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Alcatel-Lucent 7302

INTELLIGENT SERVICES ACCESS MANAGER

Alcatel-Lucent 7330

INTELLIGENT SERVICES ACCESS MANAGER FIBER TO THE NODE

Alcatel-Lucent 7360

INTELLIGENT SERVICES ACCESS MANAGER FX
CLI COMMAND GUIDE FOR FD 100/320GBPS NT and FX NT

R4.3
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1- ISAM CLI

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1.1 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 CLI Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Nodes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.5 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.6 Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.7 Printers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.8 Getting help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.9 The CLI Prompt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.10 Entering CLI Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.11 CLI Backward Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.12 Phase Out Strategy Obsolete Commands and/or Parameters
1.13 Command Phase Out Annoucement Release . . . . . . . . .
1.14 Non supported commands/parameters . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.2 Environment Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

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3.1 Alarm Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Alarm Log Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Alarm Entry Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
3.4 Alarm Delta Log Configuration Command . . . . . .
3.5 Customizable Alarm Profile Configuration Command

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4.1 Trap Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
4.2 Trap Definition Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
4.3 Trap Manager Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

5- Equipment Configuration Commands
5.1 Equipment Configuration Command Tree . . . . .
5.2 Rack Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Shelf Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4 Slot Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5 Applique Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
5.6 Protection Group Configuration Command . . . . .
5.7 Protection Element Configuration Command . . . .
5.8 External-link-host Configuration Commands . . . .
5.9 Host Shelf SFP Configuration Commands . . . . .
5.10 NE Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11 Environment Monitoring Configuration Command

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6- Gpon ONT Configuration Commands

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6.2 ONT Interface Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
6.3 GPON GEM port performance monitoring Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128

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6.5 Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
6.6 Fec TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
6.7 ONT Card Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
6.8 ONT Software Control Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138

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7.1 xDSL Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2 xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3 xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
7.4 xDSL Artificial Noise Downstream Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
7.5 xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL/ADSL2 Configuration Command . . . . . . .
7.6 xDSL Spectrum Profile for RE-ADSL2 Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
7.7 xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL2 Plus Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
7.8 ADSL2-plus Custom PSD shape Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
7.9 xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
7.10 VDSL Ghs Tones Transmission Power Control Configuration Command . . .
7.11 VDSL Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command . . . . . . .
7.12 VDSL Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command . . . . . .
7.13 VDSL Power Back Off Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.14 xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
7.15 VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command . . . . . .
7.16 VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
7.17 VDSL2 Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command . . . . . .
7.18 VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
7.19 VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.20 VDSL2 Power Back Off Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.21 xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.22 xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command
7.23 xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
7.24 xDSL RTX Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.25 xDSL Vectoring Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.26 xDSL Vectoring Control Entity Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
7.27 xDSL Line Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.28 xDSL Line TCA Threshold Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.29 xDSL Board Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.30 xDSL Per Line Overrule Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.31 xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Downstream Configuration Command . . .
7.32 xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Upstream Configuration Command . . . . .
7.33 xDSL INS Near End Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.34 xDSL INS Far End Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.35 xDSL Vectoring Processing Board Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .

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8.1 Gpon xDSL Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.2 Gpon xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.3 Gpon xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
8.4 Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
8.5 Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
8.6 ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
8.7 ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.8 Gpon xDSL Line Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.9 Gpon xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.10 Gpon xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command
8.11 Gpon xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
8.12 Gpon xDSL ONT Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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9.2 ATM PVC Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
9.3 IPOA X-connect L2 interworking port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283

10- Interface Management Configuration Commands
10.1 Interface Management Configuration Command Tree
10.2 Network Interface Configuration Command . . . . . .
10.3 Extend Interface Configuration Command . . . . . . .
10.4 Interface Alarm Configuration Command . . . . . . .

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11.2 Error Log Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 295

12- System Configuration Commands

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12.1 System Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.2 System Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.3 System SNTP Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.4 System SNTP Server Table Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.5 System Loop ID Syntax Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.6 Maximum Lt Link Speed Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.7 System Clock Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.8 System ONT Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.9 System Synchronous Interface Timing Clock Switching Mode Configuration Command
12.10 System Clock Bits Mode Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.11 System Clock Source Priority Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.12 NTR Clock PTP Packet Mode Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.13 NTR Clock Transmission Protocol Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.14 System Synchronous InterfaceTiming Clock Switching Mode configuration Command
12.15 NTR Acceptable Clock Master Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.16 System Clock Synchronous Status Message Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
12.17 System Clock Synchronous Source port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
12.18 System Clock Force Reference Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.19 SSMOut Configuration Command for synce ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.20 SSMOut Configuration Command for XDSL ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.21 T4 D-PLL Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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13- Security Configuration Commands
13.1 Security Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.2 Security Banner Configuration Commmand . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.3 Operator Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.4 Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.5 Default Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.6 SNMP View Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.7 Security SNMP Community Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
13.8 Security SNMPv3 Group Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
13.9 Security SNMPv3 User Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
13.10 Security SNMPv3 User-Group Configuration Command . . . . .
13.11 SNMP Notify View Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.12 Security SNMP Notification Profile Configuration Command . . .
13.13 Security SNMP Notification Profile Filter Configuration Command
13.14 Security SNMP Element Manager Configuration Command . . .
13.15 Security RADIUS Client Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
13.16 Security RADIUS Authentication Server Configuration Command

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13.17 Security RADIUS Accounting Server Configuration Command . . . . . .
13.18 Security RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Client Configuration Command
13.19 Security RADIUS Policy Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.20 Security RADIUS Server Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.21 Security Domain Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.22 Security Connection Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
13.23 Security Connection Policy Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
13.24 Security 802.1x PAE System Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
13.25 Security 802.1x Port Authentication Configuration Command . . . . . .
13.26 Security 802.1x Extension, Port Authentication Configuration Command
13.27 Security 802.1x Port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.28 Security Password Policy Configuration Commmand . . . . . . . . . . .
13.29 File Transfer Configure Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.30 file Transfer server Configure Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.31 PM File Upload Configure Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.32 PM File Upload Configure Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.33 Lawful Intercept Split Management Configuration Command . . . . . . .
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16.1 SYSLOG Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413
16.2 SYSLOG Destination Configuration command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 414
16.3 SYSLOG Route Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 416

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17.1 Software Management Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 420
17.2 Software Management Overall Software Package Configuration Command . . . . . . . . 421
17.3 Database Automatic Activation Configure Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 424

18- QoS Configuration Commands

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18.1 QoS Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.2 QoS Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.3 QoS 802.1P Class-to-Queue Mapping Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.4 QoS Dsl Control Pkt Policer Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.5 QoS DSCP-to-Dot1P Alignment for L3 Forwarded Traffic Configuration Command .
18.6 QoS Queue Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.7 QoS Scheduler Node Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.8 QoS CAC Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.9 QoS Single Dot1P Marker Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.10 QoS Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.11 QoS DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.12 QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For DSCP-contract
18.13 QoS Dot1P and DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command . . . . . . .
18.14 DSCP Contract Table Codepoint Configuration Command For D1p-dscp-contract .
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18.16 QoS Dot1P Alignment Marker Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.17 QoS Dot1P Remark Table Marker Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.18 QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For DSCP-contract
18.19 QoS Policer Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.20 QoS L2 Filter Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.21 QoS L3 Filter Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.22 QoS Policy Action Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.23 QoS Policy Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.24 QoS Session Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.25 QoS Session Upstream Policy List Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.26 QoS Session Downstream Policy List Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
18.27 QoS Shaper Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.28 QoS Bandwidth Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.29 QoS IngressQoS Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.30 QoS Board-Level Queue and Performance Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
18.31 QoS Queue Threshold Crossing Alarm Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
18.32 QoS DSL Link Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.33 QoS LIM Queue Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.34 QoS ShdSL Link Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.35 QoS LIM Queue (SHDSL) Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.36 QoS Interface Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.37 QoS Interface Queue Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18.38 QoS Interface Upstream Queue Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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19.4 VLAN Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19.5 VLAN Filtering Database Configuration Command . . . . .
19.6 VLAN Port Filtering Database Configuration Command . .
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20.4 Bridge Port to VLAN Association Configuration Command
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21.2 Arp-Relay Statistics Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 542

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22.1 IGMP Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22.2 IGMP Channel Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22.3 IGMP Channel Permission Package Members Configuration Command
22.4 IGMP Channel Preview Package Members Configuration Command . .
22.5 IGMP Package Bitmaps Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
22.6 IGMP System Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22.7 IGMP System CDR Type Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
22.8 IGMP Vlan System Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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23- Multicast Configuration Commands

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23.2 Multicast General Group Configuration Command . . . . . . .
23.3 General Multicast Package Members Configuration Command
23.4 Multicast Capacity Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
23.5 Multicast Channel Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
23.6 Multicast Channel Package Members Configuration Command
23.7 Multicast Channel Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . .
23.8 Multicast Channel Package Members Configuration Command
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24.3 PPPoX Cross-connect Engine Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
24.4 PPPoX Cross-connect Engine Monitoring Configuration Command . .
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26.2 DHCP Relay User Port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600
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27.2 XDSL Bonding Assembly Timer Configuration Command
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27.4 xDSL Bonding Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
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31- L2CP Configuration Commands
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32- Voice Configuration Commands
32.1 Voice Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32.2 Voice Sip Server Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32.3 Voice Sip LineId Syntax Profile Configuration Commands . . . . . .
32.4 Voice Sip User Agent Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . .
32.5 Sip Voice Service Provider Configuration Commands . . . . . . . .
32.6 Voice Sip User Agent Access Point Configuration Command . . . .
32.7 Voice Sip Dial Plan Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . .
32.8 Voice Sip Dial Plan Digitmap Configuration Commands . . . . . . .
32.9 Voice Sip Termination Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . .
32.10 Voice Sip Termination TCA Threshold Configuration Command . .
32.11 Sip Voice Register Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . .
32.12 Voice Sip Transport Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . .
32.13 Voice Sip Redundancy Table Configuration Commands . . . . . .
32.14 Voice Sip System Session Timer Configuration Commands . . . .
32.15 Voice Sip DNS Server Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . .
32.16 Voice Sip DHCP Authentication Params Configuration Commands
32.17 manage restoration Failover/Failback type/mode . . . . . . . . . .
32.18 Voice Cluster Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32.19 Voice Megaco IP Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32.20 Voice Megaco Equipment Configuration Commands . . . . . . . .
32.21 Voice Megaco Equipment Board Configuration Commands . . . .
32.22 Voice Megaco Equipment Termination Configuration Commands .
32.23 Voice Megaco Media Gateway Configuration Commands . . . . .
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33.1 Voice Ont Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.2 Voice ONT Service Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.3 Performance Monitoring configuration command for VOIP service . .
33.4 Voice ONT POTS Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.5 Voice ONT Voice-Port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.6 GPON Authentication Security Profile Configuration Command . . . .
33.7 Voice ONT Secure URI profile Configuration command . . . . . . . .
33.8 GPON URI Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.9 GPON Tone Pattern Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
33.10 GPON Tone Pattern Sequence Profile Configuration Command . . .
33.11 Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.12 GPON Busy Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . .
33.13 GPON First Call Wait Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . .
33.14 GPON Second Call Wait Tone Event Profile Configuration Command
33.15 GPON Third Call Wait Tone Event Profile Configuration Command .
33.16 GPON Fourth Call Wait Tone Event Profile Configuration Command
33.17 GPON Alert Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . .
33.18 GPON Special Dial Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . .
33.19 GPON Special Info Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . .
33.20 GPON Release Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . .
33.21 GPON Congest Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . .
33.22 GPON Confirm Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . .
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33.24 GPON Message Wait Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . .
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33.26 GPON Ring Back Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . .
33.27 GPON Roh Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
33.28 GPON Stutter Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
33.29 GPON Intrusion Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
33.30 GPON Dead Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
33.31 GPON First User Defined Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . .
33.32 GPON Second User Defined Tone Event Profile Configuration Command
33.33 GPON Third User Defined Tone Event Profile Configuration Command . .
33.34 GPON Fourth User Defined Tone Event Profile Configuration Command .
33.35 GPON Network Dial Plan Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . .
33.36 Create a RTP profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.37 Create a Voice Service profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.38 Create a VOIP Application Service Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.39 Create a VOIP media profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.40 GPON Ringing Pattern Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
33.41 GPON Ringing Pattern Sequence Profile Configuration Command . . . .
33.42 GPON Ring Event Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.43 GPON VOIP Feature Access Codes Profile Configuration Command . . .
33.44 GPON Common VOIP Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.45 GPON Voice ONT POTS Rtp PM Mode Configuration Command . . . . .
33.46 GPON ONT SIP Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.47 Voice Ont SIP Agent PM Mode Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
33.48 Voice Ont SIP Agent Call PM Mode Configuration Command . . . . . . .
33.49 Configure ont POT SIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.50 Voice ONT MGC Configuration command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33.51 Voice ONT MGC PM monitoring command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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35- Ethernet User Ports Configuration Commands
35.1 Ethernet User Ports Configuration Command Tree . . .
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36.2 ONT Ethernet Port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 849
36.3 ONT Ethernet Port Performance Monitoring Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . 852

37- Efm Oam Configuration Commands

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37.1 Efm Oam Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 855
37.2 Efm Oam Interface ConfigurationCommand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 856

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38.1 CFM Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
38.2 Maintenance Domain on NT Configuration Command . . . . . . . .
38.3 Maintenance Association on NT Configuration Command . . . . . .
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39.2 Trouble-shooting Interface Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 868

40- Trouble-Shooting Pon Interface Configuration Command

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40.2 Trouble-shooting Pon Interface Configuration Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 872

41- IPoA/E IW Configuration Commands

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41.1 IPoA/E IW Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 874
41.2 IPoA/E IW Interworking Port Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 875
41.3 IPoA/E IW Gateway Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 877

42- LineTest Configuration Commands

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42.1 LineTest Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . .
42.2 Megaco LineTest Session Configuration Command
42.3 Megaco LineTest Line Configuration Command . .
42.4 MEGACO LineTest Param Configuration Command
42.5 SINGLE LineTest Session Configuration Command
42.6 SINGLE LineTest Line Configuration Command . .
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43.1 LACP Configuration Command Tree . . .
43.2 LACP general configuration command . .
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44- MSTP Configuration Commands
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44.3 MSTP Instance configuration Command . . . . . . . .
44.4 MSTP Vlan-Instance Mapping configuration Command
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45.3 Pon GEM Port Performance Monitoring Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45.4 OLT-SIDE TC-layer Performance Monitoring Counter Thresholds Configuration Command
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45.5 Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for PON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45.6 OTDR enable Command for PON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45.7 Pon Protection Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
45.8 Power Shedding Profile Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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46.2 Uni Ont Video Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 935
46.3 Uni Ont TC layer Ccounters Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 937

47- CES Configuration Commands

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47.2 CES Maintenance Profile Configuration Command . . .
47.3 CES Service Port Provisioning Configuration Command
47.4 CES Service PM Mode Configuration Command . . . .
47.5 CES Service Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . .
47.6 CES Service Gem Port Configuration Command . . . .
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48.1 ANI ONT Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 956
48.2 ANI ONT Thershold Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 957
48.3 ANI ONT Video Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 959

49- L2UNI Configuration Commands

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49.1 L2UNI Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 962
49.2 L2 UNI ONT Performance Monitor Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 963
49.3 TC-layer Performance Monitoring Counter Thresholds Configuration Command for
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50- IpHost Configuration Commands

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50.1 IpHost Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 968
50.2 Voice Ont IP-Host Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 969
50.3 Voice Ont IP-Host PM Mode Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 972

51- ONT VEIP Configuration Commands

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51.1 ONT VEIP Configuration Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 975
51.2 ONT VEIP Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 976
51.3 ONT VEIP Port Performance Monitoring Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 978

52- Configure NTP parameters on a specific ONT

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52.1 Configure NTP parameters on a specific ONT Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 981
52.2 Configure NTP parameters on a specific ONT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 982

53- Equipment Status Commands
53.1 Equipment Status Command Tree . . . .
53.2 Slot Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
53.3 Profile Description Command . . . . . .
53.4 Applique Status Command . . . . . . . .
53.5 Shelf Summary Status Command . . . .
53.6 Protection Element Status Command . .
53.7 Protection Group Status Command . . .
53.8 External-link-host Status Commands . .
53.9 External-link-remote Status Commands .
53.10 SFP/XFP Diagnostics Status Command
53.11 Board Temperature Status Command .
53.12 Transceiver Inventory Status Command
53.13 NE Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
53.14 Rack Status Command . . . . . . . . .
53.15 Shelf Status Command . . . . . . . . .

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54.2 ONT Interface Command . . . . . . . . . . .
54.3 ONT Interface Operational Status Command
54.4 ONT Card Status Command . . . . . . . . .
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54.6 ONT Software Version Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1040
54.7 ONT Software Download Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1041
54.8 ONT Data Store Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1044
54.9 ONT Optics Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1046
54.10 ONT Optics History Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1049
54.11 ONT Power Shedding Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1052
54.12 GPON ont Olt-side on-demand Aggregate gem Current-Interval Performance Monitoring 1054
Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
54.13 GPON ont Olt-side on-demand aggregate gem Previous-Interval Performance Monitoring1056
Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
54.14 GPON ont Ont-side aggregate gem Current-Interval Performance Monitoring Command 1058
54.15 GPON ont Ont-side Aggregate gem Previous-Interval Performance Monitoring Command1060
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54.16 GPON ont Olt-side Always-on Aggregate gem Current-Interval Performance Monitoring 1062
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54.17 GPON Ont Olt-side Always-on Aggregate gem Previous-Interval Performance Monitoring1064
Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
54.18 Multicast TC-layer Current Interval Performance Data Status Command . . . . . . . . .1066
54.19 Multicast TC-layer Previous Interval Performance Data Status Command . . . . . . . . .1068
54.20 Fec TC-layer Current Interval Counters Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1070
54.21 ONT Software Control List Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1072

55- Trap Status Commands

1073

55.1 Trap Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1074
55.2 Trap Manager Queue Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1075

56- Alarm Delta Log Status Commands
56.1 Alarm Delta Log Status Command Tree . . . . . .
56.2 Alarm Generic Delta Alarm Log Status Command
56.3 Indeterminate Alarm Delta Log Status Command .
56.4 Warning Alarm Delta Log Status Command . . . .
56.5 Minor Alarm Delta Log Status Command . . . . .
56.6 Major Alarm Delta Log Status Command . . . . .
56.7 Critical Alarm Delta Log Status Command . . . .

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57.2 Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.3 Equipment Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.4 Equipment Holder Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . .
57.5 Equipment Holder Extended Alarm Log Status Command . . .
57.6 Plug-in Unit Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.7 ATM Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.8 Ethernet Interface Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . .
57.9 Software Management Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . .
57.10 xDSL Common Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . .
57.11 xDSL Near-end Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . .
57.12 xDSL Far-end Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
57.13 TCA xDSL Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.14 Vectoring Line Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
57.15 Electrical-to-Optical Conversion Alarm Log Status Command
57.16 Authentication Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
57.17 xDSL Bonding Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
57.18 Redundancy Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.19 Custom Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.20 SFP Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.21 Custom External Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . .
57.22 Plug In Unit Extended Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . .

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57.23 Alarm Periodic Sealing Current Status Commands . . . . .
57.24 SIP Server Alarm Log Status Commands . . . . . . . . . .
57.25 SIP VSP Alarm Log Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . .
57.26 SIP Dial Plan Alarm Log Status Commands . . . . . . . . .
57.27 SIP Slot Alarm Log Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.28 SIP Termination Alarm Log Status Commands . . . . . . .
57.29 Shdsl Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.30 Shdsl Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.31 Megaco Media Gateway Alarm Log Status Command . . .
57.32 Megaco Signaling Gateway Alarm Log Status Command . .
57.33 Megaco Plug Unit Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . .
57.34 Megaco Termination Alarm Log Status Command . . . . .
57.35 Megaco Signaling Lt Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . .
57.36 Ima-Group Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.37 Ima-Link Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.38 Ether-Tca Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.39 Ether-Sfp Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.40 Alarm Qos Slot Log Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . .
57.41 Alarm Qos Queue Log Status Commands . . . . . . . . . .
57.42 Log File Transfer Server Alarm Log Status Command . . .
57.43 Log Lsm Redundancy Alarm Log Status Command . . . . .
57.44 Log L2 Forward Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . .
57.45 External Device Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . .
57.46 Multicast Source Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . .
57.47 Vlanport Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.48 BGP Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.49 RIP Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.50 LAG Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.51 ihub-general Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
57.52 VPRN Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.53 ISIS Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.54 Ospf Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.55 ihub-l2forward Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . .
57.56 Vpls Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.57 IHUB-Eqip Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.58 IHUB-Link Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.59 LDP Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.60 MPLS Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.61 SDP Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.62 IHUB IPV6 Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.63 EPIPE Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.64 EPIPE Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.65 IHUB Lawful Intercept Alarm Log Status Command . . . . .
57.66 Sync Clock Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
57.67 Equipment Supplemental Alarm Log Status Command . . .
57.68 Otdr Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57.69 Management Security Access Alarm Log Status Command

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58.3 Alarm Snapshot Equipment Status Command . . . . . .
58.4 Equipment Holder Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . .
58.5 Equipment Holder Alarm Extended Log Status Command
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58.7 ATM Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.8 Alarm Snapshot Ethernet Interface Status Command . .
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58.11 TCA xDSL Alarm Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.12 Alarm Vectoring Line Snapshot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.13 Alarm Electrical-to-Optical Conversion for Snapshot Status Command
58.14 Authentication Alarms for Snapshot Status Command . . . . . . . . .
58.15 Alarm xDSL Bonding Snap Shot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
58.16 Alarm Redundancy Snapshot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.17 Alarm Custom Snapshot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.18 Alarm SFP Snapshot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.19 Alarm Custom External Snap Shot Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
58.20 Alarm Plug In Unit Extended Snap Shot Status Command . . . . . . .
58.21 Alarm Periodic Sealing Current Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.22 Alarm Snap-shot SIP Server Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.23 Alarm Snap-shot SIP VSP Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.24 Alarm Snap-shot SIP Dial Plan Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.25 Alarm Snap-shot SIP Slot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.26 Alarm Snap-shot SIP Termination Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
58.27 Alarm Snap-shot Megaco Media Gateway Status Command . . . . . .
58.28 Alarm Snap-shot Megaco Signaling Gateway Status Command . . . .
58.29 Alarm Snap-shot Megaco Plug Unit Status Command . . . . . . . . .
58.30 Alarm Snap-shot Megaco Termination Status Command . . . . . . . .
58.31 Alarm Snap-shot Megaco Signaling Lt Status Command . . . . . . . .
58.32 Alarm Snap-shot Shdsl Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.33 Alarm Snap-shot Shdsl Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.34 Alarm Snap-shot Ima-Group Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.35 Alarm Snap-shot Ima-Link Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.36 Alarm Snap-shot Ether-Tca Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.37 Alarm Snap-shot Ether-Sfp Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.38 Alarm Snap-shot SIP Termination Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
58.39 Alarm Snap-shot SIP Termination Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
58.40 Alarm File Transfer Server Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.41 Alarm Lsm Redundancy Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.42 Alarm L2 Forward Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.43 Alarm Snap-shot External Device Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
58.44 Alarm Snap-shot Multicast Source Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
58.45 Vlanport Alarm Snapshot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.46 BGP Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.47 RIP Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.48 LAG Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.49 ihub-general Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.50 VPRN Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.51 ISIS Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.52 OSPF Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.53 ihub-l2forward Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.54 VPLS Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.55 IHUB-Equip Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.56 IHUB-link Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.57 LDP Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.58 Alarm SnapShot MPLS Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.59 Alarm SnapShot SDP Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.60 IHUB IPV6 Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.61 Alarm SnapShot EPIPE Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.62 Alarm SnapShot EPIPE Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.63 IHUB Lawful Intercept Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . .
58.64 Sync Clock Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.65 Alarm Snapshot Equipment Supplemental Status Command . . . . . .
58.66 Otdr Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58.67 Sync Clock Alarm SnapShot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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59.1 Current Alarm Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.2 Alarm Current Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.3 Equipment Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.4 Equipment Holder Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . .
59.5 Equipment Holder Extended Current Alarm Status Command . . .
59.6 Plug-in Unit Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.7 ATM Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.8 Ethernet Interface Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . .
59.9 Software Management Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . .
59.10 xDSL Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.11 TCA xDSL Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.12 Vectoring Line Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
59.13 Electrical-to-Optical Conversion Current Alarm Status Command
59.14 Authentication Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
59.15 xDSL Bonding Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
59.16 Redundancy Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
59.17 Custom Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.18 SFP Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.19 Custom External Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . .
59.20 Plug In Unit Extended Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . .
59.21 Alarm Periodic Sealing Current Status Command . . . . . . . . .
59.22 SIP Server Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.23 SIP VSP Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.24 SIP Dial Plan Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
59.25 SIP Slot Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.26 SIP Termination Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . .
59.27 Megaco Media Gateway Current Alarm Status Command . . . .
59.28 Megaco Signaling Gateway Current Alarm Status Command . . .
59.29 Megaco Plugin Unit Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . .
59.30 Megaco Termination Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . .
59.31 Megaco Signaling Lt Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . .
59.32 Shdsl Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.33 Shdsl Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.34 Ima-Group Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.35 Ima-Link Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.36 Alarm Current Ether-Tca Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.37 Alarm Current Ether-Sfp Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.38 Alarm Current Qos Slot Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.39 Alarm Current Qos Queue Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
59.40 Alarm File Transfer Server Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
59.41 Alarm LSM Redundancy Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.42 Alarm L2 Forward Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.43 Alarm Current External Device Status Command . . . . . . . . .
59.44 Multicast Source Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . .
59.45 Vlanport Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.46 Vlanport Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.47 BGP Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.48 RIP Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.49 LAG Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.50 ihub-general Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
59.51 VPRN Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.52 ISIS Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.53 Ospf Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.54 ihub-l2forward Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
59.55 VPLS Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.56 IHUB-Equip Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
59.57 ihub-link Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.58 LDP Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.59 MPLS Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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59.61 IHUB IPV6 Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
59.62 EPIPE Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.63 EPIPE Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
59.64 IHUB Lawful Intercept Current Alarm Status Command . . . . .
59.65 Sync Clock Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
59.66 Equipment Supplemental Current Alarm Status Command . . .
59.67 Otdr Current Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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60.3 PVC Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60.4 TC Adapter Protocol Interval Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60.5 TC Adapter Protocol Current Quarter Performance Data Command . . . . . . . .
60.6 TC Adapter Protocol Current Day Performance Data Command . . . . . . . . . .
60.7 TC Adapter Protocol Performance Data for Previous Quarter Intervals Command
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62.1 VLAN Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.2 Global VLAN Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.3 Residential Bridge VLAN Summary Status Command . . . . . . . . .
62.4 Residential Bridge VLAN Extensive Status Command . . . . . . . . .
62.5 Cross-connect VLAN Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.6 Stacked VLAN Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.7 Stacked QoS VLAN Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.8 QoS C-VLAN Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.9 Layer-2 Terminated VLAN Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.10 VLAN Name Mapping Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.11 VLAN Filtering Database Per LIM Status Command . . . . . . . . .
62.12 Bridge Port Filtering Database Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
62.13 VLAN Priority Regeneration Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . .
62.14 Duplicate MAC Alarm Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.15 Port Event Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.16 Port Statistics for Current Quarter Status Command . . . . . . . . .
62.17 Port Statistics for Current Day Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
62.18 Port Statistics for Previous Quarter Intervals Status Command . . . .
62.19 Port Statistics for Previous Day Intervals Status Command . . . . . .
62.20 VLAN Port Statistics for Current Quarter Status Command . . . . . .
62.21 VLAN Port Statistics for Current Day Status Command . . . . . . . .
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62.24 VLAN Filtering Database Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
62.25 P-bit Traffic Counters Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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63.2 QoS Session Profile Status Command . . . .
63.3 QoS Marker Profile Status Command . . . . .
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63.7 QoS CAC Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.8 QoS Policy Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.9 QoS L2 Filter Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.10 QoS L3 Filter Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.11 QoS Policy Action Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.12 QoS IngressQoS Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.13 QoS Shaper Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.14 QoS Bandwidth Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.15 QoS DSL Bandwidth Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.16 QoS Shdsl Bandwidth Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.17 QoS Ethernet Bandwidth Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.18 QoS Interface Bandwidth Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.19 QoS Total Buffer Overflow Statistics for Previous Quarter . . . .
63.20 QoS Total Buffer Overflow Statistics for Current Quarter . . . . .
63.21 QoS Total Buffer Overflow Statistics for Previous Day Command
63.22 QoS Total Buffer Overflow Statistics for Current Day . . . . . . .
63.23 QoS Total Buffer Overflow Statistics Total Status Command . . .
63.24 QoS Interface Buffer Overflow Statistics for Previous Quarter . .
63.25 QoS Interface Buffer Overflow Statistics for Current Quarter . . .
63.26 QoS Fan Out Statistics for Previous Quarter . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.27 QoS Fan Out Statistics for Current 15 minutes . . . . . . . . . .
63.28 QoS Fan Out Statistics for Previous Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.29 QoS Fan Out Statistics for Current Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.30 QoS LT Queue Overflow Statistics for Previous Quarter . . . . .
63.31 QoS LT Queue Overflow Statistics for current Quarter . . . . . .
63.32 QoS TC2QMapping Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
63.33 Qos Pcc Rules Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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65.2 xDSL Profiles Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
65.3 xDSL PM Interval Per Interface Status Command . . . . . .
65.4 xDSL Operational Data Near End Line Status Command . .
65.5 xDSL Operational Data Near End Channel Status Command
65.6 xDSL Operational Data Far End Line Status Command . . .
65.7 xDSL Operational Data Far End Channel Status Command .
65.8 xDSL Operational Data Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
65.9 xDSL Carrier Data Near End Status Command . . . . . . . .
65.10 xDSL Carrier Data Far End Status Command . . . . . . . .
65.11 xDSL Failure Status Near End Status Command . . . . . .
65.12 xDSL Failure Status Far End Status Command . . . . . . .
65.13 xDSL Counters Near End Line Current 15 Min . . . . . . .
65.14 xDSL Counters Near End Line Current Day . . . . . . . . .
65.15 xDSL Counters Near End Line Previous 15 Min . . . . . . .
65.16 xDSL Counters Near End Of Line Previous Day . . . . . . .
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65.25 xDSL Counters Far End Channel Current 15 Min . . . . . .
65.26 xDSL Counters Far End Channel Current Day . . . . . . . .
65.27 xDSL Counters Far End Channel Previous 15 Min . . . . .
65.28 xDSL Counters Far End Channel Previous Day . . . . . . .
65.29 xDSL Inventory XT/RT Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
65.30 xDSL Board Capability Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
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65.32 xDSL Low Rate Alarm Line Bitmap Status Command . . . .
65.33 xDSL Low Rate Alarm Linkup Record Data Command . . .
65.34 xDSL INS Near End Operational Data Status Command . .
65.35 xDSL INS Near End Current 15Min Data Status Command .
65.36 xDSL INS Near End Current 15Min IAT Histogram . . . . .
65.37 xDSL INS Near End Current 15Min EINP Histogram . . . .
65.38 xDSL INS Near End Current Day Data Status Command . .
65.39 xDSL INS Near End Current Day IAT Histogram . . . . . .
65.40 xDSL INS Near End Current Day EINP Histogram . . . . .
65.41 xDSL INS Near End Previous 15Min Data Status Command
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65.44 xDSL INS Near End Previous Day Data Status Command .
65.45 xDSL INS Near End Previous Day IAT Histogram . . . . . .
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65.47 xDSL INS Far End Operational Data Status Command . . .
65.48 xDSL INS Far End Current 15Min Data Status Command .
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65.51 xDSL INS Far End Current Day Data Status Command . . .
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65.54 xDSL INS Far End Previous 15Min Data Status Command .
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65.56 xDSL INS Far End Previous 15Min EINP Histogram . . . .
65.57 xDSL INS Far End Previous Day Status Command . . . . .
65.58 xDSL INS Far End Previous Day IAT Histogram . . . . . .
65.59 xDSL INS Far End Previous Day EINP Histogram . . . . . .
65.60 xDSL Vectoring Disturbers Status Command . . . . . . . .
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66.1 Configuration Data Status Command Tree . . . . . . . .
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66.3 xDSL Port ATM Configuration Status Command . . . . .
66.4 xDSL Port ATM Interface Configuration Status Command
66.5 xDSL Port Interface Configuration Status Command . . .
66.6 xDSL IGMP Configuration Status Command . . . . . . .
66.7 xDSL Security PAE Configuration Status Command . . .
66.8 xDSL BridgePort Configuration Status Command . . . .
66.9 xDSL QoS Configuration Status Command . . . . . . . .
66.10 xDSL PPPoX Relay Configuration Status Command . .
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67.3 xDSL BridgePort Operational Status Command . .
67.4 xDSL Port ATM Operational Status Command . . .
67.5 xDSL Port Interface Configuration Status Command
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68- Gpon xDSL Status Commands

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68.1 Gpon xDSL Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
68.2 Gpon xDSL Profiles Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
68.3 Gpon xDSL PM Interval Per Interface Status Command . . . . . .
68.4 Gpon xDSL Operational Data Near End Line Status Command . .
68.5 Gpon xDSL Operational Data Near End Channel Status Command
68.6 Gpon xDSL Operational Data Far End Line Status Command . . .
68.7 Gpon xDSL Operational Data Far End Channel Status Command .
68.8 Gpon xDSL Carrier Data Near End Status Command . . . . . . .
68.9 Gpon xDSL Carrier Data Far End Status Command . . . . . . . .
68.10 Gpon xDSL Failure Status Near End Status Command . . . . . .
68.11 Gpon xDSL Failure Status Far End Status Command . . . . . . .
68.12 Gpon xDSL Counters Near End Line Current 15 Min . . . . . . .
68.13 Gpon xDSL Counters Near End Line Previous 15 Min . . . . . .
68.14 Gpon xDSL Counters Near End Channel Current 15 Min . . . . .
68.15 Gpon xDSL Counters Near End Channel Previous 15 Min . . . .
68.16 Gpon xDSL Counters Far End Line Current 15 Min . . . . . . . .
68.17 Gpon xDSL Counters Far End Line Previous 15 Min . . . . . . .
68.18 Gpon xDSL Counters Far End Channel Current 15 Min . . . . . .
68.19 Gpon xDSL Counters Far End Channel Previous 15 Min . . . . .
68.20 Gpon xDSL XTU-R Inventory Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
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69.8 xDSL Bonding Far End Failure Status Command . . . . . . .
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71.3 Aggregate Pon Gem Port Current Interval Status Command . . . . . . . .
71.4 Aggregate Pon Gem Port Previous Interval Status Command . . . . . . .
71.5 Multicast TC-layer Current Interval Performance Data Status Command .
71.6 Multicast TC-layer Previous Interval Performance Data Status Command
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71.8 PON Software Download Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
71.9 PON Optics Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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72- Uni Ont Gem-port Status Commands

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74.1 ANI ONT Show Command Tree . . . . . . .
74.2 ANI ONT Operational-Data Status Command
74.3 ANI ONT Video Status Command . . . . . .
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75.1 L2UNI Show Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2117
75.2 Current L2UNI ONT Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2118
75.3 Previous L2UNI ONT Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2121

76- Voice Ont IP Host Show Commands

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76.1 Voice Ont IP Host Show Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2124
76.2 ONT IP Host Operational Data Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2125
76.3 ONT IP Host Current 15min Statistics Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2128

77- Interface Status Commands
77.1 Interface Status Command Tree . . .
77.2 Interface Alarm Status Command . .
77.3 Physical Interface Status Command .
77.4 Interface Status Command . . . . . .
77.5 Interface Test Status Command . . .
77.6 Interface Stack Status Command . .
77.7 Interface Extensive Status Command

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78.2 SNTP Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2159

79- SNTP Server Commands

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79.1 SNTP Server Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2161
79.2 SNTP Server Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2162

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80- System Status Commands

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80.1 System Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . .
80.2 System Statistics Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
80.3 System Licenses Status Command . . . . . . . .
80.4 System Clock Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
80.5 Show syslog parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
80.6 System Memory Usage Status Command . . . . .
80.7 System CPU Load Status Command . . . . . . .
80.8 System CDE Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
80.9 System Clock Management Status Command . .
80.10 System T4 Clock Management Status Command

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81- Transaction Status Commands

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81.1 Transaction Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2184
81.2 Transaction Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2185
81.3 Transaction Log Entry Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2187

82- Error Status Command

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82.1 Error Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2189
82.2 Error Log Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2190

83- Software Status Commands
83.1 Software Status Command Tree . . . . . . .
83.2 Database Status Command . . . . . . . . .
83.3 Disk Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
83.4 Overall Software Package Status Command
83.5 Software Package Status Command . . . .
83.6 File Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
83.7 Upload/Download Status Command . . . . .
83.8 Software Version For ANSI Status Command
83.9 Software Version For ETSI Status Command

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84.1 CDE Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2211
84.2 CDE download Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2212

85- IGMP Status Commands
85.1 IGMP Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . .
85.2 IGMP System Status Command . . . . . . . . .
85.3 IGMP Channel Sources Status Command . . .
85.4 IGMP Channel Miscellaneous Status Command
85.5 IGMP Channel Protocol Status Command . . .
85.6 IGMP package to multicast source Command .
85.7 IGMP Group to Package Status Command . . .
85.8 Show Multicast Source Statistics Command . .
85.9 Show Multicast Channel Statistics Command . .
85.10 IGMP Module Counter Status Command . . .
85.11 IGMP Module Time Status Command . . . . .
85.12 IGMP Module Miscellaneous Status Command
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86.1 Transport Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2242
86.2 SNMP Protocol Statistics Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2243

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86.3 SNMP Engine Status Command . .
86.4 System Status Command . . . . .
86.5 SFP status commands . . . . . . .
86.6 Interface MAU Status Command . .
86.7 Ethernet Lt Dot3 Status Command

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87.1 Efm Oam Status Command Tree . . . . . . .
87.2 Efm Oam Mac Statistics Command . . . . . .
87.3 Efm Oam Pme Statistics Command . . . . . .
87.4 Efm Oam Local Information Status Command
87.5 Efm Oam Peer Information Status Command .
87.6 Efm Oam statistics Status Command . . . . .

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88.1 DHCP Relay Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
88.2 DHCP Relay Port Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
88.3 DHCP Relay Port Statistics Related To Vlan Ports . . . . . . .
88.4 DHCP Relay Port Summary Statistics Related To Vlan Ports .
88.5 DHCP Relay Port Detailed Statistics Related To Vlan Ports . .
88.6 DHCP v6 Relay Port Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
88.7 DHCP v6 Relay Port Statistics Related To Vlan Ports . . . . .
88.8 DHCP v6 Relay Port Summary Statistics Related To Vlan Ports
88.9 DHCP v6 Relay Port Detailed Statistics Related To Vlan Ports
88.10 DHCP Relay Session Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .

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89.1 Multicast Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2299
89.2 Multicast Active Groups Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2300
89.3 Multicast Group Membership Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2303

90- CPE Management Status Commands

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90.1 CPE Management Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2307
90.2 CPE Management Show Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2308

91- Session Status Commands

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91.1 Session Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2310
91.2 Session Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2311

92- PPPoX-Relay Status Commands
92.1 PPPoX-Relay Status Command Tree . . . . . . .
92.2 PPPoX CC Engine Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . .
92.3 PPPoX CC Client Port Statistics . . . . . . . . . .
92.4 PPPoX CC Engine Monitor Statistics . . . . . . .
92.5 PPPoX CC Client Port Monitor Statistics . . . . .
92.6 PPPoX CC Session Engine Status Command . .
92.7 PPPoX CC Session Client Port Status Command

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93.3 SHDSL Span Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
93.4 SHDSL Unit Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
93.5 SHDSL Segment Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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93.7 SHDSL Segment Counters Current Day Status Command . . . . . . .
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93.9 SHDSL Segment Counters Previous Day Status Command . . . . . .
93.10 SHDSL Span Current Interval Performance Data Status Command .
93.11 SHDSL Span Current Day Performance Data Status Command . . .
93.12 SHDSL Span Previous Interval Performance Data Status Command
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94.1 IMA Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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94.3 IMA Group Near-End Current Interval Performance Data Status Command
94.4 IMA Group Near-End Previous Interval Performance Data Status Command
94.5 IMA Group Far-End Current Interval Performance Data Status Command .
94.6 IMA Group Far-End Previous Interval Performance Data Status Command .
94.7 IMA Link Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
94.8 IMA Link Near-End Current Interval Performance Data Status Command . .
94.9 IMA Link Near-End Previous Interval Performance Data Status Command .
94.10 IMA Link Far-End Current Interval Performance Data Status Command . .
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95.3 Voice Sip User Agent Access Point Show Commands . . . . . . . . .
95.4 Voice Sip Statistics System Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.5 Voice Sip Statistics Perfinfo Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.6 Voice Sip Termination Statistics Command for Current 15 Minutes . .
95.7 Voice Sip Termination Statistics Command for Current Day . . . . . .
95.8 Voice Sip Termination Statistics Command for Previous 15 Minutes .
95.9 Voice Sip Termination Statistics Command for Previous day . . . . . .
95.10 Voice Sip Call Statistics Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.11 Voice Sip restoration: Redundancy Status Commands . . . . . . . .
95.12 Voice Sip Redundancy Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.13 Voice Sip Termination Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.14 Voice Megaco Equipment Board Status Commands . . . . . . . . .
95.15 Voice Megaco Equipment Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.16 Voice Megaco MGI Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.17 Voice Megaco Database Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.18 Voice Megaco IP Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.19 Voice Megaco SGI Status Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.20 Summary of Current Operational Parameters for ONT VoIP . . . . .
95.21 Summary of Call History Operational Parameters . . . . . . . . . . .
95.22 Voice ONT POTS MLT Test Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.23 Voice ONT POTS PB Dialtone Test Status Command . . . . . . . .
95.24 Voice ONT POTS SIP Dialtone Test Status Command . . . . . . . .
95.25 Summary of Actual Operational data for ONT VoIP Config Command
95.26 Voice ONT POTS Hook State Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.27 Voice TC Olt-side Current Interval Status Command . . . . . . . . .
95.28 Voice TC Olt-side Previous Interval Status Command . . . . . . . .
95.29 Voice TC Ont-side Current Interval Status Command . . . . . . . . .
95.30 Voice TC Ont-side Previous Interval Status Command . . . . . . . .
95.31 GPON Voip Configuration Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
95.32 Voice GPON POTS RTP Current Statistics Command . . . . . . . .
95.33 Current Interval PM stats of ONT MGC Agent Command . . . . . . .
95.34 Voice Gpon POTS Call Statistics Command for Current 15 Minutes .
95.35 GPON Ont Sip Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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96- L2CP Status Commands
96.1 L2CP Status Command Tree . . .
96.2 L2CP Status Command . . . . .
96.3 L2CP Status Command . . . . .
96.4 L2CP Status Command . . . . .
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97- Ethernet Lt Configuration Data Status Commands
97.1 Ethernet Lt Configuration Data Status Command Tree .
97.2 Ethernet Port Interface Configuration Status Command
97.3 Ethernet IGMP Configuration Status Command . . . . .
97.4 Ethernet Security PAE Configuration Status Command
97.5 Ethernet BridgePort Configuration Status Command . .
97.6 Ethernet QoS Configuration Status Command . . . . .

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98- Ethernet Status Commands

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98.2 Ethernet Counters Near End Line Current 15 Min . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.3 Ethernet Counters Near End Line Current Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.4 Ethernet Counters Near End Line Previous 15 Min . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.5 Ethernet Counters Near End Line Previous Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.6 Ethernet PM Interval Per Interface Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.7 Ethernet Statistics Line Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.8 Ethernet Ont Port Operational Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
98.9 ONT Ethernet Port Performance Monitoring Current-Interval Status Command . .
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99- Ethernet Lt Operational Data Status Commands
99.1 Ethernet Lt Operational Data Status Command Tree .
99.2 Ethernet Port Operational Status Command . . . . .
99.3 Ethernet BridgePort Operational Status Command . .
99.4 Ethernet Port Interface Operational Status Command
99.5 Ethernet IGMP Operational Status Command . . . .
99.6 Ethernet Port Ip Bridge Operational Status Command
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101- Trouble-Shooting Status Commands

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101.1 Trouble-Shooting Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
101.2 Trouble-shooting Statistics To One Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
101.3 Trouble-shooting Statistics on a Port (DSL or Ethernet) or PVC Interface
101.4 Trouble-shooting Statistics To One VlanPort . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
101.5 Summary Trouble-shooting Statistics To Vlan Ports . . . . . . . . . . . .
101.6 Extensive Trouble-shooting Statistics To Vlan Ports . . . . . . . . . . .
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103.2 Maintenance Domain on NT Status Command . . . . . . . .
103.3 Maintenance Association on NT Status Command . . . . . .
103.4 Maintenance Association End Point on NT Status Command
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105.2 Megaco LineTest Available Session Status Command
105.3 Megaco LineTest Session Status Command . . . . .
105.4 Megaco LineTest Line Status Command . . . . . . . .
105.5 Megaco LineTest LineId ExtReport Status Command .
105.6 SINGLE LineTest Available Session Status Command
105.7 SINGLE LineTest Session Status Command . . . . .
105.8 SINGLE LineTest Line Status Command . . . . . . .
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106- LACP status commands
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107- MSTP Status Commands
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107.2 MSTP Bridge Status Command . . .
107.3 MSTP Instance Status Command . .
107.4 MSTP Network Port Status Command
107.5 MSTP Port Instance Status Command

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109.1 Security Status Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
109.2 Operator Information Status Command . . . . . . . . . . .
109.3 Domain Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
109.4 User Sessions Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
109.5 Connection Profile Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . .
109.6 RADIUS Authentication Server Status Command . . . . . .
109.7 RADIUS Authentication Server Statistics Command . . . .
109.8 RADIUS Accounting Server Statistics Command . . . . . .
109.9 RADIUS Accounting Server Status Command . . . . . . . .
109.10 RADIUS Dynamic Authentication Client Status Command
109.11 RADIUS Next Available Index Command . . . . . . . . . .
109.12 RADIUS Client Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
109.13 PAE Authenticator Status Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
109.14 EAPOL Statistics Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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109.15 Diagnostic Information Status Command . . . .
109.16 Session Statistics Command . . . . . . . . . .
109.17 PAE Port System Status Command . . . . . . .
109.18 MAC Address related EAPOL Status Command
109.19 SSH Server Status Command . . . . . . . . . .
109.20 PM File Upload Status Command . . . . . . . .
109.21 PM File Upload Status Command . . . . . . . .

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110- Alarm Management Commands

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110.1 Alarm Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
110.2 Alarm Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
110.3 Snapshot Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
110.4 Alarm Delta Log Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . .
110.5 Log Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
110.6 Alarm Filetransfer Manual Clearance Management Command .
110.7 Alarm Failed Login Manual Clearance Management Command

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111- ATM Management Commands

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111.1 ATM Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2686
111.2 ATM Port Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2687

112- IGMP Management Commands

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112.1 IGMP Management Command Tree . . . . . . .
112.2 IGMP Management Command . . . . . . . . . .
112.3 IGMP Multicast Sources Management Command
112.4 IGMP Multicast Channel Management Command
112.5 IGMP Multicast Channel Management Command
112.6 IGMP Slot Management Command . . . . . . .
112.7 IGMP Channel Management Command . . . . .

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113- PPPoX Management Commands

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113.1 PPPoX Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2700
113.2 PPPoX Engine Port Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2701

114- PPPoEL2 Statistics Management Commands

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114.1 PPPoEL2 Statistics Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2703
114.2 PPPoEL2 Statistics Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2704

115- xDSL Management Commands

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115.1 xDSL Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2707
115.2 xDSL Line Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2708

116- Gpon xDSL Management Commands

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116.1 Gpon xDSL Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2711
116.2 Gpon xDSL Line Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2712

117- Software Management Commands
117.1 Software Management Command Tree .
117.2 Software Management Command . . . .
117.3 OSWP Software Management Command
117.4 Database Management Command . . . .
117.5 File Management Command . . . . . . .
117.6 Ihub Software Management Command .
117.7 IHUB Database Management Command

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117.8 CDE Management Command

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118- SHDSL Management Commands

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118.1 SHDSL Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2726
118.2 SHDSL Segment Configuration Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2727

119- Session Management Commands

2729

119.1 Session Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2730
119.2 Forced Disconnect Session Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2731

120- System Management Commands

2732

120.1 System Management Command Tree . . . . . . .
120.2 SYSLOG Management command . . . . . . . . .
120.3 Secure Shell Server Key Regeneration Command
120.4 PM File Upload Management Command . . . . . .
120.5 PM File Upload Management Command . . . . . .
120.6 CPU Load Management Command . . . . . . . .

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121.1 UDP debug Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2741
121.2 Forced Disconnect UDP debug Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2742

122- Trouble-Shooting Management Commands

2743

122.1 Trouble-Shooting Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2744
122.2 Trouble-shooting Interface Management Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2745

123- Trouble-Shooting Management Commands

2747

123.1 Trouble-Shooting Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2748
123.2 Trouble-shooting Pon Interface Management Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2749

124- Voice Ont Management Commands

2750

124.1 Voice Ont Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . .
124.2 Voice Megaco Database Management Command . . . . . . .
124.3 Voice Megaco Termination Lock Management Command . .
124.4 Voice Megaco Media Gateway Lock Management Command
124.5 Voice POTS Diagostics Management Command . . . . . . .
124.6 Voice POTS Pull-Break Management Command . . . . . . .
124.7 Voice SIP Pull-Break Management Command . . . . . . . . .
124.8 GPON Voip Configuration Management Command . . . . . .

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125- Voice Management Commands

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125.1 Voice Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2765

126- MSTP Management Commands

2766

126.1 MSTP Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2767
126.2 MSTP Port Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2768

127- Pon Management Commands
127.1 Pon Management Command Tree . . .
127.2 Pon Bit Error Statistics Commands . . .
127.3 PON Rogue Test Diagnostic Command
127.4 Pon Protection Configuration Command

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128- CESUNI Management Commands

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128.1 CESUNI Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2775
128.2 CESUNI Loopback Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2776

129- Equipment Management Commands

2778

129.1 Equipment Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2779
129.2 Equipment Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2780
129.3 Slot Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2781

130- ONT Management Command
130.1 ONT Management Command Tree . . . . . . .
130.2 ONT Interface Management Command . . . .
130.3 ONT Card Management Command . . . . . .
130.4 ONT Software Control Management Command
130.5 ONT Software Version Management Command
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131.1 Bridge Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2791
131.2 Learned Unicast MAC Address Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2792
131.3 VLAN Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2794

132- Trap Management Commands

2795

132.1 Trap Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2796
132.2 Trap Manager Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2797

133- DHCP Management Command

2798

133.1 DHCP Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2799
133.2 DHCP Relay User Port Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2800
133.3 DHCP Relay User Port Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2802

134- ARP-RELAY statistics Management Commands

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134.1 ARP-RELAY statistics Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2805
134.2 Arp-relay statistics Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2806

135- Transport Management Commands

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135.1 Transport Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2809
135.2 IP Net-to-media Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2810

136- SNTP Management Commands

2811

136.1 SNTP Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2812
136.2 SNTP Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2813

137- Transactions Management Commands

2814

137.1 Transactions Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2815
137.2 Transaction Configuration Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2816

138- Security Management Commands

2817

138.1 Security Management Command Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2818
138.2 Security 802.1x Port Authentication Management Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2819

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139- Debug commands

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139.1 Debug commands Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2822
139.2 Debug commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2823

140- IHUB Commands

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141- Global And Environmental Commands
141.1 History Command . . . . . .
141.2 Echo Command . . . . . . .
141.3 Telnet Command . . . . . .
141.4 Exec Command . . . . . . .
141.5 Sleep Command . . . . . . .
141.6 Tree Command . . . . . . .
141.7 Write Command . . . . . . .
141.8 Logout Command . . . . . .
141.9 Help Command . . . . . . .
141.10 Info Command . . . . . . .
141.11 Exit Command . . . . . . .
141.12 Back Command . . . . . .
141.13 Delete Command . . . . .
141.14 In Command . . . . . . . .
141.15 Configure Command . . . .
141.16 Action Command . . . . . .
141.17 Show Command . . . . . .
141.18 Recursive Show Command
141.19 Sample Command . . . . .
141.20 Poll Command . . . . . . .
141.21 Debug Command . . . . .

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1.1 History
1.2 Preface
1.3 CLI Commands
1.4 Nodes
1.5 Parameters
1.6 Filters
1.7 Printers
1.8 Getting help
1.9 The CLI Prompt
1.10 Entering CLI Commands
1.11 CLI Backward Compatibility
1.12 Phase Out Strategy Obsolete Commands and/or
Parameters
1.13 Command Phase Out Annoucement Release
1.14 Non supported commands/parameters

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1-2
1-37
1-38
1-40
1-41
1-44
1-45
1-46
1-47
1-48
1-49
1-51
1-52
1-53

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1.1 History
This history section enumerates the CLI commands which are new, modified or removed between any two
subsequent releases. No details are provided within this section. The command description, syntax and parameters for
each new and modified command is in the Command Syntax section of the respective command in the CLI
Command Guide.

Command delta R4.3 versus R4.2.30
Modified Commands
configure alarm entry (NTP and multiple xNTP servers support
,NRCD- B SW Auto-upgrade during migration/upgradwe)
configure alarm entry (Login logout and target deletion traps,Enable
OTDR on GPON LT, 48p vectoring VDSL2 LT )
configure igmp channel(CLI Commands implementation for IGMP
CAC)
configure igmp system (Context drop: Drop non-IGMPv3 packets)
configure l2cp session (ANCP - set Partition ID field)
configure linetest cluster ltparm ( Config external CDE parameter and
Encrypt SIP regist)
configure linetest cluster tsession ( Config external CDE parameter
and Encrypt SIP regist)
configure linetest single ltparm( Config external CDE parameter and
Encrypt SIP regist)
configure linetest single ltsession ( Config external CDE parameter
and Encrypt SIP regist)
configure mcast chn src-ip-addr(CLI Commands implementation for
IGMP CAC)
configure qos interface (Ctrl-Pkt-Policer for protocol PPPoX not
PPPoE,GPON UNI scheduling/shaping based on queue parameters)
configure qos interface queue (Ctrl-Pkt-Policer for protocol PPPoX
not PPPoE,GPON UNI scheduling/shaping based on queue
parameters)
configure qos interface upstream-queue( ONT upstream policing and
queue config)
configure qos profiles ingress-qos(GPON LT color-aware trTCM)
configure qos profiles policer(GPON LT color-aware trTCM)
configure qos profiles shaper (Ctrl-Pkt-Policer for protocol PPPoX
not PPPoE,GPON UNI scheduling/shaping based on queue
parameters)
configure shdsl span (shdslSpanBondingRateControlMode check)
configure system loop-id-syntax (Protocol-awareness for dual-tagged
VLAN ports)

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configure trap manager (login logout Trap management)
configure trap definition (login logout Trap management)
configure vlan id (Insert Line parameter for PPPOE and SW policer
management ready , ARP anti-spoof)
configure voice sip server ( SIP LC call Transfer)
configure voice sip termination(R4.3V migration)
configure voice sip user-agent (Enable line test when port is
disabled/blocked/not, NTT: SIP: CLI Support for DHCP)
configure voice sip system session-timer (R4.3V migration)
configure voice sip user-agent-ap slot-id (Enable line test when port is
disabled/blocked/not)
configure voice sip vsp (Common Voice Software for ONT and
ISAM-V)
configure xdsl board (support for sink xdsl common code)
configure xdsl line (support for sink xdsl common code )
show equipment diagnostics sfp(Retrievable SFP/SFP+/XFP Config
data)
show linetest cluster lineid-ext-rept(Config external CDE parameter
and Encrypt SIP regist)
show linetest single lineid-ext-rept( Config external CDE parameter
and Encrypt SIP regist)
show system license (Green DSL L2 Mode License Counter)
configure equipment ont interface (IR Dual SIP Stack OLT)
configure pon interface (IR Dual SIP Stack OLT)
configure qos profiles scheduler-node (GPON: downstream UNI rate
shaping to include multicast traffic)
configure system (GPON: downstream UNI rate shaping to include
multicast traffic)
configure system sync-if-timing (GPON: downstream UNI rate
shaping to include multicast traffic)
configure system sync-if-timing ssm (GPON: downstream UNI rate
shaping to include multicast traffic)
configure voice ont pots (IR Dual SIP Stack OLT)
admin alarm clear-alarm (minor bug fix)
configure iphost ont (minor bug fix)
configure linetest single ltsession (Common Voice Software for ONT)
show config-data-port bridge-port(minor bug fix)
show oper-data-port bridge-port(minor bug fix)
show voice ont mgc-agent statistics current-15min (minor bug fix)
show xdsl vect-disturbers (minor bug fix)
configure voice ont mgc-config (minor bug fix)

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New Commands
admin alarm clear-alarm ip-address session-id (login logout Trap
management)
admin system security pmfile ( R4.3V migration)
admin system security pmfile upload ( R4.3V migration)
admin voice cluster (ISAM-V)
admin voice cluster database(ISAM-V)
admin voice cluster equipment(ISAM-V)
admin voice cluster media-gateway (ISAM-V)
admin voice sip ( Common Voice Software for ONT and ISAM-V)
configure igmp mcast-svc-context (CLI Commands implementation
for IGMP CAC)
configure pon interface otdr ( Enable OTDR on GPON LT )
configure qos ctrl-pkt-policer(Ctrl-Pkt-Policer for protocol PPPoX not
PPPoE)
configure qos profiles marker dot1p-remark (GPON LT color-aware
trTCM)
configure qos profiles marker dot1p-remark dot1p-value(GPON LT
color-aware trTCM)
configure system security pmfile ( R4.3V migration)
configure system security pmfile upload ( R4.3V migration)
configure voice cluster (ISAM-V)
configure voice cluster equipment (ISAM-V)
configure voice cluster media-gateway (ISAM-V)
configure voice cluster signal-gateway (ISAM-V)
configure voice cluster equipment board ( ISAM-V)
configure voice cluster equipment termination (ISAM-V)
configure voice cluster ip (ISAM-V)
configure voice sip dhcp-authent-para ( Enable line test when port is
disabled/blocked/not)
configure voice sip dnsserver ( SIP LC call Transfer)
configure voice sip transport ( Common Voice Software for ONT and
ISAM-V)
configure voice sip redundancy ( SIP LC call Transfer)
configure voice sip redundancy-cmd ( SIP LC call Transfer)
configure voice sip register ( Common Voice Software for ONT and
ISAM-V)
configure xdsl vce-profile (support for sink xdsl common code)
configure xdsl vect-profile (support for sink xdsl common code)
admin alarm clear-alarm filetransfer ip-address(minor bug fix)

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admin alarm clear-alarm login-failure ip-address(minor bug fix)
show igmp mcast-svc-context (CLI Commands implementation for
IGMP CAC)
show alarm current mgmt-sec-access ( login logout Trap
management)
show alarm current otdr (Enable OTDR on GPON LT )
show alarm current sip-dial-plan ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm current sip-server ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm current sip-vsp ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm current vect-line (48p vectoring VDSL2 LT)
show alarm log mgmt-sec-access (login logout Trap management)
show alarm log otdr ( Enable OTDR on GPON LT )
show alarm log sip-dial-plan ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm log sip-server ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm log sip-vsp ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm log vect-line (48p vectoring VDSL2 LT)
show alarm snap-shot mgmt-sec-access ( login logout Trap
management)
show alarm snap-shot otdr (Enable OTDR on GPON LT )
show alarm snap-shot sip-dial-plan ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm snap-shot sip-server ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm snap-shot sip-vsp ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm snap-shot vect-line (48p vectoring VDSL2 LT)
show equipment transceiver-inventory (Retrievable SFP/SFP+/XFP
Config data )
show security pmfile ( R4.3V migration)
show security pmfile upload ( R4.3V migration)
show trouble-shooting statistics uni-interface (Protocol-awareness for
dual-tagged VLAN ports)
show voice cluster ( Common Voice Software for ONT and ISAM-V)
show voice cluster board ( Common Voice Software for ONT and
ISAM-V)
show voice cluster database( Common Voice Software for ONT and
ISAM-V)
show voice cluster ip ( Common Voice Software for ONT and
ISAM-V)
show voice cluster media-gateway ( Common Voice Software for
ONT and ISAM-V)
show voice cluster signal-gateway( Common Voice Software for
ONT and ISAM-V)

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5

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show voice cluster termination ( Common Voice Software for ONT
and ISAM-V)
show voice sip redundancy-node ( SIP LC call Transfer)
show voice sip redundancy-node redundancy-cmd ( SIP LC call
Transfer)
show voice sip redundancy-node redundancy-state ( SIP LC call
Transfer)
show xdsl vect-carrier-data (48p vectoring VDSL2 LT)
show xdsl vect-carrier-data far-end disturber (48p vectoring VDSL2
LT)
show xdsl vect-carrier-data near-end disturber (48p vectoring VDSL2
LT)
show xdsl vect-disturbers (48p vectoring VDSL2 LT)
configure system user-user-hairpin (ONT to ONT communication via
OLT)
configure system sntp server-table (IACM MIB, CLI drop for SNTP)
configure system sntp server-table ip-address (IACM MIB, CLI drop
for SNTP)
configure system sync-if-timing ssmout-ltport (NRNT-A)
configure system sync-if-timing ssmout-synce(NRNT-A)
configure system sync-if-timing t4-out-config (NRNT-A)
configure system time (IACM CLI, Alarm drop for NTP)
configure xdsl vp-board vp-link (CLI implementation VP-LT
mapping)
show alarm current megaco-media-gw (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm current megaco-plug-unit (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm current megaco-sig-gw (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm current megaco-sig-lt(In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)
show alarm current megaco-term (In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)
show alarm log megaco-media-gw (In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)
show alarm log megaco-plug-unit (In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)
show alarm log megaco-sig-gw (In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)
show alarm log megaco-sig-lt (In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)
show alarm log megaco-term (In DN mode alarm for dns lookup
failure)

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show alarm snap-shot megaco-media-gw (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm snap-shot megaco-plug-unit (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm snap-shot megaco-sig-gw (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm snap-shot megaco-sig-lt (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show alarm snap-shot megaco-term (In DN mode alarm for dns
lookup failure)
show sntp server-table server-ip-addr (IACM MIB, CLI drop for
SNTP)
show system ntp (IACM CLI, Alarm drop for NTP)
show system sync-if-timing-t4 (CLI Commands for Full SSM and
SSM-QL)
show system user-user-hairpin (ONT to ONT communication via
OLT)
show voice ont pots hookstate (Dual SIP Stack OLT)
Removed Commands
configure system security domain ip-pool (remove XD mappers)
configure system security domain user (remove XD mappers)
configure voice sip termination local-loop (remove XD mappers)
configure xdsl line local-loop (remove XD mappers)
show alarm current llu-relay (remove XD mappers)
show alarm current sip-user-agent (SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm log llu-relay (remove XD mappers)
show alarm log sip-user-agent (SIP LC call Transfer)
show alarm snap-shot llu-relay (remove XD mappers)
show alarm snap-shot sip-user-agent (SIP LC call Transfer)

Command delta R4.2.30 versus R4.2.0.2
Modified Commands
configure interface port (Logical Link ID support)
show interface port (Logical Link ID support)
configure vlan (4096 support for UVlanIndex)
show vlan cross-connect (Logical Link ID support)
show vlan bridge-port-fdb (Logical Link ID support)
show vlan dup-mac-alarm (Logical Link ID support)
admin bridge learned-unicast-mac (Logical Link ID support)

3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01

Released

7

1 ISAM CLI

configure bridge port (Logical Link ID support, 4096 vlan support)
show vlan fdb-board (vlanport added)
configure qos interface(Logical Link ID support)
configure qos interface (index) upstream-queue (queue)
configure qos profiles (type onetokentworate added)
New Commands
configure bridge port in-qos-prof-name
configure bridge port max-up-qos-policy
configure bridge port max-ip-antispoof
configure system loop-id-syntax

Command delta R4.2.02 versus R4.2
Modified Commands
configure igmp (Multicast channel selection by vlan-id)
configure igmp system(Multicast channel selection by vlan-id)
configure shdsl span(CTC support with SHDSL proxy)
configure system syslog(DomLead Ral Transport (GPON))
show igmp grp-to-package(Multicast channel selection by vlan-id)
show igmp module-mcast-channel(Multicast channel selection by
vlan-id)
configure linetest cluster ltparm(ISAM-V H248 CLI enhancement)
configure linetest cluster ltsession(ISAM-V H248 CLI enhancement)
configure linetest single ltparm(ISAM-V H248 CLI enhancement)
configure linetest single ltsession(ISAM-V H248 CLI enhancement)
show linetest cluster lineid-ext-rept(Config externalCDEparameter)
show linetest single lineid-ext-rept(Config externalCDEparameter)
configure cfm domain association(Jitter, Latency, RT performance
report- CFM)
configure cfm domain association mep(Jitter, Latency, RT
performance report- CFM)
show cfm stack(Jitter, Latency, RT performance report- CFM)
configure equipment ont interface(OMCIv2)
configure xdsl ont line(OMCIv2)
configure equipment ont slot(OLT/OMCI/ONT support for TR-69)
configure xdsl ont service (minor problem solving)
show arp-relay-stats vlan(minor problem solving)

8

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New Commands
show ipv6 users(IPv6 on FD)
configure mcast chn (Multicast channel selection by vlan-id)
configure mcast monitor (Multicast channel selection by vlan-id)
admin igmp mcast-chn(Multicast channel selection by vlan-id)
show xdsl-bonding operational-data link(Transport B-Fast)
configure xdsl ont dpbo-profile(MDU : VDSL enhancements)
configure xdsl ont dpbo-profile micpsd-pt-down(MDU : VDSL
enhancements)
configure xdsl ont dpbo-profile epsd-pt-down(MDU : VDSL
enhancements)
configure xdsl ont interface dpbo-profile(MDU : VDSL
enhancements)
configure veip(OLT/OMCI/ONT support for TR-69)
configure veip ont domain-name(OLT/OMCI/ONT support for
TR-69)
configure veip port pm-collect(OLT/OMCI/ONT support for TR-69)
admin voice ont voip-config (OMCIv2)
configure equipment ont interface fec-tc-layer (OMCIv2)
configure iphost (OMCIv2)
configure iphost ont (OMCIv2)
configure iphost ont performance-monitor (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont auth-sec-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont feat-acccode-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont mgc-config (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont nwdial-plan-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont ring-seg-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont ring-seq-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont ringing-profile (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont rtp-profile (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont sec-uri-profile (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont sip-config (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-seg-profile (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-seq-profile (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont uri-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont voice-serv-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont voice-sip-port (OMCIv2)

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9

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configure voice ont voip-app-service (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont voip-config (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont voip-media-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont mgc-agent (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont pots-call (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont pots-rtp (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont sip-agent (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont sip-call (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof busy-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof callwait1-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof callwait2-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof callwait3-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof callwait4-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof confirm-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof congest-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof dead-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof dial-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof intrusion-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof msg-wait-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof release-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof reorder-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof ringback-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof roh-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof special-dial-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof special-info-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof stutter-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof userdef1-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof userdef2-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof userdef3-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont tone-event-prof userdef4-tone (OMCIv2)
configure voice ont voice-port custinfo (OMCIv2)
show equipment ont fec-tc-layer (OMCIv2)
show equipment ont fec-tc-layer ont-side (OMCIv2)
show equipment ont fec-tc-layer ont-side current-interval (OMCIv2)
show iphost (OMCIv2)

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show iphost ont (OMCIv2)
show iphost ont operational-data (OMCIv2)
show iphost ont statistics (OMCIv2)
show iphost ont statistics current-15min (OMCIv2)
show iphost ont statistics prev-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont mgc-agent (OMCIv2)
show voice ont mgc-agent statistics (OMCIv2)
show voice ont mgc-agent statistics current-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont mgc-agent statistics previous-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots operational-data (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-call (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-call statistics (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-call statistics current-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-call statistics prev-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-rtp (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-rtp statistics (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-rtp statistics current-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont pots-rtp statistics prev-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-agent (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-agent statistics (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-agent statistics current-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-agent statistics prev-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-call (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-call statistics (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-call statistics current-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-call statistics prev-15min (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-config (OMCIv2)
show voice ont sip-config operational-data (OMCIv2)
show voice ont voip-config (OMCIv2)
show voice ont voip-config operational-data (OMCIv2)

Command delta R4.2 versus R4.0.10
Modified Commands
admin equipment slot(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
admin shdsl-seg unit-id(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
admin system cpu-load(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
configure alarm entry(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)

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configure debug-trace protocol-trace(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
configure equipment slot(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
configure ethernet line(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure igmp channel(GPON support)
configure interface port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos profiles l2-filter(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
configure qos profiles policer(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos profiles queue(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos tc-map-dot1p(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos tca queue(GPON support)
configure shdsl segment unit-id(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
configure shdsl span(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
configure shdsl unit unit-id(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
configure system max-lt-link-speed(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
configure system security profile(Lawful Intercept)
configure system security domain(Full CLI support)
configure system security default-profile(Lawful Intercept)
configure system security snmp group security-level(Lawful
Intercept)
configure system security snmp map-user-group(Lawful Intercept)
configure system sync-if-timing(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
configure system sync-if-timing ssm(minor problem solving)
configure system sync-if-timing synce(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
configure system syslog route msg-type(Lawful Intercept)
configure trap manager(Reliable Trap management)
configure trap definition(Reliable Trap management)
configure vlan id(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with DHCPv6 on FD)
configure vlan port-protocol(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with DHCPv6
on FD)
configure voice sip termination(ISAM-V)
configure voice sip lineid-syn-prof(ISAM-V)
configure voice sip vsp(ISAM-V)
configure xdsl overrule-data(standard ARQ for ADSL2(+)and
VDSL2)
configure xdsl service-profile(SRA for VDSL2)
configure xdsl line(standard ARQ for ADSL2(+)and VDSL2)
configure xdsl line tca-line-threshold(standard ARQ for

