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CESM and MPSM Command Reference
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CESM and MPSM Command Reference

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CESM and MPSM Command Reference

?

addcdrscprtn

addchan

addchanloop

addcon

addconCDVT

addln

addlnloop

addport

addrscprtn

addspvc

chkflash

clear

clralm

clralmcnt

clralmcnts

clralms

clrbertstats

clrcderrs

clrchancnt

clrchancnts

clrdiagresults

clrds1stats

clrmsgcnt

clrsarcnt

clrsarcnts

clrscrn

clrslftst

clrtaskinfo

cls

cnfbert

cnfcdparms

cnfcdprtntype

cnfcdrscprtn

cnfchan

cnfcon

cnfdiagtest

cnfln

cnflnloop

cnfportrscprtn

cnfprfparam

cnfrscprtn

cnfslftst

cnfswparms

core

delbert

delcdrscprtn

delchan

delchanloop

delchans

delcon

delln

dellnloop

delport

delports

delrscprtn

dncon

dspalm

dspalmcnf

dspalmcnt

dspalms

dspbert

dspbertstats

dspcd

dspcderrs

dspcdparms

dspcdprtntype

dspcdrscprtn

dspchan

dspchancnt

dspchans

dspcon

dspcons

dspdiagresults

dspdiagtests

dspds1stats

dspfeature

dsplcn

dspliccd

dspln

dsplns

dspmsgcnt

dspport

dspportrscprtn

dspports

dspprfhist

dsprscprtn

dspsarcnt

dspsarcnts

dspslftst

dspslftsttbl

dspstatparms

dsptaskinfo

dsptotals

Help

i

insbiterror

memShow

movelic

myid

pausediag

resumediag

rrtcon

rundiagtest

runslftstno

setcmdc

setpagemode

startbert

stopbert

tstchan

tstcon

tstdelay

upcon

version

xclrchancnt

xcnfalm

xcnfalmcnt

xcnfcdprtntype

xcnfcdrscprtn

xcnfchan

xcnfcon

xcnfln

xcnfport

xcnfrscprtn

xdspchan

xdspchancnt

xdspchans

xdspln

xdsplns

xdspport

xdspports


CESM and MPSM Command Reference


The preferred tool to configure, monitor, and control a Cisco MGX switch is the Cisco WAN Manager (CWM) application. The command-line interface (CLI) also provides access to the Cisco MGX switches and is highly applicable during initial installation, troubleshooting, and any situation in which low-level control is useful.

This chapter documents the CLI commands that are supported on the Circuit Emulation Service Module (CESM) and the Multi Protocol Service Module (MPSM) cards that are supported by the PXM1, PXM1E, and the PXM45 processor cards in Cisco MGX 8230, Cisco MGX 8250, Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1), Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), and Cisco MGX 8830 switches.


Note In this documentation release not all of the Circuit Emulation service module commands supported on Cisco MGX PXM1-based systems have been documented. Only those PXM1 commands supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, and CESM-8E1 service modules have been documented and verified. For PXM1 documentation of the CLI commands supported on the CESM-T3E3 service module, refer to the Cisco MGX 8800 Series Switch Command Reference, Release 1.1.3, the Cisco MGX 8250 Multiservice Gateway Command Reference, Release 1.1.3, and the Cisco MGX 8230 Multiservice Gateway Command Reference, Release 1.1.3.



Note For information on which PXM processor cards support each type of service module, see Table 1-2 in "Introduction."


The commands in the tables that follow (Table 6-1 to Table 6-6) are divided by major functional group. Each table shows the complete name of the command and the cards for which the command is valid. These tables do not make a distinction between which PXM processor card supports a particular command.

For information on which of the PXM processor cards a command is supported on, consult the individual pages describing each command. On the individual pages describing each command the following conventions are used in describing which PXM processor card a command is supported on:

If no distinction is called out between the different PXM processor cards a command may be supported on, then the command is supported on all three of the current PXM processor cards (PXM1, PXM1E, and PXM45).

If a command is valid only on an individual PXM processor card, then this distinction will be called out and identified.

Examples of usage for the more common commands appear in the configuration chapters of this manual.

The privilege levels of the CESM and MPSM commands can be found on the individual pages describing each command, or they can be found at the CLI by using the help or the ? command. Only those commands available at the user's login privilege level and below will be seen on the CLI and available for use by the user.

For information about navigating the command-line interface, refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1, and the Cisco MGX 8850 Edge Concentrator Installation and Configuration, Release 1.1.3 documentation.


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 CESM and MPSM Session Management Commands 

Command
MPSM-8T1-CES
MPSM-8E1-CES
CESM-8T1/B
CESM-8T1
CESM-8E1

?

X

X

X

clear

X

X

X

clrscrn

X

X

X

cls

X

X

X

Help

X

X

X

myid

X

X

X

setcmdc

X

   

setpagemode

X

X

X


Table 6-2 CESM and MPSM Card Management Commands 

Command
MPSM-8T1-CES
MPSM-8E1-CES
CESM-8T1/B
CESM-8T1
CESM-8E1

chkflash

X

X

X

clrcderrs

X

X

X

clrdiagresults

X

   

clrmsgcnt

X

X

X

clrslftst

 

X

X

clrtaskinfo

X

X

X

cnfcdparms

X

X

X

cnfdiagtest

X

   

cnfprfparam

X

   

cnfslftst

 

X

X

core

X

   

dspcd

X

X

X

dspcderrs

X

X

X

dspcdparms

X

X

X

dspdiagresults

X

   

dspdiagtests

X

   

dspfeature

X

X

X

dspliccd

X

   

dspmsgcnt

X

X

X

dspprfhist

X

   

dspslftst

 

X

X

dspslftsttbl

 

X

X

dspstatparms

X

X

X

dsptaskinfo

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

i

X

X

X

memShow

X

X

X

movelic

X

   

pausediag

X

   

resumediag

X

   

rundiagtest

X

   

runslftstno

 

X

X

version

X

X

X


Table 6-3 CESM and MPSM Line Management Commands 

Command
MPSM-8T1-CES
MPSM-8E1-CES
CESM-8T1/B
CESM-8T1
CESM-8E1

addln

X

X

X

addlnloop

X

X

X

clralm

X

X

X

clralmcnt

X

X

X

clralmcnts

X

X

X

clralms

X

X

X

clrbertstats

X

   

clrds1stats

X

X

X

cnfbert

X

   

cnfln

X

X

X

cnflnloop

X

   

delbert

X

   

delln

X

X

X

dellnloop

X

X

X

dspalm

X

X

X

dspalmcnf

X

X

X

dspalmcnt

X

X

X

dspalms

X

X

X

dspbert

X

   

dspbertstats

X

   

dspds1stats

X

X

X

dspln

X

X

X

dsplns

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

insbiterror

X

   

startbert

X

   

stopbert

X

   

xcnfalm

X

X

X

xcnfalmcnt

X

X

X

xcnfln

X

X

X

xdspln

X

X

X

xdsplns

X

X

X


Table 6-4 CESM and MPSM Port Management Commands 

Command
MPSM-8T1-CES
MPSM-8E1-CES
CESM-8T1/B
CESM-8T1
CESM-8E1

addport

X

X

X

clrbertstats

X

   

cnfbert

X

   

delbert

X

   

delport

X

X

X

delports

X

X

X

dspbert

X

   

dspbertstats

X

   

dspport

X

X

X

dspports

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

insbiterror

X

   

startbert

X

   

stopbert

X

   

xcnfport

X

X

X

xdspport

X

X

X

xdspports

X

X

X


Table 6-5 CESM and MPSM Resource Partition Management Commands 

Command
MPSM-8T1-CES
MPSM-8E1-CES
CESM-8T1/B
CESM-8T1
CESM-8E1

addcdrscprtn

X

X

X

addrscprtn

X

X

X

cnfcdprtntype

X

X

X

cnfcdrscprtn

X

X

X

cnfportrscprtn

X

X

X

cnfrscprtn

X

X

X

delcdrscprtn

X

X

X

delrscprtn

X

X

X

dspcdprtntype

X

X

X

dspcdrscprtn

X

X

X

dspportrscprtn

X

X

X

dsprscprtn

X

X

X

xcnfcdprtntype

X

X

X

xcnfcdrscprtn

X

X

X

xcnfrscprtn

X

X

X


Table 6-6 CESM and MPSM Connection Management Commands 

Command
MPSM-8T1-CES
MPSM-8E1-CES
CESM-8T1/B
CESM-8T1
CESM-8E1

addchan

X

X

X

addchanloop

X

   

addcon

X

X

X

addconCDVT

X

X

X

addspvc

X

X

X

clrchancnt

X

X

X

clrchancnts

X

X

X

clrsarcnt

X

X

X

clrsarcnts

X

X

X

cnfchan

 

X

X

cnfcon

X

X

X

cnfswparms

X

X

X

delchan

X

X

X

delchanloop

X

   

delchans

X

X

X

delcon

X

X

X

dncon

X

X

X

dspchan

X

X

X

dspchancnt

X

X

X

dspchans

X

X

X

dspcon

X

X

X

dspcons

X

X

X

dsplcn

X

X

X

dspsarcnt

X

X

X

dspsarcnts

X

X

X

dsptotals

X

X

X

rrtcon

X

X

X

tstchan

X

X

X

tstcon

X

X

X

tstdelay

X

X

X

upcon

X

X

X

xclrchancnt

X

X

X

xcnfchan

X

X

X

xcnfcon

X

X

X

xdspchan

X

X

X

xdspchancnt

X

X

X

xdspchans

X

X

X


?

Help—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the ? command to display a list of the commands supported on the CESM and MPSM card.

Syntax

?

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

Help

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Command list for the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > ? 

Command               Logging  State   Priority
--------------------  -------  ------  -------------------------
?                     No       Any     Any User
Help                  No       Any     Any User
addcon                Yes      Active  Group 2
addconCDVT            Yes      Active  Group 2
addln                 Yes      Active  Group 1
addlnloop             Yes      Active  Service Group (-1)
addport               Yes      Active  Group 1
addrscprtn            No       Any     Strata Group (-2)
addspvc               Yes      Active  Group 2
chkflash              No       Any     Strata Group (-2)
clear                 No       Any     Any User
clralm                No       Any     Group 5
clralmcnt             No       Any     Group 5
clralmcnts            No       Any     Group 5
clralms               No       Any     Group 5
clrcderrs             No       Any     Super Group (0)
clrchancnt            No       Any     Group 5
clrchancnts           No       Any     Group 3
clrds1stats           No       Any     Group 5
clrmsgcnt             No       Any     Group 5

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

addcdrscprtn

Add Card Resource Partition (PXM1 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addcdrscprtn command to add a card-level resource partition to the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

addcdrscprtn <controller> <numOfLcnAvail>

Syntax Description

controller

Controller type for the resource partition.

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

numOfLcnAvail

Number of LCNs (connections) available for the resource partition. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248


Related Commands

cnfcdrscprtn, delcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn, xcnfcdrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Add to the current MPSM card a resource partition that uses a TAG (MPLS) controller with 100 LCNs (connections) available.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > addcdrscprtn 3 100

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

addchan

Add Channel (PXM1 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addchan command to add a Permanent Virtual Connection (PVC) to a port on the current CESM or MPSM card.


Note This command is not supported in Cisco MGX Release 1.3.


Syntax

addchan <chan_num> <port_num> <sig_type> <partial_fill> <cond_data> <cond_signalling>

[<mastership>] [<locnsap>] [<rmtvpi>] [<rmtvci>] [<rmtnsap>]

Syntax Description

chan

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to add. The dspchans command reports shows the channel number for each configured connection. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column.

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

port_num

Enter the port number to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

sig_type

Channel associated signalling (CAS) value.

Basic = 1

E1 CAS = 2

DS1 superframe CAS = 3

DS1 extended superframe CAS = 4

Conditioned E1 CAS = 6

1x64 Basic without AAL1 Pointer = 7

DS1 SF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 8 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

DS1 ESF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 9 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

Note The channels on a particular line can be either all MF (SF MF or ESF MF) or all non-MF (SF or ESF). The first connection type added on a particular line (MF/non-MF) decides the sync. mode. The second connection must have the same cesCAS type, and so on.

partial_fill

Partial fill for ATM cells. This option determines how many bytes must be assembled before an ATM cell is sent across the network. Partially filled cells take less time to assemble and reduce transmission delay. However, partially filled cells consume more ATM network bandwidth. You can select the number of bytes for ATM cells as follows:

Fully filled (48 bytes) = 0

Structured T1 range = 25 to 47.

Structured E1 range = 20 to 47.

Unstructured T1/E1 range = 33 to 47.

Note For structured connections other than Basic and 1x64 Basic without AAL1 Pointer, the partial fill value should be greater than the number of DS0s assigned to port + 1.

cond_data

Conditional data is the bit pattern that is used in the data timeslots when there is an underflow or when there is a loss of signal (LOS). For a voice connection, the larger the ConditionalData value, the louder the hiss heard during LOS. The data pattern is configured as a base-10 number to represent an 8-bit binary code.

UDT = 255

SDT range = 0 to 255

cond_signalling

Conditional signalling is the signalling bits that are sent on the line when there is an underflow and also toward the network when forming dummy cells. Conditional signalling is a string of bits that you specify with a base-10 number in the range 0-15, where, for example, 15=1111, and 0=0000. These bits represent the four binary signalling bits (A, B, C, and D) to the line or network when an underflow occurs.

mastership

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = Master

2 = Slave (default)

3 = Unknown (MPSM-8T1/E1-CES on PXM1 only)

locnsap

Local NSAP address. The local NSAP is a 20 byte hex number.

rmtvpi

Remote virtual path identifier (VPI).

MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-4095

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 range: 1-65535

rmtvci

Remote virtual channel identifier (VCI) value. Range is 1-65535

rmtnsap

Remote NSAP address. The local NSAP is a 20 byte hex number.


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, cnfchan, delchan, dspchan, dspchans, xcnfchan

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


addchanloop

Add a Channel Loopback—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the addchanloop command to configure a channel loopback to the current MPSM card. This command causes the channel to loop at the segmentation and reassembly (SAR) stage. For additional information on loopbacks that the MPSM card supports, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Tip To view the loopback status of a connection, use the dspcon command and look for the line labeled ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState.


Syntax

addchanloop <chan number>

Syntax Description

chan number

Enter the channel number as it appears in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

delchanloop, dspchans, dspcons, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, xcnfchan, xcnfcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Add a channel loopback to channel number 35 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > addchanloop 35

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

addcon

Add Connection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addcon command to configure a Soft Permanent Virtual Circuit (SPVC) or a Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC) on a port on the current CESM or MPSM card. SPVCs are supported on the PXM1E/PXM45 platform, and PVCs are supported on the PXM1 platform.

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: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1E, PXM45

addcon <port_num> [-master <MasterShip>] [-rmc <RemoteConnId>] [-pf <PartialFill>]

[-condat <ConditionalData>] [-condsig <ConditionalSigCode>] [-cdv <CDVT>]

[-cas <SignallingType>] [-clip <CellLossIntegPeriod>] [-maxbuf <MaximumBufferSize>]

[-clkmode <ClockMode>] [-contp <ControllerType>] [-rtngprio <RoutingPriority>]

[-prefrte <PreferredRouteID>] [-directrte <DirectedRoute>] [-maxcost <MaxCost>]

[-type <RestrictedType>] [-cos <connServiceType>]


NoteIf the addcon command fails on the PXM1E or PXM45 platform and displays the "Failed to update disk" message, it could be that the PNNI controller has not been added on the PXM1E or PXM45 card. For information on adding the PNNI controller, refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1.

If the addcon command fails on the PXM1E or PXM45 platform and displays the "InvalidTrafficParm: check conformance or local/remote param mismatch" message, it could be that the local connection parameters on the slave/master endpoint do not match the remote connection parameters on the master/slave endpoint. To successfully add a connection both the local and remote connection parameters must match.


Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1

addcon <port_num> <sig_type> <partial_fill> <cond_data> <cond_signalling>

[<controller_type> [<mastership> [<remoteConnID>]]]

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

-master,

mastership

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = Master

2 = Slave (default)

3 = Unknown (MPSM-8T1/E1-CES on PXM1 only)

-rmc,

remoteConnID

Remote connection ID. This option is used when defining the master end of a connection. After issuing the addcon command to create the slave side of a double-ended connection, use the generated slave connection ID with this option.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms the format is:

RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI.

On PXM1 platforms the format can be one of the following:

NodeName.SlotNo.PortNo.0.0 for CES end point

NodeName.SlotNo.PortNo.VPI.VCI for ATM end point (Use a value of 0 when SlotNo = PXM)

Tip You can view the address components for a slave or master connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

-pf,

partial_fill

Partial fill for ATM cells. This option determines how many bytes must be assembled before an ATM cell is sent across the network. Partially filled cells take less time to assemble and reduce transmission delay. However, partially filled cells consume more ATM network bandwidth. You can select the number of bytes for ATM cells as follows:

Fully filled (48 bytes) = 0

Structured T1 range = 25 to 47.

Structured E1 range = 20 to 47.

Unstructured T1/E1 range = 33 to 47.

Note For structured connections other than Basic and 1x64 Basic without AAL1 Pointer, the partial fill value should be greater than the number of DS0s assigned to port + 1.

-condat,

cond_data

Conditional data is the bit pattern that is used in the data timeslots when there is an underflow or when there is a loss of signal (LOS). For a voice connection, the larger the ConditionalData value, the louder the hiss heard during LOS. The data pattern is configured as a base-10 number to represent an 8-bit binary code.

UDT = 255

SDT range = 0 to 255

-condsig,

cond_signalling

Conditional signalling is the signalling bits that are sent on the line when there is an underflow and also toward the network when forming dummy cells. Conditional signalling is a string of bits that you specify with a base-10 number in the range 0-15, where, for example, 15=1111, and 0=0000. These bits represent the four binary signalling bits (A, B, C, and D) to the line or network when an underflow occurs.

-cdv

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

-cas,

sig_type

Channel associated signalling (CAS) value.

Basic = 1

E1 CAS = 2

DS1 superframe CAS = 3

DS1 extended superframe CAS = 4

CCS = 5 (PXM1E, PXM45 only)

Conditioned E1 CAS = 6

1x64 Basic without AAL1 Pointer = 7

DS1 SF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 8 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

DS1 ESF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 9 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

Note The channels on a particular line can be either all MF (SF MF or ESF MF) or all non-MF (SF or ESF). The first connection type added on a particular line (MF/non-MF) decides the sync. mode. The second connection must have the same cesCAS type, and so on.

-clip

The Cell loss integration period (CLIP) is the amount of time the egress buffer can be under run before an alarm is declared. Range: 1000 to 65535 milliseconds.

-maxbuf

Maximum egress buffer size in bytes. Buffers are used to mitigate variations in the cell delay. The size can be automatically computed, or you can enter a specific size in bytes. The ranges are as follows:

Autocompute = 0

Minimum value = the greater of {(CDVT in frames*2)*N or (CDVT + frames in 2 cells) * N}

T1/E1 UDT maximum value = 16224

T1 SDT maximum value = 384*N

E1 SDT maximum value = 417*N

N = Number of 64 Kbps time slots (SDT) = 32 (T1/E1 UDT)

-clkmode

Clock mode.

Synchronous = 1

SRTS (asynchronous) = 2

Adaptive (asynchronous) = 3

-contp,

controller_type

The Virtual Switch Interface (VSI) controller type that manages the connection.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

1 = PAR

2 = PNNI (default)

3 = MPLS

On PXM1 platforms:

1 = PAR (PVC) (Default)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

-rtngprio

Routing priority for this connection. This parameter defines the rerouting derouting priority of the connection. Range is 1 to 15. Default setting is 8.

-prefrte

Preferred Route ID for this connection. The preferred route feature is applicable only to the master end of an SPVC. This option assigns a unique identifier for the preferred route to which this connection is associated. When the route ID is set to 0, the connection is not associated with any preferred routes. Range is 0 to 65,535. Default is 0.

-directrte

Directed Route option. When this option is yes, the associated preferred route is the only permissible route for the connection to take. Should the directed preferred route be unavailable, the connection is failed. When the option is no, the connection is allowed to try another alternate route should the preferred route be unavailable.

1 = Yes

2 = No (default)

-maxcost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. The VSI controller uses the maximum cost to determine which network routes are available to the connection. The maximum cost is the calculated sum of the administrative weights (AWs) in both directions on every hop in a selected route. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

-type

Trunk restriction option.

1 = Enable connection routing without trunk restrictions (Default)

2 = Restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks

3 = Restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks

-cos

Connection service type.

