Cisco ATM Services (AUSM/MPSM) Configuration Guide and Command Reference for MGX Switches, Release 5
AUSM/MPSM Command Reference
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AUSM and MPSM Command Reference

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AUSM and MPSM Command Reference

?

addaimgrp

addchan

addchanloop

addcon

addimagrp

addln

addlnloop

addlns2aimgrp

addlns2imagrp

addport

addrscprtn

addspvc

aimhelp

chkflash

clear

clraimgrpcnt

clraimlncnt

clralm

clralmcnt

clralmcnts

clralms

clrbertstats

clrcderrs

clrchancnt

clrchancnts

clrdiagresults

clrimagrpcnt

clrimalncnt

clrimatst

clrmsgcnt

clrportcnt

clrportcnts

clrsarcnt

clrsarcnts

clrscrn

clrslftst

clrtaskinfo

cls

cnfaimgrp

cnfautorestart

cnfbert

cnfcacparm

cnfcdparms

cnfcdprtntype

cnfcdrscprtn

cnfchan

cnfchanfst

cnfchanq

cnfchantrapenbl

cnfcon

cnfconabrparams

cnfconabrrates

cnfconstdabr

cnfdiagtest

cnffst

cnfilmi

cnfimaalmparm

cnfimagrp

cnfimaparms

cnfimatst

cnflncnf

cnflnloop

cnfplpp

cnfportq

cnfportrscprtn

cnfprfparam

cnfrscprtn

cnfslftst

cnfupcabr

cnfupccbr

cnfupcrtvbr

cnfupcubr

cnfupcvbr

copychans

core

delaimgrp

delbert

delcdrscprtn

delchan

delchanloop

delchans

delcon

delimagrp

delln

dellnloop

dellnsfmaimgrp

dellnsfmimagrp

delport

delrscprtn

dncon

dnport

dspaimgrp

dspaimgrpcnt

dspaimgrps

dspaimlncnt

dspalm

dspalmcnf

dspalmcnt

dspalms

dspautorestart

dspbert

dspbertstats

dspcacparm

dspcd

dspcderrs

dspcdparms

dspcdprtntype

dspcdrscprtn

dspchan

dspchancnt

dspchans

dspchantrapenbl

dspcon

dspcons

dspconstdabr

dspdiagresults

dspdiagtests

dspfeature

dspfst

dspilmi

dspilmicnt

dspimaalmparm

dspimagrp

dspimagrpcnt

dspimagrps

dspimainfo

dspimaln

dspimalncnt

dspimaparms

dspimatst

dsplcn

dspliccd

dspln

dsplns

dsploads

dspmaptbl

dspmsgcnt

dspplpp

dspport

dspportcnt

dspportq

dspportqs

dspportrscprtn

dspports

dspprfhist

dsprscprtn

dspsarcnt

dspsarcnts

dspslftst

dspslftsttbl

dspstatparms

dsptaskinfo

dsptotals

Help

i

insbiterror

memShow

movelic

myid

oldcnfcdrscprtn

pausediag

restartimagrp

resumediag

rrtcon

rundiagtest

runslftstno

setcmdc

setpagemode

startbert

stopbert

tstcon

tstconseg

tstdelay

upcon

upport

version

xaddcon

xclrchancnt

xclrportcnt

xcnfalm

xcnfalmcnt

xcnfcon

xcnfconabrparams

xcnfconabrrates

xcnfconstdabr

xcnfilmi

xcnfln

xcnfplpp

xcnfportq

xcnfrscprtn

xdelcon

xdnport

xdspchancnt

xdspcon

xdspcons

xdspconstdabr

xdspilmi

xdspln

xdsplns

xdspport

xdspportq

xdspportqs

xdspports

xupport


AUSM and MPSM Command Reference


The preferred tools to configure, monitor, and control an MGX 8830 or MGX 8850 switch are the CiscoView and Cisco WAN Manager applications. The command-line interface (CLI) also provides access to the MGX 8830 or MGX 8850 switches and is highly applicable during initial installation, troubleshooting, and any situation in which low-level control is useful.

The commands in the tables that follow (Table 6-1 to Table 6-7) are divided by major functional group. Each table shows the complete name of the command and the cards for which the command is valid. Examples of usage for the more common commands appear in the configuration chapters of this manual.

For information about navigating the command-line interface, refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, Cisco MGX 8830, and Cisco MGX 8880 Configuration Guide, Release 5.


Tip If you are viewing this material in a book- or chapter-length PDF file, you can click on any command in the following tables to link to the description for that command. You can also click on commands listed in the "Related Commands" sections to link to command descriptions.


Table 6-1 AUSM/MPSM Session Management Commands 

Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

?

X

X

X

X

aimhelp

X

X

X

X

clear

X

X

X

X

clrscrn

X

X

X

X

cls

X

X

X

X

Help

X

X

X

X

myid

X

X

X

X

setcmdc

X

X

X

X

setpagemode

X

X

X

X


Table 6-2 AUSM Card Management Commands 

Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

chkflash

X

X

X

X

clrcderrs

X

X

X

X

clrdiagresults

X

X

clrmsgcnt

X

X

X

X

clrslftst

X

X

X

X

clrtaskinfo

X

X

X

X

cnfdiagtest

X

X

cnffst

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

cnflic

X

X

cnfprfparam

X

X

cnfslftst

X

X

X

X

core

X

X

dspcd

X

X

X

X

dspcderrs

X

X

X

X

dspdiagresults

X

X

dspdiagtests

X

X

dspfeature

X

X

X

X

dspfst

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

dspmsgcnt

X

X

X

X

dspprfhist

X

X

dspslftst

X

X

X

X

dspslftsttbl

X

X

X

X

dspstatparms

X

X

X

X

dsptaskinfo

X

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

X

I

X

X

X

X

memShow

X

X

X

X

movelic

X

X

pausediag

X

X

resumediag

X

X

rundiagtest

X

X

runslftstno

X

X

version

X

X

X

X


Table 6-3 AUSM Line Management Commands 

Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

addln

X

X

X

X

addlnloop

X

X

X

X

clralm

X

X

X

X

clralmcnt

X

X

X

X

clralmcnts

X

X

X

X

clralms

X

X

X

X

cnbert

X

X

cnfln

X

X

X

X

cnflnloop

X

X

X

X

cnfplpp

X

X

X

X

delbert

X

X

delln

X

X

X

X

dellnloop

X

X

X

X

dspalm

X

X

X

X

dspalmcnf

X

X

X

X

dspalmcnt

X

X

X

X

dspalms

X

X

X

X

dspbert

X

X

dspbertstats

X

X

dspln

X

X

X

X

dsplns

X

X

X

X

dspplpp

X

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

X

insbiterror

X

X

startbert

X

X

stopbert

X

X


Table 6-4 AUSM Port Management Commands 

Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

addport

X

X

X

X

clrportcnt

X

X

X

X

clrportcnts

X

X

X

X

cnfilmi

X

X

X

X

cnfportq

X

X

X

X

delport

X

X

X

X

dnport

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

dspilmi

X

X

X

X

dspilmicnt

X

X

X

X

dsploads

X

X

X

X

dspport

X

X

X

X

dspportcnt

X

X

X

X

dspportq

X

X

X

X

dspportqs

X

X

X

X

dspports

X

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

X

upport

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)


Table 6-5 AUSM IMA and AIM Group Management Commands 

IMA Command
AIM Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

addimagrp

addaimgrp

X

X

X

X

addlns2imagrp

addlns2aimgrp

X

X

X

X

clrimagrpcnt

clraimgrpcnt

X

X

X

X

clrimalncnt

clraimlncnt

X

X

X

X

clrimatst

 

X

X

X

X

cnfautorestart

 

X

X

X

X

cnfimagrp

cnfaimgrp

X

X

X

X

cnfimaalmparm

 

X

X

X

X

cnfimaparms

 

X

X

cnfimatst

 

X

X

X

X

delimagrp

delaimgrp

X

X

X

X

dellnsfmimagrp

dellnsfmaimgrp

X

X

X

X

dspautorestart

 

X

X

X

X

dspimaalmparm

 

X

X

X

X

dspimagrp

dspaimgrp

X

X

X

X

dspimagrpcnt

dspaimgrpcnt

X

X

X

X

dspimagrps

dspaimgrps

X

X

X

X

dspimainfo

 

X

X

X

X

dspimaln

 

X

X

X

X

dspimalncnt

dspaimlncnt

X

X

X

X

dspimatst

 

X

X

X

X

restartimagrp

 

X

X

X

X



Tip Many of the commands used to manage IMA groups are presented in two forms. For example, the addimagrp command has the same parameters and serves the same function as the addaimgrp command. ATM Inverse Multiplexing (AIM) is an older term that refers to the same features supported by Inverse Multiplexing for ATM (IMA). If this feature is new to you, use the commands with ima in the command name. If you are accustomed to using the commands with aim in the command name, you can continue to use these commands.


Table 6-6 AUSM Resource Partition Management Commands 

Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

addrscprtn

X

X

X

X

cnfcdrscprtn

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

cnfcdprtntype

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

cnfportrscprtn

X

X

X

X

cnfrscprtn

X

X

X

X

delcdrscprtn

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

delrscprtn

X

X

X

X

dspcdprtntype

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

dspcdrscprtn

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

dspportrscprtn

X

X

X

X

dsprscprtn

X

X

X

X

oldcnfcdrscprtn

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)


Table 6-7 AUSM Connection Management Commands 

Command
AUSM-8T1/B
AUSM-8E1/B
MPSM-8-T1-ATM
MPSM-8-E1-ATM

addchan

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

addchanloop

X

X

X

X

addcon

X

X

X

X

addspvc

X (PXM1E only)

X (PXM1E only)

X

X

clrchancnt

X

X

X

X

clrchancnts

X

X

X

X

clrsarcnt

X

X

X

X

clrsarcnts

X

X

X

X

cnfchan

X

X

X

X

cnfchanfst

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

cnfchanq

X

X

X

X

cnfchantrapenbl

X (PXM1 only)

X (PXM1 only)

cnfcon

X

X

X

X

cnfconabrparams

X

X

X

X

cnfconabrrates

X

X

X

X

cnfconstdabr

X

X

X

X

cnfupcabr

X

X

X

X

cnfupccbr

X

X

X

X

cnfupcrtvbr

X

X

X

X

cnfupcubr

X

X

X

X

cnfupcvbr

X

X

X

X

copychans

X

X

X

X

delchan

X

X

X

X

delchanloop

X

X

X

X

delchans

X

X

X

X

delcon

X

X

X

X

dncon

X (PXM1E only)

X (PXM1E only)

X

X

dspchan

X

X

X

X

dspcacparm

X

X

X

X

dspchancnt

X

X

X

X

dspchans

X

X

X

X

dspcon

X

X

X

X

dspcons

X

X

X

X

dspconstdabr

X

X

X

X

dsplcn

X

X

X

X

dspmaptbl

X

X

X

X

dspsarcnt

X

X

X

X

dspsarcnts

X

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

X

rrtcon

X (PXM1E only)

X (PXM1E only)

X

X

tstcon

X

X

X

X

tstconseg

X

X

X

X

tstdelay

X

X

X

X

upcon

X (PXM1E only)

X (PXM1E only)

X

X


?

Help—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the? command to display a list of the commands supported on the AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

?

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

Help

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

The following example displays the command list for an AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > ?

?                     No       Any     Any User
Help                  No       Any     Any User
addaimgrp             Yes      Active  Group 1
addchanloop           No       Active  Group 4
addcon                Yes      Active  Group 2
addimagrp             Yes      Active  Group 1
addln                 Yes      Active  Group 1
addlnloop             Yes      Active  Service Group (-1)
addlns2aimgrp         Yes      Active  Group 1
addlns2imagrp         Yes      Active  Group 1
addport               Yes      Active  Group 1
addrscprtn            Yes      Active  Group 1
addspvc               Yes      Active  Group 2
aimhelp               No       Any     Any User
chkflash              No       Any     Strata Group (-2)
clear                 No       Any     Any User
clraimgrpcnt          No       Active  Group 1
clraimlncnt           No       Active  Group 1
clralm                No       Any     Group 5
clralmcnt             No       Any     Group 5

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

addaimgrp

Add AIM Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addaimgrp command to group up to 8 lines for operation as a single, logical ATM path with higher throughput.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

addaimgrp <group_num> <port_type> <list_of_links> <minNumLink>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

addaimgrp <group_num> <port_type> <links> <min_links> [ima_txid] [max_diff_delay] [ima_ver] [ima_frmlen] [ima_clkmode]

Syntax Description:

group_num

Enter a number for the IMA group.

Range: 1-8

Note The AUSM or MPSM card uses the IMA group number to identify the near and far ends of the group connection. Use different IMA group IDs at each end of an IMA connection so that the switch can distinguish between loopbacked lines (near end IMA group ID) and remote switch connections.

port_type

Enter a number to indicate the port type as follows:

1 = UNI

2 = NN1

list_of_links

or

links

List the links to be included in the group. Separate each link number by a period. For example, 1.2.3.4 adds links 1 through 4 to the IMA group.

minNumLink

or

min_links

Enter the minimum number of links required for group operation. For example, if you create an IMA group of 4 lines and specify a minimum number of 3 lines, then three of the four specified lines must be operational before the IMA group can be used. The range for this value is from 1 to n, where n represents the number of lines that are dedicated to the group.

ima_txid

The IMA ID number transmitted in the IMA ID field of the ICP cell. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.

Note The ima_txid parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

max_diff_delay

Sets the maximum differential delay, in milliseconds. For T1, enter a number from 0 through 275 ms. For E1, enter an number in the range from 0 through 200 ms.

Note The max_diff_delay parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_ver

Enter a number to indicate the version of ATM Forum IMA specifications for this IMA group, as follows:

1 = ver1.0

2 = ver1.1

Note The ima_ver parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_frmlen

The length of transmitted IMA frame in megabytes. For IMA version 1.0, the ima_frmlen value is always 128 megabytes. For version 1.1, the ima_frmlen value can be 32, 64, 128, or 256 megabytes.

Note The ima_frmlen parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_clkmode

Enter a number to indicate the Transmit Clock mode as follows:

1 = CTC

2 = ITC


Related Commands

addimagrp, addlns2aimgrp, cnfaimgrp, delaimgrp, dellnsfmaimgrp, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example creates an NNI IMA group on an AUSM card. The group number is 1, and it includes lines 1, 2, 3 and 4. A minimum of 3 lines is required for group operation.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addaimgrp 1 2 1.2.3.4 3

The following example creates an NNI IMA group on an MPSM-8T1-ATM card. The group number is 2, and it includes lines 1, 2, 3 and 4. A minimum of 2 lines is required for group operation. The IMA ID 255 will be transmitted in the IMA ID field of the ICP cell, and the maximum differential delay for the group is 200 milliseconds. This group follows ATM Forum specification for IMA version 1.0. The transmitted frame length is 128 megabytes, and the IMA group uses an ITC transmit clock mode.

M8850_R1.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > addaimgrp 2 2 2.3 2 255 200 1 128 2

M8850_R1.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >




addchan

Add a Channel (PXM1 ONLY)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addchan command to configure channels on the current AUSM or MPSM card.


Note The addchan command is available only for AUSM or MPSM cards installed in switches that have PXM1 controllers.


Syntax:

addchan <channel number> <connection type> <port number> <vpi> <vci> <service type> <mastership> <locnsap> <rmtvpi> <rmtvci> <rmtnsap>

Syntax Description

channel number

Channel number, in the range 16-1015.

connection type

Value to set connection type as either virtual path connection (VPC) or virtual channel connection (VCC). Enter 0 to indicate VCC. Enter a number in the range from 1 through 1000 to indicate a VPC

port number

Port number, in the range 1-8.

vpi

Virtual path identifier (VPI) value, in the range 0-255.

vci

Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI).

For a VCC on a UNI, the range is 1-4095. On an NNI or VNNI, the VCI range is 1-65535. For MPLS, the recommended minimum VCI is 35.

For a VPC, the vci is asterisk (*).

service type

Value to set service type.

1 = CBR (Constant Bit Rate)

2 = VBR (Variable Bit Rate)

3 = ABR (Available Bit Rate)

4 = UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate)

mastership

Value to set status of current end as master or slave.

1 = master

2 = slave

locnsap

A 20-byte string, which is the hexadecimal form of the ASCII character string that identifies the local node name, slot, and port in NSAP format.

rmtvpi

Remote VPI value, in the range 1-255.

rmtvci

Remote VCI value, in the range 1-65535. This setting should be identical to that for the logical port number of the remote endpoint.

rmtnsap

20-byte string, which is the hexadecimal form of the ASCII character string that identifies the remote node name, slot, and port in NSAP format.


Related Commands

cnfchan, dspchan, dspchans, delchan, delchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

The following example adds a VCC connection to channel 16 on port 1, with a vpi of 1, a vci of 1, an ABR service type, and an egress queue number of 1.

spirit4.1.18.AUSM.a > addchan 16 2 1 1 1 3 1

spirit4.1.18.AUSM.a >  

addchanloop

Add a Channel Loopback—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addchanloop command to configure a channel loopback to the current AUSM or MPSM card. This command causes the channel to loop at the segmentation and reassembly (SAR) stage.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

addchanloop <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

addchanloop <channel number>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to test. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

or

channel number

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to test. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.


Related Commands

delchanloop, tstcon, tstdelay

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 4


Example

The following example adds a channel loop on an AUSM card by specifying the channel number.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > addchanloop 17

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

The next example adds a channel loop on an AUSM card by specifying the port, VPI, and VCI numbers.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > addchanloop 1.100.100

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

addcon

Add Connection—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addcon command to configure one end of an SPVC connection on a port on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

This software release supports double-ended and single-ended provisioning. Double-ended provisioning requires that you configure the slave end of the SPVC first, and then configure the master end of the SPVC. You can configure both slave and master endpoints for double-ended provisioned connections using the addcon command.

Single-ended provisioning allows you to configure only the master end of the connection, and the master end automatically configures the slave end. This software release supports single ended provisioning where the master end point is defined on another device and the AUSM or MPSM card hosts the slave connection. This software release does not support single-ended provisioning with a master on the local AUSM or MPSM card.

When you add a connection, the software checks the configuration at the remote end to be sure the remote connection configuration is compatible. If the local and remote configuration parameters are not compatible, the connection is not added.


Note If the addcon command fails and displays the "Failed to update disk" message, it could be that the PNNI controller has not been added on the PXM1E card. For information on adding the PNNI controller, refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, Cisco MGX 8830, and Cisco MGX 8880 Configuration Guide, Release 5.


Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM, AUSM-8T1/B, and AUSM-8E1/B on PXM1E and PXM45

addcon <port_number> <vpi> <vci> [-ct <ConnectionType>] [-contp <ControllerType>] [-st <ServiceClassTtype>] [-master <MasterShip>] [-rmc <RemoteConnId>] [-abrpcr <ABRPCR>] [-abrmcr <ABRMCR>] [-abrtype <ABRType>] [-osub <OvrSubFlag>] [-ipcu <IngrPercentUtil>] [-epcu <EgrPercentUtil>] [-upce <UpcEnable>] [-scrp <SCRPolicing>] [-ccdv <CDVT[0+1]>] [-cte <CLPTagEnable>] [-dis <DiscardOption>] [-pcr01 <IngrUpcPCR[0+1]>] [-scr <IngrUpcSCR>] [-cbs <MaxBurstSize>] [-maxcost <MaxCost>] [-rtngpri <RoutingPriority>] [-type <restrictedType>] [-rpcr <RemotePCR>] [-rscr <RemoteSCR>] [-rmcr <RemoteMCR>] [-rcbs <RemoteMaxBurstSize>]

Syntax Description: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM, AUSM-8T1/B, and AUSM-8E1/B on PXM1E and PXM45

port_num

Enter the port number for the ATM port or IMA group to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command.

vpi

Enter a VPI number in the range from 0 to 255.

vci

Enter a VCI number in the range from 35 to 65535. For virtual path connections, enter *.