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ADSL2(+)and VDSL2)
configure xdsl-bonding group-profile(8p PTM VDSL2 bonding on
FD)
show equipment slot(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
show equipment temperature(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
show interface port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show interface stack(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show interface test(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show qos interface-bandwidth(GPON support)
show qos statistics queue current-15min(GPON support)
show qos statistics queue prev-15min(GPON support)
show shdsl inventory(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
show shdsl segment-counters current-15min(SHDSL evolution on
NSLT-b)
show shdsl segment-counters current-1day(SHDSL evolution on
NSLT-b)
show shdsl segment-counters previous-15min(SHDSL evolution on
NSLT-b)
show shdsl segment-counters previous-1day(SHDSL evolution on
NSLT-b)
show shdsl segment-status(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
show shdsl unit-status(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b)
show system cpu-load(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
show system license(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
show system memory-usage(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
show trouble-shooting statistics interface(PT Counters)
show vlan residential-bridge extensive(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
show vlan residential-bridge summary(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
show voice sip statistics call(ISAM-V)
New Commands
admin ces(Full CLI support)
admin ces ont(Full CLI support)
admin ces ont line(Full CLI support)
admin dhcp-relay v6-port-stats(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
admin equipment ont(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont data-store(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont interface(Full CLI support)

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admin equipment ont slot(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont sw-ctrl(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont sw-version(Full CLI support)
admin ont-xdsl-line(Full CLI support)
admin pon(Full CLI support)
admin pon ber-stats(Full CLI support)
admin voice(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots diagnostics mode(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots pb-dial-tone slow-pull-timer(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots sip-dial-tone sip-phone-number(Full CLI
support)
configure ani(Full CLI support)
configure ani ont(Full CLI support)
configure ani ont tca-thresh(Full CLI support)
configure ani ont video(Full CLI support)
configure ces(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont profile(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont service service-nbr(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont line mode(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont line port pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont service service-nbr tc-layer(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont service service-nbr pseudo-wire(Full CLI support)
configure dhcp-relay v6-port-stats(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
configure equipment ont(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont interface(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont slot(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont sw-ctrl(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont interface tc-layer-threshold(Full CLI
support)
configure ethernet line mau(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure ethernet ont cust-info(Full CLI support)
configure ethernet ont port pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure l2uni(Full CLI support)
configure l2uni ont(Full CLI support)

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configure l2uni ont performance-monitor(Full CLI support)
configure l2uni ont tc-layer-threshold dropped-frames-up(Full CLI
support)
configure linetest(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltline(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltparm(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltsession(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure linetest single(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest single ltline lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure linetest single ltparm tst-type(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure linetest single ltsession session-cmd(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure link-agg(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg general priority(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg group load-sharing-policy(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
configure link-agg group port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg port passive-lacp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure mcast static(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure mcast static branch(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure ntp(Full CLI support)
configure ntp ont(Full CLI support)
configure pon (Full CLI support)
configure pon power-shed-prof(Full CLI support)
configure pon interface label(Full CLI support)
configure pon interface tc-layer pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure pon interface tc-layer-threshold(Full CLI support)
configure system pon-ont slid-mode(Full CLI support)
configure system security li separate(Full CLI support)
configure uni(Full CLI support)
configure uni ont(Full CLI support)
configure uni ont tc-layer pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure uni ont video pwr-override(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont service(Full CLI support)

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configure voice ont pots custinfo(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont tc-layer pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl rtx-profile rtx-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont service-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont line service-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile vdsl vdsl-band-plan(Full CLI
support)
configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile vdsl2 max-agpowlev-down(Full
CLI support)
configure xstp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp general enable-stp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp instance associate-vlan(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
configure xstp port priority(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp port-instance instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
mrinfo(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
mstat(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
mtrace(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm current ihub-ipv6(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm current pim(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm current sip-user-agent(minor problem solving)
show alarm log ihub-ipv6(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm log pim(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm log sip-user-agent(minor problem solving)
show alarm snap-shot ihub-ipv6(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm snap-shot pim(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm snap-shot sip-user-agent(minor problem solving)
show ani(Full CLI support)
show ani ont(Full CLI support)
show ani ont operational-data(Full CLI support)
show ani ont video(Full CLI support)
show ani ont video-stats(Full CLI support)
show ces(Full CLI support)
show ces ont(Full CLI support)

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show ces ont line(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line port(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line port current-interval(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line port previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI
support)
show ces ont service(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service operational-data(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service pseudo-wire(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service pseudo-wire current-interval(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service pseudo-wire previous-interval interval-nbr(Full
CLI support)
show ces ont service tc-layer(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service tc-layer olt-side(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service tc-layer olt-side current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show ces ont service tc-layer olt-side previous-interval
interval-nbr(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service tc-layer ont-side(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show ces ont service tc-layer ont-side previous-interval
interval-nbr(Full CLI support)
show dhcp-relay v6-port-stats(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
show dhcp-relay v6-port-stats vlan(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
show dhcp-relay v6-port-stats vlan v6extensive(IPv6 Protocol Aware
CC with DHCPv6 on FD)
show dhcp-relay v6-port-stats vlan v6summary(IPv6 Protocol Aware
CC with DHCPv6 on FD)
show equipment ont(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont data-store(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont interface(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont operational-data(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont optics(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont optics-history(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont pwr-shed(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont slot(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont sw-ctrl(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont sw-download(Full CLI support)

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show equipment ont sw-version(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer olt-side(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer olt-side current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show equipment ont tc-layer olt-side previous-interval(Full CLI
support)
show equipment ont tc-layer olt-side-on-demand(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer olt-side-on-demand current-interval(Full
CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer olt-side-on-demand
previous-interval(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer ont-side(Full CLI support)
show equipment ont tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show equipment ont tc-layer ont-side previous-interval
interval-num(Full CLI support)
show ethernet ont(Full CLI support)
show ethernet ont operational-data(Full CLI support)
show ethernet ont port(Full CLI support)
show ethernet ont port current-interval(Full CLI support)
show ethernet ont port previous-interval interval-num(Full CLI
support)
show ethernet statistics(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show ethernet statistics line(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show l2uni(Full CLI support)
show l2uni ont(Full CLI support)
show l2uni ont performance-data(Full CLI support)
show l2uni ont performance-data current-interval(Full CLI support)
show l2uni ont performance-data previous-interval interval-nbr(Full
CLI support)
show linetest(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest cluster(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest cluster avail-sess(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest cluster lineid-ext-rept lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
show linetest cluster ltline lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest cluster ltsession(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest single(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest single avail-sess(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)

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show linetest single lineid-ext-rept lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
show linetest single ltline lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show linetest single ltsession(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
show link-agg(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show link-agg group-info(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show link-agg member-port port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show link-agg port-info(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show pon(Full CLI support)
show pon ber-stats ont-num(Full CLI support)
show pon interface(Full CLI support)
show pon interface tc-layer(Full CLI support)
show pon interface tc-layer current-interval(Full CLI support)
show pon interface tc-layer previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI
support)
show pon optics(Full CLI support)
show pon sfp-inventory(Full CLI support)
show pon sw-download(Full CLI support)
show pppoel2-stats(Porting FTTU)
show pppoel2-stats vlan(Porting FTTU)
show pppoel2-stats vlan extensive(Porting FTTU)
show pppoel2-stats vlan summary(Porting FTTU)
show qos pcc-rules fwd-port(Full CLI support)
show trouble-shooting pon(PT Counters)
show trouble-shooting pon statistics(PT Counters)
show trouble-shooting pon statistics interface(PT Counters)
show uni(Full CLI support)
show uni ont(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer olt-side(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer olt-side current-interval(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer olt-side previous-interval(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer ont-side(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI support)
show uni ont tc-layer ont-side previous-interval(Full CLI support)
show voice ont(Full CLI support)
show voice ont call-hist call-hist-num(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots(Full CLI support)

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show voice ont pots diagnostics(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots pb-dial-tone(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots sip-dial-tone(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer olt-side(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer olt-side current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer olt-side previous-interval
interval-nbr(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer ont-side(Full CLI support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show voice ont pots tc-layer ont-side previous-interval
interval-nbr(Full CLI support)
show voice ont service(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont carrier-data(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont carrier-data far-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont carrier-data near-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end channel(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end channel current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end channel previous-interval
interval-no(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end line(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end line current-interval(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters far-end line previous-interval interval-no(Full
CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end channel(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end channel current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end channel previous-interval
interval-no(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end line(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end line current-interval(Full CLI
support)
show xdsl ont counters near-end line previous-interval
interval-no(Full CLI support)

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show xdsl ont cpe-tuc-inventory(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont cpe-tur-inventory(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont failure-status(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont failure-status far-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont failure-status near-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data far-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data far-end channel(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data far-end line(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data near-end(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data near-end channel(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont operational-data near-end line(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont profiles(Full CLI support)
show xdsl ont xdsl-int(Full CLI support)
show xstp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show xstp bridge(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show xstp instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show xstp port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show xstp port-instance instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
Removed Commands
configure mcast src(Fixed multicast VLAN per IGMP channel)
configure mcast src packagemember(Fixed multicast VLAN per
IGMP channel)
show bridge port-to-atm-pvc(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)

Command delta R4.2 versus R4.1.02
Modified Commands
admin arp-relay-stats(GPON support)
admin bridge learned-unicast-mac unicast-mac-address(GPON
support)
admin dhcp-relay port-stats(GPON support)
admin equipment slot(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
admin igmp channel(GPON support)
admin security ext-authenticator(GPON support)
admin system cpu-load(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
admin trouble-shooting interface(GPON support)
configure alarm entry(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)

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configure arp-relay statistics(GPON support)
configure bridge port(GPON support)
configure debug-trace protocol-trace(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
configure dhcp-relay port-stats(GPON support)
configure equipment slot(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
configure ethernet line(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure igmp channel(GPON support)
configure igmp system(GPON support)
configure interface port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure pppox-relay cross-connect client-port(GPON support)
configure qos dsl-port(GPON support)
configure qos interface(GPON support)
configure qos interface queue(GPON support)
configure qos profiles cac(GPON support)
configure qos profiles l2-filter(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
configure qos profiles policer(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos profiles queue(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos profiles shaper(GPON support)
configure qos shdsl-port(GPON support)
configure qos tc-map-dot1p(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure qos tca queue(GPON support)
configure system(Full CLI support)
configure system loop-id-syntax(GPON support)
configure system max-lt-link-speed(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
configure system security profile(Lawful Intercept)
configure system security domain(Full CLI support)
configure system security default-profile(Lawful Intercept)
configure system security pae authenticator(GPON support)
configure system security pae ext-authenticator(GPON support)
configure system security pae port(GPON support)
configure system security radius(GPON support)
configure system security snmp group security-level(Lawful
Intercept)
configure system security snmp map-user-group(Lawful Intercept)
configure system security ssh access(GPON support)
configure system sync-if-timing ssm(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)

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configure system sync-if-timing synce(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
configure system syslog destination(GPON support)
configure system syslog route(GPON support)
configure trap manager(GPON support)
configure trap definition(GPON support)
configure trouble-shooting statistics interface(GPON support)
configure vlan id(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with DHCPv6 on FD)
configure vlan port-protocol protocol-group(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC
with DHCPv6 on FD)
configure vlan unicast-mac vlan-id(GPON support)
configure vlan vlan-port unicast-mac(GPON support)
configure vlan pbit-statistics port min-dot1p(GPON support)
configure voice sip termination(ISAM-V)
configure voice sip lineid-syn-prof(ISAM-V)
configure voice sip vsp(ISAM-V)
configure xdsl overrule-data(standard ARQ for ADSL2(+)and
VDSL2)
configure xdsl service-profile(SRA for VDSL2)
configure xdsl line(standard ARQ for ADSL2(+)and VDSL2)
configure xdsl line tca-line-threshold(standard ARQ for
ADSL2(+)and VDSL2)
configure xdsl-bonding group-profile(8p PTM VDSL2 bonding on
FD)
show arp-relay-stats(GPON support)
show config-data-port igmp(GPON support)
show config-data-port qos scheduler-profile(GPON support)
show dhcp-relay port-stats(GPON support)
show dhcp-relay session(GPON support)
show equipment slot(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
show equipment temperature(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
show igmp channel counter(GPON support)
show igmp channel miscellaneous(GPON support)
show igmp channel protocol(GPON support)
show interface stack(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show interface port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show interface stack(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show interface test(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
show mcast active-groups(GPON support)

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show mcast grp-membership(GPON support)
show oper-data-port igmp(GPON support)
show pppox-relay cross-connect monitor-statistics client-port(GPON
support)
show pppox-relay cross-connect session client-port(GPON support)
show pppox-relay cross-connect statistics client-port(GPON support)
show qos statistics buffer-overflow current-1day(NRNT-A;
mini-ISAM NT)
show qos statistics queue current-15min(GPON support)
show qos statistics queue prev-15min(GPON support)
show security pae authenticator(GPON support)
show security pae diagnostics(GPON support)
show security pae eapol-stats(GPON support)
show security pae port-details(GPON support)
show security pae session-stats(GPON support)
show system cpu-load(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
show system license(NANT-E CLI/TL1 Adaptation)
show system memory-usage(NRNT-A; mini-ISAM NT)
show trouble-shooting statistics interface(GPON support)
show vlan bridge-port-fdb(GPON support)
show vlan cross-connect(GPON support)
show vlan current-15min-stats(GPON support)
show vlan current-day-stats(GPON support)
show vlan dup-mac-alarm(GPON support)
show vlan pbit-statistics port(GPON support)
show vlan port-15min-stats(GPON support)
show vlan port-curr-15min-stats(GPON support)
show vlan port-curr-day-stats(GPON support)
show vlan port-event(GPON support)
show vlan port-prev-day-stats(GPON support)
show vlan previous-15min-stats(GPON support)
show vlan residential-bridge extensive(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
show vlan residential-bridge summary(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
show vlan vlan-day-stats(GPON support)
show vlan vmac-bridge-port-fdb(GPON support)
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show xdsl oper-data-port igmp(GPON support)
New Commands
admin ces(Full CLI support)
admin ces ont(Full CLI support)
admin ces ont line(Full CLI support)
admin dhcp-relay v6-port-stats(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
DHCPv6 on FD)
admin equipment ont(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont data-store(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont interface(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont slot(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont sw-ctrl(Full CLI support)
admin equipment ont sw-version(Full CLI support)
admin ont-xdsl-line loop-diagnostic(Full CLI support)
admin pon(Full CLI support)
admin pon ber-stats(Full CLI support)
admin voice(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots diagnostics mode(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots pb-dial-tone slow-pull-timer(Full CLI support)
admin voice ont pots sip-dial-tone sip-phone-number(Full CLI
support)
configure ani(Full CLI support)
configure ani ont(Full CLI support)
configure ani ont tca-thresh tca-thresh lower-optical-th(Full CLI
support)
configure ani ont video(Full CLI support)
configure ces(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont profile(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont service(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont line mode(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont line port pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure ces ont service service-nbr(Full CLI support)
configure dhcp-relay v6-port-stats(IPv6 Protocol Aware CC with
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configure equipment ont(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont interface(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont interface tc-layer-threshold(Full CLI
support)
configure equipment ont slot(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont sw-ctrl(Full CLI support)
configure equipment ont interface tc-layer(Full CLI support)
configure ethernet line mau(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure ethernet ont cust-info(Full CLI support)
configure ethernet ont port pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure l2uni(Full CLI support)
configure l2uni ont(Full CLI support)
configure l2uni ont performance-monitor pm-collect(Full CLI
support)
configure l2uni ont tc-layer-threshold dropped-frames-up(Full CLI
support)
configure linetest(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltparm(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltline(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltparm(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest cluster ltsession(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure linetest single(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest single ltline(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements)
configure linetest single ltparm tst-type(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure linetest single ltsession session-cmd(ISAM-V H248 : CLI
enhancements)
configure link-agg(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg general priority(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg group load-sharing-policy max-active-port(FD 36p
Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg group port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure link-agg port passive-lacp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure mcast monitor(GPON support)
configure mcast monitor src(GPON support)
configure mcast static(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure mcast static branch(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))

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configure ntp(Full CLI support)
configure ntp ont(Full CLI support)
configure pon(Full CLI support)
configure pon power-shed-prof(Full CLI support)
configure pon interface label(Full CLI support)
configure pon interface tc-layer pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure pon interface tc-layer-threshold(Full CLI support)
configure qos interface upstream-queue(GPON support)
configure qos profiles bandwidth(GPON support)
configure qos profiles ingress-qos(GPON support)
configure qos profiles scheduler-node(GPON support)
configure system pon-ont slid-mode(Full CLI support)
configure system security li separate(Lawful Intercept)
configure uni(Full CLI support)
configure uni ont(Full CLI support)
configure uni ont tc-layer(Full CLI support)
configure uni ont video pwr-override(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont service(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont pots custinfo(Full CLI support)
configure voice ont tc-layer pm-collect(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl rtx-profile rtx-profile(standard ARQ for ADSL2(+)and
VDSL2)
configure xdsl ont(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont service-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont line service-profile(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile vdsl(Full CLI support)
configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile vdsl2(Full CLI support)
configure xstp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp general enable-stp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp instance associate-vlan(FD 36p Ethernet LT
(NELT-B))
configure xstp port priority(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
configure xstp port-instance instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B))
mrinfo(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
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mtrace(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm current eqpt-supplemental(GPON support)
show alarm current ihub-ipv6(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm current mcsrc(GPON support)
show alarm current pim(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm current sip-user-agent(minor problem solving)
show alarm current vlanport(GPON support)
show alarm log eqpt-supplemental(GPON support)
show alarm log ihub-ipv6(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm log mcsrc(GPON support)
show alarm log pim(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm log sip-user-agent(minor problem solving)
show alarm log vlanport(GPON support)
show alarm snap-shot eqpt-supplemental(GPON support)
show alarm snap-shot ihub-ipv6(IPv6 on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm snap-shot mcsrc(GPON support)
show alarm snap-shot pim(PIM-SSM on HC-L3 NT)
show alarm snap-shot sip-user-agent(minor problem solving)
show alarm snap-shot vlanport(GPON support)
show ani(Full CLI support)
show ani ont(Full CLI support)
show ani ont operational-data(Full CLI support)
show ani ont video(Full CLI support)
show ani ont video-stats(Full CLI support)
show ces(Full CLI support)
show ces ont(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line port(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line port current-interval(Full CLI support)
show ces ont line port previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI
support)
show ces ont service(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service operational-data(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service pseudo-wire(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service pseudo-wire current-interval(Full CLI support)
show ces ont service pseudo-wire previous-interval interval-nbr(Full
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1 ISAM CLI show equipment ont tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI support) show equipment ont tc-layer ont-side previous-interval(Full CLI support) show ethernet ont(Full CLI support) show ethernet ont operational-data(Full CLI support) show ethernet ont port(Full CLI support) show ethernet ont port current-interval(Full CLI support) show ethernet ont port previous-interval interval-num(Full CLI support) show ethernet statistics(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show ethernet statistics line(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show l2uni(Full CLI support) show l2uni ont(Full CLI support) show l2uni ont performance-data(Full CLI support) show l2uni ont performance-data current-interval(Full CLI support) show l2uni ont performance-data previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI support) show linetest(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest cluster(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest cluster avail-sess(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest cluster lineid-ext-rept lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest cluster ltline lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest cluster ltsession(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest single(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest single avail-sess(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest single lineid-ext-rept lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest single ltline lineid(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show linetest single ltsession(ISAM-V H248 : CLI enhancements) show link-agg(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show link-agg group-info(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show link-agg member-port port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show link-agg port-info(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show pon(Full CLI support) show pon ber-stats ont-num(Full CLI support) show pon interface(Full CLI support) show pon interface tc-layer(Full CLI support) 30 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

1 ISAM CLI show pon interface tc-layer current-interval(Full CLI support) show pon interface tc-layer previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI support) show pon optics(Full CLI support) show pon sfp-inventory(Full CLI support) show pon sw-download(Full CLI support) show pppoel2-stats(Porting FTTU) show pppoel2-stats vlan(Porting FTTU) show pppoel2-stats vlan extensive(Porting FTTU) show pppoel2-stats vlan summary(Porting FTTU) show qos interface-bandwidth(GPON support) show qos pcc-rules fwd-port rule(Full CLI support) show qos profile-usage bandwidth(GPON support) show qos profile-usage ingress-qos(GPON support) show qos profile-usage scheduler-node(GPON support) show qos statistics lt-queue(GPON support) show qos statistics lt-queue current-15min(GPON support) show qos statistics lt-queue prev-15min(GPON support) show qos tc-to-qmap(GPON support) show trouble-shooting pon(PT Counters) show trouble-shooting pon statistics(PT Counters) show trouble-shooting pon statistics interface(PT Counters) show uni(Full CLI support) show uni ont(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer olt-side(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer olt-side current-interval(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer olt-side previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer ont-side(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI support) show uni ont tc-layer ont-side previous-interval(Full CLI support) show vlan fdb-board vlan-id(GPON support) show voice ont(Full CLI support) show voice ont call-hist call-hist-num(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots diagnostics(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots pb-dial-tone(Full CLI support) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 31 .

1 ISAM CLI show voice ont pots sip-dial-tone(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer olt-side(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer olt-side current-interval(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer olt-side previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer ont-side(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer ont-side current-interval(Full CLI support) show voice ont pots tc-layer ont-side previous-interval interval-nbr(Full CLI support) show voice ont service(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont carrier-data(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont carrier-data far-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont carrier-data near-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end channel(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end channel current-interval(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end channel previous-interval interval-no(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end line(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end line current-interval(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters far-end line previous-interval interval-no(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end channel(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end channel current-interval(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end channel previous-interval interval-no(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end line(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end line current-interval(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont counters near-end line previous-interval interval-no(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont cpe-tuc-inventory(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont cpe-tur-inventory(Full CLI support) 32 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

1 Modified Commands admin shdsl-seg unit-id(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) configure alarm entry(ADSLx/VDSL TPS-TC) configure shdsl segment unit-id(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) configure shdsl span(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) configure shdsl unit unit-id(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) configure system sync-if-timing(Sync Ethernet feature) configure system sync-if-timing ssm(Sync Ethernet feature) configure trap manager(Sync Ethernet feature) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 33 .02 versus R4.1.1 ISAM CLI show xdsl ont failure-status(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont failure-status far-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont failure-status near-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data far-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data far-end channel(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data far-end line(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data near-end(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data near-end channel(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont operational-data near-end line(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont profiles(Full CLI support) show xdsl ont xdsl-int(Full CLI support) show xstp(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show xstp bridge(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show xstp instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show xstp port(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) show xstp port-instance(FD 36p Ethernet LT (NELT-B)) Removed Commands configure mcast src(Fixed multicast VLAN per IGMP channel) configure mcast src packagemember(Fixed multicast VLAN per IGMP channel) configure qos profiles scheduler(GPON support) show qos profile-usage scheduler(GPON support) show vlan fdb mac((GPON support) show bridge port-to-atm-pvc(ISAM-V H248:CLI enhancements) Command delta R4.

1 ISAM CLI show shdsl inventory(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show shdsl segment-counters current-15min(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show shdsl segment-counters current-1day(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show shdsl segment-counters previous-15min(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show shdsl segment-counters previous-1day(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show shdsl segment-status(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show shdsl unit-status(SHDSL evolution on NSLT-b) show system license(redundancy feature) Command delta R4.1 versus R4.02 Modified Commands admin bridge learned-unicast-mac(VLAN translation feature) admin system cpu-load(ISAM-V.0.SIP POTS statistics feature) configure alarm entry(new alarms MPLS.SIP POTS statistics feature) configure equipment applique(NCFC-F sync ethernet feature) configure equipment external-link-assign(problem solving) configure igmp channel(IGMP forking application feature) configure igmp system(IGMP forking application feature) configure l2cp session(MPLS feature) configure qos dsl-port queue(8 queue support on IFX feature) configure qos interface queue(8 queue support on IFX feature) configure qos profiles queue(8 queue support on IFX feature) configure qos shdsl-port queue(8 queue support on IFX feature) configure qos tc-map-dot1p(8 queue support on IFX feature) configure system(Management port on FD-REM) configure system security ssh access(mgmt security feature) configure system sync-if-timing ssm(Synchronous Ethernet) configure system sync-if-timing synce(Synchronous Ethernet) configure vlan id(vMac in DHCP Option61 feature) configure voice sip vsp(minor problem solving) configure xdsl spectrum-profile adsl-adsl2(annex-j masks ADLU-32/ADLU-48 feature) configure xdsl spectrum-profile adsl2-plus(annex-j masks ADLU-32/ADLU-48 feature) configure xdsl spectrum-profile vdsl(typeB and proxyversion) 34 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

SIP POTS statistics feature) show system memory-usage(ISAM-V.SIP POTS statistics feature) monitor service(MPLS feature) show qos profile-usage shaper(8 queue support on IFX feature) show vlan residential-bridge summary(VLAN translation feature) show vlan residential-bridge extensive(VLAN translation feature) show voice sip statistics(ISAM-V.SIP POTS statistics feature) show alarm current epipe(MPLS feature) show alarm current ldp(MPLS feature) show alarm current mpls(MPLS feature) show alarm current sdp(MPLS feature) show alarm log epipe(MPLS feature) show alarm log ldp(MPLS feature) show alarm log mpls(MPLS feature) show alarm log sdp(MPLS feature) show alarm snap-shot epipe(MPLS feature) show alarm snap-shot ldp(MPLS feature) show alarm snap-shot mpls(MPLS feature) show alarm snap-shot sdp(MPLS feature) Removed Commands show bridge port(VLAN translation feature) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 35 .1 ISAM CLI show equipment external-link-host(minor problem solving) show equipment temperature(minor problem solving) show l2cp partition(improvement) show system cpu-load(ISAM-V.SIP POTS statistics feature) show vlan corss-connect(VLAN translation feature) show vlan fdb(VLAN translation feature) show system license(SHDSL Evolution on NSLT-B) New Commands admin system security kill-debug(mgmt security feature) configure qos profiles shaper(8 queue support on IFX feature) configure service epipe(MPLS feature) configure service sdp(MPLS feature) configure system security peripheral-mgnt(Management port on FD-REM) configure vlan vlan-port(VLAN translation feature) configure voice sip termination tca(ISAM-V.

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The CLI can be used to configure and manage ISAM equipment. configuration. User Profile The guide is intended for operating personnel (sometimes called craft persons).1 ISAM CLI 1. The CLI Structure The ISAM CLI is a command-driven interface accessible via telnet or via the craft terminal.2 Preface Scope This user guide describes the Command Line Interface (CLI) commands supported by the Alcatel-Lucent 7302 ISAM and 7330 ISAM FTTN. These commands are used for installation. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 37 . management and troubleshooting.

Global commands (such as the logout command) can be entered in any context and have the same effect in each context. showing the configuration) is the same but the implementation or the generated output is different. Some commands are also implicit. Options and Parameters Commands can have options and parameters. and compared to the description of ISAM CLI in the subsections of this chapter. Options must be given at the end of the command preceeding the filter and printer specifications. Options are special parameters that are context insensitive.g. The available commands are discussed in a separate chapter. For example. Access Rights Not every operator can execute every command. It is possible that an operator can execute a given command in one context and not in another. Different look and feel for IHUB CLI commands A multi-core system exists of two cli parsers. when you enter only the node name configure system security snmp community fden. Environmental commands (such as the info command) can only be entered in some contexts (for example. nt-a:sfp:1) no command completion for parameter alternatives command completion can cease to work when entering a range 38 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . depending on the cli parser which is handling the command. This can result in a different behavior and sometimes a different look and feel. Access to commands is granted via the operator profile.1 ISAM CLI 1.3 CLI Commands Command Types The commands of the CLI language can be divided into two groups: global and environmental commands. The purpose of the command (for example. compared to the cli commands listed in this document. This section lists the most important differences in "behavior / look and feel" for the cli commands listed in the different IHUB CLI guides. For example. Command Completion: command can complete with a root command iso the IHUB command if the characters before the completion are similar to the characters of the root command no command completion for combined types (e. the info command cannot be used in the show node) and have a different effect in each context. you run an implicit command that changes your context to the specified node and that creates this node if it did not previously exist. you can enter the option detail after info in any context.

are executed without displaying the different individual commands Prompt: dynamic resource-id is not displayed in the prompt Online Help: global command <help> not supported for IHUB commands : use <?> or <TAB> online help not scaled down (not restrictive) depending the installed equipment practice no online help for combined types General: global command <back> returns to the context from which the current level was entered keystroke <insert> not supported Info Command: info command must be executed from within a node. for which the parent node has both: IACM and IHUB children nodes Tree Command: When a tree command is executed in a node who has both :IACM and IHUB subnodes. The command may or may not change the current context. depending on whether or not it is a leaf command IACM command execution after executing "exit" : IACM command execution can cease to work when the command was entered after executing the "exit" command from within an IHUB context.1 ISAM CLI Ranges: a range allows only decimal numeric values command execution with numerical ranges will fail when a context change occured commands which contain a valid range syntax (no context change). the indentation in the tree structure gets lost for the IHUB related subnodes 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 39 . it cannot take an argument the output format option "xml" is not applicable. only a textual (=hierarchical) output is supported Show Command: the output is tailored depending on the provided parameters Absolute path: Cli commands can be executed in any context by specifying the full path from the CLI root.

further abbreviated to "command tree" is a structure of nested command nodes from which CLI commands can be derived. 40 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The ability to create nodes is limited by the access rights of the user. The operator can configure its prompt in such a way that it shows if the operator navigated to an existing or a new node. Node Creation A dynamic node is a sub-node of the configure node that corresponds to a configurable resource that an operator can create. The resource identifiers behave like parameters. A CLI command can be derived from a command tree starting from the root node. configure system security snmp no community public deletes the specified node and all its subnodes. but a command with the same meaning and impact can also be derived from a lower level node or subnode. The following are examples of equivalent commands: • info configure system security snmp community public in any node. The ability to delete nodes is limited by the access rights of the operator. For example. Directly below the root node are important command nodes such as configure and show. For example. Resource attributes can be set to their default value by entering no followed by the name of the resource attribute. Node Deletion A dynamic node can be deleted by placing no in front of the node name. no password sets the value of the resource attribute named password to the default value (no password required). An operator can create a dynamic node by navigating to it. but identify a particular resource. For example. password plain:secret sets the value of the resource attribute named password to the plain text string secret.1 ISAM CLI 1. The system will automatically create the node. It is also possible that the system creates additional subnodes in other nodes. One such command node identifies a context.4 Nodes Node Definition A command definition tree. in the show node due to the creation of a new dynamic node in the configure node. A command node consists of a node name and zero or more resource identifiers. • info system security snmp community public in node configure • info security snmp community public in node configure system • info snmp community public in node configure system security • info community public in node configure system security snmp • info in node configure system security snmp community public The root node is the highest level. For example. public in configure system security snmp community public is an unnamed resource identifier of the node community. for example. Resource Attributes The value of resource attributes can be changed by entering the name of the resource attribute followed by the new value.

Parameter types consists of 1 to N fields with separators in between. The sequence in which the fields appear can differ in case one of the fields belongs to an enumeration type. Basic Types Basic types can be divided in two groups: fixed length basic types and variable length basic types. Parameter Types Parameter values belong to a parameter type. user-name. Parameters can be entered in any order. Most options and first resource identifiers are unnamed. Parameters can be named or unnamed.1 ISAM CLI 1. For example. The name of parameter types always starts with an uppercase character and can contain an optional domain name. Named parameters are entered as two tokens: a keyword and a value (for example. The domain name is separated from the parameter name by ::. Examples of variable length basic types are: • integers • printable strings (representing operator chosen names or descriptions) • SNMP object identifiers • binary strings The length of a variable length basic type is in most cases limited. public in the node name community public). password and local-file are also fields): • file: local-file • ftp: host-name @ user-name : password / local-file Parameter types are built by combining 1 to N basic types. Only the value token is entered for unnamed parameters (for example.5 Parameters Named and Unnamed Parameters Parameters are characterised by a name and a type. Each field belongs to a basic type. number of bytes for binary strings. Parameter types limit the parameter values to strings that the system can understand. and number of numbers in the object identfier for SNMP object identifiers. Only unnamed keys must be entered directly after the node name. The separator is in most cases a colon : or a slash /. Some commands (such as info) require only the keyword. if provided some possible values for the parameter type ExtendedFileName (the first field is an enumeration field with possible values file and ftp. Examples of fixed length basic types are: • ip-address • fixed-length printable strings • enumeration types (limited list of allowed strings) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 41 . host-name. password plain:secret). The definition of logical length depends on the basic type: number of characters for printable strings.

. The double quote " and backslash \ characters must be preceded by the escape character. Example of a decimal range: lt:1/1/[4. Command Repetition Values of parameters may contain decimal.. a space. A field value can contain multiple double quotes. a cross #. a carriage return. This can give strange effects if you are entering characters in the 'insert mode': the invalid characters will shift to the right and any newly entered character will be inserted in front of the faulty characters. Large integers can be abbreviated as follows: • decimal-number k which is equal to decimal-number *1000 (For example: 3k is equal to 3000) • decimal-number M which is equal to decimal-number *1000000 • decimal-number G which is equal to decimal-number *1000000000 Binary strings must be entered as: hex-byte : hex-byte :..17. info operator detail can be interpreted in two ways: list the configuration of the operator with the name detail or list the configuration of all operators in detail. Printable strings must be placed within double quotes if they contain special characters: double quote ". info operator "detail" lists the configuration of the operator with the name detail and info operator detail lists the configuration of all operators in detail.: hex-byte.end ] in which start and end are integers..1 ISAM CLI Basic Type Formatting Rules Integers can be entered in a decimal format. it is interpreted as a printable string. Example of a hexadecimal range: 42 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Object identifiers and ipv4-addresses must be entered as: decimal-number . a question mark ?.16] Hexadecimal ranges are entered as [ h: start. 3f:23:ff:b2 is a valid binary string. The values of all fields may be placed within double quotes. hex-byte is a number between 0 and 255 in hexadecimal format (all lowercase). decimal-number. For example.. Decimal ranges are entered as [ d: start.For example. The backslash \ is the escape character.end ] in which start and end are hexadecimal numbers. For example. hexadecimal or character ranges.. a backslash \.For example. it will position the cursor at the offending character and beep.. For example. start and end values may not contain uppercase characters and the number of characters of the first start value determines the number of characters to be entered for the following values in the range. These ranges indicate that the concerned command must be repeated a number of times with the different values as specified in the range..32... For example. decimal-number . 128.. Syntax Check The system verifies if each typed character is syntactically correct. The \ char is equivalent to char with the following exceptions: • \r : carriage-return • \t : tab • \n : new-line In some cases it is possible that a command is ambiguous.45 is a valid object identifier. "hallo world" is equivalent to hallo" "world or to "hallo"" ""world". In case the system detects a syntax error. otherwise it is interpreted as a keyword.. a tab. "1"/"1" is a valid shelf identifier. The ambiguity is solved by the parser in the following way: if the string contains quotes. but "1/1" is not a valid shelf identifier. it is recommended to work in the (default) overwrite mode. or a new line. A field separator can never be placed within double quotes. To avoid this strange effect.

62] will be replaced consecutively with the values 17. • The default range type is decimal..1 ISAM CLI 03:06:ff:[h:aa..3] is invalid. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 43 . • For the other commands. It will be used if the type is not explicitely mentioned with 'd:' . Also the start and end of the range must fall in the allowed range for the number. Example of a character range : operator[c:a. • Subranges can be separated with a comma.. For example: [d:17... • Command completion may refuse to work once a range is entered..13] must be entered instead. • Some commands can handle ranges directly. Obsolete and Replaced Parameters Parameters can become obsolete or parameters are substituted by new parameters. It even imposes that the range replaces completely the number. The command will then behave for the operator as a normal command. 18.f] Ranging is not supported for float values Ranges have following restrictions: • One command may only contain 1 range. Example: 1[2.. The command repetition can be stopped via an interrupt.11 CLI Backward Compatibility.. 60. 19.start + 1 times in which the specified range is each time replaced by a number out of the range.19. Commands that normally change the context. Special characters are not allowed. Repeating the command will be done internally. • Range commands in combination with help "?" character always show the complete list of available parameters and subnodes and do not suppress subnodes in case of the existing nodes. start and end value must belong to the same character class: digit.32. 61 and 62.bd] Character ranges are entered as [ c: start... The way the system handles a range depends on the command....60.. Each expanded command is shown to the operator. the system will execute the command end . 'h:' or 'c:'. 32. • Execution of command repetition will stop once an iteration in the range fails. don't do this in this case. Only text strings may contain all types of ranges. • Ranges between quotes are not expanded. lowercase or uppercase. See the definition and strategy in section 1.end ] in which start and end are characters.. [12. The system sometimes restricts which range type may be used: the system only allows a decimal range where a decimal number can be entered or a hexadecimal range where a hexadecimal number can be entered.

44 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Filters can be specified in case the command generates output. They are separated from the basic command with a pipe character |.6 Filters The language provides filters to manipulate the output of commands. The available filters are discussed in detail in a separate chapter.1 ISAM CLI 1. The user can specify a sequence of filters as in following example: info | match exact:1/1 | count lines.

Printers can be specified in case the command generates output. The user can specify maximum one printer as in following example: info | match exact:1/1 | more The default printer can be specified for the CLI session or the operator. The available printers are discussed in detail in a separate chapter. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 45 .7 Printers The language provides printers to allow the user to decide how the output must be printed on his terminal.1 ISAM CLI 1. They are separated from the basic command with a pipe character |.

For example: configure system security operator ? gives following output: <Sec::OperatorName> : the name of the operator [a-z0-9] (1<=x<=11) This has the following meaning: • Sec::OperatorName is the name of the parameter type. This gives an extensive explanation on the command. The user can also enter a question-mark ? at each position in the command. 46 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . regular nodes with +. the ASCII characters a till z and 0 till 9. • : indicates that the concerned object is an optional parameter. obsolete parameters and obsolete nodes with X.8 Getting help The user can get help in two ways. commands with • the name of the operator explains how the parameter will be interpreted by the system. He will then get a short explanation on what he can enter at this position in the command. Mandatory parameters are indicated with !. • [a-z0-9] indicates that the value may consist of the lower-case alfanumeric characters. This indicates that the user must enter a parameter value. • (1<=x<=11) indicates that the name must consist of at least 1 character and maximum 11 characters.1 ISAM CLI 1. The first is using the help command.

• • • %% : a % %c : # if the current node was an existing node or $ if it is newly created. . the prompt specified for the operator is taken and the prompt specified for the operator profile is taken if no prompt is specified for the operator. any other character is just added to the prompt as is. The prompt can be composed with following components : • %n : the name of the current operator.num is the maximum number of components (starting from the last) that are shown (default is all).each component will be separated from the next one with a >. The default prompt is "%s:%n%d%c " The system will add a > at the end of each empty prompt or each prompt that consists purely out of white-space 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 47 . • % num d : the current context. . for an operator or for an operator profile. • %! : the current history number. If no specific prompt is specified for the session.a > is also added in front of the first component. • %s : the current numbering scheme (typ|leg|pos).9 The CLI Prompt The prompt can be configured by the user. . The prompt can be specified for the session.1 ISAM CLI 1.

• control-u : delete all entered characters. • control-a : move the cursor to the beginning of the line. • arrow-down : get the next stored command (round-robin. 48 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . • control-n : get the next stored command (round-robin. • arrow-right : move the cursor one position to the right.the same effect as the tab. starts with the oldest stored command). unless they are placed between double quotes. • insert : toggle between insert and overwrite mode. • # : treat all following commands as comment. starts with the last stored command). • arrow-up : get the previous stored command (round-robin. • ? : trigger online-help. • control-l : clear screen. • control-p : get the previous stored command (round-robin. • control-k : delete all characters starting from the position of the cursor. • control-x : interrupt the current command or clear the current entered string on the craft terminal. For example: entering c followed by a tab in the root node will expand to configure.for keywords . Entering a tab triggers command completion. • control-w : delete one word before the cursor. • tab : trigger command completion. • control-c : interrupt the current command or clear the current entered string on a telnet or SSH terminal. Entering a space behind an entered string has . For example: entering configure system security operator admin pr followed by a tab will expand to configure system security operator admin pro because there is still an ambiguity here between prompt and profile. If there is no ambiguity. • space : terminate a token and trigger command completion.10 Entering CLI Commands Following key strokes are treated in a special way while entering commands: • arrow-left : move the cursor one position to the left. starts with the oldest stored command). For example: entering c followed by a space in the root node will expand to configure. unless it is placed between double quotes. unless it is placed between double quotes.1 ISAM CLI 1. • delete : delete the character under the cursor. starts with the last stored command). a space will be added behind the token. The system will try to expand the existing entered string until an ambiguity is found. • backspace : delete the character before the cursor and move the cursor one position to the left.

See chapter 'Phase out strategy obsolete commands and/or parameters'. in the scope of a major SW release. Backward Compatibility support for Configuration Commands parameters.A parameter becomes obsolete when the corresponding functionality is no longer supported by the system. Rather. This means that the command is still valid and can still be executed but it will never appear in the output of an info command. they can still be used without throwing errors. Strategy with respect to Configuration Commands When new features become available. new parameters may need to be added on to a command. New features often result in new commands or extension of existing commands. the command is not removed. in due time. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 49 . With each new Software Release. Backward Compatibility support for configuration commands.e. an obsolete command and/or parameter will actually be removed from the CLI Command Tree. In order to avoid that configuration scripts from previous software releases break. i. At the node level there are two ways: • Obsolete command . When existing commands are expanded. entering the parameter will have no effect and the parameter will never appear in the output of an info command.1 ISAM CLI 1. the command is not removed. • Obsolete parameter . moreover. In order to avoid that configuration scripts from previous software releases break. the command is defined as 'obsolete and replaced'. Configuration commands shall remain backwards compatible. In order to avoid that configuration scripts from previous software releases break. Configuration commands shall remain backwards compatible.11 CLI Backward Compatibility Strategy ISAM has provided a Command Line Interface since the beginning. the parameter is not removed.A command may get replaced by a new one. parameters become useless and will be obsolete. The objective of the strategy is that existing configuration scripts will not be broken.Exceptionally. Existing commands may need to be expanded or they may be replaced by anew command. executing the command will have no effect and the command will never appear in the output of an info command. commands and parameters will be affected. eventually. A command may become obsolete because either it is no longer useful or it needs to be replaced by a new command. Rather.A command becomes obsolete when the corresponding functionality is removed from the system. Notice that obsolete commands and parameters will not be maintained for new features. Old commands may become useless and will be obsolete. New commands can be defined that are an add-on to the existing set of commands. This may occur when the corresponding functionality is modified or expanded. existing parameters may need to be extended or parameters may be replaced by anew parameter. new features are added and as a consequence also the CLI commands need to evolve. A parameter becomes obsolete because either it is no longer useful or it needs to be replaced by a new parameter. A way to accomplish this is by allowing parameters of the command to evolve. Rather. • Obsolete and Replaced command .

the parameter is not removed. XML type of output is formalized. The information displayed may change as a result of new features. This may occur when the corresponding functionality is modified or extended. Formatting of the output may change over time. In exceptional cases the latter cannot be guaranteed. Writers of CLI scripts are encouraged to use the XML format. In order to avoid that configuration scripts from previous software releases break. The replacing parameter will appear in the output of an info command and supports the modified or extended functionality.1 ISAM CLI • Obsolete and Replaced parameter . 50 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . as this output is ignorant of any formatting.A parameter may get replaced by a new one. the parameter is defined as 'obsolete and replaced'. Strategy with respect to Show Commands The output of any show command is available in various formats. Rather. This means that the parameter is still valid and can still be executed but it will never appear in the output of an info command. The goal is to add new parameters to the existing display output without modifying the current parameters.

From this release onwards. The customer should determine the phase-out release. Phase Out Release This is the release in which the listed announced "impacted" commands are removed(obsolete command) or modified(obsolete parameter). Any OSS systems and/or scripts using CLI commands should be checked and updated if required. The obsolete commands and/or obsolete parameters are indicated in the command tree by the prefix X. Announcement Release The announcement release is the release in which we announce to the customer that a defined set of "impacted" cli commands will phase-out in the phase-out release. Customer Impact • • • • List of impacted commands(See chapter 'Command Phase Out Annoucement Release') should carefully be checked in the CLI Command Guide chapter Announcement Release.1 ISAM CLI 1. Once the command is phased-out. The phase-out release is the release succeeding 2 releases after the announcement release. The "impacted" cli commands are the commands which are obsolete or the commands which contain obsolete parameters. The obsolete commands will be indicated as removed in the history section of the CLI user guide. See chapter 'Command Phase Out Annoucement Release' for the list of "impacted" CLI commands. The commands with obsolete parameters will be indicated as modified commands in the history section of the CLI user guide.12 Phase Out Strategy Obsolete Commands and/or Parameters This chapter describes the phase out strategy that will be followed for obsolete commands and/or obsolete parameters. The announcement release is independent from the release in which the commands and/or parameters became 'obsolete'. obsolete commands and/or parameters are no longer supported. the normal error reporting will be applicable. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 51 .

13 Command Phase Out Annoucement Release This section gives a list of all the impacted CLI commands which will phase out in the phase-out release. 52 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . See previous chapter 'phase out strategy obsolete commands and/or parameters' for more info about the phase-out release'.1 ISAM CLI 1. The listed CLI commands are commands which are obsolete or commands which contain obsolete parameters.

These obsolete commands (or obsolete command parameters) should not be used in any customer provisioning scripts.1 ISAM CLI 1.g. Non supported commands/parameters from R4.02 onwards configure equipment shelf configure interface port admin igmp mcast-src configure igmp channel configure igmp shub igs-system configure mcast src show igmp module-mcast-src show igmp module-mcast-src packagemember admin ip vrf-stats interface user bridgeport configure ip shub arp configure ip shub vrf routing-option preference route-type show ip vrf-interface user bridgeport configure ip vrf user-itf bridgeport configure qos shub flow configure qos dsl-port configure qos shdsl-port configure qos dsl-port queue configure qos shdsl-port queue configure system security ssh access configure software-mngt oswp configure transport shub mac-filter configure transport shub mac-filter in-port configure system shub filter ip-filter port-filter configure system shub filter ip-filter port-filter in-port configure system shub filter ip-filter port-filter out-port configure bridge port configure bridge port vlan-id configure vlan configure vlan id show xdsl-bonding operational-data near-end 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 53 . Alcatel-Lucent is not responsible for system behaviour or failing provisioning scripts in case the customer still uses these commands.1. commands containing non supported parameters.14 Non supported commands/parameters This chapter lists the non supported commands or partially non supported commands e.

1 ISAM CLI show xdsl-bonding operational-data far-end configure xdsl-bonding group configure xdsl line configure xdsl service-profile configure xdsl spectrum-profile configure xdsl spectrum-profile vdsl 54 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

2.Environment Configuration Commands 2.1 Environment Configuration Command Tree 2.2 Environment Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 2-56 2-57 Released 55 .

Command Tree ----environment .2 Environment Configuration Commands 2.1 Environment Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Environment Configuration Commands".[no] mode 56 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] prompt .[no] print .[no] inhibit-alarms .[no] terminal-timeout .

length: x<=28 Parameter type: <Sec::EnvInactivityTimeout> Format: ( default | timeout : <Sec::InactivityTimeout> ) Possible values: optional parameter with default value: "" the specification of the prompt [no] terminal-timeout 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "timeout : 30" specify the inactivity timeout of the terminal Released 57 . • • • %% : a % %c : # if the current node was an existing node or $ if it is newly created. • %s : the current numbering scheme (typ|leg|pos). terminal-timeout: A value of 0 equals an infinite timeout value (i. and executed by operators with all privileges. • %! : the current history number. These parameters are only valid for a specific session and are lost when the user logs out.num is the maximum number of components (starting from the last) that are shown (default is all).2-2 "Environment Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] prompt Parameter type: <Sec::Prompt> Format: . The default values for prompt and print can be found in configure system security operator operator-name. . the terminal will never time out). User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.a specification of the prompt . The prompt can be composed with following components : • %n : the name of the current operator. . . The default value for terminal-timeout can be found in configure system security profile profile-name. • % num d : the current context.2 Environment Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the session-specific parameters.each component will be separated from the next one with a >. any other character is just added to the prompt as is.e. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > environment [ no prompt | prompt <Sec::Prompt> ] [ no terminal-timeout | terminal-timeout <Sec::EnvInactivityTimeout> ] [ no print | print <Sec::EnvMore> ] [ [ no ] inhibit-alarms ] [ no mode | mode <Cli::Mode> ] Command Parameters Table 2.a > is also added in front of the first component.2 Environment Configuration Commands 2.

2 Environment Configuration Commands Parameter [no] print [no] inhibit-alarms [no] mode 58 Type Description .batch : non-interactive mode intended for scripting tools .default : the default inactivity timeout .more : the output is passed via the more filter .120] Parameter type: <Sec::EnvMore> Format: ( more | no-more | default ) Possible values: .no-more : the output is put directly on the terminal .specify the inactivity timeout of the terminal ..default : use the method as specified by the profile Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: "default" specifies the way the output is printed on the terminal Parameter type: <Cli::Mode> Format: ( batch | interactive ) Possible values: .range: [0.unit: minutes .interactive : interactive mode intended for human operators Released optional parameter disables the alarm reporting in the current session optional parameter with default value: "interactive" the mode in which the CLI handles command input 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..timeout : specify the inactivity timeout Field type <Sec::InactivityTimeout> .

3 Alarm Entry Configuration Command 3.2 Alarm Log Configuration Command 3.4 Alarm Delta Log Configuration Command 3.1 Alarm Configuration Command Tree 3.5 Customizable Alarm Profile Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 3-60 3-62 3-64 3-86 3-88 Released 59 .Alarm Configuration Commands 3.3.

1 Alarm Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Alarm Configuration Commands".[no] reporting .[no] mnemonic4 .[no] severity3 .[no] audible1 .[no] audible3 .[no] severity1 .[no] severity2 .indet-log-full-action .[no] visible4 .3 Alarm Configuration Commands 3.[no] service-affecting .[no] audible4 .[no] mnemonic1 .[no] severity .[no] description1 . Command Tree ----configure ----alarm .major-log-full-action .[no] severity4 .[no] audible2 .[no] visible2 .[no] mnemonic5 .[no] visible1 .[no] mnemonic3 .[no] description3 .[no] polarity1 .crit-log-full-act ----[no] custom-profile .minor-log-full-action .[no] mnemonic2 .[no] description4 .[no] polarity4 .warn-log-full-action .[no] polarity2 .[no] logging ----delta-log .non-itf-rep-sev-level ----entry .log-full-action .[no] polarity3 .(index) .log-sev-level .[no] description2 .(name) .[no] description5 60 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] visible3 .

[no] audible5 .[no] severity5 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 61 .[no] polarity5 .3 Alarm Configuration Commands .[no] visible5 .

halt : logging is stopped until the log buffer is reset Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major optional parameter set the lowest severity level to log alarms log-full-action non-itf-rep-sev-level 62 Released optional parameter set the action if log buffer is full optional parameter set minimum severity level to report non itf alarms 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .wrap : older log records are overwritten by recent ones .indeterminate : not a definite known severity level . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure alarm log-sev-level <Alarm::alarmSeverity> non-itf-rep-sev-level <Alarm::alarmSeverity> log-full-action <Alarm::alarmLogFullAction> Command Parameters Table 3. and executed by operators with alarm privileges.minor : not service affecting .warning : just to inform as a warning .3 Alarm Configuration Commands 3.critical : service breaking Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: .major : service affecting .2 Alarm Log Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to maintain a log that contains all alarm state changes by enabling the logging mode and setting the severity level equal to or higher than the severity level that the operator is interested in. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges.2-2 "Alarm Log Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description log-sev-level Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description | critical ) Possible values: .major : service affecting .critical : service breaking 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 63 .minor : not service affecting .indeterminate : not a definite known severity level .warning : just to inform as a warning .

3 Alarm Entry Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage local alarm entries. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges. and executed by operators with alarm privileges.3 Alarm Configuration Commands 3.3-1 "Alarm Entry Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( xtca-ne-es | xtca-ne-ses | xtca-ne-uas | xtca-ne-day-es | xtca-ne-day-ses | xtca-ne-day-uas | xtca-fe-es | xtca-fe-ses | xtca-fe-uas | xtca-fe-day-es | xtca-fe-day-ses | xtca-fe-day-uas | xtca-leftrs | xtca-day-leftrs | xtca-fe-leftrs | xtca-fe-day-leftrs | xdsl-ne-los | xdsl-ne-lof | xdsl-ne-lom | xdsl-ne-ese | xdsl-act-cfg-error | xdsl-act-not-feas | xdsl-up-br-reach | xdsl-ne-ncd | xdsl-ne-lcd | xdsl-fe-los alarm type 64 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure alarm entry (index) [ no severity | severity <Alarm::alarmSeverity> ] [ [ no ] service-affecting ] [ [ no ] reporting ] [ [ no ] logging ] Command Parameters Table 3.

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | xdsl-fe-lof | xdsl-fe-lpr | xdsl-fe-lol | xdsl-fe-lom | xdsl-fe-ese | xdsl-fe-upbo-vio | xdsl-fe-cpe-pol | xdsl-tpstc-mis | xdsl-act-comm | xdsl-act-modem | xdsl-do-br-reach | xdsl-fe-ncd | xdsl-fe-lcd | xdsl-frtx-init-fail | xdsl-vect-dle | vectline-xtc-var-vict | vectline-xtc-var-dist | vectline-corp-errf | sw-rollback | db-rollback | xvps-inv-dbase | inv-cde-file | miss-cde-file | cde-hash-error | cell-discard-up | cell-discard-down | persist-data-loss | mac-conflict | sntp-comm-lost | preferred-mode | timing-reference | nt-disk-95%full | shub-loc | back-pnl-inv | rack-power | rack-fan-unit1 | rack-fan-unit2 | shelf-mismatch | shelf-missing | shelf-install-missing | door | ac-power-fail | test-chain-config | tau-problem | itsc-problem | test-resources | hw-fail | test-blk-sw-download | test-blk-fail-download | board-mismatch | waiting-for-sw | temp-exceeded | temp-shutdown | board-missing | board-instl-missing | board-init | sem-power-fail 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 65 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | sem-ups-fail | board-reset-cf | vlan-assign-fail | up-plan-bitrate | up-min-bitrate | up-config-not-feas | down-plan-bitrate | down-min-bitrate | down-config-not-feas | non-bonding-cpe | multiple-cpes | register | group-incomplete | host-sfp-los | host-sfp-tx-fail | host-sfp-not-prst | host-sfp-inv-id | host-sfp-ctrl-fail | host-sfp-rmtlt | host-sfp-mismatch | host-sfp-incompt | exp-sfp-los | exp-sfp-tx-fail | exp-sfp-not-prst | exp-sfp-inv-id | exp-sfp-ctrl-fail | exp-sfp-1-los | exp-sfp-2-los | custom1 | custom2 | custom3 | custom4 | custom5 | he-custom1 | he-custom2 | he-custom3 | he-custom4 | he-custom5 | he-custom6 | custom6 | custom7 | custom8 | custom9 | custom10 | custom11 | custom12 | custom13 | custom14 | custom15 | custom16 | custom17 | loss-swo-cap | ping-check-fail | der-temp1 | der-temp2 | der-temp3 | der-temp4 66 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | der-temp5 | der-temp6 | der-temp7 | der-temp8 | der-temp9 | der-temp10 | der-temp11 | der-temp12 | der-temp13 | der-temp14 | der-temp15 | der-temp16 | der-temp17 | der-temp18 | der-temp19 | der-temp20 | der-temp21 | der-temp22 | der-temp23 | der-temp24 | der-temp25 | der-temp26 | der-temp27 | der-temp28 | der-temp29 | der-temp30 | der-temp31 | der-spa1 | der-spa2 | der-spa3 | der-spa4 | der-spa5 | der-spa6 | der-spa7 | der-spa8 | der-spa9 | der-spa10 | der-spa11 | der-spa12 | der-spa13 | der-spa14 | der-spa15 | der-spa16 | der-spa17 | der-spa18 | der-spa19 | der-spa20 | der-spa21 | der-spa22 | der-spa23 | der-spa24 | der-spa25 | der-spa26 | der-spa27 | der-spa28 | der-spa29 | der-spa30 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 67 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | der-spa31 | apsf-alarm | custextalarm1 | custextalarm2 | custextalarm3 | custextalarm4 | custextalarm5 | pluginfan | plugin-dc-a | plugin-dc-b | plugin-dg | ntr-a-loss | ntr-b-loss | lt-problem | applique-problem | xvps-conf-loss | mac-entry-nofree | fibre-conn-mismatch | link-cap-mismatch | eqpt-cap-mismatch | ctrl-dnld-failure | test-exceed-max-time | dc-termination | sc-cycle-missed | hazardous-potential | femf | device-protection | fileserv-unavail | shdsl-n-loopback | shdsl-c-loopback | shdsl-conferr | shdsl-atm-lcd | shdsl-lpr | shdsl-secu-err | shdsl-dev-fault | shdsl-atm-ncd | shdsl-n-losw | shdsl-c-losw | shdsl-n-aten | shdsl-c-aten | shdsl-n-snr | shdsl-c-snr | shdsl-n-dccont | shdsl-c-dccont | shdsl-c-actfail | ima-grp-fe-su | ima-grp-fe-cfg | ima-grp-ne-cfg | ima-grp-fe-nl | ima-grp-ne-nl | ima-grp-fe-blk | ima-lnk-lif | ima-lnk-lods | ima-lnk-misc | ima-lnk-rfi | ima-lnk-fault | ima-lnk-txblk 68 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | ima-lnk-rxblk | bad-digitmap | short-res | dhcp-unreach | proxy-srv-unreach | reg-srv-unreach | unknown-sub | ground-key | port-hightemp | port-jbfltca | reg-domainname | reg-auth | reg-timeout | reg-srvfailresp | inv-domainname | inv-auth | inv-timeout | inv-srvfailresp | subs-srvfailresp | transport-mismatch | dns-lookup-failure | none-dns-srv | no-dns-srv | none-srv | no-srv | fanout | up-overflow | upobc-overflow | dwobc-overflow | dw-overflow | lwpri-overflow | queue-drop | queue-load | mgc-unreachable | sgc-unreachable | lcard-unreach-srvcard | lcard-type-mismatch | meg-unknown-sub | meg-ground-key | meg-high-temp | meg-act-fail | meg-over-current | line-showering | sig-brd-persist-loss | sig-brd-disk-full | sig-brd-db-rollback | mg-overload | loss-env-mon | etca-los | etca-fcs | etca-day-los | etca-day-fcs | user-sfp-los | user-sfp-tx-fail | user-sfp-not-prst | user-sfp-inv-id | user-sfp-t-exceed 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 69 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | user-sfp-mismatch | loss-lsmswp-cap | inv-xvps-pair-data | ctl-com-fail | network-power-loss | hw-fault | synce-fail | bits-fail | bits-output-shutoff | ieee1588-fail | bgp-peer-down | bgp-routes-mid-limit | isis-adjacency-down | isis-adjacency-reject | isis-instance-down | ospf-lsa-limit | ospf-lsa-mid-limit | ospf-neighbor-down | ospf-instance-down | ospf3-lsa-limit | ospf3-lsa-mid-limit | ospf3-neighbor-down | ospf3-instance-down | rip-instance-down | lag-down | lagsubgrp-thresh-reach | lagsubgrp-switch-fail | general-arp-limit | gen-switch-out-of-res | ipv6-nc-limit | dhcp-session-oor | ihub-fdb-limit | l2fw-stp-exception | l2fw-stp-root-guard | vprn-routes-limit | vprn-ipv6-routes-limit | dhcpv6-lease-limit | dhcpv4-lease-limit | vpls-mfib-limit | ihub-ipv6-dad-own | ihub-ipv6-dad | vpls-duplicate-mac | vpls-fdb-limit | vpls-self-duplic-mac | vpls-sdp-self-dup-mac | link-down | link-lagport-add-fail | link-conf-mismatch | ihub-peer-comm | ihub-sw-fail | ihub-hw-fail | ihub-link-fail | ihub-proc-overload | ihub-out-of-mem | ntp-comm-lost | ldp-instance-down | ldp-session-down 70 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | mpls-instance-down | mpls-lsp-down | sdp-instance-down | sdp-binding-down | epipe-instance-down | vlanport-svc-mismatch | mcsrc-stream-lost | eqptsupl-syslog-upload | eqptsupl-ontsw-dnload | olt-gen-pon-com-fail | olt-gen-tx-fail | olt-gen-unprov-ont | olt-gen-pon-eqpt-prov | olt-gen-pon-loss-sig | olt-gen-pon-diagnostic | olt-gen-pon-prot-na | olt-gen-pon-prot-act | olt-pon-tc-err-frag-tc | olt-ont-tc-err-frag-tc | ont-ploam-loss-sig | ont-ploam-loss-ack | ont-ploam-loss-cd | ont-ploam-phy-eqpt-err | ont-ploam-startup-fail | ont-ploam-sig-degrade | ont-ploam-disabled | ont-ploam-err-msg | ont-ploam-inactive | ont-ploam-loss-frame | ont-ploam-sig-fail | ont-ploam-dying-gasp | ont-ploam-deact-fail | ont-ploam-oam | ont-ploam-win-drift | ont-ploam-rdi | ont-ploam-loss-ks | ont-ploam-pwr-burst | ont-gen-omci-fail | ont-gen-eqpt-selftest | ont-gen-ac-pwr-fail | ont-gen-bat-missing | ont-gen-bat-low | ont-gen-bat-fail | ont-gen-phys-intrusion | ont-gen-sw-dnload-f | ont-gen-sw-dnload-p | ont-gen-sw-act-fail | ont-gen-eqpt-vers-mis | ont-gen-sw-vers-mis | ont-gen-mdu-env1 | ont-gen-mdu-env2 | ont-gen-mdu-env3 | ont-gen-nw-time-err | ont-gen-opt-sig-high | ont-gen-opt-sig-low | ont-gen-eqpt-prov-sa | ont-gen-eqpt-prov-nsa 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 71 .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | ont-gen-sw-dnload-file | ont-gen-fan-fail | ont-gen-high-temp | ont-gen-high-temp-ex | ont-gen-emergency-call | ont-gen-sw-version | ont-sbscr-lim-missing | ont-sbscr-lim-type-mis | ont-sbscr-lim-removal | ont-sbscr-lim-fail | ont-sbscr-lim-svc-mis | ont-sbscr-lim-port-mis | ont-svc-video-conf-mis | ont-svc-video-pw-high | ont-svc-video-pw-low | ont-svc-pots-svc-mis | ont-svc-pots-rtcp-lost | ont-svc-pots-icnf-subs | ont-svc-pots-icnf-ntfy | ont-svc-pots-icnf-http | ont-svc-pots-sip-reg | ont-svc-pots-sip-inv | ont-svc-pots-sip-subsc | ont-svc-pots-sip-mt-tc | ont-svc-pots-pk-los-tc | ont-svc-pots-jitter-tc | ont-svc-lan-mismatch | ont-svc-lan-loss-sig | ont-svc-ces-ds1-mis | ont-svc-ces-ds1-los | ont-svc-ces-ds1-lof | ont-svc-ces-ds1-rair | ont-svc-ces-ds1-ais | ont-svc-ces-e1-mis | ont-svc-ces-e1-los | ont-svc-ces-e1-lof | ont-svc-ces-e1-rair | ont-svc-ces-e1-ais | ont-svc-voip-cnf-file | ont-svc-voip-svc-mis | ont-svc-voip-gw-comm | ont-svc-voip-dhcp-fail | ont-svc-voip-icnf-subs | ont-svc-voip-icnf-ntfy | ont-svc-voip-icnf-http | ont-svc-v-ani-conf-mis | ont-svc-v-ani-loss-sig | ont-svc-v-ani-lv-high | ont-svc-v-ani-lv-low | ont-svc-pwe-mismatch | ont-svc-pwe-reordr-lof | ont-svc-pwe-jitt-buf-o | ont-svc-pwe-jitt-buf-u | ont-svc-pwe-malf-frms | ont-svc-pwe-late-frms | ont-svc-pwe-link-loss | ont-svc-xdsl-mismatch 72 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

xtca-fe-day-uas : unavailable seconds in 1 day .xdsl-act-cfg-error : line configuration data cannot be used .xtca-fe-day-ses : severely errored secs in 1 day .xtca-leftrs : low error free throughput seconds in 15 min .xdsl-ne-ese : excessive severe errors .xtca-ne-ses : severely errored seconds in 15 min .xtca-ne-es : errored seconds in 15 min .xtca-fe-uas : unavailable seconds in 15 min .xtca-fe-day-es : errored seconds in 1 day .xdsl-ne-lcd : loss of cell delineation 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 73 .xtca-fe-leftrs : far end low error free throughput seconds in 15 min .xtca-ne-day-es : errored seconds in 1 day .xdsl-ne-lom : loss of margin .xtca-fe-ses : severely errored secs in 15 min .xtca-ne-uas : unavailable seconds in 15 min .xtca-ne-day-ses : severely errored seconds in 1 day .xdsl-act-not-feas : line capacity not enough to setup requested profile .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-lof | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-los | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-line | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-lol | ont-svc-xdsl-fe-lof | ont-svc-xdsl-fe-los | ont-svc-xdsl-fe-lop | ont-svc-xdsl-cnf-err | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-es-tc | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-ses-tc | ont-svc-xdsl-ne-uas-tc | ont-svc-xdsl-fe-es-tc | ont-svc-xdsl-fe-ses-tc | ont-svc-xdsl-fe-uas-tc | ont-tc-rx-los-frag-tc | ont-tc-tx-los-frag-tc | ont-tc-bad-gem-hd-tc | ont-uni-ds-drpd-fr-tc | ont-uni-up-drpd-fr-tc | pim-neighbor-down | pim-max-mcroutes | li-traffic-disabled | li-bandwidth-limit | li-out-of-res | otdr-cap-mismatch | login-successful | login-failure ) Possible values: .xtca-ne-day-uas : unavailable seconds in 1 day .xdsl-ne-los : loss of signal .xdsl-ne-lof : loss of frame .xtca-fe-es : errored seconds in 15 min .xdsl-up-br-reach : planned bitrate not reached after initialization .xtca-day-leftrs : low error free throughput seconds in 1 day .xdsl-ne-ncd : no cell delineation .xtca-fe-day-leftrs : far end low error free throughput seconds in 1 day .

xdsl-fe-lol : loss of link .xdsl-fe-lof : loss of frame .xdsl-do-br-reach : planned bitrate not reached after init .shelf-install-missing : shelf planned but not installed .persist-data-loss : all data lost after restart .cde-hash-error : cde profile hash error .miss-cde-file : missing cde profile .shelf-mismatch : shelf type different from planned type .back-pnl-inv : BackPanel-type Invalid .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description . .rack-power : power fuse broken .db-rollback : selected oswp.nt-disk-95%full : nt disk 95% full .vectline-xtc-var-dist : excessive disturber crosstalk coefficients variation .ac-power-fail : external power failure .db cannot be operational .xdsl-fe-lpr : loss of power .rack-fan-unit2 : fan unit rack 2 failing .sntp-comm-lost : sntp server not responding . .tau-problem : TAU board not present or failed.xdsl-fe-cpe-pol : activation failure cpe policing .vectline-corp-errf : corrupted or missing errorf-samples .door : open cabinet door .preferred-mode : preferred mode not available .xdsl-fe-ncd : no cell delineation .xdsl-act-modem : no peer modem detected .system not configured .will rollback .timing-reference : timing reference failure .xdsl-fe-ese : excessive severe errors .shelf-missing : detected shelf no longer detected .itsc-problem : ITSC module not present or failed.shelf shutdown in 15 minutes .test-resources : test resources are unavailable after starting 74 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .xdsl-vect-dle : vectoring disorderly leaving event .cell-discard-up : cell discarded in the upstream direction .rack-fan-unit1 : fan unit rack 1 failing .inv-cde-file : invalid xvps cde file .vectline-xtc-var-vict : excessive victim crosstalk coefficients variation .sw-rollback : non active oswp.db cannot be operational will rollback . .shub-loc : communication lost with shub .test-chain-config : test chain config does not support the test requested.xdsl-fe-lom : loss of margin .mac-conflict : duplicate mac address from this pvc .xdsl-fe-lcd : loss of cell delineation .xdsl-frtx-init-fail : init not successful due to forced rtx .xdsl-tpstc-mis : mismatch between the configured tps-tc mode and the mode supported by the connected cpe .xdsl-fe-upbo-vio : upbo violation .cell-discard-down : cell discarded in the downstream direction .xdsl-act-comm : init not successful due to communications problem .xvps-inv-dbase : invalid xvps dbase .xdsl-fe-los : loss of signal .

multiple-cpes : bonding group has multiple cpe modems connected .custom4 : customizable alarm 4 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 75 .waiting-for-sw : not able to download all the applicable sw files .exp-sfp-los : expansion side loss of signal .host-sfp-ctrl-fail : control failure . .down-config-not-feas : downstream bitrate is not enough to set up config group .host-sfp-incompt : incompatible shelf type detected .non-bonding-cpe : no bonding cpe modem is connected .vlan-assign-fail : failure to assign VLAN for a user session .exp-sfp-1-los : expansion side sfp1 loss of signal .temp-shutdown : board powered down itself .exp-sfp-inv-id : no valid Alcatel-Lucent ID .up-config-not-feas : upstream bitrate is not enough to set up config group .sem-power-fail : SEM external power failure .now missing .host-sfp-los : loss of signal .up-plan-bitrate : upstream bitrate is above min and below planned .host-sfp-not-prst : not present .register : bonding group discovery or aggregation register failure .board-init : board initialisation failure .exp-sfp-tx-fail : Tx failure .up-min-bitrate : upstream bitrate is below min bitrate .exp-sfp-ctrl-fail : control failure .board-mismatch : board inserted different from planned .host-sfp-tx-fail : Tx failure .test-blk-fail-download: test req are blocked when a ITSC SW download fails .down-plan-bitrate : downstream bitrate is above min and below planned .host-sfp-rmtlt : unexpected remote plug-in .board-reset-cf : board reset and/or communication failure .board-instl-missing : board never detected after planning .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description the test .board-missing : board detected after planning .custom1 : customizable alarm 1 .group-incomplete : bonding group is incomplete .host-sfp-inv-id : no valid Alcatel-Lucent ID .custom2 : customizable alarm 2 .down-min-bitrate : downstream bitrate is below min bitrate .test-blk-sw-download : test req are blocked during the ITSC module SW download .temp-exceeded : temperature threshold exceeded on the board .custom3 : customizable alarm 3 .exp-sfp-not-prst : not present .too high temperature .hw-fail : A test equipment reported a hardware failure.host-sfp-mismatch : assignment does not match reported rack/shelf/slot .sem-ups-fail : SEM external power supply failure .exp-sfp-2-los : expansion side sfp2 loss of signal .