21 = CBR1

31 = CBR2 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)

32 = CBR3 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)


Related Commands

addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, upcon, dspports, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Add a connection to port 1 using the default parameters.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > addcon 1

Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a53337700000107230100.4.35

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

Example: PXM1

Add a slave connection to port 1 on the current MPSM-8T1-CES card using Basic signalling, fully filled ATM cells, a conditional data value of 255 for SDT, and a conditional signalling value of 15.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > addcon 1 1 0 255 15

Local Connection Id is : M8250_SJ.22.1.0.0

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

addconCDVT

Add Connection with Cell Delay Variation Tolerance—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addconCDVT command to configure a Soft Permanent Virtual Circuit (SPVC) or a Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC) on a port on the current CESM or MPSM card. SPVCs are supported on the PXM1E/PXM45 platform, and PVCs are supported on the PXM1 platform.

Syntax

addconCDVT <port_num> <sig_type> <partial_fill> <cond_data> <cond_signalling> <CDVT>

[<controller_type> [<mastership> [<RemoteEndConID>]]]


NoteIf the addconCDVT command fails on the PXM1E or PXM45 platform and displays the "Failed to update disk" message, it could be that the PNNI controller has not been added on the PXM1E or PXM45 card. For information on adding the PNNI controller, refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1.

If the addconCDVT command fails on the PXM1E or PXM45 platform and displays the "InvalidTrafficParm: check conformance or local/remote param mismatch" message, it could be that the local connection parameters on the slave/master endpoint do not match the remote connection parameters on the master/slave endpoint. To successfully add a connection both the local and remote connection parameters must match.


Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

sig_type

Channel associated signalling (CAS) value.

1 = basic

2 = E1 CAS

3 = DS1 superframe CAS

4 = DS1 extended superframe CAS

6 = Conditioned E1 CAS

7 = 1x64 Basic without AAL1 pointer

8 = DS1 SF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

9 = DS1 ESF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

Note The channels on a particular line can be either all MF (SF MF or ESF SF) or all non-MF (SF or ESF). The first connection type added on a particular line (MF/non-MF) decides the sync. mode. The second connection must have the same cesCAS type, and so on.

partial_fill

Partial fill for ATM cells. This option determines how many bytes must be assembled before an ATM cell is sent across the network. Partially filled cells take less time to assemble and reduce transmission delay. However, partially filled cells consume more ATM network bandwidth. You can select the number of bytes for ATM cells as follows:

Fully filled (48 bytes) = 0

Structured T1 range = 25 to 47.

Structured E1 range = 20 to 47.

Unstructured T1/E1 range = 33 to 47.

Note For structured connections other than Basic and 1x64 Basic without AAL1 Pointer, the partial fill value should be greater than the number of DS0s assigned to port + 1.

cond_data

Conditional data is the bit pattern that is used in the data timeslots when there is an underflow or when there is a loss of signal (LOS). For a voice connection, the larger the ConditionalData value, the louder the hiss heard during LOS. The data pattern is configured as a base-10 number to represent an 8-bit binary code.

UDT = 255

SDT range = 0-255

cond_signalling

Conditional signalling is the signalling bits that are sent on the line when there is an underflow and also toward the network when forming dummy cells. Conditional signalling is a string of bits that you specify with a base-10 number in the range 0-15, where, for example, 15=1111, and 0=0000. These bits represent the four binary signalling bits (A, B, C, and D) to the line or network when an underflow occurs.

CDVT

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

controller_type

The Virtual Switch Interface (VSI) controller type that manages the connection. Select one of the following:

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC) (Default)

On PXM1 platforms:

1 = PAR (PVC) (Default)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

mastership

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = Master

2 = Slave (default)

3 = Unknown (MPSM-8T1/E1-CES only)

RemoteEndConID

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 addconCDVT command is issued.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms the format is:

RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI.

On PXM1 platforms the format can be one of the following:

NodeName.SlotNo.PortNo.0.0 for CES end point

NodeName.SlotNo.PortNo.VPI.VCI for ATM end point (Use a value of 0 when SlotNo = PXM)

Tip You can view the address components for a slave or master connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

Related Commands

addcon, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, upcon, dspports, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

The following example creates the slave end of a connection.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > addconCDVT 4 1 0 255 8 12000

Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a53337700000107230400.4.38


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

Example: PXM1

The following example creates the slave end of a connection on the current MPSM-8T1-CES card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > addconCDVT 1 1 0 255 15 2000

Local Connection Id is : M8250_SJ.22.1.0.0

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

addln

Add Line—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addln command to activate a line on a CESM 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, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring up line 8 on a CESM-8T1/B card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > addln 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

addlnloop

Add Line Loop—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addlnloop command to loop the transmit and receive paths on a line for testing. The type of loopback created is a local line loopback. As shown in Figure 6-1, when a line is in local loopback the CESM or MPSM receives data from the network and loops it back to the network. For additional information on loopbacks supported by the CESM or MPSM card, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."

Figure 6-1 Local Loopback on the CESM and MPSM

Syntax

addlnloop <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Use the dsplns command to display the available lines.


Related Commands

cnflnloop, dellnloop, dspln, dsplns, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns


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


Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Place line 1 on the current MPSM card in local loopback mode.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > addlnloop 1

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

addport

Add Port—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the addport command to add a circuit emulation port to a line.

Syntax

addport <port_num> <line_num> <begin_slot> <num_slot> <port_type>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number for the Circuit Emulation service. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

line_num

Line number to which the port definition applies. To display the lines that have been added, enter the dsplns command. You cannot add a port to a line unless the Status/Coding column shows that the line is enabled (Ena).

begin_slot

This parameter selects the starting time slot for port communications over the T1 or E1 frame. Valid slot numbers are:

Structured and Unstructured CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-24

Structured CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 2-16, 18-32 (CAS line signalling—cnfln command. Slot 1 is reserved for framing and slot 17 is reserved for signalling)

Structured CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 2-32 (CCS line signalling—cnfln command. Slot 1 is reserved for framing)

Unstructured CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-32 (Clear E1 [no signalling]—cnfln command)

Note When using an unstructured port with T1 or E1 lines, the time slot range is ignored and all channels are assigned to the port. Once an unstructured port is added to a line, you cannot assign additional ports to that line.

num_slot

This parameter determines the number of consecutive time slots for this port within the T1 or E1 frame. Valid slot numbers are:

Structured and Unstructured CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-24

Structured CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-30 (CAS signalling—cnfln command)

Structured CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-31 (CCS signalling—cnfln command)

Unstructured CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-32 (Clear E1 [no signalling]—cnfln command)

Note When using an unstructured port with T1 or E1 lines, the time slot range is ignored and all channels are assigned to the port. Once an unstructured port is added to a line, you cannot assign additional ports to that line.

port_type

Circuit emulation port type:

Structured = 1

Unstructured = 2

FramingOnVcDisconnect = 3 (E1 line signalling must be set to Clear E1 (no signalling) —cnfln command)

Note FramingOnVcDisconnect prevents a remote-end CPE from going to loss of frame (LOF) by placing the line in remote loopback when a connection deletion or failure has occurred in the ATM network. When using a FramingOnVcDisconnect port type with T1 or E1 lines, the time slot range is ignored and all channels are assigned to the port.


Related Commands

delport, delports, dsplns, dspport, dspports, xdspport, xdspports

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following addport command example creates an unstructured port, where all time slots are used by the port (the port range must be entered, but it is ignored).

PXM1E_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > addport 3 3 1 1 2

The next addport command example assigns half of the available T1 time slots on line 4 to port 4.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > addport 4 4 1 12 1

addrscprtn

Add Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the addrscprtn command to add a port-level resource partition to a specific port.

Syntax: PXM1E, PXM45

addrscprtn <port_num> <cntrlr_type> <cntrlr_id>

Syntax: PXM1

addrscprtn <port_num> <cntrl> <pct_bw_ingr> <pct_bw_egr> <low_lcn> <high_lcn> <numOfLcnAvail>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number associated with the port-level resource partition to be added. 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. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

cntrlr_type,

cntrl

Controller for this resource partition.

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

cntrlr_id

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

pct_bw_ingr

Ingress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for ingress communications. Range is 0 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 0 to 100 percent.

low_lcn

Low LCN number available in this port resource partition. Range is 1 to 1000.

high_lcn

High LCN number available in this port resource partition. Range is 1 to 1000.

numOfLcnAvail

Maximum LCNs (connections) available in this port resource partition. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES: 1-248


Related Commands

cnfportrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, delrscprtn, dspports, dspportrscprtn, dsprscprtn, xcnfrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Add a PNNI port-level resource partition to port 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > addrscprtn 1 2 2

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

addspvc

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

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

Cisco MGX Release 5.1 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 the slave and the 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. The master end automatically configures the slave end. Cisco MGX Release 5.1 supports single ended provisioning where the master end point is defined on another device and the CESM or MPSM card hosts the slave connection. Cisco MGX Release 5.1 does not support single-ended provisioning with a master on the local CESM 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> [-master <MasterShip>] [-rmc <RemoteConnId>] [-pf <PartialFill>]

[-condat <ConditionalData>] [-condsig <ConditionalSigCode>] [-cdv <CDVT>]

[-cas <SignallingType>] [-clip <CellLossIntegPeriod>] [-maxbuf <MaximumBufferSize>]

[-clkmode <ClockMode>] [-contp <ControllerType>] [-rtngprio <RoutingPriority>]

[-prefrte <PreferredRouteID>] [-directrte <DirectedRoute>] [-maxcost <MaxCost>]

[-type <restrictedType>] [-cos <connServiceType>]


NoteIf the addspvc command fails on the PXM1E/PXM45 platform and displays the "Failed to update disk" message, it could be that the PNNI controller has not been added on the PXM1E or PXM45 card. For information on adding the PNNI controller, refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1.

If the addspvc command fails on the PXM1E or PXM45 platform and displays the "InvalidTrafficParm: check conformance or local/remote param mismatch" message, it could be that the local connection parameters on the slave/master endpoint do not match the remote connection parameters on the master/slave endpoint. To successfully add a connection both the local and remote connection parameters must match.


Syntax Description

port_number

Enter the port number to which you will add the connection. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

-master

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = master

2 = slave (default)

-rmc

Remote connection ID. This option is used when defining the master end of a connection. After issuing the addspvc command to create the slave side of a double-ended SPVC connection, enter the generated slave connection ID with this option. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI.

Tip You can view the address components for a slave or master connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

-pf

Partial fill for ATM cells. This option determines how many bytes must be assembled before an ATM cell is sent across the network. Partially filled cells take less time to assemble and reduce transmission delay. However, partially filled cells consume more ATM network bandwidth. You can select the number of bytes for ATM cells as follows:

Fully filled (48 bytes) = 0

Structured T1 range = 25 to 47.

Structured E1 range = 20 to 47.

Unstructured T1/E1 range = 33 to 47.

Note For structured lines, the partial fill value should be greater than the number of DS0s assigned to port.

-condat

Conditional data is the bit pattern that is used in the data timeslots when there is an underflow or when there is a loss of signal (LOS). For a voice connection, the larger the ConditionalData value, the louder the hiss heard during LOS. The data pattern is configured as a base-10 number to represent an 8-bit binary code.

UDT = 255

SDT range = 0 to 255

-condsig

Conditional signalling is the signalling bits that are sent on the line when there is an underflow and also toward the network when forming dummy cells. Conditional signalling is a string of bits that you specify with a base-10 number in the range 0-15, where, for example, 15=1111, and 0=0000. These bits represent the four binary signalling bits (A, B, C, and D) to the line or network when an underflow occurs.

-cdv

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

-cas

Channel associated signalling (CAS) value.

Basic = 1

E1 CAS = 2

DS1 superframe CAS = 3

DS1 extended superframe CAS = 4

CCS = 5

Conditioned E1 CAS = 6

Basic without AAL1 Pointer = 7

DS1 SF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 8 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

DS1 ESF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 9 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

Note The channels on a particular line can be either all MF (SF MF or ESF MF) or all non-MF (SF or ESF). The first connection type added on a particular line (MF/non-MF) decides the sync. mode. The second connection must have the same cesCAS type, and so on.

-clip

The Cell loss integration period (CLIP) is the amount of time the egress buffer can be under run before an alarm is declared. Range: 1000 to 65535 milliseconds.

-maxbuf

Maximum egress buffer size in bytes. Buffers are used to mitigate variations in the cell delay. The size can be automatically computed, or you can enter a specific size in bytes. The ranges are as follows:

Autocompute = 0

Minimum value = the greater of {(CDVT in frames*2)*N or (CDVT + frames in 2 cells) * N}

T1/E1 UDT maximum value = 16224

T1 SDT maximum value = 384*N

E1 SDT maximum value = 417*N

N = Number of 64 Kbps time slots (SDT) = 32 (T1/E1 UDT)

-clkmode

Clock mode.

Synchronous = 1

SRTS (asynchronous) = 2

Adaptive (asynchronous) = 3

-contp

The Virtual Switch Interface (VSI) controller type that manages the connection. Select one of the following:

1 = PAR

2 = PNNI (default)

3 = MPLS

-rtngprio

Routing priority for this connection. This parameter defines the rerouting derouting priority of the connection. Range is 1 to 15. Default setting is 8.

-prefrte

Preferred Route ID for this connection. The preferred route feature is applicable only to the master end of an SPVC. This option assigns a unique identifier for the preferred route to which this connection is associated. When the route ID is set to 0, the connection is not associated with any preferred routes. Range is 0 to 65,535. Default is 0.

-directrte

Directed Route option. When this option is yes, the associated preferred route is the only permissible route for the connection to take. Should the directed preferred route be unavailable, the connection is failed. When the option is no, the connection is allowed to try another alternate route should the preferred route be unavailable.

1 = Yes

2 = No (default)

-maxcost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. The VSI controller uses the maximum cost to determine which network routes are available to the connection. The maximum cost is the calculated sum of the administrative weights (AWs) in both directions on every hop in a selected route. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

-type

Trunk restriction option.

1 = Enable connection routing without trunk restrictions (Default)

2 = Restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks

3 = Restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks

-cos

Connection service type.

21 = CBR1

31 = CBR2 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)

32 = CBR3 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, upcon, dspports, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Add an SPVC connection to port 3 using the default parameters.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > addspvc 3

Local Connection ID is : 4700918100000000001a53337700000107230300.4.37


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

chkflash

Check Flash—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the chkflash command to check the status of the boot software file stored on the flash memory of the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

chkflash

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspcd, version

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Check the status of the boot software file stored on the flash memory of the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > chkflash
Program length = 264592
Calculated checksum = a9f614f6 stored checksum = a9f614f6
Flash checksum passed

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

Check the status of the boot software file stored on the flash memory of the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > chkflash

[chkflashfn]: Program length = 1477096
Calculated checksum = 0x5a73afb6 stored checksum = 0x5a73afb6

Flash checksum passed

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

clear

Clear Screen—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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


Tip To activate this command, change cards to the active PXM1, PXM1E, or PXM45 and use the smclrscrn <enable|disable> command. The CESM and MPSM clrscrn command does not have this requirement and is the recommended command to use.


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_SJE.1.20.CESM.a >

clralm

Clear Alarm—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the clralm command to clear any active alarms on a specific line of the current CESM or MPSM card. The alarms will not clear if the cause for the alarm is still present. Use the dspalm and dspalms commands to identify any active alarms.

Syntax

clralm -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

Line number for the line you want to clear the active alarm. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

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

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clralm -ds1 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clralmcnt

Clear Alarm Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

clralmcnt -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

Line number for the line you want to clear the alarm counters. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

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

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clralmcnt -ds1 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clralmcnts

Clear Alarm Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

clralmcnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

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

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clralmcnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clralms

Clear Alarms—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

clralms

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

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

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clralms

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clrbertstats

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

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-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

Note To specify a Line BERT session, 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-CES card in slot 6 and then verify that the statistics have been cleared.

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

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.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.CES.a > 

clrcderrs

Clear Hardware/Reset Errors in BRAM—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

clrcderrs

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspcderrs

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Super Group


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Super Group


Example

Clear all card-related errors on the CESM in slot 20.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrcderrs

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clrchancnt

Clear Channel Statistics Count—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

clrchancnt <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

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

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

clrchancnts, dspchancnt, dspchans, dspcons, xclrchancnt, xdspchancnt

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the statistics for channel 35.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrchancnt 35

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clrchancnts

Clear Channel Statistics Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

clrchancnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrchancnt, dspchancnt, dspchans, dspcons, xclrchancnt, xdspchancnt

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the statistics for all channels on the CESM card in slot 20.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrchancnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clrdiagresults

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

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

Syntax

clrdiagresults

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear all the diagnostic tests results on the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6. To confirm that the results have been cleared, use the dspdiagresults command.


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > clrdiagresults  

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.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.CES.a > 

clrds1stats

Clear DS1 Statistics Count—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the clrds1stats command to clear the statistics counters for a specific DS1 line on the current CESM or MPSM card.

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

clrds1stats -ds1 <line_num>

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

clrds1stats <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Line number for the line for which you want to clear statistics. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.


Related Commands

dspds1stats, dsplns

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the DS1 statistics for line 8 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrds1stats 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

Clear the DS1 statistics for line 1 on the current MPSM card

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > clrds1stats -ds1 1

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

clrmsgcnt

Clear Message Count—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the clrmsgcnt command to clear the message counters for the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clrmsgcnt

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspmsgcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the message counters for the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrmsgcnt

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clrsarcnt

Clear SAR Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the clrsarcnt command to clear the segmentation and reassembly (SAR) counters for a particular channel.

Syntax

clrsarcnt -chn <ChanNum>

Syntax Description

ChanNum

Enter the channel number of the connection for which you want to clear the SAR counters. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

clrsarcnts, dspcons, dspsarcnt, dspsarcnts

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the SAR counters for the connection using channel 35.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > clrsarcnt -chn 35

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

clrsarcnts

Clear SAR Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the clrsarcnts command to clear the segmentation and reassembly (SAR) counters for all the channels or connections on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

clrsarcnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrsarcnt, dspsarcnt, dspsarcnts

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear all SAR counters on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > clrsarcnts

PXM1E_SJ.1.3.CESM.a >

clrscrn

Clear Screen—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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.1.20.CESM.a >

clrslftst

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

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


Note This command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES or MPSM-8E1-CES cards. For self tests on the MPSM card use the MPSM's Online Diagnostics functionality. For more information about MPSM Online Diagnostics see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Syntax

clrslftst

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any State

Privilege: Any User


Example

Clear the self test table for the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrslftst

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

clrtaskinfo

Clear Task Information—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Clear the task information counters.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > clrtaskinfo

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

cls

Clear Screen—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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


Tip To activate this command, change cards to the active PXM1, PXM1E, or PXM45 and use the smclrscrn <enable|disable> command. The CESM and MPSM clrscrn command does not have this requirement and is the recommended command to use.


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.1.20.CESM.a >

cnfbert

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

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-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

Note To specify a Line BERT session, 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.

-tp

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) (Not supported in Cisco MGX Releases 5.1 and 1.3)

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

26 = TwentyOne Bit (2^21-1)

27 = TwentyTwo Bit (2^22-1)

28 = TwentyThree Bit (2^23-1)

29 = TwentyFive Bit (2^25-1)

30 = TwentyEight Bit (2^28-1)

31 = TwentyNine Bit (2^29-1)

32 = ThirtyOne Bit (2^31-1)

-lpbk

Loopback Code.

Line Inband = 12

No Loopback = 15 (Default)

-eir

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-CES in slot 28. Set the parameters to test pattern 15, inband line loopback, and an error insertion rate of 1 in 10,000.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfbert -if 1.0 -tp 15 -lpbk 12 -eir 5

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

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

cnfcdparms

Configure Card Parameters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the cnfcdparms command to enable or disable parameters on the current card. In Cisco MGX Releases 5.1 and 1.3, 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:

On MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES:

Y = Yes (Enable)

N = No (Disable)

On CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1:

1 = Enable

2 = Disable


Related Commands

dspcdparms

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

On the current MPSM-8T1-CES card disable the sending of old configuration change traps, and then display the results using the dspcdparms command.