ConnectionType

Enter a connection type:

VCC = 0

VPC range = 1 to 1000

ControllerType

Controller type. Select one of the following:

1 = PAR

2 = PNNI (default)

3 = MPLS

ServiceClassTtype

Service class type. Select one of the following service types:

1 = CBR

5 = nrt-VBR

3 = ABR

4 =UBR

5 = RT-VBR

21 = CBR1

31 = CBR2

32 = CBR3

22 = RT-VBR1

23 = RT-VBR2

24 = RT-VBR3

25 = NRT-VBR1

26 = NRT-VBR2

27 = NRT-VBR3

28 = UBR1

29 = UBR2

MasterShip

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = master

2 = slave (default)

RemoteConnId

Remote connection ID. This option is used when defining the master end of a connection. Enter the slave connection ID as it appears after the addcon command is issued. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI.

ABRPCR

Peak cell rate for ABR connections. The range is 10 to 38328 cps.

ABRMCR

Minimum cell rate for ABR connections. The range is 10 to 38328 cps.

ABRType

ABR connection behavior type:

Switch behavior = 1

Source/destination behavior = 2

OvrSubFlag

Subscription override. To apply CAC, enter -osub 1. To ignore CAC, enter -osub 2. Default setting does not apply CAC.

IngrPercentUtil

Ingress percent utilization. Range is 1 to 100 percent. Default setting is 100 percent.

EgrPercentUtil

Egress percent utilization. Range is 1 to 100 percent. Default setting is 100 percent.

UpcEnable

Usage parameter control (UPC) feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable UPC.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

SCRPolicing

Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) policing method:

CLP[0] = 1

CLP[0+1] = 2

No SCR policing = 3

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

CDVT[0+1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance (CDVT[0+1]). The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

CLPTagEnable

Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable CLP tagging.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

DiscardOption

Enter the cell discard method:

CLP hysteresis = 1

Frame based = 2

-pcr01

Peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

IngrUpcPCR[0+1]

Select the ingress UPC Committed Information Rate (CIR). The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

MaxBurstSize

Enter the maximum burst size. The range is 1 to 5000 cells.

MaxCost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

RoutingPriority

Routing priority for this connection. Range is 1 to 15. Default setting is 8.

restrictedType

Trunk restriction option. To restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks, enter -type 2. To restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks, enter -type 3. To enable connection routing without trunk restrictions, enter -type 1. Default setting routes connections with no restrictions.

RemotePCR

Remote peak cell rate in cells per second (cps). The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

RemoteSCR

Remote sustainable cell rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

RemoteMCR

Remote minimum cell rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

RemoteMaxBurstSize

Remote maximum burst size. Range is 1 to 5,000,000.


Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM, AUSM-8T1/B, and AUSM-8E1/B on PXM1

addcon <port_number> <vpi> <vci> <conn_type> <service_type> [Controller_Type] [mastership] [remoteConnId]

Syntax Description: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM, AUSM-8T1/B, and AUSM-8E1/B on PXM1

port_num

Enter the port number for the ATM port or IMA group to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command.

vpi

Enter a VPI number in the range from 0 to 255.

vci

Enter a VCI number in the range from 35 to 65535. For virtual path connections, enter *.

conn_type

Enter a connection type:

VCC = 0

VPC range = 1 to 1000

service_type

Service class type. Enter a number to indicate the service type, as follows:

1 = CBR

2 = VBR

3 = Standard ABR

4 = UBR

5 = rt-VBR

6 = ForeSight ABR

Controller_Type

Controller type. Select one of the following:

1 = PAR(default)

2 = PNNI

mastership

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = master

2 = slave (default)

remoteConnId

Remote connection ID. This option is used when defining the master end of a connection. Enter the slave connection ID as it appears after the addcon command is issued. The format is: NodeName.SlotNo.PortNo.VPI.VCI.


Related Commands

cnfcon, delcon, dncon, dspcon, dspcons. rrtcon, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

The following addcon command defines a port as the slave side of an SPVC connection. Note the slave Local Connection ID shown at the end of the display. The following example is done on an AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > addcon 1 100 100

Local Connection Id is : 4700918100000000016444445c00000101230100.100.100


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

addimagrp

Add IMA Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addimagrp command to group up to 8 lines for operation as a single, logical ATM path with higher throughput.

Syntax: AUSM-8-T1/B, AUSM-8-E1/B

addimagrp <group_num> <port_type> <list_of_links> <minNumLink>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

addimagrp <group_num> <port_type> <links> <min_links> [ima_txid] [max_diff_delay] [ima_ver] [ima_frmlen]

Syntax Description:

group_num

Enter a number for the IMA group.

Range: 1-8

Note The AUSM or MPSM card uses the IMA group number to identify the near and far ends of the group connection. Use different IMA group IDs at each end of an IMA connection so that the switch can distinguish between loopbacked lines (near end IMA group ID) and remote switch connections.

port_type

Enter a number to indicate the port type as follows:

1 = UNI

2 = NN1

list_of_links

or

links

List the links to be included in the group. Separate each link number by a period. For example, 1.2.3.4 adds links 1 through 4 to the IMA group.

minNumLink

or

min_links

Enter the minimum number of links required for group operation. For example, if you create an IMA group of 4 lines and specify a minimum number of 3 lines, then three of the four specified lines must be operational before the IMA group can be used. The range for this value is from 1 to n, where n represents the number of lines that are dedicated to the group.

ima_txid

The IMA ID number transmitted in the IMA ID field of the ICP cell. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.

Note The ima_txid parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

max_diff_delay

Sets the maximum differential delay, in milliseconds. For T1, enter a number from 0 through 275 ms. For E1, enter an number in the range from 0 through 200 ms.

Note The max_diff_delay parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_ver

Enter a number to indicate the version of ATM Forum IMA specifications for this IMA group, as follows:

1 = version 1.0

2 = version 1.1

Note The ima_ver parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_frmlen

The length of transmitted IMA frame in megabytes. For IMA version 1.0, the ima_frmlen value is always 128 megabytes. For version 1.1, the ima_frmlen value can be 32, 64, 128, or 256 megabytes.

Note The ima_frmlen parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.


Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2imagrp, cnfimagrp, delimagrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example creates an NNI IMA group 1 with lines 1, 2, 3 and 4. The minimum number of lines is 3. The following example is done on an AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addimagrp 1 2 1.2.3.4 3

addln

Add Line—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addln command to activate a line on an AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

addln <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Enter the line number you want to activate. For a list of the lines available on the current card, enter the dsplns command.


Related Commands

cnfln, delln, dspln, dsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring up line 8 on an AUSM-8T1/B card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > addln 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

addlnloop

Add Line Loop—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addlnloop command to loop the transmit and receive paths on a line for testing.

Syntax

addlnloop <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Use the dsplns command to display the available lines.


Related Commands

dellnloop, dspln


Tip Use the dspln command to display the loopback status of a line.


Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Place line 8 on the AUSM card in loopback mode.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > addlnloop 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

addlns2aimgrp

Add Lines to AIM Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addlns2aimgrp command to add lines to an existing IMA group.

Syntax

addlns2aimgrp <group_num> <list_of_lines>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

list_of_lines

List the lines to be included in the group. Separate each line number by a period. For example, 1.2.3.4 adds lines 1 through 4 to the IMA group.


Related Commands

addaimgrp, cnfaimgrp, delaimgrp, dellnsfmaimgrp, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example shows how to add a single line to an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addlns2aimgrp 1 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

The next example shows how to add multiple lines to an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addlns2aimgrp 1 7.8

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > 

addlns2imagrp

Add Lines to IMA Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addlns2imagrp command to add lines to an existing IMA group.

Syntax

addlns2imagrp <group_num> <list_of_lines>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

list_of_lines

List the lines to be included in the group. Separate each line number by a period. For example, 1.2.3.4 adds lines 1 through 4 to the IMA group.


Related Commands

addimagrp, cnfimagrp, delimagrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example shows how to add a single line to an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addlns2imagrp 1 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

The next example shows how to add multiple lines to an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addlns2imagrp 1 7.8

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > 

addport

Add Port—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addport command to add ATM layer services to a line.

Syntax

addport <port_num> <port_type> <line_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Identifies the ATM port. The port number range is 1 to 8.

Note The available port numbers are shared by ATM ports and IMA groups. If a port number is in use as either an ATM port number or as an IMA group number, that port number cannot be used for other ATM ports or IMA groups.

port_type

Enter a number to indicate the type of ATM service on the port you are adding:

1 = UNI

2 = NNI

line_num

Line number to which the port definition applies. The line number range is 1 to 8.

Note If a line is assigned to an IMA group, you cannot use that line for an ATM port unless you remove the line from the IMA group.


Related Commands

delport, dspport, dspports

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Add port 8 to line 8 and define the port as a UNI port.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > addport 8 1 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

addrscprtn

Add Resource Partition—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

A resource partition assigns port resources such as bandwidth and a VPI and VCI range to a specific controller such as PNNI. In this release, a PNNI resource partition is automatically created when a port is created, and all resources are assigned to the PNNI controller. Use the addrscprtn command to add a resource partition after you have deleted the resource partition for a port.

Syntax

addrscprtn <port_num> <cntrlr_type> <pct_bw_ingr> <pct_bw_egr> <low_vpi> <high_vpi> <low_vci> <high_vci> <low_vpid> <high_vpid> <max_lcn> <cntrlr_id>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number to be partitioned. You must add a port to a line before you can define a partition for a port. Use the dspports command to view the available ports.

cntrlr_type

Controller for this partition. Enter 2 as the PNNI controller is the only controller type supported in this release.

PAR = 1

PNNI = 2

MPLS = 3

pct_bw_ingr

Ingress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for ingress communications. Range is 1 to 100 percent.

pct_bw_egr

Egress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for egress communications. Range is 1 to 100 percent.

low_vpi

Enter the minimum VPI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 255.

high_vpi

Enter the maximum VPI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 255.

low_vci

Enter the minimum VCI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 65535.

high_vci

Enter the maximum VCI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 65535.

low_vpid

Enter the minimum virtual path identification number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 1 to 1000.

high_vpid

Enter the maximum virtual path identification number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 1 to 1000.

max_lcn

Maximum LCN to be used on this port. Range is 1 to 1000.

cntrlr_id

Enter a number that will be associated with the controller used by this partition. Range is 1 to 255.

This paramter is available only on MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM, AUSM-8T1/B, and AUSM-8E1/B cards that are installed in MGX switches that have PXM45 or PXM1E controllers.


Related Commands

cnfrscprtn, delrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example adds a resource partition to a port after the default partition was deleted.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > addrscprtn 1 2 100 100 0 255 35 65535 1 1000 1000 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >


Tip Several specifications reserve VCI values in the range of 0 through 35. If you are not familiar with these specifications and want to avoid potential conflicts, set the lower VCI value to 35.


addspvc

Add SPVC (PXM1E/PXM45 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the addspvc command to configure one end of an SPVC connection on a port on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

This software release supports double-ended and single-ended provisioning. Double-ended provisioning requires that you configure the slave end of the SPVC first, and then configure the master end of the SPVC. You can configure both slave and master endpoints for double-ended provisioned connections using the addspvc command.

Single-ended provisioning allows you to configure only the master end of the connection, and the master end automatically configures the slave end. This software release supports single ended provisioning where the master end point is defined on another device and the AUSM or MPSM card hosts the slave connection. This software release does not support single-ended provisioning with a master on the local AUSM or MPSM card.

When you add a connection, the software checks the configuration at the remote end to be sure the remote connection configuration is compatible. If the local and remote configuration parameters are not compatible, the connection is not added.

Syntax:

addspvc <port_number> <vpi> <vci> [-ct <ConnectionType>] [-contp <ControllerType>] [-st <ServiceClassTtype>] [-master <MasterShip>] [-rmc <RemoteConnId>] [-abrpcr <ABRPCR>] [-abrmcr <ABRMCR>] [-abrtype <ABRType>] [-osub <OvrSubFlag>] [-ipcu <IngrPercentUtil>] [-epcu <EgrPercentUtil>] [-upce <UpcEnable>] [-scrp <SCRPolicing>] [-ccdv <CDVT[0+1]>] [-cte <CLPTagEnable>] [-dis <DiscardOption>] [-pcr01 <IngrUpcPCR[0+1]>] [-scrp <IngrUpcSCR>] [-cbs <MaxBurstSize>] [-maxcost <MaxCost>] [-rtngpri <RoutingPriority>] [-type <restrictedType>] [-rpcr <RemotePCR>] [-rscr <RemoteSCR>] [-rmcr <RemoteMCR>] [-rcbs <RemoteMaxBurstSize>]

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the ATM port or IMA group to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command.

vpi

Enter a VPI number in the range from 0 to 255.

vci

Enter a VCI number in the range from 35 to 65535. For virtual path connections, enter *.

ConnectionType

Enter a connection type:

VCC = 0

VPC range = 1 to 1000

ControllerType

Controller type. Select one of the following:

1 = PAR

2 = PNNI (default)

3 = MPLS

ServiceClassType

Service class type. Select one of the following service types:

1 = CBR

5 = nrt-VBR

3 = ABR

4 =UBR

5 = RT-VBR

21 = CBR1

31 = CBR2

32 = CBR3

22 = RT-VBR1

23 = RT-VBR2

24 = RT-VBR3

25 = NRT-VBR1

26 = NRT-VBR2

27 = NRT-VBR3

28 = UBR1

29 = UBR2

MasterShip

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = master

2 = slave (default)

RemoteConnId

Remote connection ID. This option is used when defining the master end of a connection. Enter the slave connection ID as it appears after the addcon command is issued. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI.

ABRPCR

Peak cell rate for ABR connections. The range is 10 to 38328 cps.

ABRMCR

Minimum cell rate for ABR connections. The range is 10 to 38328 cps.

ABRType

Enter a number to indicate the ABR connection behavior type on this SPVC:

1 = Switch behavior

2 = Source/destination behavior

OvrSubFlag

Subscription override. To apply CAC, enter -osub 1. To ignore CAC, enter -osub 2. Default setting does not apply CAC.

IngrPercentUtil

Ingress percent utilization. Range is 1 to 100 percent. Default setting is 100 percent.

EgrPercentUtil

Egress percent utilization. Range is 1 to 100 percent. Default setting is 100 percent.

UpcEnable

Usage parameter control (UPC) feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable UPC.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

SCRPolicing

Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) policing method:

1 = CLP[0]

2 = CLP[0+1]

3 = No SCR policing

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

CDVT[0+1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance (CDVT[0+1]). The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

CLPTagEnable

Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable CLP tagging.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

DiscardOption

Enter a number to indicate the cell discard method:

1 = CLP hysteresis

2 = Frame based

IngrUpcPCR[0+1]

Enter a number to select the ingress UPC PCR[0+1]:

Full ATM port rate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830) = 10

IMA group rate = ATM port rate x #links

IngrUpcSCR

Select the ingress UPC Committed Information Rate (CIR):

Full ATM port rate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830) = 10

IMA group rate = ATM port rate x #links

MaxBurstSize

Enter the maximum burst size. The range is 1 to 5000 cells.

MaxCost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

RoutingPriority

Routing priority for this connection. Range is 1 to 15. Default setting is 8.

restrictedType

Trunk restriction option. To restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks, enter -type 2. To restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks, enter -type 3. To enable connection routing without trunk restrictions, enter -type 1. Default setting routes connections with no restrictions.

RemotePCR

Remote peak cell rate in cells per second (cps):

Full ATM port rate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830) = 10

IMA group rate = ATM port rate x #links

RemoteSCR

Remote sustainable cell rate:

Full ATM port rate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830) = 10

IMA group rate = ATM port rate x #links

RemoteMCR

Remote minimum cell rate:

Full ATM port rate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830) = 10

IMA group rate = ATM port rate x #links

RemoteMaxBurstSize

Remote maximum burst size. Range is 1 to 5,000,000.


Related Commands

cnfcon, delcon, dncon, dspcon, dspcons. rrtcon, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

The following addspvc command defines a port as the slave side of an SPVC connection. Note the slave Local Connection ID shown at the end of the display.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > addspvc 1 100 100

Local Connection Id is : 4700918100000000016444445c00000101230100.100.100


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

aimhelp

AIM Help—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the aimhelp command to display the commands and command descriptions for the AUSM or MPSM service module.

Syntax

aimhelp

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

? command, help

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any State

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the help screen for the AUSM service module.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > aimhelp

AUSM-8P Commands     

  addcon          :  Add a Connection
  addimagrp       :  Add an IMA group
  addln           :  Add a line
  addlnloop       :  Configure a line in local loopback
  addlns2imagrp   :  Add lines to an existing IMA group
  clralmcnt       :  Clear DS1 alarm count
  clralmcnts      :  Clear alarm count for all DS1 lines
  clralm          :  Clear the DS1 line alarms
  clrchancnt      :  Clear Channel Counters
  clrchancnts     :  Clear Channel Counters for all channels
  clralms         :  Clear DS1 alarms on all lines
  clrimagrpcnt    :  Clear IMA group Counters
  clrimalncnt     :  Clear IMA counters on a particular line
  clrportcnt      :  Clear Port Counters
  clrportcnts     :  Clear Port Counters for all ports
  clrsarcnt       :  Clear SAR channel counters
  clrsarcnts      :  Clear SAR counters for all channels
  clrslftst       :  Clear self test results
  clrimatst       :  clear IMA test procedure

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

chkflash

Check Flash—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the chkflash command to display the length of the boot software file and the status of the checksum.

Syntax

chkflash

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspcd, version

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Strata Group


Example

Check the boot software status on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > chkflash
Program length = 377836
Calculated checksum = 3818c59a stored checksum = 3818c59a
Flash checksum passed

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clear

Clear Screen—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clear command to clear any previous commands from the session screen or window.

Syntax

clear

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrscrn, cls

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

After you enter the clear command, the only text that appears on the screen is the CLI prompt.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clraimgrpcnt

Clear AIM Group Counter—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clraimgrpcnt command to clear the failure count for a specific IMA group on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clraimgrpcnt <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

clraimlncnt, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrpcnt, dspaimgrps, dspaimlncnt, dspimainfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the failure count for IMA group 1 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clraimgrpcnt 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clraimlncnt

Clear AIM Line Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clraimlncnt command to clear the counters for a specific line in a specific IMA group.

Syntax

clraimlncnt <group_num> <linenum>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

linenum

Enter the number for the line you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the lines assigned to an IMA group.


Related Commands

clraimgrpcnt, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrpcnt, dspaimgrps, dspaimlncnt, dspimainfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the line counters for line 1 in IMA group 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clraimlncnt 1 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clralm

Clear Alarm—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clralm command to clear any active alarms on a specific line of the current AUSM or MPSM card. The alarms will not clear if the alarm cause is still present.