der-temp20 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 20 .custom7 : customizable alarm 7 .der-temp31 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 31 .der-temp7 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 7 .der-temp26 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 26 .custom9 : customizable alarm 9 .custom14 : customizable alarm 14 .he-custom1 : host expansion customizable alarm 1 .custom10 : customizable alarm 10 .der-temp19 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 19 .der-temp30 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 30 .der-temp21 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 21 .der-temp10 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 10 .der-spa3 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 3 .der-temp6 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 6 .der-temp28 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 28 .der-temp11 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 11 .loss-swo-cap : switch over capability in a redundant system .der-temp13 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 13 .der-temp3 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 3 .der-temp29 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 29 .der-temp24 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 24 .der-temp15 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 15 .der-spa2 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 2 .der-temp2 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 2 .der-spa1 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 1 .der-temp4 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 4 .der-temp16 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 16 .der-temp12 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 12 .der-temp25 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 25 .der-temp9 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 9 .der-temp14 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 14 .custom17 : customizable alarm 17 .he-custom3 : host expansion customizable alarm 3 .he-custom4 : host expansion customizable alarm 4 .der-temp18 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 18 .custom8 : customizable alarm 8 .he-custom5 : host expansion customizable alarm 5 .ping-check-fail : ping check in a redundant system .he-custom2 : host expansion customizable alarm 2 .custom6 : customizable alarm 6 .der-temp8 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 8 .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .der-temp5 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 5 .der-spa4 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 4 .der-temp17 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 17 .der-temp22 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 22 .custom5 : customizable alarm 5 .custom11 : customizable alarm 11 .custom12 : customizable alarm 12 .he-custom6 : host expansion customizable alarm 6 .custom16 : customizable alarm 16 .custom15 : customizable alarm 15 .der-temp1 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 1 .der-spa5 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 5 76 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .der-temp27 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 27 .custom13 : customizable alarm 13 .der-temp23 : Derived Alarm for Temporal Filter 23 .

der-spa24 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 24 .der-spa14 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 14 .custextalarm2 : Customizable External Alarm Number 2 .eqpt-cap-mismatch : Link equipment capability mismatch .der-spa21 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 21 .custextalarm5 : Customizable External Alarm Number 5 . not compatible or failed .der-spa19 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 19 .plugin-dg : Dying Gasp Alarm .lt-problem : LT board not present.ntr-a-loss : NTR-A signal is not available .der-spa22 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 22 .der-spa6 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 6 .test-exceed-max-time : The test exceeded the maximum duration time limit.der-spa15 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 15 .der-spa26 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 26 .xvps-conf-loss : xvps configuration loss .der-spa11 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 11 .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .der-spa27 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 27 .ntr-b-loss : NTR-B signal is not available .mac-entry-nofree : no free mac entry in the mac table on lt board .plugin-dc-b : REM DC B Alarm .der-spa31 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 31 .der-spa18 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 18 . .link-cap-mismatch : Link speed capability mismatch .custextalarm4 : Customizable External Alarm Number 4 .der-spa17 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 17 .der-spa29 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 29 .der-spa30 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 30 .plugin-dc-a : REM DC A Alarm .der-spa9 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 9 .der-spa7 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 7 .der-spa23 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 23 .fibre-conn-mismatch : REM Fibre Connection Mismatch Alarm .der-spa25 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 25 .dc-termination : The line being sealed is not terminated by the CPE.der-spa28 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 28 .der-spa20 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 20 .hazardous-potential : A Hazardous Potential is detected on the line under test 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 77 .pluginfan : REM Fan Alarm .applique-problem : Applique board not present.der-spa10 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 10 .der-spa13 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 13 .der-spa8 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 8 .custextalarm1 : Customizable External Alarm Number 1 .sc-cycle-missed : sealing current not applied. no time to process the line .custextalarm3 : Customizable External Alarm Number 3 . not compatible or failed .der-spa16 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 16 .apsf-alarm : Applique Power Supply Failure . .der-spa12 : Derived Alarm for Spatial Filter 12 .ctrl-dnld-failure : Controller card download failure .

shdsl-c-snr : snr margin alarm at the customer side on each pair .ima-grp-ne-cfg : near-end failed configuration .shdsl-c-aten : loop attenuation alarm at the customer side on each pair .reg-domainname : Registration failure (resolving domain name).ground-key : Return current to the ground .shdsl-c-loopback : loopback active at the customer side .ima-lnk-fault : fault in link facility .ima-lnk-rxblk : receive blocked due to far-end .shdsl-n-snr : snr margin alarm at the network side each pair . .ima-lnk-txblk : transmit blocked due to far-end .ima-grp-fe-blk : far-end is blocked .shdsl-c-losw : loss of sync word at the customer side on each pair .device-protection : ITSC DP circ protect the device from the line under test . 78 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .shdsl-c-dccont : dc continuity fault at the customer side on each pair .shdsl-dev-fault : device fault .shdsl-lpr : loss of power at stu-r . .ima-grp-ne-nl : insufficient number of links at near-end .shdsl-secu-err : unable to disable stu-r access .ima-lnk-lods : link out of delay synchronization .fileserv-unavail : file transfer Server unavailable or file transfer failed . .proxy-srv-unreach : The SIP proxy server is unreachable .ima-lnk-rfi : link remote failure indication .port-jbfltca : JB fill level threshold on user port exceeded.shdsl-n-dccont : dc continuity fault at the network side on each pair .reg-srv-unreach : The SIP registrator server is unreachable .shdsl-n-aten : loop attenuation alarm at the network side on each pair .ima-grp-fe-cfg : far-end failed configuration .shdsl-conferr : configuration error .unknown-sub : subscriber exist in the POLT.3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .ima-lnk-lif : loss of ima frame . but not in the appl server .dhcp-unreach : The DHCP server is unreachable .reg-auth : Registration failure (authentication).ima-grp-fe-su : far-end starting up .shdsl-atm-ncd : no atm cell delineation .shdsl-atm-lcd : loss of atm cell delineation .ima-lnk-misc : link misconnect .shdsl-c-actfail : activation failure at the customer side on each pair .bad-digitmap : Configured digitmap is unusable .femf : foreign Electro-Motive Force on the line under test .ima-grp-fe-nl : insufficient number of links at far-end .shdsl-n-loopback : loopback active at the network side .shdsl-n-losw : loss of sync word at the network side on each pair .port-hightemp : Temperature threshold on user port exceeded.short-res : Short of resource for more calls .

meg-unknown-sub : the megaco subscriber is unknown .sig-brd-disk-full : voice signaling board disk 90% full .etca-fcs : frame check sequence errors in 15 min .up-overflow : Upstream load overflow .user-sfp-los : user sfp loss of signal . . .none-dns-srv : No reply for all DNS serverd .transport-mismatch : Transport protocol mismatch .meg-high-temp : voice port high temperature .mg-overload : mg overload . .user-sfp-not-prst : user sfp not detected .inv-auth : Invitation failure (authentication).sig-brd-persist-loss : voice signaling board persistent data loss . .dwobc-overflow : Downstream load to OBC overflow .user-sfp-mismatch : user sfp mismatch the configured type 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 79 .inv-domainname : Invitation failure (resolving domain name).user-sfp-tx-fail : user sfp tx failure .lcard-type-mismatch : associate board of wrong type .inv-timeout : Invitation failure (message timeout).meg-act-fail : the first link layer for isdn subscriber activation failure . .sgc-unreachable : loss of contac with signaling gateway controller .queue-drop : The number of pkts dropped by queue exceeds threshold .none-srv : No reply for all SIP First Hops .meg-over-current : voice port over current .etca-day-fcs : frame check sequence errors in 1 day .no-srv : No SIP First Hop configured .dw-overflow : Downstream load overflow . .reg-srvfailresp : Registration failure (failure response from server).dns-lookup-failure : Dns look up failure .lcard-unreach-srvcard : line card unreachable with server card .no-dns-srv : No DNS servers configured .sig-brd-db-rollback : voice signaling board db rollback .user-sfp-inv-id : user sfp invalid id .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .queue-load : The queue load exceeds threshold .line-showering : line showering .mgc-unreachable : loss of contact with the media gateway controller .reg-timeout : Registration failure (message timeout).meg-ground-key : voice port ground key . .inv-srvfailresp : Invitation failure (failure response from server).upobc-overflow : Upstream load to OBC overflow .etca-los : loss of signal errors in 15 min .subs-srvfailresp : Subscribe failure (failure response from server).lwpri-overflow : The number of BE and CL pkts dropped exceed threshold .fanout : Lt load overflow .etca-day-los : loss of signal errors in 1 day .user-sfp-t-exceed : user sfp temperature exceed .loss-env-mon : env-monitor box lost or not alive .

bgp-routes-mid-limit : 90% of max nbr of routes BGP can learn from a peer is reached .ospf-instance-down : OSPF instance is down or not .rip-instance-down : rip instance down .dhcp-session-oor : dhcp session out of resources .ctl-com-fail : shelf controller communication failure .lag-down : lag down .lagsubgrp-thresh-reach: lag subgroup threshold reached .loss-lsmswp-cap : lsm redundancy .isis-adjacency-reject : isis adjacency is rejected .vprn-ipv6-routes-limit: limit of ipv6 is reached .ipv6-nc-limit : ipv6 neighbor cache limit exceeded .ihub-ipv6-dad : duplicate IPV6 address is detected for a user's IP address .ospf-neighbor-down : OSPF neighbour is down .vpls-fdb-limit : limit of fdb table is reached .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .isis-instance-down : isis instance is down or not .ospf3-lsa-mid-limit : 90% of limit of recieved OSPFv3 LSAs is reached .bgp-peer-down : peer operational state is down .link-down : link is down .ihub-fdb-limit : layer 2 fdb limit reached .isis-adjacency-down : isis adjacency is down .ospf3-instance-down : OSPFv3 instance is down or not .link-conf-mismatch : SFP+plugin-types does not match the planned speed and/or auto-negotiation for the port 80 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .dhcpv4-lease-limit : limit of dhcpv4 leases is reached .l2fw-stp-root-guard : STP root gaurd violation is present .ospf3-lsa-limit : limit of recieved OSPFv3 LSAs is reached .dhcpv6-lease-limit : limit of dhcpv6 leases is reached .ospf-lsa-mid-limit : 90% of limit of recieved LSA's is reached .hw-fault : Hardware Failure .general-arp-limit : arp limit exceeded .bits-output-shutoff : bits output failure .network-power-loss : Loss of Network Power .vpls-duplicate-mac : mac address is detected .gen-switch-out-of-res : failure due to lack of resources on switch .ospf-lsa-limit : limit of recieved LSA's is reached .ihub-ipv6-dad-own : duplicate IPV6 address is detected for IP address allotted to system .l2fw-stp-exception : STP exception condition is present in the SAP .lagsubgrp-switch-fail : lag subgroup switchover failed .vpls-self-duplic-mac : duplicate of a system owned mac address detected on a sap .synce-fail : synce clock source failure .vpls-sdp-self-dup-mac : duplicate of a system owned mac address detected on a sdp binding .vpls-mfib-limit : limit of fib table is reached .bits-fail : bits clock source failure .inv-xvps-pair-data : invalid xvps pair redundancy data .ieee1588-fail : ieee1588 clock source failure .ospf3-neighbor-down : OSPFv3 neighbour is down .link-lagport-add-fail : failure to add port to LAG .vprn-routes-limit : limit of ip is reached .

ont-ploam-pwr-burst : power bursts on ont .sdp-binding-down : sdp binding down .eqptsupl-ontsw-dnload : ont sw download in progress .olt-gen-pon-prot-na : pon protection not available .ldp-instance-down : ldp instance down .ont-ploam-err-msg : error message from ont .ont-ploam-sig-fail : signal fail alarm from ont .ont-ploam-win-drift : drift of window alarm .eqptsupl-syslog-upload: upload of log file to remote server failure .mpls-lsp-down : lsp down .olt-ont-tc-err-frag-tc: ont errored fragments threshold crossed .ont-ploam-sig-degrade : signal degrade from ont .ont-ploam-inactive : inactive ont .ihub-link-fail : IHUB link failure .ont-ploam-oam : loss of ploam for ont .ont-ploam-loss-cd : loss of channel delineation of ont .vlanport-svc-mismatch : config request failure for the provisioned vlanport .ont-ploam-loss-frame : loss of frame at ont .ont-gen-omci-fail : loss of communication .ont-ploam-deact-fail : deactive failure of ont .ont-ploam-dying-gasp : dying gasp alarm from ont .olt-gen-pon-eqpt-prov : mismatch btw equipment and provisioning pon attributes .ont-ploam-loss-ack : loss of acknowledge from ont .ihub-out-of-mem : IHUB processor out of memory .olt-gen-tx-fail : transmitter failure on olt .ont-ploam-rdi : remote defect indication alarm .ntp-comm-lost : No response is received from the NTP servers .olt-gen-pon-diagnostic: pon diagnostic test active .ont-gen-bat-low : battery low 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 81 .olt-pon-tc-err-frag-tc: pon errored fragments threshold crossed .ldp-session-down : ldp session down .ont-ploam-disabled : ont disabled alarm .ihub-peer-comm : ihub peer to peer communication failure .olt-gen-pon-prot-act : protecting pon is active .ont-ploam-loss-ks : loss of key synchronization alarm .ont-gen-ac-pwr-fail : ac power failure on ont .ont-ploam-startup-fail: startup failure in ranging of ont .ont-gen-bat-missing : battery missing .ont-gen-eqpt-selftest : ont self-test failure .olt-gen-pon-com-fail : pon communication failure on olt .mpls-instance-down : mpls instance down .ihub-hw-fail : IHUB h/w error .ont-ploam-loss-sig : loss of signal at ont .ont-ploam-phy-eqpt-err: physical equipment error of ont .epipe-instance-down : epipe instance down .olt-gen-unprov-ont : unprovisioned ont on pon .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .ihub-proc-overload : IHUB processor exceeded .sdp-instance-down : sdp instance down .mcsrc-stream-lost : multicast video stream lost .olt-gen-pon-loss-sig : pon loss of signal .ihub-sw-fail : IHUB s/w error .

ont-svc-pots-sip-reg : pots line sip registration failure .ont-svc-ces-ds1-mis : ont service mismatch for provisioned ces ds1 82 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .ont-gen-opt-sig-high : optical signal level too high .ont-svc-pots-pk-los-tc: pots line rtp bearer packets loss threshold crossed .ont-sbscr-lim-svc-mis : ont service mismatch for provisioned onu card .ont-svc-pots-rtcp-lost: pots realtime transport control protocol stream lost .ont-svc-pots-sip-subsc: pots line sip subscribe failure .ont-svc-pots-icnf-http: pots line iconfig http failure .ont-svc-video-pw-high : high power level for rf video signal .ont-gen-high-temp : ont high temperature .ont-gen-mdu-env1 : mdu environmental alarm#1 .ont-gen-sw-act-fail : ont sw activation failure .ont-svc-pots-svc-mis : ont service mismatch for provisioned pots .ont-gen-opt-sig-low : optical signal level too low .ont-svc-lan-mismatch : ont service mismatch for lan .ont-svc-pots-sip-mt-tc: pots line sip message timeout threshold crossed .ont-gen-phys-intrusion: physical intrusion .ont-gen-sw-version : ont sw version control error .ont-sbscr-lim-port-mis: port mismatch btw actual and planned ont card .ont-gen-eqpt-prov-sa : service affecting mismatch btw equipment and provisioning attributes .ont-sbscr-lim-type-mis: wrong type plug-in ont card .ont-sbscr-lim-fail : ont card failure .ont-svc-video-pw-low : low power level for rf video signal .ont-gen-fan-fail : ont fan failure .ont-gen-sw-dnload-p : ont sw download in progress .ont-gen-nw-time-err : network timing protocol error .ont-svc-pots-sip-inv : pots line sip invite request failure .ont-gen-mdu-env2 : mdu environmental alarm#2 .ont-gen-sw-vers-mis : ont sw version mismatch .ont-gen-eqpt-prov-nsa : non service affecting mismatch btw equipment and provisioning attributes .ont-svc-pots-jitter-tc: pots line rtp jitter threshold crossed .ont-gen-emergency-call: ont emergency call .ont-gen-sw-dnload-file: ont sw download file missing .ont-gen-bat-fail : battery failure .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .ont-gen-high-temp-ex : ont excessive high temperature .ont-svc-video-conf-mis: config request failure for video service .ont-svc-pots-icnf-subs: pots line iconfig subscription failure .ont-svc-lan-loss-sig : loss of signal on an ethernet port interface .ont-svc-pots-icnf-ntfy: pots line iconfig notify failure .ont-gen-eqpt-vers-mis : ont equipment version mismatch .ont-sbscr-lim-removal : improper removal ont card .ont-gen-sw-dnload-f : ont sw download failure .ont-sbscr-lim-missing : provisioned ont card missing .ont-gen-mdu-env3 : mdu environmental alarm#3 .

ont-svc-xdsl-ne-es-tc : near end errored seconds threshold crossed .ont-svc-ces-e1-rair : receiving rai at e1 interface .ont-svc-ces-ds1-rair : receiving rai at ds1 interface .ont-svc-pwe-jitt-buf-u: pseudowire jitter buffer underrun .ont-svc-xdsl-fe-ses-tc: far end severe errored seconds threshold crossed .ont-svc-xdsl-ne-los : near end loss of signal .ont-svc-ces-ds1-los : loss of signal at ds1 interface .ont-svc-pwe-malf-frms : pseudowire malformed frames .ont-svc-ces-e1-lof : loss of frame at e1 interface .ont-svc-xdsl-ne-ses-tc: near end severe errored seconds threshold crossed .ont-svc-xdsl-fe-es-tc : far end errored seconds threshold crossed .ont-svc-xdsl-cnf-err : xdsl provisioning error .ont-svc-voip-icnf-http: voice iconfig http failure .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .ont-svc-voip-svc-mis : service mismatch for provisioned client service .ont-svc-v-ani-conf-mis: config request failure for video ani service .ont-svc-xdsl-fe-lop : far end loss of power .ont-svc-voip-icnf-subs: voice iconfig subscription failure .ont-svc-pwe-reordr-lof: pseudowire reordering and loss of frame .ont-tc-rx-los-frag-tc : rx loss of gem fragments threshold crossed 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 83 .ont-svc-pwe-link-loss : pseudowire link loss .ont-svc-v-ani-loss-sig: video loss of signal on ani .ont-svc-xdsl-ne-line : near end line init .ont-svc-ces-e1-ais : receiving ais at e1 interface .ont-svc-ces-e1-mis : ont service mismatch for provisioned ces e1 .ont-svc-xdsl-ne-lol : near end loss of link .ont-svc-ces-e1-los : loss of signal at e1 interface .ont-svc-v-ani-lv-low : low video optical signal level .ont-svc-xdsl-fe-los : far end loss of signal .ont-svc-voip-cnf-file : voice configuration file error .ont-svc-ces-ds1-lof : loss of frame at ds1 interface .ont-svc-xdsl-fe-lof : far end loss of frame .ont-svc-voip-gw-comm : voice gateway communication failure .ont-svc-pwe-mismatch : service mismatch for provisioned pseudowire .ont-svc-voip-dhcp-fail: voice dhcp server failure .ont-svc-xdsl-fe-uas-tc: far end unavailable seconds threshold crossed .ont-svc-xdsl-mismatch : service mismatch for provisioned xdsl .ont-svc-xdsl-ne-lof : near end loss of frame .ont-svc-v-ani-lv-high : high video optical signal level .ont-svc-xdsl-ne-uas-tc: ear end unavailable seconds threshold crossed .ont-svc-ces-ds1-ais : receiving ais at ds1 interface .ont-svc-voip-icnf-ntfy: voice iconfig notify failure .ont-svc-pwe-late-frms : pseudowire late frames .ont-svc-pwe-jitt-buf-o: pseudowire jitter buffer overrun .

3-2 "Alarm Entry Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] severity optional parameter with default value: "minor" assign a severity level to this alarm [no] service-affecting Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .critical : service breaking Parameter type: boolean [no] reporting Parameter type: boolean [no] logging Parameter type: boolean optional parameter make this alarm service affecting optional parameter enable reporting of this alarm optional parameter enable logging of this alarm Command Output Table 3.3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .login-successful : successful login via management access .pim-max-mcroutes : maximum routes reached .login-failure : invalid login via management access has crossed the threshold limit Table 3.major : service affecting . 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .processing-error : processing failure related alarms .ont-tc-bad-gem-hd-tc : bad gem header threshold crossed .ont-tc-tx-los-frag-tc : tx loss of gem fragments threshold crossed .pim-neighbor-down : pim neighbor down .qos : QoS related alarms .communications : communications related alarms .equipment : equipment related alarms category of an alarm This element is always shown.ont-uni-up-drpd-fr-tc : upstream l2 dropped frames threshold crossed .li-out-of-res : lawful intercept out of resources .minor : not service affecting .ont-uni-ds-drpd-fr-tc : downstream l2 dropped frames threshold crossed .3-3 "Alarm Entry Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name category 84 Released Type Description Parameter type: <Alarm::category> ( communications | qos | processing-error | equipment | environmental ) Possible values: .otdr-cap-mismatch : otdr capability mismatch .indeterminate : not a definite known severity level .warning : just to inform as a warning .li-bandwidth-limit : lawful intercept reached bandwidth limit .li-traffic-disabled : lawful interception of traffic disabled .

environmental : environmental related alarms 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 85 .3 Alarm Configuration Commands name Type Description .

wrap : wrap around when log is full . logging is stopped until the log buffer is reset.halt : halt logging when log is full Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: .halt : halt logging when log is full Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap optional parameter set the action when indeterminate log buffer is full warn-log-full-action minor-log-full-action major-log-full-action 86 Released optional parameter action in case indeterminate delta log buffer is full optional parameter set the action when minor delta log buffer is full optional parameter set action when major delta log buffer is full 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .4 Alarm Delta Log Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the action of the system when the alarm log buffer is full. If the action is set to wrap.3 Alarm Configuration Commands 3. older log records are overwritten by recent records.wrap : wrap around when log is full . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges.halt : halt logging when log is full Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: .4-2 "Alarm Delta Log Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description indet-log-full-action Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure alarm delta-log [ indet-log-full-action <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> ] [ warn-log-full-action <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> ] [ minor-log-full-action <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> ] [ major-log-full-action <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> ] [ crit-log-full-act <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> ] Command Parameters Table 3. If the action is set to halt. and executed by operators with alarm privileges.wrap : wrap around when log is full .

3 Alarm Configuration Commands Parameter crit-log-full-act 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description | halt ) Possible values: .wrap : wrap around when log is full .halt : halt logging when log is full Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmDeltaLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: .wrap : wrap around when log is full .halt : halt logging when log is full optional parameter set action when critical delta log buffer is full Released 87 .

).a profile name . as well as an indication that tells us whether or not any alarm outputs are to be triggered if the corresponding external input alarm is raised.. The profile is made to be assigned to a remote LT board. The profile contains a description/meaning of each alarm. a mnemonic (short for the description). basement cabinet.range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_..3 Alarm Configuration Commands 3.] custom profile name 88 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .5-1 "Customizable Alarm Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure alarm ( no custom-profile (name) ) | ( custom-profile (name) [ no mnemonic1 | mnemonic1 <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> ] [ no description1 | description1 <Alarm::AlarmDescription> ] [ no visible1 | visible1 <Alarm::VisibleOutput> ] [ no audible1 | audible1 <Alarm::AudibleOutput> ] [ no polarity1 | polarity1 <Alarm::InversePolarity> ] [ no severity1 | severity1 <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> ] [ no mnemonic2 | mnemonic2 <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> ] [ no description2 | description2 <Alarm::AlarmDescription> ] [ no visible2 | visible2 <Alarm::VisibleOutput> ] [ no audible2 | audible2 <Alarm::AudibleOutput> ] [ no polarity2 | polarity2 <Alarm::InversePolarity> ] [ no severity2 | severity2 <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> ] [ no mnemonic3 | mnemonic3 <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> ] [ no description3 | description3 <Alarm::AlarmDescription> ] [ no visible3 | visible3 <Alarm::VisibleOutput> ] [ no audible3 | audible3 <Alarm::AudibleOutput> ] [ no polarity3 | polarity3 <Alarm::InversePolarity> ] [ no severity3 | severity3 <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> ] [ no mnemonic4 | mnemonic4 <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> ] [ no description4 | description4 <Alarm::AlarmDescription> ] [ no visible4 | visible4 <Alarm::VisibleOutput> ] [ no audible4 | audible4 <Alarm::AudibleOutput> ] [ no polarity4 | polarity4 <Alarm::InversePolarity> ] [ no severity4 | severity4 <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> ] [ no mnemonic5 | mnemonic5 <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> ] [ no description5 | description5 <Alarm::AlarmDescription> ] [ no visible5 | visible5 <Alarm::VisibleOutput> ] [ no audible5 | audible5 <Alarm::AudibleOutput> ] [ no polarity5 | polarity5 <Alarm::InversePolarity> ] [ no severity5 | severity5 <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> ] ) Command Parameters Table 3. . the polarity and the severity are configurable. and executed by operators with alarm privileges. On top of these parameters. The profile reflects a configuration of external alarms parameters that corresponds to a certain environment where the remote board is located (in an outdoor cabinet. The alarm profile groups all five external alarms parameters. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges. The use of a profile avoids the need to specify the parameters for each remote board separately.5 Customizable Alarm Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the external alarm profile.

normal : alarm polarity is normal .inverse : alarm polarity is inverse Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .5-2 "Customizable Alarm Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] mnemonic1 Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> Format: .range: [A-Z] .range: [A-Z] .length: x<=16 Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmDescription> Format: .disable : external alarm output is non-visible Parameter type: <Alarm::AudibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .disable : external alarm output is non-audible Parameter type: <Alarm::InversePolarity> Format: ( normal | inverse ) Possible values: .enable : external alarm output is visible .warning : alarm severity is warning .major : alarm severity is major .critical : alarm severity is critical Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> Format: .enable : external alarm output is audible .length: x<=16 Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmDescription> Format: .an octet string defining description of external alarm .length: 1<=x<=32 Table 3.3 Alarm Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .an octet string defining description of external alarm .length: x<=40 Parameter type: <Alarm::VisibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .an octet string defining mnemonic of external alarm .indeterminate : alarm severity is indeterminate .length: x<=40 Parameter type: <Alarm::VisibleOutput> optional parameter with default value: "UNDEF" mnemonic identifying the customizable external alarm 1 [no] description1 [no] visible1 [no] audible1 [no] polarity1 [no] severity1 [no] mnemonic2 [no] description2 [no] visible2 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "Undefined" description of the customizable external alarm 1 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a visible alarm for external alarm 1 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a audible alarm for external alarm 1 optional parameter with default value: "normal" alarm polarity is normal or inverse for external alarm 1 optional parameter with default value: "major" severity level of external alarm 1 optional parameter with default value: "UNDEF" mnemonic identifying the customizable external alarm 2 optional parameter with default value: "Undefined" description of the customizable external alarm 2 optional parameter with default Released 89 .an octet string defining mnemonic of external alarm .minor : alarm severity is minor .

range: [A-Z] .inverse : alarm polarity is inverse Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .an octet string defining description of external alarm .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Parameter [no] audible2 [no] polarity2 [no] severity2 [no] mnemonic3 [no] description3 [no] visible3 [no] audible3 [no] polarity3 90 Released Type Description Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .disable : external alarm output is non-visible Parameter type: <Alarm::AudibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .an octet string defining mnemonic of external alarm .normal : alarm polarity is normal .warning : alarm severity is warning .critical : alarm severity is critical Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> Format: .enable : external alarm output is visible .enable : external alarm output is audible .disable : external alarm output is non-visible Parameter type: <Alarm::AudibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .minor : alarm severity is minor .indeterminate : alarm severity is indeterminate .length: x<=16 Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmDescription> Format: .disable : external alarm output is non-audible Parameter type: <Alarm::InversePolarity> Format: ( normal | inverse ) Possible values: .length: x<=40 Parameter type: <Alarm::VisibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .enable : external alarm output is visible .major : alarm severity is major .disable : external alarm output is non-audible Parameter type: <Alarm::InversePolarity> value: "disable" trigger a visible external alarm 2 alarm for optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a audible alarm for external alarm 2 optional parameter with default value: "normal" alarm polarity is normal or inverse for external alarm 2 optional parameter with default value: "major" severity level of external alarm 2 optional parameter with default value: "UNDEF" mnemonic identifying the customizable external alarm 3 optional parameter with default value: "Undefined" description of the customizable external alarm 3 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a visible alarm for external alarm 3 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a audible alarm for external alarm 3 optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .enable : external alarm output is audible .

length: x<=40 Parameter type: <Alarm::VisibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .enable : external alarm output is audible .major : alarm severity is major .an octet string defining description of external alarm .disable : external alarm output is non-visible Parameter type: <Alarm::AudibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .an octet string defining mnemonic of external alarm .normal : alarm polarity is normal .disable : external alarm output is non-audible Parameter type: <Alarm::InversePolarity> Format: ( normal | inverse ) Possible values: .normal : alarm polarity is normal .inverse : alarm polarity is inverse Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .length: x<=16 Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmDescription> Format: .enable : external alarm output is visible .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Parameter [no] severity3 [no] mnemonic4 [no] description4 [no] visible4 [no] audible4 [no] polarity4 [no] severity4 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: ( normal | inverse ) Possible values: .critical : alarm severity is critical Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> Format: .range: [A-Z] .warning : alarm severity is warning .inverse : alarm polarity is inverse Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: value: "normal" alarm polarity is normal or inverse for external alarm 3 optional parameter with default value: "major" severity level of external alarm 3 optional parameter with default value: "UNDEF" mnemonic identifying the customizable external alarm 4 optional parameter with default value: "Undefined" description of the customizable external alarm 4 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a visible alarm for external alarm 4 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a audible alarm for external alarm 4 optional parameter with default value: "normal" alarm polarity is normal or inverse for external alarm 4 optional parameter with default value: "major" severity level of external alarm 4 Released 91 .minor : alarm severity is minor .indeterminate : alarm severity is indeterminate .

an octet string defining mnemonic of external alarm .critical : alarm severity is critical Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmMnemonic> Format: .critical : alarm severity is critical Released optional parameter with default value: "UNDEF" mnemonic identifying the customizable external alarm 5 optional parameter with default value: "Undefined" description of the customizable external alarm 5 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a visible alarm for external alarm 5 optional parameter with default value: "disable" trigger a audible alarm for external alarm 5 optional parameter with default value: "normal" alarm polarity is normal or inverse for external alarm 5 optional parameter with default value: "major" severity level of external alarm 5 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .minor : alarm severity is minor .warning : alarm severity is warning .disable : external alarm output is non-audible Parameter type: <Alarm::InversePolarity> Format: ( normal | inverse ) Possible values: .normal : alarm polarity is normal .indeterminate : alarm severity is indeterminate .inverse : alarm polarity is inverse Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .minor : alarm severity is minor .length: x<=40 Parameter type: <Alarm::VisibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .an octet string defining description of external alarm .disable : external alarm output is non-visible Parameter type: <Alarm::AudibleOutput> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .warning : alarm severity is warning .range: [A-Z] .indeterminate : alarm severity is indeterminate .enable : external alarm output is audible .major : alarm severity is major .major : alarm severity is major .3 Alarm Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] mnemonic5 [no] description5 [no] visible5 [no] audible5 [no] polarity5 [no] severity5 92 Description .length: x<=16 Parameter type: <Alarm::AlarmDescription> Format: .enable : external alarm output is visible .

1 Trap Configuration Command Tree 4.4.2 Trap Definition Configuration Command 4.3 Trap Manager Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 4-94 4-96 4-98 Released 93 .Trap Configuration Commands 4.

[no] eqpt-prot-trap . Command Tree ----configure ----trap ----definition .(name) .[no] topology-chg .4 Trap Configuration Commands 4.[no] ntr-trap .[no] mst-error .[no] restart-trap .[no] cold-start-trap .[no] priority .[no] lic-key-chg-occr .1 Trap Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Trap Configuration Commands".[no] max-per-window .[no] dhcp-sess-pre .[no] phys-line-trap .[no] mst-reg-conf-chg .[no] minor-trap .(address) .[no] login-occr-trap .priority ----[no] manager .[no] major-trap .[no] auth-fail-trap .[no] other-alarm-trap .[no] warning-trap .[no] change-trap .[no] window-size .[no] mst-inv-bpdu-rx .[no] rad-srvr-fail .[no] critical-trap .[no] max-queue-size 94 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] craft-login-trap .[no] redundancy-trap .[no] link-down-trap .[no] success-set-trap .[no] init-started-trap .[no] alarm-chg-trap .[no] alrm-chg-occur .[no] trapmngr-chg-trap .[no] link-up-trap .[no] mst-protocol-mig .[no] outofsync .[no] eqpt-change-trap .[no] logout-occr-trap .[no] mst-genral .

[no] min-interval .[no] min-severity 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 95 .4 Trap Configuration Commands .

4 Trap Configuration Commands 4.auth-failure : authentication failure 96 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .link-down : one of the communication links of the node has failed .2 Trap Definition Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to define the priority of a given trap. and executed by operators with alarm privileges.link-up : one of the communication links of the node became operational . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure trap definition (name) [ priority <Trap::Priority> ] Command Parameters Table 4.cold-start : the node is reinitializing .2-1 "Trap Definition Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (name) Format: the name of the trap ( cold-start | link-down | link-up | auth-failure | change-occured | init-started | lic-key-chg-occr | topology-chg | dhcp-sess-pre | radius-server-failure | login-occured | logout-occured | trapmngr-chg-occr | mst-genral | mst-error | mst-protocol-mig | mst-inv-bpdu-rx | mst-reg-conf-chg | alrm-change-occured | out-of-sync ) Possible values: . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges.

mst-error : mstp error events .mst-protocol-mig : mstp port protocol migration .low : low priority trap optional parameter the trap priority 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 97 .lic-key-chg-occr : the number of license keys changed .needs to be informed immediately .mst-reg-conf-chg : mstp region configuration change .4 Trap Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .mst-inv-bpdu-rx : mstp invalid packet received .login-occured : login occured .radius-server-failure : radius server failed .out-of-sync : trap is out of sync Table 4.2-2 "Trap Definition Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description priority Parameter type: <Trap::Priority> Format: ( urgent | high | medium | low ) Possible values: .change-occured : a configuration or operational change occurred .urgent : urgent .trapmngr-chg-occr : trap manager change occured . IP connectivity is established .logout-occured : logout occured .alrm-change-occured : alarm change occurred .dhcp-sess-pre : dhcp session preempted .init-started : the node is initializing.topology-chg : topology changed (scope of cluster management) .high : high priority trap .mst-genral : mstp general events .medium : medium priority trap .

3 Trap Manager Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure an SNMP manager. This command allows the operator to specify which traps the manager is interested in (trap filtering) and how the traps must be distributed in time (trap shaping). eqpt-prot-trap. minor-trap. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges.. which will receive traps when an event occurs in the system. eqpt-change-trap.range: [1.3-2 "Trap Manager Configuration Command" Command Parameters 98 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .3-1 "Trap Manager Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (address) Format: <Ip::V4Address> : <Trap::Port> Field type <Ip::V4Address> . success-set-trap. redundancy-trap. ntr-trap. The SNMP manager can easily be flooded by events if something happens to the system.. major-trap.trap port number . craft-login-trap. other-alarm-trap.65535] the address of the manager Table 4. and executed by operators with alarm privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure trap ( no manager (address) ) | ( manager (address) [ no priority | priority <Trap::Priority> ] [ [ no ] cold-start-trap ] [ [ no ] link-down-trap ] [ [ no ] link-up-trap ] [ [ no ] auth-fail-trap ] [ [ no ] change-trap ] [ [ no ] init-started-trap ] [ [ no ] lic-key-chg-occr ] [ [ no ] topology-chg ] [ [ no ] dhcp-sess-pre ] [ [ no ] alarm-chg-trap ] [ [ no ] phys-line-trap ] [ [ no ] eqpt-change-trap ] [ [ no ] success-set-trap ] [ [ no ] other-alarm-trap ] [ [ no ] warning-trap ] [ [ no ] minor-trap ] [ [ no ] major-trap ] [ [ no ] critical-trap ] [ [ no ] redundancy-trap ] [ [ no ] eqpt-prot-trap ] [ [ no ] craft-login-trap ] [ [ no ] restart-trap ] [ [ no ] ntr-trap ] [ [ no ] rad-srvr-fail ] [ [ no ] login-occr-trap ] [ [ no ] logout-occr-trap ] [ [ no ] trapmngr-chg-trap ] [ [ no ] mst-genral ] [ [ no ] mst-error ] [ [ no ] mst-protocol-mig ] [ [ no ] mst-inv-bpdu-rx ] [ [ no ] mst-reg-conf-chg ] [ [ no ] alrm-chg-occur ] [ [ no ] outofsync ] [ no max-per-window | max-per-window <Trap::WindowCount> ] [ no window-size | window-size <Trap::WindowSize> ] [ no max-queue-size | max-queue-size <Trap::QueueSize> ] [ no min-interval | min-interval <Trap::Interval> ] [ no min-severity | min-severity <Alarm::alarmSeverity> ] ) Command Parameters Table 4. warning-trap.IPv4-address Field type <Trap::Port> . critical-trap.4 Trap Configuration Commands 4. Traps that cannot be delivered will be dropped. restart-trap. The Following traps will be sent as a part of changeOccuredTrap alarm-chg-trap. phys-line-trap.

4 Trap Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] priority optional parameter with default value: "medium" lowest priority a trap should have to be reported [no] cold-start-trap Parameter type: <Trap::Priority> Format: ( urgent | high | medium | low ) Possible values: .needs to be informed immediately .low : low priority trap Parameter type: boolean [no] link-down-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] link-up-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] auth-fail-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] change-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] init-started-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] lic-key-chg-occr Parameter type: boolean [no] topology-chg Parameter type: boolean [no] dhcp-sess-pre Parameter type: boolean [no] alarm-chg-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] phys-line-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] eqpt-change-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] success-set-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] other-alarm-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] warning-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] minor-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] major-trap Parameter type: boolean 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter enable sending cold start trap optional parameter enable sending link down trap optional parameter enable sending of link up trap optional parameter enable sending authentication failure trap optional parameter enable sending of change occured trap optional parameter enable sending init started trap optional parameter enable sending licence key changed occured trap optional parameter enable sending topology changed occured trap optional parameter enable sending DHCP session preempted trap optional parameter enable snd nbr alrm chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd phys line chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd eqpt nbr chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr of sets chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr indeterminate chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr warning chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr minor chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr major chg(part of Released 99 .medium : medium priority trap .urgent : urgent .high : high priority trap .

20] Parameter type: <Trap::WindowSize> Format: .4 Trap Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] critical-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] redundancy-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] eqpt-prot-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] craft-login-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] restart-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] ntr-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] rad-srvr-fail Parameter type: boolean [no] login-occr-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] logout-occr-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] trapmngr-chg-trap Parameter type: boolean [no] mst-genral [no] mst-error Parameter type: boolean Parameter type: boolean [no] mst-protocol-mig Parameter type: boolean [no] mst-inv-bpdu-rx Parameter type: boolean [no] mst-reg-conf-chg Parameter type: boolean [no] alrm-chg-occur Parameter type: boolean [no] outofsync Parameter type: boolean [no] max-per-window Parameter type: <Trap::WindowCount> Format: .the size of a time window for traps .maximum allowed number of traps per window ..unit: traps ..range: [1.3600] Parameter type: <Trap::QueueSize> [no] window-size [no] max-queue-size 100 Released Description changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr critical chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr redundancy chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd nbr eqpt prot chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable snd craft login chg(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable restart trap(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable ntr changes trap(part of changeOccurredTrap) optional parameter enable sending radius server failure trap optional parameter enable sending login occured trap optional parameter enable sending logout occured trap optional parameter enable sending trap manager change occured trap optional parameter optional parameter enable mstp error events trap optional parameter enable mstp port protocol migration trap optional parameter enable mstp invalid packet received trap optional parameter enable mstp region configuration change trap optional parameter enable alarm change Ocurred trap optional parameter enable outOfSync trap optional parameter with default value: 2 maximum allowed number of traps per window optional parameter with default value: 60 the size of a time window for traps in seconds optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..unit: s ..range: [0.

unit: traps ..warning : just to inform as a warning .indeterminate : not a definite known severity level ..critical : service breaking value: 10 maximum number of traps that can be queued optional parameter with default value: 30 the minimum time between two traps optional parameter with default value: "major" lowest severity an alarm must have.minimum time interval between two traps .maximum number of traps that can be queued ..range: [1.minor : not service affecting .unit: s ..20] Parameter type: <Trap::Interval> Format: .3600] Parameter type: <Alarm::alarmSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .4 Trap Configuration Commands Parameter [no] min-interval [no] min-severity 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: .major : service affecting . to be reported Released 101 .range: [0.

3 Shelf Configuration Command 5.4 Slot Configuration Command 5.7 Protection Element Configuration Command 5.6 Protection Group Configuration Command 5.8 External-link-host Configuration Commands 5.5 Applique Configuration Command 5.5.11 Environment Monitoring Configuration Command 102 Released 5-103 5-104 5-105 5-107 5-109 5-111 5-112 5-114 5-116 5-118 5-119 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .Equipment Configuration Commands 5.1 Equipment Configuration Command Tree 5.2 Rack Configuration Command 5.9 Host Shelf SFP Configuration Commands 5.10 NE Configuration Command 5.

[no] mode .(faceplate-number) .[no] applique-profile ----protection-group .(index) . Command Tree ----configure ----equipment ----rack .(index) .(index) .[no] direction ----external-link-assign .[no] eps-quenchfactor ----protection-element .dual-host-ip .(faceplate-number) .[no] alarm-profile .5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.capab-profile .[no] power-down .(prot-group-id) .(index) .[no] remote ----isam .[no] planned-type X [no] unlock .[no] redcy-ctrl-status ----external-link-host .[no] description ----slot .dual-host-loc ----applique .[no] unlock .[no] planned-type .[no] admin-status .[no] enable-supervise 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 103 .(index) .[no] planned-type .[no] lock X [no] extended-lt-slots .[no] class .[no] description ----shelf .[no] description ----envbox .1 Equipment Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Equipment Configuration Commands".

description to help the operator to identify the object . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment rack (index) [ no description | description <Description-127> ] Command Parameters Table 5. The operator can configure the following parameter: • description: text that describes the location of the rack.2 Rack Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the rack. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.2-1 "Rack Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: <Eqpt::RackId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .2-2 "Rack Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] description Parameter type: <Description-127> Format: .the rack number the physcial position of the rack Table 5.length: x<=127 optional parameter with default value: "" any description to be used by the operator 104 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.

There must be at least one shelf of this class in the system.main-ethernet: supports Ethernet-based traffic.applicable to NEP only. and when the shelf mode was changed successfully. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. shelf-mode: the shelf mode.ext-ethernet: supports Ethernet-based traffic.supports ethernet-based traffic optional parameter with default value: "main-ethernet" the class to which the shelf belongs 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 105 . description: text that describes the location of the shelf. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment shelf (index) [ no class | class <Equipm::ShelfClass> ] [ no planned-type | planned-type <Equipm::ShelfType> ] [ [ no ] unlock ] [ [ no ] lock ] [ [ no ] extended-lt-slots ] [ no mode | mode <Equipm::HolderMode> ] [ no description | description <Description-127> ] Command Parameters Table 5.3-1 "Shelf Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . unlock: locks or unlocks the shelf. The operator can configure the following parameters: • class: the classification of the shelf. • • • • planned-type: the type planned for this shelf. Shelves in this class can only contain LT units.3-2 "Shelf Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] class Parameter type: <Equipm::ShelfClass> Format: ( main-ethernet | ext-ethernet ) Possible values: . The following shelf classes are supported: .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . The not-planned parameter indicates that a shelf will not be inserted at this position.the NE will reboot automatically. Shelves in this class can contain NT and LT units. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.main-ethernet : main shelf . .3 Shelf Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the shelf.the shelf number the physical identification of the shelf Table 5.

Parameter type: boolean [no] lock Parameter type: boolean [no] extended-lt-slots Parameter type: boolean [no] mode Parameter type: <Equipm::HolderMode> Format: ( no-extended-lt-slots | extended-lt-slots | no-ntio-slots ) Possible values: .extended-lt-slots : change to extended lt slots .ext-ethernet : extension shelf .length: x<=127 [no] planned-type [no] description 106 Released optional parameter with default value: "not-planned" the planned type of the shelf obsolete parameter replaced by parameter "lock" the holder is unlocked optional parameter the holder is locked obsolete parameter replaced by parameter "mode" change to extended lt slots optional parameter with default value: "no-extended-lt-slots" change the shelf mode.no-ntio-slots : not changeable Parameter type: <Description-127> Format: .description to help the operator to identify the object .supports ethernet-based traffic Parameter type: <Equipm::ShelfType> Format: Data driven field type Possible values are depending on the actual configuration and software.applicable to NEP and ARAM-E only optional parameter with default value: "" any description to be used by the operator 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.no-extended-lt-slots : no extended lt slots .5 Equipment Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] unlock .

EXT. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. • unlock: the operator can lock or unlock a unit. and executed by operators with equipment privileges. A unit in the locked state cannot be used. The not-planned parameter indicates that a unit will not be inserted into that slot. The following parameters can be configured for the slot: • planned-type: the unit type that will be inserted into the slot. This is only applicable for REM and SEM boards • capab-profile:This parameter only applies to LSMs. and a managed LSM. This attribute is only supported for the NT (the system will refuse to lock the NT of a simplex system). This is only applicable to LSM.nt-b : nt-b slot the physical number of the slot 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 107 . The slot is identified by the physical slot number.nt-a : nt-a slot .4-1 "Slot Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( lt : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> | nt-a | nt-b | nt | acu : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::EqSlotId> | ext-a : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> | ext-b : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> | ctrl : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> ) Possible values: . • power-down: the operator can power-up or power-down slots. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment slot (index) [ no planned-type | planned-type <Equipm::BoardType> ] [ [ no ] power-down ] [ [ no ] unlock ] [ no alarm-profile | alarm-profile <Equipm::AlarmProf> ] [ capab-profile <Equipm::CapabilityProfile> ] [ dual-host-ip <Ip::V4Address> ] [ dual-host-loc <Equipm::Dualhost> ] Command Parameters Table 5. • alarm-profile: the operator can assign a customizable alarm profile to a remote LT board.lt : lt-slot .For BCM based boards default capab-profile is "default" for Intel based boards it is "8vc_default". The left-most slot in the shelf is number 1.5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.4 Slot Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a slot.

the shelf number capab-profile dual-host-ip dual-host-loc 108 Released optional parameter power down the board optional parameter unlock the board optional parameter with default value: "none" customized alarm profile assigned to this board optional parameter capability profile assigned to a line board optional parameter dual host ip optional parameter dual host lsm location 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .ext-a : nt-a slot in an extension shelf . Parameter type: <Ip::V4Address> Format: .a printable string .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .IPv4-address Parameter type: <Equipm::Dualhost> Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> | none ) Possible values: . Parameter type: boolean [no] unlock Parameter type: boolean [no] alarm-profile Parameter type: <Equipm::AlarmProf> Format: ( none | name : <PrintableString-0-32> ) Possible values: .ctrl : ctrl-slot Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.the equipment slot number Table 5.4-2 "Slot Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] planned-type optional parameter with default value: "not-planned" type of board intended to be in this position [no] power-down Parameter type: <Equipm::BoardType> Format: Data driven field type Possible values are depending on the actual configuration and software. The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .nt : nt slot .none : no host lsm location Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .5 Equipment Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .none : no profile name to associate .name : profile name Field type <PrintableString-0-32> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::EqSlotId> .acu : acu slot .length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Equipm::CapabilityProfile> Format: Data driven field type Possible values are depending on the actual configuration and software.ext-b : nt-b slot in an extension shelf .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .

the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . The not-planned parameter indicates that an applique will not be inserted into that slot.5-1 "Applique Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (index) Format: the physical number of the ( iont : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> applique | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::AppliqueSlotId> | lp : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::LtAppliqueSlotId> | ntio-1 | ntio-2 ) Possible values: .iont : an nt applique slot .5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.the applique slot number Field type <Eqpt::LtAppliqueSlotId> .lp : an lt applique slot . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment applique (index) [ no planned-type | planned-type <Equipm::AppliqueType> ] [ no applique-profile | applique-profile <Equipm::CapabilityProfile> ] Command Parameters Table 5.5 Applique Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure an applique. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. The following parameter can be configured for the slot: • planned-type: the applique type to be inserted into the slot. The left-most slot in the shelf is number 1.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::AppliqueSlotId> .ntio-1 : an nt applique slot in a single or multiple-ntio-shelf .the LT Applique slot number 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 109 .ntio-2 : an nt applique slot in a multiple-ntio-shelf Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . The applique is identified by the physical slot number.

The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.5-2 "Applique Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] planned-type Parameter type: <Equipm::AppliqueType> Format: Data driven field type Possible values are depending on the actual configuration and software. Parameter type: <Equipm::CapabilityProfile> Format: Data driven field type Possible values are depending on the actual configuration and software.5 Equipment Configuration Commands Table 5. optional parameter with default value: "not-planned" type of applique intended to be in this position [no] applique-profile 110 Released optional parameter with default value: "not_applicable" capability profile assigned to the applique board 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.

Note that the default admin-status for protection-group 1 at system level is locked where it is always unlocked at cli level. The protection group is identified by the eqptProtGroupId attribute (index).6 Protection Group Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a protection group.timer value for quench mechanish . 0 is valid value Released 111 . The value 1 is reserved for extension chain protection group which is always present and cannot be deleted. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.unlock : unlock .5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.lock : lock Parameter type: <Equipm::TimeTicks> Format: . The protection group(s) are created implicitly by the system as part of the default configuration. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment protection-group (prot-group-id) [ no admin-status | admin-status <Equipm::PortGroupAdminStatus> ] [ no eps-quenchfactor | eps-quenchfactor <Equipm::TimeTicks> ] Command Parameters Table 5. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.6-1 "Protection Group Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (prot-group-id) Format: .unit: 1/100 sec optional parameter with default value: "unlock" changes the administrative-status to lock or unlock [no] eps-quenchfactor 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "1440000" timervalue of quenching mechanism.6-2 "Protection Group Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] admin-status Parameter type: <Equipm::PortGroupAdminStatus> Format: ( unlock | lock ) Possible values: . Use "show equipment protection-group" to display the valid protection group identifier(s).index of protection group Index in eqpt Prot Group Table Table 5.

The protection group is identified by the eqptProtGroupId attribute.5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.nt-b : nt-b slot Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . The forced-active parameter indicates that the NTA or NTB slot or LT slot is configured as active.nt-a : nt-a slot . Group 1 corresponding with NT 1+1 group. The value 1 to 9 are reserved for the extension chain protection group which are always present and cannot be deleted.the equipment slot number Index in eqpt Prot Element Table Table 5. and executed by operators with equipment privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.lt : lt-slot . The redcy-ctrl-status parameter is used to force a switchover between elements of a protection group or to keep one of the elements active.7-1 "Protection Element Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( lt : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> | nt-a | nt-b | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::EqSlotId> ) Possible values: .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment protection-element <Equipm::ProtElementRedcyCtrlStatus> ] (index) [ no redcy-ctrl-status | redcy-ctrl-status Command Parameters Table 5. and Group 2-9 corresponding with possible 8 LT 1+1 groups.7 Protection Element Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a protection element.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::EqSlotId> .7-2 "Protection Element Configuration Command" Command Parameters 112 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

normal : enables redundancy (active or standby) .5 Equipment Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] redcy-ctrl-status Parameter type: <Equipm::ProtElementRedcyCtrlStatus> Format: ( normal | forced_active ) Possible values: .forced_active : forces the element to be active optional parameter with default value: "normal" changes the redundancy control status 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 113 .

8-1 "External-link-host Configuration Commands" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (faceplate-number) Format: the faceplate number of the ( <Eqpt::ExtLinkConfigurableDeviceIndex> configurable external-link | nt : sfp : <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostPortIndex> | ntio-1 : sfp : <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostPortIndex> | ntio-2 : sfp : <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostPortIndex> ) Possible values: .ntio-1 : an nt applique slot in a single or multiple-ntio-shelf .xfp : XFP port Field type <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostPortIndex> . and executed by operators with equipment privileges.ntio-2 : an nt applique slot in a multiple-ntio-shelf Possible values: .5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5.network (default): the direction is configured to allow the trafic from the network .sfp : SFP port . The configurable parameters are: • direction: The traffic direction. Two directions are supported: .nt : nt-slot .the faceplate number of the configurable external link Description Table 5.8 External-link-host Configuration Commands Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the traffic direction of the configurable external-links on the host expansion card.host port number Field type <Eqpt::ExtLinkConfigurableDeviceIndex> .8-2 "External-link-host Configuration Commands" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] direction Parameter type: <Equipm::ExternalLinkConfigType> Format: ( network optional parameter with default value: "network" the external-link traffic direction 114 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment external-link-host <Equipm::ExternalLinkConfigType> ] (faceplate-number) [ no direction | direction Command Parameters Table 5.remote-lt : the direction is configured to allow the trafic to the remote line termination card User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.

5 Equipment Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description | remote-lt ) Possible values: .remote-lt : the connection direction is to the remote line termination card 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 115 .network : the connection direction is from the network .

ntio-2 : an nt applique slot in a multiple-ntio-shelf Possible values: .ntio-1 : an nt applique slot in a single or multiple-ntio-shelf . and executed by operators with equipment privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment external-link-assign <Equipm::ExpansionSlotIndex> ] (faceplate-number) [ no remote | remote Command Parameters Table 5.nt : nt-slot .sfp : SFP port Field type <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostToRemotePortIndex> .the physical number of the expansion rack. 0 stands for no remote 116 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .physical nbr of expansion shelf within expansion rack. 0 stands for no remote Field type <Eqpt::ExpShelf> .a host port connected to remote LT Field type <Eqpt::SfpFaceplateNumber> .5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.9-2 "Host Shelf SFP Configuration Commands" Command Parameters Parameter Type [no] remote Parameter type: <Equipm::ExpansionSlotIndex> optional parameter with default Format: value: "0/0/0" <Eqpt::ExpRack> / <Eqpt::ExpShelf> / <Eqpt::ExpSlot> the expansion shelf LSM Field type <Eqpt::ExpRack> .host SFP faceplate number Description Table 5.9-1 "Host Shelf SFP Configuration Commands" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (faceplate-number) Format: host shelf SFP/XFP number on ( <Eqpt::SfpFaceplateNumber> the faceplate | nt : sfp : <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostToRemotePortIndex> | ntio-1 : sfp : <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostToRemotePortIndex> | ntio-2 : sfp : <Eqpt::ExtLinkHostToRemotePortIndex> ) Possible values: .9 Host Shelf SFP Configuration Commands Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the association between a host shelf SFP/XFP and a remote LT.

0 stands for no remote 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 117 .5 Equipment Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description Field type <Eqpt::ExpSlot> .the physical number of the slot within expansion shelf.

5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment isam [ no description | description <Description-127> ] Command Parameters Table 5.10 NE Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the NE.description to help the operator to identify the object .length: x<=127 optional parameter with default value: "" any description to be used by the operator 118 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The operator can configure the following parameter: • description: text that describes the location of the ISAM. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.10-2 "NE Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] description Parameter type: <Description-127> Format: . and executed by operators with equipment privileges.

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment envbox [ [ no ] enable-supervise ] Command Parameters Table 5. The operator can configure the following parameters: • enable-supervise: enable relay of environment monitoring from an external monitor box.11 Environment Monitoring Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure environment monitoring status to enable/disable the data relay from an external monitor box connected on the NTIO board of ISAM to the monitor server.11-2 "Environment Monitoring Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] enable-supervise Parameter type: boolean optional parameter enable environment monitoring relay 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 119 .5 Equipment Configuration Commands 5. and executed by operators with equipment privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.

2 ONT Interface Configuration Command 6.Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.1 Gpon ONT Configuration Command Tree 6.5 Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT 6.6.3 GPON GEM port performance monitoring Configuration Commands 6.7 ONT Card Configuration Command 6.8 ONT Software Control Configuration Command 120 Released 6-121 6-123 6-128 6-130 6-132 6-134 6-136 6-138 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .6 Fec TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT 6.4 ONT-SIDE TC-layer Performance Monitoring Counter Thresholds Configuration Command for ONT 6.

[no] desc1 .[no] sernum .[no] optics-hist .[no] bad-headers-down ----mcast-tc-layer .plndnumdataports .[no] lost-frags-up .[no] voip-allowed .[no] p2p-enable .[no] ont-pm-collect ----fec-tc-layer .subslocid .[no] ont-enable .[no] plnd-var .[no] admin-state ----[no] sw-ctrl 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 121 .1 Gpon ONT Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Gpon ONT Configuration Commands".[no] desc2 .(ont-idx) .[no] battery-bkup .[no] fec-up .[no] admin-state ----tc-layer .[no] ont-pm-collect ----tc-layer-threshold .plndnumvoiceports .[no] berint .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.[no] us-police-mode .[no] pwr-shed-prof-id .(ont-slot-idx) .[no] lost-frags-down .[no] sw-dnload-version .[no] ont-pm-collect ----[no] slot .[no] provversion .[no] olt-pm-collect .[no] slid-visibility .[no] rf-filter .[no] enable-aes .[no] od-pm-collect .planned-card-type . Command Tree ----configure ----equipment ----ont ----[no] interface .sw-ver-pland .

6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands .hw-version .[no] ont-variant .(sw-ctrl-id) .[no] plnd-sw-ver-conf .[no] plnd-sw-version .[no] sw-dwload-ver 122 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

cannot be modified in the same command execution with any other parameter and vice versa. provversion.2-1 "ONT Interface Configuration Command" Resource Parameters 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 123 .2 ONT Interface Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to create and configure the ONT parameters. fec-up.when '*'is set. NOTE: In order to change power-shed-profile. sw-dnload-version . it detects ONT hardware version on board and is updated accordingly. admin-state . If not specified. The First 4 bytes form the vendorid and the last 8 butes form the serial no. The special string of 'DISABLED' is used to indicate this feature as blocked.0 to 12 ASCII character string or 0 to 20 HEX string depending on slidmode.User can only set it when admin state is down and admin-state cannot be changed to up with default sernum (ALCL:00000000). sernum . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. then the plnd-sw-version from the gponOntSwVerCtlTable table will be downloaded to the ONT. and executed by operators with equipment privileges. sernum. The special string of 'UNPLANNED' is used to avoid any download subslocid . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment ont ( no interface (ont-idx) ) | ( interface (ont-idx) [ no battery-bkup | battery-bkup <Gpon::BatteryBkup> ] [ no berint | berint <Gpon::BertInterval> ] [ no desc1 | desc1 <Gpon::Desc> ] [ no desc2 | desc2 <Gpon::Desc> ] [ no provversion | provversion <Gpon::ProvVersion> ] [ no sernum | sernum <Gpon::SerNum> ] [ subslocid <Gpon::SubsLocId> ] sw-ver-pland <Gpon::SwVer> [ no fec-up | fec-up <Gpon::FecUp> ] [ no pwr-shed-prof-id | pwr-shed-prof-id <Gpon::PwrShedProfIndex> ] [ no ont-enable | ont-enable <Gpon::OntEnable> ] [ no p2p-enable | p2p-enable <Gpon::P2PEnable> ] [ no optics-hist | optics-hist <Gpon::OpticsHist> ] [ no sw-dnload-version | sw-dnload-version <Gpon::SwVer> ] [ no plnd-var | plnd-var <Gpon::PlndVar> ] [ no rf-filter | rf-filter <Gpon::RfFilter> ] [ no us-police-mode | us-police-mode <Gpon::UsPoliceMode> ] [ no enable-aes | enable-aes <Gpon::EnableAES> ] [ no voip-allowed | voip-allowed <Gpon::VoipAllowed> ] [ no slid-visibility | slid-visibility <Gpon::SlidAvailabilityStatus> ] [ no admin-state | admin-state <Gpon::ItfAdminStatus> ] ) Command Parameters Table 6.The special string of 'AUTO' is used to indicate that if this ONT's hardware version (eqpt-ver-num in 'show equipment ont interface command) and planned variant (plnd-var) has a matching entry created using 'configure equipment ont sw-ctrl'.The special string of 'AUTO' is used to indicate that if this ONT's hardware version (eqpt-ver-num in 'show ont interface command) and planned variant (plnd-var) has a matching entry created using 'configure equipment ont sw-ctrl'. and us-police-mode parameters. provversion . sw-ver-pland . the ONT state must be in Out-of-Service. the value of this parameter stays unchanged.6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6. If not specified. the values of the above parameters stay unchanged. then the plnd-sw-version from the gponOntSwVerCtlTable table will be downloaded to the ONT.

range: [8000.desc .the ONT identifier Description Table 6..range: [a-zA-Z0-9] .subsloc id ..the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .length: 8 Parameter type: <Gpon::SubsLocId> Format: .2-2 "ONT Interface Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] battery-bkup Parameter type: <Gpon::BatteryBkup> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: .length: x<=14 Parameter type: <Gpon::SerNum> Format: <Gpon::VendorId> : <Gpon::SerialNo> Field type <Gpon::VendorId> .enable : ONT is equiped with battery backup Parameter type: <Gpon::BertInterval> Format: .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .length: x<=20 Parameter type: <Gpon::SwVer> Format: [no] desc2 [no] provversion [no] sernum subslocid sw-ver-pland 124 Released optional parameter with default value: "8000" accumulation interval (in number of downstream frames) for ONU BER calculation optional parameter with default value: """" free-form textual field for user to describe the ONT optional parameter with default value: """" free-form textual field for user to describe the ONT optional parameter with default value: "*" the provisioned version number optional parameter with default value: "ALCL : 00000000" the provisioned serial number optional parameter subscriber location id (SLID) mandatory parameter planned ONT software version 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .length: x<=64 Parameter type: <Gpon::Desc> Format: .8 ASCII characters .length: 4 Field type <Gpon::SerialNo> .4 ASCII characters .length: x<=64 Parameter type: <Gpon::ProvVersion> Format: .disable : ONT is not equiped with battery backup .the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .provisioned version number .serial num .100000] optional parameter with default value: "disable" battery backup [no] berint [no] desc1 Parameter type: <Gpon::Desc> Format: .desc .range: [A-Z] .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type (ont-idx) Format: ONT index <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .vendor id .BER Interval .

none : no profile to associate Field type <Gpon::PwrShedProfIndex> .a pwr shed profile index value .. allow port-to-port traffic exchange between ethernet UNIs on the same ONT optional parameter with default value: "disable" daily optical supervision measurements collection optional parameter with default value: "DISABLED" standby ONT software version number to be downloaded optional parameter with default value: """" planned variant of the ONT hardware version optional parameter with default value: "pass-low-high" filter settings for RF video Released 125 .planned variant of the ONT hardware version .disable : ONT is Manually Disabled ..enable : Enable use of FEC in Upstream direction Parameter type: <Gpon::PwrShedProfIndex> Format: ( none | <Gpon::PwrShedProfIndex> ) Possible values: .length: 1<=x<=14 Parameter type: <Gpon::FecUp> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: .disable : Disable daily optical supervision measurements collection .disable : Disable Port-to-port traffic exchange .length: x<=80 Parameter type: <Gpon::RfFilter> Format: ( pass-none | pass-low | pass-low-high ) Possible values: number optional parameter with default value: "disable" enable/disable use of FEC in Upstream direction optional parameter with default value: "none" power shed profile id optional parameter with default value: "auto" ONT disabling decision for rogue ONTs optional parameter with default value: "disable" The parameter is not visible during modification.ont sw version .ont sw version .enable : ONT is Manually Enabled Parameter type: <Gpon::P2PEnable> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: .auto : OLT automatically decided on proper action .range: [0.6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter [no] fec-up [no] pwr-shed-prof-id [no] ont-enable [no] p2p-enable [no] optics-hist [no] sw-dnload-version [no] plnd-var [no] rf-filter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .enable : Enable Port-to-port traffic exchange Parameter type: <Gpon::OpticsHist> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: .length: 1<=x<=14 Parameter type: <Gpon::PlndVar> Format: .disable : Disable use of FEC in Upstream direction .enable : Enable daily optical supervision measurements collection Parameter type: <Gpon::SwVer> Format: .50] Parameter type: <Gpon::OntEnable> Format: ( auto | disable | enable ) Possible values: .

down : set the admin-state to down [no] us-police-mode [no] enable-aes [no] voip-allowed [no] slid-visibility [no] admin-state optional parameter with default value: "local" upstream police mode optional parameter with default value: "disable" AES encryption for all bi-directional GEM ports optional parameter with default value: "disable" The parameter is not visible during modification. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .pass-low-high : Pass Low and High Band Parameter type: <Gpon::UsPoliceMode> Format: ( local | network ) Possible values: .enable : enable AES encryption Parameter type: <Gpon::VoipAllowed> Format: ( disable | enable | iphost | veip ) Possible values: . slid visibility of the interface optional parameter with default value: "down" The parameter is not visible during creation.6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .enabled-all : read-write access using http or telnet Parameter type: <Gpon::ItfAdminStatus> Format: ( up | down ) Possible values: . voip support on ONT optional parameter with default value: "disabled" The parameter is not visible during creation.enable : enable voip support on ONT .iphost : enable voip support on ONT using iphost .network : remote at OLT Parameter type: <Gpon::EnableAES> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: .local : local at OLT .veip : enable voip support on ONT using veip Parameter type: <Gpon::SlidAvailabilityStatus> Format: ( disabled | enabled-slid-on | enabled-all ) Possible values: . adminstrative status of the interface Command Output Table 6.pass-none : Pass Nothing .up : set the admin-state to up .disabled : no access using http or telnet .2-3 "ONT Interface Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name oper-state 126 Released Type Description Parameter type: <Itf::ifOperStatus> ( up | down | testing | unknown | dormant operational state of the interface This element is always shown.disable : disable AES encryption .pass-low : Pass only Low Band .enabled-slid-on : read-only access using http or telnet .disable : disable voip support on ONT .

no-value : no entry in the table Parameter type: <Gpon::IgnoredPrintableString> .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands name pwr-shed-prof-name 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description | no-value ) Possible values: .dormant : PPPoE .unknown : IPoE .down : bridge port . Released 127 .up : permanent virtual circuit .ignored printable string power shed profile name This element is always shown.testing : l2 VLAN .