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

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enable on the current CESM card the sending of old configuration change traps.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > cnfcdparms

CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
OPT#  VALUE     TYPE    DESCRIPTION
----  -----     ----    -----------
1     Disable   Boolean Sending generalConfigChangeTrap for Channel

Enter option Number(1-1):1

CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
OPT#  VALUE     TYPE    DESCRIPTION
----  -----     ----    -----------
1     Disable   Boolean Sending generalConfigChangeTrap for Channel

Enable/Disable Sending generalConfigChangeTrap for Channel.
 If the value set to:
   1: Sending generalConfigChangeTrap for Channel will be Enabled
   0: Sending generalConfigChangeTrap for Channel will be Disabled

Enter value for option 1:1

CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
OPT#  VALUE     TYPE    DESCRIPTION
----  -----     ----    -----------
1     Enable    Boolean Sending generalConfigChangeTrap for Channel

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

cnfcdprtntype

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

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 Although in the CLI, the cnfcdprtntype command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, or CESM-8E1 cards in Cisco MGX Release 1.3 (PXM1 platforms).


Syntax

cnfcdprtntype <partitionType>

Syntax Description

partitionType

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-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

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.CES.a > cnfcdprtntype 2

  Error occurred during the SNMP SET operation !!
  Probable Reason : "Cannot modify this object. It is a read only object"
  SNMP Error Code : 17

Set failed due to illegal parameter(s)

Syntax : cnfcdprtntype "partitionType" 
        partition type -- 1:no partition, 2: controller based,
                         3: port controller based

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

cnfcdrscprtn

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

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

Syntax

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

Syntax Description

#PARcon

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the PAR controller. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

#PNNIcon

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the PNNI controller. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

#TAGcon

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the TAG (MPLS) controller. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248


Related Commands

addcdrscprtn, delcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn, xcnfcdrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

On the current MPSM card, modify the card-level resource partitioning to give 100 connections to the PAR controller, 50 connections to the PNNI controller, and 42 connections to the TAG (MPLS) controller.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfcdrscprtn 100 50 42

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

cnfchan

Configure Channel—CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the cnfchan command to modify connection configuration parameters.

Syntax

cnfchan <chan_num> <CDVT> <CLIP> <bufsize> <clockmode> <IdleSuppEnable>

<ForceIdleSuppression>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Enter the channel number for the connection you want to modify. The dspchans command reports shows the channel number for each connection. On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

CDVT

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

CLIP

The Cell loss integration period (CLIP) is the amount of time the egress buffer can be under run before an alarm is declared. Range: 1000 to 65535 milliseconds.

bufsize

Maximum egress buffer size in bytes. Buffers are used to mitigate variations in the cell delay. The size can be automatically computed, or you can enter a specific size in bytes. The minimum value depends on the CDVT configured. The ranges are as follows:

Autocompute = 0

Minimum value = the greater of {(CDVT in frames*2)*N or (CDVT + frames in 2 cells) * N}

T1/E1 UDT maximum value = 16224

T1 SDT maximum value = 384*N

E1 SDT maximum value = 417*N

N = Number of 64 Kbps time slots (SDT) = 32 (T1/E1 UDT)

clockmode

Clock mode.

Synchronous = 1

SRTS (asynchronous) = 2

Adaptive (asynchronous) = 3

IdleSuppEnable

This parameter is a flag to control the idle code (ABCD signalling bits) suppression feature on a connection. If you enable this feature, idle suppression logic is activated so that suppression begins when valid idle ABCD bits are detected. This feature is valid only for single DS0 connections. Enter a 1 to disable idle suppression or a 2 to enable this feature.

ForceSuppression

This parameter is a flag to control the external idle suppression trigger. With this feature enabled, the logic forcefully suppresses cells on a single DS0 connection. Enter a 1 to disable forced suppression or a 2 to enable this feature.


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Reduce the CDVT value for the connection labeled channel 35 to 500 microseconds.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > cnfchan 35 500 2500 384 1 1 1 

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

cnfcon

Configure Connection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the cnfcon command to modify connection configuration parameters.

Syntax

cnfcon <port_num> <CDVT> <CLIP> <bufsize> <clockmode> <IdleSuppEnable>

<ForceIdleSuppression>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the port that hosts the connection you want to modify. The dspcons and dspchans command output shows the port number for each connection. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the port number is found in the Port.VPI.VCI column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the port number is found in the ConnID column in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0 in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

CDVT

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

CLIP

The Cell loss integration period (CLIP) is the amount of time the egress buffer can be under run before an alarm is declared. Range: 1000 to 65535 milliseconds.

bufsize

Maximum egress buffer size in bytes. Buffers are used to mitigate variations in the cell delay. The size can be automatically computed, or you can enter a specific size in bytes. The minimum value depends on the CDVT configured. The ranges are as follows:

Autocompute = 0

Minimum value = the greater of {(CDVT in frames*2)*N or (CDVT + frames in 2 cells) * N}

T1/E1 UDT maximum value = 16224

T1 SDT maximum value = 384*N

E1 SDT maximum value = 417*N

N = Number of 64 Kbps time slots (SDT) = 32 (T1/E1 UDT)

clockmode

CBR Clock mode.

Synchronous = 1

SRTS (asynchronous) = 2

Adaptive (asynchronous) = 3

IdleSuppEnable

This parameter is a flag to control the idle code (ABCD signalling bits) suppression feature on a connection. If you enable this feature, idle suppression logic is activated so that suppression begins when valid idle ABCD bits are detected. This feature is valid only for single DS0 connections. Enter a 1 to disable idle suppression or a 2 to enable idle suppression.

ForceSuppression

This parameter is a flag to control the external idle suppression trigger. With this feature enabled, the logic forcefully suppresses cells on a single DS0 connection. Enter a 1 to disable forced suppression or a 2 to enable this feature.


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Reduce the CDVT value for the connection on port 1 to 500 microseconds.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > cnfcon 1 500 2500 384 1 1 1  

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

cnfdiagtest

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

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 <param>] [-param2 <param>]

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 Cisco MGX Releases 5.1 and 1.3, diagnostic tests are supported only on Active cards.

-startTOD

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, clrslftst, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

On the MPSM-8T1-CES 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.CES.a > cnfdiagtest 9 enable -role 1 -startTOD now -period 1 -iterns 
2 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

cnfln

Configure Line—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

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

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

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

cnfln <line_num> <line_code> <line_len> <clk_src> [E1-signalling|T1-Linetype]

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

Select the line coding:

B8ZS (T1) = 2

HDB3 (E1) = 3

AMI (T1/E1) = 4

line_len

Enter the length of the line:

T1 range:

0 to 131 feet = 10

131 to 262 feet = 11

262 to 393 feet = 12

393 to 524 feet = 13

524 to 655 feet = 14

>655 feet = 15

E1 (with SMB line module) = 8

E1 (with RJ48 line module) = 9

clk_src

DSX1 clock source.

1 = loop clock

2 = local clock

E1-signalling

T1-Linetype

This option selects E1 signalling methods or T1 line types. Enter the keyword for the signalling or line type combination listed below.

E1 Signalling Methods:

CAS, no CRC = CAS

CAS with CRC = CAS_CRC

CCS, no CRC = CCS

CCS, with CRC = CCS_CRC

Clear E1 = CLEAR

Note To support unstructured E1 communications (addport command), you must set the E1 signalling to CLEAR.

T1 Line Types:

Dsx1ESF = ESF

Dsx1D4 (SF) = D4


Related Commands

addln, addlnloop, delln, dellnloop, dspln, dsplns, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Configure the E1 line 3 on the current CESM card to use HDB3 line coding, a line length of E1 with RJ48 line module, a local clock source, and clear E1 signalling.

PXM1E_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > cnfln 3 3 9 2 CLEAR 

PXM1E_SJ.1.3.CESM.a >

Configure the T1 line 1 on the current MPSM card to use B8ZS line coding, a line length of 100 ft., a local clock source, and a Superframe (D4) line type.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfln 1 2 10 2 D4

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

cnflnloop

Configure Line Loopback Code Detection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the cnflnloop command to enable or disable loopback code detection on a specified line. Enabling loopback code detection allows a line to detect inband loopback activate and deactivate codes.

Upon detecting a loopback activate code, the line goes into remote loopback. Upon receiving a loopback deactivate code, the line comes out of remote loopback. The loopback deactivate code is honored only if the line was put into remote loopback by a loopback activate code. If loopback code detection is disabled while the line is in a remote loopback mode that was initiated by a loopback activate code, the line will fall out of remote loopback.

The types of equipment that can generate loopback activate codes include the SRM, BERT enabled routers, and DSU/CSU test equipment.

For additional information on loopbacks supported by the CESM and MPSM card, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


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


Syntax

cnflnloop <line_num> <lpbkCodeDetection>

Syntax Description

line_num

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

lpbkCodeDetection

Loopback code detection parameter.

Disable code detection = 1

Enable code detection = 2


Related Commands

addlnloop, dellnloop, dspln, dsplns, xcnfln

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Enable loopback code detection for line 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnflnloop 1 2

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

cnfportrscprtn

Configure Port Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B (PXM1 only), CESM-8T1 (PXM1 only), CESM-8E1 (PXM1 only)

Use the cnfportrscprtn command to modify a port-level resource partition on the current CESM or MPSM card

Syntax

cnfportrscprtn <port_num> <controller-name>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number of the resource partition. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

controller-name

Resource partition controller name.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

On PXM1 platforms:

PAR

PNNI

TAG


Related Commands

cnfrscprtn, dspportrscprtn. dsprscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Modify the PNNI resource partition on port 1 of the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfportrscprtn 1 2

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

Example: PXM1

Modify the PAR resource partition on port 1 of the current CESM card.

M8250_SJ.1.21.CESM.a > cnfportrscprtn 1 PAR 

M8250_SJ.1.21.CESM.a >

cnfprfparam

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

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.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfprfparam 40
The bucket interval will be effective from the next bucket collection.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

cnfrscprtn

Configure Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B (PXM1 only), CESM-8T1 (PXM1 only), CESM-8E1 (PXM1 only)

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

Syntax:

cnfrscprtn <port_num> <cntrlr> <pct_bw_ingr> <pct_bw_egr> <low_lcn> <high_lcn> <numOfLcnAvail>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number associated with the resource partition to be modified. You must add a port to a line before you can modify the resource partition on a port. Use the dspports command to view the available ports.

cntrlr

Controller for this partition:

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

pct_bw_ingr

Ingress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for ingress communications. Range is 0 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 0 to 100 percent.

low_lcn

Low LCN number available in this port resource partition. Range is 1 to 1000.

high_lcn

High LCN number available in this port resource partition. Range is 1 to 1000.

numOfLcnAvail

Maximum LCNs (connections) available in this port resource partition. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES: 1-248


Related Commands

addrscprtn, cnfportrscprtn, dspportrscprtn, dsprscprtn, delrscprtn, dspports, xcnfrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Modify the PNNI port-level resource partition configured on port 1 of the current MPSM card to use an ingress and egress bandwidth of 50 percent, a low LCN number of 1, a high LCN number of 1, and the maximum connections available as 1.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfrscprtn 1 2 50 50 1 1 1

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

cnfslftst

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

Use the cnfslftst command to enable or disable self testing and to configure how often the tests are run on the current CESM card. After enabling self testing with the cnfslftst command, use the runslftst command to choose the test to run and begin testing. At the ending of testing, use the cnfslftst command to disable testing.


Note This command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES or MPSM-8E1-CES cards. For self tests on the MPSM card use the MPSM's Online Diagnostics functionality. For more information about MPSM Online Diagnostics see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Syntax

cnfslftst -en <SelftestEnable> -tm <SelftestPeriod>

Syntax Description

-en

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

Disabled = 1

Enabled = 2

-tm

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


Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, 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.1.20.CESM.a > cnfslftst -en 2 -tm 1

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

cnfswparms

Configure Software Parameters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the cnfswparms command to configure software parameters for a connection that has been added with the addcon, addconCDVT, or addspvc commands.


Tip To view current settings for the parameters configured by the cnfswparms command, use the dspchan or dspcon command.


Syntax

cnfswparms <chan_num> <routing_priority> <max_cost> <restricted_trunk_type>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Enter the channel number for the connection to be configured. To display the connections with channel numbers, enter the dspchans command. On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

routing_priority

Routing priority for this connection. This parameter defines the rerouting derouting priority of the connection. Range is 1 to 15. Default setting is 8.

max_cost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. The VSI controller uses the maximum cost to determine which network routes are available to the connection. The maximum cost is the calculated sum of the administrative weights (AWs) in both directions on every hop in a selected route. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647.

restricted_trunk_type

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


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

The following example configures channel 35 with a routing priority of 10, an end-to-end connection cost of 200, and no trunk restrictions on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > cnfswparms 35 10 200 1

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

core

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

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 CESM 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-CES card:

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.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.CES.a >

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

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.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.CES.a >

delbert

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

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-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

Note To specify a Line BERT session, 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-CES in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > delbert 1.1

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

delcdrscprtn

Delete Card Resource Partition (PXM1 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the delcdrscprtn command to delete a card-level resource partition configured on the current CESM or MPSM card.


Note Although in the CLI, the delcdrscprtn command is not supported on the CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, or CESM-8E1 cards in Cisco MGX Release 1.3 (PXM1 platforms).


Syntax

delcdrscprtn <controller>

Syntax Description

controller

Controller of the resource partition to delete.

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)


Related Commands

addcdrscprtn, cnfcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn, xcnfcdrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Delete the TAG (MPLS) controller from the card-level resource partitions configured on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > delcdrscprtn 3  

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

delchan

Delete Channel—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the delchan command to delete a connection.

Syntax

delchan <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Enter the channel number for the connection to be deleted. To display the connections with channel numbers, enter the dspchans command. On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Delete channel 36.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > delchan 36

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

delchanloop

Delete Channel Loop—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the delchanloop command to delete a channel loopback from the current MPSM card. For additional information on loopbacks supported by the MPSM card, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Tip To view the loopback status of a connection, use the dspcon command and look for the line labeled ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState.


Syntax

delchanloop <chan number>

Syntax Description

chan number

Enter the channel number as it appears in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addchanloop, dspchans, dspcons, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, xcnfchan, xcnfcon

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Remove a channel loopback from channel 35 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > delchanloop 35

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

delchans

Delete Channels—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the delchans command to delete a range of CESM or MPSM connections by specifying the channel numbers. Channel numbers are assigned by the switch as each connection is defined with the addcon, addconCDVT, or addspvc commands.

Syntax

delchans <start chan #> <# of chans>

Syntax Description

start chan #

Enter a channel number as it appears in the dspcons or dspchans command display.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

# of chans

Number of consecutive channels to delete.


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Delete channels 37 and 38.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > delchans 37 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

delcon

Delete Connection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the delcon command to delete a connection.

Syntax

delcon <port_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection to be deleted. To display the connections with port numbers, enter the dspcons or dspchans command. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the port number is found in the Port.VPI.VCI column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the port number is found in the ConnID column in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0 in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Delete the connection on port 4.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > delcon 4

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

delln

Delete Line—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the delln command to bring down a line.

Syntax

delln <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Number of the line to be deleted. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

addln, cnfln, dspln, dsplns, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring down line 8 on a CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > delln 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dellnloop

Delete Line Loop—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dellnloop command to remove the local line loopback feature from a line. For additional information on loopbacks supported by the CESM or MPSM cards, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."

Syntax

dellnloop <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Number of the line to be removed from local loopback. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

addln, addlnloop, cnfln, delln, dspln, dsplns, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Remove line loopback from line 8 on a CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dellnloop 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

delport

Delete Port—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the delport command to remove a port from a CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

delport <port_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the port you want to delete. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248


Related Commands

addport, delports, dspport, dspports, xcnfport, xdspport, xdspports

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example deletes port 4 on the current CESM card:

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > delport 4  

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

delports

Delete Ports—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the delports command remove a specified number of contiguous port configurations.

Syntax

delports <start port #> <# of ports>

Syntax Description

start port #

Start port number to be deleted. Use the dspports command to display the configured ports. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

# of ports

Number of contiguous ports to be deleted.


Related Commands

addport, delport, dspport, dspports, xdspport, xdspports

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

The following example deletes ports 2 and 3.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > delports 2 2

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

delrscprtn

Delete Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the delrscprtn command to delete a port-level resource partition.


Note Although in the CLI, the delrscprtn command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, or CESM-8E1 cards in Cisco MGX Release 1.3 (PXM1 platforms).


Syntax: PXM1E, PXM45

delrscprtn <port_num> <cntrlr_type> <cntrlr_id>

Syntax: PXM1

delrscprtn <port_num> <controller>

Syntax Description

port_num

Port number associated with the resource partition to be deleted. Use the dspports command to view the available ports. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

cntrlr_type,

controller

Controller for the resource partition.

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

cntrlr_id

Enter the controller ID assigned to the partition you are deleting. To display the controller ID, use the dsprscprtn command. Valid range is from 1 to 255.


Related Commands

addport, addrscprtn, cnfportrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, delport, dspport, dspportrscprtn, dspports, dsprscprtn, xcnfrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Delete the PNNI resource partition with the controller ID of 2 from port 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > delrscprtn 1 2 2

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dncon

Down Connection (PXM1E/PXM45 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dncon command to bring down a connection.


Note This command operates only on master endpoints.


Syntax

dncon <Chan Num>

Syntax Description

Chan Num

Specify the channel for the connection to be displayed. You can view channel information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring down the connection using channel 36.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dncon 36

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspalm

Display Alarm—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspalm command to display the active alarms associated with a specific line on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspalm -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

Line number for the line you want to display the active alarms. Use dsplns to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the alarms for line 8 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspalm -ds1 8

  LineNum:                   8
  LineAlarmState:            No Alarms
  LineStatisticalAlarmState: No Statistical Alarms


PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspalmcnf

Display Alarm Configuration—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspalmcnf command to display the alarm configuration and thresholds for a specific line on the current card.

Syntax

dspalmcnf -ds1 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

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


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the alarm configuration and thresholds for line 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspalmcnf -ds1 1

  LineNum:                  1
  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
  cRCSES24hrThreshold:      100
  SEFS15minThreshold:       2
  SEFS24hrThreshold:        17
  AISS15minThreshold:       2
  AISS24hrThreshold:        17
  UAS15minThreshold:        10
  UAS24hrThreshold:         10


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

dspalmcnt

Display Alarm Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspalmcnt command to display the alarm counters for a specific line on the current CESM 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 <LineNum>

Syntax Description

LineNum

Line number of the line you want to display the alarm counters. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display the alarm counters for line 2 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspalmcnt -ds1 1

  LineNum:               1
  lCVCurrent:            0
  lCVLast15minBucket:    2
  lCVLast24hrBucket:     2
  lESCurrent:            0
  lESLast15minBucket:    1
  lESLast24hrBucket:     1
  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:   1
  sEFSLast24hrBucket:    1
  aISSCurrent:           0
  aISSLast15minBucket:   0
  aISSLast24hrBucket:    0
  uASCurrent:            400
  uASLast15minBucket:    896
  uASLast24hrBucket:     896
  percentEFS:            99
  RcvLOSCount:           1
  RcvOOFCount:           1
  RcvRAICount:           0
  RcvFECount:            0


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display the alarm counters for line 2 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspalmcnt -ds1 1

  Line Number:                                          1
  LCV Current:                                          0
  LCV Last 15Min Bucket:                                0
  LCV Last 24Hr Bucket:                                 0
  Line Errored Seconds Current:                         0
  Line Errored Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:               0
  Line Errored Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:                0
  Line Severely Errored Seconds Current:                0
  Line Severely Errored Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:      0
  Line Severely Errored Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:       0
  CRC Current:                                          0
  CRC Last 15Min Bucket:                                0
  CRC Last 24Hr Bucket:                                 0
  CRC Errored Seconds Current:                          0
  CRC Errored Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:                0
  CRC Errored Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:                 0
  CRC Severely Errored Seconds Current:                 0
  CRC Severely Errored Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:       0
  CRC Severely Errored Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:        0
  Severely Errored Framing Seconds Current:             0
  Severely Errored Framing Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:   0
  Severely Errored Framing Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:    0
  AIS Errored Seconds Current:                          0
  AIS Errored Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:                0
  AIS Errored Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:                 0
  Unavailable Seconds Current:                          0
  Unavailable Seconds Last 15Min Bucket:                0
  Unavailable Seconds Last 24Hr Bucket:                 0
  Percent EFS:                                          100
  Received LOS:                                         0
  Received OOF:                                         0
  Received RAI:                                         0
  Received FE:                                          0


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspalms

Display Alarms—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspalms command to display a summary of the active line alarms on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspalms -<lineType>

Syntax Description

lineType

Line type of the card you want to display the active line alarms. Line type is ds1.


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, xcnfalm

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the line alarms on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspalms -ds1

  Line  AlarmState   StatisticalAlarmState
  ----  -----------  ---------------------
  20.1  No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms
  20.2  No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms
  20.3  No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms
  20.4  Alarm(s) On  No Statistical Alarms
  20.5  Alarm(s) On  No Statistical Alarms
  20.6  Alarm(s) On  No Statistical Alarms
  20.7  Alarm(s) On  No Statistical Alarms
  20.8  No Alarms    No Statistical Alarms


PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspbert

Display Bit Error Rate Testing—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the dspbert command to view the parameters configured with the cnfbert command and to view the status of the current BERT session.

