This preface describes
Administration Guide, how it is organized and its document conventions.
Packet Core-Single Instance (VPC-SI) consists of a single StarOS instance
running in a virtual machine (VM) on a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) server.
This guide describes how to configure and administer the StarOS instance
running within a hypervisor-controlled VM.
This guide describes all VPC-specific items. Supplemental information related to general StarOS operation and supported network gateway functions can be found in the StarOS documentation. For more information, refer to Obtaining Cisco VPC-SI Documentation.
The following tables describe the conventions used throughout this
Provides information about important features or instructions.
Alerts you of potential damage to a program, device, or
Alerts you of potential personal injury or fatality. May also
alert you of potential electrical hazards.
Text represented as a
This typeface represents displays that appear on your terminal
screen, for example:
Text represented as
This typeface represents commands that you enter, for example:
show ip access-list
This document always gives the full form of a command in
lowercase letters. Commands are not case sensitive.
Text represented as a
This typeface represents a variable that is part of a command,
slot_number is a variable
representing the desired chassis slot number.
Text represented as menu or sub-menu names
This typeface represents menus and sub-menus that you access
within a software application, for example:
File menu, then click
Related Cisco VPC-SI Documentation
The most up-to-date information for VPC-SI is available in the product Release Notes provided with each product release.
The following common documents are available for the StarOS software which may be applicable to the VPC-SI:
Obtaining Cisco VPC-SI Documentation
The most current
Cisco documentation is available on the following website:
Use the following
path selections to access the StarOS documentation:
Wireless > Mobile Internet > Platforms > Cisco ASR 5000 Series >
Configure > Configuration Guides
Use the information
in this section to contact customer support.
Refer to the support
area of http://www.cisco.com
for up-to-date product documentation or to submit
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service representative for additional information.