6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .3-1 "GPON GEM port performance monitoring Configuration Commands" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (ont-idx) Format: ONT index <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . and executed by operators with equipment privileges. • PM Mode of OLT-side TC-layer (GEM-based) counters • PM Mode of OLT-side TC-layer (GEM-based) counters for errored fragments • PM Mode of ONT-side TC-layer (GEM-based) counters User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment ont interface (ont-idx) tc-layer [ no olt-pm-collect | olt-pm-collect <Gpon::OntPmTcaCollect> ] [ no od-pm-collect | od-pm-collect <Gpon::OntPmCollect> ] [ no ont-pm-collect | ont-pm-collect <Gpon::OntPmTcaCollect> ] Command Parameters Table 6.the ONT identifier Description Table 6.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .3 GPON GEM port performance monitoring Configuration Commands Command Description This command allows the operator to enable the following GEM port performance monitoring counters.3-2 "GPON GEM port performance monitoring Configuration Commands" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] olt-pm-collect Parameter type: <Gpon::OntPmTcaCollect> optional parameter with default 128 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

pm-enable : enable pm .disable : disable PM Parameter type: <Gpon::OntPmTcaCollect> Format: ( none | pm-enable | tca-enable ) Possible values: .pm-enable : enable pm .none : no pm .none : no pm .tca-enable : enable tca value: "pm-enable" OLT-side aggregate TC layer performance monitoring optional parameter with default value: "disable" OLT-side on-demand aggregate TC layer performance monitoring optional parameter with default value: "pm-enable" ONT-side aggregate TC layer performance monitoring Released 129 .tca-enable : enable tca Parameter type: <Gpon::OntPmCollect> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .enable : enable PM .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter [no] od-pm-collect [no] ont-pm-collect 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: ( none | pm-enable | tca-enable ) Possible values: .

the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .4-1 "ONT-SIDE TC-layer Performance Monitoring Counter Thresholds Configuration Command for ONT" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (ont-idx) Format: ONT index <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .4-2 "ONT-SIDE TC-layer Performance Monitoring Counter Thresholds Configuration Command for ONT" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] lost-frags-down Parameter type: <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> optional parameter with default 130 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . and executed by operators with equipment privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment ont interface (ont-idx) tc-layer-threshold [ no lost-frags-down | lost-frags-down <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ] [ no lost-frags-up | lost-frags-up <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ] [ no bad-headers-down | bad-headers-down <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ] Command Parameters Table 6. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.the ONT identifier Description Table 6.4 ONT-SIDE TC-layer Performance Monitoring Counter Thresholds Configuration Command for ONT Command Description This command allows the operator to enable configuration of performance Monitoring counter thresholds for ONT-Side TC-layer errored fragments.the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .

range: [0.disabled : threshold is disabled Field type <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ..range: [0.disabled : threshold is disabled Field type <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> .tc-layer tca threshold value .range: [0..4294967294] Parameter type: <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> Format: ( disabled | <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ) Possible values: .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter [no] lost-frags-up [no] bad-headers-down 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: ( disabled | <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ) Possible values: .4294967294] value: "disabled" tca setting for lost gem fragments in downstream optional parameter with default value: "disabled" tca setting for lost gem fragments in upstream optional parameter with default value: "disabled" tca setting for bad gem headers in downstream Released 131 ....disabled : threshold is disabled Field type <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> .4294967294] Parameter type: <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> Format: ( disabled | <Gpon::TcaThresholdValue> ) Possible values: .tc-layer tca threshold value .tc-layer tca threshold value ..

the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .5-2 "Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ont-pm-collect Parameter type: <Gpon::OntPmCollect> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: optional parameter with default value: "disable" ONT-side multicast performance monitoring 132 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .5-1 "Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (ont-idx) Format: ONT index <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .the ONT identifier Description Table 6.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.5 Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT Command Description This command allows the operator to enable or disable the ONT-side Multicast Port Performance Monitor collection for the ONT. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment ont interface (ont-idx) mcast-tc-layer [ no ont-pm-collect | ont-pm-collect <Gpon::OntPmCollect> ] Command Parameters Table 6. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.

disable : disable PM Command Output Table 6.5-3 "Multicast TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT" Display parameters Specific Information name interval-no 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <SignedInteger> .enable : enable PM . Released 133 .a signed integer number of rows currently present in the gponMulticastServiceOntsideGemInterv This element is always shown.6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .

the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .6-1 "Fec TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (ont-idx) Format: ONT index <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . and executed by operators with equipment privileges.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .6-2 "Fec TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ont-pm-collect Parameter type: <Gpon::OntPmCollect> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .the ONT identifier Description Table 6.the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .enable : enable PM . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment <Gpon::OntPmCollect> ] ont interface (ont-idx) fec-tc-layer [ no ont-pm-collect | ont-pm-collect Command Parameters Table 6.disable : disable PM optional parameter with default value: "disable" ONT-side multicast performance monitoring 134 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .6 Fec TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT Command Description This command allows the operator to enable or disable the ONT-side Fec Port Performance Monitor collection for the ONT.

a signed integer number of rows currently present in the gponMulticastServiceOntsideGemInterv This element is always shown.6-3 "Fec TC-layer Performance Monitoring Command for ONT" Display parameters Specific Information name fec-interval-no 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <SignedInteger> . Released 135 .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Command Output Table 6.

Gpon Ont Slot .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . Prior to entering this command the ONT must have been already created.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .14] Description Table 6..7 ONT Card Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to create and configure the ONT Card parameters.6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.range: [1. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.the ONT identifier Field type <Gpon::OntSlotId> . planned card type 136 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .7-1 "ONT Card Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (ont-slot-idx) Format: identification of the ont-slot <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Gpon::OntSlotId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .7-2 "ONT Card Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description planned-card-type Parameter type: <Gpon::PlndCardType> Format: ( 10_100base | pots | vdsl2pots mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification.the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment ont ( no slot (ont-slot-idx) ) | ( slot (ont-slot-idx) planned-card-type <Gpon::PlndCardType> plndnumdataports <Gpon::PlndNumDataPorts> plndnumvoiceports <Gpon::PlndNumVoicePorts> [ no admin-state | admin-state <Gpon::AdminStatus> ] ) Command Parameters Table 6.

vdsl2pots : vdsl2/pots combo .video : video ..down : set the admin-state to down .range: [0..ethpots : ethernet/pots combo . planned no of voice ports optional parameter with default value: "up" adminstrative status of the interface Released 137 .16] Parameter type: <Gpon::AdminStatus> Format: ( down | up ) Possible values: .ds1 : ds1 .up : set the admin-state to up Description mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification.6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter plndnumdataports plndnumvoiceports [no] admin-state 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type | vdsl2 | ethpots | video | veip | ds1 | e1 ) Possible values: . planned no of data ports mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification.range: [0..16] Parameter type: <Gpon::PlndNumVoicePorts> Format: .10_100base : 10/100 base-t .e1 : e1 Parameter type: <Gpon::PlndNumDataPorts> Format: .planned no of voice ports .vdsl2 : vdsl2 .planned no of data ports .pots : pots ..veip : VEIP card .

length: 1<=x<=14 Parameter type: <Gpon::PlndVar> Format: mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification. hw-version .range: [1.8-2 "ONT Software Control Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description hw-version Parameter type: <Gpon::SwVer> Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure equipment ont ( no sw-ctrl (sw-ctrl-id) ) | ( sw-ctrl (sw-ctrl-id) hw-version <Gpon::SwVer> [ no ont-variant | ont-variant <Gpon::PlndVar> ] [ no plnd-sw-version | plnd-sw-version <Gpon::SwVer> ] [ no plnd-sw-ver-conf | plnd-sw-ver-conf <Gpon::SwVer> ] [ no sw-dwload-ver | sw-dwload-ver <Gpon::SwVer> ] ) Command Parameters Table 6.8-1 "ONT Software Control Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (sw-ctrl-id) Format: .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. and executed by operators with equipment privileges. ONT hardware version optional parameter with default value: "" [no] ont-variant 138 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .ont sw version .250] software control id Table 6.has the same meaning as the 'auto-sw-plnd-ver parameter supported by 'show equipment ont interface' command. plnd-sw-version .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands 6.has the same meaning as the eqpt-ver-num parameter supported by 'show equipment ont interface' command. Special character * (asterisk) may be provided in the string which means that the * character (and all subsequent character positions) are considered to be automatic 'matches' for values in same character positions of eqpt-ver-num parameter. ont-variant .8 ONT Software Control Configuration Command Command Description This command creates an association between an ONT hardware version/variant and an ONT software version (download and planned).ont sw ctrl id ..has the same meaning as the 'auto-sw-dld-ver parameter supported by 'show equipment ont interface' command. sw-dwload-ver .has the same meaning as the plnd-var in 'configure equipment ont interface' command Note: Combination of hw-version and ont-variant must be unique.

length: 1<=x<=14 Released 139 .length: x<=80 The parameter is not visible during modification.ont sw version .length: 1<=x<=14 Parameter type: <Gpon::SwVer> Format: .planned variant of the ONT hardware version .6 Gpon ONT Configuration Commands Parameter [no] plnd-sw-version [no] plnd-sw-ver-conf [no] sw-dwload-ver 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .ont sw version .ont sw version . variant of the ONT hardware version optional parameter with default value: "UNPLANNED" planned ONT software version number optional parameter with default value: "UNPLANNED" software planned version confirmation optional parameter with default value: "DISABLED" software download version Parameter type: <Gpon::SwVer> Format: .length: 1<=x<=14 Parameter type: <Gpon::SwVer> Format: .

25 xDSL Vectoring Profile Configuration Command 7.4 xDSL Artificial Noise Downstream Configuration Command 7.3 xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command 7.26 xDSL Vectoring Control Entity Profile Configuration Command 7.5 xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL/ADSL2 Configuration Command 7.12 VDSL Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command 7.8 ADSL2-plus Custom PSD shape Configuration Command 7.28 xDSL Line TCA Threshold Configuration Command 7.30 xDSL Per Line Overrule Configuration Command 140 Released 7-142 7-150 7-153 7-159 7-161 7-164 7-166 7-170 7-172 7-179 7-181 7-183 7-185 7-186 7-192 7-194 7-196 7-198 7-200 7-202 7-204 7-206 7-208 7-210 7-214 7-217 7-220 7-225 7-228 7-230 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .9 xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command 7.18 VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command 7.2 xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command 7.11 VDSL Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command 7.23 xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command 7.7.22 xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command 7.13 VDSL Power Back Off Configuration Command 7.10 VDSL Ghs Tones Transmission Power Control Configuration Command 7.17 VDSL2 Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command 7.xDSL Configuration Commands 7.21 xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command 7.24 xDSL RTX Profile Configuration Command 7.14 xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command 7.29 xDSL Board Configuration Command 7.15 VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command 7.19 VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command 7.6 xDSL Spectrum Profile for RE-ADSL2 Configuration Command 7.27 xDSL Line Configuration Command 7.1 xDSL Configuration Command Tree 7.7 xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL2 Plus Configuration Command 7.20 VDSL2 Power Back Off Configuration Command 7.16 VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command 7.

34 xDSL INS Far End Configuration Command 7.33 xDSL INS Near End Configuration Command 7.31 xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Downstream Configuration Command 7.32 xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Upstream Configuration Command 7.35 xDSL Vectoring Processing Board Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 7-237 7-239 7-241 7-243 7-245 Released 141 .7.

[no] g992-3-am .[no] inp-wo-erasure-up .[no] max-delay-var-up .1 xDSL Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "xDSL Configuration Commands".[no] dis-g992-2-a .[no] max-delay-up .(index) .[no] g992-3-aj .[no] active ----[no] spectrum-profile .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.[no] ansi-t1.(index) .[no] imp-noise-prot-up . Command Tree ----configure ----xdsl ----[no] service-profile .[no] min-bitrate-down .[no] inp-wo-erasure-dn .[no] plan-bitrate-down .[no] g992-3-l2 .[no] dis-etsi-dts .[no] dis-g992-1-a .[no] max-delay-down .[no] max-bitrate-up .[no] min-bitrate-up .[no] dis-g992-3-b .version .[no] dis-ansi-t1413 .[no] max-bitrate-down .[no] imp-noise-prot-dn .[no] max-delay-var-dn .[no] dis-g992-3-a .424 .[no] ra-mode-up .version .[no] g992-3-l1 .[no] g992-5-a .[no] dis-g992-1-b .[no] plan-bitrate-up .[no] dis-etsi-ts 142 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] ra-mode-down .name X (scope) .[no] min-l2-br-down .[no] g992-5-b .name X (scope) .

[no] psd-mask-up ----re-adsl X [no] proprietary-feat .[no] rad-noise-up .[no] modification .[no] max-psd-down .[no] max-agpowlev-up .[no] carrier-mask-up .7 xDSL Configuration Commands .[no] g993-2-30a .[no] g993-2-8b .[no] rau-time-up .(psd-point) .[no] g993-2-17a .[no] propr-feat-value .[no] rad-time-up .[no] ieee-802.[no] max-recv-power-up .[no] max-psd-up .[no] power_mgnt_mode .[no] carrier-mask-down .[no] rau-noise-up .[no] max-agpowlev-down .[no] psd ----adsl-adsl2 X [no] proprietary-feat .[no] active .3ah .[no] g993-2-8d .[no] max-agpowlev-down .[no] g993-2-8a .[no] rau-time-down .[no] rau-noise-down .[no] l2-time .[no] max-noise-down .[no] propr-feat-value .[no] trgt-noise-down .[no] pbo-mode-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 143 .[no] min-noise-down .[no] g993-2-12b .[no] rad-time-down .[no] g992-5-am .[no] g993-2-12a .[no] max-psd-down .[no] max-psd-up .[no] g992-5-aj .[no] l0-time .[no] min-noise-up .[no] trgt-noise-up .[no] max-noise-up .[no] rf-band-list .[no] itu-g993-1 .[no] frequency .[no] max-agpowlev-up .[no] pbo-mode-up .[no] g993-2-8c .[no] l2-agpw-to-red-tx ----artificial-noise-down .[no] l2-agpow-red-tx .[no] rad-noise-down .

[no] max-psd-up .[no] max-band .[no] b43 .[no] cust-psd-sc-down .[no] max-recv-power-up .[no] max-freq .[no] propr-feat-value .[no] v43 ----cust-psd-pt-down .[no] psd-shape-down .[no] pbo-mode-up .[no] m-psd-level-up .[no] psd-shape-up X [no] pbo-mode-down .[no] max-agpowlev-down .[no] psd-mask-up ----cust-psd-pt-down .[no] propr-feat-value .[no] param-a .[no] psd-shape-down .[no] max-agpowlev-up .(band) .[no] psd-pbo-par-a-up .[no] adsl-band .[no] max-psd-down .[no] psd ----cust-rx-psd-pt-up .[no] cust-rx-psd-ty-up .(psd-point) .(psd-point) .[no] psd-pbo-par-b-up .[no] a43c .[no] psd ----vdsl X [no] proprietary-feat .[no] vdsl-band-plan .[no] ghstones-pwr-mode .[no] a43 .[no] max-recv-power-up ----adsl2-plus X [no] proprietary-feat .[no] psd ----pbo .[no] frequency .[no] m-psd-level-down .[no] cust-rx-psd-sc-up .[no] param-b 144 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] pbo-mode .[no] opt-startfreq ----ghstone-set-pwr-ctrl .[no] optional-endfreq .[no] frequency .(psd-point) .[no] optional-band .[no] max-agpowlev-down .[no] rx-psd-shape-up .[no] cust-psd-ty-down .[no] max-agpowlev-up .7 xDSL Configuration Commands .[no] frequency .

[no] frequency .[no] cust-rx-psd-ty-up ----cust-psd-pt-down .[no] m-psd-level-down .[no] rx-psd-shape-up .[no] psd ----v-noise-psd-pt-down .[no] cust-psd-sc-down .[no] v-noise-psd-down .[no] min-frequency 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 145 .(psd-point) .(psd-point) .[no] cust-psd-ty-down .[no] psd ----pbo .[no] psd-shape-down .[no] psd-pbo-e-len-up .[no] v-noise-snr-up .[no] es-elect-length .[no] frequency .[no] v-noise-snr-down .7 xDSL Configuration Commands ----vdsl2 X [no] proprietary-feat .name .[no] m-psd-level-up .[no] cs-psd-shape-dn .[no] frequency .[no] cust-rx-psd-sc-up .[no] max-agpowlev-down .[no] propr-feat-value .[no] v-noise-psd-up .[no] psd ----v-noise-psd-pt-up .[no] param-a .(psd-point) .[no] param-b ----[no] dpbo-profile .[no] cs-psd-shape-up .[no] equal-fext .[no] es-cable-model-b .[no] frequency .[no] min-usable-signal .(band) .[no] frequency .(psd-point) .[no] es-cable-model-a .[no] es-cable-model-c .[no] psd-pbo-par-b-up .[no] cust-psd-ty-up .[no] psd ----cust-rx-psd-pt-up .[no] psd-pbo-par-a-up .[no] max-agpowlev-up .[no] psd-shape-up .(psd-point) .(index) .[no] cust-psd-sc-up .[no] psd ----cust-psd-pt-up .

[no] shine-ratio-dn .[no] min-inp-shine-up .[no] rtx-mode-up .[no] min-inp-shine-dn .7 xDSL Configuration Commands .[no] max-exp-thrpt-up .(index) .[no] max-exp-thrpt-dn .[no] active .[no] leftr-thresh-up .[no] dis-gvect-cpe .[no] plan-exp-thrpt-dn .[no] shine-ratio-up .[no] min-inp-rein-dn .[no] max-delay-up .[no] rs-elect-length .(index) .[no] leftr-thresh-dn .[no] modification ----[no] vect-profile .[no] max-delay-dn .version .(psd-point) .[no] band-control-up .[no] fext-cancel-up .[no] min-delay-dn .[no] active .[no] max-net-rate-dn .[no] modification ----micpsd-pt-down .[no] min-inp-rein-up .[no] legacy-cpe .[no] plan-exp-thrpt-up .[no] active .[no] int-arr-time-dn .[no] band-control-dn .[no] muf-control .[no] psd ----epsd-pt-down .[no] max-net-rate-up .[no] modification 146 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] min-delay-up .name .[no] rtx-mode-dn .(psd-point) .[no] offset .[no] int-arr-time-up .[no] gvec-friendly-cpe .[no] min-exp-thrpt-up .name .version .[no] max-frequency .[no] frequency .[no] fext-cancel-dn .[no] min-exp-thrpt-dn .[no] frequency .[no] vect-leav-thresh .[no] psd ----[no] rtx-profile .

[no] g992-3-aj .name .[no] g993-2-17a .[no] g993-2-8c .[no] ses-nearend .[no] g992-1-b .(if-index) .[no] es-nearend .[no] vect-profile .[no] vce-gain-mode .[no] g992-5-aj .[no] vect-qln-mode ----tca-line-threshold .[no] g992-3-l1 .[no] g993-2-12b .424 .[no] admin-up X bonding-mode .[no] vce-band-plan .[no] rtx-profile .[no] etsi-dts .[no] g992-3-a .[no] g993-2-12a .(index) .[no] spectrum-profile .[no] g992-3-b .[no] g992-5-b .version .7 xDSL Configuration Commands ----[no] vce-profile .[no] g992-3-am .3ah .[no] ansi-t1413 .[no] vce-hist-pcoder .[no] g992-1-a .[no] service-profile .[no] g993-2-8d .[no] uas-nearend .[no] g993-2-8b .[no] active .[no] imp-noise-sensor .[no] enable .[no] g993-2-30a .[no] g992-5-a .[no] g992-2-a .[no] carrier-data-mode .[no] transfer-mode .[no] leftr-nearend .[no] itu-g993-1 .[no] leftr-day-nearend 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 147 .[no] g993-2-8a .[no] etsi-ts .[no] modification ----line .[no] g992-5-am .[no] vce-join-timeout .[no] ansi-t1.[no] dpbo-profile .[no] g992-3-l2 .[no] ieee-802.[no] vce-min-par-join .

[no] max-psd-up .(if-index) .[no] psd ----noise-psd-pt-up .[no] frequency 148 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] uas-day-nearend .[no] dpbo-profile .[no] imp-noise-prot-dn .[no] max-bitrate-up .[no] rtx-mode-dn .[no] leftr-farend .(board-index) .[no] max-bitrate-down .[no] max-exp-thrpt-dn .(psd-point) .7 xDSL Configuration Commands .[no] leftr-thresh-dn .[no] min-inp-shine-up .[no] min-inp-shine-dn .[no] noise-psd-mode-dn .[no] frequency .[no] modification .[no] ses-farend .[no] max-net-rate-dn .[no] trgt-noise-up .[no] es-day-nearend .[no] ses-day-nearend .[no] shine-ratio-dn .[no] trgt-noise-down .[no] min-inp-rein-up .[no] min-delay-up .[no] imp-noise-prot-up .[no] leftr-day-farend ----board .[no] uas-day-farend .[no] max-delay-down .[no] carrier-mask-down .[no] es-farend .[no] max-delay-up .[no] max-net-rate-up .[no] vce-profile ----[no] overrule-data .[no] max-exp-thrpt-up .[no] active ----noise-psd-pt-down .[no] min-delay-dn .[no] es-day-farend .(psd-point) .[no] rtx-max-delay-dn .[no] shine-ratio-up .[no] carrier-mask-up .[no] min-inp-rein-dn .[no] rtx-mode-up .[no] leftr-thresh-up .[no] rtx-max-delay-up .[no] max-psd-down .[no] uas-farend .[no] ses-day-farend .[no] noise-psd-mode-up .

[no] inm-iat-step ----vp-board .[no] psd ----imp-noise-sensor ----near-end .[no] inm-eq-inp-mode .(board-index) .[no] inm-mode .[no] inm-iat-step ----far-end .[no] ins-sensitivity .[no] inm-iat-offset .(if-index) .[no] inm-eq-inp-mode .[no] inm-cluster-cont .[no] inm-cluster-cont .7 xDSL Configuration Commands .vp-link .[no] inm-mode .[no] lt-expect 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 149 .[no] inm-iat-offset .(if-index) .[no] ins-sensitivity .

. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no service-profile (index) ) | ( service-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ (scope) ] [ version <SignedInteger> ] [ no ra-mode-down | ra-mode-down <Xdsl::RAModeDownType> ] [ no ra-mode-up | ra-mode-up <Xdsl::RAModeUpType> ] [ no min-bitrate-down | min-bitrate-down <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no min-bitrate-up | min-bitrate-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no plan-bitrate-down | plan-bitrate-down <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no plan-bitrate-up | plan-bitrate-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-bitrate-down | max-bitrate-down <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-bitrate-up | max-bitrate-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-delay-down | max-delay-down <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> ] [ no max-delay-up | max-delay-up <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> ] [ no max-delay-var-dn | max-delay-var-dn <Xdsl::VariationDelay> ] [ no max-delay-var-up | max-delay-var-up <Xdsl::VariationDelay> ] [ no imp-noise-prot-dn | imp-noise-prot-dn <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no imp-noise-prot-up | imp-noise-prot-up <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> ] [ [ no ] inp-wo-erasure-dn ] [ [ no ] inp-wo-erasure-up ] [ no min-l2-br-down | min-l2-br-down <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ [ no ] active ] ) Command Parameters Table 7.2 xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the DSL service profile.Range: 1 to 63 ms in steps of 1 ms with 1 as special value. The service profile groups all parameters on DSL service level (data rates..e. DESCRIPTION FOR THE COMMAND PARAMETER-SCOPE:The combination scope+profile must be unique.Typically local-profile must be used especially when configuring via CLI.256] index of the profile Table 7. .).7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.2-1 "xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. The service parameters are common for all DSL flavors...Use of network-profile is depreciated.range: [1. Rate Adaption mode.The value 1 is used to specify that fast or pseudo fast latency (i.independent of what local profiles may have been created.2-2 "xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters 150 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . delay. no interleaving). DESCRIPTION FOR THE COMMAND PARAMETER max-delay-down and max-delay-up:The delay is expressed in milliseconds.The network-profile was foreseen to allow management agents to define network-wide unique profiles.a profile index value .

a profile name .] .a bit rate value . usually 1 for new profile optional parameter with default value: "automatic" rate adaptation mode for down stream in in at optional parameter with default value: "automatic" rate adaptation mode for up stream in in at optional parameter with default value: 1024 minimum downstream bit rate to be maintained optional parameter with default value: 64 minimum upstream bit rate to be maintained optional parameter with default value: 1536 planned bitrate in downstream optional parameter with default value: 128 planned bitrate in upstream optional parameter with default Released 151 .automatic : automatic rate adaptive mode at startup downstream .a bit rate value .unit: kbps .range: [0...range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.unit: kbps .a bit rate value .length: 1<=x<=32 Format: local-profile Possible values: ..range: [0..262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .range: [0.automatic : automatic rate adaptive mode at startup upstream ..262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .unit: kbps .local-profile : the local profile Parameter type: <SignedInteger> Format: .range: [0...dynamic : dynamic rate adaptive mode at startup and showtime in upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .operator-ctrld : operator controlled rate adaptive mode downstream .operator-ctrld : operator controlled rate adaptive mode upstream .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .a bit rate value .a signed integer Parameter type: <Xdsl::RAModeDownType> Format: ( operator-ctrld | automatic | dynamic ) Possible values: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .unit: kbps .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> mandatory parameter profile name (scope) version [no] ra-mode-down [no] ra-mode-up [no] min-bitrate-down [no] min-bitrate-up [no] plan-bitrate-down [no] plan-bitrate-up [no] max-bitrate-down 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 obsolete parameter that will be ignored scope of the profile optional parameter version maintained by manager.dynamic : dynamic rate adaptive mode at startup and showtime in downstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::RAModeUpType> Format: ( operator-ctrld | automatic | dynamic ) Possible values: ..

minimum impulse noise protection .a bit rate value .range: [0..minimum impulse noise protection .range: [0.range: [1.unit: 1/10 symbols .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> Format: .a delay time period .unit: kbps .unit: 1/10msec .262143] Parameter type: boolean [no] max-bitrate-up [no] max-delay-down [no] max-delay-up [no] max-delay-var-dn [no] max-delay-var-up [no] imp-noise-prot-dn [no] imp-noise-prot-up [no] active 152 Released optional parameter with default value: 640 maximum bitrate in upstream optional parameter with default value: 16 maximum delay for interleaving function in downstream optional parameter with default value: 16 maximum delay for interleaving function in upstream optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum delay variation in downstream optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum delay variation in upstream optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum impulse noise protection in downstream optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum impulse noise protection in upstream optional parameter min-inp even without erasure detection optional parameter min-inp even without erasure detection optional parameter with default value: 128 minimum downstream bitrate to be maintained during L2 optional parameter The parameter is not visible during creation.a bit rate value ..unit: msec .a bit rate value ..a delay time period .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VariationDelay> Format: ...unit: kbps .160] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> Format: . to activate the profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ...unit: 1/10msec .range: [0.unit: 1/10 symbols .unit: kbps .63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VariationDelay> Format: ...a delay time period ...range: [0.160] Parameter type: boolean [no] inp-wo-erasure-up Parameter type: boolean [no] min-l2-br-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .range: [1..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description value: 6144 maximum bitrate in downstream [no] inp-wo-erasure-dn Format: .unit: msec .range: [1..63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> Format: ...262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: ...range: [1.255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> Format: .a delay time period .range: [0..

The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (ADSL1/2.Use of network-profile is depreciated. The specific values depending on the DSL flavor can be configured via: • configure xdsl spectrum-profile adsl-adsl2 • configure xdsl spectrum-profile re-adsl • configure xdsl spectrum-profile adsl2-plus • configure xdsl spectrum-profile vdsl • configure xdsl spectrum-profile vdsl2 The actual selected operating mode determines which set of DSL specific parameters is used. ADSL2Plus. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no spectrum-profile (index) ) | ( spectrum-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ (scope) ] [ version <SignedInteger> ] [ [ no ] dis-ansi-t1413 ] [ [ no ] dis-etsi-dts ] [ [ no ] dis-g992-1-a ] [ [ no ] dis-g992-1-b ] [ [ no ] dis-g992-2-a ] [ [ no ] dis-g992-3-a ] [ [ no ] dis-g992-3-b ] [ [ no ] g992-3-aj ] [ [ no ] g992-3-l1 ] [ [ no ] g992-3-l2 ] [ [ no ] g992-3-am ] [ [ no ] g992-5-a ] [ [ no ] g992-5-b ] [ [ no ] ansi-t1.Typically local-profile must be used especially when configuring via CLI.The network-profile was foreseen to allow management agents to define network-wide unique profiles. When all the DSL specific flavors are configured the complete profile has to be activated. READSL2. this parameter will be ignored for that flavor. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. DESCRIPTION FOR THE COMMAND PARAMETER-SCOPE:The combination scope+profilemust be unique. VDSL.independent of what local profiles may have been created.VDSL2). These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management).3 xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the DSL spectrum profile. In case a common parameter is not supported for a specific DSL flavor.3ah ] [ [ no ] g992-5-aj ] [ [ no ] g992-5-am ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8b ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8c ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8d ] [ [ no ] g993-2-12a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-12b ] [ [ no ] g993-2-17a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-30a ] [ no min-noise-down | min-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no min-noise-up | min-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no trgt-noise-down | trgt-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no trgt-noise-up | trgt-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no max-noise-down | max-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> ] [ no max-noise-up | max-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> ] [ no carrier-mask-down | carrier-mask-down <Xdsl::CarrierMaskDown> ] [ no carrier-mask-up | carrier-mask-up <Xdsl::CarrierMaskUp> ] [ no rf-band-list | rf-band-list <Xdsl::RFBand> ] [ no power_mgnt_mode | power_mgnt_mode <Xdsl::LinePowerMgtMode> ] [ no l0-time | l0-time <Xdsl::LineL0Time> ] [ no l2-time | l2-time <Xdsl::LineL2Time> ] [ no l2-agpow-red-tx | 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 153 .424 ] [ [ no ] dis-etsi-ts ] [ [ no ] itu-g993-1 ] [ [ no ] ieee-802.

.1 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter disable G.length: 1<=x<=32 Format: local-profile Possible values: .] .992.992.a signed integer Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-etsi-dts Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g992-1-a Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g992-1-b Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g992-2-a Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g992-3-a Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g992-3-b Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-aj Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-l1 Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-l2 Parameter type: boolean (scope) version 154 Released obsolete parameter that will be ignored scope of the profile optional parameter version maintained by manager.1 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter disable G.992.a profile name .992.. usually 1 for new profile optional parameter disable ANSI T1. Table 7.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum US mask 1 optional parameter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter disable G.992.413-1998 optional parameter disable ETSI DTS/TM06006 optional parameter disable G.992.a profile index value .256] index of the profile.3 all digital mode non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.992.local-profile : the local profile Parameter type: <SignedInteger> Format: .range: [1.3-1 "xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .2 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter disable G.7 xDSL Configuration Commands l2-agpow-red-tx <Xdsl::LineL2Atpr> ] [ no modification | modification <Xdsl::ModifyStatus> ] [ [ no ] active ] [ no rau-noise-down | rau-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no rau-noise-up | rau-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no rau-time-down | rau-time-down <Xdsl::RaTime> ] [ no rau-time-up | rau-time-up <Xdsl::RaTime> ] [ no rad-noise-down | rad-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no rad-noise-up | rad-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no rad-time-down | rad-time-down <Xdsl::RaTime> ] [ no rad-time-up | rad-time-up <Xdsl::RaTime> ] [ no l2-agpw-to-red-tx | l2-agpw-to-red-tx <Xdsl::LineL2AtprT> ] ) Command Parameters Table 7.3-2 "xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name mandatory parameter profile name [no] dis-ansi-t1413 Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .3 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.

310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] g992-3-am Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-b Parameter type: boolean [no] ansi-t1.range: [0.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum US mask 2 optional parameter G.424 optional parameter disable ETSI TS optional parameter ITU G993-1 optional parameter IEEE 802.993.a noise margin value .a noise margin value [no] min-noise-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description G.993.3ah optional parameter G.2_12A VDSL-2 with profile 12A optional parameter G.5 extended POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.993.993.2_8C VDSL-2 with profile 8C optional parameter G.993..992.2_12B VDSL-2 with profile 12B optional parameter G.424 Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-etsi-ts Parameter type: boolean [no] itu-g993-1 Parameter type: boolean [no] ieee-802.992..992.993.2_17A VDSL-2 with profile 17A optional parameter G.5 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter ANSI T1.unit: 1/10 db .2_8B VDSL-2 with profile 8B optional parameter G.2_8A VDSL-2 with profile 8A optional parameter G.993.992.5 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.2_30A VDSL-2 with profile 30A optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum noise margin in downstream optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum noise margin in Released 155 .2_8D VDSL-2 with profile 8D optional parameter G.992.992.993.3 extended POTS with non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.5 all digital mode non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.3ah Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-aj Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-am Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8b Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8c Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8d Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-12a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-12b Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-17a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-30a Parameter type: boolean [no] min-noise-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .

.unit: 1/10 db ..unit: 1/10 db .511] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> Format: .a noise margin value .range: [0..a normal noise margin value plus special value .length: 8 Parameter type: <Xdsl::RFBand> Format: .length: x<=80 Parameter type: <Xdsl::LinePowerMgtMode> Format: ( none | l2 | l3 | l2-l3 ) Possible values: .310.range: [0.310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> Format: .310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .range: [0.l2 : only l2 supported .none : l2 or l3 not supported .range: [0..a normal noise margin value plus special value .511] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CarrierMaskDown> Format: .310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: ..length: 64 upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::CarrierMaskUp> Format: .unit: 1/10 db .an octet string bitmask defining carrier mask ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] trgt-noise-down [no] trgt-noise-up [no] max-noise-down [no] max-noise-up [no] carrier-mask-down [no] carrier-mask-up [no] rf-band-list [no] power_mgnt_mode [no] l0-time 156 Released Type Description ..an octet string bitmask defining carrier mask .a noise margin value .a variable lenght octet string defining rf band list .l3 : only l3 supported ..range: [0.l2-l3 : l2 and l3 supported Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineL0Time> Format: optional parameter with default value: 60 target noise margin in downstream optional parameter with default value: 60 target noise margin in upstream optional parameter with default value: 511 maximum noise margin in downstream optional parameter with default value: 511 maximum noise margin in upstream optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00" the downstream carrier mask pattern optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00" the upstream carrier mask pattern optional parameter with default value: "07 : 12 : 07 : d0 : 19 : 0d : ac : 0e : d8 : 19 : 1b : 58 : 1b : bc : 19 : 27 : 74 : 27 : a6 : 19" list of RF bands optional parameter with default value: "none" permission of power management states optional parameter with default value: 255 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ...unit: 1/10 db .unit: 1/10 db .310.

16383] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .range: [0.range: [0.complete : to complete the modifications Parameter type: boolean min time between exit from and entry in l2 state Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .range: [0..a noise margin value ..a data rate value .range: [0.. to activate the profile optional parameter with default value: 70 downstream upshift noise margin for rate adaptation optional parameter with default value: 70 upstream upshift noise margin for rate adaptation optional parameter with default value: 300 downstream minimum upshift rate adaptation interval optional parameter with default value: 300 upstream minimum upshift rate adaptation interval optional parameter with default value: 20 downstream downshift noise margin for rate adaptation optional parameter with default value: 20 upstream downshift noise margin for rate adaptation optional parameter with default Released 157 .1800] Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineL2Atpr> Format: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] l2-time [no] l2-agpow-red-tx [no] modification [no] active [no] rau-noise-down [no] rau-noise-up [no] rau-time-down [no] rau-time-up [no] rad-noise-down [no] rad-noise-up [no] rad-time-down 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ..unit: 1/10 db .unit: sec .range: [0.range: [0.310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RaTime> optional parameter with default value: 60 min time between entry in l2 and first power trim optional parameter with default value: 3 the maximum aggregate transmit power reduction for l2 optional parameter with default value: "complete" to modify the profile optional parameter The parameter is not visible during creation.unit: 1/10 db ..310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RaTime> Format: .start : to start modifying the profile ..310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: ...range: [0.a noise margin value ...range: [0..unit: 1/10 db ...a data rate value .a noise margin value .31] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ModifyStatus> Format: ( start | cancel | complete ) Possible values: .the maximum aggregate transmit power reduction .unit: 1/10 db .310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .unit: sec ..range: [0.a noise margin value ...unit: sec .min time in a state before transitting into another .unit: sec ..min time in a state before transitting into another ..unit: db .1800] Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineL2Time> Format: .cancel : to cancel the modifications done .16383] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RaTime> Format: .

unit: sec ..unit: sec .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] rad-time-up [no] l2-agpw-to-red-tx 158 Released Type Description Format: ..unit: db .a data rate value ...the total maximum aggregate transmit power reduction .16383] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RaTime> Format: ..range: [0.range: [0.range: [0.a data rate value .16383] Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineL2AtprT> Format: ..31] value: 30 downstream minimum downshift rate adaptation interval optional parameter with default value: 30 upstream minimum downshift rate adaptation interval optional parameter with default value: 31 total maximum aggregate transmit power reduction for L2 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

...4-2 "xDSL Artificial Noise Downstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: optional parameter with default value: 0 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 159 . all points following it will also be set to the default values. To clear the entire shape at once. psd 0). a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.200 using the formula -2*(40 + PSD level). When defining a PSD shape. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0.psd point . A special value (-167. These values must be manually converted to the range 0.4 xDSL Artificial Noise Downstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure artificial noise in Downstream This command allows to specify the transmitter-referred artificial noise level to be used as additional noise source at the downstream transmitter.range: [1.. set the first two breakpoints to default values. the psd shape is cleared.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.256] Format: .a profile index value . Artificial Noise PSD points are defined in the range -140dBm/Hz. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.range: [1. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) artificial-noise-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsd> ] Command Parameters Table 7.5 dBm/Hz) (entered value: 255) states no artificial noise has to be applied.4-1 "xDSL Artificial Noise Downstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.-40 dBm/Hz..32] index of the profile. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall). (psd-point) psd-point Table 7..

unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) .255] psd frequency optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..200.range: [0.psd level ..range: [0...30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsd> Format: .unit: khz .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd 160 Released Type Description .frequency .

These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management). The Spectrum Configuration Profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (ADSL1/2.5-1 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL/ADSL2 Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level. READSL2.. This chapter contains the ADSL-ADSL2 flavor specific parameters. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.5 xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL/ADSL2 Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the ADSL and ADSL2 specific part of the DSL spectrum profile. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) adsl-adsl2 [ [ no ] proprietary-feat ] [ no propr-feat-value | propr-feat-value <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> ] [ no max-agpowlev-down | max-agpowlev-down <Xdsl::PowerLevel> ] [ no max-agpowlev-up | max-agpowlev-up <Xdsl::PowerLevel> ] [ no max-psd-down | max-psd-down <Xdsl::Adsl2PowerSpectralDensityDown> ] [ no max-psd-up | max-psd-up <Xdsl::Adsl2PowerSpectralDensityUp> ] [ [ no ] pbo-mode-up ] [ no max-recv-power-up | max-recv-power-up <Xdsl::RxPowerLevel> ] [ no psd-mask-up | psd-mask-up <Xdsl::Adsl2PsdMaskUp> ] Command Parameters Table 7.a profile index value .range: [1.256] index of the profile. ADSL2Plus. VDSL). Table 7.5-2 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL/ADSL2 Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] proprietary-feat Parameter type: boolean obsolete parameter that will be ignored enable proprietary features of the modem 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 161 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile.

.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] propr-feat-value Parameter type: <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> Format: .default : the default mask which is equivalent adlu56-eu56 .range: [-600..unit: 1/10 * dBm .4294967295] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PowerLevel> Format: ..Proprietary feature ..unit: 1/10 * dBm .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PowerLevel> Format: .adlu48-eu48 : mask eu-48 for annex-m and adlu-48 annex-j optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum aggregate power allowed in downstream optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum aggregate power allowed in upstream optional parameter with default value: -400 maximum power spectral density allowed in downstream optional parameter with default value: -380 maximum power spectral density allowed in upstream optional parameter upstream power backoff mode ON optional parameter with default value: 255 the maximum receive power allowed in upstream optional parameter with default value: "default" power spectral density mask in upstream to for for for for for 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [0.unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .adlu32-eu32 : mask eu-32 for annex-m and adlu-32 annex-j .range: [0..range: [-255.unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz ..a received power level value ..adlu44-eu44 : mask eu-44 for annex-m and adlu-44 annex-j .-400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PowerSpectralDensityUp> Format: .adlu40-eu40 : mask eu-40 for annex-m and adlu-40 annex-j .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PowerSpectralDensityDown> Format: .range: [0.a power spectral density value .adlu36-eu36 : mask eu-36 for annex-m and adlu-36 annex-j .a power spectral density value .range: [-600.255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PsdMaskUp> Format: ( default | adlu32-eu32 | adlu36-eu36 | adlu40-eu40 | adlu44-eu44 | adlu48-eu48 | adlu52-eu52 | adlu56-eu56 | adlu60-eu60 | adlu64-eu64 ) Possible values: .-380] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: 1 proprietary feature [no] max-agpowlev-down [no] max-agpowlev-up [no] max-psd-down [no] max-psd-up [no] pbo-mode-up [no] max-recv-power-up [no] psd-mask-up 162 Released Parameter type: <Xdsl::RxPowerLevel> Format: .a power level value ...a power level value ..unit: 1/10 * dBm ...

adlu60-eu60 annex-j .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type .adlu52-eu52 annex-j .adlu64-eu64 annex-j 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description : mask eu-52 for annex-m and adlu-52 for : mask eu-56 for annex-m and adlu-56 for : mask eu-60 for annex-m and adlu-60 for : mask eu-64 for annex-m and adlu-64 for Released 163 .adlu56-eu56 annex-j .

ADSL2Plus. Table 7.6 xDSL Spectrum Profile for RE-ADSL2 Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the Reach Extented ADSL2 specific part of the DSL spectrum profile.range: [1.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.6-1 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for RE-ADSL2 Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . This chapter contains the Reach Extended DSL2 flavor specific parameters. VDSL). The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (ADSL1/2.a profile index value . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) re-adsl [ [ no ] proprietary-feat ] [ no propr-feat-value | propr-feat-value <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> ] [ no max-agpowlev-down | max-agpowlev-down <Xdsl::PowerLevel> ] [ no max-agpowlev-up | max-agpowlev-up <Xdsl::PowerLevel> ] [ no max-psd-down | max-psd-down <Xdsl::ReAdsl2PowerSpectralDensityDown> ] [ no max-psd-up | max-psd-up <Xdsl::ReAdsl2PowerSpectralDensityUp> ] [ [ no ] pbo-mode-up ] [ no max-recv-power-up | max-recv-power-up <Xdsl::RxPowerLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7. Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level. READSL2..6-2 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for RE-ADSL2 Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] proprietary-feat Parameter type: boolean obsolete parameter that will be ignored enable proprietary features of the modem 164 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges..256] index of the profile. These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management).

a power level value .range: [0...range: [0.4294967295] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PowerLevel> Format: .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ReAdsl2PowerSpectralDensityDown> Format: ...range: [0..unit: 1/10 * dBm .range: [-600....Proprietary feature .-329] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: 1 proprietary feature [no] max-agpowlev-down [no] max-agpowlev-up [no] max-psd-down [no] max-psd-up [no] pbo-mode-up [no] max-recv-power-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Parameter type: <Xdsl::RxPowerLevel> Format: .255] optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum aggregate power allowed in downstream optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum aggregate power allowed in upstream optional parameter with default value: -370 maximum power spectral density allowed in downstream optional parameter with default value: -329 maximum power spectral density allowed in upstream optional parameter upstream power backoff mode ON optional parameter with default value: 255 the maximum receive power allowed in upstream Released 165 .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .a received power level value .a power spectral density value ..a power level value .range: [-255.255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PowerLevel> Format: ..unit: 1/10 * dBm ..range: [-600..unit: 1/10 * dBm .-370] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ReAdsl2PowerSpectralDensityUp> Format: .a power spectral density value .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] propr-feat-value Parameter type: <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> Format: .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .

This chapter contains the ADSL2-plus flavor specific parameters.7-1 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL2 Plus Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges..7 xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL2 Plus Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the ADSL2-plus specific part of the DSL spectrum profile. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. ADSL2Plus.a profile index value . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) adsl2-plus [ [ no ] proprietary-feat ] [ no propr-feat-value | propr-feat-value <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> ] [ no max-agpowlev-down | max-agpowlev-down <Xdsl::PowerLevel> ] [ no max-agpowlev-up | max-agpowlev-up <Xdsl::PowerLevel> ] [ no max-psd-down | max-psd-down <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPowerSpectralDensityDown> ] [ no max-psd-up | max-psd-up <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPowerSpectralDensityUp> ] [ no psd-shape-down | psd-shape-down <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPsdShapeDown> ] [ [ no ] pbo-mode-up ] [ no max-recv-power-up | max-recv-power-up <Xdsl::RxPowerLevel> ] [ no psd-mask-up | psd-mask-up <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPsdMaskUp> ] Command Parameters Table 7. These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management). VDSL).256] index of the profile. Table 7.7-2 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for ADSL2 Plus Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] proprietary-feat Parameter type: boolean obsolete parameter that will be ignored enable proprietary features of the 166 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . READSL2. The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (ADSL1/2. Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile..range: [1.

std-psd-down : standard psd mask downstream .custom-psd-down : custom psd shape in downstream ...255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPowerSpectralDensityDown> Format: .a power spectral density value .range: [0.range: [0.unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz ...a power level value .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] propr-feat-value Parameter type: <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> Format: .unit: 1/10 * dBm .a power level value .range: [-600.ca110-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 110 [no] max-agpowlev-down [no] max-agpowlev-up [no] max-psd-down [no] max-psd-up [no] psd-shape-down 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description modem optional parameter with default value: 1 proprietary feature optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum aggregate power allowed in downstream optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum aggregate power allowed in upstream optional parameter with default value: -400 maximum power spectral density allowed in downstream optional parameter with default value: -380 maximum power spectral density allowed in upstream optional parameter with default value: "std-psd-down" power spectral density shape in downstream Released 167 .-380] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPsdShapeDown> Format: ( custom-psd-down | std-psd-down | ca100-psd-down | ca110-psd-down | ca120-psd-down | ca130-psd-down | ca140-psd-down | ca150-psd-down | ca160-psd-down | ca170-psd-down | ca180-psd-down | ca190-psd-down | ca200-psd-down | ca210-psd-down | ca220-psd-down | ca230-psd-down | ca240-psd-down | ca250-psd-down | ca260-psd-down | ca270-psd-down | ca280-psd-down | cust-psd-down : <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusCustPsdShape> ) Possible values: .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PowerLevel> Format: ...ca100-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 100 .range: [-600.unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .a power spectral density value .unit: 1/10 * dBm .-400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPowerSpectralDensityUp> Format: .range: [0.Proprietary feature ...4294967295] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PowerLevel> Format: ..cust-psd-down : custom psd shape in downstream in octet string format ..

default : the default mask which is equivalent adlu56-eu56 .ca250-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 250 .adlu52-eu52 : mask eu-52 for annex-m and adlu-52 annex-j .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] pbo-mode-up .ca270-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 270 ..ca140-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 140 .range: [-255.adlu32-eu32 : mask eu-32 for annex-m and adlu-32 annex-j .a received power level value .ca120-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 120 .ca130-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 130 .an octet string defining custom psd shape .adlu40-eu40 : mask eu-40 for annex-m and adlu-40 annex-j .adlu44-eu44 : mask eu-44 for annex-m and adlu-44 annex-j .adlu36-eu36 : mask eu-36 for annex-m and adlu-36 annex-j .ca170-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 170 .adlu48-eu48 : mask eu-48 for annex-m and adlu-48 annex-j .ca230-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 230 .ca180-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 180 .ca260-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 260 .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusPsdMaskUp> Format: ( default | adlu32-eu32 | adlu36-eu36 | adlu40-eu40 | adlu44-eu44 | adlu48-eu48 | adlu52-eu52 | adlu56-eu56 | adlu60-eu60 | adlu64-eu64 ) Possible values: .ca150-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 150 .ca160-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 160 .ca200-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 200 .ca210-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 210 .ca240-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 240 .ca220-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 220 .adlu56-eu56 : mask eu-56 for annex-m and adlu-56 annex-j optional parameter upstream power backoff mode ON optional parameter with default value: 255 the maximum receive power allowed in upstream optional parameter with default value: "default" power spectral density mask in upstream to for for for for for for for 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..unit: 1/10 * dBm .ca190-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 190 .ca280-psd-down : psd mask downstream with cut-off 280 Field type <Xdsl::Adsl2PlusCustPsdShape> .length: x<=61 Parameter type: boolean [no] max-recv-power-up [no] psd-mask-up 168 Released Description Parameter type: <Xdsl::RxPowerLevel> Format: .

adlu60-eu60 : mask eu-60 for annex-m and adlu-60 for annex-j .adlu64-eu64 : mask eu-64 for annex-m and adlu-64 for annex-j 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 169 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .

To clear the entire shape at once.. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).range: [1. the psd shape is cleared.frequency . The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.range: [0.. Instead of entering octets the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) adsl2-plus cust-psd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFrqAdsl2> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::PsdLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7.20] index of the profile... (psd-point) psd point Table 7. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. When defining a PSD shape.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.unit: khz . When any other breakpoint is set to default values. psd 0).range: [1.8-2 "ADSL2-plus Custom PSD shape Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFrqAdsl2> Format: .256] Format: .a profile index value . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.8 ADSL2-plus Custom PSD shape Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the ADSL2-plus custom psd shape in downstream direction. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way.8-1 "ADSL2-plus Custom PSD shape Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .psd point . all points following it will also be set to the default values.2208] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdLevel> optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency [no] psd 170 Released optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . set the first two breakpoints to default values.. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.

255] value: 0 psd level Released 171 ..unit: -2 * (PSD level in dBm/Hz) .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: ..psd level .range: [0.

This chapter contains the VDSL flavor specific parameters. ADSL2Plus. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.9-1 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command" Resource Parameters 172 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The configured cust-psd-sc-down/cust-psd-ty-down. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. READSL2. cust-rx-psd-sc-up/ cust-rx-psd-ty-up are ignored by the system after activation of the profile if no corresponding breakpoints are configured before the activation.9 xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the VDSL specific part of the DSL spectrum profile. Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl [ [ no ] proprietary-feat ] [ no propr-feat-value | propr-feat-value <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> ] [ no vdsl-band-plan | vdsl-band-plan <Xdsl::VdslBandPlan> ] [ no optional-band | optional-band <Xdsl::OptionalBandUsage> ] [ no optional-endfreq | optional-endfreq <Xdsl::OptionalBandEndFreq> ] [ no adsl-band | adsl-band <Xdsl::AdslBandUsage> ] [ no max-agpowlev-down | max-agpowlev-down <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> ] [ no max-agpowlev-up | max-agpowlev-up <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> ] [ no psd-shape-down | psd-shape-down <Xdsl::VdslPsdShapeDown> ] [ no psd-shape-up | psd-shape-up <Xdsl::VdslPsdShapeUp> ] [ [ no ] pbo-mode-down ] [ no pbo-mode | pbo-mode <Xdsl::PboModeVdsl> ] [ no rx-psd-shape-up | rx-psd-shape-up <Xdsl::RxVdslPsdShapeUp> ] [ no ghstones-pwr-mode | ghstones-pwr-mode <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwr> ] [ no max-band | max-band <Xdsl::VdslMaxBandNum> ] [ no max-freq | max-freq <Xdsl::VdslMaxFrequency> ] [ no m-psd-level-down | m-psd-level-down <Xdsl::MaxPsdDown> ] [ no m-psd-level-up | m-psd-level-up <Xdsl::MaxPsdUp> ] [ no psd-pbo-par-a-up | psd-pbo-par-a-up <Xdsl::ABParamType> ] [ no psd-pbo-par-b-up | psd-pbo-par-b-up <Xdsl::ABParamType> ] [ no cust-psd-sc-down | cust-psd-sc-down <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> ] [ no cust-psd-ty-down | cust-psd-ty-down <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> ] [ no cust-rx-psd-sc-up | cust-rx-psd-sc-up <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> ] [ no cust-rx-psd-ty-up | cust-rx-psd-ty-up <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> ] [ no opt-startfreq | opt-startfreq <Xdsl::OptionalBandStartFreq> ] Command Parameters Table 7. VDSL). These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management).7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (ADSL1/2.

7 xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .256] index of the profile.993.band-plan-c4 : 4 bands of specified frequency .band-plan-a4 : 4 bands of frequency 998 (ITU-T) .annex-a : ITU-T G..annex-b-998ade : ITU-T G.band-plan-c3 : 3 bands of specified frequency .range: [1.band-plan-b2 : 2 bands of frequency 997 .993. Table 7...2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type 998E .2 VDSL2 Annex A (extended) band plan .band-plan-a3 : 3 bands of frequency 998 .2 VDSL2 Annex C band plan Parameter type: <Xdsl::OptionalBandUsage> Format: ( off | up | down ) obsolete parameter that will be ignored enable proprietary features of the modem optional parameter with default value: 1 proprietary feature [no] vdsl-band-plan [no] optional-band 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "band-plan-a4" the VDSL band plan optional parameter with default value: "off" optional band Usage Released 173 .band-plan-b3 : 3 bands of frequency 997 .annex-c : ITU-T G.range: [0.band-plan-c2 : 2 bands of specified frequency .2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type 998ADE .2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type HPE .4294967295] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslBandPlan> Format: ( band-plan-a4 | band-plan-a3 | band-plan-a2 | band-plan-b4 | band-plan-b3 | band-plan-b2 | band-plan-c4 | band-plan-c3 | band-plan-c2 | annex-a | annex-b-998e | annex-b-997e | annex-b-998ade | annex-b-hpe | annex-c ) Possible values: .a profile index value .band-plan-a2 : 2 bands of frequency 998 .2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type 997E .annex-b-997e : ITU-T G.Proprietary feature .993.9-2 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] proprietary-feat Parameter type: boolean [no] propr-feat-value Parameter type: <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> Format: .993.993.annex-b-hpe : ITU-T G.annex-b-998e : ITU-T G.993.band-plan-b4 : 4 bands of frequency 997 (ITU-T) ..

unit: 1/10 * dBm .excl-adsl-upto : usage of adsl spectrum with end frequency Field type <Xdsl::AdslBandEndFreq> .excl-adsl2plus : usage of adsl2plus spectrum is not allowed ..unit: 1/10 * dBm .2208] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> Format: .unit: KHz .off : usage of optional band is not allowed ..end frequency of the ADSL band .range: [-310..unit: KHz .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> Format: ..a power level value .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslPsdShapeDown> Format: ( custom-psd-down | ansi-ftt-ex-m1 | ansi-ftt-ex-m2 | ansi-ftt-cab-m1 | ansi-ftt-cab-m2 | etsi-p-ex-p1-m1 | etsi-p-ex-p1-m2 | etsi-p-ex-p2-m1 | etsi-p-ex-p2-m2 | etsi-p-cab-m1 | etsi-p-cab-m2 | ansi-ftt-m1-adsl | ansi-ftt-m2-adsl | ansi-ftt-m1-adsl-2plus | ansi-ftt-m2-adsl-2plus | etsi-p-x-m1-adsl | etsi-p-x-m2-adsl | etsi-p-m1-adsl-2plus | etsi-p-m2-adsl-2plus | cust-psd-down : <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShapeDwnStream> ) Possible values: optional parameter with default value: 0 optional band end frequency optional parameter with default value: "excl-adsl" adsl band Usage optional parameter with default value: 255 max power allowed on the line in downstream optional parameter with default value: 255 max power allowed on the line in upstream optional parameter with default value: "etsi-p-cab-m1" power spectral density shape in downstream 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .excl-adsl : usage of adsl spectrum is not allowed ..down : optional band can be used for downstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::OptionalBandEndFreq> Format: .up : optional band can be used for upstream .range: [0.range: [276.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] optional-endfreq [no] adsl-band [no] max-agpowlev-down [no] max-agpowlev-up [no] psd-shape-down 174 Released Description Possible values: .138.allow-adsl : usage of adsl spectrum is allowed .a power level value ..an end frequency of the VDSL optional band ...552] Parameter type: <Xdsl::AdslBandUsage> Format: ( allow-adsl | excl-adsl | excl-adsl2plus | excl-adsl-upto : <Xdsl::AdslBandEndFreq> ) Possible values: .range: [-310.

ansi-ftt-cab-m1 : ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-cab-m1 : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-m2-adsl-2plus: ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-ex-m1 : ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-ex-m2 : ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-m1-adsl-2plus : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-ex-p2-m1 : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .custom-psd-down : custom psd shape in downstream .ansi-ftt-m1-adsl : ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-x-m2-adsl : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-ex-m2 : ANSI standard spectral density in upstream .ansi-ftt-cab-m1 : ANSI standard spectral density in upstream optional parameter with default value: "etsi-p-m1" power spectral density shape in upstream Released 175 .ansi-ftt-ex-m1 : ANSI standard spectral density in upstream .an octet string defining custom psd shape .cust-psd-down : custom psd shape in downstream in octet string format .etsi-p-cab-m2 : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-m2-adsl : ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-ex-p1-m2 : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-m1-adsl-2plus: ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd-shape-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .etsi-p-ex-p2-m2 : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-m2-adsl-2plus : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream Field type <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShapeDwnStream> .etsi-p-x-m1-adsl : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .ansi-ftt-cab-m2 : ANSI standard spectral density in downstream .etsi-p-ex-p1-m1 : ETSI standard spectral density in downstream .length: x<=97 Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslPsdShapeUp> Format: ( ansi-ftt-ex-m1 | ansi-ftt-ex-m2 | ansi-ftt-cab-m1 | ansi-ftt-cab-m2 | etsi-p-m1 | etsi-p-m2 ) Possible values: .

etsi-a : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] pbo-mode-down [no] pbo-mode [no] rx-psd-shape-up 176 Released Description .etsi-c : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .etsi-d : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .ansi-f : ansi standard spectral density shape in upstream .pbo-up-pol-us0 : pbo mode ON policing US0 only .ansi-custom-ex : ansi custom spectral density shape in upstream .pbo-up-pol-sd : pbo mode ON policing shutdown .etsi-f : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .etsi-e : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .custom-rx-psd-up : custom receive psd in upstream .pbo-mode-down : upstream power backoff mode OFF .pbo-up-pol-pass : pbo mode ON policing passive Parameter type: <Xdsl::RxVdslPsdShapeUp> optional parameter with default Format: value: "etsi-a" ( custom-rx-psd-up the reference RX PSD shape for | ansi-a upstream | ansi-f | ansi-custom-ex | ansi-custom-cab | etsi-a | etsi-b | etsi-c | etsi-d | etsi-e | etsi-f | etsi-custom-ex | etsi-custom-cab | ab-param | cust-rx-psd-up : <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShape> ) Possible values: .etsi-custom-ex : etsi custom spectral density shape in upstream .ansi-a : ansi standard spectral density shape in upstream .ansi-custom-cab : ansi custom spectral density shape in upstream .etsi-p-m2 : ETSI standard spectral density in upstream Parameter type: boolean obsolete parameter replaced by parameter "pbo-mode" upstream power backoff mode OFF Parameter type: <Xdsl::PboModeVdsl> optional parameter with default Format: value: "pbo-mode-up" ( pbo-mode-down upstream power backoff mode | pbo-mode-up | pbo-up-pol-sd | pbo-up-pol-us0 | pbo-up-pol-pass ) Possible values: .cust-rx-psd-up : custom receive psd in upstream in octet string format .pbo-mode-up : upstream power backoff mode ON .etsi-custom-cab : etsi custom standard spectral density 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .etsi-p-m1 : ETSI standard spectral density in upstream .ansi-ftt-cab-m2 : ANSI standard spectral density in upstream .etsi-b : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .

ulimited : unlimited frequency Field type <Xdsl::VdslMaxFrequency> .range: [-955..1 standard definition .unrestricted : unrestricted bands Field type <Xdsl::VdslMaxBandNum> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] ghstones-pwr-mode [no] max-band [no] max-freq [no] m-psd-level-down [no] m-psd-level-up [no] psd-pbo-par-a-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description shape in upstream .ab-param : ABParameter spectral density shape in upstream Field type <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShape> .length: x<=61 Parameter type: <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwr> Format: ( standard | auto | per-tone-set ) Possible values: ..no-constraint : no constraint on psd level Field type <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> .range: [1104.auto : the max Tx power level is derived from psd-shape-down .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .standard : the max power as per G994.0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MaxPsdUp> Format: ( no-constraint | <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> ) Possible values: ..an octet string defining custom psd shape ..unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ABParamType> Format: optional parameter with default value: "standard" the Tx power control of the G.no-constraint : no constraint on psd level Field type <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> .per-tone-set : choose from the tone sets Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslMaxBandNum> Format: ( unrestricted | <Xdsl::VdslMaxBandNum> ) Possible values: .Max psd level ...2.number of upstream and downstream bands .Max psd level .8] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslMaxFrequency> Format: ( ulimited | <Xdsl::VdslMaxFrequency> ) Possible values: .range: [0.range: [-955..hs tones optional parameter with default value: "unrestricted" max number of bands to be used from specified band plan optional parameter with default value: "ulimited" max frequency that can be used during showtime optional parameter with default value: "no-constraint" max PSD level for downstream optional parameter with default value: "no-constraint" max PSD level for upstream optional parameter with default value: "0f : a0 : 12 : 7a : 15 : 18 Released 177 .unit: KHz .maximum frequency that can be used during showtime ..30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MaxPsdDown> Format: ( no-constraint | <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> ) Possible values: .

mask : PSD mask .138] [no] cust-psd-ty-down [no] cust-rx-psd-sc-up [no] cust-rx-psd-ty-up [no] opt-startfreq 178 Released optional parameter with default value: "mask" psd type optional parameter with default value: "linear" psd scale optional parameter with default value: "mask" psd type optional parameter with default value: 0 optional band end frequency 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .length: 10 : 15 : 18 : 15 : 18" parmtr A val for each band to compute PSD ref for US PBO optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 07 : b9 : 06 : 29 : 04 : 35 : 03 : af" parmtr B val for each band to compute PSD ref for US PBO optional parameter with default value: "linear" psd scale [no] psd-pbo-par-b-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::ABParamType> Format: ..binary string .template : PSD template Parameter type: <Xdsl::OptionalBandStartFreq> Format: .linear : linear scale .template : PSD template Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> Format: ( linear | logarithmic ) Possible values: .range: [0.binary string .logarithmic : logarithmic scale Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> Format: ( mask | template ) Possible values: .linear : linear scale .unit: KHz .a start frequency of the VDSL optional band .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description ..mask : PSD mask .logarithmic : logarithmic scale Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> Format: ( mask | template ) Possible values: .length: 10 [no] cust-psd-sc-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> Format: ( linear | logarithmic ) Possible values: .

and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.10 VDSL Ghs Tones Transmission Power Control Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure transmission power of the G.standard : the max power as per G994.. Activation of regional standards or legacy devices can be handled by implicit (escape) or explicit (non-standard facilities) mechanisms.auto : the max Tx power level is derived from psd-shape-down .manual : custom max Tx power level optional parameter with default value: "standard" power control of the ghstones for tones set a43 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 179 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7..There are various tone sets defined for the control of the transmission power.range: [1.A43C and V43.G.B43.hs tones in VDSL environment.10-2 "VDSL Ghs Tones Transmission Power Control Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] a43 Parameter type: <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> Format: ( standard | auto | manual : <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> ) Possible values: .3125 kHz User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.a profile index value .. The parameters defined are used for control of the transmission power.256] index of the profile. Table 7.The power of each tone of the set shall be equivalent to the given PSD value integrated in a total bandwidth of 4. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl ghstone-set-pwr-ctrl [ no a43 | a43 <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> ] [ no b43 | b43 <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> ] [ no a43c | a43c <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> ] [ no v43 | v43 <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> ] Command Parameters Table 7. viz.10-1 "VDSL Ghs Tones Transmission Power Control Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . A43.1 standard definition .hs is intended to be a robust mechanism for activating a multiplicity of xDSL.

range: [-198.unit: 1/2 * dBm/Hz .manual : custom max Tx power level Field type <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> .auto : the max Tx power level is derived from psd-shape-down .-80] Released optional parameter with default value: "standard" power control of the ghs tones for tones set b43 optional parameter with default value: "standard" power control of the ghs tones for tones set a43c optional parameter with default value: "standard" power control of the ghs tones for tones set v43 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [-198.-80] Parameter type: <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> Format: ( standard | auto | manual : <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> ) Possible values: .standard : the max power as per G994.1 standard definition .power of each DS tone .auto : the max Tx power level is derived from psd-shape-down .power of each DS tone .range: [-198.-80] Parameter type: <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> Format: ( standard | auto | manual : <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> ) Possible values: .-80] Parameter type: <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrCtrl> Format: ( standard | auto | manual : <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> ) Possible values: .unit: 1/2 * dBm/Hz .....range: [-198...power of each DS tone .standard : the max power as per G994.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] b43 [no] a43c [no] v43 180 Description Field type <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> .power of each DS tone .standard : the max power as per G994.unit: 1/2 * dBm/Hz .1 standard definition .unit: 1/2 * dBm/Hz ..manual : custom max Tx power level Field type <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> ..1 standard definition .auto : the max Tx power level is derived from psd-shape-down .manual : custom max Tx power level Field type <Xdsl::GhsTonesTxPwrLvl> .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl cust-psd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::PsdLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way.32] index of the profile.11-2 "VDSL Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: .psd point .11-1 "VDSL Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . the frequency scale and the psd shape type will also be reset to the default value.. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. Instead of entering octets the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. the psd shape is cleared.256] Format: .. Using this method.. To clear the entire shape at once. (psd-point) psd point Table 7. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).range: [1. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.11 VDSL Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the VDSL custom psd shape in downstream direction.. psd 0).7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. set the first two breakpoints to default values. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.frequency optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 181 .range: [1. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.a profile index value . When defining a PSD shape. all points following it will also be set to the default values.

7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd 182 Released Type Description .range: [0.psd level ..unit: khz .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdLevel> Format: ..255] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .unit: -2 * (PSD level in dBm/Hz) .range: [0...

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl cust-rx-psd-pt-up (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::PsdLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.12-1 "VDSL Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. Instead of entering octets the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd.12-2 "VDSL Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: . psd 0). When defining a PSD shape. all points following it will also be set to the default values. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.range: [1. (psd-point) psd point Table 7.range: [1. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges..20] index of the profile. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way. set the first two breakpoints to default values. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).. the frequency scale and the psd shape type will also be reset to the default value.. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. To clear the entire shape at once. Using this method.12 VDSL Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the VDSL custom rx-psd shape in upstream direction.frequency optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 183 .psd point ..a profile index value .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. the psd shape is cleared.256] Format: .

range: [0.30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdLevel> Format: .unit: -2 * (PSD level in dBm/Hz) .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd 184 Released Type Description ..255] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .psd level .unit: khz ..range: [0...

.equal fext band .pbo param A .256] Format: . Parameter A and B can be used for computing the PSD reference for US PBO for each band (including optional band).a profile index value .01 dBm/Hz.range: [0.01 dBm/Hz .. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl pbo (band) [ no param-a | param-a <Xdsl::PboParamA> ] [ no param-b | param-b <Xdsl::PboParamB> ] Command Parameters Table 7.unit: 0.range: [0. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges....40.01 dBm/Hz .80.pbo param B ...range: [1..13-2 "VDSL Power Back Off Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] param-a Parameter type: <Xdsl::PboParamA> Format: .4000.95 dBm/Hz in steps of 0.unit: 0.. The range of parameter A for each band is 40.range: [1.13-1 "VDSL Power Back Off Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .13 VDSL Power Back Off Configuration Command Command Description This command can be used to specify the power back off parameters for each upstream band.8095] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PboParamB> Format: .01 dBm/Hz.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.95 dBm/Hz in steps of 0. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.5] index of the profile..4095] optional parameter with default value: 0L parameter A value [no] param-b 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: 0L parameter B value Released 185 . And the range of parameter B is 0. (band) band index Table 7.

ADSL2Plus.14 xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the VDSL2 specific part of the DSL spectrum profile. READSL2.14-1 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command" Resource Parameters 186 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile. This chapter contains the VDSL2 flavor specific parameters. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.VDSL2). cust-rx-psd-sc-up/cust-rx-psd-ty-up are ignored by the system after activation of the profile if no corresponding breakpoints are configured before the activation. cust-psd-sc-up/ cust-psd-ty-up. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 [ [ no ] proprietary-feat ] [ no propr-feat-value | propr-feat-value <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> ] [ no max-agpowlev-down | max-agpowlev-down <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> ] [ no max-agpowlev-up | max-agpowlev-up <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> ] [ no psd-shape-down | psd-shape-down <Xdsl::Vdsl2PsdShapeDown> ] [ no cs-psd-shape-dn | cs-psd-shape-dn <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShapeDwnStream> ] [ no cs-psd-shape-up | cs-psd-shape-up <Xdsl::Vdsl2CustPsdShape> ] [ no psd-shape-up | psd-shape-up <Xdsl::Vdsl2PsdShapeUp> ] [ no rx-psd-shape-up | rx-psd-shape-up <Xdsl::RxVdsl2PsdShapeUp> ] [ no psd-pbo-e-len-up | psd-pbo-e-len-up <Xdsl::PsdPboElectrLength> ] [ no m-psd-level-down | m-psd-level-down <Xdsl::MaxPsdDown> ] [ no m-psd-level-up | m-psd-level-up <Xdsl::MaxPsdUp> ] [ no psd-pbo-par-a-up | psd-pbo-par-a-up <Xdsl::ABParamType> ] [ no psd-pbo-par-b-up | psd-pbo-par-b-up <Xdsl::ABParamType> ] [ no v-noise-snr-down | v-noise-snr-down <Xdsl::SnrmMode> ] [ no v-noise-snr-up | v-noise-snr-up <Xdsl::SnrmModeUp> ] [ no v-noise-psd-down | v-noise-psd-down <Xdsl::VirtualNoisePsdDownType> ] [ no v-noise-psd-up | v-noise-psd-up <Xdsl::VirtualNoisePsdUpType> ] [ no cust-psd-sc-down | cust-psd-sc-down <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> ] [ no cust-psd-ty-down | cust-psd-ty-down <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> ] [ no cust-psd-sc-up | cust-psd-sc-up <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> ] [ no cust-psd-ty-up | cust-psd-ty-up <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> ] [ no cust-rx-psd-sc-up | cust-rx-psd-sc-up <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> ] [ no cust-rx-psd-ty-up | cust-rx-psd-ty-up <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> ] Command Parameters Table 7. These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management). The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (ADSL1/2. The configured cust-psd-sc-down/cust-psd-ty-down.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. VDSL.