Syntax

clralm -ds1 <line>

Syntax Description

line

Line number for the line you want to display the alarm configuration. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralms, dspalm, dspalms

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the active alarms for line 2 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clralm -ds1 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clralmcnt

Clear Alarm Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clralmcnt command to clear the alarm counters for a line on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clralmcnt -ds1 <line>

Syntax Description

line

Line number for the line you want to display the alarm configuration. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralmcnts, dspalmcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the alarm counters for line 2 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clralmcnt -ds1 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clralmcnts

Clear Alarm Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clralmcnts command to clear the alarm counters for all lines on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clralmcnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clralmcnt, dspalmcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the alarm counters for all lines on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clralmcnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clralms

Clear Alarms—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clralms command to clear active alarms on all lines of the current AUSM or MPSM card. The alarms will not clear if the alarm cause is still present.

Syntax

clralms

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clralm, dspalm, dspalms

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the active alarms for all lines on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clralms

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrbertstats

Clear Bit Error Rate Testing Statistics—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrbertstats command to clear all statistics that have accumulated during Bit Error Rate Testing on the current card. This command can be used to reset the statistics counters while Bit Error Rate Testing is running or it can be used to reset statistics counters after Bit Error Rate Testing has been stopped.

Syntax

clrbertstats <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

Specify the interface number on which to clear Bit Error Rate Testing statistics using the format line.port.

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Port number Range: 1-8

Note To specify a Line BERT test, the Port Number = 0.


Related Commands

cnfbert, delbert, dspbert, dspbertstats, insbiterror, startbert, stopbert

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the BERT statistics on the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6 and then verify that the statistics have been cleared.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > clrbertstats 1.0

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspbertstats 1.0

 Interface Number          : 1.0
 Rx Bit Count              : 0
 Rx Bit Error Count        : 0
 Sync Loss Transition      : 0
 Pattern Loss Count (secs) : 0


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

6

clrcderrs

Clear Hardware/Reset Errors in BRAM—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrcderrs command to clear all card-related errors on an AUSM or MPSM card. No response messages appear on screen.

Syntax

clrcderrs

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspcderrs

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Super Group


Example

Clear all card-related errors on the AUSM in slot 21.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clrcderrs
PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrchancnt

Clear Channel Statistics Count—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrchancnt command to clear the statistics counters for a connection.

Syntax

clrchancnt <port.VPI.VCI|channel>

Syntax Description

port.VPI.VCI

Specify the port, VPI, and VCI for the connection where statistics are to be cleared using the format port.VPI.VCI. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

channel

Specify the channel for the connection where statistics are to be cleared. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.


Related Commands

clrchancnts, dspchancnt, dspchans, dspcons,

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the statistics for channel 19.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clrchancnt 19

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrchancnts

Clear Channel Statistics Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrchancnts command to clear the statistics counters for all connections on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clrchancnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrchancnt, dspchancnt, dspchans, dspcons

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 3


Example

Clear the statistics for all channels on the AUSM card in slot 21.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clrchancnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrdiagresults

Clear Diagnostics Results—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrdiagresults command to clear the results of all the configured online diagnostic tests.

Syntax

clrdiagresults

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfdiagtest, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear all the diagnostic tests results on the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6, and then confirm that the 
results have been cleared with the dspdiagresults command.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > clrdiagresults

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspdiagresults

Online Diagnostic tests RUNNING.
 
ID Name                           Enable    Attempts   FailCnt   Result   
-- ------------------------------ -------   --------   -------   -------  
1  Boot Checksum                  Yes           0         0       N/A   
2  Front card NVRAM Checksum      Yes           0         0       N/A   
3  CPU Performance Monitor        Yes           0         0       N/A   
4  NP Performance Monitor         Yes           0         0       N/A   
5  SLFP Access                    Yes           0         0       N/A   
6  MPCTL Access                   Yes           0         0       N/A   
7  FRAMER Access                  Yes           0         0       N/A   
8  LDRAM Memory Availability      Yes           0         0       N/A   
9  Host Memory Availability       Yes           0         0       N/A   
10 Packet Memory Availability     Yes           0         0       N/A   
11 Internal Memory Availability   Yes           0         0       N/A   
12 Parameter Memory Availability  Yes           0         0       N/A   
13 Host Memory Access             Yes           0         0       N/A   
14 Packet Memory Access           Yes           0         0       N/A   
15 Parameter Memory Access        Yes           0         0       N/A   
16 MPCTL Error Monitor            Yes           0         0       N/A   
17 NP Error Monitor               Yes           0         0       N/A   
18 NP Health Check                Yes           0         0       N/A   
19 MPCTL Loopback                 Yes           0         0       N/A   
20 PXM Data Path Loopback Test    Yes           0         0       N/A   
21 NP TDM Loopback Test           No            0         0       N/A   
22 SLFP TDM Loopback Test         No            0         0       N/A   
23 Framer Loopback Test           No            0         0       N/A 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 

clrimagrpcnt

Clear IMA Group Counter—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrimagrpcnt command to clear the failure count for a specific IMA group on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clrimagrpcnt <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

clrimalncnt, dspimagrp, dspimagrpcnt, dspimagrps, dspimainfo, dspimalncnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the failure count for IMA group 1 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clrimagrpcnt 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clrimalncnt

Clear IMA Line Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrimalncnt command to clear the counters for a specific line in a specific IMA group.

Syntax

clrimalncnt <group_num> <linenum>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

linenum

Enter the number for the line you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the lines assigned to an IMA group.


Related Commands

clrimagrpcnt, dspimagrp, dspimagrpcnt, dspimagrps, dspimainfo, dspimalncnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the line counters for line 1 in IMA group 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clrimalncnt 1 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clrimatst

Clear IMA Test—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrimatst command to clear the IMA self test for the specified IMA group.

Syntax

clrimatst <group_num> <test_proc_status>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to configure. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

test_proc_status

Enter the value 1.


Related Commands

cnfimatst, dspimagrp, dspimagrps, dspimatst

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the IMA test feature for IMA group 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clrimatst 1 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clrmsgcnt

Clear Message Count—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Clear the message counters for the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clrmsgcnt

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspmsgcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the message counters for the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clrmsgcnt

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrportcnt

Clear Port Counter—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrportcnt command to clear counter values on a specified port associated with the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

clrportcnt <port_ number>

Syntax Description

port_ number

Port number on which to clear the counters. Use the dspports command to view the configured ports.


Related Commands

clrportcnts, dspportcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the counters on port 1 of the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clrportcnt 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clrportcnts

Clear Port Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrportcnts command to clear all port counters on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

clrportcnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrportcnt, dspportcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the counters on all ports of the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > clrportcnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

clrsarcnt

Clear SAR Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrsarcnt command to clear the Segmentation And Reassembly (SAR) counter statistics for a specific connection.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

clrsarcnt <port_num.vpi.vci>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

clrsarcnt -chn <ChanNum>

or

clrsarcnt <port_num.vpi.vci>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection whose SAR counter statistics you want to clear.

Note To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display.

Note The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify.

Note The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

ChanNum

Enter the channel number associated with the connection whose SAR counter statistics you want to clear.

Note You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.


Related Commands

clrsarcnts, dspsarcnt, dspsarcnts

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the SAR counters for the connection on port 1 with VPI/VCI 100/100.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > clrsarcnt 1 100 100

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

clrsarcnts

Clear SAR Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrsarcnts command to clear the Segmentation And Reassembly (SAR) counter statistics for all connections on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clrsarcnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrsarcnt, dspsarcnt, dspsarcnts

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 5


Example

Clear the SAR counters on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > clrsarcnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

clrscrn

Clear Screen—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrscrn command to clear any previous commands from the session screen or window.

Syntax

clrscrn

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clear, cls

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

After you enter the clrscrn command, the only text that appears on the screen is the CLI prompt.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrslftst

Clear Self-Test—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

Use the clrslftst command to clear the pass and fail columns in the self test table, which you can view with the dspslftsttbl command.

Syntax

clrslftst

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfslftst, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any State

Privilege: Any User


Example

Clear the self test table for the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clrslftst

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

clrtaskinfo

Clear Task Information—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the clrtaskinfo command to clear the task information counters that can be displayed with the dsptaskinfo command.

Syntax

clrtaskinfo

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dsptaskinfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Clear the task information counters.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > clrtaskinfo

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

cls

Clear Screen—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cls command to clear any previous commands from the session screen or window.

Syntax

cls

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clear, clrscrn

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

After you enter the cls command, the only text that appears on the screen is the CLI prompt.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

cnfaimgrp

Configure AIM Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfaimgrp command to change the minimum number of lines required for IMA group operation (set with addimagrp) or to change the maximum differential delay setting for the group.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

cnfaimgrp <group_num> <max_diff_delay> <minNumLink>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

cnfaimgrp <group_num> <max_diff_delay> <min_links> [ima_txid] [ima_ver] [ima_frmlen] [ima_clkmode]

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to configure. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

max_diff_delay

Specify the maximum tolerable differential delay between the various links in the IMA group in the range appropriate for the SM type.

AUSM8-T1 or MPSM8-T1: 0-275 ms

AUSM8-E1 or MPSM8-E1: 0-200 ms

minNumLink

Enter the minimum number of lines required for group operation. For example, if you create an IMA group of 4 lines and specify a minimum number of 3 lines, then three of the four specified lines must be operational before the IMA group can be used. The range for this value is from 1 to n, where n represents the number of lines that are dedicated to the group.

ima_txid

The IMA ID number transmitted in the IMA ID field of the ICP cell. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.

Note The ima_txid parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_ver

Enter a number to indicate the version of ATM Forum IMA specifications for this IMA group, as follows:

1 = version 1.0

2 = version 1.1

Note The ima_ver parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_frmlen

The length of transmitted IMA frame in megabytes. For IMA version 1.0, the ima_frmlen value is always 128 megabytes. For version 1.1, the ima_frmlen value can be 32, 64, 128, or 256 megabytes.

Note The ima_frmlen parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_clkmode

Enter a number to indicate the Transmit Clock mode as follows:

1 = CTC

2 = ITC


Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2imagrp, delaimgrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure IMA group 1 for the default 275 ms maximum differential delay, and set the minimum number of lines to 2.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfaimgrp 1 275 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnfautorestart

Configure Auto Restart—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The cnfautorestart command enables or disables the IMA group automatic restart feature for all IMA groups on the current AUSM or MPSM card. This feature automatically restarts an IMA group when IMA group operation stops due to the following types of service events:

One or more lines placed in loopback at the near or far end

One or more lines inadvertently moved to another switch

The far end IMA group is deleted and re-added

Line changes can halt IMA group operation when the affected lines are the only operational lines in the IMA group.


Note For the IMA automatic restart feature to work properly, the IMA group IDs (addimagrp command) at each end of the IMA connection must be different. If the IMA group IDs are the same, the AUSM or MPSM card can not differentiate between lines that are connected to the remote switch and lines that are in loopback mode.


Syntax

cnfautorestart <type>

Syntax Description

type

Enter 1 to disable the automatic restart feature, or enter 2 to enable this feature.


Related Commands

dspautorestart, restartimagrp

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Enable the IMA group automatic restart feature.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfautorestart 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnfbert

Configure Bit Error Rate Testing—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfbert command to configure BERT on a line or port.

Syntax

cnfbert <ifNumber> [-tp <TestPattern>] [-lpbk <loopback>] [-eir <errorInsertRate>]

Syntax Description

ifNumber

Specify the interface number to be configured using the format line.port.

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Port number Range: 1-8

Note To specify a Line BERT test, the Port Number = 0.

When you enter the cnfbert command with only the interface number specified with no other options selected, the Bit Error Rate Test is configured using the defaults: test pattern 25, no loopback, and no error insertion rate.

TestPattern

Test pattern. Default test pattern is 25.

1 = All Zeros

2 = All Ones

3 = Alternate One and Zero

4 = Double Alternate Ones and Zeroes

5 = 1 in 4

6 = 1 in 8

7 = 1 in 16

8 = 3 in 24

9 = Inband Loop Back Activate

10 = Inband Loop Back Deactivate

11 = Three Bit (2^3-1)

12 = Four Bit (2^4-1)

13 = Five Bit (2^5-1)

14 = Six Bit (2^6-1)

15 = Seven Bit (2^7-1)

16 = Seven Bit (2^7-1) Fractional T1 Loop Up

17 = Seven Bit (2^7-1) Fractional T1 Loop Down

18 = Nine Bit (2^9-1)

19 = Ten Bit (2^10-1)

20 = Eleven Bit (2^11-1)

21 = Fifteen Bit (2^15-1)

22 = Seventeen Bit (2^17-1)

23 = Eighteen Bit (2^18-1)

24 = Twenty Bit (2^20-1)

25 = Twenty Bit (2^20-1) QRSS

26 = Twenty One Bit (2^21-1)

27 = Twenty Two Bit (2^22-1)

28 = Twenty Three Bit (2^23-1)

29 = Twenty Five Bit (2^25-1)

30 = Twenty Eight Bit (2^28-1)

31 = Twenty Nine Bit (2^29-1)

32 = Thirty One Bit (2^31-1)

loopback

Loopback Code.

Line Inband = 12

No Loopback = 15 (Default)

errorInsertRate

Error Insertion Rate.

1 = No Error (Default)

2 = 1 in 10

3 = 1 in 100

4 = 1 in 1,000

5 = 1 in 10,000

6 = 1 in 100,000

7 = 1 in 1,000,000

8 = 1 in 10,000,000


Related Commands

clrbertstats, delbert, dspbert, dspbertstats, insbiterror, startbert, stopbert

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure BERT on line 1 of the MPSM-8T1-ATM in slot 6. Set the parameters to test pattern 15, inband line loopback, and an error insertion rate of 1 in 10,000.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnfbert 1.0 -tp 15 -lpbk 12 -eir 5

        Use startbert to start BERT
        Use delbert followed by cnfbert to re-configure BERT parameters

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

cnfcacparm

Configure Call Admission Control Parameters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The cnfcacparm command configures the call admission control (CAC) algorithm for VBR connections on the current card to be PCR based or SCR based.

Syntax

cnfcacparm <Option Value>

Syntax Description

Option Value

Configures the CAC algorithm for VBR connections on the current card to be PCR based, or SCR based. The values are as follows:

1 = CAC algorithm is based on peak cell rate (PCR). This is the default value.

2 = CAC algorithm is based on sustained cell rate (SCR).


Related Commands

dspcacparm

Attributes

Log:

State:

Privilege:


Example

Configure the CAC parameters to be SCR based, and display the results.

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > cnfcacparm 1

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > dspcacparm


  CAC Option: PCR based

Configure the CAC parameters to be SCR based, and display the results.


mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > cnfcacparm 2

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > dspcacparm


  CAC Option: SCR based

cnfcdparms

Configure Card Parameters——AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfcdparms command to enable or disable parameters on the current card. In this release there is only one parameter available to configure with this command.

When there is a channel configuration change two configuration change traps are sent. Use the cnfcdparms command to enable or disable the sending of the older configuration trap change on the current card.

Syntax

cnfcdparms

Syntax Description


Note You do not need to enter values with the cnfcdparms command. However, after you enter the cnfcdparms command, the display asks you to enter an option number (the only valid option number is 1). After the you enter the option number, the display asks you to enter a value for option 1. The possible values are described below.


option number

Enter the option number of the parameter to configure:

1 = Send Old Configuration Change Trap

value for option 1

Select the value for option 1:

Y = Yes (Enable)

N = No (Disable)


Related Commands

dspcdparms

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Disable on the current MPSM-8T1-ATM card the sending of old configuration change traps, and then display the results using the dspcdparms command.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnfcdparms
CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
Opt# Value       Type           Description
----  -----       ----           -----------
1     Yes         Boolean        Send Old Config Change Trap                  

Enter option Number (1-1): 1

Enter value for option 1 (Y/N): N

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspcdparms
CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
Opt#  Value       Type           Description
----  -----       ----           -----------
1     No          Boolean        Send Old Config Change Trap                  
 

cnfcdprtntype

Configure Card Partition Type (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfcdprtntype command to configure the LCN partition type that serves as the basis for sharing Global Logical Connection Number (GLCN) resources on a service module.


Note The cnfcdprtntype command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-ATM, or MPSM-8E1-ATM cards in this release.


Syntax

cnfcdprtntype <partitionType>

Syntax Description

type

LCN partition type.

1 = No Partition. All controllers compete for LCN resources available on the service module.

2 = Controller Based. All controllers reserve a fixed number of LCN resources. Port LCN resources are not reserved.

3 = Port Controller Based. All controllers reserve LCN resources for each port.


Related Commands

dspcdprtntype, xcnfcdprtntype

Attributes: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Attributes: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Configure the LCN partition type to be controller based on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnfcdprtntype 3

cnfcdrscprtn

Configure Card Resource Partition (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfcdrscprtn command to modify the card-level resources (LCNs) allocated to resource partitions configured on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

A card resource partition defines the maximum number of logical connections (LCNs) that is assigned to each controller's resource partition when a new ATM port or IMA group is created.

Syntax

cnfcdrscprtn <#PARcon> <#PNNIcon> <#TAGcon>

Syntax Description

#PARcon

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the PAR controller, in the range from 1 through 1000.

#PNNIcon

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the PNNI controller, in the range from 1 through 1000.

#TAGcon

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the TAG (MPLS) controller, in the range from 1 through 1000.


Related Commands

addcdrscprtn, delcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

On the current MPSM card, modify the card-level resource partitioning to give 500 connections to the PAR controller, 250 connections to the PNNI controller, and 250 connections to the TAG (MPLS) controller.

M8250_SJ.1.17.AUSMB8.a > cnfcdrscprtn 500 250 250

  Error occurred during the SNMP SET operation !!
  Probable Reason : "On one or more ports, for this controller, more LCNs have been 
partitioned than the specified valu"
  SNMP Error Code : 6

Set failed due to illegal parameter(s)

Syntax : cnfcdrscprtn " #PARcon #PNNIcon #TAGcon " 
        No. of PAR connections -- Range from 1 to 1000
        No. of PNNI connections -- Range from 1 to 1000
        No. of TAG connections -- Range from 1 to 1000

M8250_SJ.1.17.AUSMB8.a > 

cnfchan

Configure Channel—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfchan command to modify a connection that was created with the addcon command.

Syntax

cnfchan <channel_num> <RoutingPriority> <MaxCost> <RestrictTrunkType> <IngrUpcPCR[0+1]> <MCR> <PctUtil>

Syntax Description

channel_num

or

LCN

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

RoutingPriority

Routing priority for this connection. Range is 1 to 15.

MaxCost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

RestrictTrunkType

Trunk restriction option. To restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks, enter -type 2. To restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks, enter -type 3. To enable connection routing without trunk restrictions, enter -type 1. Default setting routes connections with no restrictions.

IngrUpcPCR[0+1]

or

PCR

Ingress peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

MCR

Minimum cell rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

PctUtil

Percent utilization. Range is 1 to 100 percent.


Related Commands

addcon, delcon, dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


cnfchanfst

Configure Channel ForeSight (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

Use the cnfchanfst command to configure ForeSight parameters for an ATM channel.

Syntax

cnfchanfst <port.VPI.VCI | channel number> <enable | disable> <fgcra_enable> <ibs> <pcr> <mcr> <icr>

Syntax Description

port

Port identifier, in the range of 1-N, as appropriate for the physical installation.

VPI

VPI, in the range from 1 through 4095.

VCI

VCI, in the range from 1 through 1-65535.

enable | disable

Value to enable or disable ForeSight.

1 = disable

2 = enable

fgcra_enable

Value to enable or disable FGCRA for the specified channel.

1 = disable

2 = enable

ibs

Initial burst size, in the range from 0 through 5000 cells.

pcr

Peak cell rate, in the range from 10 through 38328 cps.