Syntax

dspbert <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

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

MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

Note To specify a Line BERT session, 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 session configured on line 1 of the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 28.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.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


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dspbertstats

Display Bit Error Rate Testing Statistics—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the dspbertstats command to view statistics for the Bit Error Rate Test configured on the current card. This command can be used to view changing statistics while the Bit Error Rate Test is running or it can be used after testing has stopped 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-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

Note To specify a Line BERT session, 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-CES card in slot 28.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.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) : 7


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dspcd

Display Card—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspcd command to display information regarding the hardware, software, and operational status of the current CESM or MPSM card.


Tip To determine if a card is a CESM-8T1/B, refer to the FunctionModuleType: row in the dspcd command display.



Tip You can also display card information by entering the dspcd command on the PXM1E and PXM45 with the appropriate slot number. For example: dspcd 20. The command report that appears is different from the report that appears when you enter the dspcd command on the CESM or MPSM card. The dspcd <slot_num> command on the PXM1 supports only the SRM card in slots 15, 16, 31, and 32.


Syntax

dspcd

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

version

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display information for the current MPSM-8T1-CES card. The MPSM card in this example does not have a back card present.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspcd


  ModuleSlotNumber:          28
  FunctionModuleState:       Active
  FunctionModuleType:        MPSM-8T1-CES
  FunctionModuleSerialNum:   SAG07208RRA
  FunctionModuleHWRev:       02
  FunctionModuleFWRev:       030.000.001.077-A
  FunctionModuleResetReason: Reset by PXM
  LineModuleType:            ?
  LineModuleState:           Not Present
  mibVersionNumber:          100
  configChangeTypeBitMap:    No changes
  cardIntegratedAlarm:       Major
  cardMajorAlarmBitMap:      Line Alarm

      Front Card Info 

  PCB PART NO-(800 LEVEL):   800-22480-04 
  PCB PART_NO-(73 LEVEL):    73-8466-04 
  PCB REVISION (800 LEVEL):   
  PCB SERIAL NO:             SAG07208RRA 
  CLEI CODE:                 0 
  MANUFACTURING ENG:         0x0        
  RMA TEST HISTORY:          0x0        
 
      Back Card Info        

  PCB PART NO-(800 LEVEL):   ?? 
  PCB PART NO-(73 LEVEL):    ?? 
  PCB REVISION (800 LEVEL):  ?? 
  FAB PART NO-(28 LEVEL):    ?? 
  PCB SERIAL NO:             ?? 
  CLEI CODE:                 ?? 
  MANUFACTURING ENG:         ?? 
  RMA HISTORY:               ?? 
 
M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Display information for the current MPSM card from the active PXM45.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dspcd 28
M8850_SF                         System Rev: 04.09   Dec. 16, 2003 21:27:43 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Slot Number:   28   Redundant Slot: NONE 

                   Front Card           Back Card
                   ----------           ---------
Inserted Card:      MPSM_8T1_CES        ---                 
Reserved Card:      MPSM_8T1_CES        UnReserved          
State:              Active              Empty               
Serial Number:      SAG07208RRA         ---                 
Prim SW Rev:        30.0(1.77)A         ---                 
Sec SW Rev:         30.0(1.77)A         ---                 
Cur SW Rev:         30.0(1.77)A         ---                 
Boot FW Rev:        30.0(1.77)A         ---                 
800-level Rev:      02                  ---                 
800-level Part#:    800-22480-04        ---                 
CLEI Code:          0                   ---                 
Reset Reason:       On Reset from PXM
Card Alarm:         MAJOR               
Failed Reason:      None                
Miscellaneous Information:

Crossbar Slot Status:      No Crossbar

Alarm Causes
------------
    Line                                     : ALARM 

Backcard Mismatch/Failed Reasons
---------------------------------

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

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

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display information for the current CESM-8T1/B card.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > dspcd


  ModuleSlotNumber:          26
  FunctionModuleState:       Active
  FunctionModuleType:        CESM-8T1/B
  FunctionModuleSerialNum:   B24356
  FunctionModuleHWRev:       aa
  FunctionModuleFWRev:       021.000.001.193-A
  FunctionModuleResetReason: Reset by PXM
  LineModuleType:            LM-RJ48-8T1
  LineModuleState:           Present
  mibVersionNumber:          82
  configChangeTypeBitMap:    CardCnfChng, LineCnfChng
  cardIntegratedAlarm:       Clear

       Front Card Info 

  Hardware Revision      :   AA
  Card Type              :   787
  Serial Number          :   B24356
  Fab Number             :   28-4253-01         

       Back Card Info 

  Hardware Revision      :   AA
  Card Type              :   22
  Serial Number          :   648395
  Fab Number             :   28-2011-01

Display information for the current CESM-8T1/B card from the active PXM45.

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > dspcd 26
M8850_SF                         System Rev: 03.09   Dec. 19, 2002 00:10:47 GMT
MGX8850                                              Node Alarm: MAJOR
Slot Number:   26   Redundant Slot: NONE 

                   Front Card           Back Card
                   ----------           ---------
Inserted Card:      CESM_8T1/B          RJ48_8T1            
Reserved Card:      CESM_8T1/B          UnReserved          
State:              Active              Active              
Serial Number:      B24356              648395              
Prim SW Rev:        21.0(1.95)A         ---                 
Sec SW Rev:         21.0(1.95)A         ---                 
Cur SW Rev:         21.0(1.95)A         ---                 
Boot FW Rev:        1.0(2.0)            ---                 
800-level Rev:      00                  00                  
800-level Part#:    000-00000-00        000-00000-00        
CLEI Code:          N.A                 N.A                            
Reset Reason:       On Reset from PXM
Card Alarm:         NONE                
Failed Reason:      None                
Miscellaneous Information:

Crossbar Slot Status:      No Crossbar

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

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

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

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

M8850_SF.7.PXM.a > 

dspcderrs

Display Hardware Errors in BRAM—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspcderrs command to display card-related errors on a CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspcderrs

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrcderrs

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display any card errors for the current CESM card. No response messages appear on screen when there are no errors on the CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspcderrs

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

Display any card errors for the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspcderrs

No event log messages

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

dspcdparms

Display Card Parameters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspcdparms command to display parameters configured on the current card.

Syntax

dspcdparms

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfcdparms

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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the parameters configured on the current card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspcdparms
CARD CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
Opt#  Value       Type           Description
----  -----       ----           -----------

1 No Boolean Send Old Config Change Trap

dspcdprtntype

Display Card Resource Type (PXM1 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspcdprtntype command to display the LCN partition type configured on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspcdprtntype

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfcdprtntype, xcnfcdprtntype

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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Display the LCN partition type configured on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspcdprtntype


   cardLcnPartitionType: port controller based

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dspcdrscprtn

Display Card Resource Partition (PXM1 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspcdrscprtn command to view the card-level resources allocated to each resource partition configured on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspcdrscprtn

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addcdrscprtn, cnfcdrscprtn, delcdrscprtn, xcnfcdrscprtn

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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display the number of LCNs available for each of the resource partitions configured on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspcdrscprtn

User   NumOfLcnAvail
------  -------------
   PAR         192  
   PNNI        192  
   TAG         192  


M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display the number of LCNs available for each of the resource partitions configured on the current CESM card.

M8250_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspcdrscprtn

   User   Status  NumOfLcnAvail
  ------  ------  -------------
   PAR     Add         192
   PNNI    Add         192
   TAG     Add         192


M8250_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspchan

Display Channel—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspchan command to display configuration and operational data for a 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 number.

Syntax

dspchan <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Specify the channel for the connection to be displayed. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display the connection information for channel 35 on the current CESM card.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > dspchan 35

  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:   35         RowStatus: Mod       
  AdmnState: Up         ChanState: Ok        
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
  PORT-ALARM CTRLR-ABIT E-AIS/RDI  CELL-LOSS  
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
      NO         NO         NO         NO     
  -------------------------------------------

  ChanNum:                  35
  ChanRowStatus:            Mod
  ConnAdminStatus:          Up
  ChanLineNum:              1
  ChanMapVpi:               26
  ChanMapVci:               35
  ChanCBRService:           struct
  ChanClockMode:            Synchronous
  ChanCAS:                  Basic
  ChanPartialFill:          47
  ChanMaxBufSize:           192 bytes
  ChanCDVT:                 1000 micro seconds
  C L I P:                  2500 milliseconds
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum               1
  ChanConnType              SPVC
  ISDetType                 DetectionDisabled
  CondData                  255
  CondSignalling            15
  ExtISTrig                 DisableIdleSupression
  ISIntgnPeriod             3 seconds 
  ISSignallingCode          0
  OnHookCode                1
  ChanLocalVpi:             26
  ChanLocalVci:             35
  ChanLocalNSAP:            47009181000000000164444b6100000107d30100
  ChanRemoteVpi:            0
  ChanRemoteVci:            0
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           NULL NSAP
  ChanMastership:           Slave
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR1
  ChanRoutingPriority:      8
  ChanPreferredRouteId:     0
  ChanDirectedRoute:        No
  ChanMaxCost:              2147483647
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction
  ChanConnPCR:              2048
  ChanConnMCR:              2048
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  Channel Reroute:          False
  ChanLineConditionState:   Disabled

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  38

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a >

Example: PXM1

Display the connection information for channel 32 on the current CESM card.


M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > dspchan 32

  ChanNum:                  32
  ChanRowStatus:            Mod
  ChanLineNum:              1
  ChanMapVpi:               3
  ChanMapVci:               32
  ChanCBRService:           struct
  ChanClockMode:            Synchronous
  ChanCAS:                  Basic
  ChanPartialFill:          47
  ChanMaxBufSize:           192 bytes
  ChanCDVT:                  1000 micro seconds
  C L I P:                  2500 milliseconds
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum               1
  ChanConnType              PVC
  ISDetType                 DetectionDisabled
  CondData                  255
  CondSignalling            15
  ExtISTrig                 DisableIdleSupression
  ISIntgnPeriod             3 seconds 
  ISSignallingCode          0
  OnHookCode                1
  ChanLocalVpi:             0
  ChanLocalVci:             0
  ChanLocalNSAP:            4d383235305f534a000000000000000003000100
  ChanRemoteVpi:            11
  ChanRemoteVci:            100
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           4d383235305f534a000000000000000000000100
  ChanMastership:           Master
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR
  ChanRoutingPriority:      1
  ChanMaxCost:              2147483647
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction
  ChanConnPCR:              2048
  ChanConnMCR:              2048
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  ChanLineConditionState:   Disabled

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  33

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a >

dspchancnt

Display Channel Count—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspchancnt command to display statistics information for a connection. Use this command to view the traffic being processed on a specific connection. Because the statistics are historical, you might want to clear them using the clrchancnt or clrchancnts command before beginning your testing or troubleshooting.

Syntax

dspchancnt <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Specify the channel for the connection to be displayed. You can view channel information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, clrchancnt, clrchancnts, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xclrchancnt, xdspchancnt, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display the connection status and statistics for channel 35 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspchancnt 35

ChanNum:                   35
Chan State:                Failed
Chan RCV ATM State:        Other State
Chan XMT ATM State:        Sending AIS OAM
Cell Loss Status:          Cell Loss
Reassembled Cells:         0
Generated Cells:           33038
Header Errors:             0
Seqence Mismatches :       0
Lost Cells:                0
Pointer Reframes:          0
Buffer Underflows:         0
Underflow Inserted Cells:  32951
Buffer Overflows:          0
Overflow Drop Bytes:       0
Channel Uptime (secs.)     8
Signalling Status          Offhook


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display the connection status and statistics for channel 36 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspchancnt 36

ChanNum:                   36
Chan State:                Okay
Chan RCV ATM State:        Normal
Chan XMT ATM State:        Normal
Cell Loss Status:          No Cell Loss
Reassembled Cells:         84578237
Generated Cells:           84690662
Header Errors:             0
Seqence Mismatches :       0
Lost Cells:                1
Channel Uptime (secs.)     20676
Signalling Status          Offhook


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspchans

Display Channels—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspchans command to display a summary of all the connections on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspchans

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display all connections configured on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspchans

  LCN  Port.VPI.VCI Type M/S Clock PCR    CDVT  BufSz CLIP  Admin Alarm 
  ---- ------------ ---- --- ----- ------ ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
  0035 001.04.035   stru S   Synch 4096   00500 00384 02500 Up    OK        
  0036 002.04.036   stru M   Synch 4096   01000 00384 02500 Up    OK        
  0037 003.04.037   stru S   Synch 4096   01000 00384 02500 Up    CTRLR-ABIT

  Number of channels:    3

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  38

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

Example: PXM1

Display all connections configured on the current MPSM card. Connection information found in the ConnID column is in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0.


M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspchans

  Line     ConnId           ChNum Status CDVT  BufSize CLIP  CBRserv  Alarm
  ---- -------------------- ----- ------ ----- ------- ----- -------- -----
     1 M8250_SJ.22.1.0       32   Mod     1000   384    2500   struct Alarm

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  33

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dspcon

Display Connection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the dspcon command to view configuration data for a connection.

Syntax

dspcon <port>

Syntax Description

port

Enter the port number for the connection to be displayed. To display a list of connections with port numbers, enter the dspcons or dspchans command. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the port number is found in the Port.VPI.VCI column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the port number is found in the ConnID column in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0 in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display the connection parameters for a connection configured on port 1 of the current CESM card.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > dspcon 1

  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:   35         RowStatus: Mod       
  AdmnState: Up         ChanState: Ok        
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
  PORT-ALARM CTRLR-ABIT E-AIS/RDI  CELL-LOSS  
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
      NO         NO         NO         NO     
  -------------------------------------------

  ChanNum:                  35
  ChanRowStatus:            Mod
  ConnAdminStatus:          Up
  ChanLineNum:              1
  ChanMapVpi:               26
  ChanMapVci:               35
  ChanCBRService:           struct
  ChanClockMode:            Synchronous
  ChanCAS:                  Basic
  ChanPartialFill:          47
  ChanMaxBufSize:           192 bytes
  ChanCDVT:                 1000 micro seconds
  C L I P:                  2500 milliseconds
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum               1
  ChanConnType              SPVC
  ISDetType                 DetectionDisabled
  CondData                  255
  CondSignalling            15
  ExtISTrig                 DisableIdleSupression
  ISIntgnPeriod             3 seconds 
  ISSignallingCode          0
  OnHookCode                1
  ChanLocalVpi:             26
  ChanLocalVci:             35
  ChanLocalNSAP:            47009181000000000164444b6100000107d30100
  ChanRemoteVpi:            0
  ChanRemoteVci:            0
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           NULL NSAP
  ChanMastership:           Slave
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR1
  ChanRoutingPriority:      8
  ChanPreferredRouteId:     0
  ChanDirectedRoute:        No
  ChanMaxCost:              2147483647
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction
  ChanConnPCR:              2048
  ChanConnMCR:              2048
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  Channel Reroute:          False
  ChanLineConditionState:   Disabled

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  38

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > 

Example: PXM1

Display the connection parameters for a connection configured on port 1 of the current CESM card.

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > dspcon 1

  ChanNum:                  32
  ChanRowStatus:            Mod
  ChanLineNum:              1
  ChanMapVpi:               3
  ChanMapVci:               32
  ChanCBRService:           struct
  ChanClockMode:            Synchronous
  ChanCAS:                  Basic
  ChanPartialFill:          47
  ChanMaxBufSize:           192 bytes
  ChanCDVT:                  1000 micro seconds
  C L I P:                  2500 milliseconds
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum               1
  ChanConnType              PVC
  ISDetType                 DetectionDisabled
  CondData                  255
  CondSignalling            15
  ExtISTrig                 DisableIdleSupression
  ISIntgnPeriod             3 seconds 
  ISSignallingCode          0
  OnHookCode                1
  ChanLocalVpi:             0
  ChanLocalVci:             0
  ChanLocalNSAP:            4d383235305f534a000000000000000003000100
  ChanRemoteVpi:            11
  ChanRemoteVci:            100
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           4d383235305f534a000000000000000000000100
  ChanMastership:           Master
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR
  ChanRoutingPriority:      1
  ChanMaxCost:              2147483647
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction
  ChanConnPCR:              2048
  ChanConnMCR:              2048
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  ChanLineConditionState:   Disabled

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  33

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > 

dspcons

Display Connections—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the dspcons command to view a summary of all connections on the current card. On the PXM1E and PXM45 platform, this command may also be used to list all the connections that meet a specific connection parameter.

Syntax: PXM1E, PXM45

dspcons [-h] [-chn <ChanNum>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-locvpi <localVPI>] [-locvci <localVCI>] [-cbrserv <CBRService>] [-master <masterShip>] [-clkmode <MODE>] [-pcr <PCR>] [-cdv <CDVT>] [-maxbuf <SIZE>] [-clip <CLIP>] [-admin <ConnAdminStatus>] [-alarm <ConnAlarmStatus>]

Syntax: PXM1

dspcons

Syntax Description


Note The Flags can be preceded by "no" to negate the user value. For example, the same output would be given by entering both of the following commands at the CLI: dspcons -admin Up, and dspcons -noadmin Down.


-h

Display the list of additional command options.

Note The additional command options are supported only on PXM1E and PXM45 platforms.

-chn

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.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons command.

-pt

Port number. This option limits the display to the connections on the specified port. To view the configured ports, use the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

-locvpi

Connection local VPI number. This option limits the display to the connections that use the specified local VPI number. To view the configured VPI numbers, use the dspcons command without any options. Range = 1 to 65536.

-locvci

Connection local VCI number. This option limits the display to the connections that use the specified local VCI number. To view the configured VCI numbers, use the dspcons command without any options. Range = 1 to 65536.

-cbrserv

CBR service type. This option limits the display to the connections that use one of the following service types:

Unstructured = unstruct

Structured = struct

-master

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.

-clkmode

Clock mode. Use this option to select connections based on the clock mode they are using:

Synchronous

S.R.T.S

Adaptive

-pcr

PCR. This option allows you to limit the display to connections with a specific PCR value. Range = 171 to 9000.

-cdv

Cell delay variation tolerance. This option allows you to limit the display to connections with a specific CDVT value.

T1 range = 125 to 24000

E1 range = 125 to 26000

-maxbuf

Maximum egress buffer size. This option allows you to limit the display to connections with a specific buffer size. Range = 0 to 65535.

-clip

Cell loss integration period. This option allows you to limit the display to connections with a specific CLIP period. Range = 1000 to 65535.

-admin

Administrative status. Use this option to limit the display to those connections that are either administratively up or administratively down. To use this option, enter either -admin Up or -admin Down.

-alarm

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

CELL-LOSS


Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcons, dspports, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display the connections on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspcons

  LCN  Port.VPI.VCI Type M/S Clock PCR    CDVT  BufSz CLIP  Admin Alarm 
  ---- ------------ ---- --- ----- ------ ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
  0035 001.04.035   stru S   Synch 4096   00500 00384 02500 Up    OK        
  0036 002.04.036   stru M   Synch 4096   01000 00384 02500 Up    OK        
  0037 003.04.037   stru S   Synch 4096   01000 00384 02500 Up    CTRLR-ABIT

  Number of channels:    3

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  38

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

Example: PXM1

Display the connections on the current CESM card. The port number is found in the ConnID column in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0.

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > dspcons

  Line     ConnId           ChNum Status CDVT  BufSize CLIP  CBRserv  Alarm
  ---- -------------------- ----- ------ ----- ------- ----- -------- -----
     1 M8250_SJ.3.1.0        32   Add     1000   192    2500   struct  Okay

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  33

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > 

dspdiagresults

Display Diagnostic Results—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Enter the dspdiagresults command to display the results of diagnostic tests configured for the current card.

Syntax

dspdiagresults

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

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.CES.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   


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dspdiagtests

Display Diagnostic Tests—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Enter the dspdiagtests command to view the complete list of available online diagnostic tests configured on the current MPSM card. Using this command with the Test ID number option will give detailed information about a specific online diagnostic test.

Syntax

dspdiagtests [<TestId>]

Syntax Description

TestId

Using 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, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the list of available diagnostic tests configured on the MPSM-8T1-CES in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.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.CES.a > 


Display detailed information about online diagnostic test 12 on the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.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.CES.a > 

dspds1stats

Display DS1 Statistics—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspds1stats command to display a list of statistics for a specific DS1 line on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

dspds1stats <line_num>

Syntax Description

line_num

Line number for the line for which you want to display statistics. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines.