.a power level value .unit: 1/10 * dBm ..range: [-310..length: x<=97 Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShapeDwnStream> Format: ..custom-psd-down : custom psd shape in downstream in octet string format .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .regiona-psd-down : Region A spectral density in downstream .14-2 "xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] proprietary-feat Parameter type: boolean [no] propr-feat-value Parameter type: <Xdsl::ProprFeatValue> Format: .an octet string defining custom psd shape .. Table 7..regionbm1-psd-down : Region BM1 spectral density in downstream .range: [1.4294967295] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> Format: .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VdslPowerLevel> Format: ..regionbm2-psd-down : Region BM2 spectral density in downstream .a power level value .an octet string defining custom psd shape .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::Vdsl2PsdShapeDown> Format: ( cust-psd-down | regiona-psd-down | regionbm1-psd-down | regionbm2-psd-down | regionc-psd-down | custom-psd-down : <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShapeDwnStream> ) Possible values: .cust-psd-down : custom psd shape in downstream .unit: 1/10 * dBm .regionc-psd-down : RegionC spectral density in downstream Field type <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShapeDwnStream> .range: [0.a profile index value .length: x<=97 obsolete parameter that will be ignored enable proprietary features of the modem optional parameter with default value: 1 proprietary feature [no] max-agpowlev-down [no] max-agpowlev-up [no] psd-shape-down [no] cs-psd-shape-dn 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum power allowed on the line in downstream optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum power allowed on the line in upstream optional parameter with default value: "regionbm1-psd-down" power spectral density shape in downstream optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : Released 187 ..range: [-310.Proprietary feature .256] index of the profile.

regionbm1-psd-up : Region BM1 spectral density in upstream .an octet string defining custom psd shape .regionbm2-psd-up : Region BM2 spectral density in upstream .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00" (deprecated)power spectral density shape in downstream optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00" (deprecated)power spectral density shape in upstream optional parameter with default value: "regionbm1-psd-up" power spectral density shape in upstream [no] cs-psd-shape-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::Vdsl2CustPsdShape> Format: .custom-psd-up : custom psd shape in upstream .ansi-a : ansi standard spectral density shape in upstream [no] rx-psd-shape-up 188 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .custom-rx-psd-up : custom recieve psd in upstream .regiona-psd-up : Region A spectral density in upstream .length: x<=61 [no] psd-shape-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::Vdsl2PsdShapeUp> Format: ( regiona-psd-up | regionbm1-psd-up | regionbm2-psd-up | regionc-psd-up | custom-psd-up ) Possible values: .cust-rx-psd-up : custom recieve psd in upstream .regionc-psd-up : RegionC spectral density in upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::RxVdsl2PsdShapeUp> optional parameter with default Format: value: "etsi-a" ( custom-rx-psd-up the reference RX PSD shape for | ansi-a upstream | ansi-f | ansi-custom-ex | ansi-custom-cab | etsi-a | etsi-b | etsi-c | etsi-d | etsi-e | etsi-f | etsi-custom-ex | etsi-custom-cab | ab-param | equal-fext | cust-rx-psd-up : <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShape> ) Possible values: .

no-constraint : no constraint on psd level Field type <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> ..range: [-955.Max psd level .range: [0..length: x<=61 Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdPboElectrLength> Format: ( estimated | <Xdsl::PsdPboLength> ) Possible values: .etsi-custom-cab : etsi custom standard spectral density shape in upstream .0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ABParamType> Format: .etsi-e : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .etsi-custom-ex : etsi custom spectral density shape in upstream .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .electrical parameter AB range .length: 10 Parameter type: <Xdsl::ABParamType> optional parameter with default value: "estimated" the electrical length to be used with the AB parameters optional parameter with default value: "no-constraint" maximum PSD level for downstream optional parameter with default value: "no-constraint" maximum PSD level for upstream optional parameter with default value: "0f : a0 : 12 : 7a : 15 : 18 : 15 : 18 : 15 : 18" par A value for computing the PSD reference for US PBO optional parameter with default Released 189 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd-pbo-e-len-up [no] m-psd-level-down [no] m-psd-level-up [no] psd-pbo-par-a-up [no] psd-pbo-par-b-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ..range: [-955.binary string .unit: 1/2 * dB .etsi-a : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz .0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MaxPsdUp> Format: ( no-constraint | <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> ) Possible values: .an octet string defining custom psd shape .etsi-d : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .estimated : estimated electrical length Field type <Xdsl::PsdPboLength> ..etsi-f : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .ab-param : ABParameter spectral density shape in upstream .Max psd level ..ansi-custom-ex : ansi custom spectral density shape in upstream .ansi-f : ansi standard spectral density shape in upstream .no-constraint : no constraint on psd level Field type <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> ..ansi-custom-cab : ansi custom spectral density shape in upstream .etsi-b : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .equal-fext : equal fext in upstream Field type <Xdsl::VdslCustPsdShape> .etsi-c : etsi standard spectral density shape in upstream .255] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MaxPsdDown> Format: ( no-constraint | <Xdsl::MaxPsdLevelType> ) Possible values: .

mode-3 : Rx referred virtual noise enabled(not supported) Parameter type: <Xdsl::SnrmModeUp> Format: ( mode-1 | mode-2 | mode-3 ) Possible values: .logarithmic : logarithmic scale 190 Released optional parameter with default value: "mode-1" upstream mode of virtual noise SNR Margin optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff" (deprecated)virtual noise level for determining the SNR margin in downstream bands optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff : 00 : 00 : ff" (deprecated)virtual noise level for determining the SNR margin in upstream bands optional parameter with default value: "linear" psd scale 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .length: x<=97 [no] v-noise-psd-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::VirtualNoisePsdUpType> Format: .mode-3 : Rx referred virtual noise enabled Parameter type: <Xdsl::VirtualNoisePsdDownType> Format: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] v-noise-snr-down [no] v-noise-snr-up [no] v-noise-psd-down Type Description Format: .mode-2 : Tx referred virtual noise enabled .length: x<=49 [no] cust-psd-sc-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> Format: ( linear | logarithmic ) Possible values: .linear : linear scale .mode-1 : virtual noise disabled .binary string .binary string .mode-2 : Tx referred virtual noise enabled .binary string .mode-1 : virtual noise disabled .length: 10 value: "00 : 00 : 07 : b9 : 06 : 29 : 04 : 35 : 03 : af" par B value for computing the PSD reference for US PBO optional parameter with default value: "mode-1" downstream mode of virtual noise SNR margin Parameter type: <Xdsl::SnrmMode> Format: ( mode-1 | mode-2 | mode-3 ) Possible values: .

template : PSD template optional parameter with default value: "mask" psd type [no] cust-psd-sc-up [no] cust-psd-ty-up [no] cust-rx-psd-sc-up [no] cust-rx-psd-ty-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "linear" psd scale optional parameter with default value: "mask" psd type optional parameter with default value: "linear" psd scale optional parameter with default value: "mask" psd type Released 191 .mask : PSD mask .logarithmic : logarithmic scale Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> Format: ( mask | template ) Possible values: .linear : linear scale .mask : PSD mask .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] cust-psd-ty-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> Format: ( mask | template ) Possible values: .linear : linear scale .logarithmic : logarithmic scale Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdTypeBit> Format: ( mask | template ) Possible values: .template : PSD template Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> Format: ( linear | logarithmic ) Possible values: .template : PSD template Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdScaleBit> Format: ( linear | logarithmic ) Possible values: .mask : PSD mask .

a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.256] Format: . When defining a PSD shape.frequency optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 192 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . the psd shape is cleared. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 cust-psd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::PsdLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7. To clear the entire shape at once. the frequency scale and the psd shape type will also be reset to the default value...15-2 "VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: .range: [1.15-1 "VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. all points following it will also be set to the default values. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. Using this method.. (psd-point) psd point Table 7.a profile index value .15 VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Downstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the VDSL2 custom psd shape in downstream direction. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way.psd point . different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).range: [1.32] index of the profile. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. Instead of entering octets the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd..7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. psd 0). and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. set the first two breakpoints to default values.

unit: -2 * (PSD level in dBm/Hz) .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdLevel> Format: .range: [0...range: [0.unit: khz ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .psd level .255] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level Released 193 ..

When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. Using this method.256] Format: . Instead of entering octets the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7..frequency optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 194 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.16-2 "VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 cust-psd-pt-up (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::PsdLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7..range: [1. To clear the entire shape at once.16 VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the VDSL2 custom psd shape in downstream direction. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way.20] index of the profile.range: [1. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.a profile index value .. When defining a PSD shape. all points following it will also be set to the default values.16-1 "VDSL2 Custom PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . psd 0).psd point . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.. the frequency scale and the psd shape type will also be reset to the default value. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. set the first two breakpoints to default values. (psd-point) psd point Table 7. the psd shape is cleared. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).

.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdLevel> Format: .unit: khz ...psd level .range: [0.unit: -2 * (PSD level in dBm/Hz) .255] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level Released 195 .range: [0..

and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 cust-rx-psd-pt-up (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::PsdLevel> ] Command Parameters Table 7.17 VDSL2 Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the VDSL2 custom rx-psd shape in upstream direction. To clear the entire shape at once. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. psd 0). the frequency scale and the psd shape type will also be reset to the default value.17-1 "VDSL2 Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .a profile index value .range: [1. set the first two breakpoints to default values.17-2 "VDSL2 Custom RX PSD shape Upstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: . When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. (psd-point) psd point Table 7. Instead of entering octets the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd.. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way.frequency optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 196 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified. the psd shape is cleared. all points following it will also be set to the default values.psd point . It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. Using this method.20] index of the profile. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall)... When defining a PSD shape.range: [1. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.256] Format: .

.psd level .unit: -2 * (PSD level in dBm/Hz) .range: [0.255] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level Released 197 ..range: [0.30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdLevel> Format: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ...unit: khz .

When defining a PSD shape.. When any other breakpoint is set to default values.psd point ..18-2 "VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: . all points following it will also be set to the default values.range: [1.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency [no] psd 198 Released optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified. the psd shape is cleared.18 VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure VDSL2 virtual noise in downstream direction.. (psd-point) psd point Table 7. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 v-noise-psd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> ] Command Parameters Table 7. It helps operator to enter the virtual noise in a user-friendly way.32] index of the profile..18-1 "VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .frequency .a profile index value . The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. Instead of entering octets..range: [0.range: [1. To clear the entire shape at once.unit: khz . set the first two breakpoints to default values. psd 0). It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. as was the case with the earlier command.256] Format: .. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).

255] value: 0 psd level Released 199 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: .range: [0..200..unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) .psd level .

30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency [no] psd 200 Released optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way. (psd-point) psd point Table 7.range: [0. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.19-2 "VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: . the psd shape is cleared. the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd.19 VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure VDSL2 virtual noise in upstream direction.psd level ..19-1 "VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .a profile index value .range: [1. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall). psd 0).range: [1.. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. Instead of entering octets. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. When defining a PSD shape. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.frequency .unit: khz . When any other breakpoint is set to default values.16] index of the profile.. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 v-noise-psd-pt-up (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> ] Command Parameters Table 7. set the first two breakpoints to default values. all points following it will also be set to the default values.. as was the case with the earlier command.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.. To clear the entire shape at once.256] Format: .

.unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) .255] value: 0 psd level Released 201 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: .200.range: [0.psd level ..

unit: 0.range: [1..8 dB to 63 dB in steps of 0.95 dBm/Hz in steps of 0. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. The range of parameter A for each band is 40.01 dBm/Hz..equal fext band .range: [1.18. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.. The special value 0 dB indicates that the modem has to use dedicated mechanism to optimally apply the equal FEXT without providing any manual setting for this parameter.5] index of the profile. And the range of parameter B is 0.1 dB.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 pbo (band) [ no equal-fext | equal-fext <Xdsl::EqualFextUpstreamParam> ] [ no param-a | param-a <Xdsl::PboParamA> ] [ no param-b | param-b <Xdsl::PboParamB> ] Command Parameters Table 7..20-2 "VDSL2 Power Back Off Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] equal-fext Parameter type: <Xdsl::EqualFextUpstreamParam> Format: .pbo equal fext upstream . The equal FEXT reference electrical length parameter value for each band (including optional band) can be used for computing the PSD reference for US equal FEXT PBO. Parameter A and B can be used for computing the PSD reference for US PBO for each band (including optional band).40.8 dB disables equal FEXT UPBO in the respective upstream band.. The range of this parameter for each band is 1.20-1 "VDSL2 Power Back Off Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ...630] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PboParamA> optional parameter with default value: 0L equal fext upstream param [no] param-a 202 Released optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..20 VDSL2 Power Back Off Configuration Command Command Description This command can be used to specify the power back off parameters for each upstream band. (band) band index Table 7. The special value 1.95 dBm/Hz in steps of 0.256] Format: .01 dBm/Hz.80.1 dB .a profile index value .range: [0.

4000..pbo param A .unit: 0.4095] 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: 0L parameter B value Released 203 ..01 dBm/Hz .01 dBm/Hz .range: [0.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description value: 0L parameter A value [no] param-b Format: .pbo param B .range: [0..unit: 0..8095] Parameter type: <Xdsl::PboParamB> Format: .

length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <Xdsl::ElectricalLength> Format: .21 xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command Command Description Downstream power back off profile to configure the modem for a physical line.] .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges..384] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CableModelB> mandatory parameter name of profile [no] es-elect-length [no] es-cable-model-a [no] es-cable-model-b 204 Released optional parameter with default value: 0L exchange side electrical length optional parameter with default value: 0L cable model a optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .a profile index value .cable model param (2^-8 * cable-model) .50] index of profile Table 7.unit: 0... and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.range: [0.2559] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CableModelA> Format: .unit: 2^-8 .electrical length (1/10 * electrical-length) .range: [1.1 dB .range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.21-1 "xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no dpbo-profile (index) ) | ( dpbo-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ no es-elect-length | es-elect-length <Xdsl::ElectricalLength> ] [ no es-cable-model-a | es-cable-model-a <Xdsl::CableModelA> ] [ no es-cable-model-b | es-cable-model-b <Xdsl::CableModelB> ] [ no es-cable-model-c | es-cable-model-c <Xdsl::CableModelC> ] [ no min-usable-signal | min-usable-signal <Xdsl::MinUsableSignalLevel> ] [ no min-frequency | min-frequency <Xdsl::MinFrequency> ] [ no max-frequency | max-frequency <Xdsl::MaxFrequency> ] [ no rs-elect-length | rs-elect-length <Xdsl::RemoteSideElectricalLength> ] [ no muf-control | muf-control <Xdsl::MaxUsableFrequencyControl> ] [ no offset | offset <Xdsl::DpboOffset> ] [ [ no ] active ] [ no modification | modification <Xdsl::ModifyStatus> ] ) Command Parameters Table 7.21-2 "xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.a profile name ...range: [-256.

cable model param (2^-8 * cable-model) ..minimum frequency .unit: 2^-8 Hz^-1 ..range: [-2560.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] es-cable-model-c [no] min-usable-signal [no] min-frequency [no] max-frequency [no] rs-elect-length [no] muf-control [no] offset [no] active [no] modification 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: .unit: 0.range: [0..range: [-256..start : to start modifying the profile .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MaxFrequency> Format: .3000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboOffset> Format: .1 dB .384] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CableModelC> Format: .unit: kHz .0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MinFrequency> Format: .384] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MinUsableSignalLevel> Format: ..2559.unit: kHz .range: [0..cancel : to cancel the modifications done .2559] Parameter type: boolean value: 0L cable model b Parameter type: <Xdsl::ModifyStatus> Format: ( start | cancel | complete ) Possible values: .unit: 0..unit: 2^-8 Hz^-0.5 .maximum usable frequency (1/10 * muf-control) .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RemoteSideElectricalLength> Format: ..complete : to complete the modifications optional parameter with default value: 0L cable model c optional parameter with default value: -1275L minimal usable signal level optional parameter with default value: 0L min frequency optional parameter with default value: 30000L max frequency optional parameter with default value: 0L remote side electrical length optional parameter with default value: 3000L maximal usable frequency optional parameter with default value: 0L offset optional parameter to activate the profile optional parameter with default value: "complete" modify the profile Released 205 .1 dB ..unit: 0..minimum usable signal (1/10 * min-usable-signal) ...range: [0.range: [-256.range: [-1400...dpbo offset (1/10 * offset) .cable model param (2^-8 * cable-model) .remote side electrical length (1/100 * rs-elect-length) ..unit: 0.maximum frequency .25599] Parameter type: <Xdsl::MaxUsableFrequencyControl> Format: ..range: [0.1 dB .01 dB .

.997. This parameter matches the PSDMASKds parameter described in ITU-T G..1 The second sub-set (if any).22-1 "xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ..22-2 "xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command" Command Parameters 206 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . It matches the DPBOLFO parameter described in ITU-T G. Only PSD values within the standard range from -95 to 0 dBm/Hz are guaranteed. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. The second sub-set starts at the first breakpoint whose frequency is lower than the frequency of the previous breakpoint. It matches the DPBOPSDMASKds parameter described in ITU-T G. To clear the entire shape at once.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. the psd shape is cleared.32] index of profile (psd-point) psd point Table 7. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).22 xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command Command Description This command specifies PSD breakpoints of DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask. A number of 2 to 32 PSD breakpoints can be specified. psd 0). User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.1 The successive PSD points of each sub-set must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.range: [1.50] Format: . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. set the first two breakpoints to default values. defines the DPBO Minimum Override Mask. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0.a profile index value .. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl dpbo-profile (index) micpsd-pt-down (psd-point) <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::DpboCustomPsd> ] [ no frequency | frequency Command Parameters Table 7.1 This set of breakpoints may contain two subsets : The first sub-set defines the DPBO Custom PSD Mask. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. all points following it will also be set to the default values.997.997.range: [1.psd point .

unit: -10*dBm/Hz ...7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> Format: .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboCustomPsd> Format: .range: [0.psd level (-10 * PSD-level) .unit: khz ..range: [0.frequency ..1275] optional parameter with default value: 0L psd frequency [no] psd 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: 0L psd level Released 207 .

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. set the first two breakpoints to default values.unit: khz .16] index of profile (psd-point) psd point Table 7. When any other breakpoint is set to default values.23 xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command Command Description This command specifies the Assumed Exchange PSD mask to be protected by the DPBO shaping mechanism at the remote flexibility point.30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboExchangePsd> Format: . The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.range: [0.997.range: [1. psd 0)..7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7..23-2 "xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> Format: .. the psd shape is cleared.. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0.1 A number of 2 to 16 PSD points can be specified..psd point . all points following it will also be set to the default values.psd level (-10 * PSD-level) optional parameter with default value: 0L psd frequency [no] psd 208 Released optional parameter with default value: 0L psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . To clear the entire shape at once.a profile index value .range: [1. Only PSD values within the standard range from -95 to 0 dBm/Hz are guaranteed.frequency . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).50] Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl dpbo-profile (index) epsd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::DpboExchangePsd> ] Command Parameters Table 7. This parameter matches the DPBOEPSD parameter described in ITU-T G..23-1 "xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .

range: [0.1275] 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 209 ..unit: -10*dBm/Hz ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .

128] index of the profile Table 7.a profile index value .a profile name ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.24-2 "xDSL RTX Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.24 xDSL RTX Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the RTX profile which can be used to configure the modem for a physical Line RTX downstream/upstream parameters will have effect. only when the retransmission feature in downstream/upstream is not "forbidden" on the line User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no rtx-profile (index) ) | ( rtx-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ version <SignedInteger> ] [ no rtx-mode-dn | rtx-mode-dn <Xdsl::RtxMode> ] [ no rtx-mode-up | rtx-mode-up <Xdsl::RtxMode> ] [ no min-exp-thrpt-dn | min-exp-thrpt-dn <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no min-exp-thrpt-up | min-exp-thrpt-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no plan-exp-thrpt-dn | plan-exp-thrpt-dn <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no plan-exp-thrpt-up | plan-exp-thrpt-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-exp-thrpt-dn | max-exp-thrpt-dn <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-exp-thrpt-up | max-exp-thrpt-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-net-rate-dn | max-net-rate-dn <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-net-rate-up | max-net-rate-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no min-delay-dn | min-delay-dn <Xdsl::RtxMinDelay> ] [ no min-delay-up | min-delay-up <Xdsl::RtxMinDelay> ] [ no max-delay-dn | max-delay-dn <Xdsl::RtxMaxDelay> ] [ no max-delay-up | max-delay-up <Xdsl::RtxMaxDelay> ] [ no min-inp-shine-dn | min-inp-shine-dn <Xdsl::ShineImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-inp-shine-up | min-inp-shine-up <Xdsl::ShineImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-inp-rein-dn | min-inp-rein-dn <Xdsl::ReinImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-inp-rein-up | min-inp-rein-up <Xdsl::ReinImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no int-arr-time-dn | int-arr-time-dn <Xdsl::RtxInterArrivalTime> ] [ no int-arr-time-up | int-arr-time-up <Xdsl::RtxInterArrivalTime> ] [ no shine-ratio-dn | shine-ratio-dn <Xdsl::RtxShineRatio> ] [ no shine-ratio-up | shine-ratio-up <Xdsl::RtxShineRatio> ] [ no leftr-thresh-dn | leftr-thresh-dn <Xdsl::RtxLeftrThreshold> ] [ no leftr-thresh-up | leftr-thresh-up <Xdsl::RtxLeftrThreshold> ] [ [ no ] active ] [ no modification | modification <Xdsl::RtxModifyStatus> ] ) Command Parameters Table 7.range: [1.] mandatory parameter profile name 210 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.24-1 "xDSL RTX Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .

.range: [0..unit: kbps .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> optional parameter version maintained by manager.unit: kbps .a bit rate value ..range: [0....262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .unit: kbps . usually 1 for new profile optional parameter with default value: "preferred" retransmission mode in downstream optional parameter with default value: "preferred" retransmission mode in upstream optional parameter with default value: 64 minimum expected throughput for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 64 minimum expected throughput for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: 128 planned expected throughput for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 128 planned expected throughput for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: 262143 maximum expected throughput for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 262143 maximum expected throughput for upstream direction optional parameter with default Released 211 ..preferred : retransmission preferred in down/upstream ..forced : retransmission forced in down/upstream .preferred : retransmission preferred in down/upstream .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .testmode : retransmission testmode in down/upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: ..a signed integer Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxMode> Format: ( forbidden | preferred | forced | testmode ) Possible values: ..a bit rate value .a bit rate value .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: ..forbidden : retransmission forbidden in down/upstream ..forced : retransmission forced in down/upstream .forbidden : retransmission forbidden in down/upstream .a bit rate value .a bit rate value .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .unit: kbps .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter version [no] rtx-mode-dn [no] rtx-mode-up [no] min-exp-thrpt-dn [no] min-exp-thrpt-up [no] plan-exp-thrpt-dn [no] plan-exp-thrpt-up [no] max-exp-thrpt-dn [no] max-exp-thrpt-up [no] max-net-rate-dn 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .testmode : retransmission testmode in down/upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxMode> Format: ( forbidden | preferred | forced | testmode ) Possible values: .range: [0.range: [0.262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <SignedInteger> Format: .unit: kbps .unit: kbps .range: [0.range: [0.a bit rate value .

.unit: DMT symbols .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] max-net-rate-up [no] min-delay-dn Type Description Format: .a delay time period ..unit: msec .unit: DMT symbols ...a delay time period .unit: msec ....63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ShineImpNoiseProtection> Format: ..63] [no] max-delay-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxMaxDelay> Format: ..unit: kbps .minimum impulse noise protection .unit: msec ..7] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ReinImpNoiseProtection> Format: .range: [0.63] [no] max-delay-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxMaxDelay> Format: .63] [no] min-inp-shine-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::ShineImpNoiseProtection> Format: .range: [2..a delay time period ..range: [0.range: [0.a bit rate value ..minimum impulse noise protection .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .a bit rate value ..range: [0....unit: kbps .range: [0.63] value: 262143 maximum net data downstream direction Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxMinDelay> Format: .minimum impulse noise protection .unit: DMT symbols ..range: [2.63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ReinImpNoiseProtection> Format: .a delay time period .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxMinDelay> Format: .unit: DMT symbols .7] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxInterArrivalTime> Format: [no] min-inp-rein-dn [no] min-inp-rein-up [no] int-arr-time-dn 212 Released for optional parameter with default value: 262143 maximum net data rate for upstream direction [no] min-delay-up [no] min-inp-shine-up rate optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: 12 maximum instantaneous delay allowed(due to the effect of retransmission) for downstream direction Special value 0 means no delay bounds optional parameter with default value: 12 maximum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for upstream direction Special value 0 means no delay bounds optional parameter with default value: 8 minimum impulse noise protection against shine for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 8 minimum impulse noise protection against shine for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum impulse noise protection against rein for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum impulse noise protection against rein for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: "derivedfrom100hz" 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ...range: [0.range: [0.unit: msec .range: [0.minimum impulse noise protection .

100] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxShineRatio> Format: .99] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxLeftrThreshold> Format: .99] Parameter type: boolean assumed inter-arrival time for rein protection for downstream direction Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxModifyStatus> Format: ( start | cancel | complete ) Possible values: .range: [0.derivedfrom120hz : inter-arrival time derived from 120hz Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxInterArrivalTime> Format: ( derivedfrom100hz | derivedfrom120hz ) Possible values: ..unit: 1/100 .100] Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxLeftrThreshold> Format: .shine ratio .unit: 1/100 ...range: [0.start : enable profile modifications .cancel : stop profile modifications and cancel the changes done ...near-end defect threshold ..derivedfrom120hz : inter-arrival time derived from 120hz Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxShineRatio> Format: .unit: 1/1000 .range: [0.. version) optional parameter with default value: "derivedfrom100hz" assumed inter-arrival time for rein protection for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: 10 shine ratio for downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 10 shine ratio for upstream direction optional parameter with default value: 0 threshold for declaring a near-end defect in downstream direction optional parameter with default value: 0 threshold for declaring a near-end defect in upstream direction optional parameter to activate the profile optional parameter with default value: "complete" profile modification status of an already created profile Released 213 .1.near-end defect threshold .range: [0.complete : activate the changes and disable profile modifications (other than name.unit: 1/1000 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] int-arr-time-up [no] shine-ratio-dn [no] shine-ratio-up [no] leftr-thresh-dn [no] leftr-thresh-up [no] active [no] modification 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ( derivedfrom100hz | derivedfrom120hz ) Possible values: .derivedfrom100hz : inter-arrival time derived from 100hz .1..shine ratio .derivedfrom100hz : inter-arrival time derived from 100hz .

The successive subcarriers must have increasing (>/=) values.25 xDSL Vectoring Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the vectoring profile which can be used for far end crosstalk cancellation. When a specified spectrum band overlaps both directions.a profile name . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no vect-profile (index) ) | ( vect-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ version <SignedInteger> ] [ no fext-cancel-up | fext-cancel-up <Xdsl::VectEnable> ] [ no fext-cancel-dn | fext-cancel-dn <Xdsl::VectEnable> ] [ [ no ] dis-gvect-cpe ] [ [ no ] gvec-friendly-cpe ] [ [ no ] legacy-cpe ] [ no band-control-up | band-control-up <Xdsl::VectBandControl> ] [ no band-control-dn | band-control-dn <Xdsl::VectBandControl> ] [ no vect-leav-thresh | vect-leav-thresh <Xdsl::VectLeavThresh> ] [ [ no ] active ] [ no modification | modification <Xdsl::RtxModifyStatus> ] ) Command Parameters Table 7. usually 1 for new profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . By default.and end-subcarriers.25] index of the profile Table 7. the actual band control will be restricted to the configured bandplan for the specified direction. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. The profile contains vectoring related parameters of the modem.range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.a profile index value .range: [1..7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. Spectrum bands can be controlled per direction. the whole spectrum shall be used for crosstalk cancellation.25-2 "xDSL Vectoring Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: . band-control-up/dn : are the values pairs of begin.25-1 "xDSL Vectoring Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . Maximum 8 bands can be specified.length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <SignedInteger> Format: ..] . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.a signed integer mandatory parameter profile name version 214 Released optional parameter version maintained by manager.

enable : enable vectoring gain and protection of other vectored lines .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] fext-cancel-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectEnable> Format: ( enable | disable | full-disable ) Possible values: .4096] in a variable string which xtalk cancellation is not .enable : enable vectoring gain and protection of other vectored lines ..full-disable : disable vectoring gain and protection of other vectored lines Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: "enable" enable/disable far end xtalk cancellation in upstream direction [no] fext-cancel-dn [no] dis-gvect-cpe [no] gvec-friendly-cpe [no] legacy-cpe [no] band-control-up [no] band-control-dn [no] vect-leav-thresh [no] active [no] modification 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "enable" enable/disable far end xtalk cancellation in downstream direction optional parameter disable g.disable : disable vectoring gain and enable protection of other vectored lines .40000] DS signal.range: [0..specify the disorderly leaving threshold the time between observed loss of .unit: DMT symbols US signal and forced cutoff of the ..max 8 pairs (start/stop subcarrier) of incrementing values defines the downstream spectrum within the range[0.. expressed in DMT symbols Parameter type: boolean optional parameter to activate the profile Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxModifyStatus> optional parameter with default Format: value: "complete" ( start profile modification status of an | cancel already created profile | complete ) Possible values: .vector capable cpe type Parameter type: boolean optional parameter vector friendly cpe type Parameter type: boolean optional parameter legacy cpe type Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectBandControl> optional parameter with default Format: value: "" .max 8 pairs (start/stop subcarrier) of incrementing values defines the upstream spectrum in within the range[0.disable : disable vectoring gain and enable protection of other vectored lines ..cancel : stop profile modifications and cancel the changes done Released 215 ..full-disable : disable vectoring gain and protection of other vectored lines Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectEnable> Format: ( enable | disable | full-disable ) Possible values: .4096] in a variable string in which xtalk cancellation is not .length: x<=16 allowed Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectBandControl> optional parameter with default Format: value: "" .start : enable profile modifications .length: x<=16 allowed Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectLeavThresh> optional parameter with default Format: value: "8" .

7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description . version) 216 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .complete : activate the changes and disable profile modifications (other than name.

7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.26-1 "xDSL Vectoring Control Entity Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .a profile index value . vce-min-par-join: Specifies the supported amount of lines for a group joining.25] index of the profile Table 7. At the moment multiple lines are joining.26-2 "xDSL Vectoring Control Entity Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: . TypeB.. with the intention to avoid impact on active lines. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. this is achieved by not canceling the same number of disturbers which normally could be canceled in the system. TypeM). When changing this parameter. The goal is to force same upstream and downstream band edges for all lines controlled by the vector control entity. The profile contains vectoring processing related parameters. all lines connected to this vectoring control entity need to be re-initialized. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no vce-profile (index) ) | ( vce-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ version <SignedInteger> ] [ no vce-gain-mode | vce-gain-mode <Xdsl::VectGainAchievedMode> ] [ no vce-join-timeout | vce-join-timeout <Xdsl::VectJoinTime> ] [ no vce-min-par-join | vce-min-par-join <Xdsl::VectMinParallelJoins> ] [ no vce-hist-pcoder | vce-hist-pcoder <Xdsl::VectHistPrePostCoder> ] [ no vce-band-plan | vce-band-plan <Xdsl::VectBandPlan> ] [ [ no ] active ] [ no modification | modification <Xdsl::RtxModifyStatus> ] ) Command Parameters Table 7.26 xDSL Vectoring Control Entity Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the vectoring control entity profile. The system should reserve room to guarantee that at least the specified number of lines can join in parallel.range: [1.a profile name mandatory parameter profile name 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 217 . except for differences in US0 frequency limits (TypeA. vce-band-plan: The bandplan needs to cover the widest bandplan up to the highest possible frequency that could be configured via the spectrum profiles to the individual vectored lines.

range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.unit: lines ..993.unit: sec ..2 VDSL2 Annex A (extended) band plan .annex-a : ITU-T G.range: [0.48] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectHistPrePostCoder> Format: ( disable | enable1-2 | enable2 ) Possible values: .at-init : gain achieved at init .auto : waiting time selected by the system Field type <Xdsl::VectJoinTimeout> .disable : historical pre-/postcoder disabled ..a signed integer Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectGainAchievedMode> Format: ( at-init | after-reset | during-showtime ) Possible values: .enable2 : historical pre-/postcoder enabled in phase2 Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectBandPlan> Format: ( annex-a | annex-b-997e | annex-b-998e | annex-b-998ade | annex-b-hpe ) Possible values: .] .993. in all other cases gain achieved at init . usually 1 for new profile optional parameter with default value: "at-init" vectoring control entity gain achieved mode optional parameter with default value: "15" vectoring control entity join timeout optional parameter with default value: "8" vectoring control entity min parallel joinings optional parameter with default value: "disable" vectoring control entity historical pre/post coder optional parameter with default value: "annex-b-998ade" vectoring control entity band plan 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [1.2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan optional parameter version maintained by manager.annex-b-997e : ITU-T G..not-specified : amount of lines for group joining is not specified Field type <Xdsl::VectParallelJoins> .1.during-showtime : gain achieved during showtime (tracking) Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectJoinTime> Format: ( auto | <Xdsl::VectJoinTimeout> ) Possible values: .enable1-2 : historical pre-/postcoder enabled in phase1-2 .after-reset : gain achieved in showtime only after board reset.specify the supported amount of lines for a group joining .60] Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectMinParallelJoins> Format: ( not-specified | <Xdsl::VectParallelJoins> ) Possible values: .specify the queuing time .length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <SignedInteger> Format: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type version [no] vce-gain-mode [no] vce-join-timeout [no] vce-min-par-join [no] vce-hist-pcoder [no] vce-band-plan 218 Released Description .

start : enable profile modifications . version) Released 219 .993.2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type HPE Parameter type: boolean optional parameter to activate the profile Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxModifyStatus> optional parameter with default Format: value: "complete" ( start profile modification status of an | cancel already created profile | complete ) Possible values: .annex-b-hpe : ITU-T G.993.2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type 998E .complete : activate the changes and disable profile modifications (other than name.2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type 998ADE .annex-b-998ade : ITU-T G.cancel : stop profile modifications and cancel the changes done .annex-b-998e : ITU-T G.993.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] active [no] modification 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description type 997E .

the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . In case the operator wants to have crosstalk cancellation.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . Any vectoring profile assigned to a line running in ADSLx mode will be ignored. For the configuration one should associate a spectrum.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> 220 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. The vectoring license counter is incremented when a vectoring profile is assigned to an installed xdsl line. a non-null vectoring profile should be associated to a VDSL2 line. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl line (if-index) [ no service-profile | service-profile <Xdsl::LineServiceProfile> ] [ no spectrum-profile | spectrum-profile <Xdsl::LineSpectrumProfile> ] [ no dpbo-profile | dpbo-profile <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> ] [ no rtx-profile | rtx-profile <Xdsl::LineRtxProfile> ] [ no vect-profile | vect-profile <Xdsl::LineVectProfile> ] [ [ no ] ansi-t1413 ] [ [ no ] etsi-dts ] [ [ no ] g992-1-a ] [ [ no ] g992-1-b ] [ [ no ] g992-2-a ] [ [ no ] g992-3-a ] [ [ no ] g992-3-b ] [ [ no ] g992-3-aj ] [ [ no ] g992-3-l1 ] [ [ no ] g992-3-l2 ] [ [ no ] g992-3-am ] [ [ no ] g992-5-a ] [ [ no ] g992-5-b ] [ [ no ] ansi-t1.3ah ] [ [ no ] g992-5-aj ] [ [ no ] g992-5-am ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8b ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8c ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8d ] [ [ no ] g993-2-12a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-12b ] [ [ no ] g993-2-17a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-30a ] [ no carrier-data-mode | carrier-data-mode <Xdsl::CarrierDataMode> ] [ [ no ] admin-up ] [ bonding-mode <Xdsl::BondingMode> ] [ no transfer-mode | transfer-mode <Xdsl::TpsTcMode> ] [ [ no ] imp-noise-sensor ] [ no vect-qln-mode | vect-qln-mode <Xdsl::QLNmode> ] Command Parameters Table 7.27 xDSL Line Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the xDSL line. a downstream power backoff and a retransmission profile to the line. The vce-profile is applicable for vectoring cancellation of all the physical lines which can be vectored by the board to which the vce-profile has been attached.27-1 "xDSL Line Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . Note: Vectoring Control Engine parameters should be configured via a vce-profile. independent of its running mode.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. a service.424 ] [ [ no ] etsi-ts ] [ [ no ] itu-g993-1 ] [ [ no ] ieee-802.

128] Field type <PrintableString> ..printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .the port number Table 7..none : no profile to associate ..printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineRtxProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::RtxProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineVectProfile> optional parameter with default value: "none" service profile to be configured on this port [no] spectrum-profile [no] dpbo-profile [no] rtx-profile [no] vect-profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "none" spectrum profile to be configured on this port optional parameter with default value: "none" dpbo profile to be configured on this port optional parameter with default value: "none" rtx profile to be configured on this line optional parameter with default Released 221 .printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineSpectrumProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: ..27-2 "xDSL Line Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] service-profile Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineServiceProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::RtxProfilePointer> .profile index .256] Field type <PrintableString> .256] Field type <PrintableString> .name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> .range: [0..none : no profile to associate ..range: [0.profile index .none : no profile to associate .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .range: [0.50] Field type <PrintableString> ..name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> .profile index .range: [0.profile index .none : no profile to associate .name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> ..

424 Parameter type: boolean [no] etsi-ts Parameter type: boolean [no] itu-g993-1 Parameter type: boolean [no] ieee-802.992.3ah 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .992.3 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.25] Field type <PrintableString> .5 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.992.992.992.5 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter ANSI T1.1 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.992.printable string Parameter type: boolean [no] etsi-dts Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-1-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-1-b Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-2-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-b Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-aj Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-l1 Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-l2 Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-am Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-b Parameter type: boolean [no] ansi-t1..992.992.name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::VectProfilePointer> .3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum US mask 1 optional parameter G.3ah Parameter type: boolean 222 Released optional parameter ANSI T1.413-1998 optional parameter ETSI DTS/TM06006 optional parameter G.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description value: "none" vectoring profile to be configured on this line [no] ansi-t1413 Format: ( none | <Xdsl::VectProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .profile index .992..none : no profile to associate .2 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.992.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum US mask 2 optional parameter G.992.3 extended POTS with non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.1 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.range: [0.424 optional parameter ETSI TS optional parameter ITU G993-1 optional parameter IEEE 802.3 all digital mode non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.

2_8C VDSL-2 with profile 8C optional parameter G.2_12B VDSL-2 with profile 12B optional parameter G.bonding : (deprecated)bonding mode for channel-1 Parameter type: <Xdsl::TpsTcMode> optional parameter with default Format: value: "system-default" ( atm tps tc mode | ptm Released 223 .native : (deprecated)native mode for channel-1 .993.2_8B VDSL-2 with profile 8B optional parameter G.2_30A VDSL-2 with profile 30A optional parameter with default value: "off" carrier data measurement collection [no] admin-up bonding-mode [no] transfer-mode 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter set the admin-state of the line to up obsolete parameter that will be ignored channel-1 bonding mode Parameter type: <Xdsl::BondingMode> Format: ( native | atm-bonding | bonding ) Possible values: .atm-bonding : (deprecated)atm bonding mode for channel-1 obsolete alternative replaced by bonding .2_8D VDSL-2 with profile 8D optional parameter G.992.993.993.2_12A VDSL-2 with profile 12A optional parameter G.993.off : disable the collection .993.992.2_17A VDSL-2 with profile 17A optional parameter G.993.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] g992-5-aj Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-am Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8b Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8c Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8d Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-12a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-12b Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-17a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-30a Parameter type: boolean [no] carrier-data-mode Parameter type: <Xdsl::CarrierDataMode> Format: ( off | on | on-init ) Possible values: .5 extended POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.993.on-init : enable and re-initialize the line Parameter type: boolean optional parameter G.on : enable the collection .5 all digital mode non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.993.2_8A VDSL-2 with profile 8A optional parameter G.

without-cancel : without cancellation .with-cancel : with cancellation Command Output Table 7.ptm : ptm mode . 224 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .ignored printable string rtx-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> .created-no-overrules : created no overrules .system-default : determined by the system. name of the dpbo profile This element is only shown in detail mode. name of the spectrum profile This element is only shown in detail mode.created-overrules : created overrules name of the service profile This element is only shown in detail mode. name of the vectoring profile This element is only shown in detail mode.ignored printable string overrule-state Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleState> ( not-created | created-no-overrules | created-overrules ) Possible values: .ignored printable string vect-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> . name of the rtx profile This element is only shown in detail mode.not-created : not created . based on board type Parameter type: boolean optional parameter disable impulse noise monitoring on this xdsl line Parameter type: <Xdsl::QLNmode> optional parameter with default Format: value: "without-cancel" ( without-cancel specify the quiet line noise | with-cancel ) reporting mode Possible values: .27-3 "xDSL Line Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name Type Description service-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> .ignored printable string dpbo-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> .ignored printable string spectrum-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] imp-noise-sensor [no] vect-qln-mode Description | system-default ) Possible values: .atm : atm mode . indicates whether an overrule record is configured and if it are not all 'no-overrules' This element is only shown in detail mode.

28-1 "xDSL Line TCA Threshold Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .the port number Description Table 7. The configuration is specific per xdsl line.28 xDSL Line TCA Threshold Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the Threshold Crossing Alert (TCA) thresholds. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl line (if-index) tca-line-threshold [ [ no ] enable ] [ no es-nearend | es-nearend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no ses-nearend | ses-nearend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no uas-nearend | uas-nearend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no leftr-nearend | leftr-nearend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no leftr-day-nearend | leftr-day-nearend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no es-day-nearend | es-day-nearend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no ses-day-nearend | ses-day-nearend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no uas-day-nearend | uas-day-nearend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no es-farend | es-farend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no ses-farend | ses-farend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no uas-farend | uas-farend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no es-day-farend | es-day-farend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no ses-day-farend | ses-day-farend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no uas-day-farend | uas-day-farend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] [ no leftr-farend | leftr-farend <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> ] [ no leftr-day-farend | leftr-day-farend <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> ] Command Parameters Table 7.28-2 "xDSL Line TCA Threshold Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] enable Parameter type: boolean optional parameter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 225 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.

disable ....disable .range: [0.range: [0..disable .disable .the tca threshold for errored second.900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: .range: [0..the tca threshold for a day errored second.the tca threshold for a day errored second.disable .disable enable the reporting of TCA's for this XDSL line optional parameter with default value: 0 errored seconds at the near end optional parameter with default value: 0 severely errored seconds at the near end optional parameter with default value: 0 unavailable seconds at the near end optional parameter with default value: 0 leftr seconds at the near end optional parameter with default value: 0 leftr seconds at the near end for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 errored seconds at the near end for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 severely errored seconds at the near end for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 unavailable seconds at the near end for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 errored seconds at the far end optional parameter with default value: 0 severely errored seconds at the far end optional parameter with default value: 0 unavailable seconds at the far end optional parameter with default value: 0 errored seconds at the far end for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 severely errored seconds at the far end for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 unavailable seconds at the far end 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . 0 .. 0 .. 0 .disable .. 0 .900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: .86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: . 0 .range: [0.disable .. 0 .range: [0. 0 .the tca threshold for a day errored second..range: [0.. 0 .disable ..900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: .900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: .the tca threshold for a day errored second.86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: ..range: [0.900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: .the tca threshold for errored second.the tca threshold for a day errored second. 0 . 0 ..disable .86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: .86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: .86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] es-nearend [no] ses-nearend [no] uas-nearend [no] leftr-nearend [no] leftr-day-nearend [no] es-day-nearend [no] ses-day-nearend [no] uas-day-nearend [no] es-farend [no] ses-farend [no] uas-farend [no] es-day-farend [no] ses-day-farend [no] uas-day-farend 226 Released Description Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: .the tca threshold for errored second.900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: ...disable ...disable . 0 .the tca threshold for errored second..disable .range: [0.range: [0.the tca threshold for errored second.86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: ... 0 .range: [0..900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: ..disable .the tca threshold for errored second.the tca threshold for a day errored second. 0 .range: [0.the tca threshold for a day errored second.range: [0.the tca threshold for errored second.. 0 .range: [0..

..disable . 0 .900] Parameter type: <Xdsl::DayTcaThreshold> Format: .86400] for a day optional parameter with default value: 0 leftr seconds at the far end optional parameter with default value: 0 leftr seconds at the far end for a day Released 227 ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] leftr-farend [no] leftr-day-farend 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ..the tca threshold for errored second.disable .. 0 ..range: [0.range: [0.range: [0.86400] Parameter type: <Xdsl::IntervalTcaThreshold> Format: .the tca threshold for a day errored second.

29-1 "xDSL Board Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (board-index) Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .29 xDSL Board Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure xdsl parameters related with a specific board. All lines on this board will use this DPBO-profile unless a line-specific DPBO-profile is configured. Note that a physical line can only be vectored if also an xDSL Vectoring profile has been assigned to the line.29-2 "xDSL Board Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] dpbo-profile Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl board (board-index) [ no dpbo-profile | dpbo-profile <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> ] [ no vce-profile | vce-profile <Xdsl::BoardVceProfile> ] Command Parameters Table 7. An already existing Vectoring-Control-Entity(VCE)-profile can be attached to a Board-Level-Vectoring(BLV)-LT or to a System-Level-Vectoring(SLV)-VP board.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.none : no profile to associate optional parameter with default value: "none" dpbo profile index 228 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .the LT slot number board index Table 7. An already existing Downstream-Power-Back-Off(DPBO)-profile can be attached to a board.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. it has to be put to 0. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. The VCE-profile is applicable for vectoring cancellation of all the physical lines which can be vectored by the board. To deconfigure the DBPO-profile.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .

ignored printable string vce-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> ..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type .name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> . 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 229 .none : no profile to associate ...29-3 "xDSL Board Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name Type Description dpbo-profile-name Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> . name of the vectoring control entity profile This element is only shown in detail mode.range: [0.25] Field type <PrintableString> .50] Field type <PrintableString> .profile index .range: [0..printable string [no] vce-profile Description optional parameter with default value: "none" vce profile index Command Output Table 7.name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::VceProfilePointer> .ignored printable string name of the dpbo profile This element is only shown in detail mode.profile index .printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::BoardVceProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::VceProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .

The OverruleData parameters give the ability to the operator to overrule per-line parameters defined in service/spectrum / retransmission profiles. the other RTX downstream/upstream parameters will have no effect on the line.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ( no overrule-data (if-index) ) | ( overrule-data (if-index) [ no max-bitrate-down | max-bitrate-down <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> ] [ no max-bitrate-up | max-bitrate-up <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> ] [ no max-delay-down | max-delay-down <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> ] [ no max-delay-up | max-delay-up <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> ] [ no imp-noise-prot-dn | imp-noise-prot-dn <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no imp-noise-prot-up | imp-noise-prot-up <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no trgt-noise-down | trgt-noise-down <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> ] [ no trgt-noise-up | trgt-noise-up <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> ] [ no max-psd-down | max-psd-down <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> ] [ no max-psd-up | max-psd-up <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> ] [ no carrier-mask-down | carrier-mask-down <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskDown> ] [ no carrier-mask-up | carrier-mask-up <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskUp> ] [ no noise-psd-mode-dn | noise-psd-mode-dn <Xdsl::OverruleNoiseModeDown> ] [ no noise-psd-mode-up | noise-psd-mode-up <Xdsl::OverruleNoiseModeUp> ] [ no rtx-mode-dn | rtx-mode-dn <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMode> ] [ no rtx-mode-up | rtx-mode-up <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMode> ] [ no max-net-rate-dn | max-net-rate-dn <Xdsl::RtxRate> ] [ no max-net-rate-up | max-net-rate-up <Xdsl::RtxRate> ] [ no max-exp-thrpt-dn | max-exp-thrpt-dn <Xdsl::RtxRate> ] [ no max-exp-thrpt-up | max-exp-thrpt-up <Xdsl::RtxRate> ] [ no min-inp-shine-dn | min-inp-shine-dn <Xdsl::RtxShineImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-inp-shine-up | min-inp-shine-up <Xdsl::RtxShineImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-inp-rein-dn | min-inp-rein-dn <Xdsl::RtxReinImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-inp-rein-up | min-inp-rein-up <Xdsl::RtxReinImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no min-delay-dn | min-delay-dn <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMinDelay> ] [ no min-delay-up | min-delay-up <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMinDelay> ] [ no rtx-max-delay-dn | rtx-max-delay-dn <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMaxDelay> ] [ no rtx-max-delay-up | rtx-max-delay-up <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMaxDelay> ] [ no shine-ratio-dn | shine-ratio-dn <Xdsl::RtxOverruleShineRatio> ] [ no shine-ratio-up | shine-ratio-up <Xdsl::RtxOverruleShineRatio> ] [ no leftr-thresh-dn | leftr-thresh-dn <Xdsl::RtxOverruleLeftrThreshold> ] [ no leftr-thresh-up | leftr-thresh-up <Xdsl::RtxOverruleLeftrThreshold> ] [ no modification | modification <Xdsl::ModifyStatus> ] [ [ no ] active ] ) Command Parameters Table 7. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. As long as the RTX downstream/upstream feature has not been enabled.30 xDSL Per Line Overrule Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage part of the DSL OverruleData. RTX downstream/upstream parameters will be overruled when the retransmission feature in downstream/upstream is different from "forbidden" value on the line.30-1 "xDSL Per Line Overrule Configuration Command" Resource Parameters 230 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.

.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .30-2 "xDSL Per Line Overrule Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] max-bitrate-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> ) Possible values: .unit: kbit/s .maximum interleaving delay .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> .bitrate .unit: ms ..unit: ms .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> ) Possible values: .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> ) Possible values: ...range: [0.63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> Format: ( no-overrule optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" maximum bitrate down [no] max-bitrate-up [no] max-delay-down [no] max-delay-up [no] imp-noise-prot-dn 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" maximum bitrate up optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" maximum interleaving delay down optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" maximum interleaving delay up optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" minimum impulse noise Released 231 .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleBitRate> .bitrate .range: [0.the port number Description Table 7..maximum interleaving delay .unit: kbit/s .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .range: [1..range: [1..63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> ) Possible values: .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleInterleavingDelay> ..

.160] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> ) Possible values: .1 symbols .minimum impulse noise protection .unit: dB / 10 .range: [-955.minimum impulse noise protection .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> ..unit: 0.160] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> ) Possible values: .unit: dBm/Hz * 1/10 .target noise margin .range: [0.no-constraint : no overrule protection down optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" minimum impulse noise protection up optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" target noise margin down optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" target noise margin up optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" maximum psd level down optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" maximum psd level up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> ) Possible values: .0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> Format: ( no-overrule | no-constraint | <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> ) Possible values: .range: [0.unit: dB / 10 .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleTargetNoiseMargin> ....7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] imp-noise-prot-up [no] trgt-noise-down [no] trgt-noise-up [no] max-psd-down [no] max-psd-up 232 Released Type Description | <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> ) Possible values: .range: [0.no-constraint : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> .no-overrule : no overrule .range: [0.overrule psd level ...no-overrule : no overrule ..no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleImpNoiseProtection> ..1 symbols .310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> Format: ( no-overrule | no-constraint | <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> ) Possible values: .target noise margin ..unit: 0.

artificial : overrule artificial noise Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleNoiseModeUp> Format: ( no-overrule | virtual | virtual-rx ) Possible values: .length: 8 Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleNoiseModeDown> Format: ( no-overrule | virtual | artificial ) Possible values: .unit: dBm/Hz * 1/10 .no-overrule : no overrule .length: 64 Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskUp> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskUp> ) Possible values: .testmode : retransmission testmode in down/upstream .overrule carrier mask down .nooverrule : retransmission nooverrule in down/upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMode> Format: ( forbidden | preferred optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" overrule carrier mask down optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" overrule carrier mask up optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" noise overrule mode optional parameter with default value: "no-overrule" noise overrule mode optional parameter with default value: "nooverrule" overrule retransmission mode in downstream on lines optional parameter with default value: "nooverrule" overrule retransmission mode in upstream on lines Released 233 .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskUp> ..preferred : retransmission preferred in down/upstream .no-overrule : no overrule .forced : retransmission forced in down/upstream .virtual-rx : overrule Rx referred virtual noise Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMode> Format: ( forbidden | preferred | forced | testmode | nooverrule ) Possible values: .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] carrier-mask-down [no] carrier-mask-up [no] noise-psd-mode-dn [no] noise-psd-mode-up [no] rtx-mode-dn [no] rtx-mode-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Field type <Xdsl::OverrulePsdLevel> .overrule carrier mask up .forbidden : retransmission forbidden in down/upstream .no-overrule : no overrule Field type <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskDown> .range: [-955.overrule psd level ..virtual : overrule Tx referred virtual noise .0] Parameter type: <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskDown> Format: ( no-overrule | <Xdsl::OverruleCarrierMaskDown> ) Possible values: .virtual : overrule Tx referred virtual noise .

262143] [no] max-exp-thrpt-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxRate> Format: .262143] [no] max-exp-thrpt-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxRate> Format: ..63] [no] min-inp-shine-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxShineImpNoiseProtection> Format: .unit: DMT symbols .range: [-1.forbidden : retransmission forbidden in down/upstream .a data rate value .63] [no] min-inp-rein-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxReinImpNoiseProtection> Format: .0.unit: DMT symbols .0.range: [-1.. special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule maximum expected throughput for upstream direction..unit: kbit/s .unit: DMT symbols .range: [-1..0..unit: kbit/s .minimum impulse noise protection . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule minimum impulse noise protection against rein for downstream direction..preferred : retransmission preferred in down/upstream .range: [-1.262143] [no] min-inp-shine-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxShineImpNoiseProtection> Format: .nooverrule : retransmission nooverrule in down/upstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxRate> Format: .0..testmode : retransmission testmode in down/upstream ... special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule minimum impulse noise protection against shine for upstream direction.0.7] [no] min-inp-rein-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxReinImpNoiseProtection> 234 Released optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule maximum net data rate for downstream direction.forced : retransmission forced in down/upstream ..unit: kbit/s . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule maximum net data rate for upstream direction. special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .minimum impulse noise protection ... special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule maximum expected throughput for downstream direction.minimum impulse noise protection .a data rate value . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule minimum impulse noise protection against shine for downstream direction..0.range: [-1.a data rate value .0.range: [-1..262143] [no] max-net-rate-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxRate> Format: .range: [-1.unit: kbit/s .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] max-net-rate-dn Description | forced | testmode | nooverrule ) Possible values: .a data rate value .

range: [-1.unit: msec ...unit: 1/1000 .1.63] [no] rtx-max-delay-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMaxDelay> Format: . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule shine ratio for downstream direction.range: [-1..2.minimum impulse noise protection ..range: [-1.99] 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 235 .100] [no] shine-ratio-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleShineRatio> Format: . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule threshold for declaring a near-end defect in downstream direction....2.. special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule shine ratio for upstream direction. special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule maximum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for downstream direction.range: [-1.shine ratio .0. special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: 2 overrule maximum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for upstream direction..7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description Format: .range: [-1.unit: 1/100 .0.63] [no] shine-ratio-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleShineRatio> Format: .range: [-1..63] [no] rtx-max-delay-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMaxDelay> Format: .63] [no] min-delay-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMinDelay> Format: .0.0.100] [no] leftr-thresh-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleLeftrThreshold> Format: .range: [-1. special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled [no] min-delay-dn Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleMinDelay> Format: .7] value: -1 overrule minimum impulse noise protection against rein for upstream direction.near-end defect threshold .a delay time period . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule minimum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for downstream direction.unit: DMT symbols .a delay time period .unit: msec .0..unit: msec . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule minimum instantaneous delay allowed (due to the effect of retransmission) for upstream direction...a delay time period .0.unit: msec .range: [-1.shine ratio .unit: 1/1000 .a delay time period ....

to activate the profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .0.near-end defect threshold .99] [no] modification Parameter type: <Xdsl::ModifyStatus> Format: ( start | cancel | complete ) Possible values: .complete : to complete the modifications Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: -1 overrule threshold for declaring a far-end defect in upstream direction..unit: 1/100 .range: [-1..1.cancel : to cancel the modifications done . special value -1 means the rtxprofile parameter will not be overruled optional parameter with default value: "complete" modify the profile [no] active 236 Released optional parameter The parameter is not visible during creation.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] leftr-thresh-up Parameter type: <Xdsl::RtxOverruleLeftrThreshold> Format: .start : to start modifying the profile .

different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall). • artificial: overrule noise PSD overrules the artificial noise PSD in the profile When all the (needed) parameters are configured.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.according to the setting of noise-psd-mode-dn • no-overrule:overrule noise PSD is ignored • virtual:overrule noise PSD overrules the virtual noise PSD in the profile. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.otherwise v-noise-snr-down is set to mode-2. Using this method. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. the psd shape is cleared.31-1 "xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Downstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 237 . When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. psd 0). User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. set the first two breakpoints to default values.v-noise-snr-down is set to mode-1. To clear the entire shape at once. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. the complete Overrule Data has to be activated. When defining a PSD shape. In case no overrule noise PSD is specified (empty). The operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd level. the psd shape mode will also be reset to the default value. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl overrule-data (if-index) noise-psd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsd> ] Command Parameters Table 7. The downstream overrule noise PSD shape overrules the downstream virtual or artificial noise PSD shape configured in the profile. all points following it will also be set to the default values. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.31 xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Downstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the virtual/artificial noise in downstream direction. It helps operator to enter the virtual/artificial noise psd shape in a user-friendly way.

7 xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .200..30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsd> Format: ..unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .range: [1..the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> ..the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .32] (psd-point) Description psd point Table 7.range: [0.unit: khz .the port number Format: .range: [0.frequency ..255] optional parameter with default value: 0L psd frequency [no] psd 238 Released optional parameter with default value: 0L psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .psd point .31-2 "xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Downstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: ..psd level .

32 xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Upstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the virtual noise in upstream direction. according to the setting of noise-psd-mode-up: • no-overrule:overrule noise PSD is ignored. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall). It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. To clear the entire shape at once. • virtual-rx:overrule noise PSD overrules the virtual noise PSD in the profile. all points following it will also be set to the default values. When defining a PSD shape. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. the psd shape mode will also be reset to the default value. The upstream overrule noise PSD shape overrules the upstream virtual or artificial noise PSD shape configured in the profile. The operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd level. When all the (needed) parameters are configured.7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.In case no overrule noise PSD is specified (empty). v-noise-snr-up is set to mode-1. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.32-1 "xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Upstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 239 . • virtual:overrule noise PSD overrules the virtual noise PSD in the profile. the complete Overrule Data has to be activated. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. set the first two breakpoints to default values.otherwise v-noise-snr-up is set to mode-2. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl overrule-data (if-index) noise-psd-pt-up (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsd> ] Command Parameters Table 7. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. Using this method. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. psd 0). v-noise-snr-up is set to mode-1.In case no overrule noise PSD is specified (empty). the psd shape is cleared. otherwise v-noise-snr-up is set to mode-3. It helps operator to enter the virtual noise psd shape in a user-friendly way.

psd point ..range: [1.32-2 "xDSL Overrule Noise Psd Shape Upstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .16] (psd-point) Description psd point Table 7.7 xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type ..unit: khz ..unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) ..psd level .frequency .the port number Format: ..255] optional parameter with default value: 0L psd frequency [no] psd 240 Released optional parameter with default value: 0L psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..range: [0.30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsd> Format: .range: [0.200.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .

disable : disable impulse noise monitoring stats collection . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl imp-noise-sensor near-end (if-index) [ no inm-mode | inm-mode <Xdsl::InmMode> ] [ no inm-eq-inp-mode | inm-eq-inp-mode <Xdsl::InmEquivInpMode> ] [ no ins-sensitivity | ins-sensitivity <Xdsl::InsSensitivity> ] [ no inm-cluster-cont | inm-cluster-cont <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> ] [ no inm-iat-offset | inm-iat-offset <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeOffset> ] [ no inm-iat-step | inm-iat-step <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeStep> ] Command Parameters Table 7.the port number Description Table 7.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.33 xDSL INS Near End Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the Impulse-Noise-Sensor parameters for the near-end side.enable : enable impulse noise monitoring stats collection Parameter type: <Xdsl::InmEquivInpMode> Format: optional parameter with default value: "disable" enable upstr impulse noise monitoring stats collection [no] inm-eq-inp-mode 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "mode-0" Released 241 .33-1 "xDSL INS Near End Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . To stop monitoring on the line this InmMode must be disabled. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.33-2 "xDSL INS Near End Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] inm-mode Parameter type: <Xdsl::InmMode> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: . The InmMode must be enabled first to be able to start monitoring.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.

mode-0 : impulse length ..disabled : disable cluster continuation Field type <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> ..range: [-128.127] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> Format: ( disabled | <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> ) Possible values: .unit: DMT Symbol .mode-2 : sum of impulse length in cluster ....64] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeOffset> Format: .inter arrival time step ..511] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeStep> Format: .impulse noise sensitivity .mode-1 : cluster length ..unit: dB / 10 .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] ins-sensitivity [no] inm-cluster-cont [no] inm-iat-offset [no] inm-iat-step 242 Released Type Description ( mode-0 | mode-1 | mode-2 | mode-3 ) Possible values: ..inter arrival time offset .range: [0.mode-3 : gap compensated impulse length in cluster Parameter type: <Xdsl::InsSensitivity> Format: .impulse noise cluster continuation .unit: DMT Symbol .7] equivalent INP mode used for the construction of the INM equivalent INP histograms optional parameter with default value: 0L upstream impulse noise sensor sensitivity optional parameter with default value: "disabled" upstream impulse noise cluster continuation optional parameter with default value: 3L interval offset of upstr inter-arrival time histograms optional parameter with default value: 0L interval width of upstr inter-arrival time histograms 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [3.range: [0.

disable : disable impulse noise monitoring stats collection . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .the port number Description Table 7.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7. The InmMode must be enabled first to be able to start monitoring.34-2 "xDSL INS Far End Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] inm-mode Parameter type: <Xdsl::InmMode> Format: ( disable | enable ) Possible values: .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .enable : enable impulse noise monitoring stats collection Parameter type: <Xdsl::InmEquivInpMode> Format: optional parameter with default value: "disable" enable downstr impulse noise monitoring stats collection [no] inm-eq-inp-mode 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "mode-0" Released 243 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.34-1 "xDSL INS Far End Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .34 xDSL INS Far End Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the Impulse-Noise-Sensor parameters for the far-end side. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl imp-noise-sensor far-end (if-index) [ no inm-mode | inm-mode <Xdsl::InmMode> ] [ no inm-eq-inp-mode | inm-eq-inp-mode <Xdsl::InmEquivInpMode> ] [ no ins-sensitivity | ins-sensitivity <Xdsl::InsSensitivity> ] [ no inm-cluster-cont | inm-cluster-cont <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> ] [ no inm-iat-offset | inm-iat-offset <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeOffset> ] [ no inm-iat-step | inm-iat-step <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeStep> ] Command Parameters Table 7. To stop monitoring on the line this InmMode must be disabled.

impulse noise cluster continuation .disabled : disable cluster continuation Field type <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> ...7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] ins-sensitivity [no] inm-cluster-cont [no] inm-iat-offset [no] inm-iat-step 244 Released Type Description ( mode-0 | mode-1 | mode-2 | mode-3 ) Possible values: ..impulse noise sensitivity .127] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> Format: ( disabled | <Xdsl::ClusterContinuation> ) Possible values: .unit: dB / 10 .unit: DMT Symbol .inter arrival time step .mode-1 : cluster length .mode-3 : gap compensated impulse length in cluster Parameter type: <Xdsl::InsSensitivity> Format: .inter arrival time offset ...7] equivalent INP mode used for the construction of the INM equivalent INP histograms optional parameter with default value: 0L downstream impulse noise sensor sensitivity optional parameter with default value: "disabled" downstream impulse noise cluster continuation optional parameter with default value: 3L interval offset of dwnstr inter-arrival time histograms optional parameter with default value: 0L interval width of dwnstr inter-arrival time histograms 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .64] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeOffset> Format: .range: [0.unit: DMT Symbol .511] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterArrivalTimeStep> Format: ..range: [3.mode-2 : sum of impulse length in cluster .mode-0 : impulse length .range: [-128...range: [0.

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. The lines on these LTs are expected to be vectored.the LT slot number Parameter type: <Xdsl::VectVpLink> Format: .35 xDSL Vectoring Processing Board Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure which LTs should be connected to the vp-board.35-1 "xDSL Vectoring Processing Board Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (board-index) Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands 7.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .the rack number optional parameter with default value: "none" expected lt board slot index 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 245 .none : lt board not specified Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .range: [1. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl vp-board <Xdsl::LsmBoardOrZero> ] (board-index) vp-link <Xdsl::VectVpLink> [ no lt-expect | lt-expect Command Parameters Table 7.35-2 "xDSL Vectoring Processing Board Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] lt-expect Parameter type: <Xdsl::LsmBoardOrZero> Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> | none ) Possible values: ...4] vp board index vp-link the link on the vp board Table 7.specifies the vp-link on the vp-board .

the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .7 xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the LT slot number 246 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

11 Gpon xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command 8.8 Gpon xDSL Line Configuration Command 8.4 Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command 8.8.10 Gpon xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command 8.5 Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command 8.9 Gpon xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command 8.7 ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command 8.1 Gpon xDSL Configuration Command Tree 8.12 Gpon xDSL ONT Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 8-248 8-251 8-254 8-258 8-260 8-263 8-265 8-267 8-271 8-273 8-275 8-277 Released 247 .6 ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command 8.2 Gpon xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command 8.3 Gpon xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command 8.Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.

[no] etsi-ts .[no] min-bitrate-down .[no] g992-5-a .[no] active ----[no] spectrum-profile .1 Gpon xDSL Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands". Command Tree ----configure ----xdsl ----ont ----[no] service-profile .[no] g992-5-am .[no] max-bitrate-up .[no] ansi-t1.[no] min-bitrate-up .[no] g993-2-8b .[no] g993-2-8a .[no] imp-noise-prot-up .[no] max-delay-up .[no] g993-2-12a .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.[no] etsi-dts .[no] ansi-t1413 .[no] ra-mode-down .[no] max-delay-down .[no] dis-g993-2-12b 248 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] g992-3-l2 .[no] g992-3-aj .[no] dis-g993-2-8c .[no] max-bitrate-down .[no] g992-3-am .[no] itu-g993-1 .[no] ieee-802.name .[no] ra-mode-up .[no] g992-3-l1 .[no] g992-3-b .[no] g992-3-a .(index) .[no] g992-5-b .[no] g992-5-aj .[no] g993-2-8d .3ah .[no] g992-2-a .[no] g992-1-a .name .424 .[no] imp-noise-prot-dn .(index) .[no] g992-1-b .

[no] active ----vdsl .(psd-point) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 249 .[no] max-frequency .[no] frequency .[no] trgt-noise-up .[no] spectrum-profile .[no] rf-band-list .[no] m-psd-level-down .[no] adsl-band ----vdsl2 .(index) .[no] g993-2-30a .[no] psd ----line .[no] dpbo-profile .[no] g993-2-12b .[no] es-elect-length .[no] frequency .[no] pm-collect .[no] dis-g993-2-17a .[no] v-noise-snr-down .[no] service-profile .[no] min-frequency .[no] transfer-mode .[no] vdsl-band-plan .[no] psd ----v-noise-psd-pt-up .[no] psd-shape-down .[no] psd-pbo-e-len-up .[no] min-usable-signal .[no] es-cable-model-a .[no] max-noise-down .[no] es-cable-model-b .[no] es-cable-model-c .[no] psd-pbo-par-b-up .[no] g993-2-17a .(if-index) .(psd-point) .[no] dis-g993-2-30a .(psd-point) .[no] g993-2-8c .[no] max-noise-up .[no] pwr-shed-override .[no] max-agpowlev-down .[no] psd-pbo-par-a-up .[no] admin-state ----[no] dpbo-profile .[no] active ----micpsd-pt-down .[no] carrier-data-mode .[no] min-noise-up .[no] pbo-mode .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands .[no] v-noise-snr-up ----v-noise-psd-pt-down .name .[no] min-noise-down .[no] m-psd-level-up .[no] trgt-noise-down .

8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands .(psd-point) .[no] frequency .[no] psd ----interface .[no] frequency .(if-index) .[no] psd ----epsd-pt-down .[no] dpbo-profile 250 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

no more edits are allowed.a profile index value .Range: 1 to 63 ms in steps of 1 ms with 1 as special value. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont ( no service-profile (index) ) | ( service-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ no ra-mode-down | ra-mode-down <Gpon::RAModeType> ] [ no ra-mode-up | ra-mode-up <Gpon::RAModeType> ] [ no min-bitrate-down | min-bitrate-down <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no min-bitrate-up | min-bitrate-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-bitrate-down | max-bitrate-down <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-bitrate-up | max-bitrate-up <Xdsl::BitRate> ] [ no max-delay-down | max-delay-down <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> ] [ no max-delay-up | max-delay-up <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> ] [ no imp-noise-prot-dn | imp-noise-prot-dn <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> ] [ no imp-noise-prot-up | imp-noise-prot-up <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> ] [ [ no ] active ] ) Command Parameters Table 8.] .a profile name . DESCRIPTION FOR THE COMMAND PARAMETERS max-delay-down and max-delay-up:The delay is expressed in milliseconds. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges..256] index of the profile Table 8. WARNING: Service profiles not activated within 15 minutes of creation will be deleted.range: [1.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8. NOTE: This command can be used only with profiles having LOCAL scope. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.2 Gpon xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the xDSL service profile.length: 1<=x<=32 mandatory parameter profile name 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 251 .The value 1 is used to specify that fast or pseudo fast latency (i. Once a profile has been activated.e. no interleaving).range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_..2-1 "Gpon xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .2-2 "Gpon xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .

262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .a bit rate value .operator-ctrld : operator controlled rate adaptive mode downstream ...unit: 1/10 symbols ..range: [1.range: [0.a delay time period ..minimum impulse noise protection .minimum impulse noise protection .unit: kbps .a delay time period ..range: [0.a bit rate value ...unit: 1/10 symbols optional parameter with default value: "automatic" rate adaptation mode for down stream [no] ra-mode-up [no] min-bitrate-down [no] min-bitrate-up [no] max-bitrate-down [no] max-bitrate-up [no] max-delay-down [no] max-delay-up [no] imp-noise-prot-dn [no] imp-noise-prot-up 252 Released in in optional parameter with default value: "automatic" rate adaptation mode for up stream in in optional parameter with default value: 1024 minimum downstream bit rate to be maintained optional parameter with default value: 64 minimum upstream bit rate to be maintained optional parameter with default value: 6144 maximum bitrate in downstream optional parameter with default value: 640 maximum bitrate in upstream optional parameter with default value: 16 maximum delay for interleaving function in downstream optional parameter with default value: 16 maximum delay for interleaving function in upstream optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum impulse noise protection in downstream optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum impulse noise protection in upstream 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] ra-mode-down Parameter type: <Gpon::RAModeType> Format: ( operator-ctrld | automatic ) Possible values: .range: [0.160] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> Format: .a bit rate value .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .range: [0...262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> Format: .63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::InterleavingDelay> Format: .a bit rate value ..automatic : automatic rate adaptive mode at startup downstream Parameter type: <Gpon::RAModeType> Format: ( operator-ctrld | automatic ) Possible values: .range: [0..unit: msec ..unit: kbps .unit: msec .unit: kbps .262143] Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .operator-ctrld : operator controlled rate adaptive mode downstream ..automatic : automatic rate adaptive mode at startup downstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::BitRate> Format: .range: [1.63] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ImpNoiseProtection> Format: .unit: kbps ..

a signed integer scope of the profile This element is only shown in detail mode.range: [0. If the reference count is greater than 0.number of entities using this particular profile . This element is only shown in detail mode.. only allowed value is 1 and cannot be incremented.local-profile : the local profile Parameter type: <SignedInteger> . Released 253 . Parameter type: <AsamProfileRefCount> . and may NOT be deleted. to activate the profile Command Output Table 8. If the value is 0..range: [0.. then this profile is 'in use'.. Indicates the number of entities using this profile.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] active . and can be deleted. This element is only shown in detail mode. then this profile is 'not in use'.65535] version maintained by manager.160] Parameter type: boolean Description optional parameter The parameter is not visible during creation.2-3 "Gpon xDSL Common Service Profile Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name scope version ref-count 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <Xdsl::AsamProfileScope> local-profile Possible values: .

The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on xDSL on physical level. NOTE: This command can be used only with profiles having LOCAL scope. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. Once a profile has been activated. These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management). this parameter will be ignored for that flavor.424 ] [ [ no ] etsi-ts ] [ [ no ] itu-g993-1 ] [ [ no ] ieee-802.3ah ] [ [ no ] g992-5-aj ] [ [ no ] g992-5-am ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8b ] [ [ no ] dis-g993-2-8c ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8d ] [ [ no ] g993-2-12a ] [ [ no ] dis-g993-2-12b ] [ [ no ] dis-g993-2-17a ] [ [ no ] dis-g993-2-30a ] [ no min-noise-down | min-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no min-noise-up | min-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no trgt-noise-down | trgt-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no trgt-noise-up | trgt-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> ] [ no max-noise-down | max-noise-down <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> ] [ no max-noise-up | max-noise-up <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> ] [ no rf-band-list | rf-band-list <Gpon::RFBand> ] [ [ no ] active ] ) Command Parameters Table 8.VDSL2). The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the xDSL flavor used (VDSL. When all the xDSL specific flavors are configure the complete profile has to be activated. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont ( no spectrum-profile (index) ) | ( spectrum-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ [ no ] ansi-t1413 ] [ [ no ] etsi-dts ] [ [ no ] g992-1-a ] [ [ no ] g992-1-b ] [ [ no ] g992-2-a ] [ [ no ] g992-3-a ] [ [ no ] g992-3-b ] [ [ no ] g992-3-aj ] [ [ no ] g992-3-l1 ] [ [ no ] g992-3-l2 ] [ [ no ] g992-3-am ] [ [ no ] g992-5-a ] [ [ no ] g992-5-b ] [ [ no ] ansi-t1. 254 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. no more edits are allowed. The specific values depending on the xDSL flavor can be configured via: • configure xdsl spectrum-profile vdsl • configure xdsl spectrum-profile vdsl2 The actual selected operating mode determines which set of xDSL specific parameters is used.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.3-1 "Gpon xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: index of the profile.3 Gpon xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the xDSL spectrum profile. In case a common parameter is not supported for a specific xDSL flavor.

range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.1 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.5 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter ANSI T1.] .256] Table 8.992.424 optional parameter ETSI TS optional parameter ITU G993-1 optional parameter IEEE 802.992.992.3 extended POTS with non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.3ah Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-aj Parameter type: boolean 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter ANSI T1.992.992.992.1 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G..992.992.992.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum US mask 1 optional parameter G..413-1998 optional parameter ETSI DTS/TM06006 optional parameter G.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.992.424 Parameter type: boolean [no] etsi-ts Parameter type: boolean [no] itu-g993-1 Parameter type: boolean [no] ieee-802.3 POTS non-overlapped spectrum US mask 2 optional parameter G.a profile name .3 ISDN non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.range: [1.length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: boolean [no] etsi-dts Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-1-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-1-b Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-2-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-b Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-aj Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-l1 Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-l2 Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-3-am Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-a Parameter type: boolean [no] g992-5-b Parameter type: boolean [no] ansi-t1.3-2 "Gpon xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name mandatory parameter profile name [no] ansi-t1413 Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .992.5 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.a profile index value .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .3 all digital mode non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.3ah optional parameter Released 255 .2 POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.

.310..2_8C VDSL-2 with profile 8C optional parameter G.992..unit: 1/10 db .a noise margin value .unit: 1/10 db .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] g992-5-am Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8a Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8b Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g993-2-8c Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-8d Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-12a Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g993-2-12b Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g993-2-17a Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-g993-2-30a Parameter type: boolean [no] min-noise-down Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .2_12A VDSL-2 with profile 12A optional parameter disable G.2_8B VDSL-2 with profile 8B optional parameter disable G.993.2_8A VDSL-2 with profile 8A optional parameter G.993.310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .a normal noise margin value plus special value [no] min-noise-up [no] trgt-noise-down [no] trgt-noise-up [no] max-noise-down [no] max-noise-up 256 Released G.2_17A VDSL-2 with profile 17A optional parameter disable G.2_8D VDSL-2 with profile 8D optional parameter G.a noise margin value .unit: 1/10 db .range: [0.992..unit: 1/10 db ....993.a noise margin value .2_30A VDSL-2 with profile 30A optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum noise margin in downstream optional parameter with default value: 0 minimum noise margin in upstream optional parameter with default value: 60 target noise margin in downstream optional parameter with default value: 60 target noise margin in upstream optional parameter with default value: 511 maximum noise margin in downstream optional parameter with default value: 511 maximum noise margin in 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [0.993.310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> Format: ..range: [0.310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .993.5 all digital mode non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.511] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMarginPlus> Format: ..2_12B VDSL-2 with profile 12B optional parameter disable G.a noise margin value ..range: [0.a normal noise margin value plus special value .993.993.5 extended POTS non-overlapped spectrum optional parameter G.unit: 1/10 db .993.310] Parameter type: <Xdsl::NoiseMargin> Format: .range: [0.

Parameter type: <AsamProfileRefCount> . then this profile is 'not in use'.3-3 "Gpon xDSL Common Spectrum Profile Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name scope version ref-count 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <Xdsl::AsamProfileScope> local-profile Possible values: . If the reference count is greater than 0..local-profile : the local profile Parameter type: <SignedInteger> .length: x<=80 upstream Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: "07 : 08 : 07 : d0 : 19 : 0d : ac : 0f : a0 : 19 : 1b : 58 : 1c : 84 : 19 : 27 : 74 : 27 : a6 : 19 : 36 : b0 : 38 : 0e : 19 : 46 : 94 : 46 : f8 : 19 : 52 : 08 : 53 : ca : 19 : 61 : 3a : 61 : 9e : 19 : 6d : 60 : 74 : 04 : 19" list of RF bands optional parameter The parameter is not visible during creation.511] Parameter type: <Gpon::RFBand> Format: .. Indicates the number of entities using this profile..310. and can be deleted. to activate the profile Command Output Table 8.range: [0. This element is only shown in detail mode.range: [0.unit: 1/10 db .65535] version maintained by manager This element is only shown in detail mode.number of entities using this particular profile ..a signed integer scope of the profile This element is only shown in detail mode. If the value is 0.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] rf-band-list [no] active Type Description .a variable lenght octet string defining rf band list . then this profile is 'in use'. Released 257 . and may NOT be deleted.

Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile.. Table 8.993.256] index of the profile. These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management). The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the DSL flavor used (VDSL). and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.993..2 VDSL2 Annex A (extended) band plan .a profile index value . This chapter contains the VDSL flavor specific parameters.4-2 "Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type [no] vdsl-band-plan Parameter type: <Gpon::VdslBandPlan> optional parameter with default Format: value: "annex-a" ( annex-a the VDSL band plan | annex-b-998e | annex-b-998ade ) Possible values: . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.annex-a : ITU-T G. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on DSL on physical level. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile (index) vdsl [ no vdsl-band-plan | vdsl-band-plan <Gpon::VdslBandPlan> ] [ no pbo-mode | pbo-mode <Gpon::PboModeVdsl> ] [ no adsl-band | adsl-band <Gpon::AdslBandUsage> ] Command Parameters Table 8.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.range: [1.4-1 "Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .4 Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the VDSL specific part of the DSL spectrum profile.annex-b-998e : ITU-T G.2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan 258 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

2 VDSL2 Annex B band plan type 998ADE Parameter type: <Gpon::PboModeVdsl> Format: ( pbo-mode-down | pbo-mode-up ) Possible values: ..excl-adsl2plus : usage of adsl2plus spectrum (25kHz.1mhz) is not allowed .pbo-mode-up : upstream power backoff mode ON Parameter type: <Gpon::AdslBandUsage> Format: ( allow-adsl | excl-adsl | excl-adsl2plus | excl-cust-adsl ) Possible values: .1mhz) is allowed .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] pbo-mode [no] adsl-band 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description type 998E .1.excl-adsl : usage of adsl spectrum (25kHz..excl-cust-adsl : usage of adsl spectrum (25kHz..993.2mhz) is not allowed .allow-adsl : usage of adsl spectrum (25kHz.pbo-mode-down : upstream power backoff mode OFF .640kHz) is not allowed optional parameter with default value: "pbo-mode-up" upstream power backoff mode optional parameter with default value: "excl-adsl" adsl band Usage Released 259 .2..1.annex-b-998ade : ITU-T G.

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.VDSL2).5-2 "Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] max-agpowlev-down Parameter type: <Gpon::VdslPowerLevel> Format: .256] index of the profile.5-1 "Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . Note: the activation of the profile has to be done via configure xdsl spectrum-profile. The Spectrum Configuration profile contains parameters which have a common value for all DSL flavors (Common) and parameters which have a specific value depending on the xDSL flavor used (VDSL..8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8. The spectrum profiles groups all parameters on xDSL on physical level.a power level value .. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. This chapter contains the VDSL2 flavor specific parameters.a profile index value .range: [1. Table 8. These parameters are mainly related to the environmental conditions of the line (spectrum management).5 Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manage the VDSL2 specific part of the xDSL spectrum profile.unit: 1/10 * dBm optional parameter with default value: 255 maximum power allowed on the line in downstream 260 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 [ no max-agpowlev-down | max-agpowlev-down <Gpon::VdslPowerLevel> ] [ no psd-shape-down | psd-shape-down <Gpon::Vdsl2PsdShapeDown> ] [ no psd-pbo-e-len-up | psd-pbo-e-len-up <Xdsl::PsdPboElectrLength> ] [ no m-psd-level-down | m-psd-level-down <Gpon::MaxPsdLevel> ] [ no m-psd-level-up | m-psd-level-up <Gpon::MaxPsdLevel> ] [ no psd-pbo-par-a-up | psd-pbo-par-a-up <Xdsl::ABParamType> ] [ no psd-pbo-par-b-up | psd-pbo-par-b-up <Xdsl::ABParamType> ] [ no v-noise-snr-down | v-noise-snr-down <Xdsl::SnrmMode> ] [ no v-noise-snr-up | v-noise-snr-up <Xdsl::SnrmModeUp> ] Command Parameters Table 8.

mode-2 : Tx referred virtual noise enabled Released 261 .unit: 1/2 * dB .range: [0..regiona-psd-down : Region A spectral density in downstream .range: [-600..255] Parameter type: <Gpon::MaxPsdLevel> optional parameter with default Format: value: "-300" .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz upstream .length: 10 par A value for computing the PSD reference for US PBO Parameter type: <Xdsl::ABParamType> optional parameter with default Format: value: "00 : 00 : 03 : 3c : 03 : 3c .255] Parameter type: <Gpon::Vdsl2PsdShapeDown> optional parameter with default Format: value: "regiona-psd-down" ( regiona-psd-down power spectral density shape in | regionbm2-psd-down ) downstream Possible values: .Max psd level maximum PSD level for ..mode-3 : Rx referred virtual noise enabled(not supported) Parameter type: <Xdsl::SnrmModeUp> optional parameter with default Format: value: "mode-1" ( mode-1 upstream mode of virtual noise | mode-2 SNR Margin | mode-3 ) Possible values: .unit: 1/10 * dBm/Hz downstream .mode-2 : Tx referred virtual noise enabled .Max psd level maximum PSD level for .-300] Parameter type: <Xdsl::ABParamType> optional parameter with default Format: value: "00 : 00 : 11 : 46 : 11 : 46 ..8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter [no] psd-shape-down [no] psd-pbo-e-len-up [no] m-psd-level-down [no] m-psd-level-up [no] psd-pbo-par-a-up [no] psd-pbo-par-b-up [no] v-noise-snr-down [no] v-noise-snr-up 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ...regionbm2-psd-down : Region BM2 spectral density in downstream Parameter type: <Xdsl::PsdPboElectrLength> optional parameter with default Format: value: "estimated" ( estimated the electrical length to be used | <Xdsl::PsdPboLength> ) with the AB parameters Possible values: .-300] Parameter type: <Gpon::MaxPsdLevel> optional parameter with default Format: value: "-300" .mode-1 : virtual noise disabled .electrical parameter AB range .binary string : 03 : 3c : 00 : 00" .range: [0.estimated : estimated electrical length Field type <Xdsl::PsdPboLength> .range: [-600..length: 10 par B value for computing the PSD reference for US PBO Parameter type: <Xdsl::SnrmMode> optional parameter with default Format: value: "mode-1" ( mode-1 downstream mode of virtual | mode-2 noise SNR margin | mode-3 ) Possible values: ..mode-1 : virtual noise disabled .binary string : 11 : 46 : 00 : 00" .

5-3 "Gpon xDSL Spectrum Profile for VDSL2 Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name rx-psd-shape-up 262 Released Type Description Parameter type: <Gpon::RxVdsl2PsdShapeUp> ab-param Possible values: .mode-3 : Rx referred virtual noise enabled Command Output Table 8.ab-param : ABParameter spectral density shape in upstream the reference RX PSD shape for upstream This element is only shown in detail mode.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description . 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

256] Format: .. set the first two breakpoints to default values. When any other breakpoint is set to default values.range: [1..frequency .32] index of the profile.6 ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure ONT VDSL2 virtual noise in downstream direction. the psd shape is cleared. Instead of entering octets. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall). When defining a PSD shape. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 v-noise-psd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> ] Command Parameters Table 8. To clear the entire shape at once. as was the case with the earlier command. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.range: [1. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd. (psd-point) psd point Table 8. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.unit: khz optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 263 . all points following it will also be set to the default values.a profile index value ..8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8. It helps operator to enter the virtual noise in a user-friendly way..6-1 "ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. psd 0).psd point . The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0.6-2 "ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Downstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: .

.unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) .range: [0..range: [0.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] psd 264 Description .30000] Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> Format: ...psd level .200.255] Released optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

Instead of entering octets.. the operator can enter numbers corresponding to frequency and psd.30000] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd frequency 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 265 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8. (psd-point) psd point Table 8. To clear the entire shape at once. as was the case with the earlier command. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.a profile index value . When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0. all points following it will also be set to the default values.range: [0.7 ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure ONT VDSL2 virtual noise in upstream direction.16] index of the profile.. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. a minimum of 2 PSD points should be specified.. When defining a PSD shape.7-1 "ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .7-2 "ONT VDSL2 Virtual Noise Upstream Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustFreq> Format: .range: [1..unit: khz .256] Format: ..range: [1. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. psd 0). the psd shape is cleared. It helps operator to enter the custom psd shape in a user-friendly way. set the first two breakpoints to default values. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont spectrum-profile (index) vdsl2 v-noise-psd-pt-up (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::CustFreq> ] [ no psd | psd <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> ] Command Parameters Table 8.frequency .psd level .

range: [0...8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] psd Parameter type: <Xdsl::CustPsdVdsl2VtNoise> Format: .255] optional parameter with default value: 0 psd level 266 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .psd level .unit: -2*(40+PSD level in dBm/Hz) .200.

To deconfigure a line the service-profile and spectrum-profile has to be put to 0. An operational mode is allowed on the line when it is enabled in the op-mode of the line configuration and the op-mode in the xDSL spectrum-profile. The op-mode controls the operational modes allowed on the line.the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.8-1 "Gpon xDSL Line Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: interface index of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Gpon::OntSlotId> / <Gpon::OntPortId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . It can be used to disable an operational mode that is enabled in the spectrum profile but is not allowed on the line. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .8 Gpon xDSL Line Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the xDSL pon line. It uses the same bitmap coding as op-mode in the xDSL spectrum-profile. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont line (if-index) [ no service-profile | service-profile <Xdsl::LineServiceProfile> ] [ no spectrum-profile | spectrum-profile <Xdsl::LineSpectrumProfile> ] [ no dpbo-profile | dpbo-profile <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> ] [ [ no ] g993-2-8c ] [ [ no ] g993-2-12b ] [ [ no ] g993-2-17a ] [ [ no ] g993-2-30a ] [ no transfer-mode | transfer-mode <Gpon::TpsTcMode> ] [ no carrier-data-mode | carrier-data-mode <Gpon::CarrierDataMode> ] [ no pm-collect | pm-collect <Gpon::OntPmTcaCollect> ] [ [ no ] pwr-shed-override ] [ no admin-state | admin-state <Gpon::ItfAdminStatus> ] Command Parameters Table 8. For the configuration one should associate a spectrum and a service profile to the line.'0' is used as special value to indicate that all the modes supported by the line are allowed.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.the ONT identifier 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 267 . The modes which are not supported by the line must be disabled.

none : no profile to associate .range: [0.name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> ...256] Field type <PrintableString> ...2_12B VDSL-2 with profile 12B optional parameter G..range: [0..2_17A VDSL-2 with profile 17A 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .profile index .name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> .range: [1.none : no profile to associate .256] Field type <PrintableString> .993.range: [0.profile index .profile index .14] Field type <Gpon::OntPortId> ..Gpon Ont Slot .993.993.printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineSpectrumProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .range: [1.8-2 "Gpon xDSL Line Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] service-profile optional parameter with default value: "none" service profile to be configured on this port [no] g993-2-8c Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineServiceProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::ProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .2_8C VDSL-2 with profile 8C optional parameter G.none : no profile to associate .Gpon Ont Port .name : profile name Field type <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> .16] Table 8..printable string Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-12b Parameter type: boolean [no] g993-2-17a Parameter type: boolean [no] spectrum-profile [no] dpbo-profile 268 Released optional parameter with default value: "none" spectrum profile to be configured on this port optional parameter with default value: "none" dpbo profile to be configured on this port optional parameter G..8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description Field type <Gpon::OntSlotId> .printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .50] Field type <PrintableString> ..

adminstrative status of the interface Command Output Table 8.testing : l2 VLAN .on-init : enable and re-initialize the line .pm-enable : enable pm .up : set the admin-state to up .down : bridge port .8-3 "Gpon xDSL Line Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name oper-state 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <Itf::ifOperStatus> ( up | down | testing | unknown | dormant | no-value ) Possible values: .ptm : ptm mode Parameter type: <Gpon::CarrierDataMode> Format: ( off | on | on-init | fail ) Possible values: .none : no pm .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] g993-2-30a Parameter type: boolean [no] transfer-mode Parameter type: <Gpon::TpsTcMode> Format: ptm Possible values: .up : permanent virtual circuit . Released 269 .2_30A VDSL-2 with profile 30A optional parameter with default value: "ptm" tps tc mode [no] carrier-data-mode [no] pm-collect [no] pwr-shed-override [no] admin-state Parameter type: <Gpon::ItfAdminStatus> Format: ( up | down ) Possible values: .on : enable the collection .unknown : IPoE the operational state of the interface This element is always shown.fail : failed to enable .tca-enable : enable tca Parameter type: boolean optional parameter G.down : set the admin-state to down optional parameter with default value: "off" carrier data measurement collection optional parameter with default value: "none" performance monitoring and tca threshold collection optional parameter port excluded from DSL class power shedding optional parameter with default value: "down" The parameter is not visible during creation.993.off : disable the collection .do not use Parameter type: <Gpon::OntPmTcaCollect> Format: ( none | pm-enable | tca-enable ) Possible values: .

ignored printable string name of the service profile This element is always shown.no-value : no entry in the table Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands name service-profile-name spectrum-profile-name 270 Released Type Description .dormant : PPPoE .ignored printable string Parameter type: <Xdsl::IgnoredPrintableString> . name of the spectrum profile This element is always shown. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.range: [0.unit: 0.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.electrical length (1/10 * electrical-length) .cable model param (2^-8 * cable-model) . and executed by operators with xdsl privileges..2555] Parameter type: <Gpon::CableModel> Format: .9-1 "Gpon xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges..384] mandatory parameter name of profile [no] es-elect-length [no] es-cable-model-a 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: 0L exchange side electrical length optional parameter with default value: 0L cable model a Released 271 ..a profile name .length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <Gpon::ElectricalLength> Format: .9-2 "Gpon xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .50] index of profile Table 8.a profile index value .] .1 dB ..unit: 2^-8 .range: [1. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont ( no dpbo-profile (index) ) | ( dpbo-profile (index) name <AsamProfileName> [ no es-elect-length | es-elect-length <Gpon::ElectricalLength> ] [ no es-cable-model-a | es-cable-model-a <Gpon::CableModel> ] [ no es-cable-model-b | es-cable-model-b <Gpon::CableModel> ] [ no es-cable-model-c | es-cable-model-c <Gpon::CableModel> ] [ no min-usable-signal | min-usable-signal <Gpon::MinUsableSignalLevel> ] [ no min-frequency | min-frequency <Gpon::MinFrequency> ] [ no max-frequency | max-frequency <Gpon::MaxFrequency> ] [ [ no ] active ] ) Command Parameters Table 8..range: [-256.9 Gpon xDSL DPBO Profile Configuration Command Command Description Downstream power back off profile to configure the modem for a physical Gpon line.

cable model param (2^-8 * cable-model) .30000] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: 0L cable model b [no] es-cable-model-c [no] min-usable-signal [no] min-frequency [no] max-frequency [no] active 272 Released optional parameter with default value: 0L cable model c optional parameter with default value: -1275L minimal usable signal level optional parameter with default value: 0L min frequency optional parameter with default value: 30000L max frequency optional parameter to activate the profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .minimum usable signal (1/10 * min-usable-signal) ....range: [138.unit: kHz .unit: 2^-8 .0] Parameter type: <Gpon::MinFrequency> Format: ..range: [-1275..1 dB .minimum frequency ..unit: 2^-8 .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] es-cable-model-b Parameter type: <Gpon::CableModel> Format: .range: [-256...range: [0.unit: 0..range: [-256.unit: kHz .8832] Parameter type: <Gpon::MaxFrequency> Format: .maximum frequency .384] Parameter type: <Gpon::MinUsableSignalLevel> Format: ..384] Parameter type: <Gpon::CableModel> Format: .cable model param (2^-8 * cable-model) .

psd 0). The second sub-set starts at the first breakpoint whose frequency is lower than the frequency of the previous breakpoint. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.997.10-1 "Gpon xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: . A number of 2 to 32 PSD breakpoints can be specified.10-2 "Gpon xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command" Command Parameters 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 273 . It is allowed that for two successive PSD points.. defines the DPBO Minimum Override Mask. the psd shape is cleared.1 The second sub-set (if any).psd point .1 The successive PSD points of each sub-set must have increasing (>/=) frequencies. It matches the DPBOLFO parameter described in ITU-T G.. This parameter matches the PSDMASKds parameter described in ITU-T G. It matches the DPBOPSDMASKds parameter described in ITU-T G.range: [1. To clear the entire shape at once.10 Gpon xDSL DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask Configuration Command Command Description This command specifies PSD breakpoints of DPBO Mode Independent Custom PSD Mask. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall)..50] Format: .1 This set of breakpoints may contain two subsets : The first sub-set defines the DPBO Custom PSD Mask. When any other breakpoint is set to default values.997. all points following it will also be set to the default values.range: [1. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont dpbo-profile (index) micpsd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> ] [ no psd | psd <Gpon::DpboCustomPsd> ] Command Parameters Table 8.a profile index value .32] index of profile (psd-point) psd point Table 8.997.. set the first two breakpoints to default values. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.

8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> Format: .950] optional parameter with default value: 0L psd frequency [no] psd 274 Released optional parameter with default value: 0L psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..30000] Parameter type: <Gpon::DpboCustomPsd> Format: ...range: [0.unit: khz .unit: -10*dBm/Hz .range: [0.psd level (-10 * PSD-level) ..frequency .

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges. It is allowed that for two successive PSD points. all points following it will also be set to the default values.range: [0.. To clear the entire shape at once. different PSD levels are defined at a same frequency (brickwall).a profile index value . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont dpbo-profile (index) epsd-pt-down (psd-point) [ no frequency | frequency <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> ] [ no psd | psd <Gpon::DpboCustomPsd> ] Command Parameters Table 8. This parameter matches the DPBOEPSD parameter described in ITU-T G.8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.997.psd point .11-2 "Gpon xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] frequency Parameter type: <Xdsl::DpboFrequency> Format: .unit: khz .30000] Parameter type: <Gpon::DpboCustomPsd> optional parameter with default value: 0L psd frequency [no] psd 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default Released 275 ..range: [1. The successive PSD points must have increasing (>/=) frequencies.range: [1. When any other breakpoint is set to default values. set the first two breakpoints to default values. When all break points are set to default values (frequency 0...1 A number of 2 to 16 PSD points can be specified.11-1 "Gpon xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .. psd 0).50] Format: ..11 Gpon xDSL DPBO Exchange PSD Mask Configuration Command Command Description This command specifies the Assumed Exchange PSD mask to be protected by the DPBO shaping mechanism at the remote flexibility point.frequency . the psd shape is cleared.16] index of profile (psd-point) psd point Table 8. Only PSD values within the standard range from -95 to 0 dBm/Hz are guaranteed.

unit: -10*dBm/Hz .950] value: 0L psd level 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ..8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter 276 Released Type Description Format: ..psd level (-10 * PSD-level) .range: [0.

the ONT identifier Description Table 8.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . it has to be put to 0.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . All ports on this ont will use this DPBO-profile unless a line-specific DPBO-profile is configured.12-1 "Gpon xDSL ONT Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (if-index) Format: identification of the port <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PonId> . To deconfigure the DBPO-profile. and executed by operators with xdsl privileges.12 Gpon xDSL ONT Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure xdsl parameters at the GPON ONT Level. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure xdsl ont interface (if-index) [ no dpbo-profile | dpbo-profile <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> ] Command Parameters Table 8. An already existing Downstream-Power-Back-Off(DPBO)-profile can be attached to the GPON ONT.name : profile name optional parameter with default value: "none" dpbo profile index 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 277 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with xdsl privileges.the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .12-2 "Gpon xDSL ONT Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] dpbo-profile Parameter type: <Xdsl::LineDpboProfile> Format: ( none | <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> | name : <PrintableString> ) Possible values: .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands 8.none : no profile to associate .

profile index .8 Gpon xDSL Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description Field type <Xdsl::DpboProfilePointer> .range: [0...printable string 278 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .50] Field type <PrintableString> .

2 ATM PVC Configuration Command 9.1 ATM Configuration Command Tree 9.9.ATM Configuration Commands 9.3 IPOA X-connect L2 interworking port Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 9-280 9-281 9-283 Released 279 .

(port-index) .9 ATM Configuration Commands 9.[no] aal5-encap-type ----[no] ip-cross-connect .next-hop 280 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] admin-down . Command Tree ----configure ----atm ----[no] pvc .(interworking-port) .1 ATM Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "ATM Configuration Commands".cpe .

2 ATM PVC Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure an ATM PVC. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with atm privileges. each ATM VC carries PDUs of exactly one protocol type. In the VC Multiplexing method. and vc-mux-pppoa. • automatic:ip is used for auto-detection between llc-snap.9 ATM Configuration Commands 9. pppoa and pppoe dataframes are accepted. vc-mux-bridged-8023. and IPoE • llc-snap-routed and vc-mux-routed can be used for IPoA • llc-nlpid and vc-mux-pppoa can be used for PPPoA It is also possible to automatically detect the used encapsulation type on the link. • automatic:pppoa is used for auto-detection between llc-nlpid and vc-mux-pppoa. • automatic:ipoe-ppp is used for auto-detection between llc-snap. only pppoa dataframes are accepted. llc-nlpid. llc-nlpid and vc-mux-pppoa. pppoa and pppoe dataframes are accepted. llc-snap-routed. PPPoE. The LLC Encapsulation method allows the multiplexing of multiple protocols over a single ATM VC. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure atm ( no pvc (port-index) ) | ( pvc (port-index) [ [ no ] admin-down ] [ no aal5-encap-type | aal5-encap-type <Atm::VccEncapType> ] ) Command Parameters Table 9. ipoe. vc-mux-bridged-8023. and vc-mux-routed. vc-mux-bridged-8023. The protocol type of each PDU is identified by a prefixed IEEE 802. • automatic:ppp is used for auto-detection between llc-snap. there is a separate VC for each protocol type. The only encapsulation type supported on L2 LTs is llc-snap. ipoe and ipoa dataframes are accepted. When multiple protocols must be transported. The admin status allows or disallows traffic on the PVC. Use of the encapsulations: • llc-snap and vc-mux-bridged-8023 can be used for cross-connects. ibridge.2-1 "ATM PVC Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (port-index) Format: the atm static Interface with vpi <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / and vci <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiMandatoryId> : 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 281 . The encapsulation type configures the way higher-layer traffic is encapsulated in the AAL5 container.2 LLC header. and executed by operators with atm privileges.

vc-mux-routed : virtual channel multiplex routed protocol .ipoe-ppp : autodetection of the used ip or ppp encapsulation optional parameter disable traffic flow optional parameter with default value: "llc-snap" The parameter is not visible during modification.ppp : autodetection of the used ppp encapsulation .9 ATM Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description <Eqpt::VciMandatoryId> Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .llc-snap-routed : logical link control encapsulation routed protocol .vc-mux-bridged-8023 : virtual channel multiplex bridged protocol .atm VCI Table 9.automatic : automatic detection of encapsulation type Possible values: .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .vc-mux-pppoa : virtual channel multiplex pppoa protocol . encapsulation method for traffic in an AAL5 container 282 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .pppoa : autodetection of the used pppoa encapsulation .the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiMandatoryId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .ip : autodetection of the used ip encapsulation .atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciMandatoryId> .2-2 "ATM PVC Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] admin-down Parameter type: boolean [no] aal5-encap-type Parameter type: <Atm::VccEncapType> Format: ( llc-snap | llc-snap-routed | llc-nlpid | vc-mux-bridged-8023 | vc-mux-routed | vc-mux-pppoa | automatic : ip | automatic : ppp | automatic : pppoa | automatic : ipoe-ppp ) Possible values: .llc-snap : logical link control encapsulation bridged protocol .llc-nlpid : logical link control encapsulation pppoa protocol .

atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> .3-1 "IPOA X-connect L2 interworking port Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (interworking-port) Format: index of rack/shelf/slot/port ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / user-bridgeport <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .IPv4-address optional parameter IP address for cpe 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 283 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure atm ( no ip-cross-connect (interworking-port) ) | ( ip-cross-connect (interworking-port) [ cpe <Ip::V4AddressHex> ] next-hop <Ip::V4AddressHex> ) Command Parameters Table 9.3 IPOA X-connect L2 interworking port Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the parameter on the IPOA X-connect L2 interworking port level User Level The command can be accessed by operators with ip privileges. and executed by operators with ip privileges.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .3-2 "IPOA X-connect L2 interworking port Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description cpe Parameter type: <Ip::V4AddressHex> Format: .the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> .atm VCI Description Table 9.9 ATM Configuration Commands 9.

IPv4-address mandatory parameter IP address for next hop 284 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .9 ATM Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description next-hop Parameter type: <Ip::V4AddressHex> Format: .

4 Interface Alarm Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 10-286 10-287 10-291 10-292 Released 285 .3 Extend Interface Configuration Command 10.2 Network Interface Configuration Command 10.Interface Management Configuration Commands 10.10.1 Interface Management Configuration Command Tree 10.

[no] admin-up X [no] link-state-trap . Command Tree ----configure ----interface ----port .[no] default-severity 286 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] link-updown-trap .10 Interface Management Configuration Commands 10.[no] user .[no] customer-id ----alarm .[no] severity ----atm-pvc .(port) .(index) .1 Interface Management Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Interface Management Configuration Commands".(pvc-index) .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure interface port (port) [ [ no ] admin-up ] [ no link-state-trap | link-state-trap <Itf::ifLinkUpDownTrap> ] [ [ no ] link-updown-trap ] [ no user | user <Itf::asamIfExtCustomerId> ] [ no severity | severity <Itf::asamIfExtAlmReportingSeverity> ] Command Parameters Table 10.10 Interface Management Configuration Commands 10. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.2-1 "Network Interface Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (port) Format: the interface index ( xdsl-line : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | ethernet-line : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | atm-bonding : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | bonding : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | ip-gateway : <Eqpt::VrfId> | ip-line : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | ip-line : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | shdsl-line : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 287 . and executed by operators with equipment privileges.2 Network Interface Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure interface management parameters.

ethernet-line : a static ethernet line interface .atm-bonding : atm bonding obsolete alternative replaced by bonding .bonding : bonding 288 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .10 Interface Management Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | ima-group : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | ip-line : vlan : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | ip-line : vlan : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | ip-line : vlan : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | ip-line : vlan : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / voip : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / voip : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> / <Eqpt::OntPortId> : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> / <Eqpt::OntPortId> : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | pon : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> | ont : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> | uni : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> / <Eqpt::OntPortId> | voip : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::LLId> : <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> | vlan-port : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::LLId> : stacked : <Eqpt::SVlan> : <Eqpt::CVlan> | la-group : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> | epon : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> | eont : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> | ellid : <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::LLId> ) Possible values: .xdsl-line : a static xdsl line interface .

vlan : vlan port Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .the LLID identifier Possible values: .voip : virtual uni identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntSlotId> .ima-group : an ima group interface .the ONT PORT identifier Field type <Eqpt::LLId> .atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> .10 Interface Management Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .voip : voip .VRF id Table 10.the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> .pon : pon .the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .ip-gateway : ip user gateway interface .shdsl-line : a shdsl line interface .the ONT identifier Possible values: .eont : epon ont .epon : epon .the ONT SLOT identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntPortId> .uni : uni .ont : ont .customer vlan id Field type <Eqpt::VrfId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .vlan-port : vlan port .stacked : stacked vlan identity Field type <Eqpt::UnstackedVlan> .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .2-2 "Network Interface Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] admin-up Parameter type: boolean [no] link-state-trap Parameter type: <Itf::ifLinkUpDownTrap> Format: ( enable optional parameter admin status is up obsolete parameter replaced by parameter "link-updown-trap" indicates if link-up/link-down 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 289 .ip-line : ip line interface .atm VCI Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .service vlan id Field type <Eqpt::CVlan> .ellid : epon logical link .unstacked vlan id Field type <Eqpt::SVlan> .la-group : link aggregation group Possible values: .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .

10 Interface Management Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description traps should be generated [no] link-updown-trap | disable | no-value ) Possible values: .If ima is the only interface for which this parameter is not supported in 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .critical : service breaking .minor : not service affecting .major : service affecting .enable : enable link-up/link-down traps .disable : disable link-up/link-down traps .a string identifying the customer or user .indeterminate : not a definite known severity .no-alarms : do not report alarm default : take default as specified asamIfExtAlmReportingSeverityDefaultTable .no-value : no entry in the table [no] severity 290 Released optional parameter enable link-up/link-down traps optional parameter with default value: "available" description of the user connected to this interface optional parameter with default value: "default" set minimum severity for alarm to be reported.length: x<=64 Parameter type: <Itf::asamIfExtAlmReportingSeverity> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical | no-alarms | default | no-value ) Possible values: .warning : just to inform as a warning .no-value : no valid value Parameter type: boolean [no] user Parameter type: <Itf::asamIfExtCustomerId> Format: .

10 Interface Management Configuration Commands 10.atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> .the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> .3-1 "Extend Interface Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (pvc-index) Format: the ATM PVC interface index ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> / <Eqpt::PortId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .3 Extend Interface Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure extended interface management parameters.a string identifying the customer or user . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure interface atm-pvc (pvc-index) [ no customer-id | customer-id <Itf::asamIfExtCustomerId> ] Command Parameters Table 10.length: x<=64 optional parameter with default value: "available" Config the customerId per PVC 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 291 .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.atm VCI Description Table 10.3-2 "Extend Interface Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] customer-id Parameter type: <Itf::asamIfExtCustomerId> Format: .the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . and executed by operators with equipment privileges.

4-2 "Interface Alarm Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type [no] default-severity Parameter <Itf::asamIfExtAlmReportingSeverityDefault> Format: ( indeterminate | warning | minor | major | critical ) Possible values: .major : service affecting .4-1 "Interface Alarm Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( xdsl-line | ethernet-line | shdsl-line ) Possible values: .4 Interface Alarm Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the default severity for an alarm on this type of interface.warning : just to inform as a warning . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure interface alarm (index) <Itf::asamIfExtAlmReportingSeverityDefault> ] [ no default-severity | default-severity Command Parameters Table 10. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.minor : not service affecting .shdsl-line : shdsl line index of the IANA ifType Table 10.indeterminate : not a definite known severity .ethernet-line : ethernet line .critical : service breaking 292 Released Description type: optional parameter with default value: "major" default severity to be reported 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .10 Interface Management Configuration Commands 10.xdsl-line : xdsl line .

11.1 Error Configuration Command Tree 11.Error Configuration Commands 11.2 Error Log Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 11-294 11-295 Released 293 .

1 Error Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Error Configuration Commands". Command Tree ----configure ----error .[no] log-full-action 294 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .11 Error Configuration Commands 11.

halt : logging is stopped until the log buffer is reset optional parameter with default value: "wrap" set the action when error log buffer is full 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 295 .2 Error Log Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure parameters related to the error log. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure error [ no log-full-action | log-full-action <Error::errorLogFullAction> ] Command Parameters Table 11. and executed by operators with alarm privileges.11 Error Configuration Commands 11.2-2 "Error Log Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] log-full-action Parameter type: <Error::errorLogFullAction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: .wrap : older log records are overwritten by recent ones . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges.

5 System Loop ID Syntax Configuration Command 12.7 System Clock Configuration Command 12.20 SSMOut Configuration Command for XDSL ports 12.4 System SNTP Server Table Configuration Command 12.3 System SNTP Configuration Command 12.1 System Configuration Command Tree 12.21 T4 D-PLL Configuration Command 296 Released 12-297 12-299 12-302 12-303 12-304 12-306 12-307 12-308 12-309 12-312 12-313 12-314 12-315 12-316 12-317 12-318 12-321 12-323 12-324 12-326 12-328 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .14 System Synchronous InterfaceTiming Clock Switching Mode configuration Command 12.8 System ONT Configuration Command 12.13 NTR Clock Transmission Protocol Configuration Command 12.9 System Synchronous Interface Timing Clock Switching Mode Configuration Command 12.18 System Clock Force Reference Configuration Command 12.17 System Clock Synchronous Source port Configuration Command 12.System Configuration Commands 12.19 SSMOut Configuration Command for synce ports 12.6 Maximum Lt Link Speed Configuration Command 12.15 NTR Acceptable Clock Master Configuration Command 12.16 System Clock Synchronous Status Message Configuration Command 12.10 System Clock Bits Mode Configuration Command 12.12.2 System Configuration Command 12.12 NTR Clock PTP Packet Mode Configuration Command 12.11 System Clock Source Priority Configuration Command 12.

location .12 System Configuration Commands 12.[no] ssmout-en-bits .[no] enable .nt-intercon-vlan .[no] port-num-in-proto .[no] output-ql-thresh .[no] revert .[no] ntr-ssmout-vlan ----sntp .server-ip-addr .[no] efm-based-pon .internal-nw-vlan .[no] ext-source ----pon-ont .[no] atm-based-dsl .[no] polling-rate .[no] priority-scheme .[no] periph-mgnt-vlan .[no] id .[no] pwrbrst-mode ----sync-if-timing .[no] ont-trc-dbg-vlan .1 System Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "System Configuration Commands".[no] link-speed ----clock-mgmt .priority ----loop-id-syntax .[no] timezone-offset ----server-table ----[no] ip-address .(ip-addr) .[no] wait-time .[no] server-port . Command Tree ----configure ----system .system-mac .[no] efm-based-epon ----max-lt-link-speed .[no] slid-mode .name .[no] efm-based-dsl .[no] port .ssmout-ceiling 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 297 .[no] en-snmp-auth-trap .contact-person .[no] access-oper-id .

[no] t4-prio-ref2 298 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] ssmout-enable ----[no] ssmout-ltport .(index) .(index) .(index) .[no] t4-mode .[no] domain ----accept-master .[no] target-ql ----synce .(interface-type) ----ref-order .[no] ssmout-enable ----t4-out-config .[no] ip-addr .(index) .(port) ----force-reference .[no] priority1 .[no] priority2 ----ssm .[no] t4-damping-factor .[no] gateway-addr ----ptp-domain .[no] ip-addr .[no] t4-jitter-bw .[no] t4-prio-ref1 .(priority) ----ptp ----packet-mode .12 System Configuration Commands ----bits .[no] mode ----tx-protocol .[no] ssmenable .(force-reference) ----ssmout-synce .(index) .[no] default-ql .(index) .(index) .

system ID . The System ID includes all printable ASCII characters except white-space. and hyphens.length: x<=64 Parameter type: <Transport::sysName> optional parameter with default value: """" the system ID of the NE name 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter Released 299 . is given by contact-person. The accessOperatorID is an identifier randomly generated by Alcatel-Lucent and assigned to an operator. and executed by operators with all privileges. The Customer Depenedent Engineering features are enabled based on the accessOperatorID. digits. is given by contact-person. The ether-shape-rate indicates the Ethernet frame shaping rate in kb/s. The location is the physical location of this node. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system [ no id | id <Sys::systemId> ] name <Transport::sysName> location <Transport::sysLocation> [ no access-oper-id | access-oper-id <Sys::accessOperatorId> ] contact-person <Transport::sysContact> [ [ no ] en-snmp-auth-trap ] nt-intercon-vlan <Ihub::StackingVlanId> [ no periph-mgnt-vlan | periph-mgnt-vlan <Sys::PortVlanId> ] internal-nw-vlan <Ihub::InternalNwVlanId> system-mac <Sys::systemMac> [ no port-num-in-proto | port-num-in-proto <Sys::PortNumberInprotocol> ] [ no ont-trc-dbg-vlan | ont-trc-dbg-vlan <Vlan::TrcDbgVlan> ] [ no ntr-ssmout-vlan | ntr-ssmout-vlan <Ntr::SSMOutVlanId> ] Command Parameters Table 12. this is the node's fully qualified domain name. The name is an administratively assigned name for this managed node. The location is the physical location of this node. The system-mac is used to configure the system MAC address in ISAM.2-2 "System Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] id Parameter type: <Sys::systemId> Format: . The snmp-auth-traps indicates whether the SNMP agent process is permitted to generate authentication-failure traps. The lanxRangeMac is the number of MAC addresses supported in LANX. and must be unique for each NE in a managed network. this is the node's fully qualified domain name. This command displays the ID that represents the SID (System ID) of the NE and is used to identify the NE in TL1 messages. By convention. The System ID may only include letters. together with information on how to contact this person.2 System Configuration Command Command Description This command displays the ID that represents the SID (System ID) of the NE and is used to identify the NE in TL1 messages. The systemMacAddr is the MAC address of the LANX interface on the NT board. The lanxBaseMacAddr is the first MAC address of the consecutive MAC addresses used by the LANX. The textual identification of the contact person for this managed node. The name is an administratively assigned name for this managed node. By convention. together with information on how to contact this person. and must be unique for each NE in a managed network. The textual identification of the contact person for this managed node.range: printable string (no white-spaces) .12 System Configuration Commands 12. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.

length: 6 Field type <Sys::Range> ..range: [1.length: 6 Field type <Sys::LanxMacAddr> .log-slot-num : a system defined.4093] Parameter type: <Sys::systemMac> optional parameter Format: sys mac addr in <Sys::MacAddr> / <Sys::LanxMacAddr> / <Sys::Range> sysMacAddr/lanxBaseMacAddr/lanxRan Field type <Sys::MacAddr> ..the vlan-id used for stacked Broadcom switching devices vlan of NT .a printable string .length: x<=255 Parameter type: boolean fully-qualified domain name of the system optional parameter location of this system optional parameter with default value: 0 unique access operator id assigned by ALU optional parameter info about the contact person for this system optional parameter enable the generation of authentication-failure traps Parameter type: <Ihub::StackingVlanId> optional parameter Format: the value of the nt-interconnect ..legacy-num : numbering used since the early days(position-based-like) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .a mac-address (example : 01:02:03:04:05:06) ..range: [0.length: x<=255 Parameter type: <Transport::sysLocation> Format: .a lanx-mac-address (example : 01:02:03:04:05:06) ..unique access operator id .vlan id configure the peripheral .type-based : flat-numbering per slot-type(tl1-like) .a printable string .position-based : flat-numbering independent of slot-type .range of the shub .range: [1.range: [0.a printable string ..65535] Parameter type: <Transport::sysContact> Format: .4093] management vlan Parameter type: <Ihub::InternalNwVlanId> optional parameter Format: the value of the internal network .. predetermined and unique number .the vlan-id for internal handling of packets on network vlan ports .length: x<=255 Parameter type: <Sys::accessOperatorId> Format: .4093] Parameter type: <Sys::PortVlanId> optional parameter with default Format: value: 0 ...12 System Configuration Commands Parameter location [no] access-oper-id contact-person [no] en-snmp-auth-trap nt-intercon-vlan [no] periph-mgnt-vlan internal-nw-vlan system-mac [no] port-num-in-proto 300 Released Type Description Format: ..range: [0.65535] Parameter type: <Sys::PortNumberInprotocol> optional parameter with default Format: value: "log-slot-num" ( log-slot-num numbering scheme for the Line | position-based ID field (all protocols) | type-based | legacy-num ) Possible values: .

4093] Parameter type: <Ntr::SSMOutVlanId> Format: .range: [0.12 System Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] ont-trc-dbg-vlan Parameter type: <Vlan::TrcDbgVlan> Format: ( none | <Vlan::TrcDbgVlan> ) Possible values: ..ssm out vlan id ..range: [1.vlan id ...none : no trace and debug vlan-id Field type <Vlan::TrcDbgVlan> .4093] optional parameter with default value: "none" ONT trace and debug vlan [no] ntr-ssmout-vlan 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: 4088 ssm out vlan id Released 301 .

range: [60.720] Released optional parameter sntp application in the NE is enabled optional parameter with default value: 0 set the offset of the local timezone from GMT/UTC 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [-720..unit: minutes .864000] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter configure the ip address of the sntp server optional parameter with default value: 123 configure the port number of the sntp server optional parameter with default value: 3600 configure polling rate for the sntp agent [no] server-port [no] polling-rate [no] enable [no] timezone-offset 302 Parameter type: <Sys::timeZoneOffset> Format: .65535] Parameter type: <Sys::pollingRate> Format: .. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sntp [ server-ip-addr <Ip::V4Address> ] [ no server-port | server-port <Sys::portNumber> ] [ no polling-rate | polling-rate <Sys::pollingRate> ] [ [ no ] enable ] [ no timezone-offset | timezone-offset <Sys::timeZoneOffset> ] Command Parameters Table 12.range: [0.index number .3-2 "System SNTP Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description server-ip-addr Parameter type: <Ip::V4Address> Format: ..specify the offset for timezone from GMT/UTC .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.polling rate in second ...12 System Configuration Commands 12. and executed by operators with all privileges.3 System SNTP Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the SNTP and its related parameters.IPv4-address Parameter type: <Sys::portNumber> Format: .unit: seconds .

and executed by operators with all privileges.3] optional parameter with default value: 123 configure the port number of the sntp server optional parameter configure the priority number of the sntp server priority 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 303 .range: [1.4-2 "System SNTP Server Table Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] port Parameter type: <Sys::ServerPortNumber> Format: ...port number . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.high) .12 System Configuration Commands 12. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sntp server-table ( no ip-address (ip-addr) ) | ( ip-address (ip-addr) [ no port | port <Sys::ServerPortNumber> ] [ priority <Sys::priority> ] ) Command Parameters Table 12.sntp server priority(1 .65535] Parameter type: <Sys::priority> Format: .4-1 "System SNTP Server Table Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (ip-addr) Format: .4 System SNTP Server Table Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure SNTP Server Table and its related parameters..range: [0..IPv4-address configure the ip-address of the sntp server Table 12.

The operator can use the following predefined keywords to construct the system loop ID : • Bras to specify the Bras identifier. • U-VID to specify that user untagged vlan identifier is not added in string. it removes all non-keywords before it. • ONT to specify the ONT id which connecting to OLT.12 System Configuration Commands 12. default value is "Access_Node_ID eth Rack/Frame/Slot/Port". • Frame to specify the shelf number. default value is "Access_Node_ID eth Rack/Frame/Slot/Port". • ShSlt to specify the slot number without leading zero. • Q-VID to specify the vlan identifier. default value is "Bras Access_Node_ID/Rack/Frame/Slot/Subslot/Port/ONT Oft". • OnuSlt to specify the slot number on the ONU without leading zero. • ONU to specify the number of the ONU without leading zero.When it is the last keywords and the value is null. • UNI to specify the number of UNI on the ONU without leading zero. and executed by operators with all privileges. It is a string. • Subslot to specify the slot number in ONT. • ShPrt to specify the port number without leading zero. For efm-based-dsl. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges. default value is "Access_Node_ID atm Rack/Frame/Slot/Port:VPI. • N-VID to specify the network VALN identifier.For efm-based-epon.5 System Loop ID Syntax Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the system loop ID syntax. • Port to specify the port number. Here using the ONUs MAC as id. • Slot to specify the slot number. • I-VID to specify the user side inner vlan identifier. The system loop ID syntax is a concatenation of keywords. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system loop-id-syntax [ no atm-based-dsl | atm-based-dsl <PrintableString-0-80> ] [ no efm-based-dsl | efm-based-dsl <PrintableString-0-80> ] [ no efm-based-pon | efm-based-pon <PrintableString-0-80> ] [ no efm-based-epon | efm-based-epon <PrintableString-0-80> ] 304 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . • Rack to specify the rack number. • DUVID to specify that user untagged vlan identifier is not added in string. separators and free text strings. • VCI to specify the vci. it is represented with 12 ASCII characters. For atm-based-dsl. • Oft to specify the ONU format. • Access_Node_ID to specify the system id. For efm-based-pon. • VPI to specify the vpi.VCI".

a printable string .length: x<=80 [no] efm-based-epon Parameter type: <PrintableString-0-80> Format: .5-2 "System Loop ID Syntax Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] atm-based-dsl Parameter type: <PrintableString-0-80> Format: .a printable string .length: x<=80 [no] efm-based-pon Parameter type: <PrintableString-0-80> Format: .a printable string .12 System Configuration Commands Command Parameters Table 12.length: x<=80 optional parameter with default value: "Access_Node_ID atm Rack/Frame/Slot/Port : VPI.a printable string .VCI" define the syntax of loop Id for atm based dsl lines optional parameter with default value: "Access_Node_ID eth Rack/Frame/Slot/Port" defines the syntax of loop Id for efm based dsl lines optional parameter with default value: "Access_Node_ID eth Rack/Frame/Slot/Port" defines the syntax of loop Id for efm based pon lines optional parameter with default value: "Bras Access_Node_ID/Rack/Frame/Slot/Subsl Oft" defines the syntax of loop Id for efm based epon lines 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 305 .length: x<=80 [no] efm-based-dsl Parameter type: <PrintableString-0-80> Format: .

6 Maximum Lt Link Speed Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the maximum lt link speed. Note: maxltlinkspeed value 20Gb is not supported on NANT-E. this is only supported on FANT-F.6-2 "Maximum Lt Link Speed Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] link-speed Parameter type: <Sys::MaxLtLinkSpeed> Format: ( one-gb | twodotfive-gb | ten-gb | twenty-gb ) Possible values: . and executed by operators with all privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.ten-gb : enables max 10 Gbps lt link speed .5 Gbps lt link speed .12 System Configuration Commands 12.one-gb : enables max 1 Gbps lt link speed .twenty-gb : enables max 20 Gbps lt link speed optional parameter with default value: "one-gb" the maximum lt link speed 306 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system max-lt-link-speed [ no link-speed | link-speed <Sys::MaxLtLinkSpeed> ] Command Parameters Table 12.twodotfive-gb : enables max 2.

12 System Configuration Commands 12.7-2 "System Clock Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] priority-scheme Parameter type: <Sys::SysClkSrcPriorityScheme> Format: ( autoselect | local | external-local ) Possible values: . and executed by operators with equipment privileges.external-local : external clock > local clock Parameter type: <Sys::SysClkExtSource> Format: ( e1 | ds1 | khz2048 | autoselect ) Possible values: . This command allows the operator to configure the external clock source as E1 or DS1.local : always select local clock .ds1 : select DS1 Source .autoselect : select based on location .autoselect : autoselect Source optional parameter with default value: "autoselect" select the clock priority Scheme [no] ext-source 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "autoselect" select the external clock type E1 or DS1 or 2048Khz Released 307 . The system takes default ds1 for ANSI markets and e1 for ETSI markets.khz2048 : select 2048KHz Source .e1 : select E1 Source . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system clock-mgmt [ no priority-scheme | priority-scheme <Sys::SysClkSrcPriorityScheme> ] [ no ext-source | ext-source <Sys::SysClkExtSource> ] Command Parameters Table 12. or 2048Khz ext-source parameter is ignored when priority-scheme is selected local for Non-BITS card. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges.7 System Clock Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the clock source priority scheme.

enable : enable power burst detection mode [no] pwrbrst-mode 308 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with equipment privileges. and executed by operators with equipment privileges.12 System Configuration Commands 12.ascii : ascii interpretation for subscriber location .8-2 "System ONT Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type [no] slid-mode Parameter type: <Gpon::SlidMode> optional parameter with default Format: value: "ascii" ( ascii display interpretation for | hexa-dec ) subscriber location id Possible values: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system pon-ont [ no slid-mode | slid-mode <Gpon::SlidMode> ] [ no pwrbrst-mode | pwrbrst-mode <Gpon::PowerBurstMode> ] Command Parameters Table 12.8 System ONT Configuration Command Command Description This command is to configure the specific ONT and PON related parameters.disable : disable power burst detection mode .hexa-dec : hexadecimal mode interpretation for subscriber location Parameter type: <Gpon::PowerBurstMode> optional parameter with default Format: value: "disable" ( disable power burst detection mode for | enable ) pon Possible values: .

and executed by operators with all privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing [ [ no ] revert ] [ no wait-time | wait-time <Sys::SysClkWaitTime> ] [ no output-ql-thresh | output-ql-thresh <Ntr::SysClkSrcQL> ] [ [ no ] ssmout-en-bits ] [ ssmout-ceiling <Ntr::SysClkSrcQL> ] Command Parameters Table 12.720] Parameter type: <Ntr::SysClkSrcQL> Format: ( clk-ql-stu | clk-ql-prs | clk-ql-prc | clk-ql-inv3 | clk-ql-ssu-a | clk-ql-tnc | clk-ql-inv5 | clk-ql-inv6 | clk-ql-st2 | clk-ql-ssu-b optional parameter configure system clock to revertive or non-revertive optional parameter with default value: 10 configure time to wait on the reference switchover [no] output-ql-thresh 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "clk-ql-dnu" configure system threshold of BITS output QL Released 309 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.9-2 "System Synchronous Interface Timing Clock Switching Mode Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] revert Parameter type: boolean [no] wait-time Parameter type: <Sys::SysClkWaitTime> Format: .9 System Synchronous Interface Timing Clock Switching Mode Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the clock switching mode to be revertive (default) or non revertive The parameters ssmout-en-bits and ssmout-ceiling are supported only for the NT's supporting enhanced clock management.range: [0.unit: seconds .time to wait on the reference switchover .12 System Configuration Commands 12... For other NT's only the defaults are allowed.

clk-ql-tnc : Traced to Transmit Node Clock (ANSI) .clk-ql-prs : Primary Reference Source .clk-ql-tnc : Traced to Transmit Node Clock (ANSI) .clk-ql-inv5 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-prc : Primary Reference Clock .clk-ql-stu : Synchronized-Traceability Unknown .clk-ql-inv3 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-st3e : Traceable to Stratum 3E .clk-ql-dus : Signal should not be used for sync (ANSI) Parameter type: boolean ssmout-ceiling 310 Description Parameter type: <Ntr::SysClkSrcQL> Format: ( clk-ql-stu | clk-ql-prs | clk-ql-prc | clk-ql-inv3 | clk-ql-ssu-a | clk-ql-tnc | clk-ql-inv5 | clk-ql-inv6 | clk-ql-st2 | clk-ql-ssu-b | clk-ql-inv9 | clk-ql-st3 | clk-ql-sec | clk-ql-smc | clk-ql-st3e | clk-ql-prov | clk-ql-dnu | clk-ql-dus ) Possible values: .clk-ql-dnu : Signal should not be used for sync (ETSI) .clk-ql-inv3 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-st3 : Traceable to Stratum 3 .12 System Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] ssmout-en-bits | clk-ql-inv9 | clk-ql-st3 | clk-ql-sec | clk-ql-smc | clk-ql-st3e | clk-ql-prov | clk-ql-dnu | clk-ql-dus ) Possible values: .clk-ql-ssu-a : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-A (ETSI) .clk-ql-inv5 : Quality Level unallocated Released optional parameter enable ssm-out bits mode optional parameter configure system threshold of BITS and Synce output QL 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .clk-ql-stu : Synchronized-Traceability Unknown .clk-ql-smc : Traceable to SONET Clock SelfTimed .clk-ql-ssu-b : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-B .clk-ql-inv9 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-st2 : Traceable to Stratum 2 .clk-ql-prc : Primary Reference Clock .clk-ql-ssu-a : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-A (ETSI) .clk-ql-prs : Primary Reference Source .clk-ql-prov : Operator Provisionned .clk-ql-sec : Traceable to SDH Equipment Clock .clk-ql-inv6 : Quality Level unallocated .

clk-ql-ssu-b : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-B .clk-ql-st2 : Traceable to Stratum 2 .clk-ql-smc : Traceable to SONET Clock SelfTimed .12 System Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .clk-ql-prov : Operator Provisionned .clk-ql-inv9 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-inv6 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-sec : Traceable to SDH Equipment Clock .clk-ql-dus : Signal should not be used for sync (ANSI) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 311 .clk-ql-dnu : Signal should not be used for sync (ETSI) .clk-ql-st3 : Traceable to Stratum 3 .clk-ql-st3e : Traceable to Stratum 3E .

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.e1 : select E1 Source . This command allow the operator to configure the BITS clock source based on the Network Timing Reference used as a BITS source.10 System Clock Bits Mode Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the clock bits mode. 2048Khz or autoselect. The operator can configure the values: E1.10-2 "System Clock Bits Mode Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description (interface-type) Format: ( e1 | ds1 | khz2048 | autoselect ) Possible values: . Ds1. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing bits [ (interface-type) ] Command Parameters Table 12. and executed by operators with all privileges.ds1 : select DS1 Source . When "autoselect" is configured. • e1 for NTs with CLOCK capability=E1.khz2048 : select 2048KHz Source . the system takes the default values: • ds1 for NTs with CLOCK capability=T1.autoselect : autoselect Source optional parameter select the external clock type E1 or DS1 or 2048Khz 312 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .12 System Configuration Commands 12.

11-1 "System Clock Source Priority Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( prio1 | prio2 ) Possible values: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ref-order (index) [ (priority) ] Command Parameters Table 12.synce-2 : select SyncE reference 2 for this priority . and executed by operators with all privileges.synce-1 : select SyncE reference 1 for this priority .12 System Configuration Commands 12.bits-a : select BITS-A for this priority .11 System Clock Source Priority Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the clock source priority.ieee1588 : select IEEE 1588 clock for this priority .none : remove clock source for this priority optional parameter clock priority selection 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 313 .prio2 : configure secondary clock source clock priority index Table 12.prio1 : configure primary clock source .bits-b : select BITS-B for this priority . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.11-2 "System Clock Source Priority Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description (priority) Format: ( bits-a | bits-b | synce-1 | synce-2 | ieee1588 | none ) Possible values: .

and executed by operators with all privileges.12 NTR Clock PTP Packet Mode Configuration Command Command Description This command is used to configure the PTP Packet Processing Mode User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ptp packet-mode [ no mode | mode <Sys::SysClkPtpPacketMode> ] Command Parameters Table 12.12-2 "NTR Clock PTP Packet Mode Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] mode Parameter type: <Sys::SysClkPtpPacketMode> Format: ( unicast | unicast-multicast ) Possible values: .unicast-multicast : unicast multicast packet processing mode optional parameter with default value: "unicast-multicast" system ntr clock packet processing mode 314 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .unicast : unicast ptp packet processing mode .12 System Configuration Commands 12.

ieee1588-b : ieee1588 clock source on nt-b ieee1588 clock index Table 12.IPv4-address Field type <Ip::PrefixLengthFull> . and executed by operators with all privileges.0" ip-address of the acceptable master optional parameter with default value: "0.13-1 "NTR Clock Transmission Protocol Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( ieee1588-a | ieee1588-b ) Possible values: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ptp tx-protocol (index) [ no ip-addr | ip-addr <Ip::V4Address> ] [ no gateway-addr | gateway-addr <Ip::AddressAndIpMaskFull> ] Command Parameters Table 12.0.0...IPv4-address [no] gateway-addr Parameter type: <Ip::AddressAndIpMaskFull> Format: <Ip::V4Address> / <Ip::PrefixLengthFull> Field type <Ip::V4Address> .ieee1588-a : ieee1588 clock source on nt-a .32] optional parameter with default value: "0.13 NTR Clock Transmission Protocol Configuration Command Command Description This command is used to configure the transmission protocol for the IEEE1588 clock sources User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.0.IP address prefix length .12 System Configuration Commands 12.0/0" default gateway clock extraction function 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 315 .0.range: [0.13-2 "NTR Clock Transmission Protocol Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ip-addr Parameter type: <Ip::V4Address> Format: .

12 System Configuration Commands 12.14-2 "System Synchronous InterfaceTiming Clock Switching Mode configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] domain Parameter type: <Ntr::PtpDomain> Format: .ptp domain . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ptp ptp-domain [ no domain | domain <Ntr::PtpDomain> ] Command Parameters Table 12..14 System Synchronous InterfaceTiming Clock Switching Mode configuration Command Command Description This command is used to configure the PTP domain Value (decimal) definition User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.255] optional parameter with default value: 0 ptp domain 316 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . and executed by operators with all privileges..range: [0.

.15-1 "NTR Acceptable Clock Master Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .3] index of the acceptable clock master Table 12..15-2 "NTR Acceptable Clock Master Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ip-addr Parameter type: <Ip::V4Address> Format: .range: [0. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ptp accept-master (index) [ no ip-addr | ip-addr <Ip::V4Address> ] [ no priority1 | priority1 <Ntr::Priority> ] [ no priority2 | priority2 <Ntr::Priority> ] Command Parameters Table 12.range: [1. and executed by operators with all privileges..0.index of the acceptable clock master .15 NTR Acceptable Clock Master Configuration Command Command Description This command is used to configure the list of clock masters that are deemed to be acceptable User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.0" ip-address of the acceptable master optional parameter with default value: 128 priority one of the acceptable master optional parameter with default value: 128 configure finer grained ordering among other equivalent ieee 1588 clock sources [no] priority2 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 317 .12 System Configuration Commands 12..range: [0..0..255] Parameter type: <Ntr::Priority> Format: .priority of the acceptable master .255] optional parameter with default value: "0.priority of the acceptable master .IPv4-address [no] priority1 Parameter type: <Ntr::Priority> Format: .

and executed by operators with all privileges.synce-2 : configure SSM for SyncE reference 2 .16 System Clock Synchronous Status Message Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the support of synchronous status message (SSM) for the configured clock source.synce-1 : configure SSM for SyncE reference 1 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ssm (index) [ [ no ] ssmenable ] [ no default-ql | default-ql <Ntr::SysClkSrcQLDef> ] [ no target-ql | target-ql <Ntr::SysClkSrcQL> ] Command Parameters Table 12.12 System Configuration Commands 12.bits-a : configure SSM for bits-a .bits-b : configure SSM for bits-b .ieee1588 : configure SSM for ieee1588 clock synchronous message index status Table 12. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges. Note: When the default-ql is unconfigured.16-2 "System Clock Synchronous Status Message Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ssmenable Parameter type: boolean [no] default-ql Parameter type: <Ntr::SysClkSrcQLDef> Format: optional parameter enable ssm optional parameter with default value: "clk-ql-default" 318 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .All QL Values are applicable to both ETSI/ANSI unless the difference specified in CLI help. the system resets the default QL value as clk-ql-stu or clk-ql-prc based on the bits mode.16-1 "System Clock Synchronous Status Message Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( bits-a | bits-b | synce-1 | synce-2 | ieee1588 ) Possible values: .

clk-ql-inv6 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-inv3 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-tnc : Traced to Transmit Node Clock (ANSI) .clk-ql-st2 : Traceable to Stratum 2 .clk-ql-stu : Synchronized-Traceability Unknown .clk-ql-ssu-a : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-A (ETSI) .12 System Configuration Commands Parameter [no] target-ql 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description ( clk-ql-stu | clk-ql-prs | clk-ql-prc | clk-ql-inv3 | clk-ql-ssu-a | clk-ql-tnc | clk-ql-inv5 | clk-ql-inv6 | clk-ql-st2 | clk-ql-ssu-b | clk-ql-inv9 | clk-ql-st3 | clk-ql-sec | clk-ql-smc | clk-ql-st3e | clk-ql-prov | clk-ql-dnu | clk-ql-dus | clk-ql-default ) Possible values: .clk-ql-prs : Primary Reference Source .clk-ql-smc : Traceable to SONET Clock SelfTimed .clk-ql-sec : Traceable to SDH Equipment Clock .clk-ql-default : Special identifier for SSM QL default Parameter type: <Ntr::SysClkSrcQL> Format: ( clk-ql-stu | clk-ql-prs | clk-ql-prc | clk-ql-inv3 | clk-ql-ssu-a | clk-ql-tnc | clk-ql-inv5 | clk-ql-inv6 | clk-ql-st2 | clk-ql-ssu-b | clk-ql-inv9 | clk-ql-st3 | clk-ql-sec | clk-ql-smc | clk-ql-st3e | clk-ql-prov default QL of the clock source optional parameter with default value: "clk-ql-dnu" target QL of the clock source Released 319 .clk-ql-dus : Signal should not be used for sync (ANSI) .clk-ql-prc : Primary Reference Clock .clk-ql-prov : Operator Provisionned .clk-ql-inv9 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-dnu : Signal should not be used for sync (ETSI) .clk-ql-ssu-b : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-B .clk-ql-st3 : Traceable to Stratum 3 .clk-ql-st3e : Traceable to Stratum 3E .clk-ql-inv5 : Quality Level unallocated .

clk-ql-smc : Traceable to SONET Clock SelfTimed .clk-ql-prov : Operator Provisionned .clk-ql-inv6 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-st3 : Traceable to Stratum 3 .clk-ql-st3e : Traceable to Stratum 3E .clk-ql-stu : Synchronized-Traceability Unknown .clk-ql-st2 : Traceable to Stratum 2 .12 System Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description | clk-ql-dnu | clk-ql-dus ) Possible values: .clk-ql-ssu-a : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-A (ETSI) .clk-ql-sec : Traceable to SDH Equipment Clock .clk-ql-inv3 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-inv9 : Quality Level unallocated .clk-ql-ssu-b : Traced to Sync Supply Unit-B .clk-ql-tnc : Traced to Transmit Node Clock (ANSI) .clk-ql-prs : Primary Reference Source .clk-ql-prc : Primary Reference Clock .clk-ql-dus : Signal should not be used for sync (ANSI) 320 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .clk-ql-dnu : Signal should not be used for sync (ETSI) .clk-ql-inv5 : Quality Level unallocated .

nt-b : nt-b slot 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description Released 321 .synce-2 : configure port for SyncE reference 2 reference number of the port Table 12.synce-1 : configure port for SyncE reference 1 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing synce (index) [ (port) ] Command Parameters Table 12.17-1 "System Clock Synchronous Source port Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: ( synce-1 | synce-2 ) Possible values: .ntio-2 : an nt applique slot in a multiple-ntio-shelf .12 System Configuration Commands 12.ntio-1 : an nt applique slot in a single or multiple-ntio-shelf . and executed by operators with all privileges.nt-a : nt-a slot .17 System Clock Synchronous Source port Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the binding of the syncE reference to the physical port which provides the clock source for synchronous Ethernet.17-2 "System Clock Synchronous Source port Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type (port) Format: optional parameter ( ntio-1 : sfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> port number supporting synce | ntio-1 : xfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> clock source | ntio-2 : sfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> | ntio-2 : xfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> | nt-a : xfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> | nt-b : xfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> | nt : sfp : <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> | none ) Possible values: .

sfp : SFP port .xfp : XFP port Field type <ClkSys::SfpFaceplateNumber> .nt : active nt slot .host SFP faceplate number 322 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .none : no port Possible values: .12 System Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .nosfp : no SFP/XFP port .

none : select autonomous clock selection optional parameter manually force system clock source 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 323 .12 System Configuration Commands 12.local : select hold over clock .18 System Clock Force Reference Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to manually select the clock source. and executed by operators with all privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing force-reference [ (force-reference) ] Command Parameters Table 12. Note that the operator must release the manual clock selection ([none]) to restore the automatic (external) clock source selection.18-2 "System Clock Force Reference Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description (force-reference) Format: ( local | none ) Possible values: .