10-PortRate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830)

IMA, T1-3591, E1-4490, clrE1-4789

Note The IMA port's speed is variable and depends on the number of links in the port. Multiply the rate by the number of links.

mcr

Minimum cell rate, in the range from10 through 38328 cells per second.

0-PortRate(T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830)

For IMA, T1-3591, E1-4490, clrE1-4789

Note The IMA port's speed is variable and depends on the number of links in the port. Multiply the rate by the number of links.

icr

Initial cell rate, in the range from 10 through 38328 cells per second.

0-PortRate (T1-3622, E1-4528, clearE1-4830)

For IMA, T1-3591, E1-4490, clrE1-4789

Note The IMA port's speed is variable and depends on the number of links in the port. Multiply the rate by the number of links.


Related Commands

dspchan

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

On current AUSM in slot 12, change the configuration using the port.VPI.VCI argument.

s1.1.12.AUSM8.a > cnfchanfst 2.1.5 2 1 2000 4000 2000 2000
s1.1.12.AUSM8.a >

On current AUSM in slot 12, change the configuration using the channel number argument.

s1.1.12.AUSM8.a > cnfchanfst 31 2 1 2000 4000 2000 2000
s1.1.12.AUSM8.a >

Note This command is valid only for ABR-type channels.


cnfchanq

Configure Channel Queue—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The cnfchanq command configures queue management parameters for a specific connection.

Syntax

cnfchanq <port_num.vpi.vci> <discard_option> <vc_q_depth> <clp_thresh_high> <clp_thresh_low/epd_threshold> <efci_thresh>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to test. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

discard_option

The discard option: 1 for CLP hysteresis or 2 for F = frame-based.

vc_q_depth

Ingress queue depth.

Range: 1-16000 cells

clp_thresh_high

CLP high threshold.

Range: 1-16000 cells

clp_thresh_low

or

epd_threshold

CLP low threshold for CLP hysteresis-based discard.

Range: 1-16000 cells

EPD threshold Frame-based discard.

Range: 1-16000 cells

efci_thresh

EFCI threshold.

Range: 1-16000 cells


Related Commands

addcon, cnfcon, delcon, dncon, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstdelay, upcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


cnfchantrapenbl

Configure Channel Trap Enable (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

The cnfchantrapenbl command enables and disables channel traps.

Syntax

cnfchantrapenbl <enable|disable>

Syntax Description

enable|disable

Enables or disables channel traps on the current card.

0 = Disable

1 = Enable


Related Commands

dspchantrapenbl

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Enable channel traps, and then display the results.

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > cnfchantrapenbl 1
Channel Traps will be Enabled, >>>>>>>>chanTrapEnblFlag = 0, val = 1
chanTrapEnblFlag = 1, val = 1*****

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > dspchantrapenbl

Channel Traps: ENABLED

Disable channel traps, and then display the results.

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > cnfchantrapenbl 0
Channel Traps will be Disabled, >>>>>>>>chanTrapEnblFlag = 1, val = 0
chanTrapEnblFlag = 0, val = 0*****

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > dspchantrapenbl  

Channel Traps: DISABLED

mgx591.1.18.AUSMB8.a > 

cnfcon

Configure Connection—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfcon command to modify a connection that was created with the addcon command.

Syntax

cnfcon <port_num.vpi.vci> <RoutingPriority> <MaxCost> <RestrictTrunkType> <IngrUpcPCR[0+1]> <MCR> <PctUtil>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to test. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

RoutingPriority

Routing priority for this connection. Range is 1 to 15.

MaxCost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

RestrictTrunkType

Trunk restriction option. To restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks, enter -type 2. To restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks, enter -type 3. To enable connection routing without trunk restrictions, enter -type 1. Default setting routes connections with no restrictions.

IngrUpcPCR[0+1]

or

PCR

Ingress peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

MCR

Minimum cell rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

PctUtil

Percent utilization. Range is 1 to 100 percent.


Related Commands

addcon, delcon, dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


cnfconabrparams

Configure Connection ABR Parameters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfconabrparams command to configure all the parameters of the Standard ABR connection except the rate parameters (use cnfconabrrates command to configure rates). Use the "Type of ABR Service" parameter to toggle between "Terminating Standard ABR" or "Transparent ABR."

For more information about configuring Standard ABR, including default ABR parameters, see the addcon command.

Syntax

cnfconabrparams <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <ABRType> <RIF><RDF> <NRM> <TRM> <TBE> <FRTT> <ADTF> <CDF>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

ABRType

Specifies one of the following types of the ABR service:

1: Terminating ABR or Switch Behavior

2: Transparent ABR or Source Destination Behavior

RIF

This controls the amount by which the cell transmission rate may increase upon receipt of an RM cell. The additive increase rate AIR=PCR*RIF. RIF is a power of 2, ranging from 1/32768 to 1.

Range: 1-32768

RDF

Rate decrease factor controls the decrease in the cell transmission rate. RDF is a power of 2 from 1/32768 to 1.

Range: 1-32768

NRM

The inrate cell count is the maximum number of cells a source may send for each forward RM cell.

Range: 2-256

TRM

The maximum delay for FRM provides an upper bound on the time between forward RM cells for an active source.

Range: 3-255 msec, standard deviation

TBE

Transient buffer exposure is the negotiated number of cells that the network would like to limit the source to sending during startup periods, before the first RM cell returns.

Range: 0-16777215

FRTT

The fixed round trip time is the sum of the fixed and propagation delays from the source to the furthest destination and back.

Range: 0-16700

ADTF

The ACR decrease time factor is the time permitted between sending RM-cells before the rate is decreased to ICR.

Range: 10-10230

CDF

The cutoff decrease factor controls the decrease in ACR associated with CRM.

Range: 0-64


Related Commands

cnfconabrrates, cnfconstdabr, dspcon, dspcons, dspconstdabr

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Configure the ABR parameters on connection 27.

pxmsjc.1.11.AUSMB8.a > cnfconabrparams 27 2 64 16 64 200 16777215 100 500 16

cnfconabrrates

Configure Connection ABR Rates—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfconabrrates command to configure the rate parameters of the Standard ABR channel.

Syntax

cnfconabrrates <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <MCR> <PCR> <ICR>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

mcr

Minimum cell rate allowed. The PCR and the MCR define the allowable cell rate (ACR) range. The MCR is the rate at which the source is always allowed to send. The MCR shall include bandwidth occupied by both data cells and the inrate RM cells.

Range: 10-38328

pcr

Peak cell rate allowed. The PCR and the MCR define the allowable cell rate (ACR) range. The PCR shall include bandwidth occupied by both data cells and the inrate RM cells.

Range: 10-38328

icr

Initial cell rate is the rate to which a source should send initially and after an idle period.

Range: 10-38238


Related Commands

cnfconabrparms, cnfconstdabr, dspcon, dspcons, dspconstdabr

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Configure the ABR parameters on connection 27.

pxmsjc.1.11.AUSMB8.a > cnfconabrrates 27 20 1600 500

cnfconstdabr

Configure Connection for Standard ABR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfconstabr command to configure ABR parameters.

Syntax

cnfconstdabr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <ABRType> <mcr> <pcr> <icr> <rif > <rdf> <nrm> <trm> <tbe> <frtt> <adtf> <cdf>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

ABRType

Specifies the following ABR service types:

1: Terminating ABR or Switch Behavior

2: Transparent ABR or Source Destination Behavior

mcr

Minimum cell rate allowed. The PCR and the MCR define the allowable cell rate (ACR) range. The MCR is the rate at which the source is always allowed to send. The MCR shall include bandwidth occupied by both data cells and the inrate RM cells.

Range: 10-38328 cps

pcr

Peak cell rate allowed. The PCR and the MCR define the allowable cell rate (ACR) range. The PCR shall include bandwidth occupied by both data cells and the inrate RM cells.

Range: 10-38328 cps

icr

Initial cell rate is the rate to which a source should send initially and after an idle period.

Range: 10-38238 cps

rif

Rate increase factor controls the amount by which the cell transmission rate may increase upon receipt of an RM cell. The additive increase rate AIR=PCR*RIF. RIF is a power of 2, ranging from 1/32768 to 1.

Range: 1-32768

rdf

Rate decrease factor controls the decrease in the cell transmission rate. RDF is a power of 2 from 1/32768 to 1.

Range: 1-32768

nrm

Inrate cell count is the maximum number of cells a source may send for each forward RM cell.

Range: 2-256

trm

Maximum delay for FRM provides an upper bound on the time between forward RM cells for an active source.

Range: 3-255 msec

tbe

Transient buffer exposure is the negotiated number of cells that the network would like to limit the source to sending during startup periods, before the first RM cell returns.

Range: 0-16777215 cells

frtt

Fixed round trip time is the sum of the fixed and propagation delays from the source to the furthest destination and back.

Range: 0-16700 msec

adtf

The ACR decrease time factor permitted between the sending RM cells and before the rate is decreased to ICR.

Range: 10-10230

cdf

Cutoff decrease factor controls the decrease in ACR associated with CRM.

Range: 0-64


Related Commands

addcon, cnfconabrparms, cnfconabrrates, dspcon, dspcons, dspconstdabr

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Configure the Standard ABR connection to emulate the source/destination or terminating behavior of the TM 4.0 specification.

pxmsjc.1.11.AUSMB8.a > cnfconstdabr 27 2 10 1500 100 128 16 64 255 16777215 0 500
16
 

cnfdiagtest

Configure Diagnostic Test —MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Enter the cnfdiagtest command to modify the parameters of a single diagnostic test that is a member of the online diagnostics test suite. This command may also be used to modify all online diagnostic tests at the same time.

Syntax

cnfdiagtest <TestId> [<enable|disable>] [-role <role>] [-startTOD <time>] [-period <period>] [-iterns <iterns>] [-param1 <param1>] [-param2 <param2>]

Syntax Description

TestId

Test ID number of the diagnostic test to be modified in the range 1 to 23, or enter all to specify all tests. Enter the dspdiagtests command to view the diagnostic tests available and the associated test ID numbers.

Note Only the enable|disable and -role option may be used with the all command option. All other command options are for use with individual diagnostic tests.

enable|disable

Enables or disables the diagnostic test on the current card.

role

State of the card on which the specified diagnostic test is performed:

Active state = 1

Note In this release diagnostic tests are supported only on Active cards.

time

Scheduled start time of the diagnostic test using a 24 hour format (HH:MM). Enter Now to execute the test immediately.

period

Time between successive iterations of the diagnostic test in minutes.

iterns

Number of times the diagnostic test should be repeated. When the value is specified as -1, the test will continuously execute.

param1

Parameter 1 for test. Enter the dspdiagtests <TestId> command to display the configurable parameters for each online diagnostic test.

param2

Parameter 2 for test. Enter the dspdiagtests <TestId> command to display the configurable parameters for each online diagnostic test.


Related Commands

clrdiagresults, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

On the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6, modify diagnostic test number 9 to enabled in the active state, to start now, to wait one minute between successive tests, and run only twice.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnfdiagtest 9 enable -role 1 -startTOD now -period 1 -iterns 
2 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >
                             

cnffst

Configure Foresight—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The cnffst command configures the foresight parameters for the current card.


Note The cnffst command is not available on AUSM cards that are installed in MGX switches with PXM1 controllers.


Syntax

cnffst <rate_up> <rate_down> <rate-fast_down> <qir_time_out> <rtd_interval>

Syntax Description

rate_up

Rate up. A percentage of the configured MIR that the connection rate increases if there is no congestion. Default is 10 percent.

Range: 1-100 percent

rate_down

Rate down. A percentage of the current connection rate that the connection rate drops to if there is congestion. Default is 87 percent (which is equivalent to a 13 percent reduction).

Range: 1-100 percent

rate_fast_down

Rate fast down. A percentage of the current connection rate that the connection rate drops to if there is severe congestion. Default is 50 percent.

Range: 1-100 percent

qir_time_out

The idle period after which the connection rate is reset to the QIR. Default is 10 seconds.

Range: 1-255 seconds

rtd_interval

Interval between round-trip delay measurement requests. Default is 5 seconds.

Range: 1-255 seconds


Related Commands

cnfchanfst, dspchans, dspcons, dspfst

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Super Group


Example

Configure Foresight on an MPSM-8-T1 card so that its rate up is 10, its rate down is 10, its fast rate down is 20. The QIR will timeout and resetting IR to QIR after 200 seconds, and there is a 200 second interval between RTD measurement requests.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnffst 10 10 20 200 200

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

cnfilmi

Configure ILMI—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfilmi command to configure Interim Local Management Interface (ILMI) for an ATM port or IMA group.

Syntax

cnfilmi <port_num> <signalling_type> <vpi> <vci> <trap_enb> <min_trap_intv> <keep_alive> <addr_reg_enb>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the ATM port or IMA group you want to configure. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command.

signalling_type

Enable or disable ILMI signaling by selecting one of the following signal types:

Other = 1

No signaling = 2 (default value)

ILMI signaling = 3

Note ILMI must be enabled on the ATM ports or IMA groups at both ends of a physical connection before ATM communications can take place.

vpi

The default ILMI signaling VPI is 0. To select a different VPI, enter a VPI number in the range from 0 to 255.

vci

The default ILMI signaling VCI is 16. To select a different VCI, enter a VCI number in the range from 0 to 65535. For virtual path connections, enter *.

trap_enb

To enable ILMI traps, enter 2. To disable ILMI traps, enter 1.

min_trap_intv

The default ILMI minimum trap interval is 1 second. To change the minimum trap interval, enter a number in the range from 1 to 10 seconds.

keep_alive

ILMI keep alive polling is disabled by default. To enable this feature, enter 2. To disable this feature, enter 1.

addr_reg_enb

ILMI address registration is disabled by default. To enable this feature, enter 2. To disable this feature, enter 1.


Related Commands

dspilmi, dspilmicnt

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Enable ILMI signaling, traps, keep alive polling, and address registration for port 1 on the AUSM.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfilmi 1 3 0 16 2 1 2 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnfimaalmparm

Configure IMA Alarm Parameters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfimaalmparm command to configure the IMA alarm parameters for a specified IMA group. There are two IMA alarm parameters. One parameter defines how long an IMA group must be down before an alarm is generated. The other parameter defines how long a previously downed IMA group must be up before another alarm reports that the group is back up.

Syntax

cnfimaalmparm <group_num> <up_time> <down_time>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to configure. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

up_time

Enter the number of milliseconds a previously downed IMA group must be up before a recovery alarm is generated. The range is 100 to 100,000 ms.

down_time

Enter the number of milliseconds that an IMA group must be down before an alarm is generated. The range 100 to 400,000 ms.


Related Commands

dspimaalmparm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure the IMA alarm parameters for group 1 to the default values.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfimaalmparm 1 2500 10000

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnfimagrp

Configure IMA Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfimagrp command to change the minimum number of lines required for IMA group operation (set with addimagrp) or to change the maximum differential delay setting for the group.

Syntax: AUSM-8T/B, AUSM-8E/B

cnfimagrp <group_num> <max_diff_delay> <minNumLink>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

cnfaimgrp <group_num> <max_diff_delay> <min_links> [ima_txid] [ima_ver] [ima_frmlen] [ima_clkmode]

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to configure. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

max_diff_delay

Specify the maximum tolerable differential delay between the various links in the IMA group in the range appropriate for the SM type.

AUSM8-T1 or MPSM-8-T1: 0-275 ms

AUSM8-E1 or MPSM-8-E1: 0-200 ms

minNumLink

Enter the minimum number of lines required for group operation. For example, if you create an IMA group of 4 lines and specify a minimum number of 3 lines, then three of the four specified lines must be operational before the IMA group can be used. The range for this value is from 1 to n, where n represents the number of lines that are dedicated to the group.

ima_txid

The IMA ID number transmitted in the IMA ID field of the ICP cell. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.

Note The ima_txid parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_txid

The IMA ID number transmitted in the IMA ID field of the ICP cell. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.

Note The ima_txid parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_ver

Enter a number to indicate the version of ATM Forum IMA specifications for this IMA group, as follows:

1 = version 1.0

2 = version 1.1

Note The ima_ver parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_frmlen

The length of transmitted IMA frame in megabytes. For IMA version 1.0, the ima_frmlen value is always 128 megabytes. For version 1.1, the ima_frmlen value can be 32, 64, 128, or 256 megabytes.

Note The ima_frmlen parameter is only available on MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM cards.

ima_clkmode

Enter a number to indicate the Transmit Clock mode as follows:

1 = CTC

2 = ITC


Related Commands

addimagrp, addlns2imagrp, delimagrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure IMA group 1 for the default 275 ms maximum differential delay, and set the minimum number of lines to 2.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfimagrp 1 275 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnfimaparms

Configure IMA Parameters—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Configures the minimum and maximum IMA transmit IDs.

Syntax

cnfimaparms <min_tx_id> <max_tx_id>

Syntax Description

min_tx_id

Minimum IMA transmit ID for all IMA ports on the card. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.

max_tx_id

Maximum IMA transmit ID for all IMA ports on the card. Enter a number in the range from 0 through 255.


Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2aimgrp, cnfaimgrp, dellnsfmaimgrp, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure the minimum transmit IMA ID for all IMA ports on the current card to be 10, and configure the maximum transmit IMA ID to be 255, and then display the results.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnfimaparms 10 255   

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspimaparms

Min IMA TxId:  10
Max IMA TxId:  255

cnfimatst

Configure IMA Test—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfimatst command to configure the IMA self test feature.

Syntax

cnfimatst <group_num> <test_link_num> <test_pattern> <test_proc_status>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to configure. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

test_link_num

Enter the number for the line you want to test. Use the dspimagrps command to display the lines assigned to an IMA group.

test_pattern

Enter a value in the range of -1 to 254 to select a test pattern.

test_proc_status

Enter the value 2.


Related Commands

clrimatst, dspimagrp, dspimagrps, dspimatst

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure the IMA test feature for IMA group 1, line 1 to use test pattern 5.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfimatst 1 1 5 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnflncnf

Configure Line—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the optional cnfln command to configure line characteristics after the line becomes active (see addln).

Syntax

cnfln <line_num> <line_code> <line_len> <clk_src> [E1-signalling / T1-Lineyype]

Syntax Description

line_num

Enter the number of the line you want to configure. Use the dsplns command to display the available lines.

line_code

Enter a number to indicate the coding you want to configure on this line:

2 = B8ZS (T1)

3 = HDB3 (E1)

line_len

Enter a number to indicate the length of the line, as follows:

T1 range:

10 = 0 to 131 feet

11 = 131 to 262 feet

12= 262 to 393 feet

13 = 393 to 524 feet

14 = 524 to 655 feet

15 = 655 feet

E1 range:

8 = E1 line with SMB line module

9 = E1 line with RJ48 line module

clk_src

DSX1 clock source.

1 = loop clock

2 = local clock

E1-signalling

This option selects E1 signalling methods. Enter the keyword for the signalling combination listed below:

CAS = CAS, no CRC

CAS_CRC = CAS with CRC

CCS = CCS, no CRC

CCS_CRC = CCS with CRC

CLEAR = Clear E1

Note This option is valid only for E1 lines.

T1 Line Type

This option selects TI line type. Enter a keyword to indicate the line type as follows:

ESF = dsx1ESF

D4 = dsx1D4

Note This option is valid only for T1 lines.


Related Commands

addln, delln, dspln, dsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure line 8 to use B8ZS line coding on a line length between 0 to 131 feet, and configure the line for loop clock.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > cnfln 8 2 10 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

cnflnloop

Configure Line Loop—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnflnloop command to enable or disable code detection when the specified line is placed in loopback mode.


