Table 1 show linecard table Command
Displays the chassis
slot number and type. The slot type represents the type
of card(s) that the slot supports. Possible
slot types are: Ethernet 10/100, Ethernet
1000 line card, four-port Quad Gig-E (QGLC) line
card (ASR 5000 only), and the10 Gigabit
Ethernet Line Card (XGLC) *
Possible slot numbers
are: 17 through 23, 26 through 39, and
slots 42 through 48
is a full-length line card. It only fits in upper
slots 17 through 23 and 26 through 32. Slots 24 and 25
would support the Switch Processor Input/Output (SPIO) card
associated for the XGLC.
Displays the type of
card installed. The possible card types supported for this release
are: Ethernet 10/100 Line Card, Ethernet
1000 Line Card (QGLC), 10 Gig Ethernet
Line Card (XGLC), Switch Processor Input/Output
Displays the maximum
number of physical ports supported per card.
The Ethernet 10/100
Line Card supports 8 ports.
The Ethernet 1000 Line
Card supports 1 port.
The Quad Gig-E (QGLC) Line
Card supports 4 ports
The 10 Gig Ethernet
Line Card (XGLC) supports 1 port
The Switch Processor
Input/Output Card supports 2 ports.
Displays the operational
state of the card. The possible operational states are:
that the card is an active component that will be used to process
subscriber data sessions.
that the card is a redundant component. Redundant components
will become active through manual configuration or automatically
should a failure occur.
that the card is installed but is not ready to process subscriber
data sessions. This could be due to the fact that it is
not completely installed (i.e. the card interlock
switch is not locked, refer to the System Installation Guide for
information on installing cards in the system) or that
its processes have been halted.
Displays whether or
not the component is a single point of failure (SPOF) in
the system. If the component is an SPOF, then
a Yes will appear in this column. If not, a No
will be displayed.
Displays the PACs/PSC/PSC2s
and SPCs/SMCs that the line cards are being associated