Cisco ASR 903 Router Chassis Software Configuration Guide
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Table Of Contents

Symbols - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

Symbols

<cr> 1-9

? command 1-9

A

administratively down state 7-8

autonegotiation

configuring 7-6

disabling on fiber interfaces 7-7

enabling on fiber interfaces 7-7

auxiliary port, using 1-7

B

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) 4-3

C

carriage return (<cr>) 1-9

cautions, usage in text i-xiv

CEF 11-1

CEF for PFC2

See CEF

circuit emulation service over packet-switched network 11-2

Cisco IOS configuration changes, saving 1-12

command-line interface, getting help 1-9

command line processing 1-7

command modes, understanding 1-2

commands

context-sensitive help for abbreviating 1-9

default form, using 1-12

no form, using 1-12

command syntax

conventions i-xiii

displaying (example) 1-9

configuration files, backing up to bootflash

1-12

configuration files, backing up to TFTP 1-13

configuration files, backing up to USB Flash Disk 1-13

configuration files, managing 1-12

configurations, saving 1-12

configure terminal command 7-2

console, accessing 1-4

console, accessing using a direct connection 1-4

console, accessing using telnet 1-6

console, configuring a transport map 2-3

console, connecting 1-4

console, traffic handling 2-2

console, using 1-5

console, viewing handling configuration 2-12

copy command 7-7

crashinfo files, overview 5-4

D

diagnostic configuration mode, summary of 1-3

diagnostic mode, overview 1-3

dot1q encapsulation 7-6

configuration (example) 7-17

E

e1 bert pattern command 8-8

encapsulation

dot1q 7-6

configuration (example) 7-17

SNAP 7-5

F

field programmable hardware device upgrade 5-3

file systems, overview 5-3

filtering output, show and more commands 1-14

for 7-11

framing, configuring 8-5

G

Gigabit Ethernet Interface Modules

configuring 7-1

modifying MTU 7-5

global configuration mode, summary of 1-2

H

hardware, upgrading in the field 5-3

hardware platforms

See platforms, supported

help command 1-9

history buffer, using 1-8

Hot Standby Router Protocol . See HSRP.

HSRP, verifying configuration 7-4

I

IEEE 802.1Q encapsulation 7-6

configuration (example) 7-17

interface

basic configuration (example) 7-16

enabling 7-3

restarting 7-8

shutting down 7-8

verifying configuration7-9to ??

interface address, specifying 7-3

interface configuration mode, summary of 1-2

interface gigabitethernet command 7-2

interface tengigabitethernet command 7-2

ip address command 7-2

K

keyboard shortcuts 1-7

L

lost+found directory, overview 5-4

M

Management Ethernet Interface, common tasks 3-3

Management Ethernet interface, interface numbering 3-2

Management Ethernet interface, IP Address Handling 3-2

Management Ethernet interface, overview 3-1

Management Ethernet Interface, VRF 3-2

modem, accessing 1-7

modes

See command modes

mpls mtu command 7-5

MTU (maximum transmission unit)

configuration (example) 7-16

default size 7-5

interface MTU

additional overhead 7-5

configuration guidelines 7-5

configuring 7-5

description 7-5

verifying 7-6

IP MTU, description 7-5

maximum size 7-5

MPLS MTU, description 7-5

tag MTU, description 7-5

types 7-5

mtu command 7-2, 7-3, 7-5

N

negotiation auto command 7-7

no negotiation auto command 7-7

no shut command 7-3

notes, usage in text i-xiv

NVRAM 7-7

O

OIR (online insertion and removal)

and shutting down or restarting interfaces 7-8

online insertion and removal. See OIR.

P

platforms, supported

release notes, identify using 1-15

privileged EXEC mode, summary of 1-2

prompts, system 1-2

provisioning files, overview 5-2

Q

question mark (?) command 1-9

R

release notes

See platforms, supported

rommon image, overview 5-3

ROM monitor mode, summary of 1-3

RPAccess, Overview 5-2

RPBase, Overview 5-2

RPControl, Overview 5-2

RPIOS, Overview 5-2

running configuration, saving to NVRAM 7-7

S

Secure Shell (SSH), configuring persistent SSH 2-9

Secure Shell (SSH), persistent 2-2

Secure Shell (SSH), persistent SSH restrictions 2-17

Secure Shell (SSH), viewing handling configuration 2-12

show history command 1-8

show hw-module subslot transceiver idprom command 7-10

show interface serial command 8-10

show interfaces gigabitethernet command 7-6

show standby command 7-4

shutdown command 7-8

SNAP (Subnetwork Access Protocol) encapsulation 7-5

Software Packaging, Overview 5-1

Stateful Switchover (SSO), overview 4-2

Stateful Switchover, Supported Protocols and Applications 4-2

Step1 8-16

Step4 8-16

Structure-agnostic TDM over Packet 11-1

Structure-agnostic TDM over Packet (SaToP) 11-1

T

T1/E1 Interface Module 8-1

configuring 8-2

framing 8-5

verifying the configuration 8-17

Tab key, command completion 1-9

telnet, configuring persistent telnet 2-5

telnet, persistent 2-2

telnet, persistent telnet restrictions 2-17

telnet, using 1-5

telnet, using to access console 1-6

telnet, viewing handling configuration 2-12

Tracing, how tracing works 13-1

Tracing, overview 13-1

Tracing, setting a tracing level 13-4

Tracing, tracing levels 13-2

Tracing, viewing a tracing level 13-3

Tracing, viewing trace logs 13-5

U

upgrading field programmable hardware device 5-3

user EXEC mode, summary of 1-2

V

VLANs (virtual LANs)

configuration (example) 7-17