Tip Use the dspln command to display the configuration for loopback mode.


Syntax

cnflnloop <line_num> <lpbkCodeDetection>

Syntax Description

line_num

Line number for which you want to configure code detection, in the range from 1 through 8.

Note Enter the dsplns command to view the available lines.

lpbkCodeDetection

Loopback code detection parameter. Enter 1 to disable code detection or 2 to enable code detection.


Related Commands

addlnloop, dellnloop, dspln, dsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Enable code detection for line 8 in loopback mode.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > cnflnloop 8 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

cnfplpp

Configure PLPP—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfplpp command to set physical layer protocol process (PLPP) parameters for a line on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

cnfplpp <phy_port_num> <loopback> <scramble> <singlebit_errcorr_ena>

Syntax Description

phy_port_num

Line number for which you want to configure PLPP. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.

Note The help for the cnfplpp command refers to a physical port, which is the same thing as a line. A logical port is the entity that is created with the addport command.

loopback

Specifies the following types of PLPP loopback:

1 = no loopback

2 = remote loopback

3 = local loopback

scramble

Enables or disables the following types of cell scramble:

1 = no scramble

2 = scramble

singlebit_errcorr_ena

Enables or disables single-bit error correction:

1 = disable

2 = enable


Related Commands

dspplpp

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure PLPP parameters on port 8 on the current AUSM card to disable PLPP loopback, disable cell scramble, and to enable single-bit error correction.

JANUS_MERGE.1.21.AUSMB8.a > cnfplpp 8 1 1 2

JANUS_MERGE.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

cnfportq

Configure Port Queue—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfportq command to configure queue parameters for a specified queue on an ATM port or IMA group.

Syntax

cnfportq <port_num> <q_num> <q_algo> <q_depth> <clp_high> <clp_low> <efci_thres>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number you want to configure, in the range from 1 through 8.

Note To list the available ports, enter the dspports command.

q_num

Enter the queue number you want to configure, in the range from 1 through 16.

q_algo

Queue algorithm.

Range: 1-5

0: disable queue

q_depth

Maximum queue depth.

Range: 33-16000 cells

clp_high

Cell loss priority (CLP).

Range: 1-16000 cells

clp_low

Low CLP.

Range: 1-16000 cells

efci_thres

Explicit forward congestion indication (EFCI) threshold.

Range: 1-16000 cells


Related Commands

dspportq, dspportqs

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Strata Group


Example

The following example disables the UBR queue on port 1 of the AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfportq 1 4 0 200  180 160 160

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >


Tip Enter the dspportq command before the cnfportq command so you can easily copy port queue parameters that you do not want to change.


cnfportrscprtn

Configure Port Resource Partition—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfportrscprtn command to modify the configuration of a port-level resource partition.

A resource partition assigns port resources such as bandwidth and a VPI and VCI range to a specific controller such as PNNI. In this release, a PNNI resource partition is automatically created when an ATM port or IMA group is created, and all resources are assigned to the PNNI controller.

Syntax

cnfportrscprtn <port_num> <controller-name> <pct_bw> <min_vpi> <max_vpi> <min_vci> <max_vci> <min_vpid> <max_vpid> <max_lcns>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number to be partitioned. You must add a port to a line before you can define a partition for a port. Use the dspports command to view the available ports.

controller-name

Controller for this partition. Enter one of the following controllers:

PAR

PNNI

TAG.

pct_bw

Bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for communications. Range is 1 to 100 percent.

min_vpi

Enter the minimum VPI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 255.

max_vpi

Enter the maximum VPI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 255.

min_vci

Enter the minimum VCI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 65535.

max_vci

Enter the maximum VCI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 65535.

min_vpid

Enter the minimum virtual path identification number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 1 to 1000.

max_vpid

Enter the maximum virtual path identification number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 1 to 1000.

max_lcns

Maximum LCN to be used on this port. Range is 1 to 1000.


Related Commands

addrscprtn, delrscprtn, dspportrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example changes the default lower VCI value to 16 and leaves all other resource partition values set to the default values.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfportrscprtn 1 PNNI 100 0 255 16 65535 1 1000 1000

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

cnfprfparam

Configure Performance Parameters—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfprfparam command to change the dspprfhist command's sampling interval (bucket interval) of processor usage on the current MPSM card.

Syntax

cnfprfparam <Bucket interval>

Syntax Description

Bucket interval

Sampling interval of processor usage on the MPSM card. Range is 1-600 seconds. Default setting is 20 seconds.


Related Commands

dspprfhist

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Change the sampling interval of the dspprfhist command to 40 seconds.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > cnfprfparam 40
The bucket interval will be effective from the next bucket collection.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 

cnfrscprtn

Configure Resource Partition—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

A resource partition assigns port resources such as bandwidth and a VPI and VCI range to a specific controller such as PNNI. In this release, a PNNI resource partition is automatically created when an ATM port or IMA group is created, and all resources are assigned to the PNNI controller. Use the cnfrscprtn command to modify a resource partition after you have created an ATM port or an IMA group.

Syntax

cnfrscprtn <port_num> <controller> <IngrPctBW> <EgrPctBW> <LowVPI> <HighVPI> <LowVCI> <HighVCI> <LowVPID> <HighVPID> <MaxLcn> <cntrlr_id>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number to be partitioned. You must add a port to a line before you can define a partition for a port. Use the dspports command to view the available ports.

controller

Controller for this partition. Enter 2 as the PNNI controller is the only controller type supported in this release.

1 = PAR

2 = PNNI

3 = MPLS

IngrPctBW

Ingress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for ingress communications. Range is 1 to 100 percent.

EgrPctBWh

Egress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for egress communications. Range is 1 to 100 percent.

LowVPI

Enter the minimum VPI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 255.

HighVPI

Enter the maximum VPI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 255.

LowVCI

Enter the minimum VCI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 65535.

HighVCI

Enter the maximum VCI number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 0 to 65535.

LowVPID

Enter the minimum virtual path identification number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 1 to 1000.

HighVPID

Enter the maximum virtual path identification number to allow for connections using the specified controller type (cntrlr_type) on this port. The range is from 1 to 1000.

MaxLcn

Maximum LCN to be used on this port. Range is 1 to 1000.

cntrlr_id

Enter the number that is associated with the controller used by this partition, in the range from 1 through 255.

Note The MaxLcn parameter is available only on AUSM and MPSM cards that are installed in MGX switches that have PXM1E or PXM45 controllers.


Related Commands

addrscprtn, delrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example changes the default lower VCI value to 35 and leaves all other resource partition values set to the default values.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > cnfrscprtn 1 2 100 100 0 255 35 65535 1 1000 1000 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >


Tip Several specifications reserve VCI values in the range of 0 through 35. If you are not familiar with these specifications and want to avoid potential conflicts, set the lower VCI value to 35.


cnfslftst

Configure Self-Test—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

Use the cnfslftst command to enable or disable self testing and to configure how often the tests are run on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

cnfslftst -en <SelftestEnable> -tm <SelftestPeriod>

Syntax Description

SelftestEnable

This option enables or disables self testing. Replace SelftestEnable with one of the following values:

1 = Disable

2 = Enable

SelftestPeriod

This option defines the period, in minutes, between self-tests. The range is from 1 through 60.


Related Commands

clrslftst, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example

The following example enables self testing and configures the testing to repeat every minute.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > cnfslftst -en 2 -tm 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

cnfupcabr

Configure UPC for ABR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfupcabr command to configure Usage Parameter Control (UPC) parameters for ABR connections on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

cnfupcabr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <enable> <pcr[0+1]> <cdvt[0+1]> <scr_mcr> <scr_mcr_police> <mbs> <IngPcUtil> <EgSrvRate> <EgPcUtil> <clp_tag>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

enable

Enables or disables UPC for ABR traffic. The following are the values:

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

pcr[0+1]

Peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

cdvt[0+1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

scr_mcr

Select the cell rates to be applied to different classes of service. This parameter sets the Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) to be used for VBR traffic and the Minimum Cell Rate (MCR) to be used for standard ABR traffic.

The range is: 10 to pcr[0+1]. To retain the current value, enter 0.

scr_mcr_police

Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) policing method:

CLP[0] = 1

CLP[0+1] = 2

No SCR policing = 3

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).

mbs

Enter the maximum burst size. The range is 1 to 5000 cells.

IngPcUtil

Ingress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

EgSrvRate

Egress service rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

EgPcUtil

Egress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

clp_tag

Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable CLP tagging.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).


Related Commands

cnfconstdabr, dspcon, dspcons, dspconstdabr

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

The following example configures UPC ABR parameters.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > cnfupcabr 16 2 3622 10000 0 1 1024 100 3622 100 2      

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

cnfupccbr

Configure UPC CBR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfupccbr command to configure Usage Parameter Control (UPC) parameters for Constant Bit Rate (CBR) connections on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

cnfupccbr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <enable|disable> <pcr[0+1]> <cdvt[0+1]> <IngPcUtil> <EgSrvRate> <EgPcUtil>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

enable|disable

Enables or disables UPC for CBR traffic. The following are the values:

1: disable

2: enable

pcr[0+1]

Peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

cdvt[0+1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

IngPcUtil

Ingress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

EgSrvRate

Egress service rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

EgPcUtil

Egress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127


Related Commands

dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Set connection bandwidth control parameters for the constant bit rate (CBR) connection type on the current AUSM.

s1.1.12.AUSMB8.a > cnfupccbr 2.1.1 2 4528 250000 50 4528 50

Set connection bandwidth control parameters for the constant bit rate (CBR) connection type on the current AUSM (using channel number argument).

s1.1.12.AUSMB8.a > cnfupccbr 21 2 4528 250000 50 4528 50

cnfupcrtvbr

Configure UPC rtVBR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfupcrtvbr command to configure Usage Parameter Control (UPC) parameters for real-time Variable Bit Rate (VBR) connections on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Connections with the service type rt-VBR are appropriate for real-time voice and video applications that require tightly constrained delay and delay variation. The rt-VBR connections are characterized in terms of peak cell rate (PCR), Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) and maximum burst size (MBS). Sources are expected to transmit at a rate that varies with time. Cells that are delayed beyond a certain limit (maxCTD) are assumed to be of significantly reduced value to the application.

Syntax

cnfupcrtvbr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <enable|disable> <pcr[0+1]> <cdvt[0+1]> <scr_mcr> <scr-mcr_policing> <MBS> <IngPcUtil> <EgSrvRate> <EgPcUtil> <clp_tag>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

enable|disable

Enables or disables UPC for rtVBR traffic. The following are the values:

1: disable

2: enable

pcr[0+1]

Peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

cdvt[0+1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

scr_mcr

Select the cell rates to be applied to different classes of service. This parameter sets the Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) to be used for VBR traffic and the Minimum Cell Rate (MCR) to be used for standard ABR traffic.

The range is: 10 to pcr[0+1]. To retain the current value, enter 0.

scr_mcr_policing

Set to one of the following values:

1: CLP[0] Cells

2: CLP[0+1] Cells

3: No SCR/MCR Policing

mbs

Enter the maximum burst size. The range is 1 to 5000 cells.

IngPcUtil

Ingress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

EgSrvRate

Egress service rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

EgPcUtil

Egress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

clp_tag

Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable CLP tagging.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).


Related Commands

dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2



cnfupcubr

Configure UPC UBR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfupcubr command to configure Usage Parameter Control (UPC) parameters for Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR) connections on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

cnfupcubr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <enable> <pcr[0-1]> <cdvt[0-1]> <IngPcUtil> <clp_tag>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

enable

Enables or disables UPC for UBR connections. The following are the values:

1: disable

2: enable

pcr[0+1]

Peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

cdvt[0-1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

IngPcUtil

Ingress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-100

clp_tag

Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable CLP tagging.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).


Related Commands

dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Configure the usage parameter control (UPC) parameters for UBR on the current AUSM.

s1.1.12.AUSMB8.a > cnfupcubr 2.1.7 2 4528 250000 50 2

cnfupcvbr

Configure UPC VBR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the cnfupcubr command to configure Usage Parameter Control (UPC) parameters for Variable Bit Rate (VBR) connections on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

cnfupcvbr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num> <enable> <pcr[0+1]> <cdvt[0+1]> <scr_mcr> <scr_mcr_policing> <mbs> <IngPcUtil> <EgSrvRate> <EgPcUtil> <clp_tag>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to modify. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to modify. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.

enable

Enables or disables UPC for VBR traffic. The following are the values:

1: disable

2: enable

pcr[0+1]

Peak cell rate for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

cdvt[0+1]

Enter the Cell Delay Variation Tolerance for cells with CLP = 0 and CLP = 1. The range is 1 to 250000 microseconds.

scr_mcr

Select the cell rates to be applied to different classes of service. This parameter sets the Sustainable Cell Rate (SCR) to be used for VBR traffic and the Minimum Cell Rate (MCR) to be used for standard ABR traffic.

The range is: 10 to pcr[0+1]. To retain the current value, enter 0.

scr_mcr_policing

Set to one of the following values:

1: CLP[0] Cells

2: CLP[0+1] Cells

3: No SCR/MCR Policing

mbs

Enter the maximum burst size. The range is 1 to 5000 cells.

IngPcUtil

Ingress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

EgSrvRate

Egress service rate. The range depends on the speed of the logical port:

T1 = 10 to 3622

E1 = 10 to 4528

Clear E1 = 10 to 4830

IMA T1 = 10 to (3591 * number_of_lines)

IMA E1 = 10 to (4490 * number_of_lines)

IMA clear E1 = 10 to (4789 * number_of_lines)

Note An IMA group's range depends on the number of links in the group. Multiply the single line rate by the number of lines.

EgPcUtil

Egress percentage utilization.

Range: 1-127

clp_tag

Cell Loss Priority (CLP) tagging feature. Enter 1 to disable this feature, or enter 2 to enable CLP tagging.

Note This option only applies to the following service class types (-st option): CBR (1), nrtVBR (2), ABR (3), UBR (4), and rtVBR (5).


Related Commands

dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Configure the channel bandwidth control parameters for a variable bit rate (VBR) connection type on the current AUSM.

s1.1.12.AUSMB8.a > cnfupcvbr 2.1.3 2 3000 250000 2000 1 1000 50 4000 50 2

copychans

Copy Channels—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the copychans command to copy a channel configuration onto one or more channels. This command enables you to create and configure multiple channels from a specified "template" channel.

Syntax

copychans <template chan #> <start chan #> <start vci #> <# of chans> [<start remote VPI> <start remote VCI>]

Syntax Description

template chan #

Specifies the channel number you are using as a template. To view the channels on the current card, use the dspcons or dspchans commands.

start chan #

Starting channel number. Use the dspcons or dspchans commands to see which channels are already being used.

start vci #

Starting VCI number. You can use the dspcons or dspchans commands to see which VCIs are already being used.

# of chans

Specify the number of channels you want to create using the template channel configuration.

start remote VPI

This option allows you to specify a starting remote virtual path identifier (VPI) for the connections you are creating.

start remote VCI

This option allows you to specify a starting remote virtual channel identifier (VCI) for the connections you are creating.


Related Commands

addcon, delchan, delchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Copy slave connection 16 ten times, using starting channel number 17, starting VCI 89.

8830-SF.1.11.AUSM.a > copychans 16 17 89 10


Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.108



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.109



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.110



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.111



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.112



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.113



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.114



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.115



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.116



Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a492344000001015b0800.11.117



8830-SF.1.11.AUSM.a >

core

Core Memory Dump—MPSM-8T1E1, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the core command to manage core memory dumps on the MPSM card.

For information on the use of this command, see "Managing MPSM Core Dumps" in Chapter 5, "Managing AUSM and MPSM Cards".

Syntax

core [?] [mask] [mask default] [mask <hex-mask>] [enable] [disable] [hot-dump <filename.zip>]

Syntax Description

core

Enter the core command without any arguments to display the current core dump settings.

?

Enter the core command with a question mark to list the optional parameters for the core command.

mask

Enter the core command with the mask option to display the current mask and the error conditions for which a core dump is enabled.

The default mask is 0x273ae. To modify the mask, use the mask <hex-mask> option.

mask default

Enter the core command with the mask default option to return the mask to the default mask value (0x273ae).

mask <hex-mask>

Enter the core command with the mask option followed by a specified hexadecimal value to modify the mask. You can specify a mask regardless of whether core dumping is enabled for the card.

enable

Enter the core command with the enable option to enable automatic core dumping for the current slot.

disable

Enter the core command with the disable option to disable automatic core dumping for the current slot.

hot-dump <filename.zip>

Enter the core command with the hot-dump option followed by a specified file name to initiate a hot dump of the core while the MPSM card is running. The file name must be in the format filename.zip. MPSM core dump files are saved in the C:/ directory on the PXM processor card.


Related Commands

chkflash, cnfdiagtest, cnfprfparam, dspcderrs, dspdiagtests, dspmsgcnt, dspprfhist, dsptaskinfo, i, memShow, version

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Display the current core dump settings on an MPSM-8T1-ATM card:

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > core
Automatic core dumping is ** disabled ** for this slot.

Saved core images are on PXM's hard disk (C:/).

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

Display the current mask and the error conditions for which a core dump is enabled on an MPSM-8T1-ATM card:

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > core mask
Automatic core dumping is enabled for this slot.
The current core mask is 0x273ae.

OFF 00001 not used (can't be turned ON)
ON  00002 DRAM Parity Error 
ON  00004 WatchDog Timeout Reset 
ON  00008 Resource Overflow 
OFF 00010 Clear All Configuration (can't be turned ON)
ON  00020 Missing Task 
OFF 00040 Reset because of PXM Low Voltage (can't be turned ON)
ON  00080 Reset By Event Log Task 
ON  00100 Reset from Shell 
ON  00200 Unknown 
OFF 00400 Reset from PXM (can't be turned ON)
OFF 00800 Reset System (can't be turned ON)
ON  01000 Switch Core Card 
ON  02000 Secondary Cache Error 
ON  04000 Software Error Reset 
OFF 08000 S/W reset due to upgrade (can't be turned ON)
OFF 10000 Restore All Configuration (can't be turned ON)
ON  20000 Device Driver Error 

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

delaimgrp

Delete AIM Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delaimgrp command to delete an IMA group.

Syntax

delaimgrp <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to delete. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2aimgrp, cnfaimgrp, dellnsfmaimgrp, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example deletes IMA group 1:

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > delaimgrp 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

delbert

Delete Bit Error Rate Testing—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delbert command to clear a Bit Error Rate Testing configuration from a line or port on the current card. This command may be used to clear a BERT session that is running or may be used after the BERT session has been stopped.

Syntax

delbert <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

Specify the interface number from which you want to clear the Bit Error Rate Testing configuration using the format line.port.

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Port number Range: 1-8

Note To specify a Line BERT test, the Port Number = 0.


Related Commands

clrbertstats, cnfbert, dspbert, dspbertstats, insbiterror, startbert, stopbert

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the Bit Error Rate Test configuration from line 1, port 1 on the MPSM-8T1-ATM in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > delbert 1.1

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

delcdrscprtn

Delete Card Resource Partition (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delcdrscprtn command to delete a card-level resource partition configured on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

A card resource partition defines the maximum number of logical connections (LCNs) that is assigned to each controller's resource partition when a new ATM port or IMA group is created.