12 System Configuration Commands 12.nosfp : no SFP/XFP port .sfp : SFP port .nt-b : nt-b slot .xfp : XFP port Field type <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> .nt-a : nt-a slot . and executed by operators with all privileges.19 SSMOut Configuration Command for synce ports Command Description This command allows the operator to enable or disable SSMout for synce ports.none : no port Possible values: .19-1 "SSMOut Configuration Command for synce ports" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (index) Format: xdsl port supporting synce clock ( ntio-1 : sfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> source | ntio-1 : xfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | ntio-2 : sfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | ntio-2 : xfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | nt-a : sfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | nt-a : xfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | nt-b : sfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | nt-b : xfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | nt : sfp : <ClkSys::SynceOutFaceplateNumber> | none ) Possible values: .ntio-1 : an nt applique slot in a single or multiple-ntio-shelf .nt : active nt slot .host SFP faceplate number 324 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ssmout-synce (index) [ [ no ] ssmout-enable ] Command Parameters Table 12. This command is applicable to NT's supporting enhanced clock management User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.ntio-2 : an nt applique slot in a multiple-ntio-shelf .

19-2 "SSMOut Configuration Command for synce ports" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ssmout-enable Parameter type: boolean optional parameter enable ssm-out for synce port 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 325 .12 System Configuration Commands Table 12.

the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> . This command is applicable to NT's supporting enhanced clock management User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.atm VCI Field type <Eqpt::PonId> 326 Released Description xdsl port supporting synce clock / source / / / / / 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .20-1 "SSMOut Configuration Command for XDSL ports" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (index) Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> <Eqpt::OntPortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / voip | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::LLId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .20 SSMOut Configuration Command for XDSL ports Command Description This command allows the operator to enable or disable SSMout for xDSL ports.atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> .the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing ( no ssmout-ltport (index) ) | ( ssmout-ltport (index) [ [ no ] ssmout-enable ] ) Command Parameters Table 12.12 System Configuration Commands 12.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . and executed by operators with all privileges.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .

the ONT SLOT identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntPortId> .12 System Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .the LLID identifier Table 12.voip : virtual uni identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntSlotId> .20-2 "SSMOut Configuration Command for XDSL ports" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] ssmout-enable Parameter type: boolean optional parameter enable ssm-out for dsl port 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 327 .the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .the ONT PORT identifier Field type <Eqpt::LLId> .the ONT identifier Possible values: .

t4mode = synce-split.0 db damping factor Parameter type: <Ntr::T4JitterBw> Format: optional parameter with default value: "standard" standard t4 mode [no] t4-damping-factor [no] t4-jitter-bw 328 Released optional parameter with default value: "factor-5.factor-2. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system sync-if-timing t4-out-config [ no t4-mode | t4-mode <Ntr::T4Mode> ] [ no t4-damping-factor | t4-damping-factor <Ntr::T4DampingFactor> ] [ no t4-jitter-bw | t4-jitter-bw <Ntr::T4JitterBw> ] [ no t4-prio-ref1 | t4-prio-ref1 <Ntr::T4PrioRef> ] [ no t4-prio-ref2 | t4-prio-ref2 <Ntr::T4PrioRef> ] Command Parameters Table 12.0 db damping factor .0-db : 10. Note: In standard mode.factor-10.factor-5. The possible combinations are: 1.21-2 "T4 D-PLL Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] t4-mode Parameter type: <Ntr::T4Mode> Format: ( standard | synce-transfer | synce-split ) Possible values: .synce-transfer : synce-transfer t4 mode . t4-prio-ref2 = none 2. t4-prio-ref2 = synce-2 For t4-jitter-bw. 70. t4mode = standard. the proposed values are 18.factor-1. t4-prio-ref1 = synce-1.synce-split : synce-split t4 mode Parameter type: <Ntr::T4DampingFactor> Format: ( factor-1. 560 User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges.2-db : 1.0-db | factor-20. T4 parameters are optional.2 db damping factor . t4-prio-ref1 = assysclk.2-db | factor-2.21 T4 D-PLL Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the T4 D-PLL parameters.5-db : 2.5 db damping factor . and executed by operators with all privileges.standard : standard configuration .0-db ) Possible values: .0-db | factor-10.12 System Configuration Commands 12. 35.0-db : 5. t4-prio-ref2 = synce-2 3.0-db" t4 d-pll damping factor optional parameter with default value: 18 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . t4mode = synce-transfer.5-db | factor-5.factor-20.0 db damping factor .0-db : 20. t4-prio-ref1 = synce-1.

synce-1 : 1st SyncE clock is specified for this priority .12 System Configuration Commands Parameter [no] t4-prio-ref1 [no] t4-prio-ref2 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .synce-2 : 2nd SyncE clock is specified for this priority .1024] Parameter type: <Ntr::T4PrioRef> Format: ( none | local | synce-1 | synce-2 | assysclk ) Possible values: .none : no clock is specified for this priority .synce-2 : 2nd SyncE clock is specified for this priority .none : no clock is specified for this priority .local : holdover specified (always enable last priority) .local : holdover specified (always enable last priority) .jitter bandwidth .range: [0..assysclk : synce-split config Parameter type: <Ntr::T4PrioRef> Format: ( none | local | synce-1 | synce-2 | assysclk ) Possible values: ..synce-1 : 1st SyncE clock is specified for this priority .assysclk : synce-split config t4 jitter bandwidth filter optional parameter with default value: "none" synce reference 1 optional parameter with default value: "none" synce reference 2 Released 329 .

22 Security Connection Profile Configuration Command 13.33 Lawful Intercept Split Management Configuration Command 13.11 SNMP Notify View Configuration Command 13.5 Default Profile Configuration Command 13.4 Profile Configuration Command 13.24 Security 802.29 File Transfer Configure Command 13.17 Security RADIUS Accounting Server Configuration Command 13.12 Security SNMP Notification Profile Configuration Command 13.2 Security Banner Configuration Commmand 13.23 Security Connection Policy Configuration Command 13.1x PAE System Configuration Command 13.34 MAC Filter Configuration Command 330 Released 13-331 13-336 13-337 13-339 13-346 13-352 13-354 13-356 13-359 13-361 13-363 13-365 13-367 13-369 13-371 13-372 13-374 13-376 13-378 13-380 13-382 13-384 13-385 13-386 13-387 13-389 13-391 13-393 13-395 13-396 13-397 13-398 13-400 13-401 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .13 Security SNMP Notification Profile Filter Configuration Command 13.15 Security RADIUS Client Configuration Command 13.20 Security RADIUS Server Configuration Command 13.6 SNMP View Configuration Command 13.14 Security SNMP Element Manager Configuration Command 13.21 Security Domain Configuration Command 13.9 Security SNMPv3 User Configuration Command 13.1x Port Authentication Configuration Command 13.32 PM File Upload Configure Command 13.16 Security RADIUS Authentication Server Configuration Command 13. Port Authentication Configuration Command 13.10 Security SNMPv3 User-Group Configuration Command 13.Security Configuration Commands 13.18 Security RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Client Configuration Command 13.13.1x Extension.1 Security Configuration Command Tree 13.30 file Transfer server Configure Commands 13.8 Security SNMPv3 Group Configuration Command 13.25 Security 802.3 Operator Configuration Command 13.26 Security 802.1x Port Configuration Command 13.31 PM File Upload Configure Command 13.7 Security SNMP Community Configuration Command 13.28 Security Password Policy Configuration Commmand 13.27 Security 802.19 Security RADIUS Policy Configuration Command 13.

Command Tree ----configure ----system ----security .[no] more ----[no] profile .[no] password-timeout .[no] software-mngt .password .[no] security .[no] slot-numbering .13 Security Configuration Commands 13.[no] ip .[no] igmp .[no] prompt .[no] link .[no] log .[no] atm .[no] qos .[no] megaco .[no] xdsl .[no] debug-mirror .[no] description .[no] liadmin 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 331 .(name) .[no] sip .[no] description .[no] lacp .[no] pppoe .[no] service .[no] prompt .[no] debug .[no] oam .[no] transport .[no] login-banner .[no] aaa .[no] alarm .[no] welcome-banner ----[no] operator .1 Security Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Security Configuration Commands".(name) .[no] mstp .[no] equipment .[no] filter .[no] dhcp .profile .[no] terminal-timeout .[no] vlan .

[no] log .context .[no] description .[no] privacy .[no] qos .[no] lacp .[no] link .[no] liuser ----snmp ----[no] view .[no] filter .(name) .[no] megaco .[no] liadmin .[no] write-view .[no] notify-view ----[no] group .[no] debug .[no] mstp .[no] transport .(notify-view) .[no] equipment .[no] alarm .[no] security .[no] password-timeout .[no] sip .[no] read-view .(name) .[no] oam .[no] context .[no] vlan .(name) .[no] liuser ----default-profile .[no] slot-numbering .[no] igmp .[no] terminal-timeout .security-level .type ----[no] community .subtree .[no] privilege .[no] aaa .[no] authentication .host-address .[no] notify-view ----[no] user .[no] prompt .[no] dhcp .[no] read-view .[no] debug-mirror .[no] write-view .[no] software-mngt .[no] ip .13 Security Configuration Commands .[no] service .[no] atm .[no] pppoe .[no] xdsl .[no] public 332 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

notify-profile .[no] retry-limit .[no] xvps6 .router-instance .[no] dead-interval ----[no] acc-server .[no] xvps8 ----radius .(name) .(name) .[no] xvps7 .router-instance .[no] admin-down .ip-address .[no] timeout-limit .(name) .[no] epon .group-name ----[no] notify-view .secret .[no] dead-interval ----[no] dyn-auth-client .[no] admin-down ----[no] policy .destination .[no] xvps1 .(name) 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 333 .[no] timeout-limit .[no] auth-super-user .[no] admin-down .subtree .[no] operator-policy .snmp-version ----[no] filter .13 Security Configuration Commands ----[no] map-user-group .router-instance .(name) .secret .[no] aut-s-unreach-act ----[no] auth-server .(name) .[no] shub .ip-address .[no] xvps2 .ip-address .[no] xvps4 .[no] nt .type ----[no] notify-profile .(notify-view) .(name) .[no] port .[no] xvps3 .[no] xvps5 .[no] port .secret .notify-view ----[no] manager .[no] retry-limit .

min-num-numeric-char .[no] admin-down ----[no] conn-profile .domain-name ----[no] conn-policy .[no] supp-timeout .min-num-special-char .[no] disable-eap ----[no] servers .[no] controlled-port .[no] initialize ----password .priority ----[no] domain .[no] tx-period .[no] reject-no-domain .[no] server-timeout .[no] re-auth-enabled .nas-id .nas-ip-address .(name) .[no] acc-interval .[no] authentication .conn-profile-name ----pae .[no] mixed-case ----filetransfer 334 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .(port) .[no] keep-domain-name .[no] second-nbns .[no] port-access ----authenticator .auth-router-inst .[no] primary-dns .[no] primary-nbns .version .[no] quiet-period .[no] reject-inv-domain .min-length .[no] re-auth-period ----ext-authenticator .[no] handshake .[no] max-req .[no] vlan-id .[no] handshake-period ----port .13 Security Configuration Commands .[no] sess-timeout .(name) .[no] second-dns .(port) .auth-server .authenticator .[no] disable-accnt-msg .[no] init-authreq-off .[no] acc-router-inst .[no] acc-server .(port) .[no] qos-policy .(index) .

pri-server-addr .upload-password .upload-path .[no] protocol ----[no] server .[no] max-delay ----li .[no] retry-num .[no] filter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 335 .upload-username .(index-num) .password ----pmfile ----[no] upload .interval-type .user-name .[no] separate ----peripheral-mgnt ----mac-filter .(serverid) .13 Security Configuration Commands .[no] auto-upload .(upload-index) .

13 Security Configuration Commands 13.a banner to be shown to the operator . There is a limit to the number of characters that can be entered in a single CLI command.length: x<=480 Parameter type: <Sec::Banner> Format: . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. and executed by operators with security privileges.a banner to be shown to the operator .2 Security Banner Configuration Commmand Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the login banner and the welcome banner.2-2 "Security Banner Configuration Commmand" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] login-banner Parameter type: <Sec::Banner> Format: . Alcatel-Lucent recommends that the operator enter separate commands to configure the login banner and the welcome banner. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security [ no login-banner | login-banner <Sec::Banner> ] [ no welcome-banner | welcome-banner <Sec::Banner> ] Command Parameters Table 13. For lengthy banners.length: x<=480 optional parameter with default value: "" banner to be shown before the operator enters its name optional parameter with default value: "" the banner to be shown when the operator logged in [no] welcome-banner 336 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

. • A new password must be different from the last three passwords.13 Security Configuration Commands 13. but they can enter the commands to perform these actions. and executed by operators with all privileges. However. The operator instance is only removed after the operator has logged out or is logged out by the system.a > is also added in front of the first component. Operators without security read or write permissions cannot see other operators. the operator must first delete the operator and then recreate it. The last operator with security write permissions cannot be deleted. If the operator wants to change the profile. . • % num d : the current context. Never specify a new password using the encrypted option. You could mistakenly enter any hexadecimal string that is not necessarily linked to a password. and it is almost impossible to calculate a password from an encrypted string. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all. The operator profile is assigned when the operator is created.each component will be separated from the next one with a >.num is the maximum number of components (starting from the last) that are shown (default is all). After this instance is created. The operator profile must be created before the operator can be created. • %s : the current numbering scheme (typ|leg|pos). these commands always fail when executed. An operator can be deleted when still logged in. There is no separate command to change a password. • %! : the current history number.admin privileges. The following rules apply to a plain text password. Operators have a profile that determines most of the operator properties. delete. The prompt can be composed with following components : • %n : the name of the current operator. an operator can log in to the system with the specified name and password. The default values for prompt can be found in configure system security profile profile-name. • • • %% : a % %c : # if the current node was an existing node or $ if it is newly created. • The password must contain at least one non-alphanumeric character. An operator must enter a new password when logging in for the first time after another operator has changed his or her password. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 337 . An operator must change the password in the operator's operator node. The encrypted method of specifying passwords is only intended to restore an existing configuration.3 Operator Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to specify an operator instance. any other character is just added to the prompt as is. • The password must consist of a minimum of six and a maximum of 20 printable characters. . or modify another operator. The profile cannot be changed afterward. Operators without security write permissions cannot create.

prompt : prompts the operator for a password .range: [a-z0-9] . the name of an operator profile password [no] prompt [no] description [no] more 338 Released mandatory parameter the password needed to log in optional parameter with default value: "" the specification of the prompt optional parameter with default value: "" any description to be used by the operator optional parameter the output is passed via the more filter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .length: x<=28 Parameter type: <Sec::OperatorDesc> Format: .a specification of the prompt .3-2 "Operator Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description profile Parameter type: <Sec::ProfileName> Format: .length: 1<=x<=11 Parameter type: <Sec::Password> Format: ( prompt | plain : <Sec::PlainPassword> | encrypted : <Sec::EncryptedPassword> ) Possible values: .length: 6<=x<=20 Field type <Sec::EncryptedPassword> .range: [a-z0-9] .the name of an operator .the encrypted password .any description to be used by the operator .the name of an operator profile .plain : the password in plain text .the password in plain text is placed in double quotes when # or ? is used .13 Security Configuration Commands Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ( no operator (name) ) | ( operator (name) profile <Sec::ProfileName> password <Sec::Password> [ no prompt | prompt <Sec::Prompt> ] [ no description | description <Sec::OperatorDesc> ] [ [ no ] more ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.encrypted : the hashed password Field type <Sec::PlainPassword> .length: 20 Parameter type: <Sec::Prompt> Format: .length: x<=31 Parameter type: boolean mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification.length: 1<=x<=11 the name of the operator Table 13.3-1 "Operator Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .

admin privileges. The prompt can be composed with following components : • %n : the name of the current operator. . . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ( no profile (name) ) | ( profile (name) [ no prompt | prompt <Sec::Prompt> ] [ no password-timeout | password-timeout <Sec::PasswordTimeout> ] [ no terminal-timeout | terminal-timeout <Sec::InactivityTimeout> ] [ no slot-numbering | slot-numbering <Sec::SlotDesc> ] [ no description | description <Sec::ProfileDesc> ] [ no aaa | aaa <Sec::Aaa> ] [ no atm | atm <Sec::Atm> ] [ no alarm | alarm <Sec::Alarm> ] [ no dhcp | dhcp <Sec::Dhcp> ] [ no equipment | equipment <Sec::Equipment> ] [ no igmp | igmp <Sec::Igmp> ] [ no ip | ip <Sec::Ip> ] [ no pppoe | pppoe <Sec::Pppoe> ] [ no qos | qos <Sec::Qos> ] [ no software-mngt | software-mngt <Sec::Sw> ] [ no transport | transport <Sec::Transport> ] [ no vlan | vlan <Sec::Vlan> ] [ no xdsl | xdsl <Sec::Xdsl> ] [ no sip | sip <Sec::Sip> ] [ no megaco | megaco <Sec::Megaco> ] [ no lacp | lacp <Sec::Lacp> ] [ no mstp | mstp <Sec::Mstp> ] [ no security | security <Sec::Security> ] [ no service | service <Sec::Service> ] [ no debug | debug <Sec::Debug> ] [ no debug-mirror | debug-mirror <Sec::DebugMirror> ] [ no filter | filter <Sec::Filter> ] [ no link | link <Sec::Link> ] [ no log | log <Sec::Log> ] [ no oam | oam <Sec::Oam> ] [ no liadmin | 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 339 .a > is also added in front of the first component. An operator profile is typically used to limit the commands that a group of operators can execute to those for which they have the necessary skills and for which they are responsible. • • • %% : a % %c : # if the current node was an existing node or $ if it is newly created. The slot-numbering of an active CLI session will never be changed.4 Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to specify an operator profile. • %s : the current numbering scheme (typ|leg|pos).num is the maximum number of components (starting from the last) that are shown (default is all). The last operator with security write permissions cannot be deleted.each component will be separated from the next one with a >.e. .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all. Operators without security read or write permissions cannot see other operator profiles. The actual slot-numbering used for a session can be made visible with the command show sessions terminal-timeout: A value of 0 equals an infinite timeout value (i. • % num d : the current context. any other character is just added to the prompt as is. The permissions of a profile cannot be changed as long as one operator belongs to the profile. • %! : the current history number. the terminal will never time out). Any change of the attribute slot-numbering will only take effect for new CLI sessions. The operator profile determines most of the operator properties.

.120] Parameter type: <Sec::SlotDesc> Format: ( type-based | position-based | legacy-based ) Possible values: .4-1 "Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .length: x<=28 Parameter type: <Sec::PasswordTimeout> Format: .365] Parameter type: <Sec::InactivityTimeout> Format: .range: [0..read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Atm> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: optional parameter with default value: "\"%s : %n%d%c \"" the specification of the prompt [no] password-timeout [no] terminal-timeout [no] slot-numbering [no] description [no] aaa [no] atm 340 Released optional parameter with default value: 0 the maximum time a password may be unchanged optional parameter with default value: 30 specify the inactivity timeout of the terminal optional parameter with default value: "legacy-based" slot numbering scheme to be used by the operator optional parameter with default value: "" any description to be used by the operator optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to AAA related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to ATM related commands 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .position-based : flat-numbering independent of slot-type .unit: days .range: [a-z0-9] .any description to be used by the operator .unit: minutes ..legacy-based : numbering used since the early days (position-based-like) Parameter type: <Sec::ProfileDesc> Format: .length: 1<=x<=11 the name of the profile Table 13.type-based : flat-numbering per slot-type (tl1-like) .a specification of the prompt .the maximum time a password may be unchanged ..write : write and read access .specify the inactivity timeout of the terminal .length: x<=31 Parameter type: <Sec::Aaa> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands liadmin <Sec::Liadmin> ] [ no liuser | liuser <Sec::Liuser> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.the name of an operator profile .4-2 "Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] prompt Parameter type: <Sec::Prompt> Format: .range: [0.

none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Ip> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Igmp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .read : read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Pppoe> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] alarm [no] dhcp [no] equipment [no] igmp [no] ip [no] pppoe 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type .read : read access .read : read access .read : read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Description optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to alarm related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to DHCP related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to equipment related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to IGMP related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to IP related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to PPPOE related commands Released 341 .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Dhcp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Equipment> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Alarm> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .

read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Sw> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Megaco> Format: ( write optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to qos related commands [no] software-mngt [no] transport [no] vlan [no] xdsl [no] sip [no] megaco 342 Released optional parameter with default value: "none" access rights to software management related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to transport related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to VLAN related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to xDSL related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to sip related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to megaco 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Sip> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Xdsl> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] qos Parameter type: <Sec::Qos> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Transport> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Vlan> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .

write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Service> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] lacp [no] mstp [no] security [no] service [no] debug [no] debug-mirror 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Mstp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Debug> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::DebugMirror> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to lacp related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to mstp related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to security related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to service and base router related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to debug related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to debug-mirror related commands Released 343 .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Lacp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Security> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .read : read access .

13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Link> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Log> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Liuser> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .none : no access [no] filter [no] link [no] log [no] oam [no] liadmin [no] liuser 344 Released Description optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to filter related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to link related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to log related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to OAM related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to Lawful Intercept admin related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" the access rights to Lawful Intercept session related commands 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .read : read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Oam> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Filter> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Liadmin> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .

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length: x<=28 Parameter type: <Sec::PasswordTimeout> Format: .365] Parameter type: <Sec::InactivityTimeout> Format: . The default profile is used when an operator is authenticated via a RADIUS server but the RADIUS server does not support vendor-specific attributes.5-2 "Default Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] prompt Parameter type: <Sec::Prompt> Format: .. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security default-profile [ no prompt | prompt <Sec::Prompt> ] [ no password-timeout | password-timeout <Sec::PasswordTimeout> ] [ no terminal-timeout | terminal-timeout <Sec::InactivityTimeout> ] [ no slot-numbering | slot-numbering <Sec::SlotDesc> ] [ no description | description <Sec::ProfileDesc> ] [ no aaa | aaa <Sec::Aaa> ] [ no atm | atm <Sec::Atm> ] [ no alarm | alarm <Sec::Alarm> ] [ no dhcp | dhcp <Sec::Dhcp> ] [ no equipment | equipment <Sec::Equipment> ] [ no igmp | igmp <Sec::Igmp> ] [ no ip | ip <Sec::Ip> ] [ no pppoe | pppoe <Sec::Pppoe> ] [ no qos | qos <Sec::Qos> ] [ no software-mngt | software-mngt <Sec::Sw> ] [ no transport | transport <Sec::Transport> ] [ no vlan | vlan <Sec::Vlan> ] [ no xdsl | xdsl <Sec::Xdsl> ] [ no sip | sip <Sec::Sip> ] [ no megaco | megaco <Sec::Megaco> ] [ no lacp | lacp <Sec::Lacp> ] [ no mstp | mstp <Sec::Mstp> ] [ no security | security <Sec::Security> ] [ no service | service <Sec::Service> ] [ no debug | debug <Sec::Debug> ] [ no debug-mirror | debug-mirror <Sec::DebugMirror> ] [ no filter | filter <Sec::Filter> ] [ no link | link <Sec::Link> ] [ no log | log <Sec::Log> ] [ no oam | oam <Sec::Oam> ] [ no liadmin | liadmin <Sec::Liadmin> ] [ no liuser | liuser <Sec::Liuser> ] Command Parameters Table 13.unit: days .range: [0. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.5 Default Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the superuser to specify a default operator profile. The default profile determines most of the operator properties.the maximum time a password may be unchanged . Operators without security read or write permissions cannot see the default profile.specify the inactivity timeout of the terminal optional parameter with default value: "\"%s : %n%d%c \"" the specification of the prompt [no] password-timeout [no] terminal-timeout 346 Released optional parameter with default value: 0 the maximum time a password may be unchanged optional parameter with default value: 0 the maximum time a terminal 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .admin privileges.a specification of the prompt .. Operators withouit security read or write permissions can never see default-profile.

legacy-based : numbering used since the early days (position-based-like) Parameter type: <Sec::ProfileDesc> Format: ..none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Atm> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: ..read : read access .unit: minutes .read : read access .any description to be used by the operator .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .range: [0.length: x<=31 Parameter type: <Sec::Aaa> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .120] Parameter type: <Sec::SlotDesc> Format: ( type-based | position-based | legacy-based ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Alarm> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Dhcp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] slot-numbering [no] description [no] aaa [no] atm [no] alarm [no] dhcp [no] equipment 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Equipment> Format: ( write | read | none ) may be inactive optional parameter with default value: "legacy-based" slot description to be used by the operator optional parameter with default value: "" any description to be used by the operator optional parameter with default value: "read" the access rights to AAA related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to ATM related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to alarm related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to DHCP related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to equipment related commands Released 347 .read : read access .position-based : flat-numbering independent of slot-type .type-based : flat-numbering per slot-type (tl1-like) .

read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Qos> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Igmp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .read : read access .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Possible values: .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Transport> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .read : read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Sw> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Pppoe> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access [no] igmp [no] ip [no] pppoe [no] qos [no] software-mngt [no] transport 348 Released Description optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to IGMP related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to IP related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to PPOE related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to qos related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" access rights to software management related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to transport related commands 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Ip> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .

none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Vlan> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Sip> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Megaco> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] vlan [no] xdsl [no] sip [no] megaco [no] lacp [no] mstp [no] security 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Mstp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .read : read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Xdsl> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Lacp> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Security> Format: Description optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to VLAN related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to xDSL related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to sip related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to megaco related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to lacp related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to mstp related commands optional parameter with default value: "none" Released 349 .

read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Debug> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .read : read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Link> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Service> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::DebugMirror> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] service [no] debug [no] debug-mirror [no] filter [no] link [no] log 350 Released Type Description ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Log> Format: ( write | read | none ) the access rights to security related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to service related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to debug related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to debug-mirror related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to filter related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to link related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to log related commands 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .write : write and read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Filter> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .

13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] oam [no] liadmin [no] liuser 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Liuser> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .write : write and read access .read : read access .read : read access .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Liadmin> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .none : no access Description optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to OAM related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to Lawful Intercept admin related commands optional parameter with default value: "write" the access rights to Lawful Intercept Session related commands Released 351 .none : no access Parameter type: <Sec::Oam> Format: ( write | read | none ) Possible values: .read : read access .write : write and read access .write : write and read access .

97 are stored in two different locations.97 can be written as snmpTargetParamsTable.*.3.3. The most specific filter element takes precedence in the case where more than one filter element matches the same MIB element.1.3).97).7.97 can not exist at the same time.97. Combinations of symbolic names and numbers are also possible: 1.6.6.6 SNMP View Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a view.7. which is a sequence of numbers (example: 1.97. For example.97. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no view (notify-view) subtree <Snmp::ViewSubtree> ) | ( view (notify-view) subtree <Snmp::ViewSubtree> type <Snmp::FilterType> ) Command Parameters Table 13.97. but match the same MIB elements.97. snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.6.0*. and executed by operators with security privileges. A subtree is identified by an object ID.97. we can indicate that it may be ignored when comparing it with MIB elements. For each number. The same subtree can also be addressed using symbolic MIB names (example: snmpTargetParamsTable). .97. we recommend replacing it with a 0.97.1.97.97 and snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.97*.97.97. please delete and re-create the entire SNMP view. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. Because the number is ignored anyway. If not.97.6. 0* can be abbreviated as *.1.97.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.3. please check if the view was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid.97*.97.the name of a view .1.0*.3.97.97. The system stores a view entry based on the view name and the object ID: snmpTargetParamsRowStatus..97.97 and snmpTargetParamsRowStatus. This sequence uniquely identifies a node or a leaf in the MIB tree. by adding an asterisk after the number (example: snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.97*.3.1.12. A consequence of this strategy is that snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.1.12.6-1 "SNMP View Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (notify-view) Format: ..length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::ViewSubtree> Format: the name of the view subtree 352 Released the subtree 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . the recommended representation is snmpTargetParamsRowStatus. So. Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of an SNMP view.97 or as snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.

corrupted : SNMP view configuration is not operational(not-ready) Released 353 . | corrupted ) Possible values: .corrupted : SNMP view configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .6-3 "SNMP View Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusVacmFilter> the status of an SNMP view ( valid This element is only shown in | corrupted detail mode.7) Table 13.valid : SNMP view configuration is ok .6-2 "SNMP View Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description type Parameter type: <Snmp::FilterType> Format: ( include | exclude ) Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description <Snmp::ViewSubtree> Field type <Snmp::ViewSubtree> .include : include the matching varbinds .*. Eg(vacmAccessTable.exclude : exclude the matching varbinds mandatory parameter the filter type Command Output Table 13.specification of view subtree.

IP address prefix length .length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Ip::AddressAndIpMaskFull> Format: <Ip::V4Address> / <Ip::PrefixLengthFull> Field type <Ip::V4Address> . and executed by operators with security privileges.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.the community name .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.7 Security SNMP Community Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure community names. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no community (name) host-address <Ip::AddressAndIpMaskFull> ) | ( community (name) host-address <Ip::AddressAndIpMaskFull> [ no context | context <Transport::Context> ] [ no privilege | privilege <Snmp::CommunityPrivilege> ] [ no read-view | read-view <Snmp::ViewName> ] [ no write-view | write-view <Snmp::ViewName> ] [ no notify-view | notify-view <Snmp::ViewName> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.7-2 "Security SNMP Community Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] context Parameter type: <Transport::Context> Format: ( nt optional parameter with default value: "nt" the context allowed for this 354 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .range: [0.32] the name of the community host-address the host IP address from where access is allowed Table 13.IPv4-address Field type <Ip::PrefixLengthFull> . There must be at least one community with read-write privileges.7-1 "Security SNMP Community Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .. An existing community can not be modified. SNMP uses community names as a kind of password without user name to verify if a request may be executed.

epon : epon context .ihub : ihub context Parameter type: <Snmp::CommunityPrivilege> Format: ( read-only | read-write | write-only ) Possible values: .xvps7 : xvps7 context .the name of a view .xvps2 : xvps2 context .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] privilege [no] read-view [no] write-view [no] notify-view 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description | shub | epon | xvps1 | xvps2 | xvps3 | xvps4 | xvps5 | xvps6 | xvps7 | xvps8 | ihub ) Possible values: .xvps5 : xvps5 context .length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::ViewName> Format: .length: x<=32 community optional parameter with default value: "read-write" the access privileges we have when we use this community optional parameter with default value: "everything" the name of the view to be used for read accesses optional parameter with default value: "everything" the name of the view to be used for write accesses optional parameter with default value: "everything" the name of the view to filter notifications Released 355 .length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::ViewName> Format: .read-only : only read privileges .the name of a view .xvps8 : xvps8 context .xvps4 : xvps4 context .the name of a view .shub : shub context .xvps6 : xvps6 context .write-only : only write privileges Parameter type: <Snmp::ViewName> Format: .read-write : read and write privileges .xvps3 : xvps3 context .xvps1 : xvps1 context .nt : nt context .

please delete and re-create the entire SNMPv3 Group. If not.name of the snmpv3 group .privacy-and-auth : authentication and privacy Parameter type: <Snmp::Context> Format: ( single : nt | single : shub | single : epon | single : xvps1 name of snmpV3 group security-level context 356 Released security level for the group context for the group 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of an SNMPv3 Group. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no group (name) security-level <Snmp::SecurityLevel> context <Snmp::Context> ) | ( group (name) security-level <Snmp::SecurityLevel> context <Snmp::Context> [ no read-view | read-view <Snmp::AssociatedViewName> ] [ no write-view | write-view <Snmp::AssociatedViewName> ] [ no notify-view | notify-view <Snmp::AssociatedViewName> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.8 Security SNMPv3 Group Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure an SNMPv3 Group.length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::SecurityLevel> Format: ( none | authentication | privacy-and-auth ) Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13.8-1 "Security SNMPv3 Group Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .authentication : authentication without privacy .none : no authentication and no privacy . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. please check if the group was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid. and executed by operators with security privileges.

corrupted : SNMPv3 group configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .xvps6 : the xvps6 context .xvps1 : the xvps1 context .length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::AssociatedViewName> Format: .8-2 "Security SNMPv3 Group Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] read-view Parameter type: <Snmp::AssociatedViewName> Format: .the name of a view .xvps7 : the xvps7 context .shub : the shub context .single : grant access to a specific context .: any context Table 13.the name of a view .13 Security Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description | single : xvps2 | single : xvps3 | single : xvps4 | single : xvps5 | single : xvps6 | single : xvps7 | single : xvps8 | single : ihub | all ) Possible values: .epon : the epon context .xvps4 : the xvps4 context .all : grant access to all contexts Possible values: .corrupted : SNMPv3 group configuration is not Released 357 .xvps5 : the xvps5 context .length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::AssociatedViewName> Format: .8-3 "Security SNMPv3 Group Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusconfigGroup> the status of an SNMPv3 group ( valid This element is only shown in | corrupted detail mode.the name of a view .ihub : the ihub context . | corrupted ) Possible values: .length: x<=32 optional parameter with default value: "everything" the name of the view to be used for read accesses optional parameter with default value: "everything" the name of the view used for write accesses optional parameter with default value: "everything" the name of the view to filter notifications [no] write-view [no] notify-view Command Output Table 13.xvps2 : the xvps2 context .xvps8 : the xvps8 context .valid : SNMPv3 group configuration is ok .xvps3 : the xvps3 context .nt : the nt context .

13 Security Configuration Commands name Type Description operational(not-ready) 358 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no user (name) ) | ( user (name) [ no authentication | authentication <Snmp::AuthType> ] [ no privacy | privacy <Snmp::PrivacyType> ] [ no public | public <Snmp::Identifier> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.9-1 "Security SNMPv3 User Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .sha1 : sha1 based authentication Possible values: optional parameter with default value: "none" authentication for the user 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 359 . please check if the user was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid.9-2 "Security SNMPv3 User Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] authentication Parameter type: <Snmp::AuthType> Format: ( none | md5 : prompt | sha1 : prompt | md5 : plain : <Sec::UsmPlainPassword> | sha1 : plain : <Sec::UsmPlainPassword> | md5 : encrypted : <Snmp::AuthEncryptedKey> | sha1 : encrypted : <Snmp::AuthEncryptedKey> ) Possible values: .length: 1<=x<=32 name of the user Table 13.md5 : md5 based authentication . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. please delete and re-create the entire SNMPv3 user.none : no authentication .snmpv3 user name .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. If not. and executed by operators with security privileges. Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of an SNMPv3 user.9 Security SNMPv3 User Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure an SNMPv3 user.

valid : SNMPv3 user configuration is ok .the password in plain text is placed in double quotes when # or ? is used .the password in plain text is placed in double quotes when # or ? is used .length: 16 Parameter type: <Snmp::Identifier> Format: .des : des based privacy Possible values: .corrupted : SNMPv3 user configuration is not operational(not-ready) Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .prompt : prompts the operator to enter a password .length: 16<=x<=24 Parameter type: <Snmp::PrivacyType> Format: ( none | des : prompt | des : plain : <Sec::UsmPlainPassword> | des : encrypted : <Snmp::PrivacyEncryptedKey> ) Possible values: .an encrypted privacy password .a hexadecimal identifier .an encrypted password .encrypted : enter the encrypted password Field type <Sec::UsmPlainPassword> .9-3 "Security SNMPv3 User Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 360 Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusSnmpUser> the status of an SNMPv3 user ( valid This element is only shown in | corrupted detail mode.plain : enter the password in plain text .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description . | corrupted ) Possible values: .prompt : prompts the operator for a password .length: 8<=x<=20 Field type <Snmp::PrivacyEncryptedKey> .corrupted : SNMPv3 user configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .plain : enter the password in plain text .length: 1<=x<=32 [no] privacy [no] public optional parameter with default value: "none" snmp privacy type optional parameter with default value: "" identifier used by scenarios to change security keys Command Output Table 13.length: 8<=x<=20 Field type <Snmp::AuthEncryptedKey> .none : no privacy required .encrypted : enter the encrypted password Field type <Sec::UsmPlainPassword> .

If not. please delete and re-create the entire configuration of mapping an SNMPv3 user to SNMPv3 user-group.10-3 "Security SNMPv3 User-Group Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusMapUser> ( valid | corrupted the status of mapping an SNMPv3 user to an SNMPv3 group Released 361 .length: 1<=x<=32 name of the snmpV3 user Table 13. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no map-user-group (name) ) | ( map-user-group (name) group-name <Snmp::AssociatedGroupName> ) Command Parameters Table 13. please check if the mapping was done and if the corresponding entry-status is valid.snmpv3 user name .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. and executed by operators with security privileges.name of the snmpv3 group .10-2 "Security SNMPv3 User-Group Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description group-name Parameter type: <Snmp::AssociatedGroupName> Format: .10 Security SNMPv3 User-Group Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to map an SNMPv3 user to an SNMPv3 group. Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of mapping an SNMPv3 user to SNMPv3 user-group . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.10-1 "Security SNMPv3 User-Group Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .length: 1<=x<=32 mandatory parameter name of the snmpV3 group Command Output Table 13.

valid : mapping SNMPv3 user to SNMPv3 group configuration is ok .corrupted : mapping SNMPv3 user to SNMPv3 group configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .corrupted : mapping SNMPv3 user to SNMPv3 group configuration is not operational(not-ready) 362 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . .13 Security Configuration Commands name Type Description | corrupted ) This element is only shown in Possible values: detail mode.

97.97.0*.97 are stored in two different locations.11-1 "SNMP Notify View Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (notify-view) Format: .*.97. So.12. For each number.. which is a sequence of numbers (example: 1.97*.1.6.1. A subtree is identified by an object ID.97 can not exist at the same time. please delete and re-create the entire Notify View.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.3.97*.97.97. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.97.97. This sequence uniquely identifies a node or a leaf in the MIB tree.6.97. snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.the name of a view .97.97*.7.3.7.length: x<=32 Parameter type: <Snmp::ViewSubtree> Format: the name of the notify view subtree 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 the subtree Released 363 .97.97.97. The same subtree can also be addressed using symbolic MIB names (example: snmpTargetParamsTable).1.97 or as snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.3. but match the same MIB elements.97 and snmpTargetParamsRowStatus. the recommended representation is snmpTargetParamsRowStatus. 0* can be abbreviated as *. For example. by adding an asterisk after the number (example: snmpTargetParamsRowStatus. and executed by operators with security privileges. please check if the view was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid. Because the number is ignored anyway.11 SNMP Notify View Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a Notify View. The system stores a view entry based on the view name and the object ID: snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.97. we recommend replacing it with a 0. Combinations of symbolic names and numbers are also possible: 1.1.0*.1.97.97 can be written as snmpTargetParamsTable.97). we can indicate that it may be ignored when comparing it with MIB elements.97. Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of a Notify View.6.97 and snmpTargetParamsRowStatus. If not.3. The most specific filter element takes precedence in the case where more than one filter element matches the same MIB element.1.3).97. .12.6. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no notify-view (notify-view) subtree <Snmp::ViewSubtree> ) | ( notify-view (notify-view) subtree <Snmp::ViewSubtree> type <Snmp::FilterType> ) Command Parameters Table 13..3. A consequence of this strategy is that snmpTargetParamsRowStatus.97.

valid : SNMP Notify View configuration is ok .include : include the matching varbinds .exclude : exclude the matching varbinds mandatory parameter the filter type Command Output Table 13.specification of view subtree.corrupted : SNMP notify view configuration is not operational(not-ready) the status of an SNMP notify view This element is only shown in detail mode.11-2 "SNMP Notify View Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description type Parameter type: <Snmp::FilterType> Format: ( include | exclude ) Possible values: . Eg(vacmAccessTable.11-3 "SNMP Notify View Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 364 Released Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusNotifyFilter> ( valid | corrupted | corrupted ) Possible values: .*.corrupted : SNMP notify view configuration is not operational(not-in-service) . 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .13 Security Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description <Snmp::ViewSubtree> Field type <Snmp::ViewSubtree> .7) Table 13.

please delete and re-create the entire SNMP notification profile.v3 : SNMP version3 Field type <Snmp::CommunityString> .12-2 "Security SNMP Notification Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description snmp-version Parameter type: <Snmp::SnmpVersion> Format: ( v1 : <Snmp::CommunityString> | v2 : <Snmp::CommunityString> | v3 : <Snmp::SecurityName> : none | v3 : <Snmp::SecurityName> : authentication | v3 : <Snmp::SecurityName> : privacy-and-auth ) Possible values: .12-1 "Security SNMP Notification Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. and executed by operators with security privileges. snmp-version of the profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 365 . please check if the profile was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no notify-profile (name) ) | ( notify-profile (name) snmp-version <Snmp::SnmpVersion> ) Command Parameters Table 13.12 Security SNMP Notification Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a notification profile. If not. Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of the SNMP notification profile.v2 : SNMP version2 .v1 : SNMP version1 .length: 1<=x<=32 name of the notification profile Table 13. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.notification-profile name .community string mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification.

authentication : authentication only .corrupted : notification profile configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .none : no authentication and no privacy .privacy-and-auth : authentication and privacy Command Output Table 13.valid : notification profile configuration is ok .corrupted : notification profile configuration is not operational(not-ready) Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .length: 1<=x<=32 Field type <Snmp::SecurityName> .12-3 "Security SNMP Notification Profile Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 366 Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusProfile> the status of notification profile ( valid This element is only shown in | corrupted detail mode.snmpv3 user name .length: 1<=x<=32 Possible values: . | corrupted ) Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description .

13 Security Configuration Commands 13.13-1 "Security SNMP Notification Profile Filter Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp notify-profile (name) ( no filter ) | ( filter notify-view <Snmp::ViewName> ) Command Parameters Table 13.13 Security SNMP Notification Profile Filter Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a filter for a notification profile. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.notification-profile name . If not.length: x<=32 mandatory parameter view to be accessed Command Output Table 13.13-2 "Security SNMP Notification Profile Filter Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description notify-view Parameter type: <Snmp::ViewName> Format: . Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of a filter for SNMP notification profile. and executed by operators with security privileges. please delete and re-create the entire notification profile filter.length: 1<=x<=32 name of the notification profile Table 13. please check if the filter was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid.the name of a view .13-3 "Security SNMP Notification Profile Filter Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name Type Description entry-status Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusNotifyView> the status of notification profile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 367 .

corrupted : notification profile filter configuration is not operational(not-ready) 368 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .valid : notification profile filter configuration is ok . Possible values: .corrupted : notification profile filter configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .13 Security Configuration Commands name Type Description ( valid filter | corrupted This element is only shown in | corrupted ) detail mode.

range: [1. Clarification regarding 'entry-status': If a failure occurs during the configuration of the SNMP element manager.13 Security Configuration Commands 13. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. destination address of the element manager notify-profile [no] nt 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 mandatory parameter name of the notification profile optional parameter Released 369 .notification-profile name . and executed by operators with security privileges.14-1 "Security SNMP Element Manager Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: boolean mandatory parameter The parameter is not visible during modification.element manager name .length: 1<=x<=32 name of the element manager Table 13. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security snmp ( no manager (name) ) | ( manager (name) destination <Snmp::Address> notify-profile <Snmp::NotifyProfile> [ [ no ] nt ] [ [ no ] shub ] [ [ no ] epon ] [ [ no ] xvps1 ] [ [ no ] xvps2 ] [ [ no ] xvps3 ] [ [ no ] xvps4 ] [ [ no ] xvps5 ] [ [ no ] xvps6 ] [ [ no ] xvps7 ] [ [ no ] xvps8 ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.port number for the manager . If not. please check if the element manager was created and if the corresponding entry-status is valid.65535] Parameter type: <Snmp::NotifyProfile> Format: . please delete and re-create the entire SNMP element manager.ip-address for the manager Field type <Snmp::AddressPort> .14-2 "Security SNMP Element Manager Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description destination Parameter type: <Snmp::Address> Format: <Snmp::IpAddress> : <Snmp::AddressPort> Field type <Snmp::IpAddress> .14 Security SNMP Element Manager Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure an Element Manager using a Profile...

corrupted : SNMPv3 element manager configuration is not operational(not-ready) the status of an SNMP Element Manager This element is only shown in detail mode. 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .14-3 "Security SNMP Element Manager Configuration Command" Display parameters Specific Information name entry-status 370 Released Type Description Parameter type: <Transport::WaitRowStatusconfigManger> ( valid | corrupted | corrupted ) Possible values: .corrupted : SNMPv3 element manager configuration is not operational(not-in-service) .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] shub Parameter type: boolean [no] epon Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps1 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps2 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps3 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps4 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps5 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps6 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps7 Parameter type: boolean [no] xvps8 Parameter type: boolean Description enable storing in nt optional parameter enable storing in shub optional parameter enable storing in epon optional parameter enable storing in xvps1 optional parameter enable storing in xvps2 optional parameter enable storing in xvps3 optional parameter enable storing in xvps4 optional parameter enable storing in xvps5 optional parameter enable storing in xvps6 optional parameter enable storing in xvps7 optional parameter enable storing in xvps8 Command Output Table 13.valid : SNMPv3 element manager configuration is ok .

none : no profile name to associate .length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusAuthServUnreachAction> Format: ( reject-all | accept-all ) Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.1x users when authentication server is unreachable Released 371 .name of the RADIUS policy .15-2 "Security RADIUS Client Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] auth-super-user Parameter type: boolean [no] operator-policy Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusPolicyName> Format: ( none | name : <Aaa::IgnoredRadiusPolicyName> ) Possible values: .accept-all : All session requests are accepted optional parameter enable superuser RADIUS Authentication optional parameter with default value: "none" operator RADIUS policy name [no] aut-s-unreach-act 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "reject-all" action to be taken for 802. configures the superuser authentication type and the operator's RADIUS policy User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.reject-all : All session requests are rejected . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security radius [ [ no ] auth-super-user ] [ no operator-policy | operator-policy <Aaa::RadiusPolicyName> ] [ no aut-s-unreach-act | aut-s-unreach-act <Aaa::RadiusAuthServUnreachAction> ] Command Parameters Table 13.name : enter profile name to be associated Field type <Aaa::IgnoredRadiusPolicyName> .15 Security RADIUS Client Configuration Command Command Description This command enables or disables relay functionality on the SHub/IHub and.

IPv4-address Parameter type: <Aaa::InetPortNumber> mandatory parameter IP address of RADIUS authentication server optional parameter with default [no] port 372 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .. it must not be associated with any RADIUS policy. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security radius ( no auth-server (name) router-instance <Ihub::Router> ) | ( auth-server (name) router-instance <Ihub::Router> ip-address <Aaa::InetAddress> [ no port | port <Aaa::InetPortNumber> ] secret <Aaa::Password> [ no retry-limit | retry-limit <Aaa::RadiusRetryLimit> ] [ no timeout-limit | timeout-limit <Aaa::RadiusTimeout> ] [ [ no ] admin-down ] [ no dead-interval | dead-interval <Aaa::RadiusDeadInterval> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13. the deletion is not allowed.base : base router Field type <Ihub::Router> .vprn service-id .. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.name of the RADIUS auth server .range: [1. The conceptual table lists the RADIUS authentication servers with their configurable parameters. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.16-2 "Security RADIUS Authentication Server Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description ip-address Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Ihub::Router> Format: ( base | <Ihub::Router> ) Possible values: .16-1 "Security RADIUS Authentication Server Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. If an entry (server) must be deleted.16 Security RADIUS Authentication Server Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the RADIUS authentication servers. If an entry is associated with a policy.2147483647] name of RADIUS authentication server router-instance router to which this auth server belongs Table 13.

range: [1.radius dead interval ...UDP port to which RADIUS auth messages should be sent ..radius retry limit .range: [0..65535] Parameter type: <Aaa::Password> Format: .range: [0.3600] optional parameter with default value: 3 no of times RADIUS server be tried before giving up optional parameter with default value: 3 time in sec between retransmission to RADIUS server optional parameter adminstrative state down optional parameter with default value: 600 no of sec before setting oper state to unknown from down Released 373 .radius timeout .60] Parameter type: boolean value: 1812 UDP port to which RADIUS auth messages should be sent mandatory parameter secret string used between RADIUS server and client Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusDeadInterval> Format: ...range: [0..13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter secret [no] retry-limit [no] timeout-limit [no] admin-down [no] dead-interval 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: ..100] Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusTimeout> Format: .password string hidden from users .length: 6<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusRetryLimit> Format: .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security radius ( no acc-server (name) router-instance <Ihub::Router> ) | ( acc-server (name) router-instance <Ihub::Router> ip-address <Aaa::InetAddress> [ no port | port <Aaa::InetPortNumber> ] secret <Aaa::Password> [ no retry-limit | retry-limit <Aaa::RadiusRetryLimit> ] [ no timeout-limit | timeout-limit <Aaa::RadiusTimeout> ] [ [ no ] admin-down ] [ no dead-interval | dead-interval <Aaa::RadiusDeadInterval> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.name of the RADIUS accounting server .17 Security RADIUS Accounting Server Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the RADIUS accounting servers. The conceptual table lists the RADIUS accounting servers with their configurable parameters.17-2 "Security RADIUS Accounting Server Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description ip-address Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .IPv4-address Parameter type: <Aaa::InetPortNumber> mandatory parameter IP address of RADIUS accounting server optional parameter with default [no] port 374 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.base : base router Field type <Ihub::Router> ..2147483647] name of the RADIUS accounting server router-instance router to which the RADIUS Acc Server belongs Table 13.range: [1. it must not be associated with any RADIUS policy. If an entry (server) must be deleted. the deletion is not allowed.vprn service-id .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. If an entry is associated with a policy.17-1 "Security RADIUS Accounting Server Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: ..length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Ihub::Router> Format: ( base | <Ihub::Router> ) Possible values: .

13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter secret [no] retry-limit [no] timeout-limit [no] admin-down [no] dead-interval 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: .radius retry limit .3600] optional parameter with default value: 10 no of times RADIUS server be tried before giving up optional parameter with default value: 15 time in sec between retransmission to RADIUS server optional parameter adminstrative state down optional parameter with default value: 600 no of sec before setting oper state to unknown from down Released 375 .radius dead interval .range: [0.range: [0.range: [0...range: [1.65535] Parameter type: <Aaa::Password> Format: .100] Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusTimeout> Format: ....password string hidden from users ..length: 6<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusRetryLimit> Format: .radius timeout ..60] Parameter type: boolean value: 1813 UDP port to which RADIUS accounting messages be sent mandatory parameter secret string used between RADIUS server and client Parameter type: <Aaa::RadiusDeadInterval> Format: ..UDP port to which RADIUS auth messages should be sent .

18-2 "Security RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Client Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description ip-address Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .range: [1. The conceptual table lists the RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Clients with their configurable parameters.length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Ihub::Router> Format: ( base | <Ihub::Router> ) Possible values: .2147483647] name of the RADIUS Dynamic Authorization client router-instance router to which the RADIUS Dyn Auth Client belongs Table 13.name of dynamic auth client name .base : base router Field type <Ihub::Router> .. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security radius ( no dyn-auth-client (name) router-instance <Ihub::Router> ) | ( dyn-auth-client (name) router-instance <Ihub::Router> ip-address <Aaa::InetAddress> secret <Aaa::Password> [ [ no ] admin-down ] ) Command Parameters Table 13..IPv4-address Parameter type: <Aaa::Password> Format: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.vprn service-id .18 Security RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Client Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Clients.18-1 "Security RADIUS Dynamic Authorization Client Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .password string hidden from users mandatory parameter IP address of RADIUS authentication server mandatory parameter secret string used between RADIUS server and client secret 376 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] admin-down .length: 6<=x<=64 Parameter type: boolean 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description optional parameter adminstrative state down Released 377 .

The conceptual table lists the RADIUS policies with the parameters that apply globally for each RADIUS policy. the corresponding entry in the RADIUS server is also deleted.19-2 "Security RADIUS Policy Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description nas-id mandatory parameter NAS-Identifier used in messages towards Radius servers [no] keep-domain-name Parameter type: <Aaa::NasId> Format: .19-1 "Security RADIUS Policy Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .radius accnt interval nas-ip-address 378 Released mandatory parameter NAS-IP-Address used in messages towards Radius servers optional parameter don't strip domain name when sending to RADIUS server optional parameter disable optional parameter with default value: 0 Interim Accounting Interval in 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . and executed by operators with aaa privileges.a binary string of min 0 and max 64 .19 Security RADIUS Policy Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure RADIUS policies. If this entry is deleted. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security radius ( no policy (name) ) | ( policy (name) nas-id <Aaa::NasId> nas-ip-address <Aaa::InetAddress> [ [ no ] keep-domain-name ] [ [ no ] disable-accnt-msg ] [ no acc-interval | acc-interval <Aaa::AccInt> ] [ [ no ] disable-eap ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.name of the radius policy . An entry in this table (policy) can be deleted only if it is not associated with any of the domains.length: x<=64 Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13.length: 1<=x<=64 name of the RADIUS policy Table 13.IPv4-address Parameter type: boolean [no] disable-accnt-msg Parameter type: boolean [no] acc-interval Parameter type: <Aaa::AccInt> Format: .

.60.2147483647] Parameter type: boolean seconds optional parameter disable 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 379 .range: [0..13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] disable-eap .

length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Ihub::Router> mandatory parameter the radius authentication server auth-router-inst 380 Released mandatory parameter 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The servers that are placed in a set using this table must first be defined in the RADIUS Authenticaion and Accounting server configuration commands. The conceptual table lists the set of RADIUS servers with the parameters of each set.20-2 "Security RADIUS Server Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description auth-server Parameter type: <Aaa::RadAuthServer> Format: name : <Aaa::RadAuthServerName> Possible values: .unique nbr identifying a set within a RADIUS profile..length: 1<=x<=64 Format: .20-1 "Security RADIUS Server Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .name of the radius policy . It is always mandatory to configure acc-server along with acc-router-inst and auth-server with auth-router-inst.name of the RADIUS auth server .name : use a radius server for authentication Field type <Aaa::RadAuthServerName> . The value returned by the RADIUS server is used by the management station as the value for the index when a new entry in this table is created. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security radius policy (name) ( no servers (index) ) | ( servers (index) auth-server <Aaa::RadAuthServer> auth-router-inst <Ihub::Router> [ no acc-server | acc-server <Aaa::RadAccServer> ] [ no acc-router-inst | acc-router-inst <Ihub::IgnoredRouter> ] priority <Aaa::Priority> ) Command Parameters Table 13. otherwise the configuration will not succeed.range: [1.2] name of the RADIUS policy (index) index of RADIUS profile Table 13.13 Security Configuration Commands 13. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges. .20 Security RADIUS Server Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure RADIUS servers.

priority of the server set .base : base router Field type <Ihub::Router> ...2147483647] Parameter type: <Aaa::Priority> Format: .2147483647] Parameter type: <Aaa::RadAccServer> Format: ( none | name : <Aaa::RadAccServerName> ) Possible values: .vprn service-id .vprn service-id ..none : no radius server for accounting .length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Ihub::IgnoredRouter> Format: ( base | <Ihub::Router> ) Possible values: ..base : base router Field type <Ihub::Router> .256] router index to which the RADIUS auth server belongs optional parameter with default value: "none" the radius accounting server optional parameter with default value: "base" router index to which the RADIUS accounting server belongs mandatory parameter priority of the set of RADIUS servers Released 381 .range: [1.name of the RADIUS accounting server .name : use a radius server for accounting Field type <Aaa::RadAccServerName> .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter [no] acc-server [no] acc-router-inst priority 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Format: ( base | <Ihub::Router> ) Possible values: .range: [1.range: [1...

0" IP address of secondary DNS server optional parameter with default value: "0.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.0..0" IP address of primary DNS server optional parameter with default value: "0.IPv4-address optional parameter with default value: 0 a vlan id [no] primary-dns [no] second-dns [no] primary-nbns Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .length: 1<=x<=64 name of the domain Table 13.21-2 "Security Domain Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] vlan-id Parameter type: <Vlan::VlanIndexOrZero> Format: .0.name of the domain .vlan id .21 Security Domain Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the domain. and executed by operators with aaa privileges..IPv4-address [no] second-nbns Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .IPv4-address Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: .0.0" IP address of secondary NBNS server 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .0.4092] Parameter type: <Aaa::InetAddress> Format: . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.0" IP address of primary NBNS server optional parameter with default value: "0.0. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ( no domain (name) ) | ( domain (name) [ no vlan-id | vlan-id <Vlan::VlanIndexOrZero> ] [ no primary-dns | primary-dns <Aaa::InetAddress> ] [ no second-dns | second-dns <Aaa::InetAddress> ] [ no primary-nbns | primary-nbns <Aaa::InetAddress> ] [ no second-nbns | second-nbns <Aaa::InetAddress> ] [ no sess-timeout | sess-timeout <Aaa::DomainSessionTimeout> ] [ no qos-policy | qos-policy <Aaa::QosProfileName> ] authenticator <Aaa::IHUBAuthenticator> [ [ no ] admin-down ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.range: [0.0.0.IPv4-address 382 Released optional parameter with default value: "0.0.21-1 "Security Domain Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .

13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] sess-timeout Parameter type: <Aaa::DomainSessionTimeout> Format: .radius : authenticator type is RADIUS Field type <Aaa::RadPolicyName> .length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: 0 maximum lifetime of a session [no] qos-policy authenticator [no] admin-down 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "none" name of the QoS policy to be applied to this domain mandatory parameter type of authenticator optional parameter adminstrative state down Released 383 .name of the radius policy ..2147483647] Parameter type: <Aaa::QosProfileName> Format: ( none | name : <Aaa::IgnoredQosProfileName> ) Possible values: ..maximum lifetime of a session .length: 1<=x<=64 Parameter type: <Aaa::IHUBAuthenticator> Format: radius : <Aaa::RadPolicyName> Possible values: .none : no profile name to associate .name of the QoS profile .name : enter profile name to be associated Field type <Aaa::IgnoredQosProfileName> .range: [0.

length: 1<=x<=32 name of connection profile Table 13. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ( no conn-profile (name) ) | ( conn-profile (name) version <SignedInteger> [ [ no ] reject-no-domain ] [ [ no ] reject-inv-domain ] domain-name <Aaa::DomainName> ) Command Parameters Table 13.a signed integer Parameter type: boolean [no] reject-inv-domain Parameter type: boolean domain-name Parameter type: <Aaa::DomainName> Format: .range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.] . and executed by operators with aaa privileges.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.a profile name .name of the domain .22-1 "Security Connection Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: .22 Security Connection Profile Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the connection profile parameters.22-2 "Security Connection Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description version [no] reject-no-domain Parameter type: <SignedInteger> Format: .length: 1<=x<=64 mandatory parameter version number to be associated to the Profile optional parameter reject user session auth if no domain optional parameter reject user session auth if invalid domain mandatory parameter name of the domain 384 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ( no conn-policy ) | ( conn-policy conn-profile-name <AsamProfileName> ) Command Parameters Table 13.23 Security Connection Policy Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a connection policy associated with the specified policy.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.23-2 "Security Connection Policy Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description conn-profile-name Parameter type: <AsamProfileName> Format: .length: 1<=x<=32 mandatory parameter connection profile associated with this policy 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 385 . The operator should specify the index that indicates which connection policy to apply and the profile-index.a profile name .] . and executed by operators with aaa privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges. which provides the connection profile associated with this policy.range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.

and executed by operators with aaa privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.1x PAE System Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] port-access Parameter type: boolean optional parameter enable port access control 386 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .1x PAE System Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the administrative enable and disable state for port access control in a system. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security pae [ [ no ] port-access ] Command Parameters Table 13.24-2 "Security 802.24 Security 802.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.

13 Security Configuration Commands 13.25-1 "Security 802. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.1x Port Authentication Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure security 802. This command is valid for user ports.the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> . this command will fail.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> . If the user port resides on a board that does not support user authentication.the port number 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description identification of the port or / virtual channel / / / / Released 387 .1x port authentication.1x Port Authentication Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (port) Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> <Eqpt::OntPortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / voip : <Eqpt::LLId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security pae authenticator (port) [ no controlled-port | controlled-port <Aaa::PaeControlledPortControl> ] [ no quiet-period | quiet-period <Aaa::paeQuitTime> ] [ no tx-period | tx-period <Aaa::paeTime> ] [ no supp-timeout | supp-timeout <Aaa::paeTime> ] [ no server-timeout | server-timeout <Aaa::paeTime> ] [ no max-req | max-req <Aaa::paeMaxReq> ] [ [ no ] re-auth-enabled ] [ no re-auth-period | re-auth-period <Aaa::paeReauthPeriod> ] Command Parameters Table 13.25 Security 802. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .

range: [0..13 Security Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> .range: [1.range: [1.the ONT identifier Possible values: .authentication time .range: [1.force-authorized : force authorized control Parameter type: <Aaa::paeQuitTime> Format: ..the ONT SLOT identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntPortId> ...the ONT PORT identifier Field type <Eqpt::LLId> .voip : virtual uni identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntSlotId> ..authentication time ...the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> .range: [1.quietPeriod ..65535] Released optional parameter with default value: 60 quietPeriod constant currently used.the LLID identifier Table 13.25-2 "Security 802.65535] Parameter type: <Aaa::paeTime> Format: .atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> . value in seconds optional parameter with default value: 2 maxReq constant currently used optional parameter enable re-authentication optional parameter with default value: 3600 the actual re-authentication period 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .65535] Parameter type: <Aaa::paeTime> Format: .force-unauthorized : force unauthorized control .. value in seconds optional parameter with default value: 30 txPeriod constant currently used. value in seconds optional parameter with default value: 30 serverTimeout constant currently used..10] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter with default value: "auto" current value of the controlled Port [no] quiet-period [no] tx-period [no] supp-timeout [no] server-timeout [no] max-req [no] re-auth-enabled [no] re-auth-period 388 Parameter type: <Aaa::paeReauthPeriod> Format: .1x Port Authentication Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] controlled-port Parameter type: <Aaa::PaeControlledPortControl> Format: ( force-unauthorized | auto | force-authorized ) Possible values: .range: [1.atm VCI Field type <Eqpt::PonId> ..max number of requests .re-authentication Period ..65535] Parameter type: <Aaa::paeTime> Format: . value in seconds optional parameter with default value: 30 suppTimeout constant currently used.65535] Parameter type: <Aaa::paeMaxReq> Format: .auto : automatic control .authentication time .

the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .1x Extension.the PON identifier 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description identification of the port or / virtual channel / / / / Released 389 .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .1x Extension. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.1x extension port authentication.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> .26-1 "Security 802. Port Authentication Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (port) Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> <Eqpt::OntPortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / voip : <Eqpt::LLId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> .atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> . Port Authentication Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the security 802.26 Security 802. and executed by operators with aaa privileges.atm VCI Field type <Eqpt::PonId> . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security pae ext-authenticator (port) [ [ no ] authentication ] [ [ no ] init-authreq-off ] [ [ no ] handshake ] [ no handshake-period | handshake-period <Aaa::PortHandShakePeriod> ] Command Parameters Table 13.

voip : virtual uni identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntSlotId> .90] optional parameter enable 802.26-2 "Security 802.the ONT PORT identifier Field type <Eqpt::LLId> .the ONT identifier Possible values: .the LLID identifier Table 13. Port Authentication Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] authentication Parameter type: boolean [no] init-authreq-off Parameter type: boolean [no] handshake Parameter type: boolean [no] handshake-period Parameter type: <Aaa::PortHandShakePeriod> Format: .handshake time interval .13 Security Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description Field type <Eqpt::OntId> ...the ONT SLOT identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntPortId> .range: [5.1x authentication optional parameter disable initiate authentication request to supplicant optional parameter enable handshake for this port optional parameter with default value: 15 specify the handshake time interval 390 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .1x Extension.

atm VCI Field type <Eqpt::PonId> .the ONT identifier Possible values: 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Description identification of the port or / virtual channel / / / / / Released 391 .13 Security Configuration Commands 13.1x Port Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type (port) Format: ( <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> : <Eqpt::VpiId> : <Eqpt::VciId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::OntSlotId> <Eqpt::OntPortId> | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / voip | <Eqpt::RackId> / <Eqpt::ShelfId> / <Eqpt::SlotId> <Eqpt::PonId> / <Eqpt::OntId> / <Eqpt::LLId> ) Field type <Eqpt::RackId> . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security pae port (port) [ [ no ] initialize ] Command Parameters Table 13. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with aaa privileges.the rack number Field type <Eqpt::ShelfId> .1x Port Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the security 802.1x port.27 Security 802.the PON identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntId> . and executed by operators with aaa privileges.the shelf number Field type <Eqpt::SlotId> .atm VPI Field type <Eqpt::VciId> .the LT slot number Field type <Eqpt::PortId> .the port number Field type <Eqpt::VpiId> .27-1 "Security 802.

13 Security Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .27-2 "Security 802.the ONT PORT identifier Field type <Eqpt::LLId> .the ONT SLOT identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntPortId> .voip : virtual uni identifier Field type <Eqpt::OntSlotId> .the LLID identifier Table 13.1x Port Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] initialize Parameter type: boolean optional parameter initalize this port 392 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

range: [0.minimum number of special character .all privileges..28-2 "Security Password Policy Configuration Commmand" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description min-length Parameter type: <Sec::PwdLength> Format: .28 Security Password Policy Configuration Commmand Command Description This command allows the operator to configure the password policy.unit: characters ..minimum number of numerical characters . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security...13 Security Configuration Commands 13.20] Parameter type: <Sec::MixCase> Format: ( mandatory | not-mandatory ) Possible values: .mandatory : both upper and lower case characters must be present .range: [6.20] Parameter type: <Sec::PwdSpeChars> Format: .the minimum length of the password .not-mandatory : both upper and lower case characters not optional parameter the minimum length of the password min-num-numeric-char min-num-special-char [no] mixed-case 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter minimum number of numerical characters optional parameter minimum number character of special optional parameter with default value: "not-mandatory" both upper and lower case charactersre must be present Released 393 .20] Parameter type: <Sec::PwdNumChars> Format: .. and executed by operators with security privileges.unit: characters . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security password [ min-length <Sec::PwdLength> ] [ min-num-numeric-char <Sec::PwdNumChars> ] [ min-num-special-char <Sec::PwdSpeChars> ] [ no mixed-case | mixed-case <Sec::MixCase> ] Command Parameters Table 13.range: [1.unit: characters ..

13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description mandatory 394 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security filetransfer [ no protocol | protocol <SwMngt::FileTransferProtocolType> ] Command Parameters Table 13.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.29 File Transfer Configure Command Command Description This command configure file transfer states and attributes.29-2 "File Transfer Configure Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] protocol Parameter type: <SwMngt::FileTransferProtocolType> Format: ( tftp | ftp | sftp ) Possible values: .sftp : the sftp protocol is selected for file transfer optional parameter with default value: "tftp" the protocol that is to be used for file transfer 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 395 . and executed by operators with security privileges.ftp : the ftp protocol is selected for file transfer . The TFTP server functionality will remain enabled when FTP is selected for file transfer. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.tftp : the tftp protocol is selected for file transfer . The TFTP client will however be disabled when FTP is selected.

30-1 "file Transfer server Configure Commands" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (serverid) Format: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security filetransfer ( no server (serverid) ) | ( server (serverid) user-name <SwMngt::UserName> password <SwMngt::Password> ) Command Parameters Table 13.length: x<=32 Parameter type: <SwMngt::Password> Format: .the username used to access the file server . and executed by operators with security privileges.the password used to access the file server .length: 1<=x<=32 mandatory parameter the username used to access the file server password 396 Released mandatory parameter the password used to access the file server 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .IPv4-address (IP address) of the file transfer server Table 13.13 Security Configuration Commands 13. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.30-2 "file Transfer server Configure Commands" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description user-name Parameter type: <SwMngt::UserName> Format: .30 file Transfer server Configure Commands Command Description This command configures file transfer server states and attributes.

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security pmfile 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 397 . and executed by operators with security privileges.31 PM File Upload Configure Command Command Description This command configures PM file upload related parameters User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.

32-1 "PM File Upload Configure Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (upload-index) Format: .the client password for setting up a session with an external mandatory parameter IP address of the primary SFTP file server upload-path upload-username upload-password 398 Released mandatory parameter the path to be addressed for PM file upload.IPv4-address Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadPath> Format: .length: x<=127 Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadClientUsername> Format: . and executed by operators with security privileges.the client username for setting up a session with an external SFTP server .13 Security Configuration Commands 13. must not start with '/' but must end with a '/' .the unique internal identifier of PM file upload entry .range: [1] the unique internal identifier of PM file upload entry Table 13.length: x<=32 Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadClientPassword> Format: . must not start with '/' but must end with a '/' mandatory parameter the client username for setting up a session with an external SFTP server mandatory parameter the client password for setting up a session with an external SFTP 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .the path to be addressed for PM file upload.32-2 "PM File Upload Configure Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description pri-server-addr Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadPrimaryServerAddr> Format: .32 PM File Upload Configure Command Command Description This command configures PM file upload related parameters User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security pmfile ( no upload (upload-index) ) | ( upload (upload-index) pri-server-addr <SwMngt::pmFileUploadPrimaryServerAddr> upload-path <SwMngt::pmFileUploadPath> upload-username <SwMngt::pmFileUploadClientUsername> upload-password <SwMngt::pmFileUploadClientPassword> interval-type <SwMngt::pmFileUploadIntervalType> [ no auto-upload | auto-upload <SwMngt::pmFileAutoUpload> ] [ no retry-num | retry-num <SwMngt::pmFileUploadRetryNum> ] [ no max-delay | max-delay <SwMngt::pmFileUploadMaxDelay> ] ) Command Parameters Table 13.