Related Commands

clrds1stats, dspstatparms

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display the DS1 statistics for line 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspds1stats -ds1 1

  LineNum:               1
  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
  sEFSLast24hrBucket:    0
  aISSCurrent:           0
  aISSLast15minBucket:   0
  aISSLast24hrBucket:    0
  uASCurrent:            745
  uASLast15minBucket:    900
  uASLast24hrBucket:     86400
  percentEFS:            99
  RcvLOSCount:           1
  RcvOOFCount:           1
  RcvRAICount:           0
  RcvFECount:            0


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display the DS1 statistics for line 8 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspds1stats 8

LineNum:                   8
Errored Seconds            1
Severely Errored Seconds   0
Unavailable Seconds        0
Line Code Violation        0
CRC Errors                 2


PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspfeature

Display Feature—CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspfeature command to determine if the CESM card is operating as a channelized card or a nonchannelized card.


Note This command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES or MPSM-8E1-CES cards. To display what features have been enabled on the MPSM card use the dspliccd command.


Syntax

dspfeature

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspliccd

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Display the feature status of the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspfeature


  Channelized:  On
 
PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dsplcn

Display Logical Channel Number—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dsplcn command to display the logical channel number when you know the port number for the connection.

Syntax

dsplcn <port>

Syntax Description

port

Specify the port associated with the logical channel number to be displayed. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands, which also show the corresponding channel numbers. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the port number is found in the Port.VPI.VCI column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the port number is found in the ConnID column in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0 in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

dspchans, dspcons

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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the channel number for the connection using port 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dsplcn 1

LCN number is : 35

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspliccd

Display Card Licenses—MPSM-8T1E1, MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the dspliccd command to display the details of feature licenses both in use and programmed into the NVRAM of the MPSM-8T1E1 card.


Tip After installation of the MPSM-8T1E1 card, enter the movelic command to move the programmed feature licenses from the MPSM card to the PXM license pool so that the feature licenses are made available for use.



Note The rate control feature license is the only feature license available for the MPSM-8T1E1 card. This feature license is used by the MPSM-8T1E1 card when configured for Frame Relay services.


Syntax

dspliccd

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

movelic

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Use the dspliccd command to display the details of feature licenses on the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspliccd

Card License Alarm:              None
Service Module Type:             MPSM8T1E1
Service Module Serial Number:    SAG07208RRA
Provisioning (addcon) Allowed:   YES
=========================================================
Needed License Type               Needed Licenses
-------------------               ---------------

=========================================================
Allocated License Type            Allocated licenses
----------------------            ------------------

=========================================================
Programmed  License Type          Programmed licenses
------------------------          -------------------
Rate-Control                      1

=========================================================
Programmed License Registered: YES
License registration node: M8250_SJ
License registration chassis: SCA05020GGR
=========================================================

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

dspln

Display Line—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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, addlnloop, cnfln, delln, dellnloop, dsplns, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display line 8 on the current CESM-8T1 card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspln 8

  LineNum:                   8
  LineConnectorType:         RJ-48
  LineEnable:                Modify
  LineType:                  dsx1ESF
  LineCoding:                dsx1B8ZS
  LineLength:                0-131 ft
  LineXmtClockSource:        LocalTiming
  LineLoopbackCommand:       LocalLineLoop
  LineSendCode:              NoCode
  LineUsedTimeslotsBitMap:   0x0
  LineLoopbackCodeDetection: codeDetectDisabled
  
  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display line 1 on the current MPSM-8T1-CES card. The output of the dspln command on the MPSM card is the same as the output of the 8 port CESM card with the addition of the status of Bit Error Rate Testing.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspln 1

  LineNum:                   1
  LineConnectorType:         RJ-48
  LineType:                  dsx1ESF
  LineEnable:                Enabled
  LineCoding:                dsx1B8ZS
  LineLength:                0-131 ft
  LineXmtClockSource:        LocalTiming
  LineLoopbackCommand:       NoLoop
  LineSendCode:              NoCode
  LineUsedTimeslotsBitMap:   0x0
  LineLoopbackCodeDetection: codeDetectDisabled
  LineBERTEnable:            Disable

  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

dsplns

Display Lines—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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, xcnfln, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display lines on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dsplns

  Line  Conn      Type     Status/Coding      Length     XmtClock Alarm Stats
        Type                                             Source         Alarm
  ----  ----- ------------ ------ -------- ------------- -------- ----- -----
  20.1  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    No 
  20.2  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    No 
  20.3  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  No    No 
  20.4  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Ena/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim  Yes   No 
  20.5  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  20.6  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  20.7  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           
  20.8  RJ-48 dsx1ESF         Dis/dsx1B8ZS 0-131 ft      LocalTim           

  LineNumOfValidEntries: 8

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspmsgcnt

Display Message Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspmsgcnt command to display the message counters for the current CESM and 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 CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspmsgcnt


  RiscXmtCtrlMsg:            56341
  RiscRcvCtrlMsg:            56341
  SARXmtCtrlMsg:             56341
  SARRcvCtrlMsg:             56341
  SARCtrlMsgDiscLenErr:      0
  SARCtrlMsgDiscCRCErr:      0
  SARCtrlMsgDiscUnknownChan: 0
  SARCtrlMsgLastUnknownChan: 0

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspport

Display Port—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the dspport command to view the port configuration for the specified port.

Syntax

dspport <port_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. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248


Related Commands

addport, delport, delports, dspports, xcnfport, xdspport, xdspports

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display port 4 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspport 4

  SlotNum:                      4
  PortLineNum:                  4
  PortNum:                      4
  PortRowStatus:                Add
  PortNumOfSlots:               12
  PortDs0ConfigBitMap(1stDS0):  0xfff(1)
  PortSpeed:                    768kbps
  PortType:                     structured
  PortState:                    Active


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspportrscprtn

Display Port Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B (PXM1 only), CESM-8T1 (PXM1 only), CESM-8E1 (PXM1 only)

Use the dspportrscprtn command to view the port-level resource partitions on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax: PXM1E/PXM45

dspportrscprtn <port_num>

Syntax: PXM1

dspportrscprtn

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the resource partition you want to display. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248


Related Commands

cnfportrscprtn, dsprscprtn

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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display the port-level resource partitions on port 1 of the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspportrscprtn 1

  Port  User  Status  NumOfLcnAvail   LcnLow   LcnHigh   IngrBW  EgrBW CtrlrId
  ---- ------ ------ --------------  -------- ---------  ------  ----- --------
   1    PNNI   Add          1           1         1        100     100    2  


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

Example: PXM1

Display the port-level resource partitions on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspportrscprtn

  Port  User  Status  NumOfLcnAvail   LcnLow   LcnHigh   IngrBW  EgrBW 
  ---- ------ ------ --------------  -------- ---------  ------  -----
   1    PAR    Add          1           0         0        100     100
   1    PNNI   Add          1           0         0        100     100
   1    TAG    Add          1           0         0        100     100
   2    PAR    Add          1           0         0        100     100
   2    PNNI   Add          1           0         0        100     100
   2    TAG    Add          1           0         0        100     100
   3    PAR    Mod          1           0         0        100     100
   3    PNNI   Add          1           0         0        100     100
   3    TAG    Mod          1           0         0        100     100


M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

dspports

Display Ports—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the dspports command to view information about all ports on the current card. In the output of the dspports command, the port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port.

Syntax

dspports

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addport, delport, delports, dspport, xcnfport, xdspport, xdspports

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the ports on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspports

  Port     Ena/Speed   Type
  ------   --- ------ --------
  4.1.1    Add/1536k structur
  4.2.2    Add/1536k structur
  4.3.3    Add/1536k structur
  4.4.4    Add/ 768k structur

  Number of ports:              4

  PortDs0UsedLine1:             0x00ffffff
  PortDs0UsedLine2:             0x00ffffff
  PortDs0UsedLine3:             0x00ffffff
  PortDs0UsedLine4:             0x00000fff
  PortDs0UsedLine5:             0x00000000
  PortDs0UsedLine6:             0x00000000
  PortDs0UsedLine7:             0x00000000
  PortDs0UsedLine8:             0x00000000
  PortNumNextAvailable:         5

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspprfhist

Display Performance History—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the dspprfhist command to show the history of processor usage on the current MPSM card.


Tip To change the default sampling interval (bucket interval) of 20 seconds, use the cnfprfparm command.


Syntax

dspprfhist

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

cnfprfparam, dspcderrs, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, dsptaskinfo, i

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Display the performance history of the current MPSM card. The output of this command will display 10 samples taken at 20-second intervals (default sampling interval).

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspprfhist
CURRENT TIME         0:15:54
Sample #     0
(From)0:15:20-(To)0:15:40
TASK                 Task Id       %
---------------------------------------
INTERRUPT            -          0.01
Idle                 -          98.60
Kernel               -          0.28
MISC                 -          0.00
tRootTask            0          0.10
tSCM                 1          0.15
tOAM                 5          0.00
tOAMRcv              6          0.01
tStatMgr             7          0.01
tEvtMgr              8          0.01
tLDRVDS1             19         0.01
tCES                 22         0.76
tBertOnBoard        25         0.03

Sample #    -1
(From)0:15:0-(To)0:15:20
TASK                 Task Id       %
---------------------------------------
INTERRUPT            -          0.00
Idle                 -          97.95
Kernel               -          0.25
MISC                 -          0.00
tRootTask            0          0.10
tSCM                 1          0.11
tOAM                 5          0.02
tOAMRcv              6          0.02
tStatMgr             7          0.02
tEvtMgr              8          0.01
tONLD                15         0.67
tLDRVDS1             19         0.01
tCES                 22         0.79
tBertOnBoard        25         0.02

Sample #    -2
(From)0:14:40-(To)0:15:0
TASK                 Task Id       %
---------------------------------------
INTERRUPT            -          0.00
Idle                 -          98.60
Kernel               -          0.31
MISC                 -          0.00
tRootTask            0          0.08
tSCM                 1          0.13
tOAM                 5          0.01
tOAMRcv              6          0.02
tStatMgr             7          0.01
tEvtMgr              8          0.00
tLDRVDS1             19         0.01
tCES                 22         0.77
tBertOnBoard        25         0.03


The following table describes processor tasks that can occur in the output of the dspprfhist command.


Tip For a complete list of processor tasks running on the current MPSM card, use the i command.


Process
Description

INTERRUPT

CPU time spent processing ISRs during the configured bucket interval.

Idle

CPU time spent not processing any tasks. The higher the idle time, the more stable the card is.

Kernel

CPU time spent processing system level house keeping tasks.

MISC

CPU time spent processing miscellaneous tasks.

tRootTask

CPU time spent monitoring the health of all other tasks.

tSCM

Shelf Communication Manager. CPU time spent maintaining communications with the PXM.

tCMM

Card Manager. CPU time spent maintaining application level connectivity between the MPSM and the PXM.

tOAM

CPU time spent processing OAM tasks relating to alarm cells.

tOAMRcv

CPU time spent processing OAM tasks relating to loopback request cells.

tStatMgr

Statistics Manager. CPU time spent collecting line, port, and channel level statistics.

tEvtMgr

Event Manager. CPU time spent processing event tasks.

tONLD

CPU time spent processing Online Diagnostics tasks.

tCPM

Connection and Port Manager. CPU time spent maintaining connection status, port status, related alarms, traps, and OAM generation tasks.

tConnLog

CPU time spent logging connection and port alarms to the PXM log.

tRPC

CPU time spent processing special communications from the PXM.

tBERT

CPU time spent processing BERT requests from PXM (SRM based BERT).

tLDRVDS1

CPU time spent monitoring the line for alarm conditions.

tCES

CPU time spent processing CES related house keeping tasks. This task is applicable only in CES mode.

tBertOnBoard

CPU time spent processing Onboard BERT tasks.

tLmClient

CPU time spent processing license requests and releases between the MPSM and PXM.


dsprscprtn

Display Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B (PXM1E/PXM45 only), CESM-8T1 (PXM1E/PXM45 only), CESM-8E1 (PXM1E/PXM45 only)

Use the dsprscprtn command to display the configuration of a port-level resource partition.

Syntax

dsprscprtn <port_num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Specify the port number for the resource partition you want to view. The dspports command lists all configured ports. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248


Related Commands

addrscprtn, cnfportrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, delrscprtn, dspportrscprtn, xcnfrscprtn

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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display resource partition configuration information for port 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dsprscprtn 1

  Port  User  Status  NumOfLcnAvail   LcnLow   LcnHigh   IngrBW  EgrBW CtrlrId
  ---- ------ ------ --------------  -------- ---------  ------  ----- --------
   1    PNNI   Add          1           1         1        100     100    2  


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

Example: PXM1

Display resource partition configuration information for port 1 on the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dsprscprtn 1

  Port  User  Status  NumOfLcnAvail   LcnLow   LcnHigh   IngrBW  EgrBW 
  ---- ------ ------ --------------  -------- ---------  ------  -----
   1    PAR    Add          1           0         0        100     100
   1    PNNI   Add          1           0         0        100     100
   1    TAG    Add          1           0         0        100     100


M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

dspsarcnt

Display SAR Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspsarcnt command to display the Segmentation And Reassembly (SAR) counter statistics for a specific connection. The output of the dspsarcnt command displays cell bus SAR data statistics. This command will indicate the status of the channel traffic and will indicate the reason for any discards.

From the direction of CPE, transmit (Tx) cells move from the service module onto the cell bus (PXM) and towards the ATM network. Receive (Rx) cells move from the ATM network onto the cell bus towards the service module, and onward to the CPE.

Syntax

dspsarcnt <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Enter the channel number of the connection you want to display. You can show connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

clrsarcnt, clrsarcnts, dspcons, dspsarcnts

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the SAR counters for channel 35 on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dspsarcnt 35

                          SarShelfNum:         1
                          SarSlotNum:          4
                          SarChanNum:          35
                                Tx                      Rx
                          ---------------       ---------------
  Total Cells:            72810522              72696866
  Total CellsCLP:         0                     0
  Total CellsAIS:         0                     0
  Total CellsFERF:        0                     0
  Total CellsEnd2EndLpBk: 0                     0
  Total CellsSegmentLpBk: 0                     0
  RcvCellsDiscOAM:                              0


PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

dspsarcnts

Display SAR Counter—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspsarcnts command to display the Segmentation And Reassembly (SAR) counter statistics for all connections on the current CESM or MPSM card. The output of the dspsarcnts command displays cell bus SAR data statistics. From the direction of CPE, transmit (Tx) cells move from the service module onto the cell bus (PXM) and towards the ATM network. Receive (Rx) cells move from the ATM network onto the cell bus towards the service module, and onward to the CPE.

Syntax

dspsarcnts

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrsarcnt, clrsarcnts, dspsarcnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the SAR counters for the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > dspsarcnts

                          SarShelfNum:         1
                          SarSlotNum:          3
                          SarChanNum:          0
                                Tx                      Rx
                          ---------------       ---------------
  Total Cells:            0                     0
  Total CellsCLP:         0                     0
  Total CellsAIS:         0                     0
  Total CellsFERF:        0                     0
  Total CellsEnd2EndLpBk: 0                     0
  Total CellsSegmentLpBk: 0                     0
  RcvCellsDiscOAM:                              0

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

dspslftst

Display Self-Test—CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspslftst command to view the self-test configuration and status on the current card.


Note This command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES or MPSM-8E1-CES cards. For self tests on the MPSM card use the MPSM's Online Diagnostics functionality. For more information about MPSM Online Diagnostics see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Syntax

dspslftst

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display self-test configuration and status for the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspslftst


  SelfTestEnable:            Disable
  SelfTestPeriod:            5
  SelfTestState:             SelfTest Passed
  SelfTestResultDescription: No failure information available

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspslftsttbl

Display Self-Test Table—CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspslftsttbl command to view the self tests the card can perform, view the configuration for the tests, and determine if a test resets the card or is destructive to existing connections.


Note This command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES or MPSM-8E1-CES cards. For self tests on the MPSM card use the MPSM's Online Diagnostics functionality. For more information about MPSM Online Diagnostics see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Syntax

dspslftsttbl

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Show the tests, test configuration, and test results for the current CESM.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspslftsttbl
Test #  Test Name          Thold Fail Pass Last Enab Destr Card Rst
  1     DRAM access test     1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  2     ISRAM access test    1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  3     ESRAM access test    1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  4     BRAM checksum test   1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  5     CODE checksum test   1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  6     Line loopback test   1     0    0    P    Y    Y     Y
  7     CellBus test         1     0    0    P    Y    N     N

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dspstatparms

Display Statistics Parameters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dspstatparms command to display the statistics parameters for the current card.

Syntax

dspstatparms

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrds1stats, dspds1stats

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the statistics parameters for the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dspstatparms

TFTP Retry Count:               1
TFTP ACK time-out (sec):       60
Bucket Interval:                0
File Interval:                  0
Peak Enable Flag:        Disabled
Object Count:                   0         STATS COLLECTION: Disabled
Object Subtype Counts:    0  0  0  0
Total File Memory Used:         0
Number of File Allocated:       0
Current File Size:              0
Stat Memory Allocated:          0
Auto Memory Allocated:          0
Auto Mem Rgn Size:         1572864

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dsptaskinfo

Display Task Information—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dsptaskinfo command to display operational statistics about internal card processes.

Syntax

dsptaskinfo

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrtaskinfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display task information for the current MPSM card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dsptaskinfo

 taskName    msgReceivd        msgSent       msgSent   lastSent  lastSt lastSt
                                             Failed   FailedTask Failed Failed
                                                                 MsgTyp Errno
---------- --------------- --------------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------
tRootTask  0               13              0                     0      0x0     
tSCM       347             80              0                     0      0x0     
tCMM       6               2               0                     0      0x0     
tSMD       74              97              0                     0      0x0     
tFILED     0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tOAM       2               0               0                     0      0x0     
tLOGD      13              0               0                     0      0x0     
tSnmpMsgd  0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tSnmp      0               10              0                     0      0x0     
tCPM       0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tConnLog   0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tRPC       0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tONLD      0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tBert      0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tIMA       0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tILMI      0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tLMI       0               0               0                     0      0x0 
tCMM       0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tLmClient  0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tLmClient  0               0               0                     0      0x0     
tLmClient  0               0               0                     0      0x0     

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display task information for the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > dsptaskinfo

 taskName    msgReceivd        msgSent       msgSent   lastSent  lastSt lastSt
                                             Failed   FailedTask Failed Failed
                                                                 MsgTyp Errno
---------- --------------- --------------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------
nmimRouter 0               4754            0                     0      0x0     
scm        23159           5631            0                     0      0x0     
pSNMP      0               1               0                     0      0x0     
cmm        4296            4293            0                     0      0x0     
conn_mgr_t 529             1674            0                     0      0x0     
tFiled     58              59              0                     0      0x0     
tSmd       1164            1249            0                     0      0x0     
logd       2639            1               0                     0      0x0     
qRpc       0               1               0                     0      0x0     
alarm_task 0               31              0                     0      0x0     
oam        772             1               0                     0      0x0     
clt        1063            536             0                     0      0x0     
bertd      0               1               0                     0      0x0     
aal1stats  0               0               0                     0      0x0     
aal1isd    0               1               0                     0      0x0     
underrund  0               1               0                     0      0x0     

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

dsptotals

Display Totals—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the dsptotals command to view total counts for lines, ports, channels, and alarms on the current card.

Syntax

dsptotals

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspalms, dspchans, dspcons, dsplns, dspports

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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


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

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES on PXM1E, PXM45

Show totals on the current card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dsptotals

       total active lines = 1/8
       total active ports = 1/192
       total active chans = 1/192

       Card Alarms Summary:
       ---------------------------------------
       Alarm Type                Major   Minor 
       ------------------        -----   ----- 
       Card State Alarms:          1       1
       Line Alarms:                1       0
       Port Alarms:                1       0
       Channel Alarms:             0       1
       ---------------------------------------

       Port Channel Table :  # of channel assigned per port

       0   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9 <-- least significant digit
  0        1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  1  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  2  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  3  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  4  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  5  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  6  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  7  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  8  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  9  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 10  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 11  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 12  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 13  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 14  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 15  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 16  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 17  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 18  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 19  --- --- ---

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES on PXM1

Show totals on the current card.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dsptotals

       total active lines = 3/8
       total active ports = 3/192
       total active chans = 3/192

       Port Channel Table :  # of channel assigned per port

       0   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9 <-- least significant digit
  0        1   1 ---   1 --- --- --- --- ---
  1  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  2  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  3  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  4  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  5  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  6  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  7  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  8  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  9  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 10  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 11  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 12  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 13  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 14  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 15  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 16  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 17  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 18  --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 19  --- --- ---

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1E, PXM45

Show totals on the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > dsptotals

       total active lines = 1/8
       total active ports = 2/192
       total active chans = 2/192

       Card Alarms Summary:
       ---------------------------------------
       Alarm Type                Major   Minor 
       ------------------        -----   ----- 
       Card State Alarms:          0       0
       Line Alarms:                0       0
       Port Alarms:                0       0
       Channel Alarms:             0       0
       ---------------------------------------

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1

Show totals on the current card.

