It can be in the range from 1 to 10000. (Default = 500)

max-srcp-retries

Maximum number of SRCP retries. It can be in the range from 0 to 10. (Default = 3).

srcp-max-tout

(Optional) Maximum SRCP timeout (defined in milliseconds). It can be in the range from 1 to 10000. (Default = 500)


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

If you assign a value to the optional srcp-max-tout argument, VISM exponentially increases the timeout value between the minimum and maximum timeouts. If you do not assign a maximum timeout, the srcp-max-tout argument value is set equal to the srcp-min-tout argument value, which disables the exponential back off.

Examples

The following example shows that the current VISM card is configured with a 100-ms minimum SRCP timeout period, a maximum of 5 SRCP retry attempts, and 1000-ms maximum SRCP timeout period:

cnfsrcpretry 100 5 1000

Related Commands

Command
Description

dspsrcpretry

Displays the VISM card level SRCP retry parameters—retry count, minimum timeout, and maximum timeout.


cnft38fxlco

To configure the fax handling instructions for a specified line, use the cnft38fxlco command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnft38fxlco line-num fx-lco

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the channel, in the range from 1 to 8.

fx-lco

Local connection option fax preamble response. It can be one of the following values:

1 = VISM controlled T.38, then fax pass through. Upon detecting a fax preamble, VISM first attempts to complete a fax relay on the connection. If fax relay is unsuccessful due to a lack of local resources, T.38 connection admission control (CAC) failure, or the remote side did not acknowledge the 200 Named Signaling Event (NSE), VISM follows the procedure for fax passthrough. If fax relay is successful, the connection is returned to voice mode when the fax end of transfer occurs.

2 = VISM controlled T.38 only. Upon detecting a fax preamble, VISM attempts to complete a fax relay on the connection. If fax relay is unsuccessful, the connection is returned to voice mode. If the fax relay is successful, the connection is returned to voice mode when the fax end of transfer occurs.

3 = Passthrough, then VISM controlled T.38. Upon detecting a fax preamble, VISM first attempts the procedure for fax passthrough. If fax passthrough is unsuccessful due to a lack of local resources or an upspeed CAC failure, VISM attempts the fax relay procedure. If both fax passthrough and fax relay fail, the connection is returned to voice mode. If either fax passthrough or fax relay are successful, the connection is returned to voice mode when the fax end of transfer occurs.

4 = Passthrough only. Upon detecting a fax preamble, VISM attempts the fax passthrough procedure.

5 = Off.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the fax preamble response configured for line number 4 is first the fax passthrough and then VISM controlled T.38:

cnft38fxlco 4 3

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcodectmpl

Assigns a codec template to an entire VISM card.

cnft38nsetimeout

Configures a specified line with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

cnft38params

Configures the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a specified line.

dspcodectmpls

Displays all entries in the codec template table.

dspt38fxlco

Displays the fax handling instructions configured for a specified line.

dspt38fxlcos

Displays the fax handling instructions for all lines on the current VISM card.

dspt38nsetimeout

Displays a specified configured line with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspt38nsetimeouts

Displays all configured lines with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspt38params

Displays the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a specified line.


cnft38nsetimeout

To configure a specified line with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode, use the cnft38nsetimeout command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnft38nsetimeout line-num nse-ack-timer

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the channel, in the range from 1 to 8.

nse-ack-timer

Named Signaling Event (NSE) acknowledgment timeout value (defined in milliseconds). It can be in the range from 250 to 10000, in increments of 250.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that line number 2 is configured with an NSE acknowledgment timeout value of 600 ms:

cnft38nsetimeout 2 600

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcodectmpl

Assigns a codec template to an entire VISM card.

cnft38fxlco

Configures the fax handling instructions for a specified line.

cnft38params

Configures the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a specified line.

dspcodectmpls

Displays all entries in the codec template table.

dspt38fxlco

Displays the fax handling instructions configured for a specified line.

dspt38fxlcos

Displays the fax handling instructions for all lines on the current VISM card.

dspt38nsetimeout

Displays a specified configured line with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspt38nsetimeouts

Displays all configured lines with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspt38params

Displays the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a specified line.


cnft38params

To configure the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a specified line, use the cnft38params command in the VoIP switching/trunking operating mode.

cnft38params line-num max-xmit-rate |info-fld-size d-pkt-size ls-data-red hs-data-red tcf-method err-corr-enable nsf-oride-enable nsf-ccode nsf-vendor|

Syntax Description

line-num

Line number of the channel, in the range from 1 to 8.

max-xmit-rate

Maximum fax transmission rate (defined in bits per second). It can be one of the following values:

1 = 2400

2 = 4800

3 = 7200

4 = 9600

5 = 12000

6 = 14400 (Default)

info-fld-size

(Optional) Fax information field size (defined in bytes). It can be in the range from 20 to 48. (Default = 48)

d-pkt-size

(Optional) Primary high-speed data packet size (defined in milliseconds). It can be one of the following values:

10

20

30

40 (Default)

Note Cisco recommends that you select 30 ms for this argument value; 14400 bps fax transfers with a high speed data packet size higher than 30 ms may fail.

ls-data-red

(Optional) Extent of the Internet fax protocol (IFP) packet transmission redundancy for the low-speed control data exchanged during the first phase of a T.38 fax relay connection. It can be in the range from 0 to 5. (Default = 5)

The ls-data-red argument has the following two different meanings, which depend upon the value of the err-corr-enable argument:

If the err-corr-enable argument = 1, the ls-data-red argument represents the maximum number of forward error correction (FEC) messages within a User Datagram Protocol (UDP) Transport Layer (TL) (UDPTL) packet carrying low-speed data.

If the err-corr-enable argument = 2, the ls-data-red argument represents the maximum number of prior IFP packets within a UDPTL packet carrying low-speed data, but does not include the primary IFP packet.

hs-data-red

(Optional) Extent of the IFP packet transmission redundancy for the high-speed control and image data exchanged following the initial low-speed phase of a T.38 fax relay connection. It can be in the range from 0 to 2. (Default = 2)

tcf-method

(Optional) Training check field (TCF) verification method for UDP based fax transport. It can be one of the following values:

1 = Local—for TCP-based fax transport or UDP-based fax transport.

The local TCF method implies that the media gateways are actively involved in the training and data rate management procedure, including the generation of the TCF signal. Data rate management is performed by one of the media gateways on the basis of local results, which are forwarded over the IP network by the other media gateway. The data rate management gateway generates the TCF training signal toward its group 3 fax terminal.

2 = Network—for UDP-based fax transport.

The network TCF method implies that the data rate management is performed end-to-end between the group 3 fax terminals. The TCF training signal is passed by the IP network.

err-corr-enable

(Optional) Forward error correction scheme for UDP-based fax transport. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

2 = Off

nsf-oride-enable

(Optional) VISM nonstandard facilities (NSF) code override of NSF, nonstandard facilities command (NSC), and nonstandard facilities setup (NSS) T.30 signals. It can be one of the following values:

1 = On (Default)

If you enable NSF override, the group 3 fax machines are prevented from synchronizing with each other on the basis of a protocol other than the ITU-T recommendations.

2 = Off

If you disable NSF override, the group 3 fax machines synchronize to the standard T-series protocol.

nsf-ccode

(Optional) Country code in the NFS code which identifies the country where the NFS fax equipment was manufactured, defined as one byte. Refer to ITU T.38 for a complete description. It can be in the range from 0 to 65535. (Default = 181)

nsf-vendor

(Optional) Vendor code of the NFS fax equipment manufacturer, defined as two bytes. It can be in the range from 0 to 65535. (Default = 18)


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Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking

Usage Guidelines

Follow standard CLI procedures for this command.

Examples

The following example shows that the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a line number 2 are configured with a maximum fax transmission rate of 7200 bps, a fax information field size of 28 bytes, a primary high-speed data packet size of 20 ms, a low-speed packet transmission redundancy of 3, a high-speed packet transmission redundancy of 0, the network TCF verification method, UDP error correction enabled, NFS code VISM override enabled, a country code of 500, and a vendor code of 4000:

cnft38params 2 3 28 20 3 0 2 1 1 500 4000

Related Commands

Command
Description

cnfcodectmpl

Assigns a codec template to an entire VISM card.

cnft38fxlco

Configures the fax handling instructions for a specified line.

cnft38nsetimeout

Configures a specified line with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspcodectmpls

Displays all entries in the codec template table.

dspt38fxlco

Displays the fax handling instructions configured for a specified line.

dspt38fxlcos

Displays the fax handling instructions for all lines on the current VISM card.

dspt38nsetimeout

Displays a specified configured line with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspt38nsetimeouts

Displays all configured lines with a length of time in which to wait for a remote acknowledgment of the offer to switch to fax transfer mode.

dspt38params

Displays the T.38 fax transfer parameters for a specified line.


cnftftpdn

To select the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) domain name, use the cnftftpdn command in the VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC operating modes.

cnftftpdn domain-name

Syntax Description

domain-name

The TFTP domain name. A text string of 1 to 64 alphanumeric characters.


Command Modes

VoIP switching/trunking and switched AAL2 PVC

Usage Guidelines

The domain name must have been added to the MGC table using the adddn command. When selected as a TFTP server, the domain name cannot be used as the call agent domain name.

Examples

The following example shows that the configured TFTP domain name is south:

cnftftpdn south

Related Commands

There are no related commands.

cnflntrunkcond

To enable or disable trunk conditioning for a specified VISM