Syntax

delcdrscprtn <controller>

Syntax Description

controller

Enter the controller ID from which you want to delete the LCN count. The controller ID values are:

PAR = 1

PNNI = 2

Tag = 3


Related Commands

cnfcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Delete the TAG (MPLS) controller from the card-level resource partitions configured on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > delcdrscprtn 3

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

delchan

Delete Channel—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delchan command to delete a channel.

Syntax:

delchan <channel_num>

Syntax Description

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify, in the range from 16 through 1015. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.


Related Commands

cnfchan, dspchan, dspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Delete the connection with LCN 16.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > delchan 16

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

delchanloop

Delete Channel Loopback—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delchanloop command to delete a channel loopback from the current AUSM.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

delchanloop <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num>

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

delchan <channel_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.


Related Commands

addchanloop, dspcon, dspcons, tstcon, tstdelay


Tip To view the loopback status of a connection, use the dspcon command and look for the line labeled LocalRemoteLpbkState.


Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 4


Example

Remove channel loopback from channel 16 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > delchanloop 16 

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

delchans

Delete Channels—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delchans command to delete a range of AUSM or MPSM connections by specifying the channel numbers. Channel numbers are assigned by the switch as each connection is defined with the addcon command. You can view connection channel numbers in the LCN column of the dspcons command.

Syntax

delchans <start chan #> <# of chans>

Syntax Description

start chan #

Enter a Logical Connection Number (LCN) as it appears in the dspcons command display.

# of chans

Number of consecutive channels to delete.


Related Commands

addcon, cnfchan, cnfcon, dspcons, dspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Delete channels 16 through 17 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > delchans 16 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

delcon

Delete Connection—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delcon command to remove a connection from the AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

delcon <port_num.vpi.vci>

or

delcon <port_num> <vpi> <vci>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to delete. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.


Related Commands

addcon, cnfcon, dncon, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Delete connection 100/100 from port 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > delcon 1.100.100

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

delimagrp

Delete IMA Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delimagrp command to delete an IMA group.

Syntax

delimagrp <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to delete. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

addimagrp, addlns2imagrp, cnfimagrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example deletes IMA group 1:

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > delimagrp 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

delln

Delete Line—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delln command to bring down a line.

Syntax

delln <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Number of the line to be deleted.


Related Commands

addln, cnfln, dspln, dsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring down line 8 on an AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > delln 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dellnloop

Delete Line Loop—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dellnloop command to remove the line loopback feature from a line.

Syntax

dellnloop <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Number of the line to be removed from loopback. Enter the dsplns command to view the available lines. Use the dspln command to determine if a line is in loopback mode.


Related Commands

addlnloop, dspln, dsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Remove line loopback from line 8 on an AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dellnloop 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dellnsfmaimgrp

Delete Lines from AIM Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dellnsfmaimgrp command to remove lines from an existing IMA group.

Syntax

dellnsfmaimgrp <group_num> <list_of_lines>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

list_of_lines

List the lines to be included in the group. Separate each line number by a period. For example, 1.2.3.4 adds lines 1 through 4 to the IMA group.


Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2aimgrp, cnfaimgrp, delaimgrp, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example shows how to delete a single line from an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dellnsfmaimgrp 1 8      

 Warning: If Connections exist under the ima group then the cell rates might require 
modification 

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

The next example shows how to delete multiple lines from an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dellnsfmaimgrp 1 7.8

 Warning: If Connections exist under the ima group then the cell rates might require 
modification 

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dellnsfmimagrp

Delete Lines from IMA Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dellnsfmimagrp command to remove lines from an existing IMA group.

Syntax

dellnsfmimagrp <group_num> <list_of_lines>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to modify. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

list_of_lines

List the lines to be included in the group. Separate each line number by a period. For example, 1.2.3.4 adds lines 1 through 4 to the IMA group.


Related Commands

addimagrp, addlns2imagrp, cnfimagrp, delimagrp, dspimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example shows how to delete a single line from an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dellnsfmimagrp 1 8      

 Warning: If Connections exist under the ima group then the cell rates might require 
modification 

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

The next example shows how to delete multiple lines from an IMA group.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dellnsfmimagrp 1 7.8

 Warning: If Connections exist under the ima group then the cell rates might require 
modification 

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

delport

Delete Port—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delport command to remove ATM services from a line on an AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

delport <port_num>


Note You cannot use the delport command to delete a port number used by an IMA group. To delete an IMA group, use the delimagrp command.


Syntax Description

port_num

Number of the port to be deleted. Use the dspports command to display the configured ports.


Related Commands

addport, dspport, dspports

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Delete port 8 on an AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > delport 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

delrscprtn

Delete Resource Partition—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the delrscprtn command to delete a resource partition configuration.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM on Cisco MGX Switches with PXM1E or PXM45 Controllers

delrscprtn <port_num> <cntrlr_type> <cntrlr_id>

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM on Cisco MGX Switches with a PXM1 Controller

delrscprtn <port_num> <cntrlr_type>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number from which to delete the partition. Use the dspports command to view the available ports.

cntrlr_type

Controller for this partition. Enter 2, as the PNNI controller is the only controller supported in this release.

PAR = 1

PNNI = 2

MPLS = 3

cntrlr_id

Enter the controller ID assigned to the partition you are deleting. To display the controller ID, use the dsprscprtn command.

Note The cntrlr_id parameter is available only on MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM, AUSM-8T1/B and AUSM-8E1/B cards that are installed in MGX switches that have a PXM1E or PXM45 controller.


Related Commands

addrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, dsprscprtn

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example deletes a PNNI resource partition from port 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > delrscprtn 1 2 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dncon

Down Connection (PXM1E and PXM45 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dncon command to bring down a connection.


Note This command operates only on master endpoints.


Syntax

dncon <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to modify. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.


Related Commands

addcon, delcon, dspcon, dspcons, upcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring down the connection on channel 19.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > dncon 19

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

dnport

Down Port (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dnport command to bring down a connection.

Syntax

dnport <portnum>

Syntax Description

portnum

Number for the port you want to bring down. Possible port numbers are 1 through 8.


Related Commands

dspport, dspports, upport

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring port 1 down.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > dnport 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

dspaimgrp

Display AIM Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspaimgrp command to view the current configuration for an IMA group.

Syntax

dspaimgrp <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2aimgrp, cnfaimgrp, delaimgrp, dellnsfmaimgrp, dspaimgrps

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the configuration for IMA group 2 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspaimgrp 1

   IMA Group number                 : 1
   Port type                        : NNI
   Lines configured                 : 1.2.3.4
   Enable                           : Enabled
   IMA Port state                   : Active
   IMA Group Ne state               : operational
   PortSpeed (cells/sec)            : 14364
   GroupTxAvailCellRate (cells/sec) : 14364
   ImaGroupTxFrameLength(cells)     : 128
   LcpDelayTolerance (IMA frames)   : 1
   ReadPtrWrPtrDiff  (cells)        : 4
   Minimum number of links          : 3
   MaxTolerableDiffDelay (msec)     : 275
   Lines Present                    : 1.2.3.4
   Observed Diff delay (msec)       : 0
   Clock Mode                       : CTC
   GroupAlpha                       : 2
   GroupBeta                        : 2
   GroupGamma                       : 1
   GroupConfiguration               : 1
   IMAGrp Failure status            : No Failure
   Timing reference link            : 1
   ImaGroupTxImaId                  : 0x0
   ExpectedGroupRxImaId             : 0x0   

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspaimgrpcnt

Display AIM Group Counter—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspaimgrpcnt command to view the failure count for a specific IMA group on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspaimgrpcnt <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

clraimgrpcnt, clraimlncnt, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrps, dspaimlncnt, dspimainfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the failure count for IMA group 2 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspaimgrpcnt 2

  IMA Group number:                           2
  Ne Number of failures                   :   0


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspaimgrps

Display Status and Configuration of All AIM Groups—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspaimgrps command to list the configured IMA groups on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspaimgrps

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addaimgrp, addlns2aimgrp, cnfaimgrp, delaimgrp, dellnsfmaimgrp, dspaimgrp

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display a list of the IMA groups on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspaimgrps

 List of IMA groups:
 ===================

ImaGrp PortType Conf  Avail  Lines configured  Lines present  Tol Diff  Port State
                rate  rate                                    Delay(ms)           
------ -------- ----- -----  ---------------  --------------- --------- ----------
 1.1    NNI     14364 14364  1.2.3.4          1.2.3.4          275      Active
 1.2    NNI     14364     0  5.6.7.8                           275      Sig. Failure

  NextPortNumAvailable:  5

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspaimlncnt

Display AIM Line Count—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspaimlncnt command to view the IMA line counters for the specified line in an IMA group.

Syntax

dspaimlncnt <group_num> <linenum>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

linenum

Enter the number for the line you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the lines assigned to an IMA group.


Related Commands

clraimgrpcnt, clraimlncnt, dspaimgrp, dspaimgrpcnt, dspaimgrps, dspimainfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the line counters for line 1 of IMA group 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimalncnt 1 1

   IMA group number                : 1
   Line number                     : 1
   Icp Cells Received              : 21787
   Icp Errored Cells Recvd         : 0
   Ima Violations Count            : 0
   Ima OIF anomalies               : 0
   Ima Ne Severely Errored Seconds : 0
   Ima Fe Severely Errored Seconds : 0
   Ima Ne Unavailable Seconds      : 6471
   Ima Fe Unavailable Seconds      : 0
   Ima NeTx Unusable Seconds       : 6553
   Ima NeRx Unusable Seconds       : 6553
   Ima FeTx Unusable Seconds       : 1
   Ima FeRx Unusable Seconds       : 0
   Ima FeTx Num. Failues           : 0
   Ima FeRx Num. Failures          : 0
   # HEC errored cells             : 0
   # HEC errored seconds           : 0
   # Severely HEC errored seconds  : 0

Syntax : dspimalncnt (or dspaimlncnt) imagroup linenum
        IMA group number -- value ranging from 1 to 8
        line number -- value ranging from 1 to 8


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspalm

Display Alarm—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspalm command to display the active alarms associated with a specific line on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspalm -ds1 <line>

Syntax Description

line

Line number for the line you want to display. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralm, clralms, dspalms

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the alarms for line 2 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspalm -ds1 8

  LineNum:                   8
  LineAlarmState:            No Alarms
  LineStatisticalAlarmState: No Statistical Alarms


PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspalmcnf

Display Alarm Configuration—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspalmcnf command to display the alarm configuration and thresholds for a specific line on the current card.

Syntax

dspalmcnf -ds1 <line>

Syntax Description

line

Line number for the line you want to display the alarm configuration. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the alarm configuration for line 8 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspalmcnf -ds1 8

  LineNum:                  8
  RedSeverity:              Major
  RAISeverity:              Minor
  NEAlarmUpCount:           6
  NEAlarmDnCount:           1
  NEAlarmThreshold:         1500
  FEAlarmUpCount:           6
  FEAlarmDnCount:           1
  FEAlarmThreshold:         1500
  StatisticalAlarmSeverity: Minor
  lCV15minThreshold:        14
  lCV24hrThreshold:         134
  lES15minThreshold:        12
  lES24hrThreshold:         121
  lSES15minThreshold:       10
  lSES24hrThreshold:        100
  cRC15minThreshold:        14
  cRC24hrThreshold:         134
  cRCES15minThreshold:      12
  cRCES24hrThreshold:       121
  cRCSES15minThreshold:     10

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

  cRCSES24hrThreshold:      100
  SEFS15minThreshold:       2
  SEFS24hrThreshold:        17
  AISS15minThreshold:       2
  AISS24hrThreshold:        17
  UAS15minThreshold:        10
  UAS24hrThreshold:         10


PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspalmcnt

Display Alarm Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspalmcnt command to display the alarm counters for a line on the current AUSM or MPSM card. The alarm counters indicate how many times each type of active alarm has occurred since the counters were last reset.

Syntax

dspalmcnt -ds1 <line>

Syntax Description

line

Line number for the line for which you want to display the alarm counters. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralmcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the alarm counters for line 8 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspalmcnt -ds1 8

  LineNum:               8
  lCVCurrent:            0
  lCVLast15minBucket:    0
  lCVLast24hrBucket:     0
  lESCurrent:            0
  lESLast15minBucket:    0
  lESLast24hrBucket:     0
  lSESCurrent:           0
  lSESLast15minBucket:   0
  lSESLast24hrBucket:    0
  cRCCurrent:            0
  cRCLast15minBucket:    0
  cRCLast24hrBucket:     0
  cRCESCurrent:          0
  cRCESLast15minBucket:  0
  cRCESLast24hrBucket:   0
  cRCSESCurrent:         0
  cRCSESLast15minBucket: 0
  cRCSESLast24hrBucket:  0
  sEFSCurrent:           0
  sEFSLast15minBucket:   0

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

  sEFSLast24hrBucket:    1
  aISSCurrent:           0
  aISSLast15minBucket:   0
  aISSLast24hrBucket:    0
  uASCurrent:            0
  uASLast15minBucket:    0
  uASLast24hrBucket:     0
  percentEFS:            99
  RcvLOSCount:           0
  RcvOOFCount:           0
  RcvRAICount:           0
  RcvFECount:            0


PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspalms

Display Alarms—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspalms command to display a summary of the active line alarms on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspalms -ds1

Syntax Description

-ds1

Indicates that you want to display line alarms for DS1 (T1 or E1) lines.


Related Commands

clralm, clralms, dspalm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the line alarms on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspalms -ds1

  Line  AlarmState   StatisticalAlarmState
  ----  -----------  ---------------------
  21.1  Alarm(s) On  Alarm(s) On
  21.8  No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms


PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspautorestart

Display Auto Restart—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The dspautorestart command manually displays the current setting for the IMA group automatic restart feature.

Syntax

dspautorestart

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfautorestart, restartimagrp

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the IMA group automatic restart feature setting.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspautorestart


IMA Group Auto Restart Feature : DISABLE

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspbert

Display Bit Error Rate Testing—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspbert command to view the parameters configured with the cnfbert command and to view the status of the current BERT test.

Syntax

dspbert <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

Specify the interface number to be viewed using the format line.port.

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Port number Range: 1-8

Note To specify a Line BERT test, the Port Number = 0.


Related Commands

clrbertstats, cnfbert, delbert, dspbertstats, insbiterror, startbert, stopbert

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the BERT test configured on line 1 of the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspbert 1.0

 Interface Number   : 1.0
 Loopback Code      : LineInBand
 Pattern            : TwoE7MinusOne
 ErrorInsertRate    : OneInTenThousand
 Start Date/Time    : Not Started
 Operational Status : Out Of Sync


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 

dspbertstats

Display Bit Error Rate Testing Statistics—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspbertstats command to view statistics for the Bit Error Rate Test configured on the current card. This command can be used while the Bit Error Rate Test is running in order to view changing statistics or it can be used after testing has been stopped in order to view the total statistics accumulated during the test period.

Syntax

dspbertstats <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

Specify the interface number on which to view BERT statistics using the format line.port.

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-ATM and MPSM-8E1-ATM Port number Range: 1-8

Note To specify a Line BERT test, the Port Number = 0.


Related Commands

clrbertstats, cnfbert, delbert, dspbert, insbiterror, startbert, stopbert

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the statistics for the Bit Error Rate Testing running on line 1 of the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspbertstats 1.0

 Interface Number          : 1.0
 Rx Bit Count              : 0
 Rx Bit Error Count        : 0
 Sync Loss Transition      : 0
 Pattern Loss Count (secs) : 2334


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

dspcacparm

Display Call Admission Control Parameters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The dspcacparm command displays whether the call admission control (CAC) algorithm for VBR connections on the current card is based on PCR or SCR.

Syntax

dspcacparm

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfcacparm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the CAC algorithm configured on the current card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > ? dspcacparm 

dspcacparm            No       Active  Group 1

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 

dspcd

Display Card—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspcd command to display information regarding the hardware, software, and operational status of the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspcd


Note You can also display card information by entering the dspcd command on the PXM1E with the appropriate slot number. For example: dspcd 21. The command report that appears is different from the report that appears when you enter the dspcd command on the AUSM or MPSM card.


Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

version

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display information for the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspcd


  ModuleSlotNumber:          21
  FunctionModuleState:       Active
  FunctionModuleType:        AUSM-8T1/B
  FunctionModuleSerialNum:   820581
  FunctionModuleHWRev:       ae
  FunctionModuleFWRev:       020.000.001.000-D
  FunctionModuleResetReason: Reset by PXM
  LineModuleType:            LM-RJ48-8T1
  LineModuleState:           Present
  mibVersionNumber:          80
  configChangeTypeBitMap:    CardCnfChng, LineCnfChng
  cardIntegratedAlarm:       Major
  cardMajorAlarmBitMap:      Line Alarm
                             ATM PORT ALARM
  cardMinorAlarmBitMap:      Channel failure

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

       Front Card Info 
  Hardware Revision      :   AE
  Card Type              :   52
  Serial Number          :   820581
  Fab Number             :   28-2160-01

       Back Card Info 
  Hardware Revision      :   AA
  Card Type              :   22
  Serial Number          :   773224
  Fab Number             :   28-2011-01

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

Display information for the current MPSM-8T1-ATM card.


M8850_R1.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspcd


  ModuleSlotNumber:          22
  FunctionModuleState:       Active
  FunctionModuleType:        MPSM-8T1-ATM
  FunctionModuleSerialNum:   SAD073103HH
  FunctionModuleHWRev:       02
  FunctionModuleFWRev:       030.000.010.027-A
  FunctionModuleResetReason: Reset by PXM
  LineModuleType:            LM-RJ48-8T1
  LineModuleState:           Present
  mibVersionNumber:          102
  configChangeTypeBitMap:    No changes
  cardIntegratedAlarm:       Major
  cardMajorAlarmBitMap:      Line Alarm
                             Port in Alarm 
                             ATM PORT ALARM

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


      Front Card Info        

  PCB PART NO-(800 LEVEL):   800-24473-01 
  PCB PART_NO-(73 LEVEL):    73-9197-01 
  PCB REVISION (800 LEVEL):   
  PCB SERIAL NO:             SAD073103HH 
  CLEI CODE:                 0 
  MANUFACTURING ENG:         0x0        
  RMA TEST HISTORY:          0x0        
 
      Back Card Info        


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

  PCB PART NO-(800 LEVEL):   000-00000-00 
  PCB PART NO-(73 LEVEL):    00-00000-00 
  PCB REVISION (800 LEVEL):  AC 
  FAB PART NO-(28 LEVEL):    28-02011-01 
  PCB SERIAL NO:             B75816 
  MANUFACTURING ENG:         0x1C       
  RMA HISTORY:               0x0        
 
M8850_R1.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 

dspcderrs

Display Hardware Errors in BRAM—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspcderrs command to display card-related errors on an AUSM or MPSM card. No response messages appear on screen when there are no errors.

Syntax

dspcderrs

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrcderrs

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display any card errors for the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspcderrs

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspcdparms

Display Card Parameters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspcdparms command to display parameters configured on the current card.

Syntax

dspcdparms

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfcdparms

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the parameters configured on the current card.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspcdparms
CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
Opt#  Value       Type           Description
----  -----       ----           -----------
1     No          Boolean        Send Old Config Change Trap                  


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >   

dspcdprtntype

Display Card Partition Type (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspcdprtntype to display the LCN partition type configured on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspcdprtntype

Syntax Description

None.

Related Commands

cnfcdprtntype

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the LCN partition type configured on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspcdprtntype


   cardLcnPartitionType: port controller based

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

dspcdrscprtn

Display Card Resource Partition (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

Use the dspcdrscprtn command to view the card-level resources allocated to each resource partition configured on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspcdrscprtn

Syntax Description

None.