.length: x<=32 Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadIntervalType> Format: ( 15-min | 24-hour ) Possible values: .the max delay period expressed in seconds for PM file upload after PM data file ready ..range: [0.5] Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadMaxDelay> Format: .enable : PM file transfer auto upload enabled ..400] server mandatory parameter the type of interval to be used to transfer the PM counters optional parameter with default value: "disable" whether auto upload function enabled or not optional parameter with default value: "3" the number of PM file upload retries in case the initial PM file upload failed optional parameter with default value: "400" the max delay period expressed in seconds for PM file upload after PM data file ready Released 399 ..unit: seconds .the number of PM file upload retries in case the initial PM file upload failed .15-min : PM counters collected based on the 15-min interval .13 Security Configuration Commands Parameter interval-type [no] auto-upload [no] retry-num [no] max-delay 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description SFTP server .disable : PM file transfer auto upload disabled Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileUploadRetryNum> Format: .range: [0.24-hour : PM counters collected based on the 1-day interval Parameter type: <SwMngt::pmFileAutoUpload> Format: ( enable | disable ) Possible values: .

make sure that at least one CLI operator is existing with li-admin access rigth User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.only CLI operators with li-admin access right can view who has LI access. and executed by operators with security privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security li [ [ no ] separate ] Command Parameters Table 13. When li separate is disabled: -any operator with security access right can can grant other operators LI access Before enabling.33-2 "Lawful Intercept Split Management Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] separate Parameter type: boolean optional parameter enable split management 400 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .only CLI operators with li-admin access right can grant other operators LI access.13 Security Configuration Commands 13.33 Lawful Intercept Split Management Configuration Command Command Description When li separate is enabled: . .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security peripheral-mgnt mac-filter (index-num) [ no filter | filter <Sys::PeriphMacFilter> ] Command Parameters Table 13.any : all destination MAC address Field type <Sys::MacAddr> . covering the 3 most significant bytes) User Level The command can be accessed by operators with all privileges. (Original manufacturer Unique Identifier. with each begin and end MAC address having the same OUI.range: [1..34-2 "MAC Filter Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] filter Parameter type: <Sys::PeriphMacFilter> Format: ( any . and executed by operators with all privileges.Filter rule number ..any | <Sys::MacAddr> .<Sys::MacAddr> ) Possible values: . The filter is implemented using a white-list of 20 MAC ranges.length: 6 optional parameter with default value: "00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00-00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00" specifies to MAC addresses to be matched with the packet 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 401 .length: 6 Possible values: .13 Security Configuration Commands 13.20] filter number Table 13.34-1 "MAC Filter Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index-num) Format: .a mac-address (example : 01:02:03:04:05:06) . upstream traffic from any peripheral attached to the management port on the FD-REM will be filtered at mac level.a mac-address (example : 01:02:03:04:05:06) .34 MAC Filter Configuration Command Command Description By using this command.any : all source MAC address Field type <Sys::MacAddr> .

1 Secure Shell Configuration Command Tree 14.3 Secure Shell User Configuration Command 14.2 SSH Server Configuration Command 14.5 Secure Shell SFTP User Configuration Command 402 Released 14-403 14-404 14-405 14-406 14-408 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .14.4 Secure Shell Access Configuration Command 14.Secure Shell Configuration Commands 14.

[no] dis-hmac-sha-1-96 .key ----access .[no] dis-blowfish .[no] debug ----sftp-user .[no] cli .[no] dis-des-3 .[no] dis-aes .password 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 403 .[no] dis-hmac-sha-1 .[no] tl1 .[no] idle-timeout .[no] dis-des-56 ----[no] user . Command Tree ----configure ----system ----security ----ssh ----server-profile .[no] server-retries .14 Secure Shell Configuration Commands 14.(username) .1 Secure Shell Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Secure Shell Configuration Commands".[no] protocol .(name) .

. authentiation and encryption algorithm to be used User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges..range: [0.14 Secure Shell Configuration Commands 14. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ssh server-profile [ no server-retries | server-retries <SSH::ServerRetries> ] [ no idle-timeout | idle-timeout <SSH::ServerIdleTimeOut> ] [ [ no ] dis-hmac-sha-1 ] [ [ no ] dis-hmac-sha-1-96 ] [ [ no ] dis-aes ] [ [ no ] dis-des-3 ] [ [ no ] dis-blowfish ] [ [ no ] dis-des-56 ] Command Parameters Table 14. idle timeout.maximum idle time allowed .2-2 "SSH Server Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] server-retries optional parameter with default value: 3 maximum number of attempts can be tried optional parameter with default value: 1800 maximum idle time allowed [no] dis-hmac-sha-1 Parameter type: <SSH::ServerRetries> Format: .maximum number of attempts can be tried .1800] Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-hmac-sha-1-96 Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-aes Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-des-3 Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-blowfish Parameter type: boolean [no] dis-des-56 Parameter type: boolean [no] idle-timeout 404 Released optional parameter disable hma-sha-1 authentication optional parameter disable hma-sha-1-96 authentication optional parameter disable aes encryption optional parameter disable 3des encryption optional parameter disable blowfish encryption optional parameter disable des-56 encryption 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 ... and executed by operators with security privileges.unit: sec .2 SSH Server Configuration Command Command Description This command configures the SSH Server parameters like maximum number of server retries.range: [1.3] Parameter type: <SSH::ServerIdleTimeOut> Format: .

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. etc.3-1 "Secure Shell User Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: . As parameters.unique index to the table .g.14 Secure Shell Configuration Commands 14. operator) who is authorised to manage the system in a secure way and choosing the public key authentication (as opposed to password authentication)method.length: 1<=x<=11 unique index to the table Table 14. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ssh ( no user (name) ) | ( user (name) [ key <SSH::SshClientPublicKey> ] ) Command Parameters Table 14.3-2 "Secure Shell User Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description key Parameter type: <SSH::SshClientPublicKey> Format: . ssh-keygen (Unix). A maximum of 10 such users can be configured. PuTTYgen (PC). The public key is generated by the user using e.length: 1<=x<=725 optional parameter public string of the client 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 405 . and executed by operators with security privileges. the command requires a client user name and the corresponding public key.user public key to be stored .3 Secure Shell User Configuration Command Command Description This command is used to configure a client (user.

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ssh access [ no protocol | protocol <SwMngt::FileTransferProtocolType> ] [ no cli | cli <SSH::ChannelCLISSH> ] [ no tl1 | tl1 <SSH::ChannelTL1SSH> ] [ no debug | debug <SSH::ChannelDebugUDP> ] Command Parameters Table 14. telnet . ssh-telnet .enables only TL1/UDP 5. TL1/SSH.enables only TL1/Telnet 4. udp-ssh . tftp . udp-telnet .disable debug/UDP 2.14 Secure Shell Configuration Commands 14. ssh .enables the TFTP application Options for tl1 1. udp .enables the SFTP application 3. TL1/Telnet. none . telnet .enables both TL1/UDP and TL1/Telnet 7.enables only CLI/TELNET and disables CLI/SSH 3. telnet-ssh .enables both TL1/SSH and TL1/Telnet 8.enables the FTP application 2. and TL1/UDP 2.CLI and debug. ftp . Options for cli 1. sftp .enables TL1/UDP. udp-ssh-telnet . none . This command allows also configuration of file transfer protocol.enables both CLI/SSH and CLI/TELNET Options for file transfer protocol 1. and executed by operators with security privileges.enables both TL1/UDP and TL1/SSH 6.4 Secure Shell Access Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to enable and disable the remote management access channels like TL1. and TL1/Telnet Options for debug 1. udp .enable debug/UDP User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. ssh .enables only CLI/SSH and disables CLI/TELNET 2.disable TL1/SSH.4-2 "Secure Shell Access Configuration Command" Command Parameters 406 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .enables only TL1/SSH 3.

tftp : the tftp protocol is selected for file transfer .udp-telnet : enable both tl1 over udp and telnet .ssh-telnet : enable both tl1 over ssh and telnet .telnet : enable only tl1 over telnet . ssh and telnet Parameter type: <SSH::ChannelDebugUDP> Format: ( none | udp ) Possible values: .udp : enable only tl1 over udp .ftp : the ftp protocol is selected for file transfer .ssh : enable only tl1 over ssh .none : disable tl1 over ssh/telnet/udp .telnet : enable only cli over telnet .udp-ssh : enable both tl1 over ssh and udp .telnet-ssh : enable both cli over ssh and telnet Parameter type: <SSH::ChannelTL1SSH> Format: ( none | ssh | telnet | udp | udp-ssh | udp-telnet | ssh-telnet | udp-ssh-telnet ) Possible values: . telnet. or udp optional parameter with default value: "udp" enable/disable debug over udp Released 407 .sftp : the sftp protocol is selected for file transfer Parameter type: <SSH::ChannelCLISSH> Format: ( ssh | telnet | telnet-ssh ) Possible values: .udp : enable debug over udp optional parameter with default value: "tftp" the protocol that is to be used for file transfer [no] cli [no] tl1 [no] debug 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter with default value: "telnet-ssh" enable/disable cli over ssh or telnet optional parameter with default value: "udp-ssh-telnet" enable/disable tl1 over ssh.udp-ssh-telnet : enable tl1 over udp.ssh : enable only cli over ssh .14 Secure Shell Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] protocol Parameter type: <SwMngt::FileTransferProtocolType> Format: ( tftp | ftp | sftp ) Possible values: .none : disable debug over udp .

prompt : prompts the operator for a password .length: 6<=x<=32 optional parameter user name used when ISAM acts as SFTP client optional parameter password used when ISAM acts as SFTP client password 408 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .14 Secure Shell Configuration Commands 14.specifies sftp user name to be used .plain : the password in plain text Field type <SSH::SftpPassword> .sftp password . and executed by operators with security privileges.5 Secure Shell SFTP User Configuration Command Command Description The system acts as an SFTP client towards an external SFTP server.length: x<=32 Parameter type: <SSH::SftpPassword> Format: ( prompt | plain : <SSH::SftpPassword> ) Possible values: . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system security ssh sftp-user [ (username) ] [ password <SSH::SftpPassword> ] Command Parameters Table 14.5-2 "Secure Shell SFTP User Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description (username) Format: . This command allows the operator to configure the user name and password the system should use towards the external SFTP server.

1 Transaction Configuration Command Tree 15.15.2 Transaction Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 15-410 15-411 Released 409 .Transaction Configuration Commands 15.

15 Transaction Configuration Commands 15.1 Transaction Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Transaction Configuration Commands".log-full-action 410 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] time-out-value . Command Tree ----configure ----system ----transaction .

User Level The command can be accessed by operators with alarm privileges..2 Transaction Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure transaction parameters.range: [6000.halt : logging is stopped until the log buffer is reset optional parameter with default value: 6000 set the timeout for transaction log-full-action 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter set action to be taken when the log is full Released 411 .timeout of the transaction .indefinite : indefinite timeout value Field type <Trans::TimeoutValue> .unit: 1/100 sec . and executed by operators with alarm privileges.360000] Parameter type: <Trans::logFullaction> Format: ( wrap | halt ) Possible values: .2-2 "Transaction Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description [no] time-out-value Parameter type: <Trans::TimeoutValue> Format: ( indefinite | <Trans::TimeoutValue> ) Possible values: ..wrap : older log records are overwritten by recent ones . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system transaction [ no time-out-value | time-out-value <Trans::TimeoutValue> ] [ log-full-action <Trans::logFullaction> ] Command Parameters Table 15.15 Transaction Configuration Commands 15.

SYSLOG Configuration Commands 16.1 SYSLOG Configuration Command Tree 16.2 SYSLOG Destination Configuration command 16.16.3 SYSLOG Route Configuration Command 412 Released 16-413 16-414 16-416 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

type .[no] alert . Command Tree ----configure ----system ----syslog ----[no] destination .[no] information .[no] debug 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 413 .(name) .1 SYSLOG Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "SYSLOG Configuration Commands".16 SYSLOG Configuration Commands 16.[no] critical .facility .(name) .[no] warning .[no] disable .[no] upload-rotate ----[no] route .msg-type .[no] notice .[no] emergency .[no] error .

and executed by operators with security privileges.] .file : file in which logs to be stored . to a file on a designated upload server (file:).2-2 "SYSLOG Destination Configuration command" Command Parameters Parameter Type type Parameter type: <Sys::ServerType> mandatory parameter Format: destination type ( file : <Sys::ServName> : <Sys::FileSize> | remote-file : <Ip::V4Address> : <Sys::UploadPathName> : <Sys::ServName> : <Sys::FileSize> | udp : <Ip::V4Address> : <Sys::NetworkPort> : unlimited | udp : <Ip::V4Address> : <Sys::NetworkPort> : <SYS::MaxRate> | all-cli | all-tl1 | all-users ) Possible values: .2-1 "SYSLOG Destination Configuration command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: . for rotated files.all-tl1 : tl1 users terminal logging . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system syslog ( no destination (name) ) | ( destination (name) type <Sys::ServerType> [ [ no ] disable ] [ [ no ] upload-rotate ] ) Command Parameters Table 16. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges. all logged in CLI-users (all-cli) or all logged in TL1-users (all-tl1) or both (all-users).remote-file : remote file in which logs to be stored .a profile name .range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_. Log messages can be sent to a file or.length: 1<=x<=32 name of the syslog destination Table 16.2 SYSLOG Destination Configuration command Command Description This command allows the operator to configure a syslog destination.udp : log messages to the destination .all-users : all cli and tl1 users 414 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .16 SYSLOG Configuration Commands 16. a remote server (udp:).all-cli : cli users terminal logging .

IPv4-address Field type <Sys::UploadPathName> . path name must end with '/' or '\' depending on OS of TFTP server used ..range: [0.] .65535] Possible values: ..2147483647] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter disable logging to the destination Parameter type: boolean optional parameter enable upload of rotated files to a configured path Released 415 ..range: [1.length: 1<=x<=64 Field type <Sys::ServName> .transfer rate .filename in which logs to be stored .the maximum file size .an absolute or relative path name (example : /var/log)..length: 1<=x<=12 Field type <Sys::FileSize> .16 SYSLOG Configuration Commands Parameter [no] disable [no] upload-rotate 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Type Description Field type <Ip::V4Address> .range: [1.1000000] Field type <Sys::NetworkPort> ..range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_..unlimited : transfer rate is unlimited Field type <SYS::MaxRate> .the network port number .

] .authentication : authentication messages .cli-config-chgs : cli commands . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure system syslog ( no route (name) msg-type <Sys::MessageType> ) | ( route (name) msg-type <Sys::MessageType> facility <Sys::LogFacility> [ [ no ] emergency ] [ [ no ] alert ] [ [ no ] critical ] [ [ no ] error ] [ [ no ] warning ] [ [ no ] notice ] [ [ no ] information ] [ [ no ] debug ] ) Command Parameters Table 16.range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.all : messages of any type .a profile name .tl1-config-chgs : tl1 commands .3-1 "SYSLOG Route Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (name) Format: . User Level The command can be accessed by operators with security privileges.3 SYSLOG Route Configuration Command Command Description This command allows an operator to configure which messages must be sent to a given syslog destination and to assign the appropriate syslog parameters to them.16 SYSLOG Configuration Commands 16. and executed by operators with security privileges.cli-msgs : cli messages name of the destination where messages must be sent to msg-type 416 Released type of the message to be routed 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .length: 1<=x<=32 Parameter type: <Sys::MessageType> Format: ( all | authentication | cli-config-chgs | tl1-config-chgs | cli-msgs | tl1-msgs | tracing1 | tracing2 | tracing3 | video-cdr | eqpt | li-config-chgs | omci ) Possible values: .

local2 : local2 facility .local6 : local6 facility .daemon : daemon facility .16 SYSLOG Configuration Commands Resource Identifier Type Description .local5 : local5 facility .cron : cron facility .tracing2 : protocol tracing messages .mail : mail facility .tl1-msgs : tl1 messages .3-2 "SYSLOG Route Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type Description facility mandatory parameter facility to be set in the outgoing message [no] emergency Parameter type: <Sys::LogFacility> Format: ( kern | user | mail | daemon | auth | syslog | pr | news | uucp | cron | local0 | local1 | local2 | local3 | local4 | local5 | local6 | local7 ) Possible values: .syslog : syslog facility .li-config-chgs : li-config-chgs can only be logged to a destination = encrypted file .local7 : local7 facility Parameter type: boolean [no] alert Parameter type: boolean [no] critical Parameter type: boolean 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 optional parameter pass messages of severity emergency optional parameter pass messages of severity alert optional parameter Released 417 .local0 : local0 facility .omci : OMCI events Table 16.pr : printer facility .uucp : uucp facility .local1 : local1 facility .local3 : local3 facility .kern : kernel facility .user : user facility .video-cdr : video cdr messages .tracing1 : protocol tracing messages .auth : authentication facility .local4 : local4 facility .eqpt : equipment event messages .tracing3 : protocol tracing messages .news : news facility .

16 SYSLOG Configuration Commands Parameter Type [no] error Parameter type: boolean [no] warning Parameter type: boolean [no] notice Parameter type: boolean [no] information Parameter type: boolean [no] debug Parameter type: boolean 418 Released Description pass messages of severity critical optional parameter pass messages of severity error optional parameter pass messages of severity warning optional parameter pass messages of severity notice optional parameter pass messages of severity info optional parameter pass messages of severity debug 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

Software Management Configuration Commands 17.1 Software Management Configuration Command Tree 17.17.3 Database Automatic Activation Configure Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 17-420 17-421 17-424 Released 419 .2 Software Management Overall Software Package Configuration Command 17.

[no] activate ----database .(index) .[no] activate .[no] backup .primary-file-server-id .second-file-server-id X download-set X autofetch . Command Tree ----configure ----software-mngt ----oswp .1 Software Management Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "Software Management Configuration Commands".17 Software Management Configuration Commands 17.[no] auto-backup-intvl 420 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .

The download process can be implicitly or explicitly interrupted. the system requires two OSWPs. the system has only one OSWP. The manager specifies the path name of the overall descriptor file. The manager requests that the system remove the NotActive/UnCommitted OSWP. The management channel between the system and the manager is established and the system is not involved in any other software download process.17 Software Management Configuration Commands 17. the Enabled/Active/Committed OSWP and the new downloaded OSWP. The manager requests that the system download a new OSWP. and the set of files the manager wants to have available on the system before activating the new OSWP.2 Software Management Overall Software Package Configuration Command Introduction The Overall Software Package (OSWP) can be in any one of the following states: operational. the system not being able to download or interpret the overall descriptor file. The implicit interruption can occur due to reasons such as the unavailability of enough resources to store SWP files. and committed. If there are no exceptions. enabled. activated. the management channel between the system and the manager must be established. Abort an OSWP The manager can abort an OSWP when the system has two OSWPs. on condition that sufficient resources are available for their persistent storage. The state of one OSWP is Enabled/Active and the 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 421 . Only files and databases related to this OSWP are stored persistently in the system. The state of the OSWP to be removed is Aborting/NotActive/UnCommitted during the complete removal operation. the TFTP-servers where the overall descriptor files are located. disabled. Activate a Not-Active OSWP To activate a not-active OSWP. abort its download. The system downloads the overall descriptor files and stores them persistently. The state of this OSWP is Enabled/Active/Committed. The state of the first OSWP is Enabled/Active/Committed while the second OSWP is in one of the following three states: Enabled/NotActive/UnCommitted. or Disabled/NotActive/UnCommitted. the system must have only one enabled/active/committed OSWP. downloading. The state of the new OSWP is Enabled/NotActive/UnCommitted. The operator can also configure the download set or the set of files that are needed before triggering activation. or enable or disable its autofetch property. The system downloads the software files that are specified in the downloaded SWP descriptor files. The operator can also specify primary and secondary TFTP-server IDs for downloading the database. The explicit interruption can occur when the manager requests that the system abort the ongoing download process. Download a new OSWP To download an OSWP. aborting. After a successful abort. Downloading/NotActive/UnCommitted. The manager can monitor the progress of the download process with granularity. or the system not being able to download a selected SWP descriptor file. The operator can perform such functions as download the OSWP or set of files. The system removes all the persistent stored files and databases not related to the Enabled/Active/Committed OSWP. the system has two OSWPs. and the system must not be involved in another software download process.

together with the selected compatible database.2-1 "Software Management Overall Software Package Configuration Command" Resource Parameters Resource Identifier Type Description (index) Format: .2-2 "Software Management Overall Software Package Configuration Command" Command Parameters 422 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 . The state of this OSWP is Enabled/Active/Committed.17 Software Management Configuration Commands state of the second OSWP is Enabled/NotActive. The system removes all the persistent stored files and databases that do not belong to the Enabled/Active OSWP. The manager requests that the system activates the Enabled/NotActive OSWP. the system has only one OSWP. The previous Not-active OSWP is now active. the system has two OSWPs. Only files related to this OSWP are stored persistently in the system. Finally. the system creates a default database that is compatible with the Enabled/NotActive OSWP. Also.. the system requires two OSWPs. The system then starts the activation process of the NotActive OSWP.id of one of the two oswps . the system first selects an available database that is compatible with and linked to the Enabled/NotActive OSWP. after a successful commit process. after the successful activation of the Not-active OSWP. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with software management privileges. OSWP is The manager requests that the system commit the active OSWP. and executed by operators with software management privileges. the previous Active OSWP is still available. Command Description This command allows the operator to configure various OSWP attributes and parameters. Commit an OSWP To commit an OSWP.. In case the manager requests to activate with default database. In case the manager requests to activate with linked database. but NotActive. The management channel between the system and the manager is established and the system is not involved in another software download process.range: [1. The state of the OSWP to be committed is Enabled/Active/Committing during the complete commit operation. Finally.2] index to the swm oswp table Table 17. The state of the first Enabled/Active/UnCommitted and the state of the second OSWP is Enabled/NotActive/Committed. Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure software-mngt oswp (index) [ primary-file-server-id <SwMngt::serverId> ] [ second-file-server-id <SwMngt::serverId> ] [ download-set <SwMngt::downloadSet> ] [ autofetch <SwMngt::autoFetch> ] [ no activate | activate <SwMngt::OswpAutoAct> ] Command Parameters Table 17.

manually : manually activate the OSWP .after-download : enable the automatic activation of OSWP after downloading optional parameter tftp/sftp server address for overall descriptor file optional parameter 2nd tftp/sftp server address for overall descriptor file obsolete parameter that will be ignored set of files needed before triggering activation second-file-server-id download-set autofetch [no] activate 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 obsolete parameter that will be ignored disable autofetch feature optional parameter with default value: "manually" determines when to active an OSWP Released 423 .min-set : minimum set of files needed to activate .actual-set : files applicable for the board types .IPv4-address Parameter type: <SwMngt::serverId> Format: .17 Software Management Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description primary-file-server-id Parameter type: <SwMngt::serverId> Format: .IPv4-address Parameter type: <SwMngt::downloadSet> Format: ( min-set | actual-set | complete-set ) Possible values: .disabled : disable autofetch feature Parameter type: <SwMngt::OswpAutoAct> Format: ( manually | after-download ) Possible values: .complete-set : all the files Parameter type: <SwMngt::autoFetch> Format: disabled Possible values: .

/] .3 Database Automatic Activation Configure Command Command Description This command configure database automatic activation and automatic backup states and attributes.17 Software Management Configuration Commands 17.range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.IPv4-address Field type <SwMngt::dbpath> .manually : manually backup of the database .activate : automatic backup of the database Field type <Ip::V4Address> .manually : manually activate the OSWP Parameter type: <SwMngt::DbAutoBackup> optional parameter with default Format: value: "manually" ( manually backup destination of database | activate : <Ip::V4Address> : <SwMngt::dbpath> ) Possible values: . Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure software-mngt database [ no activate | activate <SwMngt::DbAutoAct> ] [ no backup | backup <SwMngt::DbAutoBackup> ] [ no auto-backup-intvl | auto-backup-intvl <SwMngt::DbAutoBackIntvl> ] Command Parameters Table 17.length: x<=255 Parameter type: <SwMngt::DbAutoBackIntvl> optional parameter with default Format: value: 24 . and executed by operators with software management privileges. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with software management privileges.after-download : enable the automatic activation of database after downloading .the interval period for automatic backup the interval period for automatic [no] backup [no] auto-backup-intvl 424 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .3-2 "Database Automatic Activation Configure Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type [no] activate Parameter type: <SwMngt::DbAutoAct> optional parameter with default Format: value: "manually" ( after-download determines when to active | manually ) database Possible values: .path for the db (example: /path_to_db) .

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8 QoS CAC Profile Configuration Command 18.25 QoS Session Upstream Policy List Configuration Command 18.5 QoS DSCP-to-Dot1P Alignment for L3 Forwarded Traffic Configuration Command 18.QoS Configuration Commands 18.4 QoS Dsl Control Pkt Policer Configuration Command 18.35 QoS LIM Queue (SHDSL) Configuration Command 18.2 QoS Configuration Command 18.36 QoS Interface Configuration Command 426 Released 18-428 18-432 18-434 18-436 18-437 18-438 18-441 18-443 18-445 18-446 18-447 18-448 18-449 18-450 18-451 18-452 18-454 18-455 18-456 18-459 18-461 18-463 18-465 18-467 18-470 18-471 18-472 18-474 18-476 18-479 18-481 18-483 18-485 18-487 18-489 18-491 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .10 QoS Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command 18.18.13 QoS Dot1P and DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command 18.29 QoS IngressQoS Profile Configuration Command 18.9 QoS Single Dot1P Marker Configuration Command 18.33 QoS LIM Queue Configuration Command 18.24 QoS Session Profile Configuration Command 18.12 QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For DSCP-contract 18.19 QoS Policer Profile Configuration Command 18.1 QoS Configuration Command Tree 18.32 QoS DSL Link Configuration Command 18.20 QoS L2 Filter Profile Configuration Command 18.21 QoS L3 Filter Profile Configuration Command 18.6 QoS Queue Profile Configuration Command 18.28 QoS Bandwidth Profile Configuration Command 18.23 QoS Policy Profile Configuration Command 18.7 QoS Scheduler Node Profile Configuration Command 18.22 QoS Policy Action Profile Configuration Command 18.31 QoS Queue Threshold Crossing Alarm Configuration Command 18.16 QoS Dot1P Alignment Marker Configuration Command 18.14 DSCP Contract Table Codepoint Configuration Command For D1p-dscp-contract 18.15 QoS Dot1P and Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command 18.26 QoS Session Downstream Policy List Configuration Command 18.34 QoS ShdSL Link Configuration Command 18.1P Class-to-Queue Mapping Configuration Command 18.30 QoS Board-Level Queue and Performance Configuration Command 18.18 QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For DSCP-contract 18.3 QoS 802.17 QoS Dot1P Remark Table Marker Configuration Command 18.27 QoS Shaper Profile Configuration Command 18.11 QoS DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command 18.

18.38 QoS Interface Upstream Queue Configuration Command 18.37 QoS Interface Queue Configuration Command 18.39 QoS Line Control Packets Rate Limit Configuration Command 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 18-494 18-497 18-500 Released 427 .

(index) .(name) .default-dscp .(name) .res-data-bandwidth .1 QoS Configuration Command Tree Description This chapter gives an overview of nodes that are handled by "QoS Configuration Commands".weight .[no] alignment ----[no] dscp-contract .dot1p-value ----profiles ----[no] queue .max-mcast-bandwidth .[no] mcast-inc-shape ----[no] cac .(name) .(bac-complex-type) .[no] cac-mode ----tc-map-dot1p .tc .policer-color ----dsl-ctrl-pkt-policer .(name) .[no] enable-alignment .(name) .18 QoS Configuration Commands 18.[no] atm-overhead-fact .[no] sustained-rate .dpcolor . Command Tree ----configure ----qos .shaper-profile .[no] unit ----[no] scheduler-node .priority .(index) X queue .(name) 428 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] cac-type ----marker ----[no] d1p .[no] burst-size ----dscp-map-dot1p .[no] eth-efm-fact .default-dot1p ----[no] dscp .res-voice-bandwidth .

[no] alignment ----codepoint .default-dot1p ----[no] d1p-alignment .[no] min-dst-port .[no] ethertype .[no] max-src-port .(name) .(codepoint) .(name) .[no] dot1p-priority .[no] src-mac-addr .[no] protocol ----[no] policy-action .[no] yellow-action .[no] src-ip-addr .(name) .[no] policer-type .[no] canonical-format .(alignment) ----[no] dot1p-remark .[no] max-dst-port .(name) .[no] vlan-id ----[no] l3-filter .[no] dscp-value ----[no] d1p-dscp-contract .default-dscp .[no] coupling-flag .[no] color-mode .[no] dst-mac-addr .[no] shared-policer 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 429 .[no] dscp-value .(name) .[no] excess-burst-size .committed-burst-size .[no] min-src-port .(dot1p-value) .[no] dst-ip-addr .[no] remark-value ----[no] policer .[no] dscp-value ----[no] d1p-dscp .[no] dscp-value .(name) .(name) ----dot1p-value .[no] discard-packet .dot1p-value X [no] alignment ----codepoint .[no] excess-info-rate .[no] green-action .(codepoint) .[no] dot1p-value .(name) .18 QoS Configuration Commands .[no] red-action ----[no] l2-filter .committed-info-rate .

[no] delay-tolerance ----[no] ingress-qos .[no] dsload-tca .18 QoS Configuration Commands .[no] policy-action ----[no] session .[no] dot1-p6-tc .[no] up-obc-thresh .assured-info-rate .committed-info-rate .[no] precedence .[no] up-buf-thresh .(name) .[no] dot1-p0-tc .logical-flow-type .committed-info-rate .(name) .[no] up-marker ----[no] up-policy .[no] dot1-p2-tc .(name) .[no] dot1-p2-color .[no] dot1-p7-color ----global .[no] buffer-tca .(name) ----[no] shaper .[no] queue-stats .filter .[no] dot1-p4-color .[no] dot1-p3-color .(name) .[no] usedei .[no] dot1-p1-tc .[no] dot1-p7-tc .[no] down-policer .[no] type .[no] dn-buf-thresh 430 Released 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .[no] policer-profile ----[no] policy .(name) .[no] dot1-p1-color .[no] dot1-p4-tc .[no] dot1-p5-color .(index) .excessive-info-rate .committed-burst-size .[no] dot1-p6-color .[no] buffer-occ-thresh .[no] autoshape ----[no] bandwidth .(name) ----[no] down-policy .[no] dot1-p5-tc .[no] dot1-p0-color .[no] dn-obc-thresh .[no] up-policer .[no] dsload-thresh .[no] excess-info-rate .[no] dot1-p3-tc .

cac-profile ----X queue .cac-profile ----X queue .[no] cac-profile .[no] dis-frame-th ----X dsl-port .(queue) .shaper-profile ----upstream-queue .weight .oper-rate ----queue .[no] ds-num-queue .priority .oper-weight .18 QoS Configuration Commands .(index) .oper-weight .[no] ds-queue-sharing .[no] queue-profile ----[no] ctrl-pkt-policer .[no] scheduler-node .[no] tca-enable .(index) .[no] weight .[no] sustained-rate .queue-profile ----X shdsl-port .queue-profile ----interface .(protocol-id) .[no] burst-size 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 431 .[no] scheduler-profile .[no] priority .[no] queue-stats-on .[no] load-thresh .[no] part-buf-thresh ----tca .(queue) .[no] bandwidth-sharing .queue-profile .(queue) .[no] bandwidth-profile .(index) .queue .(index) .[no] us-num-queue .[no] us-queue-sharing .[no] autoschedule .(queue) .scheduler-profile .

Command Syntax The command has the following syntax: > configure qos [ no atm-overhead-fact | atm-overhead-fact <Qos::AtmFactor> ] [ no eth-efm-fact | eth-efm-fact <Qos::EthEfmFactor> ] [ [ no ] enable-alignment ] [ no cac-mode | cac-mode <Qos::CacMode> ] Command Parameters Table 18. The Global CAC-mode selection switch determines whether Connection Admission Control relies on the guaranteed sync rate or the actual line rate of the physical interface. which means a typical overhead of 3% for EFM Encapsulation. The Eth EFM overhead factor specifies in terms of percentage what part of a given raw EFM bit rate will be available for Ethernet frames....unit: % .range: [1. and executed by operators with qos privileges. The default value is 85%. The default value is 97%.2 QoS Configuration Command Command Description This command allows the operator to specify global QoS parameters.range: [1. The enable alignment is used to enable or disable the DSCP to P-bits alignment for all the L3 forwarded traffic.100] Parameter type: <Qos::EthEfmFactor> optional parameter with default Format: value: 97 .over head factor introduced by atm layer over head factor introduced by . which means a typical overhead of 15% for ATM/AAL5.unit: % atm layer . QoS management will use this value to deduct the available Ethernet rate on ATM-based DSL interfaces. The ATM overhead factor specifies in terms of percentage what part of a given raw ATM bit rate will be available for Ethernet frames. The ATM overhead factor is used to calculate ATM bandwidth required by streams for which bandwidth parameters are specified as Ethernet bandwidth. User Level The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges.18 QoS Configuration Commands 18. The Eth EFM overhead factor is used to calculate EFM bandwidth required by streams for which bandwidth parameters are specified as Ethernet bandwidth.100] Parameter type: boolean optional parameter DSCP to P-bit alignment for all forwarded L3 traffic [no] eth-efm-fact [no] enable-alignment 432 Released Description 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 .value to estimate bandwidth overhead inserted by efm value to estimate bandwidth layer overhead inserted by efm layer .2-2 "QoS Configuration Command" Command Parameters Parameter Type [no] atm-overhead-fact Parameter type: <Qos::AtmFactor> optional parameter with default Format: value: 85 ..

18 QoS Configuration Commands Parameter Type Description [no] cac-mode Parameter type: <Qos::CacMode> Format: ( nocac | msr | alr ) Possible values: .alr : base on actual line rate optional parameter with default value: "msr" This object stores an global CAC mode selection switch 3HH-08079-DDAA-TCZZA 01 Released 433 .nocac : no cac in system .msr : base on minimum synchronized rate .

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18.3 QoS 802.1P Class-to-Queue Mapping
Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure the downstream traffic class mapping table. This table defines
which 802.1P codepoint is cast to which egress buffer on the L3 units.
There is a second class to the queue mapping table on the SHub/IHub, but this class is independent from the
configuration perspective of this table. (See the traffic class configuration section for more information.) The
second class is used mainly for upstream traffic segregation into egress buffers on the SHub/IHub.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos tc-map-dot1p (index) [ queue <Qos::Queues> ] [ tc <Qos::QosTrafficClass> ] [ dpcolor
<Qos::Color> ] [ policer-color <Qos::PolicerColor> ]

Command Parameters
Table 18.3-1 "QoS 802.1P Class-to-Queue Mapping Configuration Command" Resource
Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(index)

Format:
- value of 802.1p field
- range: [0...7]

value of 802.1p field

Table 18.3-2 "QoS 802.1P Class-to-Queue Mapping Configuration Command" Command
Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

queue

Parameter type: <Qos::Queues>
Format:
- output dsl/gpon/epon port queue number
- range: [0...7,255]
Parameter type: <Qos::QosTrafficClass>
Format:
- the traffic class number
- range: [0...7]
Parameter type: <Qos::Color>
Format:
( green
| yellow )

obsolete parameter replaced by
parameter "tc"
output dsl port queue number

tc

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the traffic class number
optional parameter
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Possible values:
- green : discard priority green in queue
- yellow : discard priority yellow in queue
Parameter type: <Qos::PolicerColor>
Format:
( green
| yellow
| red )
Possible values:
- green : green color
- yellow : yellow color
- red : red color

Description

optional parameter
the frame colour for trtcm

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18.4 QoS Dsl Control Pkt Policer Configuration
Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a upstream QoS Dsl Control Packet Policer.This control packet
policer serves to prevent DoS attacks from subscriber premises against the control plane of the ISAM. The policing
parameters that can be configured are the sustainable rate in packets/sec and the maximum burst size in packets.
Control packets arriving at a higher rate then the sustainable rate are dropped by the policer.
Control packets arriving in a longer burst then the maximum burst size are dropped by the policer.
Control packets are packets directed to the LSM itself or inserted by the LSM. The control packet protocol type
depends on the applied forwarding model, and can be 802.1x, ARP, RIP, DHCP, IGMP, PPPoEDiscovery , PPP
LCP, PPP control, PPP LCP termination acknowledgement. Policing is not applied on control packets inserted by
the LSM.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos dsl-ctrl-pkt-policer [ no sustained-rate | sustained-rate <Qos::SustainedRate> ] [ no burst-size |
burst-size <Qos::DslCtrlBurstSize> ]

Command Parameters
Table 18.4-2 "QoS Dsl Control Pkt Policer Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] sustained-rate

Parameter type: <Qos::SustainedRate>
Format:
- the police rate of inc user pkts in pps
- range: [1...64]
Parameter type: <Qos::DslCtrlBurstSize>
Format:
- the burst size
- range: [1...128]

optional parameter with default
value: 15
max
sustainable
rate
in
packets/sec
optional parameter with default
value: 10
max burst size, in packets

[no] burst-size

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18.5 QoS DSCP-to-Dot1P Alignment for L3
Forwarded Traffic Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a DSCP-to-Dot1P Alignment Table for L3 forwarded traffic.This
facility allows DSCP to P-bits alignment without the use of QoS session profiles via configuring a mapping table
with global scope. It is only applied to traffic in interfaces with L3 forwarding.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos dscp-map-dot1p (index) [ dot1p-value <Qos::DscpToDot1PAlign> ]

Command Parameters
Table 18.5-1 "QoS DSCP-to-Dot1P Alignment for L3 Forwarded Traffic Configuration Command"
Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(index)

Format:
- the DSCP value
- range: [0...63]

the DSCP value

Table 18.5-2 "QoS DSCP-to-Dot1P Alignment for L3 Forwarded Traffic Configuration Command"
Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

dot1p-value

Parameter type: <Qos::DscpToDot1PAlign>
Format:
- the DOT1P value
- range: [0...7]

optional parameter
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18.6 QoS Queue Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a QoS queue profile. A queue profile or buffer acceptance control
(BAC) profile contains configuration information on data plane queues. BAC profiles can be used on the L3 line
cards.
Minimum and Maximum Threshold value for queues are given in packets.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no queue (name) ) | ( queue (name) (bac-complex-type) [ no unit | unit <Qos::Units> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.6-1 "QoS Queue Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.6-2 "QoS Queue Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

(bac-complex-type)

Format:
mandatory parameter
( tail-drop : <Qos::MaxThreshold>
buffer
acceptance
| red : <Qos::MinThreshold> : <Qos::MaxThreshold> : algorithm
<Qos::DiscardProbability>
|
twocolour-taildrop
:
<Qos::MaxThreshold>
:
<Qos::MaxThresholdYellow>
|
twocolourred
:
<Qos::MinThreshold>
:
<Qos::MaxThreshold> : <Qos::DiscardProbability> :
<Qos::MinThresholdYellow>
:
<Qos::MaxThresholdYellow> : <Qos::DiscardProbYellow>
|
gpon-tail-drop
:
<Qos::MinThreshold>
:
<Qos::MaxThreshold>
|
threecolour-taildrop
:
<Qos::MaxThreshold>
:
<Qos::MaxThresholdYellow> : <Qos::MaxThresholdRed>
|
threecolour-red
:
<Qos::MinThreshold>
:
<Qos::MaxThreshold> : <Qos::DiscardProbability> :
<Qos::MinThresholdYellow>
:
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Type

Description

: <Qos::MinThresholdRed> : <Qos::MaxThresholdRed> :
<Qos::DiscardProbRed>
|
gpon-threecolour-red
:
<Qos::MinThreshold>
:
<Qos::MaxThreshold> : <Qos::DiscardProbability> :
<Qos::MinThresholdYellow>
:
<Qos::MaxThresholdYellow> : <Qos::DiscardProbYellow>
: <Qos::MinThresholdRed> : <Qos::MaxThresholdRed> :
<Qos::DiscardProbRed>
:
<Qos::MinQueueSize>
:
<Qos::MaxQueueSize> )
Possible values:
- tail-drop : tail drop algorithm
- red : random early detection algorithm
- twocolour-taildrop : colour-aware tail drop algorithm
- twocolourred : colour-aware random early detection
algorithm
- gpon-tail-drop : gpon tail drop algorithm
- threecolour-taildrop : three colour aware tail drop
algorithm
- threecolour-red : three colour aware random early
detection algorithm
- gpon-threecolour-red : three colour aware random early
detection algorithm with min and max queue sizes
Field type <Qos::MinThreshold>
- min threshold for green frames: if unit is
packet,range:[1..512]; if unit is byte,range is [1..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [1...1048576]
Field type <Qos::MaxThreshold>
- max threshold for green frames: if unit is
packet,range:[2..512]; if unit is byte,range is [2..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [2...1048576]
Field type <Qos::DiscardProbability>
- maximum discard probability of green frames
- unit: %
- range: [0...100]
Field type <Qos::MinThresholdYellow>
- min threshold for yellow frames: if unit is
packet,range:[1..512]; if unit is byte,range is [1..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [1...1048576]
Field type <Qos::MaxThresholdYellow>
- max threshold for yellow frames: if unit is
packet,range:[1..512]; if unit is byte,range is [1..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [2...1048576]
Field type <Qos::DiscardProbYellow>
- maximum discard probability of yellow frames
- unit: %
- range: [0...100]
Field type <Qos::MinThresholdRed>
- min threshold for red frames: if unit is
packet,range:[1..512]; if unit is byte,range is [1..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [1...1048576]
Field type <Qos::MaxThresholdRed>
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Type

[no] unit

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Description

packet,range:[1..512]; if unit is byte,range is [1..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [2...1048576]
Field type <Qos::DiscardProbRed>
- maximum discard probability of red frames
- unit: %
- range: [0...100]
Field type <Qos::MinQueueSize>
- minimum gauranteed queue size : if unit is
packet,range:[1..512]; if unit is byte,range is [1..786432] for
non gpon bactypes, for gpon bactypes,
- range: [1...1048576]
Field type <Qos::MaxQueueSize>
- maximum queue size: if unit is packet,range:[2..512]; if
unit is byte,range is [2..786432] for non gpon bactypes, for
gpon bactypes,
- range: [2...1048576]
Parameter type: <Qos::Units>
optional parameter with default
Format:
value: "packet"
( packet
identify the threshold unit type
| byte )
Possible values:
- packet : the unit of discard threshold is packet
- byte : the unit of discard threshold is byte

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18.7 QoS Scheduler Node Profile Configuration
Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a QoS scheduler node profile. The scheduler node profiles contain
configuration settings for the data plane schedulers. These scheduler node profiles are applicable to downstream
schedulers on the L3 line cards. The scheduler node settings on the service hub can be modified separately.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no scheduler-node (name) ) | ( scheduler-node (name) priority <Qos::QosPriority> weight
<Qos::QosWeight> shaper-profile <Qos::QosShaperProfileName> [ no mcast-inc-shape | mcast-inc-shape
<Qos::QosMulticastInclShaping> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.7-1 "QoS Scheduler Node Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.7-2 "QoS Scheduler Node Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

priority

Parameter type: <Qos::QosPriority>
Format:
- relative priority
- range: [1...8]
Parameter type: <Qos::QosWeight>
Format:
- relative weight
- range: [0...127]
Parameter type: <Qos::QosShaperProfileName>
Format:
( none
| name : <Qos::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- none : no profile name to associated
- name : enter profile name to be associated

mandatory parameter
relative
priority
of
scheduler-node

the

mandatory parameter
relative
weight
of
scheduler-node

the

weight

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Parameter

[no] mcast-inc-shape

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Type

Description

Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.
Parameter type: <Qos::QosMulticastInclShaping>
Format:
( mcast-shap-on
| no-mcast-shap )
Possible values:
- mcast-shap-on : Downstream shaping includes Mcast
- no-mcast-shap : Downstream shaping doesnot include
Mcast

optional parameter with default
value: "false"
indicates whether downstream
shaping includes Mcast

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18.8 QoS CAC Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a connection admission control (CAC) profile. CAC profiles are
used primarily for multicast video admission control. CAC profiles can be attached to subscriber interfaces. The
scope of a CAC profile is a DSL link (and not a PVC), regardless of the number of PVCs on a DSL link.
The system derives the line rate from the physical interfaces and calculates an estimate of the available Ethernet
bandwidth using configurable overhead factors. The line rate taken into account may be the guaranteed sync rate
or the actual line rate in case of DSL, based on a global configuration setting.
From this bandwidth, a part can be reserved for voice and data applications and the remaining part will be kept by
the system as the available bandwidth for multicast video. Only preconfigured multicast streams are considered for
CAC. Note that unicast video (regardless of whether it is premium content or generic Internet streaming video) is
ignored by the CAC function.
The maximum bandwidth that video will occupy can be further confined using the maximum multicast bandwidth
'max-mcast-bandwidth' parameter.
CAC profiles are applicable to line cards, but not to SHub/IHub interfaces.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no cac (name) ) | ( cac (name) res-voice-bandwidth <Qos::BandWidthKBPS>
max-mcast-bandwidth <Qos::BandWidthKBPS> res-data-bandwidth <Qos::BandWidthKBPS> [ no cac-type |
cac-type <Qos::QosCacType> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.8-1 "QoS CAC Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.8-2 "QoS CAC Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

res-voice-bandwidth

Parameter type: <Qos::BandWidthKBPS>
Format:
- interface bandwidth
- unit: kbps
- range: [0...2147483647]
Parameter type: <Qos::BandWidthKBPS>

mandatory parameter
reserved bandwidth for the voice
services

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Parameter

res-data-bandwidth

[no] cac-type

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Type

Description

Format:
- interface bandwidth
- unit: kbps
- range: [0...2147483647]
Parameter type: <Qos::BandWidthKBPS>
Format:
- interface bandwidth
- unit: kbps
- range: [0...2147483647]
Parameter type: <Qos::QosCacType>
Format:
( dsl-cac
| pon-cac )
Possible values:
- dsl-cac : cac profile for dsl links
- pon-cac : cac profile for pon interfaces

maximum allowed bandwidth for
multicast and unicast video
service
mandatory parameter
reserved bandwidth for all data
services
optional parameter with default
value: "dsl-cac"
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18.9 QoS Single Dot1P Marker Configuration
Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for singleDot1P.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no d1p (name) ) | ( d1p (name) default-dot1p <Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio> )

Command Parameters
Table 18.9-1 "QoS Single Dot1P Marker Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.9-2 "QoS Single Dot1P Marker Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

default-dot1p

Parameter type: <Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio>
Format:
- the dot-1p bit value
- range: [0...7]

mandatory parameter
the default dot-1p bit value to be
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18.10 QoS Single DSCP Marker Configuration
Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for a single DSCP.
All IP packets will be marked with the specified DSCP value. This marker type is incompatible with DSCP to P-bits
alignment.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no dscp (name)
<Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex> [ [ no ] alignment ] )

)

|

(

dscp

(name)

default-dscp

Command Parameters
Table 18.10-1 "QoS Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.10-2 "QoS Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

default-dscp

Parameter type: <Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex>
Format:
- the DSCP value
- range: [0...63]
Parameter type: boolean

mandatory parameter
the default DSCP value to be
applied on all frames

[no] alignment

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optional parameter
enable DSCP to P-bits alignment

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18.11 QoS DSCP Contract Table Marker
Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for a DSCP contract table. To configure the DSCP
codepoints in the contract table, the command "configure qos profiles marker dscp-contract (name) codepoint
(codepoint)" is to be used.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no dscp-contract (name) ) | ( dscp-contract (name) [ [ no ] alignment ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.11-1 "QoS DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.11-2 "QoS DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command" Command
Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] alignment

Parameter type: boolean

optional parameter
enable DSCP to P-bits alignment

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18.12 QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point
Configuration Command For DSCP-contract
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure codepoints in the DSCP contract table. To configure a marker, use
the command "configure qos profiles marker dscp-contract (name)".

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker dscp-contract (name) codepoint (codepoint) [ no dscp-value | dscp-value
<Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex> ]

Command Parameters
Table 18.12-1 "QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For
DSCP-contract" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32
Format:
- the number of the DSCP codepoint
- range: [0...63]

A unique profile name

(codepoint)

the value of the codepoint

Table 18.12-2 "QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For
DSCP-contract" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] dscp-value

Parameter type: <Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex>
Format:
- the DSCP value
- range: [0...63]

optional parameter with default
value: 0L
the dscp value to be assigned to
the codepoint

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18.13 QoS Dot1P and DSCP Contract Table Marker
Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for Dot1P and a DSCP contract table. To configure the
DSCP codepoints in the contract table, the command "configure qos profiles marker d1p-dscp-contract (name)
codepoint (codepoint)" is to be used.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no d1p-dscp-contract (name) ) | ( d1p-dscp-contract (name) dot1p-value
<Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio> [ [ no ] alignment ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.13-1 "QoS Dot1P and DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command" Resource
Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.13-2 "QoS Dot1P and DSCP Contract Table Marker Configuration Command" Command
Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

dot1p-value

Parameter type: <Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio>
Format:
- the dot-1p bit value
- range: [0...7]
Parameter type: boolean

mandatory parameter
the default dot-1p bit value to be
applied on all frames

[no] alignment

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obsolete parameter that will be
ignored
enable DSCP to P-bits alignment

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18.14 DSCP Contract Table Codepoint
Configuration Command For D1p-dscp-contract
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure codepoints for a DSCP contract table. To configure a Dot1P and
DSCP contract table , use the command "configure qos profiles marker d1p-dscp-contract (name)".

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker d1p-dscp-contract (name) codepoint (codepoint) [ no dscp-value | dscp-value
<Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex> ]

Command Parameters
Table 18.14-1 "DSCP Contract Table Codepoint Configuration Command For D1p-dscp-contract"
Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32
Format:
- the number of the DSCP codepoint
- range: [0...63]

A unique profile name

(codepoint)

the number of the codepoint

Table 18.14-2 "DSCP Contract Table Codepoint Configuration Command For D1p-dscp-contract"
Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] dscp-value

Parameter type: <Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex>
Format:
- the DSCP value
- range: [0...63]

optional parameter with default
value: 0L
the dscp value to be assigned to
the codepoint

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18.15 QoS Dot1P and Single DSCP Marker
Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for Dot1P and single DSCP.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no d1p-dscp (name) ) | ( d1p-dscp
<Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex> default-dot1p <Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio> )

(name)

default-dscp

Command Parameters
Table 18.15-1 "QoS Dot1P and Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command" Resource
Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.15-2 "QoS Dot1P and Single DSCP Marker Configuration Command" Command
Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

default-dscp

Parameter type: <Qos::DscpToDot1PAlignmentDscpIndex>
Format:
- the DSCP value
- range: [0...63]
Parameter type: <Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio>
Format:
- the dot-1p bit value
- range: [0...7]

mandatory parameter
the default DSCP value to be
applied on all frames

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the default dot-1p bit value to be
applied on all frames

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18.16 QoS Dot1P Alignment Marker Configuration
Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for Dot1P alignment.
Default value for the global DSCP To Dot1P Alignment Table
DSCP Value

P-bit Value

0-7

0

8-15

1

16-23

2

24-31

3

32-39

4

40-47

5

48-55

6

56-63

7

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no d1p-alignment (name) ) | ( d1p-alignment (name) (alignment) )

Command Parameters
Table 18.16-1 "QoS Dot1P Alignment Marker Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.16-2 "QoS Dot1P Alignment Marker Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

(alignment)

Format:
enable

mandatory parameter
enable dot1p alignment

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Type

Description

Possible values:
- enable : enable dot1p alignment

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18.17 QoS Dot1P Remark Table Marker
Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a marker for a Dot1P Remark table. To configure the Dot1P
Remark value in remark table, the command "configure qos profiles marker dot1p-remark (name) dot1p-value
(val) remark-value (val)" is to be used.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker ( no dot1p-remark (name) ) | ( dot1p-remark (name) )

Command Parameters
Table 18.17-1 "QoS Dot1P Remark Table Marker Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

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18.18 QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point
Configuration Command For DSCP-contract
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure codepoints in the DSCP contract table. To configure a marker, use
the command "configure qos profiles marker dscp-contract (name)".

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles marker dot1p-remark (name) dot1p-value (dot1p-value) [ no remark-value | remark-value
<Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio> ]

Command Parameters
Table 18.18-1 "QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For
DSCP-contract" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32
Format:
- the dot-1p bit value
- range: [0...7]

A unique profile name

(dot1p-value)

the dot1p value

Table 18.18-2 "QoS DSCP Contract Table Code-point Configuration Command For
DSCP-contract" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] remark-value

Parameter type: <Qos::ExtVlanSysPrio>
Format:
- the dot-1p bit value
- range: [0...7]

optional parameter with default
value: 0L
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18.19 QoS Policer Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a QoS policer profile. A QoS policer profile contains all settings
related to a policer. The ISAM supports single token bucket policers, where the action upon conformance is either
pass or discard.
The L3 line cards units support both upstream and downstream policing. A policer profile can be used within a
QoS session profile for upstream and downstream policing.
The L2 line cards units do not support policing.
The SHub/IHub supports ingress policing, but it does not use policer profiles. See the section about the QoS
Ingress Policing Configuration Command to set up ingress policing on the SHub/IHub.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no policer (name) ) | ( policer (name) committed-info-rate <Qos::CommittedInfoRate>
committed-burst-size <Qos::CommittedBurstSize> [ no policer-type | policer-type <Qos::PolicerType> ] [ no
excess-info-rate | excess-info-rate <Qos::ExcessInfoRate > ] [ no excess-burst-size | excess-burst-size
<Qos::ExcessBurstSize> ] [ no coupling-flag | coupling-flag <Qos::CouplingFlag> ] [ no color-mode | color-mode
<Qos::ColorMode> ] [ no green-action | green-action <Qos::GreenAction> ] [ no yellow-action | yellow-action
<Qos::YellowAction> ] [ no red-action | red-action <Qos::RedAction> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.19-1 "QoS Policer Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.19-2 "QoS Policer Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

committed-info-rate

Parameter type: <Qos::CommittedInfoRate>
Format:
- information rate
- unit: kbps
- range: [0...2147483647]
Parameter type: <Qos::CommittedBurstSize>
Format:
- committed burst size of a policer

mandatory parameter
committed information rate of a
policer

committed-burst-size

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committed burst size of a policer

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Parameter
[no] policer-type

[no] excess-info-rate

[no] excess-burst-size

[no] coupling-flag

[no] color-mode

[no] green-action

[no] yellow-action

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Description

- unit: bytes
- range: [64...262144]
Parameter type: <Qos::PolicerType>
Format:
( single-token-bucket
| trtcm )
Possible values:
- single-token-bucket : single token bucket
- trtcm : trtcm Policer
Parameter type: <Qos::ExcessInfoRate >
Format:
- information rate
- unit: kbps
- range: [0...2147483647]
Parameter type: <Qos::ExcessBurstSize>
Format:
- excess burst size of a policer
- unit: bytes
- range: [64...262144]
Parameter type: <Qos::CouplingFlag>
Format:
( enable
| disable )
Possible values:
- enable : enable
- disable : disable
Parameter type: <Qos::ColorMode>
Format:
( color-blind
| color-aware )
Possible values:
- color-blind : color blind mode
- color-aware : color aware mode
Parameter type: <Qos::GreenAction>
Format:
( pass
| discard
| remark : <Aaa::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- pass : pass
- discard : discard
- remark : remark
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.
Parameter type: <Qos::YellowAction>
Format:
( pass
| discard
| remark : <Aaa::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- pass : pass
- discard : discard
- remark : remark
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration

optional parameter with default
value: "single-token-bucket"
The parameter is not visible
during modification.
the policer type
optional parameter with default
value: 0
excess information rate of a
policer for trtcm
optional parameter with default
value: 64
excess burst size of a policer for
trtcm
optional parameter with default
value: "disable"
the coupling flag of a policer for
trtcm

optional parameter with default
value: "color-blind"
the color mode of a policer for
trtcm

optional parameter with default
value: "pass"
action for green packet of a
policer for trtcm

optional parameter with default
value: "pass"
action for yellow packet of a
policer for trtcm

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Parameter

Type

[no] red-action

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Description

and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.
Parameter type: <Qos::RedAction>
Format:
( pass
| discard
| remark : <Aaa::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- pass : pass
- discard : discard
- remark : remark
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.

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value: "discard"
action for red packet of a policer
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18.20 QoS L2 Filter Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure an L2 filter. The created L2 filter can be reused to build policy
actions based on L2 filtering criteria, inside QoS session profiles.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no l2-filter (name) ) | ( l2-filter (name) [ no dst-mac-addr | dst-mac-addr
<Qos::MacAddrAndMask> ] [ no src-mac-addr | src-mac-addr <Qos::MacAddrAndMask> ] [ no ethertype |
ethertype <Qos::FilterEthernetType> ] [ no dot1p-priority | dot1p-priority <Qos::MatchDot1pValue> ] [ no
canonical-format | canonical-format <Qos::FilterCfi> ] [ no vlan-id | vlan-id <Qos::FilterVlanId> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.20-1 "QoS L2 Filter Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.20-2 "QoS L2 Filter Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] dst-mac-addr

Parameter type: <Qos::MacAddrAndMask>
Format:
<Qos::MacAddress> / <Qos::MacPrefixLength>
Field type <Qos::MacAddress>
- a mac-address (example : 01:02:03:04:05:06)
- length: 6
Field type <Qos::MacPrefixLength>
- the mac address prefix length
- range: [0...48]
Parameter type: <Qos::MacAddrAndMask>
Format:
<Qos::MacAddress> / <Qos::MacPrefixLength>
Field type <Qos::MacAddress>
- a mac-address (example : 01:02:03:04:05:06)
- length: 6
Field type <Qos::MacPrefixLength>
- the mac address prefix length
- range: [0...48]

optional parameter with default
value: "00 : 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 :
00/0"
destination mac address to be
matched with the packet

[no] src-mac-addr

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00/0"
source mac address to be
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Parameter

Type

Description

[no] ethertype

Parameter type: <Qos::FilterEthernetType>
Format:
( ip
| x75
| nbs
| ecma
| chaos
| x25
| arp
| rarp
| appletalk
| snmp
| loopback
| pppoe-discovery
| pppoe
| ipv6
| all
| <Qos::EtherType> )
Possible values:
- ip : ip
- x75 : x75
- nbs : nbs
- ecma : ecma
- chaos : chaos
- x25 : x25
- arp : arp
- rarp : rarp
- appletalk : appletalk
- snmp : snmp
- loopback : loopback
- pppoe-discovery : pppoe-discovery
- pppoe : pppoe
- ipv6 : ipv6
- all : all ethtype values are considered a match
Field type <Qos::EtherType>
- ethertype value
- range: [-1...65535]
Parameter type: <Qos::MatchDot1pValue>
Format:
- dot1p value to be matched, -1 means match all
- range: [-1...7]
Parameter type: <Qos::FilterCfi>
Format:
- canonical format indicator, -1 means match all
- range: [-1...1]
Parameter type: <Qos::FilterVlanId>
Format:
- vlan id to be matched, -1 means match all
- range: [-1...4095]

optional parameter with default
value: "all"
ethernet type to be matched with
the packet

[no] dot1p-priority

[no] canonical-format

[no] vlan-id

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optional parameter with default
value: -1L
dot1p value to be matched, -1
means match all
optional parameter with default
value: -1L
canonical format indicator, -1
means match all
optional parameter with default
value: -1L
vlan id to be matched, -1 means
match all

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18.21 QoS L3 Filter Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure an L3 filter. The created L3 filter can be reused to build policy
actions based on L3 filtering criteria, inside QoS session profiles.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no l3-filter (name) ) | ( l3-filter (name) [ no dst-ip-addr | dst-ip-addr
<Ip::AddressAndMaskFull> ] [ no src-ip-addr | src-ip-addr <Ip::AddressAndMaskFull> ] [ no min-dst-port |
min-dst-port <Qos::L4PortNumber> ] [ no max-dst-port | max-dst-port <Qos::L4PortNumber> ] [ no min-src-port |
min-src-port <Qos::L4PortNumber> ] [ no max-src-port | max-src-port <Qos::L4PortNumber> ] [ no dscp-value |
dscp-value <Qos::MatchDscpValue> ] [ no protocol | protocol <Qos::Protocol> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.21-1 "QoS L3 Filter Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.21-2 "QoS L3 Filter Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] dst-ip-addr

Parameter type: <Ip::AddressAndMaskFull>
Format:
<Ip::V4Address> / <Ip::PrefixLengthFull>
Field type <Ip::V4Address>
- IPv4-address
Field type <Ip::PrefixLengthFull>
- IP address prefix length
- range: [0...32]
Parameter type: <Ip::AddressAndMaskFull>
Format:
<Ip::V4Address> / <Ip::PrefixLengthFull>
Field type <Ip::V4Address>
- IPv4-address
Field type <Ip::PrefixLengthFull>
- IP address prefix length
- range: [0...32]
Parameter type: <Qos::L4PortNumber>

optional parameter with default
value: "0.0.0.0/0"
destination ip address to be
matched with the packet

[no] src-ip-addr

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optional parameter with default
value: "0.0.0.0/0"
source ip address to be matched
with the packet

optional parameter with default

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[no] max-dst-port

[no] min-src-port

[no] max-src-port

[no] dscp-value

[no] protocol

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Type

Description

Format:
- the layer-4 port number
- range: [0...65535]
Parameter type: <Qos::L4PortNumber>
Format:
- the layer-4 port number
- range: [0...65535]
Parameter type: <Qos::L4PortNumber>
Format:
- the layer-4 port number
- range: [0...65535]
Parameter type: <Qos::L4PortNumber>
Format:
- the layer-4 port number
- range: [0...65535]
Parameter type: <Qos::MatchDscpValue>
Format:
- dscp value to be matched, -1 means match all
- range: [-1...63]
Parameter type: <Qos::Protocol>
Format:
( icmp
| igmp
| ip
| tcp
| egp
| igrp
| udp
| rsvp
| gre
| eigrp
| ipinip
| all
| <Qos::ProtocolType> )
Possible values:
- icmp : icmp
- igmp : igmp
- ip : ip(protocol id should be 4)
- tcp : tcp
- egp : egp
- igrp : igrp
- udp : udp
- rsvp : rsvp
- gre : gre
- eigrp : eigrp
- ipinip : ipinip(protocol id should be 94)
- all : all are considered as match
Field type <Qos::ProtocolType>
- ip protocol value
- range: [0...255]

value: 0L
minimum value of the layer-4
destination port number
optional parameter with default
value: 65535L
maximum value of the layer-4
destination port number
optional parameter with default
value: 0L
minimum value of the layer-4
source port number
optional parameter with default
value: 65535L
maximum value of the layer-4
source port number
optional parameter with default
value: -1L
dscp value to be matched, -1
means match all
optional parameter with default
value: "all"
protocol to be matched with the
packet

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18.22 QoS Policy Action Profile Configuration
Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a QoS policy action profile. A QoS policy action contains: discard
packet, set a DSCP value, set a Dot1P value, policing with a policer, policer sharing attribute.
Dot1P and DSCP values are set to frames matched by the filter associated with this policy action.
The forwarding action for the frames matched by the filter can be discard or pass. The default forwarding action is
pass. When the forwarding action is discard, the other policy actions in this entry will not be checked; the frame
will be discarded immediately.
Policy sharing causes multiple QoS subflow with the same policy action profile to share their policer instance, in
case they are set up within the same session profile in the same direction.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no policy-action (name) ) | ( policy-action (name) [ no dscp-value | dscp-value
<Qos::SetDscpValue> ] [ no dot1p-value | dot1p-value <Qos::SetDot1pValue> ] [ [ no ] discard-packet ] [ [ no ]
shared-policer ] [ no policer-profile | policer-profile <Qos::QosPolicerProfileName> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.22-1 "QoS Policy Action Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.22-2 "QoS Policy Action Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

[no] dscp-value

Parameter type: <Qos::SetDscpValue>
Format:
- dscp value set in a matched packet, -1 means no change
- range: [-1...63]
Parameter type: <Qos::SetDot1pValue>
Format:
- dot1p value set in a matched packet, -1 means no change
- range: [-1...7]

optional parameter with default
value: -1L
dscp value set in a matched
packet, -1 means no change
optional parameter with default
value: -1L
dot1p value set in a matched
packet, -1 means no change

[no] dot1p-value

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Parameter

Type

Description

[no] discard-packet

Parameter type: boolean

[no] shared-policer

Parameter type: boolean

[no] policer-profile

Parameter type: <Qos::QosPolicerProfileName>
Format:
( none
| name : <Qos::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- none : no profile name to associate
- name : enter profile name to be associated
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.

optional parameter
discard the packet matching the
policy
optional parameter
enable the sharing policer
instances among subflows
optional parameter with default
value: "none"
policer used to the packet
matching the policy

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18.23 QoS Policy Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This command allows the operator to configure a QoS policy profile. A policy rule groups together a policy
condition (filter) with a set of associated actions. A policy rule contains:
• Filter type (L2 filter or L3 filter)
• L2 or L3 filter
• Precedence of this policy rule
• Policy action

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no policy (name) ) | ( policy (name) filter <Qos::PolicyFilter> [ no precedence |
precedence <Qos::PolicyPrecedence> ] [ no policy-action | policy-action <Qos::QosPolicyActionProfileName> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.23-1 "QoS Policy Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.23-2 "QoS Policy Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

filter

Parameter type: <Qos::PolicyFilter>
mandatory parameter
Format:
the filter for the policy rule
( l2-name : <Qos::IgnoredQosProfileName>
| l3-name : <Qos::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- l2-name : refer to a l2 filter
- l3-name : refer to a l3 filter
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.

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Parameter

Type

Description

[no] precedence

Parameter type: <Qos::PolicyPrecedence>
Format:
- the precedence value of the policy rule
- range: [0...255]
Parameter type: <Qos::QosPolicyActionProfileName>
Format:
( none
| name : <Qos::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- none : no profile name to associate
- name : enter profile name to be associated
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.

optional parameter with default
value: 10L
precedence value of the policy
rule
optional parameter with default
value: "none"
policy action profile applicable
for the policy

[no] policy-action

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18.24 QoS Session Profile Configuration Command
Command Description
This commmand allows the operator to configure the QoS session profile. The QoS session profile is the main
building block for conveying user traffic contractual rights and treatment. The QoS session profile is a
"macro"-profile, which consists of individual settings as well as references to smaller profiles.
A QoS session profile is composed of
• a logical flow type,
• a marker profile,
• two policer profiles for up and downstream policing,
• two lists for upstream and downstream policy conditions and actions.
The logical flow type is a legacy parameter which is ignored. Any value is interpreted as "Generic", that is, the
QoS session profile can be attached to any interface. If the QoS session profile contains settings that are not
supported on the interface, then these are silently ignored by the system.

User Level
The command can be accessed by operators with qos privileges, and executed by operators with qos privileges.

Command Syntax
The command has the following syntax:
> configure qos profiles ( no session (name) ) | ( session (name) logical-flow-type <Qos::LogicalFlowType> [ no
up-policer | up-policer <Qos::QosPolicerProfileName> ] [ no down-policer | down-policer
<Qos::QosPolicerProfileName> ] [ no up-marker | up-marker <Qos::QosMarkerProfileName> ] )

Command Parameters
Table 18.24-1 "QoS Session Profile Configuration Command" Resource Parameters
Resource Identifier

Type

Description

(name)

Format:
- a profile name
- range: [a-zA-Z0-9-_.]
- length: 1<=x<=32

A unique profile name

Table 18.24-2 "QoS Session Profile Configuration Command" Command Parameters
Parameter

Type

Description

logical-flow-type

Parameter type: <Qos::LogicalFlowType>
Format:
( generic
| pvc
| dot-1x-session
| pvc-vlan-combination
| ppp-session
| ip-session

mandatory parameter
a traffic stream up on which
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Parameter

Type

[no] up-policer

[no] down-policer

[no] up-marker

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| ipoe-vlan-cc
| pppoe-vlan-cc
| ipoa-cc
| pppoa-cc
| ipoe-ibridge
| pppoe-ibridge
| pppoa-relay
| pppoe-relay
| ipoe-ip-aware-bridge
| ipoa-ip-aware-bridge
| ipoa )
Possible values:
- generic : any defined logical flow
- pvc : all frames on a pvc
- dot-1x-session : frames on a pvc except ppp frames
- pvc-vlan-combination : frames on dot-1D port with the
same vlan-id
- ppp-session : all frames on a ppp session
- ip-session : all frames in an IP session or interface
- ipoe-vlan-cc : all ipoe frames in a vlan cc interface
- pppoe-vlan-cc : all pppoe frames in a vlan cc interface
- ipoa-cc : all ipoa frames in a ipoa cc interface(replaced by
ipoa)
- pppoa-cc : all pppoa frames in a pppoa cc interface
- ipoe-ibridge : all ipoe frames in i-bridge interface
- pppoe-ibridge : all pppoe frames in i-bridge interface
- pppoa-relay : pppoa frames in pppoa relay interface
- pppoe-relay : all pppoe frames in pppoe relay
- ipoe-ip-aware-bridge : ipoe frames in ip aware bridge
interface
- ipoa-ip-aware-bridge : all ipoa frames in ip aware bridge
interface(replaced by ipoa)
- ipoa : all ipoa frames in a ipoa interface
Parameter type: <Qos::QosPolicerProfileName>
Format:
( none
| name : <Qos::IgnoredQosProfileName> )
Possible values:
- none : no profile name to associate
- name : enter profile name to be associated
Data driven field type
Possible values are depending on the actual configuration
and software.
The currently allowed values can be shown with online-help.
Parameter type: <Qos::QosPolicerProfileName>
Format:
( none
| name : <Qo