This command set the AAL2 path identifier with AAL2 node and also used to block a particular AAL2 path.
Security Administrator, Administrator
Exec > Global Configuration > Context Configuration > ALCAP Service Configuration > AAL2 Node Configuration
configure > context context_name > alcap-service service_name > aal2-node node_name
Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:
[no] aal2-path-id aal2_path_id [block]
Removes the configured AAL2 path identifier from this AAL2 node configuration.
Specifies the AAL2 path identifier configured with adjacent AAL2 node(s). The AAL2 path id must be unique within an AAL2 node configuration. This value is used to identify a particular path towards an adjacent AAL2 node and is sent in ALCAP protocol messages to peer where path identification is required.
The aal2_path_id must be an integer between 1 through 4294967295.
This AAL2 path id aal2_path_id will be used to bind with ATM port in PVC configuration mode of ATM configuration mode.
This keyword block the AAL2 path configured with specific path identifier. When this keyword is executed ALCAP-BLO-REQUEST shall be sent to the adjacent AAL2 node.
To unblock an AAL2 path, the no keyword will be used for a locally blocked path by sending ALCAP-UNBLOCK-REQUEST to the adjacent AAL2 node.
Use this command to configure an AAL2 path between a pair of adjacent nodes, which is identified by a unique number called AAL2 path identifier. An AAL2 path provides 248 AAL2 channels wherein each AAL2 channel is used for one circuit switched call. The AAL2 channel range defined is 8 to 255.
This command can be used for blocking or unblocking an AAL2 path towards an adjacent AAL2 node.
The AAL2 path id configured here will be used to bind with ATM port in PVC configuration sub-mode of ATM configuration mode for IuCS-over-ATM functionality.
no al2-path-id 6 block