Related Commands

addcdrscprtn, cnfcdrscprtn, delcdrscprtn

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display card resource partition configuration information for the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspcdrscprtn

   User   NumOfLcnAvail
  ------  -------------
   PAR         1000 
   PNNI        1000 
   TAG         1000 


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspchan

Display Connection using Channel Number—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspchan command to display configuration and operation data for connection. This command produces the same report as the dspcon command, but you can specify the connection using the channel number instead of using the port, VPI, and VCI numbers.

Syntax

dspchan <channel>

Syntax Description

channel

Specify the channel for the connection to be displayed. Channel numbers are displayed in the LCN column of dspcons and dspchans command reports.


Related Commands

addcon, delcon, dncon, dspchans, dspcons, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the connection identified as channel 18.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > dspchan 18

  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:   18         RowStatus: Add       
  AdmnState: Up         ChanState: Ok        
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
  PORT-ALARM CTRLR-ABIT E-AIS/RDI  I-AIS/RDI  
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
      NO         NO         NO         NO     
  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:                           18
  RowStatus:                         Add
  ConnAdminStatus:                   Up
  ConnectionType:                    VCC
  ServiceType:                       CBR1
  ChanSvcFlag:                       PNNI
  PortNum:                           2
  VPI:                               200
  VCI (For VCC):                     200
  Local VPId(for VPC):               0
  EgressQNum:                        1
  IngressQDepth(cells):              1000
  IngressDiscardOption:              CLP hysterisis
  IngressFrameDiscardThreshold       1000
  IngressQCLPHigh(cells):            900
  IngressQCLPLow(cells):             800
  QCLPState:                         LOW
  IngressEfciThreshold(cells):       1000

  UPCEnable:                         Enabled
  PeakCellRate[0+1](cells/sec):      3622
  CellDelayVariation[0+1]:           10000 (micro secs)
  PeakCellRate[0](cells/sec):        3622
  CellDelayVariation[0]:             250000 (micro secs)
  SustainedCellRate(cells/sec):      10
  MaximumBurstSize(cells):           1024
  SCRPolicing:                       CLP[0]
  CLPTagEnable:                      Enabled
  FrameGCRAEnable:                   Disable

  InitialBurstSize(cells):           0
  LocalRemoteLpbkState:              Disable
  ChanTestType:                      No Test
  ChanTestState:                     Failed
  ChanRTDresult:                     65535 ms

  Ingress percentage util:           100
  Egress percentage util :           100
  Egress Service Rate:               3622
  LocalVpi:                          200
  LocalVci:                          200
  LocalNSAP:                         4700918100000000016444445c000001016b0200
  RemoteVpi:                         200
  RemoteVci:                         200
  RemoteNSAP:                        4700918100000000016444445c000001015b0400
  Mastership:                        Master
  VpcFlag:                           Vcc
  RoutingPriority:                   8
  MaxCost:                           2147483647
  RestrictTrunkType:                 No Restriction
  LocalConnPCR:                      3622
  LocalConnSCR:                      10
  LocalConnMCR:                      10
  RemoteConnPCR:                     3622
  RemoteConnSCR:                     10
  RemoteConnMCR:                     10
  LocalConnMBS:                      1024
  RemoteConnMBS:                     1024
  Chan Reroute:                      False
  ConnPercentUtil:                   100
  ChanOvrSubOvrRide:                 Enabled

 Stdabr Parameters:
  Minimum Cell Rate:                 10 Cells per second
  Peak Cell Rate:                    3622 Cells per second
  Initial Cell rate:                 3622 Cells per second
  Rate Increase Factor:              64
  Rate Decrease Factor:              16
  Nrm -- Inrate Cell Count:          64
  Trm -- Time limit for Frm:         255 milliseconds
  Transient Buffer Exposure:         16777215 Cells
  Fixed Round Trip Time:             0 milliseconds
  ACR Decrease Time Factor:          500 milliseconds
  Cutoff Decrease Factor:            16
  AbrType:                           Switch behavior without VS/VD

  ChanNumNextAvailable     :  17
  Local VpId NextAvailable :  1

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > 

dspchancnt

Display Channel Statistics Count—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspchancnt command to display statistics information for a connection.

Syntax

dspchancnt <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspchans command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to display. The dspchans command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.


Related Commands

addcon, clrchancnt, delcon, dncon, dspchans, dspcons, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the statistics for channel 18.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > dspchancnt 18

  ChanNum:                                    18
  ChannelState:                               Active
  ChannelEgressRcvState:                      Normal
  ChannelEgressXmitState:                     Normal
  ChannelIngressRcvState:                     Normal
  ChannelIngressXmtState:                     Normal
  ChanInServiceSeconds:                       323316
  ChanIngressPeakQDepth(cells):               1
  ChanIngressCurrQDepth(cells):               0
  ChanIngressReceiveCells:                    971228746
  ChanIngressClpSetCells:                     0
  ChanIngressEfciSetRcvCells:                 0
  ChanIngressEfciSetXmtCells:                 0
  ChanIngressUpcClpSetCells:                  0
  ChanIngressQfullDiscardCells:               0
  ChanIngressClpSetDiscardCells:              0
  ChanIngressTransmitCells:                   971228746
  ChanShelfAlarmDiscardCells:                 0
  ChanEarlyPacketDiscardCells:                0
  ChanPartialPacketDiscardCells:              0
  ChanIngressTransmitAAL5Frames:              80935728
  ChanIngressReceiveCellRate(cells/sec):      3004
  ChanIngressReceiveUtilization(percentage):  82
  ChanIngressTransmitCellRate(cells/sec):     3004
  ChanIngressTransmitUtilization(percentage): 82
  ChanEgressReceiveCellRate(cells/sec):       0
  ChanEgressReceiveUtilization(percentage):   0
  EgressPortQFullDiscardCells:                0
  EgressPortQClpThreshDiscardCells:           0
  ChanTransmitFifoFullCount (per card):       0


PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

dspchans

Display Channels—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspchans command to display a summary of all the connections on the current AUSM or MPSM card. There are no required parameters for this command. The command options allow you to customize the report the command displays.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM on Cisco MGX Switches with PXM1E or PXM45 Controllers

dspchans [-chn <ChanNum>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-vpi <VPI>] [-vci <VCI>] [-cos <ConnServType>]
[
-ct <ConnectionType>] [-master <masterShip>] [-pqn <Qnum>] [-admin <ConnAdminStatus>] [-alarm <ConnAlarmStatus>]

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM on Cisco MGX Switches with PXM1 Controllers

dspchans

Syntax Description

ChanNum

Channel number. Use this option to limit the display to a specific channel. To view the configured channel numbers, use the dspcons command without any options.

PortNum

Port number. This option limits the display to the connections on the specified port. To view the configured ports, use the dspports command.

VPI

Connection VPI number. This option limits the display to the connections that use the specified VPI number. To view the configured VPI numbers, use the dspcons command without any options.

VCI

Connection VCI number. This option limits the display to the connections that use the specified VCI number. To view the configured VCI numbers, use the dspcons command without any options.

ConnServType

Service type. Use this option to limit the display to connections that use a particular ATM service type. To select the service type, enter the option with one of the following keywords:

CBR1

CBR2

CBR3

RT-VBR1

RT-VBR2

RT-VBR3

NRT-VBR1

NRT-VBR2

NRT-VBR3

UBR1

UBR2

ABRSD

ConnectionType

Connection type. Use this option to limit the display to connections that use a specific channel type. To select the channel type, select one of the following types:

Virtual Path Connection = VPC

Virtual Channel Connection = VCC

masterShip

Mastership. This option allows you to limit the display to connections for which the local endpoint is either a master endpoint or a slave endpoint. To use this option, enter either -master master or -master slave.

Qnum

Egress queue select. Use this option to select connections based on the egress queues they are using. Valid queue numbers are 1 through 16.

ConnAdminStatus

Administrative status. Use this option to limit the display to those connections that either are administratively up or to those that are administratively down. To use this option, enter either -admin up or -admin down.

ConnAlarmStatus

Alarm type. Use this option to limit the display to connections that meet a specific alarm condition. To select the alarm condition, enter the option with one of the following keywords:

OK

PORT-ALARM

CTRLR-ABIT

E-AIS

RDI

I-AIS

RDI


Related Commands

addcon, cnfcon, delcon, dncon, dspcon, rrtcon, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the connections on the current AUSM card in the standard format (with no command options).

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > dspchans

  LCN  Port VPI  VCI  Class    Type  M/S EgrQ Admin Alarm 
  ---- ---- --- ----- -------  ----- --- ---- ----- -----    
  0016 001  100 00100 CBR1      VCC   S   1   Up    PORT-ALARM
  0017 002  100 00100 CBR1      VCC   M   1   Up    PORT-ALARM

  Number of channels:    2

  ChanNumNextAvailable     :  18
  Local VpId NextAvailable :  1

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

dspchantrapenbl

Display Channel Traps Status (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspchantrapenbl command to view the status of channel traps on AUSM and MPSM cards.

Syntax

dspchantrapenbl

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfchantrapenbl

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 2


Example

Display the status of channel traps on the current AUSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.17.AUSMB8.a > dspchantrapenbl

Channel Traps: DISABLED

M8250_SJ.1.17.AUSMB8.a > 

dspcon

Display Connection—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspcon command to display configuration and operation data for connection.

Syntax

dspcon <port_num.vpi.vci>

or

dspcon <port_num> <vpi> <vci>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.


Related Commands

addcon, cnfcon, delcon, dncon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the connection on port 1, VPI/VCI 100/100.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > dspcon 1.100.100

  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:   16         RowStatus: Add       
  AdmnState: Up         ChanState: Failed    
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
  PORT-ALARM CTRLR-ABIT E-AIS/RDI  I-AIS/RDI  
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
     YES        YES         NO         NO     
  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:                           16
  RowStatus:                         Add
  ConnAdminStatus:                   Up
  ConnectionType:                    VCC
  ServiceType:                       CBR1
  ChanSvcFlag:                       PNNI
  PortNum:                           1
  VPI:                               100
  VCI (For VCC):                     100
  Local VPId(for VPC):               0
  EgressQNum:                        1
  IngressQDepth(cells):              1000
  IngressDiscardOption:              CLP hysterisis
  IngressFrameDiscardThreshold       1000
  IngressQCLPHigh(cells):            900
  IngressQCLPLow(cells):             800
  QCLPState:                         LOW
  IngressEfciThreshold(cells):       1000

  UPCEnable:                         Enabled
  PeakCellRate[0+1](cells/sec):      3591
  CellDelayVariation[0+1]:           10000 (micro secs)
  PeakCellRate[0](cells/sec):        3591
  CellDelayVariation[0]:             250000 (micro secs)
  SustainedCellRate(cells/sec):      10
  MaximumBurstSize(cells):           1024
  SCRPolicing:                       CLP[0]
  CLPTagEnable:                      Enabled
  FrameGCRAEnable:                   Disable

  InitialBurstSize(cells):           0
  LocalRemoteLpbkState:              Disable
  ChanTestType:                      No Test
  ChanTestState:                     Not In Progress
  ChanRTDresult:                     65535 ms

  Ingress percentage util:           100
  Egress percentage util :           100
  Egress Service Rate:               3591
  LocalVpi:                          100
  LocalVci:                          100
  LocalNSAP:                         4700918100000000016444445c00000101230100
  RemoteVpi:                         0
  RemoteVci:                         0
  RemoteNSAP:                        0000000000000000000000000000000000000000
  Mastership:                        Slave
  VpcFlag:                           Vcc
  RoutingPriority:                   8
  MaxCost:                           2147483647
  RestrictTrunkType:                 No Restriction
  LocalConnPCR:                      3591
  LocalConnSCR:                      10
  LocalConnMCR:                      10
  RemoteConnPCR:                     3591
  RemoteConnSCR:                     10
  RemoteConnMCR:                     10
  LocalConnMBS:                      1024
  RemoteConnMBS:                     1024
  Chan Reroute:                      False
  ConnPercentUtil:                   100
  ChanOvrSubOvrRide:                 Enabled

 Stdabr Parameters:
  Minimum Cell Rate:                 10 Cells per second
  Peak Cell Rate:                    10 Cells per second
  Initial Cell rate:                 10 Cells per second
  Rate Increase Factor:              64
  Rate Decrease Factor:              16
  Nrm -- Inrate Cell Count:          64
  Trm -- Time limit for Frm:         255 milliseconds
  Transient Buffer Exposure:         16777215 Cells
  Fixed Round Trip Time:             0 milliseconds
  ACR Decrease Time Factor:          500 milliseconds
  Cutoff Decrease Factor:            16
  AbrType:                           Switch behavior without VS/VD

  ChanNumNextAvailable     :  18
  Local VpId NextAvailable :  1

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > 

dspcons

Display Connections—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspcons command to display a summary of all the connections on the current AUSM or MPSM card. There are no required parameters for this command. The command options allow you to customize the report the command displays.

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM on Cisco MGX Switches with PXM45 or PXM1E Controllers

dspcons [-chn <ChanNum>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-vpi <VPI>] [-vci <VCI>] [-cos <ConnServType>]
[
-ct <ConnectionType>] [-master <masterShip>] [-pqn <Qnum>] [-admin <ConnAdminStatus>] [-alarm <ConnAlarmStatus>]

Syntax: AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM on Cisco MGX Switches with PXM1 Controllers

dspcons

Syntax Description

ChanNum

Channel number. Use this option to limit the display to a specific channel. To view the configured channel numbers, use the dspcons command without any options.

PortNum

Port number. This option limits the display to the connections on the specified port. To view the configured ports, use the dspports command.

VPI

Connection VPI number. This option limits the display to the connections that use the specified VPI number. To view the configured VPI numbers, use the dspcons command without any options.

VCI

Connection VCI number. This option limits the display to the connections that use the specified VCI number. To view the configured VCI numbers, use the dspcons command without any options.

ConnServType

Service type. Use this option to limit the display to connections that use a particular ATM service type. To select the service type, enter the option with one of the following keywords:

CBR1

CBR2

CBR3

RT-VBR1

RT-VBR2

RT-VBR3

NRT-VBR1

NRT-VBR2

NRT-VBR3

UBR1

UBR2

ABRSD

ConnectionType

Connection type. Use this option to limit the display to connections that use a specific channel type. To select the channel type, select one of the following types:

Virtual Path Connection = VPC

Virtual Channel Connection = VCC

masterShip

Mastership. This option allows you to limit the display to connections for which the local endpoint is either a master endpoint or a slave endpoint. To use this option, enter either -master master or -master slave.

Qnum

Egress queue select. Use this option to select connections based on the egress queues they are using. Valid queue numbers are 1 through 16.

ConnAdminStatus

Administrative status. Use this option to limit the display to those connections that either are administratively up or to those that are administratively down. To use this option, enter either -admin up or -admin down.

ConnAlarmStatus

Alarm type. Use this option to limit the display to connections that meet a specific alarm condition. To select the alarm condition, enter the option with one of the following keywords:

OK

PORT-ALARM

CTRLR-ABIT

E-AIS

RDI

I-AIS

RDI


Related Commands

addcon, cnfcon, delcon, dncon, dspcon, rrtcon, tstcon, upcon

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the connections on the current AUSM card in the standard format (with no command options).

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a > dspcons

  LCN  Port VPI  VCI  Class    Type  M/S EgrQ Admin Alarm 
  ---- ---- --- ----- -------  ----- --- ---- ----- -----    
  0016 001  100 00100 CBR1      VCC   S   1   Up    PORT-ALARM
  0017 002  100 00100 CBR1      VCC   M   1   Up    PORT-ALARM

  Number of channels:    2

  ChanNumNextAvailable     :  18
  Local VpId NextAvailable :  1

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.AUSMB8.a >

dspconstdabr

Display Connection Standard ABR—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspconstdabr command to display the Standard ABR configuration on a connection.

Syntax

dspconstdabr <port_num.vpi.vci | channel_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections, enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report.

channel_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to display. The dspcons command displays connection channel numbers in the LCN column.


Related Commands

addcon, cnfconabrparams, cnfconabrrates, cnfconstdabr, dspcon, dspcons

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the ABR parameter configuration on connection 16.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > dspconstdabr 16

     ChannelNumber               :  16
     Minimum Cell Rate           :  10 Cells per second
     Peak Cell Rate              :  3622 Cells per second
     Initial Cell rate           :  3622 Cells per second
     Rate Increase Factor        :  64
     Rate Decrease Factor        :  16
     Nrm -- Inrate Cell Count    :  64
     Trm -- Time limit for Frm   :  255 milliseconds
     Transient Buffer Exposure   :  16777215 Cells
     Fixed Round Trip Time       :  0 milliseconds
     ACR Decrease Time Factor    :  500 milliseconds
     Cutoff Decrease Factor      :  16
     ABRType                     :  Switch behavior without VS/VD


PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

dspdiagresults

Display Diagnostic Results—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Enter the dspdiagresults command to display the results of diagnostic tests configured for the current card.

Syntax

dspdiagresults

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, cnfdiagtest, dspdiagtests, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the results of the diagnostics tests that were enabled on the current card.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspdiagresults 

Online Diagnostic tests RUNNING.
 
ID Name                           Enable    Attempts   FailCnt   Result   
-- ------------------------------ -------   --------   -------   -------  
1  Boot Checksum                  Yes           1         0       Pass  
2  Front card NVRAM Checksum      Yes           1         0       Pass  
3  CPU Performance Monitor        Yes          185        0       Pass  
4  NP Performance Monitor         Yes          185        0       Pass  
5  SLFP Access                    Yes          185        0       Pass  
6  MPCTL Access                   Yes          185        0       Pass  
7  FRAMER Access                  Yes          185        0       Pass  
8  LDRAM Memory Availability      Yes          185        0       Pass  
9  Host Memory Availability       Yes           31        0       Pass  
10 Packet Memory Availability     Yes           31        0       Pass  
11 Internal Memory Availability   Yes           31        0       Pass  
12 Parameter Memory Availability  Yes           31        0       Pass  
13 Host Memory Access             Yes          921        0       Pass  
14 Packet Memory Access           Yes          185        0       Pass  
15 Parameter Memory Access        Yes          185        0       Pass  
16 MPCTL Error Monitor            Yes          185        0       Pass  
17 NP Error Monitor               Yes          185        0       Pass  
18 NP Health Check                Yes          185        0       Pass  
19 MPCTL Loopback                 Yes          921        0       Pass  
20 PXM Data Path Loopback Test    Yes          921        0       Pass  
21 NP TDM Loopback Test           No            0         0       N/A   
22 SLFP TDM Loopback Test         No            0         0       N/A   
23 Framer Loopback Test           No            0         0       N/A   

dspdiagtests

Display Diagnostic Tests—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Enter the dspdiagtests command to view the complete list of available online diagnostic tests configured on the current MPSM card. Use of this command with the Test ID number option will give detailed information about a specific online diagnostic test.

Syntax

dspdiagtests [<TestId>]

Syntax Description

TestId

Use of this option will give detailed information about each individual diagnostic test. Enter the dspdiagtests command to view the diagnostic tests available and the associated test ID numbers.