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > dsptotals

       total active lines = 1/8
       total active ports = 2/192
       total active chans = 1/192

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > 

Help

Help—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the Help command to display a list of the commands supported on the CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

Help

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

? command

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Command list for the current card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > Help

?                     No       Any     Any User
Help                  No       Any     Any User
addcon                Yes      Active  Group 2
addconCDVT            Yes      Active  Group 2
addln                 Yes      Active  Group 1
addlnloop             Yes      Active  Service Group (-1)
addport               Yes      Active  Group 1
addrscprtn            No       Any     Strata Group (-2)
addspvc               Yes      Active  Group 2
chkflash              No       Any     Strata Group (-2)
clear                 No       Any     Any User
clralm                No       Any     Group 5
clralmcnt             No       Any     Group 5
clralmcnts            No       Any     Group 5
clralms               No       Any     Group 5
clrcderrs             No       Any     Super Group (0)
clrchancnt            No       Any     Group 5
clrchancnts           No       Any     Group 3
clrds1stats           No       Any     Group 5
clrmsgcnt             No       Any     Group 5

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

i

Information—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the i command to display information about software tasks that are running on the current card.

Syntax

i

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dsptaskinfo

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display task information.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > i

  NAME        ENTRY       TID    PRI   STATUS      PC       SP     ERRNO  DELAY
---------- ------------ -------- --- ---------- -------- -------- ------- -----
tExcTask   excTask       57f5e20   0 PEND         44b720  57f5c50       0     0
tLogTask   logTask       57f3260   0 PEND         44b720  57f3098       0     0
tRootTask  usrRoot       57ffd60   1 DELAY        4241e0  57ff998   30065     1
tRlogind   rlogind       574ef40   2 PEND         395670  574e980       0     0
tWdbTask   417694        5747230   3 PEND         395670  5746f20       0     0
tShell     shell         573ff40   5 PEND         395670  573f978       0     0
tNetTask   netTask       57b0b90  50 PEND         395670  57b0a80       0     0
tTimerTask timerTask     4499c80  50 SUSPEND      423384  4499b98       0     0
tLmClient  lmClientMain  43f5100  50 DELAY        4241e0  43f4dc8       0    21
tSmCmdTsk1 cmdTask       3fd48f0  50 READY        424d20  3fd3830  3d0002     0
tSmOutTsk1 smtermOutTas  3fca640  50 READY        395670  3fca2b8       0     0
tTelnetd   telnetd       574d8d0  55 PEND         395670  574d628       0     0
tFtpdTask  3cd180        574a980  55 PEND         395670  574a6e8       0     0
tSCM       scmMain       44989d0  55 READY        4241e0  4498728       0     0
tCMM       cmmMain       4490720  55 PEND+T       44b720  4490388  3d0004    15
tSMD       smtermd       4486470  55 READY        395494  4485e78       0     0
tFILED     fileDeamon    447cee0  55 PEND         44b720  447cb30       0     0
tOAM       oamMain       4474c30  55 DELAY        4241e0  4474980  3d0002     1
tOAMRcv    oamRcvMain    446c980  55 PEND         395670  446c5f0       0     0
tEvtMgr    eventMgrMain  445c420  55 READY        4241e0  445c1b0       0     0
tLOGD      sysLogMsgTas  444ef90  55 PEND         44b720  444ec20       0     0
tSnmpMsgd  routerMain    4446cb0  55 PEND         44b720  4446968       0     0
tSnmp      pSNMPMain     443ea00  55 PEND         44b720  443e6b0       0     0
tCPM       cpmMain       4436750  55 PEND+T       44b720  4436338  3d0004     6
tConnLog   conLogTask    442e4a0  55 PEND+T       44b720  442e090  3d0004    10
tRPC       rpcMain       44261f0  55 PEND+T       44b720  4425e60  3d0004     3
tLDRVDS1   ldrvDs1Main   40dfde0  55 READY        4241e0  40dfb50       0     0
tCES       cesMain       40d5b30  55 READY        4241e0  40d58a0       0     0
tStatMgr   statsMgrMain  44646d0  58 READY        4241e0  4464430       0     0
tONLD      onldMain      441dea0  58 DELAY        4241e0  441dc18       0   728
tStatsd    tftpstatsTas  4415bc0  60 DELAY        4241e0  4415920       0  5658
tPortmapd  portmapd      574c290 100 PEND         395670  574bfe0      16     0
tRSYNC     smrmResynchM  440d910 100 DELAY        4241e0  440d550       0    39
tBert      bertMain      4405660 100 PEND+T       44b720  44052e0  3d0004    48
tBertOnBoarbertOnBoardM  43fd3b0 100 READY        4241e0  43fd0e8       0     0
resyncSmrp smrpMsgHandl  40cc8a0 100 PEND         44b720  40cc548       0     0
resyncSmrc smrcStartFin  40ca5f0 100 PEND         395670  40ca360       0     0
tBgndCheck bgndTaskChec  43eabe0 120 DELAY        4241e0  43eaa68       0    50

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display task information.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > i

  NAME        ENTRY       TID    PRI   STATUS      PC       SP     ERRNO  DELAY
---------- ------------ -------- --- ---------- -------- -------- ------- -----
tExcTask   excTask      80479d50   0 PEND       800e07b8 80479c80       0     0
tRootTask  usrRoot      8047fd80   1 PEND+T     800e07b8 8047f9e8  3d0004     2
tShell     shell        80477230   1 PEND       800e0c68 80476e88       0     0
tTimerTask timerTask    80454c40  50 DELAY      800e4028 80454be0       0 4289214978
tSmCmdTsk1 cmdTask      802b04b0  50 READY      800e470c 802aff08   3006b     0
tSmOutTsk1 smtermOutTas 802abb90  50 READY      800e0c68 802ab8b8       0     0
scm        scmMain      804539b0  55 READY      800e4028 80453930       0     0
NMIMmsgd   routerMain   80450700  55 PEND       800e07b8 80450630       0     0
NMIMpSNMP  pSNMPMain    8044e450  55 PEND       800e07b8 8044e378       0     0
cmm        cmmMain      8044c1a0  55 PEND+T     800e07b8 8044c0d8  3d0004    83
talarm     alarm_task   80449bc0  55 READY      800e4028 80449b50       0     0
tconn      ConnMgrTask  804476e0  55 PEND       800e07b8 804475d0       0     0
oam        OamMain      80445430  55 READY      800e4028 80445380  3d0002     0
tFiled     fileDeamon   80443180  55 PEND       800e07b8 80443090       0     0
tSmd       smtermd      80440ed0  55 READY      800e0bf8 80440b90       0     0
logd       logMsgTask   803f21c0  55 PEND       800e07b8 803f2100       0     0
clt        ConnectionLo 803efee0  55 PEND+T     800e07b8 803efe08  3d0004   194
tRpc       rpcMain      803e96d0  55 READY      800e07b8 803e9600  3d0004     0
aal1stats  aal1statsd   803e7380  55 READY      800e4028 803e72f0       0     0
aal1isd    aal1ISd      803e50d0  55 DELAY      800e4028 803e5028       0    82
underrund  UnderRunDete 803e2e20  55 READY      800e4028 803e2d78       0     0
tBgndCheck 80090a40     803d93f0  55 DELAY      800e4028 803d9330       0    81
tslftst    slftstmain   803edc30  58 DELAY      800e4028 803edba8  3d0002 27022
statsd     tftpstatsTas 8043d860  60 DELAY      800e4028 8043d7e0       0  4096
bertd      BertMain     803eb980 100 PEND+T     800e07b8 803eb8b0  3d0004    34
resyncMain smrmResynchM 803e0b70 100 DELAY      800e4028 803e0a88       0 4289202291
resyncSmrp smrpMsgHandl 803dd910 100 PEND       800e07b8 803dd830       0     0
resyncSmrc smrcStartFin 803db680 100 PEND       800e0c68 803db5f0  3d0002     0

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > 

insbiterror

Insert Bit Error—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the insbiterror command to insert single bit errors into the transmitted BERT pattern configured on the current card.

Syntax

insbiterror <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

Specify the interface number in which to insert single bit errors using the format line.port.

MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

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


Related Commands

clrbertstats, cnfbert, delbert, dspbert, dspbertstats, startbert, stopbert

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

While running Bit Error Rate Testing, insert a single bit error into line 1, port 1 on the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6, and verify the received error count using the dspbertstats command.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > insbiterror 1.1

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > dspbertstats 1.1

 Interface Number          : 1.1
 Rx Bit Count              : 29493114
 Rx Bit Error Count        : 1
 Sync Loss Transition      : 0
 Pattern Loss Count (secs) : 0


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

memShow

Memory Show—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the memShow command to display information regarding memory usage by the current card.

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

memShow

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

memShow [1]

Syntax Description

1

This option adds the list of free memory blocks.


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display memory usage for the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > memShow
 status   bytes    blocks   avg block  max block
 ------ --------- -------- ---------- ----------
current
   free  37229904        5    7445980  37227680
  alloc  25404144     1161      21881        -
cumulative
  alloc  48119568    47507       1012        -

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display memory usage for the current CESM card.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > memShow 1
FREE LIST:
  num     addr      size
  --- ---------- ----------
    1 0x8030d0e0         48
    2 0x802f0bd0      81840
    3 0x802579b0     248144


SUMMARY:
 status   bytes    blocks   avg block  max block
 ------ --------- -------- ---------- ----------
current
   free    330032        3     110010    248144
  alloc   1912560     2167        882        -
cumulative
  alloc   5930432    41964        141        -

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a >

movelic

Move Licenses—MPSM-8T1E1, MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

When the MPSM-8T1E1 card is shipped with feature licenses programmed into its NVRAM, the service module is acting only like a shipping container for those licenses. After installation of the MPSM-8T1E1 card, enter the movelic command to move the programmed feature licenses from the MPSM card to the PXM license pool so that the feature licenses are made available for use.


Tip Enter the dspliccd command to view which licenses have been programmed into the NVRAM on the MPSM card.



Note The rate control feature license is the only feature license available for the MPSM-8T1E1 card. This feature license is used by the MPSM-8T1E1 card when configured for Frame Relay services.


Syntax

movelic

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspliccd

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Move licenses from the MPSM-8T1E1 card in slot 6 to the PXM license pool.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1E1.s > movelic
------------------------------------------------
Programmed License Type          #Programmed
-----------------------          -----------
Rate-Control                      4

Do you want to proceed (Yes/No)? Yes

Card Licenses have been moved to license pool.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1E1.s >

myid

My ID—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the myid command to show the user name that you used to log into the switch.

Syntax

myid

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display the user name used for log in.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > myid
superuser

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

pausediag

Pause Diagnostics—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

The pausediag command temporarily stops the scheduled online diagnostic tests on the current card.

Syntax

pausediag

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, resumediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Pause the scheduled diagnostics test on the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6.


M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > pausediag
Online Diagnostic tests have been paused.
 
M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

resumediag

Resume Diagnostics—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

The resumediag command resumes the previously paused diagnostic tests scheduled on the current card.

Syntax

resumediag

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, rundiagtest, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Restart the paused online diagnostic tests scheduled on the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > resumediag
Online Diagnostic tests are being resumed.
 

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

rrtcon

Reroute Connection (PXM1E/PXM45 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the rrtcon command to reroute a connection between two different switches.


Note This command operates only on master endpoints and on connections between two different switches. This command does not reroute DAX connections, which are connections between two interfaces on the same switch.


Syntax

rrtcon <Chan_Num>

Syntax Description

Chan_Num

Specify the channel for the connection to be rerouted. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Reroute connection 40.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > rrtcon 40

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

rundiagtest

Run Diagnostic Test—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Enter the rundiagtest command to run an individual online diagnostic test.

Syntax

rundiagtest <TestId> [param1] [param2]

Syntax Description

TestId

Test ID number of the diagnostic test to be executed in the range 1 to 23. Enter the dspdiagtests command to view the diagnostic tests available and the associated test ID numbers.

param1

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

param2

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


Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, runslftstno

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

On the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 6 run online diagnostic test number 4.

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a > rundiagtest 4

NP Performance Monitor  PASSED

M8250_SJ.1.6.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

runslftstno

Run Self Test Number—CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the runslftstno command to execute one of the self tests on the CESM card. To display a list of the self tests, enter this command without parameters or enter the dspslftsttbl command. Before executing a test with the runslftstno command, use the cnfslftst command to enable testing. After finishing testing use the cnfslftst command to disable testing.


Note This command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES or MPSM-8E1-CES cards. For self tests on the MPSM card use the MPSM's Online Diagnostics functionality. For more information about MPSM Online Diagnostics see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Syntax

runslftstno <test_no>

Syntax Description

test_no

Enter the number of the test you want to run.

1 = DRAM access test

2 = ISRAM access test

3 = ESRAM access test

4 = BRAM checksum test

5 = CODE checksum test

6 = Line loopback test

7 = Cell Bus test



Caution Some tests reset the card or interrupt connections. These tests are identified in the dspslftsttbl command display.

Related Commands

clrdiagresults, clrslftst, cnfdiagtest, cnfslftst, dspdiagresults, dspdiagtests, dspslftst, dspslftsttbl, pausediag, resumediag, rundiagtest

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Display a list of self tests available on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > runslftstno
Test #  Test Name          Thold Fail Pass Last Enab Destr Card Rst
  1     DRAM access test     1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  2     ISRAM access test    1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  3     ESRAM access test    1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  4     BRAM checksum test   1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  5     CODE checksum test   1     0    0    P    Y    N     Y
  6     Line loopback test   1     0    0    P    Y    Y     Y
  7     CellBus test         1     0    0    P    Y    N     N
runslftstno "Test #"

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > 

Run self test number 7.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > runslftstno 7
Test Number 7 Result: PASS

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

setcmdc

Set Command Completion—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Use the setcmdc command to enable or disable the command completion feature. When enabled, this feature responds to incomplete commands by displaying a list of commands that match the incomplete command entry.

Syntax

setcmdc <on|off>

Syntax Description

<on|off>

Specify on to enable command completion, or specify off to disable this feature.


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Enable the command completion feature.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > setcmdc on

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

setpagemode

Set Page Mode—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the setpagemode command to enable or disable the paging feature. When the paging feature is enabled, commands display information in pages that do not exceed the length of the display. If a command report requires more than one page, press Return to display the next page, or press Q to quit the report. Non-paged reports display without interruption, but you may need to scroll up to see the information at the top of the report.

Syntax

setpagemode <on|off>

Syntax Description

<on|off>

Specify on to enable paging, or specify off to disable this feature.


Related Commands

None

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example

Enable command report paging.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > setpagemode on

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

startbert

Start Bit Error Rate Testing—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

The startbert command starts the Bit Error Rate Test configured on the specified line or port on the current card.

Syntax

startbert <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

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

MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

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


Related Commands

clrbertstats, cnfbert, delbert, dspbert, dspbertstats, insbiterror, stopbert

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Start Bit Error Rate Testing on line 1 of the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 28.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > startbert 1.0

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

stopbert

Stop Bit Error Rate Testing—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

The stopbert command stops the Bit Error Rate Test running on the specified line and port on the current card.

Syntax

stopbert <ifNumber>

Syntax Description

ifNumber

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

MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES Line number Range: 1-8

MPSM-8T1-CES Port number Range: 1-192

MPSM-8E1-CES Port number Range: 1-248

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


Related Commands

clrbertstats, cnfbert, delbert, dspbert, dspbertstats, insbiterror, startbert

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Stop Bit Error Rate Testing running on line 1 of the MPSM-8T1-CES card in slot 28.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > stopbert 1.0

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

tstchan

Test Channel—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the tstchan command to test the integrity of a connection you have created with the addcon, addconCDVT, or addspvc command.

The tstcon command sends a single collection of supervisory cells from the local to the remote end and displays a pass or fail message. If connection segments are failed or misconfigured, the tstcon command fails. Note that the tstcon command does not test quality of service or connectivity beyond the MGX network. The tstcon command has some limitations: It works only for local connections or connections in a tiered network comprising a Cisco backbone network; it should be issued from both ends to completely verify connectivity; and a passing result of the test does not guarantee the connection's end-to-end performance.

Syntax

tstchan <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Specify the channel for the connection to be tested. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Test the connection labeled channel 35.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > tstchan 35

TestCon in progress.

TestCon Passed.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

tstcon

Test Connection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the tstcon command to test the integrity of a connection you have created with the addcon, addconCDVT, or addspvc command.

The tstcon command sends a single collection of supervisory cells from the local to the remote end and displays a pass or fail message. If connection segments are failed or misconfigured, the tstcon command fails. Note that the tstcon command does not test quality of service or connectivity beyond the MGX network. The tstcon command has some limitations:

It works only for local connections or connections in a tiered network comprising a Cisco backbone network

It should be issued from both ends to completely verify connectivity

A passing result of the test does not guarantee the connection's end-to-end performance

Syntax

tstcon <port num>

Syntax Description

port_num

Enter the port number for the connection to be tested. To display a list of connections with port numbers, enter the dspcons command. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the port number is found in the Port.VPI.VCI column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the port number is found in the ConnID column in the format Nodename.Slot.Port.0 in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstdelay, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Test the connection on port 1.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > tstcon 1

TestCon in progress.

TestCon Passed.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > 

tstdelay

Test Delay—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the tstdelay command to test a connection.

The tstdelay command is similar to the tstcon command in that it also checks connection continuity. The tstdelay command also measures the round-trip delay through the network, and the results are output on the CLI. The most recent relay measurement is also reported in the dspcon output.

The tstdelay command has the same limitations as the tstcon command: It works only for local connections or connections in a tiered network comprising a Cisco backbone network; it should be issued from both ends to completely verify connectivity; and a passing result of the test does not guarantee the connection's end-to-end performance.

Syntax

tstdelay <chan_num>

Syntax Description

chan_num

Specify the channel for the connection to be tested. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Test the connection labeled channel 35.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > tstdelay 35

TestDelay in progress.

TestDelay Passed with 2 ms.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

upcon

Up Connection (PXM1E/PXM45 only)—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the upcon command to bring up a connection.


Note This command operates only on master endpoints.


Syntax

upcon <Chan Num>

Syntax Description

Chan Num

Specify the channel of the connection to bring up. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring up the connection using channel 36.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > upcon 36

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

version

Display Versions—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the version command to view CESM or MPSM card software information, such as firmware version, operating system kernel version, and the date of the software build.

Syntax

version

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

dspcd

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display version information on the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > version
***** Cisco System MPSM-8-T1E1 Card *****
    Firmware Version            = 030.000.001.077-A
    Backup Boot Version         = 030.000.001.077-A
VxWorks (for Broadcom BCM1125) version VxWorks5.4.2.
Kernel: WIND version 2.5.
Made on Dec  5 2003, 12:19:50.
Boot line:

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display version information on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > version

***** Cisco Systems CESM-8T1E1 Card *****
    Firmware Version    = 020.000.001.000-D
    Backup Boot version = CE8_BT_1.0.01
    ASCFRSM Xilinx file = cbslave.h
VxWorks (for CISCO) version 5.3.1.
Kernel: WIND version 2.5.
Made on Jul  1 2002, 23:19:34.
Boot line:
Boot from PROM 


PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

xclrchancnt

Clear Channel Statistics Count—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

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

Syntax

xclrchancnt -chn <ChanNum>

Syntax Description

-chn

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

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

clrchancnt, clrchancnts, dspchancnt, dspchans, dspcons, xdspchancnt, xdspchans

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Clear the statistics for channel 19.

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a > xclrchancnt -chn 19

PXM1E_SJ.1.20.CESM.a >

xcnfalm

Configure Alarm Counters and Statistics—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the xcnfalm command to modify alarm counters, thresholds, and statistics for a specific line on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

xcnfalm -ds1 <LineNum> [-red <RedSeverity>] [-rai <RAISeverity>] [-neu <NEAlarmUpcount>]

[-ned <NEAlarmDncount>] [-net <NEAlarmThreshold>] [-feu <FEAlarmUpcount>]

[-fed <FEAlarmDncount>] [-fet <FEAlarmThreshold>]

Syntax Description

-ds1

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

-red

RedSeverity.

1 = minor

2 = major

-rai

Remote Alarm Indication (RAI) Severity.

1 = minor

2 = major

-neu

Near-end Alarm Up Count. Range is 1-65535.

-ned

Near-end Alarm Down Count. Range is 1-65535.

-net

Near-end Alarm Threshold. Range is 1-65535.

-feu

Far-end Alarm Up Count. Range is 1-65535.

-fed

Far-end Alarm Down Count. Range is 1-65535.

-fet

Far-end Alarm Threshold. Range is 1-65535.


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, dsplns, xcnfalmcnt

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

On line 1 on the current CESM card, change the near end alarm upcount to 10.

M8850_SF.1.30.CESM.a > xcnfalm -ds1 1 -neu 10

M8850_SF.1.30.CESM.a >

xcnfalmcnt

Configure Alarm Counters—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the xcnfalmcnt command to modify threshold values of statistical alarm counters for a specific line on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

xcnfalmcnt -ds1 <LineNum> [-sev <StatisticalAlarmSeverity>] [-lcv15 <lCV15minThreshold>]

[-lcv24 <lCV24hrThreshold>] [-les15 <lES15minThreshold>] [-les24 <lES24hrThreshold>]

[-lses15 <lSES15minThreshold>] [-lses24 <lSES24hrThreshold>] [-crc15 <cRC15MinThreshold>]

[-crc24 <cRC24HrThreshold>] [-crces15 <cRCES15MinThreshold>]

[-crces24 <cRCES24HrThreshold>] [-crcses15 <cRCSES15MinThreshold>]

[-crcses24 <cRCSES24hrThreshold>] [-sefs15 <sEFS15minThreshold>]

[-sefs24 <sEFS24hrThreshold>] [-aiss15 <aISS15minThreshold>] [-aiss24 <aISS24hrThreshold>]

[-uas15 <uAS15minThreshold>] [-uas24 <uAS24hrThreshold>]

Syntax Description

-ds1

Line number for the line you want to configure. Use the dsplns command to view the available lines. Line range is 1-8.

-sev

Statistical Alarm Severity.

1 = minor (default)

2 = major

-lcv15

Line Code Violation 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 14)

-lvc24

Line Code Violation 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 134)

-les15

Line Errored Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 12)

-les24

Line Errored Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 121)

-lses15

Line Severely Errored Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 10)

-lses24

Line Severely Errored Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 100)

-crc15

Cyclic Redundancy Check 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 14)

-crc24

Cyclic Redundancy Check 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 134).

-crces15

Cyclic Redundancy Check Errored Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535. (default = 12)

-crces24

Cyclic Redundancy Check Errored Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535. (default = 121)

-crcses15

Cyclic Redundancy Check Severely Errored Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535. (default = 10)

-crcses24

Cyclic Redundancy Check Severely Errored Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535. (default = 100)

-sefs15

Severely Errored Frame Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 2)

-sefs24

Severely Errored Frame Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 17)

-aiss15

Alarm Indication Signalling Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535. (default = 2)

-aiss24

Alarm Indication Signalling Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535. (default = 17)

-uas15

Unavailable Seconds 15 min Threshold. Range is 1-65535 .
(default = 10)

-uas24

Unavailable Seconds 24 hr Threshold. Range is 1-65535.
(default = 10)


Related Commands

clralm, clralmcnt, clralmcnts, clralms, dspalm, dspalmcnf, dspalmcnt, dspalms, xcnfalm

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Change the statistical alarm severity from minor to major on line 1 of the current MPSM card.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > xcnfalmcnt -ds1 1 -sev 2

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

xcnfcdprtntype

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

Use the xcnfcdprtntype 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 Although in the CLI, the xcnfcdprtntype command is not supported on the MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, or CESM-8E1 cards in Cisco MGX Release 1.3 (PXM1 platforms).


Syntax

xcnfcdprtntype -prtntype <partition type>

Syntax Description

-prtntype

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

cnfcdprtntype, dspcdprtntype

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

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

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > xcnfcdprtntype -prtntype 2

  Error occurred during the SNMP SET operation !!
  Probable Reason : "Cannot modify this object. It is a read only object"
  SNMP Error Code : 17

Error in setting the mib variable

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

xcnfcdrscprtn

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

Use the xcnfcdrscprtn command to add, delete, or modify card-level resource partitions on the current CESM or MPSM card.

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

xcnfcdrscprtn -ctrlr <controller> -rs <rowStatus> -maxlcn <max_lcn>

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

xcnfcdrscprtn -ctrlr <controller> -en <rowStatus> -maxlcn <max_lcn>

Syntax Description

-ctrlr

Resource partition controller to add, delete, or modify.

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

-rs, -en

Partition row status.

1 = Add

2 = Delete

3 = Modify

-maxlcn

Maximum number of connections (LCNs) available to the resource partition controller. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

Note CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248When deleting a resource partition use of this option is not required.


Related Commands

addcdrscprtn, cnfcdrscprtn, delcdrscprtn, dspcdrscprtn

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

Log: Yes

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

On the current MPSM card, modify the PNNI resource partition controller to support a maximum of 75 connections.

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > xcnfcdrscprtn -ctrlr 2 -rs 3 -maxlcn 75

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

xcnfchan

Configure Channel—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the xcnfchan command to add connections, delete connections, or modify connection parameters.

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1E, PXM45

xcnfchan -chn <ChanNum> -en <ChanRowStatus> [-admin <connAdminStatus>]

[-cbrserv <CBRService>] [-clkmode <MODE>] [-cas <CesCas>] [-pf <PartialFil>] [-cdv <CDVT>]

[-clip <CLIP>] [-maxbuf <MAX BUF SIZE>] [-rmtlb <LocalRemoteLoopbackState>]

[-tstyp <testType>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-contp <ConnType>] [-chiden <idleDetType>]

[-condat <CondData>] [-condsig <CondSigCode>] [-exis <ExtIdlSupp>] [-idintpd <IntgrPeriod>]

[-chidsig <IdleSigCode>] [-onhkcd <OnhookCode>] [-locvpi <localVpi>] [-locvci <localVci>]

[-locnsap <localNSAP>] [-rmtvpi <remoteVpi>] [-rmtvci <remoteVci>] [-rmtnsap <remoteNSAP>]

[-master <masterShip>] [-vpcflag <vpcFlag>] [-cos <connServiceType>] [-rtngprio <routingPriority>]

[-prefrte <PreferredRouteID>] [-directrte <DirectedRoute>] [-maxcost <maxCost>]

[-type <restrictedType>] [-pcr <PCR>] [-pctutil <percentUtil>] [-rerout <chanReroute>]

[-linecond <status>]

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1

xcnfchan -chn <ChanNum> -en <ChanStatus> [-cbrserv <CBRService>] [-clkmode <MODE>]

[-cas <CesCas>] [-pf <PartialFil>] [-cdv <CDVT>] [-clip <CLIP>] [-maxbuf <MAX BUF SIZE>]

[-rmtlb <LocalRemoteLoopbackState>] [-tstyp <testType>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-contp <ConnType>]

[-chiden <idleDetType>] [-condat <CondData>] [-condsig <CondSigCode>] [-exis <ExtIdlSupp>]

[-idintpd <IntgrPeriod>] [-chidsig <IdleSigCode>] [-onhkcd <OnhookCode>] [-locvpi <localVpi>]

[-locvci <localVci>] [-locnsap <localNSAP>] [-rmtvpi <remoteVpi>] [-rmtvci <remoteVci>]

[-rmtnsap <remoteNSAP>] [-master <masterShip>] [-vpcflag <vpcFlag>] [-cos <connServiceType>]

[-rtngprio <routingPriority>] [-maxcost <maxCost>] [-type <restrictedType>] [-pcr <PCR>]

[-pctutil <percentUtil>] [-linecond <status>]

Syntax Description

-chn

Enter the channel number for the connection you want to add or modify. The dspchans command shows the channel number for each existing connection. On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

-en

Channel Row Status.

Add = 1

Delete = 2

Modify = 3

-admin

Connection Admin Status.

Up = 1

Down = 2

-cbrserv

CBR Service.

Unstructured = 1

Structured = 2

-clkmode

Clock mode.

Synchronous = 1

SRTS (asynchronous) = 2

Adaptive (asynchronous) = 3

-cas

Channel associated signalling (CAS) value.

Basic = 1

E1 CAS = 2

DS1 superframe CAS = 3

DS1 extended superframe CAS = 4

CCS = 5

Conditioned E1 CAS = 6

Basic without AAL1 Pointer = 7

DS1 SF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 8 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

DS1 ESF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 9 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

Note The channels on a particular line can be either all MF (SF MF or ESF MF) or all non-MF (SF or ESF). The first connection type added on a particular line (MF/non-MF) decides the sync. mode. The second connection must have the same cesCAS type, and so on.

-pf

Partial fill for ATM cells. This option determines how many bytes must be assembled before an ATM cell is sent across the network. Partially filled cells take less time to assemble and reduce transmission delay. However, partially filled cells consume more ATM network bandwidth. You can select the number of bytes for ATM cells as follows:

Fully filled (48 bytes) = 0

Structured T1 range = 25 to 47.

Structured E1 range = 20 to 47.

Unstructured T1/E1 range = 33 to 47.

Note For structured lines, the partial fill value should be greater than the number of DS0s assigned to port.

-cdv

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

-clip

The Cell loss integration period (CLIP) is the amount of time the egress buffer can be under run before an alarm is declared. Range: 1000 to 65535 milliseconds.

-maxbuf

Maximum egress buffer size in bytes. Buffers are used to mitigate variations in the cell delay. The minimum value depends on the CDVT configured. The size can be automatically computed, or you can enter a specific size in bytes. The ranges are as follows:

Autocompute = 0

Minimum value = the greater of {(CDVT in frames*2)*N or (CDVT + frames in 2 cells) * N}

T1/E1 UDT maximum value = 16224

T1 SDT maximum value = 384*N

E1 SDT maximum value = 417*N

N = Number of 64 Kbps time slots (SDT) = 32 (T1/E1 UDT)

-rmtlb

Local Remote Loopback State. A channel local remote loopback is enabled on the local card and looped back in the direction of the network to the remote end of a connection, hence the term local remote.

Enable = 1

Disable = 2

Note This option is not supported on the CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, and CESM-8E1 cards.

For additional information on loopbacks supported by CESM and MPSM cards, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."

-tstyp

Test Type.

Test Continuity = 1 (Same functionality as tstcon command)

Test Delay = 2 (Same functionality as tstdelay command)

-pt

Port Number. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

-contp

Connection type. Select one of the following:

PVC = 1

SVC = 2

SPVC = 3

PAR = 4

PNNI = 5

TAG = 6

-chiden

Idle Detection Type.

1 = Disable

2 = Enable On Hook Detection

3 = Enable Idle Pattern Detection (Not Supported)

-condat

Conditional data is the bit pattern that is used in the data timeslots when there is an underflow or when there is a loss of signal (LOS). For a voice connection, the larger the ConditionalData value, the louder the hiss heard during LOS. The data pattern is configured as a base-10 number to represent an 8-bit binary code.

UDT = 255

SDT range = 0 to 255

-condsig

Conditional signalling is the signalling bits that are sent on the line when there is an underflow and also toward the network when forming dummy cells. Conditional signalling is a string of bits that you specify with a base-10 number in the range 0-15, where, for example, 15=1111, and 0=0000. These bits represent the four binary signalling bits (A, B, C, and D) to the line or network when an underflow occurs.

-exis

Ext Idle Suppression.

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

-idintpd

Integration Period. Range is 0-100.

-chidsig

Idle Signalling Code. Range is 0-15.

-onhkcd

On Hook Code. Range is 0-15. ABCD = 0000 = 0 ... ABCD = 1111 = 15.

-locvpi

Local VPI. Range is 1-65536.

-locvci

Local VCI. Range is 1-65536.

-locnsap

Local NSAP address. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI. You can view the address components for a local connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

-rmtvpi

Remote VPI. Range is 1-65536.

-rmtvci

Remote VCI. Range is 1-65536.

-rmnsap

Remote NSAP address. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI. You can view the address components for a remote connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

-master

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = master

2 = slave

-vpcflag

Indicates whether to connection is a VPC or a VCC.

1 = VPC

2 = VCC

-cos

Connection Service Type.

1 = CBR

2 = VBR

3 = Not used

4 = UBR

5 = ATFR

6 = ABRSTD

7 = ABRFST

21 = CBR1

31 = CBR2 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)

32 = CBR3 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)

-rtngprio

Routing priority for this connection. This parameter defines the rerouting derouting priority of the connection. Range is 1-15. Default setting is 8.

-prefrte

Preferred Route ID for this connection. The preferred route feature is applicable only to the master end of an SPVC. This option assigns a unique identifier for the preferred route to which this connection is associated. When the route ID is set to 0, the connection is not associated with any preferred routes. Range is 0 to 65,535. Default is 0.

-directrte

Directed Route option. When this option is yes, the associated preferred route is the only permissible route for the connection to take. Should the directed preferred route be unavailable, the connection is failed. When the option is no, the connection is allowed to try another alternate route should the preferred route be unavailable.

1 = Yes

2 = No (default)

-maxcost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. The VSI controller uses the maximum cost to determine which network routes are available to the connection. The maximum cost is the calculated sum of the administrative weights (AWs) in both directions on every hop in a selected route. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

-type

Trunk restriction option.

1 = Enable connection routing without trunk restrictions (Default)

2 = Restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks

3 = Restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks

-pcr

Peak cell rate in cells per second (cps). Range is 171-9000.

-pctutil

Percent utilization. Range is 1-100.

-rerout

Channel Reroute.

True = 1

False = 2

-linecond

Line conditioning state. Use this parameter to enable or disable line conditioning on a channel configured on a structured Circuit Emulation port. This is helpful in applications where T1 to E1 conversion is required. When enabled on a channel, unframed AIS signals are sent on the line associated with the channel when the channel receives AIS OAM from the remote end indicating a remote line failure. When disabled on a channel, unframed AIS signals are not sent on the line associated with the channel when the channel receives AIS OAM from the remote end indicating a remote line failure.

1 = Enable

2 = Disable (Default)

For more information on this feature, see "Managing Line Conditioning" in Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Related Commands

addcon addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, upcon, dspports, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Change the cell delay variation time on channel 35 to 875 microseconds.

M8850_SF.1.30.CESM.a > xcnfchan -chn 35 -en 3 -cdv 875 

M8850_SF.1.30.CESM.a > 

xcnfcon

Configure Connection—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the xcnfcon command to add connections, delete connections, or modify connection parameters.

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1E, PXM45

xcnfcon -chn <ChanNum> -en <ChanRowStatus> [-admin <connAdminStatus>]

[-cbrserv <CBRService>] [-clkmode <MODE>] [-cas <CesCas>] [-pf <PartialFil>] [-cdv <CDVT>]

[-clip <CLIP>] [-maxbuf <MAX BUF SIZE>] [-rmtlb <LocalRemoteLoopbackState>]

[-tstyp <testType>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-contp <ConnType>] [-chiden <idleDetType>]

[-condat <CondData>] [-condsig <CondSigCode>] [-exis <ExtIdlSupp>] [-idintpd <IntgrPeriod>]

[-chidsig <IdleSigCode>] [-onhkcd <OnhookCode>] [-locvpi <localVpi>] [-locvci <localVci>]

[-locnsap <localNSAP>] [-rmtvpi <remoteVpi>] [-rmtvci <remoteVci>] [-rmtnsap <remoteNSAP>]

[-master <masterShip>] [-vpcflag <vpcFlag>] [-cos <connServiceType>] [-rtngprio <routingPriority>]

[-prefrte <PreferredRouteID>] [-directrte <DirectedRoute>] [-maxcost <maxCost>]

[-type <restrictedType>] [-pcr <connPCR>] [-mcr <connMCR>] [-pctutil <percentUtil>]

[-rerout <chanReroute>] [-linecond <status>]

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1 on PXM1

xcnfcon -chn <ChanNum> -en <ChanStatus> [-cbrserv <CBRService>] [-clkmode <MODE>]

[-cas <CesCas>] [-pf <PartialFil>] [-cdv <CDVT>] [-clip <CLIP>] [-maxbuf <MAX BUF SIZE>]

[-rmtlb <LocalRemoteLoopbackState>] [-tstyp <testType>] [-pt <PortNum>] [-contp <ConnType>]

[-chiden <idleDetType>] [-condat <CondData>] [-condsig <CondSigCode>] [-exis <ExtIdlSupp>]

[-idintpd <IntgrPeriod>] [-chidsig <IdleSigCode>] [-onhkcd <OnhookCode>] [-locvpi <localVpi>]

[-locvci <localVci>] [-locnsap <localNSAP>] [-rmtvpi <remoteVpi>] [-rmtvci <remoteVci>]

[-rmtnsap <remoteNSAP>] [-master <masterShip>] [-vpcflag <vpcFlag>] [-cos <connServiceType>]

[-rtngprio <routingPriority>] [-maxcost <maxCost>] [-type <restrictedType>] [-pcr <PCR>]

[-pctutil <percentUtil>] [-linecond <status>]

Syntax Description

-chn

Enter the channel number for the connection you want to modify. The dspchans command shows the channel number for each connection. On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

-en

Channel Row Status.

Add = 1

Delete = 2

Modify = 3

-admin

Connection Admin Status.

Up = 1

Down = 2

-cbrserv

CBR Service.

Unstructured = 1

Structured = 2

-clkmode

Clock mode.

Synchronous = 1

SRTS (asynchronous) = 2

Adaptive (asynchronous) = 3

-cas

Channel associated signalling (CAS) value.

Basic = 1

E1 CAS = 2

DS1 superframe CAS = 3

DS1 extended superframe CAS = 4

CCS = 5

Conditioned E1 CAS = 6

Basic without AAL1 Pointer = 7

DS1 SF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 8 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

DS1 ESF CAS MF (available with multiframe option enabled) = 9 (Supported only on CESM-8T1/B)

Note The channels on a particular line can be either all MF (SF MF or ESF MF) or all non-MF (SF or ESF). The first connection type added on a particular line (MF/non-MF) decides the sync. mode. The second connection must have the same cesCAS type, and so on.

-pf

Partial fill for ATM cells. This option determines how many bytes must be assembled before an ATM cell is sent across the network. Partially filled cells take less time to assemble and reduce transmission delay. However, partially filled cells consume more ATM network bandwidth. You can select the number of bytes for ATM cells as follows:

Fully filled (48 bytes) = 0

Structured T1 range = 25 to 47.

Structured E1 range = 20 to 47.

Unstructured T1/E1 range = 33 to 47.

Note For structured lines, the partial fill value should be greater than the number of DS0s assigned to port.

-cdv

The Cell Delay Variation Time (CDVT) determines the amount of delay variation in the network that can be accommodated by the egress buffer. The CDVT value is how much the egress buffer is filled before sending cells to the attached CPE. This parameter allows you to configure the maximum cell arrival jitter that the reassembly process will tolerate in the cell stream without producing errors on the CBR service interface. Enter the CDVT in increments of 125 microseconds:

T1 range = 125-24000 microseconds

E1 range = 125-26000 microseconds

-clip

The Cell loss integration period (CLIP) is the amount of time the egress buffer can be under run before an alarm is declared. Range: 1000 to 65535 milliseconds.

-maxbuf

Maximum egress buffer size in bytes. Buffers are used to mitigate variations in the cell delay. The minimum value depends on the CDVT configured. The size can be automatically computed, or you can enter a specific size in bytes. The ranges are as follows:

Autocompute = 0

Minimum value = the greater of {(CDVT in frames*2)*N or (CDVT + frames in 2 cells) * N}

T1/E1 UDT maximum value = 16224

T1 SDT maximum value = 384*N

E1 SDT maximum value = 417*N

N = Number of 64 Kbps time slots (SDT) = 32 (T1/E1 UDT)

-rmtlb

Local Remote Loopback State. A channel local remote loopback is enabled on the local card and looped back in the direction of the network to the remote end of a connection, hence the term local remote.

Enable = 1

Disable = 2

Note This option is not supported on the CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, and CESM-8E1 cards.

For additional information on loopbacks supported by CESM and MPSM cards, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."

-tstyp

Test Type.

Test Continuity = 1 (Same functionality as tstcon command)

Test Delay = 2 (Same functionality as tstdelay command)

-pt

Enter the port number for the port that hosts the connection you want to add or modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

-contp

Connection type. Select one of the following:

PVC = 1

SVC = 2

SPVC = 3

PAR = 4

PNNI = 5

TAG = 6

-chiden

Idle Detection Type.