Related Commands

clrdiagresults, cnfdiagtest, dspdiagresults, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display detailed information about online diagnostic test 12 on the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspdiagtests

ID Name                            Enable   Role   StartTOD   Period  Iteratns 
-- ----------------------------    -------  ------ --------    ------  -------- 
1  Boot Checksum                    No      Active    NOW       1440  FOREVER 
2  Front card NVRAM Checksum        No      Active    NOW       1440  FOREVER 
3  CPU Performance Monitor          No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
4  NP Performance Monitor           No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
5  SLFP Access                      No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
6  MPCTL Access                     No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
7  FRAMER Access                    No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
8  LDRAM Memory Availability        No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
9  Host Memory Availability         No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 
10 Packet Memory Availability       No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 
11 Internal Memory Availability     No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 
12 Parameter Memory Availability    No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 
13 Host Memory Access               No      Active    NOW        1    FOREVER 
14 Packet Memory Access             No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
15 Parameter Memory Access          No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
16 MPCTL Error Monitor              No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
17 NP Error Monitor                 No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
18 NP Health Check                  No      Active    NOW        5    FOREVER 
19 MPCTL Loopback                   No      Active    NOW        1    FOREVER 
20 PXM Data Path Loopback Test      No      Active    NOW        1    FOREVER 
21 NP TDM Loopback Test             No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 
22 SLFP TDM Loopback Test           No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 
23 Framer Loopback Test             No      Active    NOW        30   FOREVER 

Online Diagnostic tests RUNNING.
 
M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > 


Display detailed information about online diagnostic test 12 on the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspdiagtests 12

Test Name: Parameter Memory Availability
Function: Monitors the available Parameter memory.
          Input Parameters:
           Threshold for available memory: 0 - 100%
           NP ID: 0 for MPSM-8T1E1, 0/1/2(Both NP) for MPSM-16T1E1
Alarm Raised on Failure: Major
Recovery Action: N.A
Role: Active   
Enable: Yes
StartTOD: NOW
Period: 30
Iterations: FOREVER
Configured Parameters:  15, 0

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

dspfeature

Display Feature—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

Use the dspfeature command to display the feature set supported on the current AUSM card. The feature sets that can be supported are:

Rate control for standard ABR services

Inverse Multiplexing over ATM (IMA)


Note To display the feature set supported on the current MPSM-8T1-ATM or MPSM-8E1-ATM card, enter the dspliccd command.


Syntax

dspfeature

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfchanabrparams, cnfchanabrrates, cnfchanstdabr, cnfstdabrctrl, dspchanstdabr, dspstdabrctrl

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Strata Group


Example

Display features of the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspfeature


  Rate Control:  On
  IMA feature:  On

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspfst

Display ForeSight Parameters (PXM1 only)—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B

The dspfst command displays the ForeSight parameters for the current card.

Syntax

dspfst

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfchanfst, cnffst, dspchans, dspcons

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 2:


Example

Display the current ForeSight parameter settings on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspfst


  RateUp:        0 percent
  RateDown:      0 percent
  RateFastDown:  0 percent
  QIRTimeout:    0 seconds
  RTD interval:  0 seconds

dspilmi

Display ILMI—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspilmi command to view the Interim Local Management Interface (ILMI) configuration for an ATM port or IMA group.

Syntax

dspilmi <port_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command.


Related Commands

cnfilmi, dspilmicnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the ILMI configuration for port 1 on the AUSM.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspilmi 1

  PortNum:                       1
  Signalling:                    No Signalling
  SignallingVPI:                 0
  SignallingVCI:                 16
  ILMITrap:                      Disable
  ILMI-Min-Trap-Interval(secs):  1
  KeepAlivePolling:              Disable
  ErrorThreshold:                3
  EventThreshold:                4
  PollingInterval(secs):         30
  MinimumEnquiryInterval(secs):  10
  AddressRegistration:           Disable


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > 

dspilmicnt

Display ILMI Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspilmicnt command to view the ILMI counters for an ATM port or IMA group.

Syntax

dspilmicnt <port_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command.


Related Commands

cnfilmi, dspilmi

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display ILMI counters for port 1 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspilmicnt 1

  PortNum:                               1
  SNMPPDUsReceived:                      0
  GetRequestReceived:                    0
  GetNextRequestReceived:                0
  SetRequestReceived:                    0
  TrapReceived:                          0
  GetResponseReceived:                   0
  GetResponseTransmitted:                0
  GetRequestTransmitted:                 0
  TrapsTransmitted:                      0
  InvalidPDUReceived:                    0
  Asn1ParseError:                        0
  NoSuchNameError:                       0
  TooBigError:                           0


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimaalmparm

Display IMA Alarm Parameters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

There are two IMA alarm parameters. One parameter defines how long an IMA group must be down before an alarm is generated. The other parameter defines how long a previously downed IMA group must be up before another alarm reports that the group is back up. Use the dspimaalmparm command to view the IMA alarm parameters for a specified IMA group.

Syntax

dspimaalmparm <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

cnfimaalmparm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the configuration for IMA group 1 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimaalmparm 1

        Group No.               UpTime(msec).                   DownTime(msec)
        ---------               -------                     --------------
           1                     2500                      10000


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimagrp

Display IMA Group—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimagrp command to view the current configuration for an IMA group.

Syntax

dspimagrp <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

addimagrp, addlns2imagrp, cnfimagrp, delimagrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the configuration for IMA group 1 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimagrp 1

   IMA Group number                 : 1
   Port type                        : NNI
   Lines configured                 : 1.2.3.4
   Enable                           : Enabled
   IMA Port state                   : Active
   IMA Group Ne state               : operational
   PortSpeed (cells/sec)            : 14364
   GroupTxAvailCellRate (cells/sec) : 14364
   ImaGroupTxFrameLength(cells)     : 128
   LcpDelayTolerance (IMA frames)   : 1
   ReadPtrWrPtrDiff  (cells)        : 4
   Minimum number of links          : 3
   MaxTolerableDiffDelay (msec)     : 275
   Lines Present                    : 1.2.3.4
   Observed Diff delay (msec)       : 0
   Clock Mode                       : CTC
   GroupAlpha                       : 2
   GroupBeta                        : 2
   GroupGamma                       : 1
   GroupConfiguration               : 1
   IMAGrp Failure status            : No Failure
   Timing reference link            : 1
   ImaGroupTxImaId                  : 0x0
   ExpectedGroupRxImaId             : 0x0   

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimagrpcnt

Display IMA Group Counter—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimagrpcnt command to view the failure count for a specific IMA group on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspimagrpcnt <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

clrimagrpcnt, clrimalncnt, dspimagrp, dspimagrps, dspimainfo, dspimalncnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the failure count for IMA group 2 on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimagrpcnt 2

  IMA Group number:                           2
  Ne Number of failures                   :   0


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimagrps

Display IMA Groups—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimagrps command to list the configured IMA groups on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspimagrps

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addimagrp, addlns2imagrp, cnfimagrp, delimagrp, dellnsfmimagrp, dspimagrp

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display all IMA groups on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimagrps

 List of IMA groups:
 ===================

ImaGrp PortType Conf  Avail  Lines configured  Lines present  Tol Diff  Port State
                rate  rate                                    Delay(ms)           
------ -------- ----- -----  ---------------  --------------- --------- ----------
 1.1    NNI     14364 14364  1.2.3.4          1.2.3.4          275      Active
 1.2    NNI     14364     0  5.6.7.8                           275      Sig. Failure

  NextPortNumAvailable:  5

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimainfo

Display IMA Information—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimainfo command to view IMA status information for all IMA groups on the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspimainfo

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspautorestart, dspimagrp, dspimagrpcnt, dspimagrps, dspimaln, dspimalncnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display IMA status information for all IMA groups on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimainfo

Link  Group    NeTx        NeRx      FeTx         FeRx    TxLID  RxID 
              State       State     State        State                    
------------------------------------------------------------------    
   1   1   Active       Active       Active       Active       0   0
   2   1   Active       Active       Active       Active       1   1
   3   1   Active       Active       Active       Active       2   2
   4   1   Active       Active       Active       Active       3   3
   5   2   Unusable     Unusable     NotInGroup    NotInGroup    0  33
   6   2   Unusable     Unusable     NotInGroup    NotInGroup    1  33
   7   2   Unusable     Unusable     NotInGroup    NotInGroup    2  33
   8   2   Unusable     Unusable     NotInGroup    NotInGroup    3  33

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimaln

Display IMA Line Status—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimaln command to view the status for the specified line in an IMA group.

Syntax

dspimalncnt <group_num> <linenum>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

linenum

Enter the number for the line you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the lines assigned to an IMA group.


Related Commands

clrimagrpcnt, clrimalncnt, dspimagrp, dspimagrpcnt, dspimagrps, dspimainfo, dspimalncnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the line status for line 2 of IMA group 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimaln 1 2

   IMA Group number                 : 1
   Link number                      : 2
   ImaLink TxLId                    : 0x1
   ImaLink RxLId                    : 0x1
   LinkNeRxState                    : Active
   LinkNeTxState                    : Active
   LinkNeRxFailureStatus            : No Failure
   LinkFeRxState                    : Active
   LinkFeTxState                    : Active
   LinkFeRxFailureStatus            : No Failure
   LinkRelDelay                     : 0
   LinkRxTestPattern                : 1
   Ne Link Tx Num Failures          : 0
   Ne Link Rx Num Failures          : 0
   

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimalncnt

Display IMA Line Count—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimalncnt command to view the IMA line counters for the specified line in an IMA group.

Syntax

dspimalncnt <group_num> <linenum>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.

linenum

Enter the number for the line you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the lines assigned to an IMA group.


Related Commands

clrimagrpcnt, clrimalncnt, dspimagrp, dspimagrpcnt, dspimagrps, dspimainfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the line counters for line 1 of IMA group 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimalncnt 1 1

   IMA group number                : 1
   Line number                     : 1
   Icp Cells Received              : 21787
   Icp Errored Cells Recvd         : 0
   Ima Violations Count            : 0
   Ima OIF anomalies               : 0
   Ima Ne Severely Errored Seconds : 0
   Ima Fe Severely Errored Seconds : 0
   Ima Ne Unavailable Seconds      : 6471
   Ima Fe Unavailable Seconds      : 0
   Ima NeTx Unusable Seconds       : 6553
   Ima NeRx Unusable Seconds       : 6553
   Ima FeTx Unusable Seconds       : 1
   Ima FeRx Unusable Seconds       : 0
   Ima FeTx Num. Failues           : 0
   Ima FeRx Num. Failures          : 0
   # HEC errored cells             : 0
   # HEC errored seconds           : 0
   # Severely HEC errored seconds  : 0

Syntax : dspimalncnt (or dspaimlncnt) imagroup linenum
        IMA group number -- value ranging from 1 to 8
        line number -- value ranging from 1 to 8


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspimaparms

Display IMA Parameters—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

The dspimaparms command displays the maximum and minimum IMA (inverse multiplexing ATM) transmit identifiers configured for the current ATM card.

Syntax

dspimaparms

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

Attributes

Log:

State:

Privilege:


Example

Display the maximum and minimum IMA transmit identifiers configured for an MPSM-8-T1 card.

mgx591.1.4.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspimaparms

Min IMA TxId:  0
Max IMA TxId:  255

mgx591.1.4.MPSM8T1.ATM.a >

dspimatst

Display IMA Test—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspimatst command to view the configuration and status of the IMA test feature.

Syntax

dspimatst <group_num>

Syntax Description

group_num

Enter the number for the IMA group you want to display. Use the dspimagrps command to display the configured IMA groups.


Related Commands

clrimatst, cnfimatst, dspimagrp, dspimagrps

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the configuration and status for the IMA group 1 test feature.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspimatst 1

        Group No            : 1
        Test Link           : 4294967295
        Test Status         : Disabled
        Test Pattern        : 4294967295


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dsplcn

Display Local Channel Number—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dsplcn command to display the connection channel number when you know the port number, VPI, and VCI for the connection.

Syntax

dsplcn <port_num.vpi.vci>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. To display a complete list of connections (with channel numbers), enter the dspcons command.

vpi

Enter the VPI of the connection you want to display. The VPI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report (with channel numbers).

vci

Enter the VCI of the connection you want to display. The VCI for a connection is displayed in the dspcons command report (with channel numbers).


Related Commands

dspchans, dspcons

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the channel number for the connection using port 1 and VPI/VCI 100/100.

PXM1E_SF.1.13.AUSMB8.a > dsplcn 1.100.100

LCN number is : 16

PXM1E_SF.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

dspliccd

Display Card Licenses—MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspliccd command to display the current status of licenses on a service module.

Syntax

dspliccd

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

movelic

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Use the dspliccd command to display the current status of licenses on the MPSM-8T1-ATM card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.ATM.a > dspliccd
Card License Alarm:            Minor
Service Module Type:           MPSM8T1E1
Service Module Serial Number:  SAG07208RSX
Provisioning (addcon) Allowed: YES
=========================================================
Needed License Type               Needed Licenses
-------------------               ---------------
Channelization                    1

=========================================================
Allocated License Type            Allocated licenses
----------------------            ------------------
Channelization                    1

=========================================================
Programmed  License Type          Programmed licenses
------------------------          -------------------
Rate-Control                      1
Channelization                    1

=========================================================
Programmed License Registered: YES

Type <CR> to continue, Q<CR> to stop: 
License registration node: M8250_SJ
License registration chassis: SCA05020GGR
=========================================================


dspln

Display Line—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Enter the dspln command to view the characteristics of a specified physical line.

Syntax

dspln <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Line number for the line you want to display. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.


Related Commands

addln, cnfln, delln, dsplns

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display line 8 on the current AUSM.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspln 8

  LineNum:                   8
  LineConnectorType:         RJ-48
  LineType:                  dsx1ESF
  LineEnable:                Modify
  LineCoding:                dsx1B8ZS
  LineLength:                0-131 ft
  LineXmtClockSource:        LocalTiming
  LineLoopbackCommand:       LocalLineLoop
  LineSendCode:              NoCode
  LineUsedTimeslotsBitMap:   0xffffff
  LineLoopbackCodeDetection: codeDetectDisabled
  LineBERTEnable:            Disable

  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dsplns

Display Lines—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dsplns command to view a summary of all lines on the current card. To view more information about a single line, use the dspln command.

Syntax

dsplns

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addln, cnfln, delln, dspln

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display lines on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dsplns

  Line  Conn      Type     Status/Coding      Length     XmtClock Alarm Stats
        Type                                             Source         Alarm
  ----  ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------------- -------- ----- -----
  21.1  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    Yes
  21.2  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    Yes
  21.3  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Mod/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    No 
  21.4  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Mod/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  Yes   Yes
  21.5  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  Yes   Yes
  21.6  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  21.7  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  21.8  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Mod/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  Yes   No 

  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

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dsploads

Display Loads—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dsploads command to view the connection load for all ports on the current AUSM or MPSM. This command helps you to determine whether adding more connections is advisable.

The display shows the load in cells per second. If the traffic is exceeding the bandwidth configured for the port, an "overload" message appears at the bottom of the column for the overloaded port.

Syntax

dsploads

Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the loads on the current AUSM.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dsploads

                        Load Display for ATM UNI and IMA ports


                        Port 1  Port2   Port3   Port4   Port5   Port6   Port7   Port8
                        ***************************************************************
        Egress direction (Based on EgrSrv rate for all service types)

CBR                         0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

VBR                         0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

ABR                         0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

UBR                         0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

rt-VBR                      0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
                        --------------------------------------------------------------

Total                       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

        Ingress direction

CBR (based on PCR0+1)       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

VBR (based on PCR0+1)       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

ABR (based on MCR)          0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

UBR (based on PCR0+1)       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

rt-VBR (based on PCR0+1)    0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
                        --------------------------------------------------------------

Total                       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0

Load Status             Normal  Normal  Normal  Normal  Normal  Normal  Normal  Normal  



Note: All Cell Rates are multiplied by respective 
                Percentage Utilization factors

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspmaptbl

Display Map Table—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspmaptbl command to view the port, connection, and channel numbers assigned to ATM connections, as well as the channel type.

Syntax

dspmaptbl

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display map table for the current AUSM.

PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a > dspmaptbl

  PortNum  VPI  VCI ChanNum  Channel Type
  -------  ---  --- -------  ------------
   1       100  100  16        VCC
   2       200  200  18        VCC


PXM1E_SJ.1.13.AUSMB8.a >

dspmsgcnt

Display Message Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Display the message counters for the current AUSM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspmsgcnt

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrmsgcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the message counters for the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspmsgcnt


  RiscXmtCtrlMsg:            26626
  RiscRcvCtrlMsg:            26625
  SARXmtCtrlMsg:             26625
  SARRcvCtrlMsg:             26625
  SARCtrlMsgDiscLenErr:      0
  SARCtrlMsgDiscCRCErr:      0
  SARCtrlMsgDiscUnknownChan: 0
  SARCtrlMsgLastUnknownChan: 0

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dspplpp

Display PLPP—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspplpp command to view the configured Physical Layer Protocol Process (PLPP) parameters for a line on the current AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

dspplpp <phy_port_num>

Syntax Description

phy_port_num

Line number for which you want to configure PLPP. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.

Note The help for the cnfplpp command refers to a physical port, which is the same thing as a line. A logical port is the entity that is created with the addport command.


Related Commands

cnfplpp

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: 1


Example

Display PLPP parameters for line 8 on the current AUSM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a > dspplpp 8

  PhysicalPortNumber:            8
  CellFraming:                   ATM
  CellScramble:                  No Scramble
  Plpp Loopback:                 No Loopback
  Single-bit error correction:   Enabled


PXM1E_SJ.1.21.AUSMB8.a >

dspport

Display Port—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspport command to display status and configuration data for a specific port.

Syntax

dspport <port number>

Syntax Description

port number

Enter the port number you want to display. For a list of the configured ports, enter the dspports command.


Related Commands

addport, delport, dspports

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

The first example shows the display for ATM port 8.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspport 8


  LogicalPortNumber:             8
  Port Enable:                   UP
  Port State:                    Line alarm
  PortType:                      UNI
  PhysicalPortNumber:            8
  CellFraming:                   ATM
  CellScramble:                  No Scramble
  Plpp Loopback:                 No Loopback
  Single-bit error correction:   Disabled


PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

The second example shows the display for an IMA group using port number 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a > dspport 1

   IMA Group number                 : 1
   Port type                        : NNI
   Lines configured                 : 1.2.3.4
   Enable                           : Modify
   IMA Port state                   : Active
   IMA Group Ne state               : operational
   PortSpeed (cells/sec)            : 14364
   GroupTxAvailCellRate (cells/sec) : 14364
   ImaGroupTxFrameLength(cells)     : 128
   LcpDelayTolerance (IMA frames)   : 1
   ReadPtrWrPtrDiff  (cells)        : 4
   Minimum number of links          : 2
   MaxTolerableDiffDelay (msec)     : 275
   Lines Present                    : 1.2.3.4
   Observed Diff delay (msec)       : 0
   Clock Mode                       : CTC
   GroupAlpha                       : 2
   GroupBeta                        : 2
   GroupGamma                       : 1
   GroupConfiguration               : 1
   IMAGrp Failure status            : No Failure
   Timing reference link            : 1
   ImaGroupTxImaId                  : 0x0
   ExpectedGroupRxImaId             : 0x1   

PXM1E_SJ.1.1.AUSMB8.a >

dspportcnt

Display Port Statistics Counters—AUSM-8T1/B, AUSM-8E1/B, MPSM-8T1-ATM, MPSM-8E1-ATM

Use the dspportcnt command to view statistics information for a specified ATM port or IMA group on an AUSM or MPSM.

Syntax

dspportcnt <port number>

Syntax Description

port number

Specify the number for the port for which you want to view statistics. The dspports command lists all configured ports.


Related Commands

dspport, dspports

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example