1 = Disable

2 = Enable On Hook Detection

3 = Enable Idle Pattern Detection (Not Supported)

-condat

Conditional data is the bit pattern that is used in the data timeslots when there is an underflow or when there is a loss of signal (LOS). For a voice connection, the larger the ConditionalData value, the louder the hiss heard during LOS. The data pattern is configured as a base-10 number to represent an 8-bit binary code.

UDT = 255

SDT range = 0 to 255

-condsig

Conditional signalling is the signalling bits that are sent on the line when there is an underflow and also toward the network when forming dummy cells. Conditional signalling is a string of bits that you specify with a base-10 number in the range 0-15, where, for example, 15=1111, and 0=0000. These bits represent the four binary signalling bits (A, B, C, and D) to the line or network when an underflow occurs.

-exis

Ext Idle Suppression.

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

-idintpd

Integration Period. Range is 0-100.

-chidsig

Idle Signalling Code. Range is 0-15.

-onhkcd

On Hook Code. Range is 0-15. ABCD = 0000 = 0 ... ABCD = 1111 = 15.

-locvpi

Local VPI. Range is 1-65536.

-locvci

Local VCI. Range is 1-65536.

-locnsap

Local NSAP address. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI. You can view the address components for a local connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

-rmtvpi

Remote VPI. Range is 1-65536.

-rmtvci

Remote VCI. Range is 1-65536.

-rmnsap

Remote NSAP address. The format is: RemoteNsapAddress.VPI.VCI. You can view the address components for a remote connection using the dspcon or dspchan command.

-master

Mastership role of connection. Select from the following options:

1 = master

2 = slave

-vpcflag

Indicates whether to connection is a VPC or a VCC.

1 = VPC

2 = VCC

-cos

Connection Service Type.

1 = CBR

2 = VBR

3 = Not used

4 = UBR

5 = ATFR

6 = ABRSTD

7 = ABRFST

21 = CBR1

31 = CBR2 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)

32 = CBR3 (Used only for signalling with UNI 3.1 devices)

-rtngprio

Routing priority for this connection. This parameter defines the rerouting derouting priority of the connection. Range is 1 to 15. Default setting is 8.

-prefrte

Preferred Route ID for this connection. The preferred route feature is applicable only to the master end of an SPVC. This option assigns a unique identifier for the preferred route to which this connection is associated. When the route ID is set to 0, the connection is not associated with any preferred routes. Range is 0 to 65,535. Default is 0.

-directrte

Directed Route option. When this option is yes, the associated preferred route is the only permissible route for the connection to take. Should the directed preferred route be unavailable, the connection is failed. When the option is no, the connection is allowed to try another alternate route should the preferred route be unavailable.

1 = Yes

2 = No (default)

-maxcost

Maximum end-to-end cost for the connection. The VSI controller uses the maximum cost to determine which network routes are available to the connection. The maximum cost is the calculated sum of the administrative weights (AWs) in both directions on every hop in a selected route. Range is 1 to 2,147,483,647. Default setting is 2147483647.

-type

Trunk restriction option.

1 = Enable connection routing without trunk restrictions (Default)

2 = Restrict the connection routing to terrestrial trunks

3 = Restrict the connection routing to satellite trunks

-pcr

Connection Peak Cell Rate in cells per second (cps). Range is 171-9000.

-mcr

Connection Minimum Cell Rate in cells per second (cps). Range is 1-65535.

-pctutil

Percent utilization. Range is 1-100.

-rerout

Channel Reroute.

True = 1

False = 2

-linecond

Line conditioning state. Use this parameter to enable or disable line conditioning on a channel configured on a structured Circuit Emulation port. This is helpful in applications where T1 to E1 conversion is required. When enabled on a channel, unframed AIS signals are sent on the line associated with the channel when the channel receives AIS OAM from the remote end indicating a remote line failure. When disabled on a channel, unframed AIS signals are not sent on the line associated with the channel when the channel receives AIS OAM from the remote end indicating a remote line failure.

1 = Enable

2 = Disable (Default)

For more information on this feature, see "Managing Line Conditioning" in Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."


Related Commands

addcon addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, tstdelay, upcon, dspports, xcnfchan, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Bring the connection on channel 37 administratively down.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > xcnfcon -chn 37 -en 3 -admin 2

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > 

xcnfln

Configure Line—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the xcnfln command to configure line characteristics.


Note RS-232 ports are not supported on the current set of CESM and MPSM cards.


Syntax

To configure RS-232 lines:

xcnfln -rs232 <PortNum> [-e <PortEnable>] [-b <PortBps>]

To configure DS1 lines:

xcnfln -ds1 <LineNum> [-ct <ConnectorType>] [-e <LineEnable>] [-lt <LineType>]

[-lc <LineCoding>] [-len <LineLength>] [-clk <XmtClkSource>] [-lpb <LoopCmd>] [-sc <SendCode>]

[-be <BertEnable>] [-bert <BertPattern>] [-detect <LoopbackCodeDetection>]

Syntax Description

-rs232

Enter the number of the RS-232 port you want to configure. Use the xdsplns -rs232 command to view the available rs232 ports.

Note RS-232 ports are not supported on the current set of CESM and MPSM cards.

-e

RS-232 Port Enable.

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

Note RS-232 ports are not supported on the current set of CESM and MPSM cards.

-b

Port speed in bps. Available port speeds are 9600, 2400, 19200.

Note RS-232 ports are not supported on the current set of CESM and MPSM cards.

-ds1

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

-ct

Connector type.

RJ48 = 3

SMB = 5

-e

Line enable.

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

Modify = 3

-lt

Line type.

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1:

dsx1 ESF = 1 (T1 line)

dsx1 D4 = 2 (T1 line)

dsx1 E1 = 3

dsx1 E1 CRC = 4

dsx1 E1 MF = 5

dsx1 E1 MF CRC = 6

dsx1 E1 CLEAR = 7

MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES:

dsx1 ESF = 1 (T1 line)

dsx1 D4 = 2 (T1 line)

dsx1 E1 CCS = 3

dsx1 E1 CCS CRC = 4

dsx1 E1 CAS = 5

dsx1 E1 CAS CRC = 6

dsx1 E1 CLEAR = 7

-lc

Line coding.

dsx1 B8ZS = 2 (T1 line)

dsx1 HDB3 = 3 (E1 line)

dsx1 AMI = 4 (T1 or E1 line)

-len

Line length.

E1 SMB 75 ohm (G.703) = 8

E1 RJ48 120 ohm (G.703) = 9

T1: 10-15

10: 0-131 ft.

11: 131-262 ft.

12: 262-393 ft.

13: 393-524 ft.

14: 524-655 ft.

15: 655+ ft.

-clk

Xmt Clock Source.

Loop Clock = 1

Local Clock = 2

-lpb

Type of loopback.

No loop = 1

Remote loop = 2 (MPSM only)

Local loop = 3

Note On the CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, and CESM-8E1, remote line loopback must be enabled through the use of the SRM. For additional information on loopbacks supported by the CESM and MPSM cards, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards."

-sc

Send code.

No code = 1

Line code = 2

Payload code = 3

Reset code = 4

Note This option is not supported in this command. For information on BERT, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards," and refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1, and the Cisco MGX 8850 Edge Concentrator Installation and Configuration, Release 1.1.3 documentation.

-detect

Loopback code detection.

Code detect disabled = 1

Code detect enabled = 2

-be

BERT enable.

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

Note This option is not supported in this command. For information on BERT, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards," and refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1, and the Cisco MGX 8850 Edge Concentrator Installation and Configuration, Release 1.1.3 documentation.

-bert

BERT Pattern.

0000 = 0

1111 = 1

0101 = 2

0011 = 3

User one word = 4

User two word = 5

User three word = 6

User four words = 7

2^15-1 = 8

2^20-1 = 9

QRSS = 10

2^23-1 = 11

Note This option is not supported in this command. For information on BERT, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards," and refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1, and the Cisco MGX 8850 Edge Concentrator Installation and Configuration, Release 1.1.3 documentation.


Related Commands

addln, addlnloop, cnfln, delln, dellnloop, dspln, dsplns, xdspln, xdsplns

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Service Group


Example

Place line 3 on the current CESM card in local loopback.

M8830_CH.1.6.CESM.a > xcnfln -ds1 3 -e 3 -lpb 3

M8830_CH.1.6.CESM.a >

xcnfport

Configure Port—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the xcnfport command to add or delete circuit emulation ports. This command does not support modifying a circuit emulation port that has already been added. In order to modify an existing port configuration you must first delete the port and then add the port again with the new port configuration parameters using either the addport or xcnfport command.

Syntax

xcnfport -pt <PortNum> -ln <PortLineNum> -en <PortEnable> [-ts <PortDs0ConfigBitMap>]

[-ptp <PortType>] [-pbe <BertEnable>]

Syntax Description

-pt

Enter the port number you want to add or modify. To display a list of configured ports, enter the dspports command. The port number is found in the Port column in the format Slot.Line.Port. The port number range varies with the card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES range: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES range: 1-248

-ln

Line number to which the port definition or modification applies. To display the lines that have been added, enter the dsplns command. You cannot add a port to a line unless the Status/Coding column shows that the line is enabled (Ena).

-en

Port Row Status.

Add = 1

Delete = 2

Modify = 3

-ts

Port Ds0 Config Bit Map. Enter a hexadecimal number. For example, to use timeslots 1-24 on a T1 line, enter ffffff. To use timeslots 5-24 on a T1 line, enter fffff0. The least-significant bit is the lowest timeslot number. For more information on the timeslots supported by each card type, see the begin_slot and num_slot parameters of the addport command.

-ptp

Port type.

Structured = 1 (This port type cannot be modified using the -en option)

Unstructured = 2

Framing on VC Disconnect = 3

-pbe

BERT enable.

Disable = 1

Enable = 2

Note This option is not supported in this command. For information on BERT, see Chapter 5, "Managing CESM and MPSM Cards," and refer to the Cisco MGX 8850 (PXM1E/PXM45), Cisco MGX 8950, and Cisco MGX 8830 Configuration Guide, Release 5.1, and the Cisco MGX 8850 Edge Concentrator Installation and Configuration, Release 1.1.3 documentation.


Related Commands

addport, delport, delports, dsplns, dspport, dspports, xdspport, xdspports

Attributes

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


Example

Add structured port 5 to line 3, using all 24 time slots on the current CESM card.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > xcnfport -pt 5 -ln 3 -en 1 -ts ffffff -ptp 1

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > 

xcnfrscprtn

Configure Resource Partition—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B (PXM1 only), CESM-8T1 (PXM1 only), CESM-8E1 (PXM1 only)

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

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES on PXM1E, PXM45

xcnfrscprtn -pt <portNum> -ctrlr <controller> -en <rowStatus> [-maxlcn <max_lcn>]

[-lolcn <lcn_low>] [-hilcn <lcn_high>] [-ingrbw <ingressBW>] [-egrbw <egressBW>]

[-ctrlr_id <CtrlrId>]

Syntax: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES on PXM1

xcnfrscprtn -pt <portNum> -ctrlr <controller> -en <rowStatus> [-maxlcn <max_lcn>]

[-lolcn <lcn_low>] [-hilcn <lcn_high>] [-ingrbw <ingressBW>] [-egrbw <egressBW>]

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

xcnfrscprtn -rscpt <portNum> -ctrlr <controller> -en <rowStatus> [-lolcn <lcn_low>]

[-hilcn <lcn_high>] [-ingrbw <ingressBW>] [-egrbw <egressBW>]

Syntax Description

-pt,

-rscpt

Port number associated with the resource partition to be modified. You must add a port to a line before you can modify the resource partition on a port. Use the dspports command to view the available ports.

-cntrlr

Controller for this partition:

1 = PAR (PVC)

2 = PNNI (SPVC)

3 = TAG (MPLS)

-en

Port Row Status.

Add = 1

Delete = 2

Modify = 3

-maxlcn

Maximum LCNs (connections) available in this port resource partition. Range by card type:

CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, MPSM-8T1-CES: 1-192

CESM-8E1, MPSM-8E1-CES: 1-248

-lolcn

Low LCN number available in this port resource partition. Range is 1 to 1000.

-hicn

High LCN number available in this port resource partition. Range is 1 to 1000.

-ingrbw

Ingress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for ingress communications. Range is 0 to 100 percent.

-egrbw

Egress bandwidth percentage. Enter the percentage of the line bandwidth to be used by this controller for egress communications. Range is 0 to 100 percent.

-ctrlr_id

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


Related Commands

addrscprtn, cnfportrscprtn, cnfrscprtn, dspportrscprtn, dsprscprtn, delrscprtn, dspports

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

Log: Yes

State: Active

Privilege: Group 1


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

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Cisco Group


Example

Modify the PNNI port-level resource partition configured on port 1 of the current MPSM card to use an ingress and egress bandwidth of 75 percent.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > xcnfrscprtn -pt 1 -ctrlr 2 -en 3 -ingrbw 75 -egrbw 75

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

xdspchan

Display Channel—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the xdspchan command to display configuration and operational data for a connection.

Syntax

xdspchan -chn <ChanNum>

Syntax Description

-chn

Specify the channel number for the connection to be displayed. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchancnt, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display the connection status and statistics for channel 37 on the current CESM card.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > xdspchan -chn 37

  -------------------------------------------
  ChanNum:   37         RowStatus: Mod       
  AdmnState: Up         ChanState: Ok        
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
  PORT-ALARM CTRLR-ABIT E-AIS/RDI  CELL-LOSS  
  ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 
      NO         NO         NO         NO     
  -------------------------------------------

  ChanNum:                  37
  ChanRowStatus:            Mod
  ConnAdminStatus:          Up
  ChanLineNum:              2
  ChanMapVpi:               26
  ChanMapVci:               37
  ChanCBRService:           struct
  ChanClockMode:            Synchronous
  ChanCAS:                  Basic
  ChanPartialFill:          47
  ChanMaxBufSize:           192 bytes
  ChanCDVT:                 1000 micro seconds
  C L I P:                  2500 milliseconds
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum               3
  ChanConnType              SPVC
  ISDetType                 DetectionDisabled
  CondData                  255
  CondSignalling            15
  ExtISTrig                 DisableIdleSupression
  ISIntgnPeriod             3 seconds 
  ISSignallingCode          0
  OnHookCode                1
  ChanLocalVpi:             26
  ChanLocalVci:             37
  ChanLocalNSAP:            47009181000000000164444b6100000107d30300
  ChanRemoteVpi:            11
  ChanRemoteVci:            100
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           4700918100000000036b5e2bb200000106180d00
  ChanMastership:           Master
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR1
  ChanRoutingPriority:      8
  ChanPreferredRouteId:     0
  ChanDirectedRoute:        No
  ChanMaxCost:              2147483647
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction
  ChanConnPCR:              2048
  ChanConnMCR:              2048
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  Channel Reroute:          False
  ChanLineConditionState:   Disabled

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  38

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > 

Example: PXM1

Display the connection status and statistics for channel 32 on the current CESM card.

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a > xdspchan -chn 32

  ChanNum:                  32
  ChanRowStatus:            Mod
  ChanLineNum:              1
  ChanMapVpi:               3
  ChanMapVci:               32
  ChanCBRService:           struct
  ChanClockMode:            Synchronous
  ChanCAS:                  Basic
  ChanPartialFill:          47
  ChanMaxBufSize:           192 bytes
  ChanCDVT:                  1000 micro seconds
  C L I P:                  2500 milliseconds
  ChanLocalRemoteLpbkState: Disabled
  ChanTestType:             TestOff
  ChanTestState:            NotInProgress
  ChanRTDresult:            65535 ms
  ChanPortNum               1
  ChanConnType              PVC
  ISDetType                 DetectionDisabled
  CondData                  255
  CondSignalling            15
  ExtISTrig                 DisableIdleSupression
  ISIntgnPeriod             3 seconds 
  ISSignallingCode          0
  OnHookCode                1
  ChanLocalVpi:             0
  ChanLocalVci:             0
  ChanLocalNSAP:            4d383235305f534a000000000000000003000100
  ChanRemoteVpi:            11
  ChanRemoteVci:            100
  ChanRemoteNSAP:           4d383235305f534a000000000000000000000100
  ChanMastership:           Master
  ChanVpcFlag:              Vcc
  ChanConnServiceType:      CBR
  ChanRoutingPriority:      1
  ChanMaxCost:              2147483647
  ChanRestrictTrunkType:    No Restriction
  ChanConnPCR:              2048
  ChanConnMCR:              2048
  ChanConnPercentUtil:      100
  ChanLineConditionState:   Disabled

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  33

M8250_SJ.1.3.CESM.a >

xdspchancnt

Display Channel Count—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the xdspchancnt command to display statistics information for a connection. Use this command to view the traffic being processed on a specific connection. Because the statistics are historical, you might want to clear them using the clrchancnt or clrchancnts command before beginning your testing or troubleshooting.

Syntax

xdspchancnt -chn <ChanNum>

Syntax Description

-chn

Specify the channel number for the connection to be displayed. You can view connection information with the dspcons and dspchans commands.

On PXM1E, PXM45 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 35-226

E1 Channel Range = 35-282

On PXM1 platforms:

T1 Channel Range = 32-223

E1 Channel Range = 32-279

Tip On PXM1E and PXM45 platforms, the channel number is found in the LCN column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands. On the PXM1 platform, the channel number is found in the ChNum column in the output of the dspcons and dspchans commands.

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, clrchancnt, clrchancnts, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xclrchancnt, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchans

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES

Display the connection status and statistics for channel 35.

M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > xdspchancnt -chn 35

ChanNum:                   35
Chan State:                Failed
Chan RCV ATM State:        Other State
Chan XMT ATM State:        Sending AIS OAM
Cell Loss Status:          Cell Loss
Reassembled Cells:         0
Generated Cells:           284861796
Header Errors:             0
Seqence Mismatches :       0
Lost Cells:                0
Pointer Reframes:          0
Buffer Underflows:         0
Underflow Inserted Cells:  284105451
Buffer Overflows:          0
Overflow Drop Bytes:       0
Channel Uptime (secs.)     77149
Signalling Status          Offhook


M8850_SF.1.28.MPSM8T1.CES.a > 

Example: CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Display the connection status and statistics for channel 37.

M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > xdspchancnt -chn 37

ChanNum:                   37
Chan State:                Failed
Chan RCV ATM State:        Normal
Chan XMT ATM State:        Normal
Cell Loss Status:          Cell Loss
Reassembled Cells:         0
Generated Cells:           17979088
Header Errors:             0
Seqence Mismatches :       0
Lost Cells:                0
Channel Uptime (secs.)     8779
Signalling Status          Offhook


M8850_SF.1.26.CESM.a > 

xdspchans

Display Channels—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Use the xdspchans command to display a summary of all the connections on the current CESM or MPSM card.

Syntax

xdspchans

Syntax Description

None

Related Commands

addcon, addconCDVT, addspvc, clrchancnt, clrchancnts, cnfchan, cnfcon, delchan, delchans, delcon, dncon, dspchan, dspchans, dspcon, dspcons, rrtcon, tstchan, tstcon, upcon, xclrchancnt, xcnfchan, xcnfcon, xdspchan, xdspchancnt

Attributes

Log: No

State: Any

Privilege: Any User


Example: PXM1E, PXM45

Display all connections configured on the current CESM card.

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a > xdspchans

  LCN  Port.VPI.VCI Type M/S Clock PCR    CDVT  BufSz CLIP  Admin Alarm 
  ---- ------------ ---- --- ----- ------ ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 
  0035 001.04.035   stru S   Synch 4096   00500 00384 02500 Up    OK        
  0036 002.04.036   stru M   Synch 4096   01000 00384 02500 Up    OK        
  0037 003.04.037   stru S   Synch 4096   01000 00384 02500 Up    CTRLR-ABIT

  Number of channels:    3

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  38

PXM1E_SJ.1.4.CESM.a >

Example: PXM1

Display all connections configured on the current MPSM card.


M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a > xdspchans

  Line     ConnId           ChNum Status CDVT  BufSize CLIP  CBRserv  Alarm
  ---- -------------------- ----- ------ ----- ------- ----- -------- -----
     1 M8250_SJ.22.1.0       32   Mod     1000   384    2500   struct Alarm

  ChanNumNextAvailable:  33

M8250_SJ.1.22.MPSM8T1.CES.a >

xdspln

Display Line Configuration—MPSM-8T1-CES, MPSM-8E1-CES, CESM-8T1/B, CESM-8T1, CESM-8E1

Enter the xdspln command to view configuration for a specified line.